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THE HUMAN EYE WHAT IT IS, AND HOW TO CARE FOR IT. (Copyright.) III.—Continued from Jan. 12th. OPTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

THE HUMAN EYE •WHAT IT IS, AND HOW TO CARE FOR IT. (BY A. A. ABOTOMEY.) (Copyright.) III.—iConlinued from Jan. 12th. OPTICS. ; For a clearer comprehension of the [ physiology of vision it will bo neces sary to state, first, a few of tho ele-1 mentary laws of optics which "will have a direct bearing upon <)ur subject. In treating of optics, we are, of course, simply dealing with the properties and phenomena of light, especially as act ing upon the organs of vision. As | light is the essential condition of sight, it may be said that it as only >by light that sight is made possible, and with out which our eyes would be utterly useless. 'Eeverytliing we see is rend ered visible by the light 'which pro ceeds from it to the retina of the eye. Light, then, may be defined as that physical agent, element or force, in virtue of which we see. This radiant energy is .prorogated from luminous bodies on straight liries, now univer sally called rays in preference to" waves, and in al...

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

TELEPHONE. EXCHANGE. Annear, J. 0. 109 ^aeon Factory 105 Baker, Percy *29 Baldwin, Wm. 66 Ball & Welch Pty. Ltd 65 Barlow, A., P.M. Hunter street 74 Bassett Bros., Templeton street. .. 97 Bayley, E. J 12 Bean, Albert B. .. 10 Beckingsale, G., and Sons .. .. 6 Beckingsale, Herbert .. .. Ill Benevolent Asylum .. .. .. 40 Best, Newell and Lawson .. .. 48 Best, F. K 9S> i Borland, D. M 103 : Brotherton, Mrs. J., 88 Brown, D. 0 64 Butler, W. M. 107 Carter and Amos .. 30 j Carter and Cowling 84 Castlemaine Butter Company .. 19 [ Castlemaine Gas Co., Ofllce & Works 16 I CastlemaiueWoollen Co., Ltd. .. 75 I Clark and Son 8 Clydesdale Hotel (R. O'Brien) ,. IK Coffee Palace ... S7 Cooper, Walter ... . 90 [ Corbel, F. .. .. . 67 Cornish, R. "M 46 , Castlemaine Fire Station .. 23 | Council Club Hotel . ..73 Court House 82 [ Cowan, J 52 Crawford's Corner Hotel .. .. 108 i Crowder, A 28 ; Cumberland Hotel 56 Dam, W. V 94 Dunstan, W. S. 9 ' Duf^an, J. R 2J Danrt, R. .. 11 Davey,...

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WOMAN LOSES MEMORY INJURIES DESCRIBED. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

WOMAN LOSES MEMORY IXJU'lMES D BSC IMBED. j I .MELBOURNE, Wednesday. ! David Hegarty was charged at the City Court to-day with having, on or about November I. inflicted grievous bodily harm on Johanna 'Mahoney. The case was dismissed. Mr N. H. Conoubcrg appeared for Hegarty. Sub-Inspector A. J. Middleditch sain that Hegarty had been arrested on iNo-, veniber 7th, but had been remanded from time to time owing to the condi tion of 'Mahoney, who had now recov ered from the wounds, but her mental state was such that she could not. give evidence. 'Clarence George Sheflield God frey, medical practitioner, said that Mahoney had no memory for either re cent or remote events. She was not able to recollenct anything that occur red a few seconds previously. Witness thought that after some years her mental conditiou might be restored. Andrew Victor I-Iomna.ii, resident medical o(liter at the Melbourne Hos pital, said that on November 5" Ma honey came t0 the hospital in an al cliolic and semi-co...

