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

FOUNDRY ASSOCIATION. '.Moulders v. Boiler Yard, Church aeam v. Fitters. Church team :—R. Millott, A. Stein er, J.- Rolston. \Y. Wham, F\ Pritchard, E. Sexton. R. Port wine, IP. Williams, W. Schwab, J. Gariside, A. Andrews,. V.". Smith, J. -Bird, A. Benson, A. Scar borough, G. Dami.

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THE NEW GOVERNOR OF VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

THE NEW GOVERNOR OF VICTORIA « i m ' riF n Tlio Hon. Arthur Lyulph Stanley has been appointed Governor of Vic toria, in succession to Sir John Fuller, who has betm compelled by reasons of health to resign. Mr A, Lyulph Stanley is the eldest son of the fourth Baron of Sheffield, and was born in 1S75. He was educated at Harrow and Oxford, and was called to the Bar at the Inner Temple in 1902. . Ho was Liberal .M.P. for the Eddis bury Division of Cheshire from 1906 !), and acted as Parliamentary secre tary to Mr Sydney Buxton when he was Postmaster 'General. He was de feated at Edd'isbury in the . general election of 1910. Mr 'Stanley took part, as a yeoman, in the Sauth Af rican War. 'In 1905 he married Miss .Margaret 'Evans-Gordon, daughter of ■Mr II. Evans-Gordon. They have two daughters and true son.

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DAYLESFORD HOSPITAL CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

DAYLESFORD HOSPITAL CARNIVAL j •»- i Attention is directed to an advertise ment regarding the Daylesford Hos pital Carnival 011 Foundation Day (Ja nuary 26th), which will celebrate the jubilee of the institution, A most at tractive programme lias beeu arrang ed, including a monster procession, for which exceptionally good prizes are offered. The Victorian Police Baud, and the Daylesford Band will assist. The sports 'programme 'is a very fine 'one, providing for lvorse, bicycle, foot racing, and 'firemen's events. Other at tractions ;will include a huge .bazaar, art unions for horse, harness and rub ber tyred jinker. Entries for the principal events close 011 Monday.

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(ALL BIGHTS RESERVED.) The Croxford Millions CHAPTER XXXVII. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

i ■ ■' .......... I (ALL BIGHTS BESEBTED.) The Croxford Millions BY E. CA.VEKOS XOBBISO& Author of "The Strange Case ot Mr. F enwick," "The Mail with the Withered Face, etc., etc. CHAPTER XXXVII. Turning away, Stanwell strode into tlic hut, and Redgrave followed him. A glance showed the detective that the place was empty, and still followed by his companion, he passed through the tunnel into the cave. Here his efforts were equally fruitless, for the cave contained no living ihing. After a little, when Stan-well's eyes became accustomed to the green phos phorescent light., he detected the hat which Croxford had been wearing cir cling in the whirlpool now almost in the vortex. "It's his hat." said the detective. "Yes," answered Redgrave, "he must either have fallen or jumped into the water. My uuclc was apparently not responsiblo for his actions." ■Stainwell was silent, for he was thinking of Paxton and his power over Croxford, and what influence it had had in tho tragic end o...

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THE Mount Alexander Mail FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

THE P«mt pail FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. The remains ol the late Mr John Do.wer were interred iu tlie New stead ! Cemetery yesterday after noon. The cortege was a lengthy one, and members of tlie Shire Council acted as pall-bearers. The Rev. air Matthews conducted ,the burial service, and iMr J. Kinross had charge of the mortuary ar rangements. At the meeting of the Newstead Council yesterday a re solution expressing the Council's sympathy with Mrs Dower and fam ily was passed at the instance of the President. Crs. Clark and! Smith, in supporting the motion, referred to the deceased gentleman as a man of sterling (qualities. At the monthly meeting of the Asylum Committee yesterday after noon, Mr T. F. Iteicl (President of the Four C's) reported that his club; would be able to pay back borrowed money after next meet ing. .Mr Reid was enthusiastic about the possibilities of the Gar-! dens from a money-making, point of! view. He said the club would sim ply have to become o...

