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COMPROMISE POSSIBLE. INDIAN TROUBLE IN AFRICA. DURBAN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

(.'031 P.K-0'M ISK VOSM15 LK. —1 y INDIAN" TROUBLE IN" AFRICA. DURBAN, Friday. Mr M. K. Chandi, the Indian b'arrts- | ;er. ^'ho has taken a prominent part j /n chc Indian trouble, has gone to YieVoTVi xo soo Gonoral Smuts (.Minis ter for Defence). Indian leaders expect that the diffe rences will be settled by a compro mise, though Asiatics evince no dispo sition to yield.

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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METORLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

METE0110L0UICAL OBSERVA TIONS. — ; The following readings are supplied ' by Mr. Max Pincus, of Market Square.' The readings are for the 24 liours I • prior to 5 p.m. each day. \ THERMOMETER. Highest Highest Lowest Sun. Shade. Shade. Fridnv 114 SO 4f> ' BAROMETER. Friday . . .. 2S..r>tJ falling. The official forecast for to-day is :— i Cool io moderate temperatures. i j.

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CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) JUDGMENT DEFERRED. BERLIN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

CABLEGRAMS (per rbuter's AGENCY.) .udgm-est deferred. \ BERLIN", Friday. gjrassburs; yesterday the trial 0f runnel ^v> Reuter and Lieutenant S on a charge of having been "iiiltv ot a" ;!i!warranted assumption of public functions at. Zabern, was concluded. The prosecuting counsel urged that Colonel von Keuter should be incarcer ated for a week. ' Judgment is to be given on Saturday.

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

WANTED AND GENERAL. WAXTED.—Little girl to mind baby and go messages, between school hours!" Apply, "Rockbeare," Doveton street. WANTED.—Good smart girl. Apply. Mrs. Travaglia. Market Square. WANTED.—Smart lad, must be able to milk; and understand horses. Apply, A. C. Langmore, "Wattle Park," IVoodbrook. "HOARD and residence for three re spectablc men. Mrs. Scanlon, Ilargraves street, two doors from Campbell street. PALVANISED Iron, about 130 sheets, 5 6 7 S, 9 feet, good order. Wos ^ Market,'Saturday. January 17:h, 2 o'clock. Carter, Amos and Co. VOUXG Ferrets for sale. "W. Colli coat, Bowden street. FOR SALE.—Large galvanised iron shed, almost new. Carter, Amos and Co. yOUXG Pigs for sale, Yorkshire and Berkshire. W. T. Showcll, Camp bell's Creek. FOR SALE.—Young pigs. Apply. R. Bogie, Muckleford. T ADV leaving Castlemaine will se.il J piano £14. worth .£27. "Teach er,'' c.o Mrs. Leary. Adams street. pOR SALE.—Two good cows, calved month: 1 pony, aged, quiet, staunch, any trial, l...

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PICTURE FILMS BURNT. TWO GIRLS PEKISH. VIENNA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

I'K'ITRK FILMS BI N NT. TWO GIRLS PEKISH. VIENNA. Friday. Benzine thai was used to clean a film at Gaumom's cinematograph film factory in Vienna caught fire vester day, an explosion occurred. This burst through a thin piaster .partition and set fire to a large stock of films in the adjoining room. A second explosion followed, and the flames travelled through the whole building, destroying everything in its passage. Fortunately the staff were not wor king at the time, but two girls were killed and several persons injured.

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

bracing AND refreshing

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POLICE TRAINED. PICTURE FILMS USED. VARIOUS POSITIONS SHOWN. PARIS, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

POLU i: TIUINEl), A PICTURE FILMS USED. VARIOUS POSITIONS SHOWN. PARIS, Friday. Special oases have been instituted by the Prefect of Police for the train ing of constables in commonsense and the best method of meeting various situations. Films are shown representing a street accident, a political agitation or a foreign lady in distress; also tlic best manner of meeting with such situations.

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

OAS COOKERS FOR SU3DIER C01TF0RT. ORDER XO^V, GK4US OO/ BARKER STREET. Boots! ^ools!! Boots!!! IX THE FIRST PLACE, 1JE SURE AND GET TIIE REST. GOODS WHICH HAVE BE EX WELL PROYEX. WEAR Boots Blundell's BOOTS. -lien's Boots a Speciality. Also bring your repairs a.'oJig. ADDRESS— -VARKET SQUARE. WILL BLUXDELL. mmrnkst or the um • j timw I eeughsa cay iv , wovsld blooti." /Vnoiiior QaJJara: cusrs. j Or. bboldori'e Nsw Dvi-avc;'? "I suffered wiih hemorrhage of th.: Lung's for years," writes Mis. E. M. 31ythen, 12 Lowe Street, 13'allara.t E. Vic. "I was b'o bad that I really thought that I would never get over it. Every time I would cough, my lung's would bleed. The blood would come up in my throat j*nd nose in cupfuls. A banderchief was of no ute, it would be soaked in a minute. I had to have , a thick towel to catch the blood. I grot so weak, and lost weight considerablj', •joing down to six stone, instead of ten , <tone. I had the doctor attending me, but he did not help me ...

