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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

' COOKERY. ) ! Forcemeat Stuffing.—Place a teacup ful of breadcrumbs in a basin, add half ! a teacupful of finely-chopped suet, also f | (seasoning of salt and pepper, a little marjoram, a slice of chopped onion and n tablespoonful of chopped parsley. Mix all together with an egg. Ham Toast.—Tako a quarter of a pound of ham, chop it fine and mix with the yolks of two eggs well beaten, a tablespoonful of butter, and enough cream or milk io make it soit. and a dash of pepper. Stir it over the firo until it thickens. Servo hot on toast. Potato Curry.—Fry some onions, cut in thin slices, in dripping. Cut up somo cold boiled potatoes, ami fry them with the onions- Dredge all wit a curry powder, add a little gravy, salt, and a squeeze of lemon juice, if it is at haml. Allow the mixturo to stew for a quarter of an hour, and serve ic up very hot. This makes a nice dish with hard-boiled eggs. Plain Suet Pudding.—Chop as finely as possible two onnecs of beef suet with 3 little flour. When fin...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

BUNTED ANU GENERAL "W-'^TED,—General, good wages, T- „:iiUrs& kept, no washing. Mrs. j-r a,;'C5' APply, Miss Murdoch, Ilall to kXlED.—Strong, young jrirl, • «0,, -inf.'11 -°" good situation. Wages, Ix» o£.8S ''6eM'- Al""y' to - For Removal, six-room ilen i h°use' in ft°ocl order, hip roof; ' .lai'S- workshop. Applv, E. Lan Ct^-J»rker str^. ^don. pOR SALE.—Strong po-ny, 14.2, 7 a,,) 7e.ars> sound and quiet, harness V}.. lady can drive, "trial. Miss Campbell's Creeli. Waited TO 731" Y.—Pianos wanted r>„ at one<\ anv make, German , '-"ca. English; sellers counuunicatt ,0 --'•'''"•si, Mail Office. T° ^T.—Six-roomed "brick house str. cor'ior llunter and ITargrave: n . Ls- all conveniences. Apply, H. 0 8o°arte, Hunter stmt. 'T'HE machine you will eventually buy. Xalder'-s perfected system of gas lighting. "Whitest and. softest of lights, lightest in upkeep. Machines from 0 to 5000 lights. Kennedy street. J^YESIGHT Specialist and expert optician. Have your eyes pro...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

ITEMS OF NEWS. 1 Polling in the Esseudon, PratiraJi> and Borung electorates will began at 8 a.m. to-morrow, and close at 7 p.m. It is estimated that the re turns of the Prahran and Essendon contests will be known in Mel bourne at 9 p.m., and £hat the sub stantial result of the Boning elec tion will be available at 10.30 p.m. Fred. Cardwell, the lad who - re ceived some mysterious injury last Thursday night, causing Kim to suffer from concussion of the brain, has now completely recovered and he has resumed duty at the tele graph office. He can remember reaching the subway at the railway station, (but has no'further recollec tion of what befel him. . It seems probable that he fell accidentally near there and struck his head 'against some object with sufficient force to render him senseless for the time, and that on recovering partial consciousness he instinc tively made for his home, which he reached in a dazed condition. Mr Murray, the Chief Secretary, yesterday aiternoon fixed Fe...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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CASTLEMAINE GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

B«U in air i i in CASTLENiAINE GOSSSP BY "ZEKLE,U "Zekle crep' up quite unbeknown, An1 peeked in "thru.1 the winder. — I/OWC.lii THE BOROUGH BAND, ■ L'ouic lend a hand, the Borough j Baud ; - Is calling lor you and me, ' It still can vault to C m alt., i But it's Oat financially. I It's martial clieer through many a year lias quick-stepped care aw a:. Has tlirilled the air with music rare. And turned grave hearts to g-a> • But don't lorget there's a little debt That someone has to pay ; So. drop in the hat your weekly sprat, And do it- uiV friends. to-day. You can't decline, for the music t> line, , That our Borough Band supplies, The men in the street with burn ing; leet. The women with eager eyes, Their vcrclict pass to our Borough Brass, , As thev crowd where the bands men play, . Ami with voice aud hanu proclaim it grand, Ere the last bars die away So bang the drums, and gather the thrums, And do it my friends to-day ■ And be the toast no empty boast:— "Our Baud has come t...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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THE Mount Alexander Mail WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

