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CORRESPONDENCE THE BOROUGH BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

CORRESPONDENCE u: THK ISOROUGH BAND. Sir,—Referring to the report in your issue of to-clay of the confer ence of delegates from various pub lic bodies which appointed a sub committee for the purpose of can vassing the public of Castlemaine for weekly subscriptions of sixpence towards the upkeep of the Borough Baud, I am requested by the sub committee to ask, through your columns that any persons willing send their names to myself or Mr to become such subscribers will Macafee, the secretary of the con ference, without delay. The can vassers will wait on as many as possible, but in case auvone should be missed, this invitation is extend -Yours, etc., S. M. CORKISn, Mayor. Castlemainc, 9/1/1-1.

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BOY IMMIGRANTS SATISFACTORY LETTERS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

BOY IMMIGRANTS SATISFACTORY LETTERS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. During- the past few weeks the Im migration Bureau has received a .number ol letters from lads who came, out to Victoria irom .'Great Britain- to obtain experience in agricultural pursuits, and have been placed through the bureau with farmers 'iji various parts of the State. "Referring to the corres pondence, the Minister i:i chaige of immigration (Mr Hageltiiorn) said the lads who had corresponded with the department appeared to be satisfied with their uew environ ment, and confident that ihey would succeed. One lad, wriTing: from a Oippsland farm, says :—"1 could not Ue more happy or better pleased with my self. I am with a very line Aus tralian family, am being well look ed after, and am sure it is the ideal life and place for . any British lad or person that intends earning and saving, money." I also think I sltall never regret the day I left old England." An employer, writing from a Mal ice district, concerning a young f...

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CONTROVERSY SUBSIDING. HEATHEN TO BE CONVERTED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

('0NTROYERSY STBSIDING. [ —* | HEATHEN TO BE CONVERTED. I LONDON", Thursday. S Controversy m. A^vVtccm. circles i teearaing- tiic Kikuvu incident. is f subsiding. ! The Bishop of Uganda, speaking [ at the Evangelical Conference, slat [ ed that outsidq, Uganda there was I an enormous heathen population 1 which was in the balance, and | would either be included in the I Mohammedanism or Christianity. I At present the papulation «as | lending towards Christianity. The | predominating need was that Chris ! tians oi all denominations, should I supply the motive power oi prayer | that those engaged in work abroad | be made effective for their work. 1 * i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

TWO DOSES GIVE UEL-IER "! am subject to bow.-' troubles, which can so pain and inconvenience," writes Mr. Alfred Wane. 1ST) Auburn Road, Auburn. Vic., "bur i wo doses of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Re medy give immediate relief. I am pleased to know there ir. such a safe and certain remedy as Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and al ways keep a bottle handy." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distri butors.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

WHOOPING COUGH. ''My little boy iiad whooping cough very badly," says Mrs. A. Henderson, The People's Store, 47 Elgeu Road, Mornincton, X.Z. "1 tried several cough medicines without any of them doing him any good, then i tried Chamberlain's Con Sii Remedy and he got immediate relief. Since ihon I too always kept a bottle of this won-' fetul medicine by mo. and recommend it M everyone." Sold by Geo. Clark £23 Son, Wholesale Distributors.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

TENDERS. Tenders lor the purchase of the building- and land of the Primitive Methodist Church at Campbell's "X'reek close oil Tuesday. See advt. AUCTION SALES. Messrs Adams and Blakeley de sire to draw attention to the sale on Wednesday next of •furniture and effects on account of Sirs F. John ston, who, is leaving Castlemaine. Among" the effects is a first-class rubber tyred jiuker (practically new). The poiiv is thoroughly re liable and quiet for a lady to drive and the harness is equal to new. The whole is for absolute sale.

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RAGING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

<n 'i n — -i -i ' -ft RAGING NOTES (By. "Trident.") k. - * The Mentone Race Club held a meeting on Saturday las> . ^1 punters had a good ila>. .was a large attendance, and the racing was first-class. • Tile lirst race on the card was-, the Hurdle Race, and it provided a ijood contest. Coming into the straight Widden showed the way, t>ut was caught by Domimcian, who got a long neck in front. Kelly, on iWidden, made a call on the horse, and he responded gamely, and won by half a head, with McAlpin third. The time, 3.-15, is a record lor the course. . . T-he First Division Handicap ^as the next event, and this was won by Precious, who led all the way. Dewberry and Apiarist were in the sccond and third places. Kareela was made favorite lor the Second Division Handicap, and had no trouble in winning by three quarters of a length from Miss Moi, and Eltliam. Yeneda, who is in g.ood form just at present, made hacks of the op position in the Mentone Handicap. •He "was als...