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NEW BOOKS, MAGAZINES, ETC SHOULD MEN AND WOMEN BATHE TOGETHER. TWO LORD MAYORS ON MIXED BATHING. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

NEW BOOKS, MAGAZINES. ETC SHOULD MEN AND WOMEN BATHE TOGETHER. TWO LORD MAYORS ON iVLIXivO BATHING. With the summer at its height tlie metropolitan newspapers are, as usual discussing very iiercely the question of mixed bathing. Views on both sides are expressed by scores of correspondents, and "Everylady's Journal" lias been to the trouble of collecting the ideas of such notable people .as the Lord Mayors of Sydney and Melbourne. Archbishop . JUannix and Canon Hughes, the Commissioner of Po lice an<i a lady doctor, the Ameri rican, French and German consuls, attd. Mr "Snowy" Baker, the .fam ous surf champion. The views "of these varied folk, it may be added, are illustrated with a number of magnificent camera views that seem also to afford arguments on' both sides of the vexed question: "Should mixed bathing be en encouraged?" The majority of people asked replied in favor of mixed by. thin g—wi thin reasonable limits. The Lord Mayor of Melbourne thinks that "the sea is q...

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BRIBED TO DEPART. NANKING PAYS GENERAL. TROOPS SECURE LOOT. PEKIN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

Bit I BED TO DEPART. 9 .VAXKING PAYS GENERAL. TROOPS SECURE LOOT. PEK1X, Friday*. I General Chang Hsun after holding a ceremonious reception, left Nanking secretly yesterday by the south gate, having received £160,000 for depart i i1 Probably a good portion of the mo r.'\v went :o the troops who also left in veil with quantities of loot.

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YOUTHS FOR NEW ZEALAND. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

YOUTHS FOK NEW ZEALAND. ;LOXDOX, Friday. A second party of 50 farming youtlis IijA sailed for .New Zealand.

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UNIAWFULLY ON PREMISS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

UXI-AAVFULLY OX PREMISES. { Inspector Jones proceeded against John O'Connor and William Cuddihy on a charge of being found on the lic ensed premises of the Junction Hotel at 10.50 a.m., on December 21st. Constable Fowles and Inspector Jo nes gave evidence, and each defendant was fined 10/. The same men were then similarly charged in respect, of the Metropolitan Hotel at S.15 p.m., on the same day. They were each fined another 10/. Frederick Phillips had a similar charge against him of being on the premises of the .Metropolitan Hotel on December 21st, at. S.15 p.m. He made no appearance before the. Bench, and was fined £1. A man named .Malt house, who has to answer a similar charge, could not be found, and the time for the service of the summons v.-as extended by one month. Both -riie hotels named ceased to be licensed premises on December 3.1st la?:.

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DREADNOUGHT'S ARMOR. ADMIRAL CRITICISES. PROBLEM TO BE FACED. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

1)Ri:ADXOI GHT\S AKMOR. 4 ADMIRAL CRITICISES. PROBLEM TO BE FACED. LOXDOX. Friday. Admiral Sir Reginald distance states that the armor of Dreadnoughts is easily perforable by primary guns at fighting ranges, while it is thicker than necesseary to exclude projectiles from secondary guns. If the armor, could be reduced, he adds, without impairing the lighting efficiency, great savings would be pos sible; but the Admiralty authorities naturally shrink from an initial step involving such grea; responsibility.

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

SUXDAY TRADING. Constable Fowles was ihe inform iuh in a case against A. J. Kotsiakos. who was charged with having had hid shop open for ihe purpose of trading on Sunday, 21st December. Inspector .Tones prosecuted, and Mr Thwaites appeared for defendant. Inspector Jones stared the ease. He said that. the case was the first of its kind in Castlemaine, and was meant as a warning 10 others. A by-law, he said, allowed rhe sale of confectionery on Sunday, but soi"t drinks could not be called confectionery. Constable Fowles said that on Sun day, 2-Ist December last, at !'.15 p.m., in company with Constable Plozza, he visited defendant's shop, and saw 12 persons inside. Some half-empty glasses were in front of them, and Kotsiakos was pouring out cordials. When spoken to, defendant said, "Oth ers are doing it, why can't 1?" After they left the shop ihe police went round others, and .found no signs of ; business being carried on. To .Mr Thwaites : Defendant said he had not heard of defendant...

