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SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. DISTRICT COMPETITIONS. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. A. GRADE. C.U.C.C. V. FOUNDRY. FOUNDRY. First. Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

SPORTING NEWS CBICKET, - PJSTKICT COMPETITIONS. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. a. grade. c.U.c.c. v. FOUNDRY. foundry. First. Innings. Banfield, b Shuey .. .. 4 Burns, b Jewell T. Peeler, c Barnes, b Jewell . 17 J. Xorris, b Jewell Walker, Ibw, b Jewell .. 5 priteaard, b Jewell 5 F. peeler, e Iredale, b Jewell . 27 Sieivan, c Pleasants, b Jewell 0 W Peeler, run onc Ivev. s;p. Pleasants, b Iredale 22 Metherall. nw. out .' 16 Sundries -1 Total ' 161 Bowling :—Jewell, 7 for 75; Iredale, 1 for 13; Shuey, 1 for 31; Barnes, 0 I for IS: Shelton, 0 for 19. 1 c.u.c.c. I First Innings. I Iredale, b F. Peeler 20 I Jewell, c W. Peeler, b F. Peeler 22 I FTeetuan, not out 2S j Shuey, not out 25 j Total'for two wickets .. .. S5 1 Bowling F. Peeler, 2 for 29; Wal I ker, 0 for 14: T.. Peeler, 0 for 14; I Pritckard, 0 for IS:- Ivev, 0 for P.

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FOUNDRY ASSOCIATION. MOULDERS V. BOILER YARD. MOULDERS. First Innings [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

H FOUNDRY ASSOCIATION. 1® MOULDERS V. BOILER YARD. |§§ MOULDERS. Us First Tnninp-s *-iD Todd, c, b H~ Peeler .. . - t H Carro!!, b H. Peeler .. •. \1 an. b H. Peeler P. Muirhead. c, b J. Grant .. L. Miliar, sip. b J. Gram .. J. Malcolm, b il. Peeler H. North, isot oui. ■I. Damson, c, b H. Peeler R. Davidson, b H. Peeler . • V, Barker, e. b W. Peeler - ■ P. Das-idson, sip, b W. Peeler ■ Sundries 34 1 0 16 15 20 11 1 0 25 1 0 Total 124 Second Innings. >D.Todd, not out | H. North, not out .. Total for no -rickets .. . • 29 BOILER YARD. First Innings. j H. Peeler, stp.. b D. Todd .. .. ~ iPeeler, o, b Allan 23 |S, Maddera, b Millar 7 Kerr, b Allan 0 9 15 |J. Grant, b Carroll .. jH. Lupton, b Allan Peeler, b Allan ..... |Southcombe. b Allan {Thompson, stp, b Muirhead .. I Brown, not out. p/cKindlev, c, b Muirhead .. Sun A rv Total 77

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B. GRADE. CASTLEMAINE V. BARKER'S GREEK CASTLEMAINE. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

B. GRADE. CASTLE.MAIXE V. BARKER'S GREEK CASTLEMAINE. First Tnninirp: G. McLean, not out GO F, House, b Dilworth 8 L Freeman, b Dihvorth .. .. 0 W. Williams, b Dilworth .. .. 1 G. Berwick, c and b Dilworth .. 0 L. ©ragge, b Goble 0 J. Dean, Ibw, b Goble .. -. .. 2 O'Suilivan, b Dilworth .. .. 0 J. Griffiths, c. Dihvorth, b Goble .. 0 C. Odgers. b Dilworth 0 J.Carroll, b Dilworth 9 Sundries ' Total • • : • • ^ Bowline :—-E, 'Dilworth, 7 for 23, JSn.Soble. 3 for 55. BARKER'S CREEK. ' * First Innings. " E. Dil^ordi. c Freeman, b House 4 C. SIume, e. b .McLean 43 J. Walker, b Williams 9(5 J. .Jladdern, rim out 13 Goble, c, b McLean : S A. Waiter, stp., b McLcan .. .. 0 L. McKindley, nout out 6S C. McKindley, b House 24 J. Croft, b House 0 Sundries 21 Total for S wickets 277 Bowling House. 3 for 03: Willi ams, 1 far 3S; McLean. 3 for 90.