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SOLDIERS ARRESTEP. TURKISH PLOT FAILED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

SOLDIERS ARRKSTEP. TURKISH PLOT FAILED. j LONDON, Thursday. | Advices from Aloania state thai' . further detachment ol 'i nrkisii: soldiers and ouicers m muiti landed • at Yalona, apparently in connec tion with the alleged plot to piaec l"et l'aslia oil the Aioaiuan throne. ' They were arrested and seat to Stieste. i Ittet Pasha denies complicity iuj ilbanirm plot; but cireum-j stacces surest that the Ottoman j Empire prompted the scheme. If j successful it would have been able i to boast that it had placed a priiicc on the throne, and i '•^-case o{ ftiiiutc would be none ^'orse o5. tlderly man, who is said to * j. ^kari laborer from Ne^' Zea • f; lumped off Pvrmont Bridge snto Darling Ilarbor'(Sydney) yes |«rQay ■•morning, a distance ol 60 '^e,', Tw0 bridge attendants re in!f l in a dazed condition, llovse ^ laken t0 tlie Kcccptiou .',^eVea employed at a boot iCion- ai pvet|ieru (Svdney) -were accidentally locked up in tlie *ac t?lLal losing time on Thursday > . After spending t...

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THE Mount Alexander Mail SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

SATURDAY, JANUARY 1L», ITEMS OF NEWS. The Police Court yesterday had one ,of its longest sittings lor many months, lasting from ten o'clock in the morning until just before five o'clock in the afternoon. Several important cases were dealt \vitlir and lengthy reports are to be found in to-day's "Mail." To-morrow, in the Baptist Church, the Rev. W. 0. Ward is to conduct farewell services, after occupying the pastorate for over six years, During next week he expects to commence his work in Yiirraville. The service in tlic morning v, ill be specially for the church members, and "vhe pastor will give tlie\u his farewell message. In the evening, the service will be o£ a more com prehensive kind, and a "Pecial in vitation is extended to cricketers, loundrymen, and members of tile temperance societies to attend ; while the general public are also cordially invited. On Tuesday even ing a farewell public meeting lia's been arranged, _&nd the Re v. J as, W'ovbovs, of BendigOj lias cons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

amusements, etc. at the Royal Picture Hall and eyehy MOXDAY, wednesday, AND SAIUKDAY. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. THE GREAT BATTLE OF lUANILIA (2000k). Dress Circle, 1/ ; Body of Hall, 6d. Ciiildreti under J2f half-price. DAYLESF01M) HOSPITAL ('UJNI VA1" 1'oundatioii Day, January 2(5th. Monster Procession, for which £27 is ... . offered in prizes. Victorian Police Band, Horse, Bicycle Footracing, and Firemen's events' Hosts of .attractions. The princi pal country event on Foundation r.,af" ,,See Programmes. Entries Close Mondav, 12th ■ V- W. HQRSNELL, Hon. Sec. ^ CHUROirSERVICEi: \ BAPTIST church. farewell Services, Rev. W. O. Ward. 11. special message to church memb ers. ./.general farewell address C.U.C.C. members and Plajirs, and memoers of Temperance Societies specially invited. Tuesday evening, Farewell Meeting Rev" X W°^°ys (of Bendf others. GSSeS hy l0Cal Ini"isters and QlIRISl 'church. 1st Sunday after Epiphany.—8 a.m., Holv Com jM!rniTl.e vEiir at'°S: 7 | Presbyterian church.—n 7^7...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

Wise and Otherwise. T "You mustn't tear Iho book Uko that." "How ranst I do it, thvn, daddy P" # ♦ «' * » Flippant Cockney (to countryman): "Are there many fools in this part of the world, my lad." "Yokel: Not as some like?" * # # * * JBrown (impatiently): "Why don't you many that girl ? She is a real pearl." Jones (darkly): "That may be, but I don't like 'mother-of-pearl.' " » » # * • Marks: "Say, old man, did I ever tell you about the' awful fright I got on my wedding day?" Parks: "S-sh-h! No man should speak that way of his wife !" » • * # * "What brought you here?"' asked the prison chaplain. "Youth," said the convict, sadly. "Youth? Why you look quite fifty." "Not my youth, sir; my lawyer's." *•#*#* She (concerned about her mother's health) : "Don't you think mother should have a change? I don't like her looks at present." The Brute (heartily) : "I never did." • » • •She: "They held a mirroi over her face to see if she was alive. I don't understand that." He: "Why, you see, if ...

