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BOROUGH COUNCIL FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 January 1914
BOROUGH COUNCIL FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Borough Council took place last night, those present being the Mayor (Cr. Cornish), and Crs. Freeman, Mar tin, Law-son, Yandell, Taylor, and Ire: land. CORRESPONDENCE. The following letters were received: From Mrs. Alice Merriel, asking that the premises occupied by her as a private hospital be registered for a 'further period.—Referred to the Health Officer for report. From A. S. Chapman, secretary of Mt. Alexander Shire, stating that the present would be a favorable time for holding the m'onster picnic at the Glenluce and Vaughan mineral springs, postponed last year through inclement weather.—Council prepared to fall in with any arrangements that 'might be made. From A. Burnside, 011 behalf of the Winter's Flat Sparrow Club, applying for permission for members of the club to discharge firearms within the borough boundary. The object of the club, the correspondent stated, was the wholesale destruction of spar...
RIFLE SHOOTING. MINIATURE RANGE COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 January 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. JH.VIATURE RAXG-E COMPETITION. Tlio competition promoted by the lo cal Miniature Rifle Club, will com mence on Monday night, at the range, Market buildings, when the Fire Brig ade team are matched against the A.X.A. Considerable interest is being evok ed in these competitions as judging by the number taking part in practise during the past week, the matches will be fired with the utmost keenness for supremacy. Any person not a competitor, and the general public are cordially iuvii ed to attend the range while these i matches are in 'progress. I The teams to hand are : — A.X.A. team :—T. Arthur. T. Allan, junr., R. X. Chappol, R. W. Fisher, G. •Lane, J. O'Mullane, "W McMahon, 11. Roberts, W. Rees, J. Sands, A. Sclireck, H. Tingay. Fire Brigade :—W. Sincock, P. Bot ten, S. Leech, A. Metherall, \V. Yeats, G. Collicoat, H. Btirge, T. Kasmussen, T. Campbell, P. Williamson. On Wednesday night the fixture, is Manchester Unity v. A.X.A., Harcourr. The matches will start, at ...
ENTERTAINMENTS ROYAL HALL PICTURES. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 January 1914
entertainments — 1 ROYAL HALL PICTURES. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. I The star feature in an excellent pro I gramme at the Royal Hall to-night is entitled Nemesis Collects," one of the I best yet sent out by the ever-popular Vitagraph company; It is splendidly j arranged and portrayed; and holds the audience every minute it is on the screen. As the name indicates, it deals with the temporary success of a vil lain, but'his fall is sudden and terrible. The drama ajfoun&lt;ls iu> most exciting j scenes, and will be a firm favorite. Other pictures of more than average merit are Vengcance of Galora, Won at the Races, and After the Honeymoon, the latter being a sparkling comedy drama. A picture, Deer in Captivity, is very pretty and instructive, while, as usual, there will be some very lau ghable comics. The full programme is :—First >part —Pa Says (comic), Vengeance of Ga lora (AB drama, 1000ft), Deer in Cap tivity (scenic), Won at the Races (drama, 1000ft), That Wonderful Gamp (...
IRON QUOITS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 January 1914
TItOX QUOITS. The second aeries of Iron Quoit mat-! ches will take place on Foundation Bay at the beautifully shaded ends in j iron: of the Railway Hotel. This in- j teresting summer game is being quick ly revived, and with good trophies and cash prizes to compete for players are ! responding to the management's en-1 terprise in no dilatory manner, and, 1 needless to say, the game will soon be j up to the high standard of a few years J ago. The -winner of this match 'will j receive £2/2/ (donated by the promo ter), and the runner up 15/. Entries j close on Friday. January 23rd. at Mr j T. Hodsoirs saloon, and" the Railway j Hotel, the nomination being 1, . j
CAMPBELL'S CREEK RACE CLUB BOXING DAY MEETING. FINANCIAL STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 January 1914
CAMPBELL'S GREEK RACE CLUB i ■ . BOXING DAY MEETING. FINANCIAL STATEMENT. i A meeting of the Campbell's Creek j Race Club was held at Mr Bennetts' Standard Hotel on Thursday evening, ! the vice-president (Mr W. Stewart) be i ing in the chair. There was a. good j muster present. The secretary (Mr. Fred. Winkel mann) read a statement of the Boxing Day meeting, which showed the gate receipts slightly less than last year, but that expenses also were consider | ably lower. All other sources of re venue were about the same as previ ously, the total receipts for the day be [ ing close on £144. On top of the in I cidental expenses of the day, was the 10 per cent, charge on the gate money, which represented a cheque-of £7/13/, which was ordered >to be sent to the Mount Alexander Shire Council. The club had made various improvements to the ground preparatory to Boxing Day, and an extra account of over £21 was tendered in consequence, and this bill was deferred till the final meeting. This ...
