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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

languid and depressed. OWING TO 'BILIOUSNESS AND CHRONIC INDIGESTION. DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT TILLS EFFECT GREAT CHANGE. "For years," writes Mr Charles Hill, oi Talbot, "I was troubled with bili ousness and chronic indigestion. Ev erything I ate disagreed with me. I gradually became worse and '>vas lan guid, depressed, and had no strength or energy, and during this period I obtained practically no relief from mar.v medicines and treatments 1 tried. As a last resource I was advised by a •neud to try Dr. .Morse's Indian Root) Mis, and in a few days I began to unprove, and by the lime 1 had taken t'.ie sixth bottle all my illness and dis :'-'ess had vanished. I am now ia my V;ii year, and have act suffered from •Wiotijuess or any other disorders dn ,!RS '-he pass two years, thanks to }our valuable remedy. I shall always ^•ominend them to my friends, and •'ou may use this testimony for publi ta!,-0Vi ;n a2Jy way you please." having molested girls and be haved iu ajj 0ffellsjve manner...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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LAWN TENNIS. PRESBYTERLAN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

LAWN" TENNIS. PRESBYTERIAN CLUB. The first .round of the singles tour nament aaiong the members of the above club has now been completed, and the following are the results of the £rames played :— LADIES— ..Miss F. BicMiam owe 30 beat Miss E. Knight, scr., 6—2, 6—2. Miss E. George, owe 30 heat Miss D. George, owe .15, 6—2, 1—6, 6—4. Miss .M. George, rec. 30 heat Mrs. Calder, owe .lo, b—o, b—o. Miss A. Penney, scr. beat Miss R. \andeii. scr., 1—t>, 6—0, —o. Miss D. Harriman, scr. boat Miss A. Yajideli. owe .5. 6—4, 6—1. Miss D. Muirhead, rec. 15, beat Miss M. Rein, owe ,y, o—5, o—4, Miss R. Scott, rec. 15 beat. Mrs. McDonald, owe .5, 6—5, 6—3. Miss A. Beatiie, scr. beat Miss E. Hockiag, rec. 30, 6—2, 6—3. Mrs. Danti, owe 15, be"at Miss L. Cock, owe 30. 6—4, 5—6, 6—3. Miss M. Hodson. rec. 15 beat Miss E. Pensom. owe 30, 6—2, 1—6, 6—4. Miss L. Tnlloch, Q\xe 15 beat Miss K. Hodson. rec. 30, 6—2, 6—1. Miss L. Wilson, scr., heat Miss- F. Butler, ree. 15, 0—6, 6—2, 6—3. Miss W. MeBeath, ...

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TEE COLOSSEUM FIRE WHAT WAS THE CAUSE? CRITICISM ANSWERED. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

TEE COLOSSEUM FIRE WHAT WAS THE CAUSE? CRITICISM ANSWERED. MELBOURNE, Monday. "I am absolutely certain thai when I left tlie Colosseum on Sunday morn ing there was not the slightest sign o! Tire either from gas, electricity, or any other cause," declared Mr E. W. Humphries, the night watchman at the Colosseum this morning, "and 1 would swear to that on my dying oath. The only thing I can think of is that the fire was caused by the fusing of some electric wires after I had left. "I came on duty on Saturday even ing," he continued, "and my son was with me until ti.30 p.m., when he left for home. I spent the rest of the slight as I always do; I read very lit tle, because that makes me drowsy, and thai is no good in this sort of a job. 1 went over every nook and cor ner of the premises during the night— exactly how many times I could not s.iy—and at 5.30 a.m. I extinguished the two gas lamps which were burn ing. "At about S.30 a.m. I again went all over the building and examined every p...

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ENTERTAINMENTS "LIFE IN IRELAND" REPEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

ENTERTAINMENTS "LIFE IN IRjELAXD11 REPEATED. Last night's presentation of the famous film, "Ireland To-day'' met with a most favorable reception in the Royal Hall. At eight o'clock all seats were taken, j}nd thereafter) standing room only could he secur ed, but this \\-£S eagerly availed of, and vet many were turned away from the doors. The picture had been well advertised, and much had been claimed for it. jt is safe to say that everybody left the hall well satisfied. Interest in the pic ture was enhanced l>y the fact that Mr 7\r. P. Adams, who personally superintended the arrangement of the subject in Ireland, explained various incidents and introduced a line series of colored slides of his own photography. The picture is to be repeated to-night, and is sure to be again received by a crowded house.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

