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PEASANTS SNOW-COVERED. ST. PETERSBURG, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

PEASANTS SXOW-COVERED. ST. PETERSBURG, Tuesday. | :Ia consequence o£ a snowstorm in i the north-west of Russia, the railways I and roadways are completely covered, | ana many peasants have been buried I in ih-2 snow.

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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AVALANCHES BLOCK TRAINS. BERNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

AVALANCHES BLOCK TRAIN'S. BERNE, Tuesday. 1 Floods in Switzerland have do it. stroyed the railway lines and damaged | tlie roads, and trains have been | blocked by avalanches.

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STORMS IN EUROPE. MANY VILLAGES INUDATED. PEOPLE LOSE HOMES. BERLLV, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

KTOIJ-1^ EUROPE. I .MA.YY VILLAGES L\TXDATED. I PEOPLE LOSE HO.MES. I BERLLV, Tuesday. H i;i Germany the recent snowstorm I ias been followed by great floods oa 1 the Baltic coast. 1 Dozens of villages in Mechienburg | sad Wurtumberg have been inundated. | and soldiers and sailors were called I out to rescue the inhabitants. ? In many cases the people had to i take refuge on the roofs, where some J of :bem remained for ?.0 hours, while ] others in boats lost their way owing | • o tlie disappearance of landmarks. The soldiers had to return an or •wading up to their chests in tho icy- • cold water for many hours. Hundreds of people abandoned their houses, which were washed away. These people perched on dykes all night, and suffered severely from cold and hunger. The floods are now subsiding

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CURATE AWARDED DAMAGES. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

CURATE AWAKPEP DAMAGES. > Loxnox. Tuesday. The Rev. Thomas G'aen\ curate o Stockwsll, London, formerly of Koch ester ^Victoria). has been awarded £1000 damages from Police Sergeant Fitzgerald, for alleged slander. I'laia ti'T alleged that Fitzgeralds^-iad accus ed him of misconduct wica his wife. At a previous trial of the ac::on the jury disagreed.

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CONCEPTION IN GOD. DIFFICULTIES STATED. LONDON, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

CONCEPTION IN GOI>. k , L'lFFlCl LTIriS J5TATVZ-D. LO.VDOW \ Mr Arthur Balfour. M.P.. besia-i-c | Uio Gilford Lectures at Gias-ro'.v, chose Theism as his subjee;. He indicated that philosophy did not j meet the difficulties of the plain aaaa I ia regard to his conception of God, ana philosophical conclusions must ui« timately bebreujht into harmony zzi connection.

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CARDINAL BAMPOLA'S WILL. ROME, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

CARDINAL KA>JTOLA'S ^VEL, . k IIOAJP T The seals of the late Cardinal Ilaiv. pola's v>ill have boon officially remov ed. A search Tor later documents lias been unproductive.

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MRS. THAW AFRAID. NEW YORK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

>-fKS. THAW AFKAllt. •v ■■ ■ ■■■ - -\E"\V YORK. Tuo#d.r.\ Harry Thaw, the murderer o: Stan ford White, Avii! probably bo rei^a^ Trom the lunatic asylum on Mil. His wife, Evelyn Shaw, states that ho '■= a menace to her Hte.

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TOMMY TRENTON'S WILL SOCIALIST ORATOR GENEROUS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

TOMMY TRENTON'S WILL • 1 • SOCIALIST ORATOR GENEROUS. aa«a MELBOURNE. Tuosrtav. Thomas Chadley, of S2 ..Percy street, North Fltzroy, who was known on the Yarra Bank, where he lectured on Sunday afternoons ou the beueflts of Socialism, as Tommy Treuion. left throe collages and money to his ten ants when he died, on December 20. By a will dated November -'J last, probate of which has been secured by Mr X. J. Casey, Campbell cottage, of brick, 161 Xewry street, North Carl ton, was left to Henry James Ander son. a jeweller; Cadwell cottage, of brick, next door, to William Lyons, and a weatherboard cottage. 34 Percy street, North Fiuroy, to Edward G. Appleton Another weather board cottage, which Thomas Cliadley occupied him self, is to be sold. Testator also directed that after pay ment of funeral and testamentary ex penses £25 should be p^id to Eliza Appleton, wife of a tenant, who had nursed him in sickness; £25 to Geo rge. Fanning; and £50 to George Henry Shallard. Any residue is to b...