HARGOURT FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION EXPORT OF FRUIT. REPRESENTATIVES IN LONDON. ACTION BY GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 January 1914
HARGOURT FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION . EXPORT OF FRUIT. XEPRESKSTATIVIS IN LONDON". ACTION 13Y GROWERS. 1 I -The fruitgrowers ox the Ilarcourt j ; district, in common with the fruit- J ; growing- districts, are keenly alive j \ (writes our correspondent) to tile | i'dcI- that the conditions pertaining' i - .to the export of fruit are not asj \ satisfactory as they might be, and, i I at the last meeting of the "Fjuit- &lt; | Powers' Association the members | 1 Pledged themselves-""to a levy of '.3d i | per case on 20,000 cases of fruit asj | their siare of the cost of sending j | a representative to London toj | watch their interests. j I 0a Monday night, at the monthly | | Meeting of the Victorian Orchard-j | ists' Co-operative Association, Mr! H -■ W. Smart, Secretary of the A-s-i H sociation, > who has lately returned «tom^ a trip to England, and the g| ^oatinent, consented to be present at t.he next meeting and relate his P^riences. Needless to say, the »tvtltgtowerij ai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 January 1914
WH OOP I KG C OUGH. ' Vy little bov had whooping cough I badly," says Mrs. A. Henderson, in? People's Store, 47 Elgen Road, .Moraingiou, X.z. "I tried several conga medicines without, any of ihom him any -ood, then 1 tried taamberlaiir's Cough Remedy and he sot immediate relief. Since then I oave always kept a boitle of this won ysriu! medicine bv me and recommend h to everyone." r Sold by Geo. Clark Bon, Wholesale Distributors.
HORSE AND VEHICLE WITHOUT CONTROL. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 January 1914
HORSE AND VEHICLE WITHOUT CONTROL. Albert Victor was charged on the in formation of Constable Lane, with lea ving a horse and vehicle ill the street, without proper control. Defendant, who pleaded guilty, said he was in a hurry, and ran into a shop in Barker street for half a minute. He did not attach a chain to the wheel of the vehiclp. The P.M. said the practice was a very dangerous one. A fine of 5/ was imposed. Andrew Sharp pleaded guilty to a similar offence. Constable Savage stated that at 2 p.m. on 31st lilt., defendant left his horse -and buggy standing in Barker street. The wheels of the vehicle i were unchained, and there was no per son in charge of the turnout. ] Defendant said he had lived 60 years in the-district, and was never in court j before. 'He simply ran into Ball and Welch's t0 get a parcel. Fined 5/.
SERIOR CADETS REGISTRATION NECESSARY, YOUTHS BORN IN 1900. THIS YEAR'S PARADES. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 January 1914
SERIOR CADETS 1 ' 'T ' ~ V I REGISTRATION NECESSARY, YOUTHS BORN IN 1900. THIS YEAR'S PARADES. With the advent ol tlic. new. year, the necessity for registration for military training- applies to those •reaching the age of M years during the year rjl l. By an advertisement in another column attention is di rected to the necessity o£ such re ! gistration, and therefore all lads horn in the year 1900 are liable for registration during the months ■ of January „ and February, and 1 any failinr to so register are liable to penalty of £10. The parades of the Senior Cadet Complies, which had >.een -sus pended to permit of the Senior Cadets having the full beneiit of the Christmas and New Year holi days, have been resumed, ancl the attendance at the first parade ot the year, held by A Company at the Orderly Room last night, was eminently satisfactory, and would tend to indicate that the arrears oi , drill, which- for the expended por tion of the current year has heen very small, would st...
NO LIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 January 1914
NO LIGHTS. Charles Horton pleaded guilty ro | driving a vehiclc along Barker street at 8 o'clock on the night of 30th De cember without having a light attach ed thereto. Defendant explained that he had been to Muckleford and was asked by the N.G. of the lodge to run him up to the lodge room, and he did so. The P/M. : You ran him up, and tl)e police ran you down. 'Mr Cornish : He is'lucky they did riot run him in. (Laughter.) Fined 2/, with 2/6 costs.