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

CHAPTER XXXVIII. By the time the "Wasp" reached Brisbane Miss Devereux was prostrate with a severe illness. Stanwell had her removed ai once to the hotel "where fhey had formelv put up. and called in the best medical advice the town afforded. Careful nursing and complete rest were prescribed, and thus, the detec 'ive, who otherwise would have im mediately sailed for England, was -ompelled to remain in Brisbane and 1 wait her recovery. Redgrave said nothing to Stanwell -ogarding his future movements, bur ■"hiding on his arrival at Brisbane that ■i mail steamer sailed for England the following morning, quickly decided 011 his course of action. Having book ed his passage, he had his luggage conveyed on board, where lie re mained in his cabin uutil the vessel sailed. His fear of Doughton preven ted him showing himself in Brisbane, for he knew that with his aid the vnarge of having murdered Norris would-be brought against him. He, however, escaped all unpleasant re minders of his crime, ...

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

AMUSEMENTS, ETC. To-night AT THE Royal Picture Hall AND EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND SATURDAY. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. FROM MAXGER TO CROSS. (Orchestra.) Dress Circle, 1/ ; Body of Hall, 6d. Children under 12* half-price. ■' —■ — I. I ■ I aimwi —M— COMmG TO THE ROYAL HALL TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. "FROM MANGER TO CROSS." Orchestra; piano and organ accomp animent. MONDAY, 12tli inst. "LIFE IN IRELAND." Great scenic and instructional film, 7000ft in length. Prices :—Dress Circle, 1/; body of hall, 6d. Castlemaine Technical School NO. 20, Students enrolled for the fourth term FOR ART & SCIENCE SUBJECTS. Intending students are advised to take course subjects, in preference to single subjects, including :— Surveying, Engineering, Mining Assaying, Metallurgical, Chemists', Architects, And General Draughting. All particulars obtained from C. W.- Steiner, the principal, or by letter addressed to— GEO. CHASTER, Registrar. Sandhurst and Northern Dis trict Trustees, Executors & Agency Co...

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

This we can confidently claim. Not that we know exactly your taste, but because, after the most careful of expert blend ing and preparation we have been successful in securing a Smoothness, a Delicious and Delicate Flavor, and an Appeti sing Relish, equal to, if < not surpassing that contained in any sauce made in the Common* wealth. And this is testified to by the public in the #normous and oror-increasing dczaand for Leggo'a of Bendigo "Progress" Tomato Sauce. Say to YOUR Grocer This Week "1 must have Leggo'a "Progrm* Tomato Sauce. No OTHER will do." tto&dis frra sut SUraUiprt. H. M. Leggo & Co. Manufacturer?, Ben&ga ESTABLISHED 1891 1 CASTLEMAIXE COLLEGE OF MUSIC, sixgixu. elocutiox, etc. DOYETOX STREET, CASTLEMAIXE. principal— Mr Robert George Prize Winner in Singing. Elocution. Champion Debating, Orations, Story ^ Writing, etc.. etc. C Ail Musical lustru-oieuts taught by ?. visiting teachers. f. Pnpils now being enrolled, and clas- »* ses form...

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BENEVOLENT ASYLUM MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

BENEVOLENT ASYLUM MO NTH LY MEBT-1XG. The monthly meeting of the Benevo lent Asylum Committee was held yes terday afternoon. Those present were Dr. Thompson (vice-president, in the cliair), Messrs. Wham, Philpots, Bayley, Reid, Van 'Heurck, Anderson and Goudy. The chairman apologised for the absence of the president (Col. Newell), who was away on holidays. CORRESPONDENCE. •From the trustees of the estate of the late Alfred Felton, forwarding half-yearly donation of £15; also sim ilar amounts from Sir William Austin Zeal fund (per Messrs. Best, Xewell, and Lawson), £7/10/, and from the Edward 'Wilson estate, £-10. There ■was also a donation of £2/(1/ from the National Sank.—These donations were acknowledged wiih thanks. The chair man mentioned that from the three es tates mentioned the 'institution was receiving a sum of £65 per annum. From the Borough Band, asking that two delegates be appointed to the con ference (held last night).—Messrs. Ireland and Tolstrup appointed. From Miss ...

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

BUSINESS NOTICES. Messrs I-Iayes and Harris an nounce their second, anniversary sum'tner sale to start to-morrow. Th-is enterprising' firm are present ing- to buyers ol 20/ worth of goods and over a nice sized dress-<basket. Everv line as advertised can be supplied, and customers can rely on •retting; reductions in all depart ments.