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WATERSIDE WAGES CONFERENCE ADJOURNS. MELBOURXE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

WATERSIDE WAGES CONFERENCE ADJOLTtXS. MELBOURXE. Tuoidav. I Representatives of the Common wealth Steamship Owners' Federation and the Federated Waterside Workers' Union couferred ac the offices of the Federation to-day, in regard tJ liie de mand made by the employes. There was a lengthy discussion on the terms of the log, put forward by the Waterside Workers' Federation, and it was eventually decided to ad journ the conference until Thursday morning, so as to enable the employ ers' representatives to consider the ar guments advanced by the employes.

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FUNERAL CAPITAL, LORD CURZON WANTS FACTS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

I FUNERAL CAPITAL, i | , * LORD CURZOX WANTS FACTS. LONDON. Tuesaav. ■Mr Grifni.ii Taylor, oi Sydney, fe. livered a lecture before the Geographi cal Society on the proposed Federal Capital at Canberra. Lord Curzon, President of the So ciety, congratulated Mr Taylor on his lecture, and said that he only visaed he could say ho"«v long it 'vouiu cake to build iho Capital, and '.vlia: :: ~ould cosr.

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CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) FIRE CRY ALARMS. PEOPLE LEAP FROM TRAIN. MANY SUSTAIN INJURIES. PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

( CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTBR'S AGENCY.) FIRE CRY AlABm O ■ i. ■ PEOPLE LEAP FROM TRAIN. MANY SUSTAIN INJURIES. I as a snort circuit. motor trab :.vas leaving tho Saint Lazare station a pas", senger shouted "Fire." Immediately thy sliding doors opened, and several hundred passeng ers, being seized with panic, jumped out oi" tlie moving train. Tliey fell in h^aps on the platform, and many sustained broken arms and ribs.

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BILLIARDS. REECE GOES AHEAD. GRAY MAKES BREAK OF 547. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

billiabds. ? — REECE GOES AHEAD. GRAY .MAKES BREAK OF 547. LONDON, Tuesday. Tom Recce was in good form hi his match of 18,000 up with George Gray, to-day, and increased bis lead over the Australian. The scores at •he conclusion of the afternoon session were :—Recce, (rec. 2000). 9(>7$; Grav, 0161. Reece's best break was 1>S. -G,-;." made a break of 547, of whici S-M were off the ret!. Reece was in particularly good f->rin at the evening session. while Gray was completely out of '.ouch. Cio«:^6 scores : — Reece irec. 2000) .. .. il,OsG Gray 'j.SO? Reece made breaks of 417 a:id 'Ivl, but Gray's best was

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VESUVIUS ANGRY. ANOTHER ERUPTION FEARED. SCIENTIST GIVES MEWS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 January 1914

I . — { 1 VESUVIUS AXUHV. ANOTHER ERUPTION" FEARED, SCIENTIST GIVES MEWS. LONDON. Tuesday. Vesuvius, in the opinion of a leading I r=.cie;u:s*. is undoubtedly preparing for another eruption. The mountain, he says, is structur ally weak, and lava may break tbrouarii the side and destroy the tuucular raii •A-ay. The bcrtom of the crater is encru?(od with a white substance. Out of the abyss. two miles deep, rush, with a hollow roar, dense clouds •>f incandescent pink smoke.

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AUSTRALIAN WINE PLEASES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

AUSTRALIAN WINE PLEASES. -r LONDON. "Wednesday. New South Wales claret, hock, ehab lis and burgundy wen? exclusively used at the Institute of Hygiene din ner. Eminent doctors highly appreciated it.