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MOTOR ACCIDENT SEQUEL VICTIMS RECOVERING. BRISBANE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

MOTOR ACCIDENT SEQUEL VICTIMS RECOVERING. | BRISBANE, Saturday. ] ttatislactory progress is being made by the thirteen passengers who nvere injured in the motor car. accident on One Tree I-Iill on Fri -da.v afternoon. Miss Florence Sharmaii1, of Adelaide, who was suf fering-. from scalds on the back, chest, arms and face, has 'been dis charged from the hospital. The injured persons were members of a party of 25 Christian students; j who were coming, down the hill in j. i motor 'bus which' had taken them for an excursion. The brakes failed | to act, and the driver was com pelled to run the car into a wall of rock at the side of the road. Several of the passengers were scalded by hot water, which escap ed from the broken radiator of the 'bus.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

HEW IBAE, 1914 1 Fancy Goods, Station ery, Xmas Presents, Post Cards, Castle maine Views, etc. Have just opened up a Large Stock of Christmas Goods, embracing amongst other novelties— Perfumery, Wallets. Handbags, Purses, Leather Goods, Lad'Ies' Companions. AUTOGRAPH and POST CARD ALBUMS. CHIXAWABE and GLASSWARE. THE QUALITY IS THE BEST. WE ARE I* A POSITION TO OFEEIt OUR GOODS AT PRICES THAT MUST APPEAL TO THE THRIFTY. SPECIAL EFFORTS MADE TO PLEASE THE CHILDREN. E. and M. VALE, E. and M. VALE, MARKET SQUARE, CASTLEMALN'E. Mamma's going to wash ma VY'TH Baby's chief charm lies in l.is soft aiul lovely skin. To acquire that purity and dr-Iioany of skin hen'tli use Rexona Si: in and Facial Soap. Washing with Rcxoua Se.ip first takes away all iniiiin ity and ti ire, then softens the skin '.oils and sK* as a tonic upon the * i.-!o. so that the elasticity is si:e;: !, a::J tl:e rc>ult gives tho sof: !•!>of health thai v.o see in early ycntii. Nothing so and tains the purity of the...

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ENTERTAINMENTS IRELAND TO-DAY. ROYAL HALL, TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

ENTERTAINMENTS - J> IRELAND TO-DAV. ROYAL HALL, TO-NIGHT. [ To-nigiu there is sure to "be a very large crowd at the Royal Hall, as .Mr Ford 'is screening the famous picture, "Ireland To-day," which, on being pre sented in Melbourne and Sydney, drew such crowds that the buildings were packed to the doors, and hundreds ! could not obtain admission. The film, | which depicts a tour through beautiful Ireland, is 7000 feet in length. The | scenes are genuine Irish ones, and are not. "faked." One scene depicts Mr. John Redmond, M.P., addressing a tre mendous Home Rule meeting at the I'arnell Sratne. The scenes are rural, coastal aud urban, and the Irishman is shown in sport and play. The prices are the customary ones at the ltoyal Hall, viz., Dress circle, 1 /; body of; hall, tid; so it will be advisable for those intending to witness the picture t<> attend early in order to secure a seat.

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FACTS AND FANCIES. Putting Trees to Bed. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

! I PACTS AND FANCIES, *— Putting Treea to Bed. -An interesting method of protecting peach trees from frost during the win tor lias been practised for several years at the Agricultural Experiment Station at Canyon, Colorado. Early in Novem ber the earth is removed frem a circle about 4ft. in diameter round each tree, and water is turned in to saturate the soil. When the ground has become soft the treo is worked back and forth to loosen the roots, and is then pushed over on its side. The branches are brought together and fastened with a cord, and burlap covered with earth is put over them. Thus the trees lie snug until spring, when tLo covering is gradually loosened and finally removed, and they are raised and propped up.