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

! & SAJfE BE^EDY f OB ALL 3KIN AND BLOOD DISEASE8. ciiAxuke's slood mixture THE FINEST BLOOD PURIFIER h.VKR DISCOVERED I u is warranted to cleanse i.L>t ; iilooci from all impurities, irou> ; whate* er causi; arising. j | SCROFULA, BAD LEGS, I i SCURVY, BLOTCHES, ! ECZEMA, BLACKHEADS, I BLOOD POISON, SPOTS, Jj.LCERS, PIMPLES, SKIN AND BLOOD DISEASES, . .'..id r'C-RF.s OF All KINDS ffe have sceir ..y^cs oi letteis troin all sorts and conditions of people, in which the writers acknowledge the benefit which they have receiv ed from Clarke's Blood Mixture, which as a curative agent 'aanot be too highly estimated, since it | cleanses and clears the blood horn all impurities, and restores it to its normal condition." This is a good testimonial from the "Family Doctor," the popular medical week ly, which goes on further to say : —1"It is certainly the best blood purifier that science and skill have | brought to light, and we can with i the utmost confidence recommend it j to ...

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MINISTERS HAVE ESCORTS NATIVES TO BE REPATRIATED. CAPE TOWN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

MINISTERS IIAYE ESCORTS NATIVES TO 'BE REPATRIATED, j CAPE TOWN, Wednesday. Preparations have been made to re patriate tile natives, who are not al lowed in the streets after dark. Further attempts have been madi to blow up the railways with dyna mite. The driver of a goods train a. Belleville had a narrow escape. Burghers continue to arrive in Pre toria to assist in maintaining order. Members of tho Union Cabinet arr accompanied everywhere by an armed escort. j The situation is worse at Cape Town, [owing to the activity of the agents o; | the Trades' Federation. .Ministers are withholding the pro clamation of martial law until the las', j possible moment.

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SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. JEWELL TROPHY COMPETITION. ANGLICANS V. MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

SPORTiNfi NEWS 1 ' ' „v. -- • CRICKET. WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. JEWELL T-ROPHY COMPETITION. a V(; ulCAXS V. .MALDOX. ( - This match was resumed on tne Western Reserve yesterday, and resul ted In an easy victory for the Angli cans. Closing on their score of last week with two"down for 201, the Ang licans soon disposed of their oppon ents. who could only muster 34 runs. Anthony was the only double figure scorer MeKnight and Xewham bow led unchanged, the former being very deadly in capturing 5 for S. MnUlonV. second innings. t'.'J, was a slight im .proveirient on the first, Peeler batting soundly for 23. Xoske proved ?. suc cess with rhe bail, capturing 3 for IS. The lidding of the. church team was unusually keen, and several fine catch es were taken, Kirkpatrick accounting for five. Xoske also earned applause in accepting a very hard chance at niid-off. One bad feature of this march ""as the late starting, and this is solely due to the late arrival of the M^hion team. If they cannot put...

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GENERAL STRIKE DECLARED BY UNITED CAPE TRADES. OTHER DISTRICTS EXPECTED TO JOIN. PREPARATIONS ON WARLIKE SCALE. MARTIAL LAW PROCLAIMED AT CAPE TOWN. CAPETOWN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

GENERAL STRIKE DECLARED BY UNITED CAPE TRADES. OTHER DISTRICTS EXPECTED TO JOIN. PREPARATIONS ON WARLIKE SCALE. MARTIAL LAW IPROOLADIED AT CAlPE TOWN. CAPETOWN, Wednesday. I Additional developments in connec tion with the industrial situation in South Afri'ca make the position more serious than it lias hitherto been. The Trades 'Federation at Cape Town has proclaimed a general strike, which was agreed to by a two-thirds, majority. The Transvaal trades are also in favor of a strike. Ballots ncrw being taken in the vari ous industries at Johannesburg are expected to result in favor of a gene ral strike. Military precautions arc being com pleted on a war scale. Even villages are full of armed burghers. Farmers are ielegraphing to the cities that tliey are ready to assist in breaking the strike. The Govern ment is acting in unison with Lord Gladstone, the Governor General, who has intimated that Imperial troops will be available if required. The Government has taken, over the coal suppl...