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CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) GERMAN SUPERIORITY. "MOONSHINE," SAYS PROFESSOR, LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.> GERM.1N* SUPERIORITY. 3S— "MOONSHINE," SAYS PROFESSOR, LONDON, Wednesday. Speaking at a conference of Public Schools Scien'ce Masters Dr. H. E. Armstrong, professor of chemistry the City of Guilds College, South Ken sington, declared that, the alleged su periority of the Germau in scientific research work was all moonshine, It took 10 Germans, he said, to do the work that two Englishmen could do in the laboratory. The German gave commands, and boys die] the work.

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BISHOPS CHEERED. EVANGELICALS SUPPORT. KIKUYA INCIDENT REVIVED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

manors cheiued. ... A EVANGELICALS SUPPORT. | I KIKUVA INCIDENT REVIVED, j LONDON, Tuesday. ! {siffn-ilicant demonstrations in con nection with the action of Dr. Western, Bisliop of Zanzibar, in fb-fcingin^ charges of heresy against the Bishops of "Uganda and. Mom bassa fqr having. administered the communion to non-conformists, were made at a conference of 1200 ■evangelical Anglican clergymen, held at ilildmay Park to-day. All sympathetic references to the action of the Bishops of Uganda and Mombassa were heartily chccr ed.

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JAPAN'S NAVY. £16,000,000 TO BE SPENT. ARMY VOTE DECREASED. TOKIO, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

JAPA.VS >'AYY. _♦ £10,000,000 TO BE SPENT. AR3IY VOTE DECREASED. T0K10. Tucsdav. The Japanese Budget provides for a new naval programme o£ £16,000,000, spread over seven years. Tor the navy the appropriation for the current year has been in creased bv £3,500,000, while the army vote has been decreased bv £7,000,000.

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GIRL IS HOT MONA WEST YOUNG WOMAN INTERVIEWED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

I GIRL IS HOT MGNA WEST ! t HZ ! YOUNG WOMAX INTERVIEWED. SVDXEY, Wednesday. Word was received yesterday after noon by the Inspector General of Police, from Superintendent .McVane, of West. Maitland, to the effect that the girl seen last week at Part Mae quarie, and supposed to be Mona West, has been again interviewed. This time she was spoken to at. Jersey villa by the police, who telegraphed to Super intendent MoVane that the girl does not resemble the missing young wo man from Goulburn, and that she is much older than Mona West.

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STRYCHNINE IN SOUP RELIGIOUS HOME DISMAYED. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

STRYCHNINE IN SOUP « ± • RELIGIOUS IIOME) DISMAYED. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. Bitterness of taste in some soup that had been prepared for tea _ in the Salvation Army Home, Union street, Brunswick West, has been followed by disclosures of a start ling character. An analysis of crystals found subsequently. has shown that they were strychnine. Tho home is set apart "by the Army for the reception of girls and women who have been before the police courts, and whom it is liojped to reclaim. There are several girls in the establishment. On Saturday evening Adjutant Lillie Gilbert reported to Senior Constable J. Wall that on Thurs day evening soup had been prepar ed for the tea of the staS and in mates. Before it was served it was tasted by Miss Gilbert and Ensign Sell. It was so bitter that it was decided to throw it out. At lJ.30 p.m. on the following day it "was discovered that the water in a kettle had a very bitter taste. This was brought under the notice of Captain Emily Simpson, Miss Gil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

V.'HOOPLNTG COUGH. "-My little boy bad whooping cough very badly," says -Mrs. A. Henderson, i The People's Store, 17 Klgen Road, ! Morningum, >.\Z. "I tried several cough medicines without any of them doing him any good, then I tried Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and he got immediate relief. Since then I have always kepi a bottle of this won derful medicine by me and recommend it to everyone." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors. GRIPES IN HORSES. ''Some time ago our horse was down with a bad attack of the gripes," says Miss E. J. Coles, Major's Creek, -X.S.W. "I tried several remedies but. they had no effect; as a lasi resource I gave the horse t-hreo. teaspoonfuls of Chamb erlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, and noticed an improvement immedi ately. Ho was soon able to stand, and now is as well as ever." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distri bu tors. i ■ IBHH1IB HI W#mMWMMSm SPREAD OVER FACE Suffered Six Months. Used Cuti cura Soap and Ointment, Rash Gone. Th...

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