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

maim* hi mi "nitf ii'iw nrriT A SAFE REMEDY FOE ALL SKIN AND BLOOD DISEASES. IS t tin THE FINEST BLOOD PURIFIER EVER DISCOYEliED. It is warranted to cleanse the 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 "aimot be too highly estimated, since it cleanses and "clears the biocd fiom all impurities, and restores it to its normal condition." Thia is a good testimonial from the "Family Doctor," the popular medical week ly, which goes on further to say : —11'It is certainly the best blood purifier that science and skill have , brought to light, and we can with j the utmost confidence recommend it I to our subscribers and the public ' general...

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

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [ ] _ r i Annear, J. 0. .. ... .. 109 Bacon Factory .. .. ., .. 105 Baker, Percy .. *29 Baldwin, Wm. .. 65 Ball & Welch Pty. Ltd 65 Barlow, A., P.M. Hunter street 74 Bassett Bros., Templeton street. ... 97 Bayley, E. J .. 12 Bean, Albert B. 10 Beckingsale, G., and Sons .. .. 6 Beckingsale, Herbert .. .. Ill Benevolent Asylum 40 Best, Newell and Lawson .. ... 48 Best, F. K 99 Borland, D. M 103 Brotlierton, Mrs. J„ 88 Brown, D. 0 64 Butler, W, M. 107 Carter and Amos .. ... ... .. 30 Carter and Cowling 84 Casllemaine Butter Company .. 19 j Castlemaine Gas Co., OGlce & Works 16 j CastlemaiueWoollen Co., Ltd. .. 75 J Clark and Son S j Clydesdale Hotel- (R, O'Brien) .. 114 j Coi'iee Palace S7! Castreiiuflnu'k i'~ii o uv^.v.— . - - ' Council Club Hotel Court House Cowan, J ■ •• Crawford's Corner Hotel .. .. Crowder, A. 28 Cumberland Hotel °° Dam, W. V ^4 Dunstan, W. S. J; DuPgan. J. 2 Dann, ; Davey, E. R 04 Elphick, II. E Elvish Bros - Fislier, ^ Fitzger...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

SHIPPING £tfTEI,LIGENCS* ! — - I " | ARRIVALS. HOB SON'S R AT. Thnrnrt nv »J i Among the arrivals in Iho Bay to-day » :—Tyriai; from Portland; Wan- 2 .ciiope from King Island; Oonali from ' iDevonport; Queeuscliffo from Gipps land Lakes.

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

Summer Sale second AX XI vers ART Commences To-morrow at Hayes and Harris shop EARLY. Look Out for Your Present Ma^res sa>:ra.ciL drapers. The Fruit Season is NOW with US, AM) isottllm; will hi; in full swing for the NEXT few weeks. 1)0 YOUR JARS wam' RENEWING, or extra ones REQUIRED, IF so CARTBB. sholcl oowxoiitg Can supply all tliat is wanted in Jelly Jars, Jam Jars, -Covered Jars, Mason Jars, Spare Lids, Sparc Kings, Bottling Wax, Aluminium, Enamel led and Copper Preserving Pans. call AXD inspect our large stock. CARTER and OOWLIHO • . universal ironmongers. AUCTIONEERS' NOTICES. 1 Adams and Blakeley AUCTIONEER & ESTATE AGENTS Oldest Established Firm {20 years*, (P. W. Adams, Auctioneer and Sworn Valuator). HOTEL AND SHARE BROKERS, STOCK & FARM SALESMEN, INSURANCE. MACHINERY, and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. FARMS, ORCHARDS, HOUSES, FOR SALE & TO LET. RENT COLLECTORS. REGULAR WEEKLY AUCTION SALES OF— Fruit, Poultry, and Farm Produce. FURNITURE SALES COND...