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BOWLING. A. PENNANT COMPETITION. CASTLEMAINE V. EAGLEHAWK. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

BOWLING, A. PENNANT COMPETITION. CASTLEMAINE V. EAG-LEHAWK. An-interesting and important match was played yesterday ou the • Gastle maine green for the A pennant compe tition, between the Eaglehawk and Cast'leniaine clubs. ' 'Cas.tlemaine led at .the first ten ends, but Eaglehawik came at the fin ish and snatched a narrow victory by two points, the totals being Eagle hawk, 69; Castlemaine, G7. The rinks were :— CASTLEMAINE. Wells, Odgers, Rasmussen, Van Heurck (c) .. 25 Frank. Toits, Baker, Xewham .. K A:-h, Co v.-an, Wilson, Iredale .. 2^ Total .. .. 67 _ EAG.LEHAWK, Mathiescn, Lav, C. Jeffrey. R. W. Jeffrey IP ?. Smalley, Taylor, Highmore, MeCleUand .. .. .. 2" Hart, Cafford, Stewart, J. Smallev 2.': Total G:

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METHODISTS V. C.U.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

^ rSTHODISTS V. C.U.C.C. "NVrAodists, with 2 for 161, resumed their hillings. against C.U.C.C., Baker 54, and Spowart 2, opening to the .bow ling of Coldrey and House. The part nership did not last long, for with 12 runs added, Spowart played one from House on to the wicket. The next few wickets fell rapidly, A. Jewell, L. Free man, Smith and Barnes, all going cheaply. With the score at 227, Ba ker was caught in the slips by "Willi ams off Coldrey, for a well played S4, including 7 tourers and one six. Ta ken on the whole it was a very fine performance, being easily this 'play er's best innings up to the present. A very good stand was made for the last wicket by A. D. Freeman and W. Jew ell, the score being taken from 239 to 311 before Jewell was bowled by a good length ball from Coldrey, after making 2S nicely. Freeman, who made 43 not out, also batted well. Ai about 4.30 p.m. Castlemaiue com menced their second innings, being 20S runs behind. Percy House and Banfield opened to the...

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COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

COMMERCIAL. bendigo stock market. Cattle.—The supply of cattle for ward was a slight increase on last week's reduced numbers, altogether 17 trucks arriving by rail, which, with the addition of some road lots, made the total penned 5SP. Quotations : — Prime bullocks, £ 9/10/ to .£10/10/; extra prime and heavy, to £11/10/; good useful bullocks, £Sto £!>; medi um descriptions, £6/15/ to £7/15/; prime cows, £t>/U>/ to £,7/10,'; extra prime and heavy, to £3/o/'; good use ful do,, £5 to £6; medium sorts, £3 15/ to £4/10/; -prime clean well grown heifers, to £7/19/. Sheep.—"With two exporters repre sentatives operating the supply of sheep on Monday at the municipal yards was quite inadequate, and had there been double the number of good sheep forward prices would still have been satisfactory. Altogether, inclu ding iambs, only 22 trucks came to hand by rail, the proportion of sheep being about. IS, which, with the additi on of a fair percentage of road lots, made the total penned ...

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

HOW TO NEUTRALISE DANGEROUS STOMACH ACIDS. ? Few people besides physicians re alise tlie importance of keeping; the food contents of the stomach free from acid fermentation. Healthy normal digestion cannot take place while the- delicate lining of the stomach is being- distended and1 in flamed by acid and wind—the re sults . of fermenting food in the stomach. To secure perfect diges tion fermentation mnst be stopped or prevented, and the acid neutra lised. • For this purpose physicians usually recommend getting a little bisurated magnesia from the chem ist and taking half a teaspoonful in a little hot or cold water im mediatelv after eating. Thev re commend • bisurated magnesia be cause it is pleasant to lake, has no disagreeable after effects, and instantlv stov>s fermentation, neut ralises the acid and makes the_ sonr food bland, sweet and easily digest ed. The regular use o£ bisurated mag nesia—be sure you get. the bisurat ed, as other kinds of magnesia arc of little value—is a...

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SOAP PROVIDED KING JAMES WITH AN INCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

SOAP PROVIDED KINTr JAM1;>' WITH AX IXCOME. Soap used 10 provide Kiny Jamrs with a comfortable addition to • ■;- i conic- That -canny monarch gv.-.m" the Company of Soamnakei- V\ t • minster the monopoly for the n;ak" >f soap in Engrland in return payment of ,£6 a ton on all sor-p duced. The importation of soap •» "orhidden, and officers were nppoir-" o deal with illicit soap-boitinR, nanufacture. even in privrt' '•>r domestic purposes, heir's" p •b!a by heavy prnaltic.;. '.^r.-r-ver "'reclamation was issued that ;'thc - nnde by the company is p-o-nl. sv. •«ul serviceable for •.•ur pcopl ••".*' '• \nnual revenue derived by Kbig' Ja torn this souice .".mounted to a) ■OK'.000.