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CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) FARMERS COMPLAIN. OTTAWA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.' FARMERS COMPLAIN". _ * OTTAWA, Friday. Western.,grain growers in Canada urge that instead of money being used to build warships it would be better to establish a merchant fleet to pro vide relief from the extortion of the steamship combine.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE — s. arrivals. hobson's bay. fridav. Among the arrivals in the Bay to-day I were :—Loongana from Lannceston ; Lovuka from Fiji; Monara from West Australia; Warilda from Syduey.

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DUEL DECLINED. M. YEDRIXES DEFIES LEAGUE. COMING TO AUSTRALIA. CAIRO, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

M EL I>!-;(%! NKI>. ■ M. YEDRIXES DEFIES LEAGUE. CO.Ml.V; TO AUSTRALIA. CAIRO. Friday Jules Yedrines, the famous aviator, t defies ilie French Aero League which has ordered him to fight M. Roux, another aviator, who has challenged him to a duel, or return to Paris. Ii is stated by Vedrines thar. he in tends to continue his flight to Austra lia as he is under contract to the firm of Bleriot, the well-known aeroplane manufacturers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

GlllPES IN HORSES. "Sonic 'time ago our horse was down with a bad attack of the gripes." says Miss E. J. Coles. Major's Creek, N.S.W. "1 : rieel several remedies but they had no eiTocs; as a last-resource I gavoiiie horse three teaspoonfuls of Chamb erlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, and noticed an improvement immedi ately. He was soon able to stand, and now is as well as ever." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distri butors.

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B. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

B. GRADE. Catuiemaiiie v. Barker's 'Creek, Har court v. Guildford, Muckleford v. Woollen -Mill. ; Castlemaine .'—House, McLean, L Harris, Williams, Chaster, Griffiths! | 0-SaHivan, Freeman. Bragge, Carroll,' I Berwick, Sutherland.

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SPORTING NEWS CRICKET, DISTRICT COMPETITIONS. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. A. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

SPORES HEWS CBICKET, district competitions. to-day's matches. a. grade. Foundry v. Castlemaino,. Barker's Creek v. Hareoim. Maliion a bye. Foundry :—Datu'iekl. Burns, Ivey, •jfetherall, Norris, Peeler (3), Pritch ard, Stewart, Walker. Players are requested to be on ihe ground at 2.15 sharp. Barker's Creek :—Norris, Reilley (j), .Vornvington, Mitchell, Hill (2), Gram (3). Harcourt :—Rash, .McLean, Hill (2), Fritcbard, Douglas, Seeienmeyer, Vuir /«i (4) • •—Ireda'e, Dunn. Shel don, ftcfowson, Shuey, Barnes, Free man (2), Spowart. Pleasants, Jewell and P. House.

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SUFFERED AGONY WITH HEADACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

SUFFERED AGONY WITH HEAD ACHES. "I highly rocommeud Chamberlain's ■ Tablets to anyone suffering from head aches," says .Mrs M. K. Berry, Marl borough Road, Victoria Valley, Tasma nia. "I suffered agony with head aches and tried almost everyuung. I Nothing did me any good until a friend | recommended Chamberlain's Tablets, | and they soon put me right again. Now | I would hot be without a "box of j Chamberlain's Tablets in the house.'' I Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, "\Yhole | sale Distributors.

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FOUNDRY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

foundry association. f Moulders v. Bailor Yard, Church ream v. Fitters. •Church team :—R. Milieu t. A. Stein er, J. Rolston, W. Wham. F. Pritchard, E. Ser.on, R. Porrvine, P. Williams. W. Schfab. J. Gar:'; A. Andrews. { \Y. S.Tith. .T. Bird. -• JvVsOi;, A. Scar- j borough. C. Dan:-.

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