THE i fflmrat ^Ux*afl« g$#il i ! WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1914. I Hie programme of the new Watt i Ministij, as outlined by the Premier |m his Essendon speech, is one that j "will commend itself to country Liber i als. Its principal planks are a sus , iained policy of railway extension and iiene^od elforts in encourage immi grants who will i.i.ii; and work in the country districts. A country Minis try, intent on serving the best inter ests of (ho State., will fi„d a useful field for service in these enterprises. One o; tno serious hindrances to nat ional progress in Victoria, as indeed in nearly ;iJI the other Australian Sta tes, is the undue, not to say alarming, aggregation of population in the State capital. .Melbourne contains more uian a third of the population of the State, and the same abnormal propor tion ls found in the six capital cities of Australia, when compared with the population of the Commonwealth. | Thus, in eifect, the development of | t.ie ruial industries of iho co...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

IT NEVER FAILS. "For years we liave been using Chamberlain's 'Cough Remedy," says Mr. 'Herbert H. Woodhead, Wentwonh, N.S.Yf. "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 ents, who 'like myself have young children's health to safeguard'. li. never fails to give relief in all cases." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son. Whole sale Distributors.

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STARVING WOMAN 109 SOVEREIGN'S IN HER STAYS [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

STARVING WOMAN I too SOVEREIGN'S IX ItER STAYS f<Y>r somo fiv^ d-ivg the neighbors of ll'Sooeca Crozior, OS years of as?. who tv'sHos bv herself rn O'tr^ippr p'ro°* N'Tih Mclbouv!!'1. no-; "oi'^nd th-*' ni*l '.vo'iifin uhoi'!. Oil Mondiy tb« ln.;><,1or<l on'lor? for bi« 0,,d ns bf conhl go; 110 answer. ho burst, opon irbo dnor nn<l fo»<ul th^ elrl womn1 ■aim are nth' verv ill. ITe-oalled in the police. In response n tho r^in^is of puft*"Vf>r. thf> noli^fi searchod a box. in which they ifounri a .nair of oM ''"•J On pvnnv/Tvnt in", tlrov discovorod 109 Povor^i^MS -and ?ome r?1 nM\ nlofMv sewii inio t!if> jrnrmom. Tho nollo.o took eharcft of i*ne mnnoy, while ilie nlf) wmm V">ss iviiovpH to tbo \1«1 bonvnp Hncpifal. whore it was ascc-r i-ainert that she was in a bad state of , omciaiion.

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DRINK PROVES COSTLY. ASSAULTED AND ROBBED. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

T>1U.\'K FRO YES COSTLY. Sif — ■ 1 1 ASSAULTED AND ROBliED. .MELBOURNE, Tuesdav. Harry Harrison, carpeiitcr, of Chapel street, "West Melbourne, called at the Russell street station and reported that he had been as saulted bv four men and robbed of -1-V. ' ? lie stated that he saw the men at the corner of Bourketand Swans ten streets, and that one of them said, "Halloa, Harry, old man, come and have a drink with me." They all went to a hotel in Swans ten street, and, as they entered by a side door, one of the men seized h/m bv the throat, and. two of the others robbed him. Then they ran away.

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AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

I AUCTION SALES, i . Messrs Adams and Blak^ler desire to intimate that the sale of furni ture and effects on account of Mrs Jolinston will start punctually at 2 o'clock this afternoon, owing t0 the lengthy list to be submitted. The pony and jinker will be offered at 3 o'clock. Messrs Carter, Amos and Co. de sire to draw attention to the pro pertv sale to-day, at half-past two o'clock, on account of Mr J as. Kettyle, M'Kenzie's Hill, Winter's Flat. Tile property is well situat ed on the main ]\r,aldon and New stead roads, and an easy distance from Castlcmaine. The property has just been delicensed, and the owner is prepared to sacrifice.- It is in everv way suitable for-a 'dwel ling. or could be used as -a temper ance hotel and store.