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BAIL APPLICATION REFUSED DEFENCE FACILITIES ALLOWED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

BAIL APPLICATION REFUSED DEFENCE FACILITIES ALLOWED. •SYDNEY, "Wednesday. Thomas Edwin Brown, who was con victed of the 'murder of Sergeant Hic key„ at St. Ives, and has been granted a new trial by the 'High Court, appli ed to 'Mr Justice Gordon, in Chambers, to-day, for bail. The application "was refused. Brown, who has been in gaol for nine months, first asked that his ap plication be allowed to stand over, as he^vas upset through meeting some of his children that morndiig, but the re quest was refused. He submitted that bail should be granted, in order that he might have the fullest oppor tunity of preparing his defence. He had, he said, been placed in that por tion, of the gaol allotted to murderers. .Mr Justice Gordon, in ..refusing the application, said that the gaol au thorities would give him opportunities for preparing his defence, and if any impediment were placed in his way the Crown Law Office would remove it. AiSert. E. Hodder, liotelkeeper, was, at the Carltou Court ye...

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A NOVEL DEVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

A NOVEL DEVICE. M. Louis Blerhu h:is invented a ice whereby aeroplanes anci v. a - ;la:res will be able to moor i'v.'ni:-^ o an' overhead cable- TviaK nf nve'p.tion were' made rerent'y •'ranee by the airmail retina! or •rdinary Bleriot monoplane, li.» hove the rar with the inven;i.i-?. i ontrivancc is of wood in tin* s!vr <f an open capital V. the two arm vhich serve to catch the cable. \V lie machine rises, a catch at the f~ ■{ the V is released by pressure • he cable, which slips into a eircu: •ole. and the machine. jjlM'.ns a' he cable, come* ;> '-ton in .. ; ards. When the airman v. ijhr. ■\tve his moorings, he sinjply sta-" he propeller, and the d'>\v .-.ward p n the machine release-.. the ("ate' .'iiiematog'rapli records ot iho tri 'avc been sent to the British a •'fcnch naval authoril'es.

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MOTOR PUZZLES NATIVES CAR IN CENTRAL AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

MOTOR PUZZLES NATIVES CAR IX CENTRAL AUSTRA'LTA. At. Barrow's Creole, on the overland telegraph line, near the centre of Aus tralia, there is a £1000 motor car. It has been there for over two months, and is likely to remain some time lon ger. It is the car in -which Dr. J. A. Gilruth, the Administrator of the Northern Territory, made his journey from Camooweal, in Queensland. When the car reached its present resting place, Dr. Gilruth had to hire horses to get back to iDarwin, GOO or 700 miles t0 the north. It is reported thai aboriginees are apparently much interested in the strange vehicle, and that dusky parties arc arriving from distant parts to view it. Great consternation 'is said to have been caused when one of the natives, more venturesome than the rest, soun ded the motor horn. The noise caused a stampede. Ater the summer, which is the wet season in the North, passes, the car will be driven to Darwin. At present it is being looked a!fter by the resi dent telegraph official....

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THE GAS METER. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

THE GAS .MCTK.R. The heart of a yas meter is i?>- pai i bellows. There are two in each !v;x >no ailing it,sell' with <_ras whiio ih ; 'her is pumping it through the hoi:* i c'rtc-h alternating- on th« job. The.-c bcl I hnvs are tuado of nvo sted di:-.phra;:;i» ■aeh connected by a piece of sheepsk?! •horonghly saturated in oil. Only selocted pelts eau be used. Each i> examined in a dark closet by ;i ln.'in auo passes it over a table in which there is a hole about four incho square. Through this a li^ht is t\v.r:v from beneath, and thus any thin spot ~;r holes, hopeless defects, are shown and the skill is rejected. Just behind the three dials in y.»;: meter in the top of the box is th< mechanism which figures up yom moritjily gas consumption. Helow arc the two bellows. While one is filling up, the other is discharging: its gas into the service pipe. Each one, when inflated, holds a fixed aud definite rolume of gas, a.nd measures the costly, intangible su...