HEW YEAS,, 1914 Fancy Goods, Station ery, Xmas Presents, Post Cards, Castle mame Views, etc. E. & M. Yale Have.just opened up a Large Stock of Christmas Goods, embracing amongst other novelties— Perfumery, Wallets, Handbags, Purses, Leather Goods, Lad-ies' Companions. i AUTOGRAPH and POST CARD ALBUMS. i CHIXAWAKE and GLASS WAKE. THE QUALITY IS THE BEST. WE ARE IS' A POSITION TO OFFER OUR GOODS AT PRICES THAT MUST APPEAL TO THE THRIFT!. SPECIAL EFFORTS MADE TO PLEASE THE CHILDREN. E. and M. VALE, E. and M. VALE MARKET SQUARE, CASTratAiNE. ... I Mtunma's going is wash ikd ' WITH tL? /TiE£ A**> ^ fe. ; H pi u f% p o ^ rj n i y. ii VmtS&ip' ii2 vvi W v? 3A3 a £ ^ Baby's shift cL\::n l»«s in his .--of' nncl lovely .s!;iu. 'IV rvc.ui e 1 h.v;hh t:?o : a-' '! Faei.J .Sr.; II'. =5 V;'a-.!;i:; T ,vi:a Ft..-emu ;•>•«{» fist 3 t:>Ue.< ;iv •• v all iwr.i;-!!/ ,v*<t wir'. 3 the:: ~<-ite:i- the sxi-i .-iU .isvi n.-i 2 r.s a U.c t;i.-.t s (...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

SKIPPING rtfTElvLlGENCS, 'A-' -• ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY. Mdndav. Among the arrivals in the Bay to-day j wcro :—Omrah from London; Mool tan from Sydney; Katoomba from Syd ney; Bombala from O'Land; Hobart from Hamburg: Rhoinland from Bre men; Themistocles from Brisbane; ,Marioo from Sydney.

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Hertzian Voice THE A STORY OF STRANGE ADVENTURE AND ROMANCE OF WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. CHAPTER I. THE END OF THE TETHER. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) Hertzian Voice BY A. a. ARTIIIK. A STOIty OF STRANGE ADVENTUlt E AM) ROMANCE OF "WIRELESS TELEGUAMIY. CHAPTER I. THE END OF THE TETHEii. Durkin folded the printed pages of the" newspaper with no outward sign oi excitement. Then he took out his money, quietly, and counted it, with meditative and purscd-up lips. His eyes fell on a paltry handful ot silver with the dulled gold of one worn napoleon showing from its midst. He remembered, suddenly, that it was the third time he had counted that ever-lightening handful since partak ing of his frugal coffee and rolls that morning So lie dropped the coins back Into his pocket, dolefully, one by one, and took the deep breath of a man schooling himself to face the unfacc able. , Then ho looked about the room, al most vacuously, as though the_ old fashioned •wooden bed and the la-deu I curtains and the blank walls migiit hold some oracular answer to the rid dle that lay before him. Then -no went to the open window, and lo...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVA- I TIONS. The following readings are supplied by Mr. Max Pincus, of Market Square. I The readings are for the 24 hours < prior to 5 p.m. each dav. THERMOMETER. Highest Highest Lowest Suu, Shade. Shade. S .Monday .. ., 78 71 50 J BAROMETER. | Monday . . .. 2$.l!2 rising. The official forecast for to-day is :— Fine and cool.

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CHAPTER II. THE AZURE COAST. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

CHAPTER II. THE AZURE COAST. As Durkin and the young Chicagoan once more stopped out of the brilli antly lighted theatre, into the balmy night air, a seductive mingling of per fumes and music and murmuring voi ces blew in their hot faces, like a cool ing wave. Durkin was wondering, a little wearily, just when he could be alone again. A group of gay and laughing wo men, with their aphrodisiac rustle of silk and flutter of lace, floated care lessly past. "Who are they?" asked the youth. Durkin half-euvied him his illusions and his ingenuousness of outlook; he was treading a veritable amphitheatre of orderly disordered passions w-ith the gentle objective scare of a child looking for bright colored flowers on a battle ground. Durkin wondered if, after alC it was not '.he result of his mere quest, of color, or his saidyiug art in Paris for a year or two. "1 wonder who and what they are?" impersonally reiterated the younger man, as his gaze still followed the pas- ; sing group to where it...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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THE Mount Alexander Mail TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

THE glouat gtottfe g$*il TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. To-night, in the Baptist Church, a public meeting will >>c .held to bid farewell to Rev. \Y. 0.'~\Vard, who is leaving Castlcniaine this week to enter upon the pastorate of the Varraville Churchy Rev. J. ;\Yor boys, of Bendigo, will preside, and addresses will be given by local ministers and others. The temper ance bodies of the town are joining in the farewell, and the temperance and church elioirs (combined) -will render selections of music. A large attendance is expected. Sir 0. Pleasants, -wlio has been a11 officer of the National Bank for a considerable time, has received no tice of his promotion and transfer ence to Mildura. Mr Pleasants, while a resident of Castlcmaine, ha$ interested himself in most move ments for the public benefit, and has made a host of friends here, who will regret his departure, but be pleased to learn of his promo tion. He will be succeeded by Mr Lees. There was a very large crowd...