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TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. Annear, J. 0. Bacon Factory Baker, Percy 109 105 *29 Baldwin, Wm. ^ Ball & Welch Pty. Ltd 6° Barlow, A., P.M. Hunter street <4 Bassett Bros., Templeton street. .. 97 Bayley, E. J - .. 12 Bean, Albert Beekingsale, G., aud Sons .. .. o Beekingsale, Herbert .. 111 Benevolent Asylum *0 Best. Newell and Lawson .. .. 'i8 Best, P. Borland, D. Brotlierton, Mra. J., Brown, D. 0 64 Butler, W. M. 107 Carter and Amos .. - 30 Carter and Cowling 8^ Castlemaine Butter Company .. Castlemaine Gas Co., Ofiice & Works 16 CastlemaineWoollen Co., Ltd. .. 75 Clark and Sou 8 Clydesdale Hotel (U. O'Brien) .. 114 Coffee Palace 8( Cooper, Walter ,. ,. 90 Corbel, F. • • ®' Cornish, S. M 40 Castlemaine Fire Station .. 2o Council Club Hotel Court House 8*: Cowan, J 5^ Crawford's Corner Hotel .. .. 10i. Crowder, A. .. ••2^ Cumberland Hotel • - 56 Dam, W. V Dunsian, W. S. ^ Du^an, J. R 3 Dann. x \ Davey, E. R. .. 5* Elphiek. H. E i'-: Elvis); Bros. ., - • • - risher,...

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AUSTRALIAN BUSINESS WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

AUSTRALIAN BUSINESS WOMEN — r. — Has anybody ever discovered before what a splendid adaptability for all business pursuits is possessed by the average Australian woman? All the world over she is second only to the Frenchwoman in building up prosper ous business concerns. The number less thriving firms among private dressmakers in .Melbourne have made competition so keen many of them visit the other States twice a year, gather in orders, aud return to have them executed in their workrooms i here. One smart lady dressmaker, I with her daughter, has jus: had a boom season in Perth, where the wo-j men are only too glau to have an op portunity of securing the very latest in the world of dress. But feminine enterprise does not stop in Australia, for now-that the dead season is on one of the partners in a well-known firm has gone to Colombo for a couple of months, where she expects to do a big business, and also establish a perm anent connection. The same firm has arrange,] go even further...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

IN MEMORIAM. ROBERTSON.—In loving memory of our dear father, who died 14tli Jan uary, 1912. Late proprietor of the "Mount Alexander Mail." —Inserted by his loving daughters, Mrs W. C. Hal ford, and Mrs. J. C. Forbes; also his son-iu-law, Mr W. IC. Halford. ; WEBB.—'In sad and loving memory of mv dear wife, and our dear mother ('Henrietta Webb), who died on 14th January, 1911. Sadly missed. —Inserted by her loving husband and family. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

Summer Sale SECOND AXXIYEBSAItT Commences To-morrow * AT Hayes and Harris SHOP EAHLY. Look Out for Your Present sa-:*a.clL jE!£sl.:e?:k?3Ls DBAPEBS. The Fruit Season IS XOW WITH IS, AM) liOTTLIX; WILL ]!E IX FULL SWIXG FOE Tin: XEXT FEW WEEKS. PO YOl'K JAliS WAXY BENE WIXC«, OH EXUtA OXES KEQUEED, IF so CPjaLXUFESR ss,:sa.aL COWLiMG Can snjjplj" all ilint is v/nutcd in Jelh- . Jars, Jam Jars, Covered Jars, .Vason Jars, Spare Lids, Spare J'iuys, 1-iottliny Wax, AIuBimiuiu, EuaincI Ied and Copper Preserving- Pjius. CALL AX I) IXSPECT 00 LARGE STOCK. OAETIE and COWLING f NIYEKSVI, IKOXHOXGEHS. i hii'iip-TTri'-ri-ii'^f^Ti—-^TTTTarrf—rn"^Tr?r'STrrr'rriiT^fci";ri-rrrv^r7T>r*vnT»?*^fT^Hi.,7iw"iirrir-mi,nii ,r-f AUCTIONEERS' NOTICES. i Adams and Blakeley AUCTIONEER & ESTATE AGENTS Oldest Established Firm (20 years*. (F. W. Adams, Auctioneer and Sworn Valuator). HOTEL AND SHARE BROKERS, STOCK & FARM SALESMEN, INSURANCE. MACHINERY, and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. FARMS, ORCH...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