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CONSPIRACY CHARGED. ARMY OFFICERS INVOLVED. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

CO'SPHIACY CHARGED. ARMY OFFICERS INVOLVED. LONDON, Friday. Sixteen summonses have been gran ted against army officers and persons connected with a firm of contractors on a charge of having conspired to commit an offence under the Preven tion of Corruption Act. The summonses are returnable 011 January 17 th.

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

DEFAULTING CADET. Capi. W. E. James, Area Officer G6C, charged Albert Louis Cross, a cadet, with having: failed to render the >er sonal service required of him by the Defence Act, for the vear endintr June 3t0h, 1913. Defendant pleaded guilty. Captain James said the summons had been served on the cadet, but he failed io answer it, and a warrant for his arrest was taken out. The youth was liable J or 32 days, and for another 14 days in having failed to pay a fine inflicted by the Bench. The prosecu tor said that it appeared useless to commit Cross to the custody of the Area Officer, so he asked that he lie committed to the care of the Comman ding Officer of the Royal Australian Garrison Artillery at Port Phillip •Heads for a tenn of 36 days (the maxi mum) , Captain James said than an escort j •had arrived to convey the cadet to the Barracks, | I 1 In making the order for the 36 days' custody, Mr Barlow said that Cross had had every opportunity to make up his ■time. He had given th...

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SPAIN LINKED UP. WIRELESS SERVICE LICENSED. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

SPAIN LINKED IT. WIRELESS SERVICE LICENSED. '£$ LONDON. Fritter- 0k A licence has been granted WJJJ? ||jj|. Marconi Company's siaiiou at |s§f for the purpose of conducting a_co®* mercial telegraph service be;*fie Great Britain and Spain.

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THE NEWSTEAD EMBANKMENT DISCUSSION BY COUNCIL. GRANT TO BE ASKED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 January 1914

| THE NEWSTEAD EMBANKMENT DISCUSSION B.Y COUNCIL. GRANT TU BE ASKED FOR. | At. Thursd-av's meeting ot tha Newstead Shire Council (writes otic .. correspondent) a discussion took place qu the proposed .extension oi the river embankment. Cr. House remarked that a ptilv . lie meeting had been held and the opinions ot the people interested obtained. The majority was in favor oi the proposed scheme. Those residing on the south end oi the river were, he thought, foolish ly alarmed that their properties would become inundated by flood waters should the cotitennsjitejf ! scheme be carried into effect. This was utterly impossible, as the river now had a much better course than formerly on account of the re moval of the different obstructions . that were present previous to the original embankment scheme. Tao previous effort was extended to fur ther safeguard the township, as it was considered that a heavy ilood would probably encroach at a point where the embankment ended. The desire now was...

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

IT NEVKli FAILS. "For years we have been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," says Mr. Herbert if. Woodhead, Wentworth, X.S.W. "We have six children and never use anything else for the treat ment of coughs, colds and bronchial complaints. 1 confidently recom | mend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ' to everyone, more especially to par ems, 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. P.athurst is surrounded bv luish fires and many hundred acres have been swept. Some residences nar rowly escaped damage. The lire in the tipper .Murray district, which started a week a^o, has caused thousands of pounds of damage, sweepmsr 20 miles of country, and destroying crops and cattle. Resi dents are exhausted through light ing the ilames. A la rge variety of effedt ive designs from which to choose — damped in bold relief. jvj ||^ Can be cleaned with ^ ordinary soap and water P which makes them...

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

Summer .Sale SECOND A>" XIYERS.VIM" Commences To-morrow AT Hayes and Harris SHOl' early. Look Out for Your Present si-silci. S$sa»a?awi.s DRAPERS. The Fruit Season IS M)W WITH rs. AM) IlOTTLIXfJ WILL BE IX FULL SWING for Tin: xext FEW WEEKS. do yon: jars waxt i!EM;wi\<;. ok extra osl\s klqiired, if so i E8,:aa.(aL OOWLIIffCSr Can supply all thai is wanted in ,1 <'IIy .Ears, Jam Jars, Covered Jars, 3Iason Jfirs. Spare Lids. Spare Ring's Roflljiier Wax, Aluminium, Enamel led and Copper Preserving Pans CALL AND INSPECT OCR LARGE STOCK. 0AS7KR and COWLING I'M V ER.SAL ironmongers. wm.i. |1JL. J'l'iw rW'11 wuu 1 '.iwi.ym'i' iHILUTfflim Commonwealth Jg^Banfc of HustvaUa HEAD OFFICE SYD.MSY Tliis i; open for si! ■ n' Gu,":ERAL ,NKI'>'G •-* 'J c; 1W S j EQUITABLE SUlLDiiVG, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE A If-" a I SvHntv, Canberra, --cw.' a-tle, A'!-jT..:*:Pcr'.n, ['ri>K'ui»;, l>° !: I."'■"}>: on, *i"wi:6' ■ !i^: arid l/o.'ifion. CsMc reiirittauve* !ra&a...

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