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GRIPES IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

GRIPES IX HORSES. "Some 'time ago our horse was do~<'a with a bad attack oi the gripes," says Miss E. J. Coles, Major's Creek. X.S.^' "I tried several remedies but they had no effect; as a last resource I gave the horse three teaspoonfuls of Chamb erlain's Colic -and Diarrhoea Renv:^'" and noticed an improvement imir.ei-* I ately. He was soon able to scar.5, i and now is as well as ever." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, "Wholesale "Distri butors. Dorothy Moran, o, was knocked. down by a motor car in Bridge road, Richmond, yesterday aftf'" noon and killed. ' The jjirl was tae daughter ot the licensee of the Star and Garter Hotel, and was about to g-et oft a tram near her how*-'. Mr W. Wilson, of David street, Ivilda, was driving; his. motor, and was about to pass the tram. He did not notice the child until ^ U was tpo late to avoid the accident I)r. W. R. Boyd was settt for, bat the child died before his arrival and her body was take;i_ to _ tuC Morjjue by Constable O'Brien Wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

AMUSEMENTS, ETC. Royal Ik!! "Ireland To-day" TO-BTIGST (TUESDAY, JA>". 13th.) miSII LIFE, INDUSTRIES, SCE3T ERY AM) DRAMA. A SHOW OF INESTIMABLE CHARM. LAST NIGHT CROWDS UNABLE TO GAIN ADMISSION. REPEATED BY REQUEST. PRICES AS USUAL. Sandhurst and Northern Dis trict Trustees, Executors & Agency Company Ltd. When making your will, appoint this Company executor, it being empowered under Act oi Parliament No. 979 to perform all the duties ol an Executor, Administrator or Trustee. Subscribed Capital „ £40,000 Paid-up Capital ... — ... ... 20,000 Reserve Fund (used in com pany's business .. .. £12,000 Directors : J. H. Abbott, Esq. ; Chairman ; C. H. Davis, Esq., solicitor; G. V. Lansell, Es(j., investor; J. H. Goudge, Ewq., Vice-Chairman, grazior Binalong, Marcorna ; J. S. Stewart, Esq., merchant ; Dr. J. Mclntyre Eadie. MONEY TO LEND. JAMES P. B. McQUIE, Manager. Head Office : Bendigo. Melbourne Offices : 237 Collins street. Offices : View Street, Beadigo. Agent : ,W. THWAIT...

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TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. 109 Bacon Factory .. .. .. .• 105 Baker, Percy ., ., "29 Baldwin, Wm. 55 Ball & Welch Pty. Ltd 65 Barlow, A., P.M. Hunter Blreet 74 Basscit Bros., Temuleton street. .. 97 Bayley, E. J 12 Bean, Albert B 10 Beckingsale, G., and Sons .. .. 6 Beckingsale, Herbert .. .. Ill Benevolent Asylum 40 Best, Neweli and Lav/son .. 48 Beat, F. K 90 Borland. D. M 103 Brothevton, Mrs. J., 88 Brown, D. 0 64 Butler, W. M. ... 107 Carter and Amos 30 Carter and Cowling 84 Castlemaine Butter Company .. ID Castlemaine Gas Co., Oflice & "Works 16 CastlemaineWoollen Co., Ltd. .. 75 Clark and Son 3 Clydesdale Hotel (R. O'Brien) .. 114 Coffee Palace S7 Cooper, Walter .... 90 Corbel, F. 57 Cornish, S. M 46 Castlemaine Fire Station .. 2o Council Club Hotel 73 Court House 82 Cowan, J .. .. 52 Crawford's Comer Hotel .. .. 10S Crowder, A 28 Cumberland Hotel .. 56 Dam, W. V 94 Dunstan, W. S. 9 Durgaii, J. R 21 Dann. R it Davcy, E. R 54 Elphick, H. E 112 Elvish Bros 2 Fisher, R S2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