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The Willow-pattern Plate. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

The Willow-pattern Plate. The true origin of the willow-pattern is not known, but a Chinese tradition says: A nobleman ami his daughter lived in a palace by the side of a river, and the mandarin was in fear lest his daughter should fall in love with anyone, and only al lowed her to go into the palace garden ; but notwithstanding her father';; vigil ance, a young man, who lived in die house opposite, managed, to gain her affections, and they set out bearing :i box of jewels. "When they were on the bridge the mandarin pursued, and is soon following with a whip. They suc ceeded in getting in a boat, and row ed off. As they neared the island iho boat upset, their souls floated imo du sky, and were converted into two birds.

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THE MARKET. AUCTION SALES. SATURDAY, January 10th. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

THE MARKET. ^ 1 " " ' AUCTION SALES. SATURDAY, January 10th. Messrs. Carter, Amos and Co. re port having conducted their weekly sale of dairy produce, fruit and 'poul try, there being a large attendance of buyers, and every line was disposed of. The following prices were realised :— .Butter, short supply of prime, and is slightly firming. Prime, lid to 1, ; one special lor 12: medium, !)id to 10d. Eggs, good demand, Sd to S:id. Bacon, lid; cheese, 7d; honey, 4d. Fruit :—Apricots, Id io 1d; peach es, lid to 2lid; plums, 1/ to 10: apples 2,'ti to o/; black currants. 4id to 5d; mi.".berries, lid to 2d: figs, lid. Poultry :—Hens, l.'ij to 2/6; chick ens. 1/ to 2 ': young roosters, ?•/; ducks. 2, 0 to 4/. i Vegetables :—"Beans, 3id; rhubarb, 1 dozen.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

jCastlemaine Technical School ! m 20. Students enrolled for the fourth term FOK ABT & SCIENCE SUBJECTS. Intending students are advised to take course subjects, in preference to single subjects, including : — Surveying, Engineering. Mining Assay:l.^, Metallurgical, Chemists', Architects, And General Draughting. All particulars obtained from C. W. Steiner, the principal, or by letter addressed to— GEO. CHASTER. ! | Registrar. i ' , Mr. J. G. Yandell SURGEON DENTIST. | ; MARKET SQUARE, CASTLEMAINE,' j CAN BE CONSULTED DAILY. ! New Model Porcelain Teeth. J Absolute Painless Extractions. I Laughing Gas, etc. j Phone 96. | Yen Kee j CHINESE ILEliBALIST, i WILL VISIT CASTLEMAINE EVERY i SATURDAY FORTNIGHT, COM j MEXC1NG- DECEMBER 13th, AT THWAITES' HOTEL. And may be consulted regarding I weak eyes, toothache, and all external and internal diseases. Hours, 9 to 12 a.m., 2 to 5 p.m. Address— I • HARGREAVE STREET, j Opposite Market, Bendigo. Hedgeiand and Co Bight Specialists (by cxa»...

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WHOOPING COUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

YTHOOPIXG COUGH. •".My liuie boy had whooping cough very badly,-' says Mrs. A. Henderson, The People's Store, -17 Elgen Road, Morninglon, X.Z. "I tried several cough medicines without any of ihem doing him any good, then I tried Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and lie got immediate relief. Since then I have always kept a boule of this won derful medicine by mo and recommend it to everyone." Sold by Geo. Chirk and Son, Wholesale Distributors. A quarrel between two women outside a hotel in lltmter street, Sydney, on Fridav ni^lit, resulted in Annie 3Ieller beinrr so badly cut that 20 stitches had to be inserted in the wounds. ."Ueller was struck on the head with a bottle, wHich broke. Her assailant then attack | ed INIeller with the jacked edge of the bottle. She was struck at | least twenty times, and when the police arrived she was in a fainting condition and ■bleeding freely. Her assailant disappeared.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, * ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY. Saturday. Among the arrivals in the Bay to-day wore .—Wandilla from West Austra lia; Port Phillip from London; Era from Newcastle; Koonoowarra from Newcastle; Gracchus from Calcutta; Kumano Maru from Yokohama. Sunday. Loonga anfrom Launceston; Oonah from Devonport; Argyllshire from Liverpool; Star of Australia from London; Manuka from.Hobart; Sydney from 'Sydney; Banffshire from Lon don: St. Albans from Kobe.