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

n*ttMTT WTilTi1Tin:T«rfir"'—" l|JB _' v .' - ' - S^:V\. YOUR MONEY SOES FURTHESt Constantly wc -rc in a pcrl-.iun to supply ihe public with tl.e very {ir.e--.' furniture io be e'-:--.~ed, both new sr.d ccccr.c'iianii. Oar private Salerooms being an adjunct to our Auction b'isir.esi cr.^bics us to sell the moot superior furnSlur.-; cl-erpsr than elsewhere. Come and see th< i? in Bed'C o:n suites, beautifully made, thorough';/ reliable in every respect. S : CORRESPONDENCE INVITED All Enquiries promptly iuv.-v.-ered. <••. Aib • (tf ^ Z $ $ £ //4:' j 319 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE (Take Electric tAcvcior.! -COUNTRY ORDERS SPZC'Ai.LY V'£L:. PACKED. - weaa nwiwwas w&atxejwa GOT A iT35\£2S B&W-gBVBgaTsggT^j'Q | riV^E.V' Y-kg. ^ * * g Gham&erloi&'s Cough Remedy is the most | prompt and effectual medicine in r/sv* for (Ah | complaint. U acts on nature's plr.n, loosens \ the - cough, relieves the lungs, cpsns un secretions and aids nature to r...

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

HEW YEAR, 1914 Fancy Goods, Station ery, Xmas Presents, Post Cards, Castle maine Views, etc.^ E. & M. Vale Have just opened up a Large Stock of Christmas Goods, embracing amongst other novelties— Perfumery, Wallets, Handbags, Purses, Leather Goods, Ladies' Companions. AUTOGRAPH and POST CARD ALBUMS. CHINAWARE and GLASSWARE. THE QUALITY IS THE BEST. WE ARE IN A POSITION TO OFFER OUR GOODS AT PRICES THAT 3IUST APPEAL TO THE THRIFTY. SPECIAL EFFORTS MADE PLEASE THE CHILDREN. TO E. and M. VALE, B. and M. VALE MARKET SQUARE, CASTLE3IAINE. ilamma's going to wash me Baby's chirf oh-irni lies in itw soft ami lovely skin. To ner.ukc pnritv and (Irlivacy of skill health iu'0 Resona S'kin and So:-.]'. Washing v.i'li Korcrflia fc-'oip first takes ::-.vay nil impurity and dirt, t-hen tfoflour. lb.'.' skia colls and nety as a toniu upon the cali.de. so that the icily is streajfthcncil, snd tlio result- give- the soft Hco:» ot health that v.c- .-co in early youth. Nothing so p.'oaii.to- an...

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MR G. KERMODE ENGINEER OF PORTS AND HARBORS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

MR 6. KERMODE ^ EXGIXEER OF PORTS AXD HAR BORS. Many congratulations lvave been for warded to Mr G. Kermode, Engineer of Roads and Bridges of the Public Works Department, upon bis appoint ment as Engineer of Ports and Har bors, in succession to .Mr <C. W. Mac lean, who is retiring from the State service. Until the termination of the term for which leave of absence has boon granted to Mr Maclean, Mr Ker mode will be acting engineer. The salary uuached to the permanent posi tion is £700 a year. Mr Kermode, who is 40 years of age, received his early training as a pupil engineer in the Harbor 'branch of the State service. He afterwards became a municipal surveyor and engineer, and was then induced to return to the Public Works Department:- lie is a Master of Civil Engineering of the Uni versity cf Melbourne, and is regarded by the Public Works Department as one of its ablest professional officers,

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SCIENCE NOTES & NEWS A DRUG CURE FOR APPENDICITIS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 15 January 1914

j s CIENCE NOTES & NEWS A DRUG CURE FOR APPENDI CITIS. It is said ttyerc is. some hope that a safe alternative to the surgical treat ment of appendicitis will soon be avail able. Many physicians have though; that the inflammation of appendicitis thoutfh so acute and dangerous, ou^'ht to be susceptible to drugs.

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