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

HSW'ISAB. 1914 Fancy Goodsj Station ery, Xmas Presents, Post Cards, Castle maine Views, etc. K & It. Vale Have just opened up a Large Stock of Christmas Goods, embracing amongst otlicr novelties ■ Perfumcrv, Wallets, Handbags, Purses, Leather fcoods, LatKcs' Companions. AUTOGRAPH aiul POST CARD ALBUMS. 1 CHIJfAYrARE aud GLASSWARE. THE QUALITY IS THE BEST. WE \RE IS A POSITION TO OFFER OUR GOODS AT PRICES TIIAi MUST APPEAL TO THE THRIFTY. SPECIAL EFFORTS MA15E TO PLEASE T1IE CHILDREN B. and SI. VALE, E. and M. YALE, MARKET SQUARE, CASTLEMAIXE, Mamma's going ti wash me WITH Resona Soap 1 Baby's chief charm lies in his soft and lovely skin. To acquire that purity and delicacy of skin health use Rexona Skin and Facial Soap. Washing with Rexona Soap first takes away all impurity and dirt, then softens the skin cells and nets as a tonic upon the cuticle, so that the elasticity is strengthened, and the result gives the soft bloom of health that wc sco.in early youth. Nothing so pro...

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

HOW TO NEUTRALISE' DANGEROUS STOAIACIl ACIDS. Few people besides physicians re alise the importance of keeping the food contents of the stomach free from acid fermentation, Ilealthy noruial digestion cannot take place while the delicate linin.sr of the stomach is beino- distended and -in named by acid and wind—the re sults of fermen-tin? food in the stomach. To secure perfect diges tion fermentation must be stopped or prevented, and the acid neutra lised. For this purpose physicians usually recommend <rettin«- a little bisurated magnesia from the chem ist and takino- half a teaspoonful in a little hot or cold water im mediatelv after eati-n<r. T-liev re commend bisurated magnesia be cause it is pleasant to take, has i:-o disagreeable after effects, and instantlv stons fermentation, neut ralises the acid and makes the sour fond bland, sweet and easily digest ed . The regular use of bisurated mag nesia—be sure yon get. the bisurat ed, as other kinds of magnesia a...

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ULSTER'S NEGOTIATIONS. PROCEDING QUIETLY. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

ULSTER'S >'!•;<;OTIATH>>"S. —^ •i'KOCEEDiXU QTIETJA'. LOXDOX. Wednesdav. The "Wefciminsior Gazette" ('Liber al) this evening contradicts the state ment made to-day by the "Morning Post" (Unionist) to the effect that the negotiations between Mr. Asquith' and Mr Bonar Law in regard to Home Ruie had proved abortive. The "Gazette'' declares that the ne gotiations are proceeding without any untoward incident.

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

IMPORTANT TO EVERY WOMAN. MRS. M. P. STEWART, of die Head quarters Staff of '"The Ladies' College of Health," 4t5 Elizabeth street, Aiel "bourno, will visit CasUemaine, on tlio 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-.Healih, 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. 5, Ladies' College of Health, 46 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 BALLARAT EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

THE BALLARAT EXHIBITION . | (Paradoxical as it may appeal") "the faculty of sight is never so highly prized as when objects ol rare external beantv bear within them an intrinsic value which that sense of itself is insullicient to. appreciate i —thus, while it is indispensable to arrest our attention—it but serves to set in motion those more lumin ous axid latent factors of the brain by which real perception is alone possible. This very important fact ds vividly brought in mind to those whose privilege it is to visit the Ballarat Exhibition, opened just Jbe fore Christmas by the Acting Gov ernor, Sir John Madden, who in the, course of his remarks made special reference to the inestimable value which such a gorgeous array of art and industry should have upon every loyal citizen of Victoria, and particularly to those within a rea . solvable radius of Ballarat. It is. scarcely possible through, the med ium of words to convey to those most likely to be interested, but are precluded from ...

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WHO BUY AUSTRALIAN WINES [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

WHO BUY AUSTRALIAN WINES At present, the principal buyers of j Australian wines are.not. to be. found ■ in aristocratic circles. The demand emanates chiefly from the middle-clas ses, who require a wholesome and in expensive wine. Enquiries at the various city establishments of Messrs. Short. Fincli, and Henekv, and the "Bodega,and 131 Vino Company, elici ted the fact that they are seldom if ever asked for Australian wines. Mes srs. Shirreff and Co., of-"The Arches," Ludgate Hill, stock the best-known brands, but there is not a big sale at ; the bar. Messrs. Spiers and Ponds, however, find a growing market, and all the leading co-operative stores re port to the same effect. Among wine merchants and off-lic ence holders in the suburbs, there is an expanding sale for Australian Bur gundy and claret, and there is hardly a house of this description that does not stock them. Then, as to the provin cial cities and towns, in Belfast there are no fewer than 5S shops selling Australian wines—...

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