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IT XEVER FAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

IT XEVER FAILS. "For years we have been using i Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,-' says | Mr. .Herbert H. Wooahead, Wemworth. X.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. 1 "While crossing the railvav line at Sunshine early on Saturday after noon in his v.-ag-rroiiette, Mr. Wil liam Charles Batten, a small Lroods dealer, was overtaken by tlie 1*2.15 train to Bcndio-o. Tlie liorse and vehicle were carried for some distance bv the engine. and Mr !>atten was dashed to the side ol the permanent way, beint: instantlv killed.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

MARRIAGE MURRAY—PENSA. The marriage of Mr Alexaudei Murray, second sou of Mr and Mrs .Murray of Spring Gully, ami Miss Louis Frances Penna, second daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Penna, of Camp bell's Creek, -was celebrated in tlie Campbell's Creek Methodist Church on_ Christmas Day, the of ficiating clergyman being the Rev. B. E. Williams. Miss Cowling play ed the Wedding March, The bride, who was given away by her father, was attired in a handsome gown of white embroidered net over white silk and wore the usual wreath and silk embroidered veil, and a pea.rl pendant and chain, the £.ift of the bridegroom. Miss Jean Penna, who was the bridesmaid, was dressed in a pretty gown or white muslin trimmed with lace insertion. She also wore a pearl brooch, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr T. Trevena, of Melbourne, was best man. After' a wedding tea, he]4 in Woodward's) Cafe, the voung couple left by the eveuknr train for Melbourne. Her travelling dress was of grey silk and she wore a white tulle hat ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

invigorates. CASTLE MAINE COLLEGE OF MUSIC, SINGING. ELOCUTION, ETC. POYETON STREET. CASTLEMAINE. PRINCIPAL— Mr Robert George Prir.e Winner in Sinirinir. Elocution, Champion. Debating, Orations, Story "Writing, etc., etc. All Musical Instruments taught by Pupils now being enrolled, and clas ses forming, including Theory, Voice Production, under the special supervi sion of the Principal. ..COLLEGE OPENS 2CtIi JAN., 1911.. The principal vail visit weekly as under for tuition purposes :—Castle inaine, Wednesdays and Saturdays; Bendigo, .Mondays; Newstead, Tues days; Maldon, Thursdays; Kyneton, Fridays. Fees from one guinea per quarter (hair-hour weekly). Class: 1/ per ■week (not less than 10). PRINCIPAL, Robert George "Beamiuster," Doveton street, Castle niaiue, Telephone 11(». A Kk'ht Gnid New Year to ye a', aud Mony <>' TJicm. Very Prime Reef for the New Year, Also Mutton, Lamb, Pork. fresh and pickled. R. FISHER i . „ BUTCHER, MOSTYN STREET EAST. ONLY ONE QUALITY MEAT ...

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THE Mount Alexander Mail MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

THE cunt MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 191-1. ITEMS OF NEWS. Our new serial, "The Hertzian voice," commences lo-c. . 31 is an extremely well-writtt« tale of great \ interest throughout, and our rea.d lers are advised not to miss it. ' A mysterious accident happened Ion Thursday night to Fred. Card j well, a lad who has been employed as casual messenger at the local telegraph office. lie left the ollice at 10 p.m. in good health, but had 'not arrived home at 11.30. His parents, 'becoming, anxious, sent his 'brother to the Post Office to make inquiries, but no information could be given there. At midnight the lad arrived at home in a dazed con dition—his clothes covered with dust and* prickles. He would not speak, and Dr. Maxwell on being called in pronounced him to. be suf fering from concussion of the brain, consequent upon a fall.. There was •a bruise on his left cheek, but no other apparent injury. 'He con tinued in a semi-conscious condit ion until Friday afternoon-, when he regained consc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