NEW SOUTH WALES TEAM. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 January 1914
Xfc)\V SOUTH WALES TEAM. j SYDVRV EViHni The New Souih Wales team which will play the Victorian eleven at Syd ney next week, will be as follows :— Trumper, Bardsley, Kellewav, And rews, Barbour. Macartney, Collins, Massie, Mailey, Folkard. and McKew, with Cody as emergency.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 January 1914
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Brown paper makes an excellent! "wadding^5 for carpets. To remove ink stains in cotton fab rics, app:y milk immediately. To remove fruit stums irom tlic ' hands, rub them with the juice of a tomato. l'astry dough should bn mixed with a wooden spoors after the water has been added. A little saltpetre added to tiic water in which ( u'. f!.&lt;\vc;s are kept will keep them fresh for a tortnight. To stop bleeding o? tue nose, a tea ' spoonful cf turpentine shoulu be drawn into the nostrils. Uncooked meat will bc.omc tainted if* alio wed to lie fiat on a dish in its own juice. It should be hung up. When putting- atvuhing very hot into glass vessels, stand t!" ni lip on a wet cloth, and the glass vv:ll not crack. When preparing onions, tin nips, and carrots for conking, cut across the • fibre, as this makes them more tender 1 when cooked. When boiling" potatoes put a tca spoonful of sugar -as v.cll as salt in the water. This does not give a sweet taste, but makes ...
CASTLEMAINE POLICE COURT (FRIDAY, JANUARY 16th.Before Mr A. Barlow, P.M. and Mr. A. F. Arkinstall, J.P. DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 January 1914
CA8TLEMAINE POLICE COURT / (FRIDAY, JANUARY 10th. Before Mr A. Barlow, PJM. and Mr. A. •F. Arkinstall, J.P. DEBT. A. S. Endall sued J. Rowe for the recovery of 10/ due for board and Aire of bicycle. Mr Newell, who appeared for the plaintiff, said since the issue of the summons defendant had forwarded a cheque, whfch, not being for the full amount, was not accepted. . The debt was proved by Mr Endall, and a verdict was recorded for the full amount, with 15/6 costs."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 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 Stoch of Christmas Goods, embracing amongst other novelties— Perfumery, Wallets, Handbags, Pnrses. Leather Goods, Latfics' Companions. AUTOGRAPH and TOST CAHD ALBUMS. CHINA WAKE and GLASSWARE. THE QUALITY IS THE BEST. WE ARE 15 A POSITION TO OFFER 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, CASTliMKE. Baby's chief charm Iie3 in his i soft and lovely skiti. To aequiro that purity ami delieaey of skin • health use Rexona Skin and Facial 0 Soap. &lt; Washing ',\ ith Rexona Soap first ■i, takes ;:i.\ny ail impurity and dirt, 1 then softens live skin colls and aci= _■ as a tonic njn>:i the cuticle, so tli.it, the olast icily is >trer.»tUe:K'd, and the result pivc* the soft bloom of $ health that v e see in early youth. /i Nothias so pro...
THE COUNCIL'S FINANCES COMPARED. WITH 1898. REMARKS BY CR. FREEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 January 1914
THE COUNCIL'S FINANCES ♦ COMPARED. WITH 1S9S. REMARKS BY CR. FREEMAN*. According &lt;o notice, the Mayor (Cr. Cornish- moved at last night's meeting of the Borough Council that a rate of 1/9 in the £ he struck; also a health rate of sixpence. 'Both motions were carried unani mously. j 'Before the motion for the health | rate was carried Cr. Freeman said tlur. ! he had taken the trouble to compare the position now with ISPS, the yea: : he had been elected to the council for lite first time. Then the position liadj been gradually forced on councillors that a shilling rate and equal to three- j pence in a health rate was not enough to keep the council going—they were j only living from hand to mouth. Now the general rate was 1/9, and there was a sixpenny health rate. This war one shilling more in rates than in 1S9S. This shilling gave the council an extra revenue of £1S00, but in spite of that they were no better off. There was no more free money, and the councillors might well...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 January 1914
TONES B R 0 Map anft Ironmongery Merchants ; BAEKER ST., CASTLEMAINE. Be«t cad Cheapest Place iy* ' of Building Materials au£ rf^ Ironmongery, Stoves, Grat« piecei, Timber, Roofing Iron s* ine said Ridgisg, Lime an4 V% Plaster, etc. ^ Also all kinds ol one-fir# q.. Stov83, including Andrew?' the Famous T.X.I,., and ^Newjr ite" Stoves, for which they BOLE AGENTS, and which i, L ■ Kt J. ~ -11 TT • "A "■favorit«" to all Houeewive^ It will pay those about to e;iv» Gs a call taiH Estimates givta for all kinds ol^ iajzs & Repairs. V -iz2±, 1 yourself I fioocl Ciim Boeohnra's Tills a speedy and permanent cure may be effected is najely tho lieiclit of folly. It you linvc lost your appetite or tl:c power to assimilate food lias become defective; if you buffer from bUionsn?g| flatulencc or other derangements of tlie digestive organs you will (jo yourself a real good tni.ii ii you tali© 5o!d everywhere in bo.-cj, price lOid. (36 pills) 1/11 (5b pills) &. 2/9 (J6S pills). GOT A ...