It I SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Tuesday. I among the arrivals in the Bay to-da" ^e;2 Leura from Newcastle; Banff irom Lc;idon; Wareatea from |g launceston.

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVA TIONS. H The following readings are supplied S by Mr. Max Piacus, of Market Square. § The readings are for tie 24 kcurs prior to 5 p.m. each day. THERMOMETER. Highest Highest Lowest Sun. Shade. Shade. Tuesday ih 03 43 BAROMETER. Tuesday .. .. 29.11 rising. The official forecast for to-day is Fine and cool.

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CHINESE PARLIAMENT ENDS. PEKIN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

| CHINESE rAHLIAMOT ENDS. | 4 PEKIX, Tuesday. m _ L«:na s ur;i i'arlianiem, which was I inauguratod in April of -last year, has 1 been dissolved.

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ENTERTAINMENTS ROYAL HALL PICTURES. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

entertainments royal hall pictures, TO-night's programme. Mr Ford Provided foi' the star • , nt io-nis?ht's picture Show a lW -\v film '5000ft, emitted Protea. Sow** I*"- ic iS an 1fxce!l0,u. pr0" -"f Viibouc a weak scene in it. cU\ "k'-i noted adventuress, who is !'r^™<fby tfc' Commissiouer of Po • rDS^t Goncnberg to secure a copy of ntreaty the neighboring s?a ■%' of keIlia and Siavonia. She de mands the assistance of a. former pris oner, w!io is released for the purpose. T&o Slavonian envoy sends his secre tary to warn -the Keltan Government ,i''protea"3 mission, but the beautiful adventuress secures his credentials. ■Ho'w the treaty is obtained provides a series of sensational incidents. This picture when shown in .Melbourne jjrow crowded houses. The remain (jt>r of the programme is of a varied I aud interesting nature. The musical | pinion of the programme will bo pro j vided by a full orchestra, under the [ oonductorship, of Mr T. Hodson. The full program...

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CHRISTMAS GIFTS. RUSSIAN HEIR DISTRIBUTES. ST. PETERSBURG, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

CHRISTMAS GIFTS. RUSSIAN HEIR DISTRIBUTES. ST. PETERSBURG. Tuesday. diecent reports oi the iruprovomeai m the health of the Czarevitch, vlio l£ suffering from an incurablc disease, are confirmed by the fact that he took a prominent part in. the Christmas festivities at Tsarskoe Sole. Among other things, he distributed gifts to members of regiments. oi ^viricla he is honorary colouel.

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TRADE WITH FRANCE SOUGHT. PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

T1UD1- WITH FKAXCE SOUGHT. i. - o PARIS, Tnosdav. On behalf oi the Commonww'-tn, ihe Australian denaranent or tn<? British Chamber of Commerce in Pans is sending a delegation on a commer cial mission to Southern France.

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WATER FOR NEW YORK. AQUEDUCT OFFICIALLY OPENED. HUGE ENGINEERING SCHEME. NEW YORK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

w.vrat vok m:w yokk*. I I AQUEDUCT OFFICIALLY OPENED. I HUGE ENGINEERING SCHEME. I NEW YORK, Tuesday. To supply New York'with 500.000.000 ( gallons o: water daily an a quo chic; is ' bc-ing cous;ruoted at Catskill, and is parnally completed. 'When ino work is finished k will have cost £ 40,000,000. In officially opening the aqueduct last week Mr Mitchell described the scheme as a more difficult engineer ing feat than ihe -work of the Pana ma Canal.

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