WHOLESOME bracing AND refreshing CuticumSoap Treatment: On retiring, soak the hands in hoi water and Cuticura Soap. Dry, anoint; vdlh Cuticura Ointment, and wear soft bandages or old loose gloves during the night. Cutlesr-i soc;> ami Ointment am sol-! throushout the wnrlii. A lil>cr:jl samiiie oi ntcl!, wHb o"-page booklet on Hit c:ire end treatment cT the sXlnimtl tealr. pent pi>rt-:rce. Address It. Towns A Co., Syiluey.N.S. v.". R,J, Hutchinson and Sons SAttiriLIEKS. COALVILLE. TREG to inform the public that they have commenced a Sawmill at the above address, and aro prepared to supply sawn timber in any quantity at lowest prices. FRUIT CASES A SPECIALITY. , It. J. HUTCHINSON AND SONS, ! COALVILLE. I HIGII-CLAS.S GROCERIES. W. J. 8T0NEKIAN HAS A LARGE AMD VARIED STOCK OF SEASONABLE DELICACIES TO SUIT ALL TASTES. ALL AT BEDROCK PRICES. 3I0STTN STREET EAST. CASTLEMAINE. Telephone 15. C2 OS3l -wensa/t; IIESJLlg'Ja. Soliool Secondary, Primary & Sub-primary Pupils Prep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

A SAPE REMEDY j FOR ALL | 8KIN AND DLOOD DISEASES. j GIERKE'S BLOOD MIXTURE TTIE FINEST BLOOD PURIFIER EVER DISCOVERED. It is warranted to cleanse the j blood from all impurities, from j whatever cause arising. I SCROFULA, BAD LEGS. SCURVY, BLOTCHES, j ECZEMA, BLACKHEADS, I 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 u) people, j in which the writers acknowledge > the benefit which, they lia\e receiv- : ed from Clarke's Blood Mixture, j wbich as a curative agent "aJu>ot; be too highly estimated, sincu it ; cleanses and "clears the blood lioni j all impurities, and restores iu 10 j its normal condition." J'his is a! good testimonial from the "Family i Doctor," the popular medical week- j ly, which goes on further to say : j —"It is certainly the b"st _ blood \ purifier that science and skill have \ brought to light, and we can n-ith j the utmost confidence recommend it i to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

London Directory (Published Annually) Enables traders throughout the World to communicate direct with English MANUFACTURERS & DEALER* in each .class of goods. Besides bfciug a, compiete commercial guide to London and its suburbs, the IA rectory contains lis+s oi EXPORT MERCHANTS \7itli the Goods they ship, and the Colonial and Foreign Markets they supply ; STEAMSHIP LINES arranged under the Ports to which they sail) and indicate the approxi mate Sailings ; PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES. o{ leading Manufacturers, Mer chants, etc., in the principal pro vincial towns, and industrial cen tres of the United Kingdom. A copy of the current edition •s'ill be forwarded, freight paid, on re ceipt ot Postal Order lor 20s. Dealers seeking Agencies can ad vertise their trade cards ior 41, or larger advertisements from £3' 25 Abchurch Lane. London, E.^'. CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS. A warranted cure for all acquired or constitutional discharges from the Urinary Organs id either sex. These famous Pills...

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FIRE. FIRE. FIRE. THE BELL SIGNALS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

WEB; FIRE. FIRE. THE BELL SIGNALS. The public are notified that the j following lirebell signals have , been adopted by the Castlemaine Fire Brigade, to indicate the local ity of an outbreak of fire in the Borough ONE DONG—North ol Fire Station. TWO DONGS-East of Fire Sta. tion. THREE DONGS-South of Fire Station. FOUR DONGS—West of Fire Sta tion. CONTINUOUS XUisGlNtr—i Market Square.

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CANADA CHANGES MIND. NO DOMINION BUILDING. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

e.V>'AlU CILVXGHS MINI). XO DO .MI.VI OX BUILDIXG. LOXDOX, .Monday. Canada has terminated the negoti ations which have been proceeding for some time with a view to securing the site of the Westminster Hospital for the purposes of offices for its High Commissioner. This decision has been taken in view of the decision having been arrived at by the Government not to acquire a Dominion building in London in the immediate future

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BEEF TRUST PURSUED. GOVERNMENT ACTS. WASHINGTON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

BEEF TRUST PURSUED. GOVERNMENT ACTS. WASHINGTON, .Monday. Spurred by complaints from inde pendent companies, the linked States Government is again pursuing the Beef Trust. It is alleged that the- establishment of abattoirs in the Argentine means tie conrol of exports from that coun try.

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MEAT IMPORTED. AMERICA BUYS LARGELY. SUPPLIES FROM ARGENTINA. WASHINGTON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 January 1914

MEAT IMl'OKTEI). AMERICA BUYS LARGELY. SUPPLIES FROM ARGENTINA. WASHINGTON, .Monday. In November 10,S55,576 lb of beef were imported into ihe United States, the value being £130,059. Most of the meat came from the Ar gentine, and was transhipped from I Great Britain. Tlie balance came from Canada and Australia.

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