SUFFERED AGONY WITH HEAD ACHES. "I highly recommend Chamberlain's Tablets to anyone suffering from head i aches," says Mrs .M. K. Berry, Marl ! borough Road, Victoria Valley, Tasma i nia. "I suffered agony with head I achea and tried almost everything. I Nothing did me any good until a ft'lend 11 recommended Chamberlain's Tablets, and they soon put right again. Now I would not be without a box of Chamberlain's Tablets in the house." I Sold by Ceo. Clark and Son, Whole - ' sale Distributors. ERUPTION ALL OB CMS BOB! Became Running Sores, Itching and Pain Kept Her Awake At Night. Used Cuticura Remedies. Trouble Quite Left Her, Edgecliffe," Victoria .St., Arncliffe' S- w-—'"My Uttle girl Violet, when two years of ago, got blood poisoning through being bitten by mos quitoes. The bites seemed to spread and i become running sor«g and scabs all over lier body. The Itching | and pain would keep I her awako at night and I she -would scratch the sores, which of course | only made them worse. ...

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MINIATURE RIFLE RANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

MINIATURE RIFLE- RANGE. The competition promoted by the id eal miniature rifle club, will com mence on .Monday night next, at the range, Market buildings, and judging 'by the number oi' teams entered, viz., nine, should prove highly successful. Practise has been in full swing dur ing the past week, and as the range will :be open for the same .purpose this •week, all competitors should avail themselves of this opportunity. Ow ing to the Engineers 'team having withdrawn, I.O.R., Harcourt, decided to forward.a Xo. 2 team, and thus fill the vacancy, which will not disarrange the draw already completed. The range will be open from 7 till 10.

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVA TIONS. The following readings are supplied by Mr. Mas Pincus, of Market Square. The readings are for the 24 hours prior to 5 p.ro. each day. THERMOMETER. Highest Highest Lowest Sun. Shade. Shade. Saturday 10S SI 57 = Sunday 93 7G 55 BAROMETER. Saturday .... 28.45 falling. Sunday .... 28.44 steady. The official forecast for to-day ia :— Cool io moderate temperatures.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 January 1914

Summer Sale ' SECOND ANNiYERSARY Commences To-morrow > AT Hayes and Harris SHOP EARLY. Look Out for Your Present DRAPERS. The Fruit Season IS NOW WITH rs. AND H0TTLlN(« WILL BE IN FULL SWING FOR THE NEXT FEW "WEEKS. DO YOIR JARS WANT RENEWING. OK EXTRA ONES REQUIRED, IF SO CA.KTSK, smd c;o"W"Xrj:m€S Can supply .'ill that is vented in Jolly Jars, ,1am Jars, ■Covered Jars, 3Iason Jars. Spare Lids, Spare Kinjrs, iJo»tiinjr Wax, Aluminium, Enamel led and Copper Preserving Pans. CALL AM) INSPECT OCR LARGE STOCK. OARTEB and COWLING* UNIVERSAL !H0N.110NGERS. gpynw <1111 **■" AUCTIONEERS' N0TICE3. Adams and Blakeleyj AUCTIONEER & ESTATE AGENTS Oldest Established Firm (20 years*, j (F. Yv". Adams, Auctioneer and Sworn j Valuator). HOTEL AND SHARE- BROKERS, I STOCK & FARM SALESMEN, INSURANCE, MACHINERY, and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. FARMS, ORCHARDS, HOUSES, FOR SALE & TO LET. RENT COLLECTORS. REGULAR WEEKLY AUCTION' SALES OF— Fruit, Poultrv, and Farm Pro...

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