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BOWLING. THE CASTLEMAINE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

B'OWLING. | THE CASTLEMAINE CLUB, r \Hj Saturday afternoon six teams of! three players were formed, and a! sweepstaKe arranged. The fiual con- ; test was left to teams captained by T. j Odgers and W, Archdall, and was won ; ! by the former by one point, after an j | exciting Cinisiu | _ Deep sympathy was expressed dur I 'ng the afternoon by the bowlers for : I iheir very popular fellow player, Mrj | -Morion Van Hourck, who had during j jg i-'j'j morning received a telegram from i s| ^'"stsrn Australia, notifying -the sud-i * u-^n death of his brother, who has been i rrs.tiiug there. j 3 —

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

Rabbit Destruction FOIl BURIIO >Y WORK. IT LAYS Ol'T. STKE! CHE.VP. SIMP LK, EFFECTIVE. LAZEMOUT is largely used by the Government and loading landholders of Australia, railway lands, reserves, reservoir?, channels, and erab?^. merits. Lazemout destroys their harbor, success guranteed. Price. 46/ per drum of 4i gallons, eu train or boat, Melbourne, -araica contains S00 charges, sufficient to destroy ai! rabbits in "00 burrows, of 4g£ openings each. Price per gallon. 12 G. 5o lbs rock carbide is rec-i-. with each drum of Lazemout, price 12.. Lazemout is the best warrs^ adicator ever introduced to Australia. Saves your feed, and helps to fill bales and bags with wool and grain. Xo landholder is complete without a{ drum of Lazemout. Obtainable from our local agent. George Clark and Son, Castlemaiw: F. Fisher. Maryborough; II. T. Edwards, Sr. Arnaud: E. McKlrby. Dayles ord; A. F. Paten, Avoca; E. Jermyn.Ballara:; Oust and Scholes, Ararat. DiKtrili'.itn:!,' Agents for Victoria,— BROAB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

WAITED AKD GENEBAL, .W ANTED.—A capable cook. Apply, Mrs, Newell, Bull street. "IVAN-TED.—A general. Apply, Mrs. C. Beckingsa-le. Urquluin st. Y\TANTEJD.—A laundress, -good wages. Apply,-Benevolent Asylum. "WANTED."—A aigM vardsman, per manent. Apply, Castlemaine Be tievok-nt Asylum. WANTED.—Youth, to work iu store. Apply, Monday morning. Beckingsale and Sons. pOil SALE.—Newly calved cow, ' yo\ir*g and quiet. Apply, This Office. MUST SELI no further use, black mare. 5 years old. thick set. saddle or harness, trial. J. Beck. Farnsworrh strm, Cast tenia iae. POK fcALE.—Ji:ikr-r, smart, in good order, also sadd1?. and bridle. Apply. E. Davey. or \V. r, Williams" Coach Factory. J-fl STORY Repeats itself.—Place, u^ong Gully, Bemligo. Residence, «T. Jewel!, Esq., mining manager. Ro marks, per letter, New Year, 1911— "Your gas light is splendid"; New \ear, lyl4—"Tho light continues to give perfect service. "Want you -to fix in acetylene bath heater, and latest, electric acetylene attachmen...

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INTERSTATE CRICKET VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. VICTORIA DEFEATED. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

INTERSTATE CRIOKET _f VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. VICTORIA DEFEATED. .MELBOURNE, Saturday. The match, Victoria v. New South Wales, was concluded to-day, the vis itors winning by an innings and 59 runs. Scores :— XEW SOUTH WALES. First Innings 400 VICTORIA. First Innings .. ., 151 Second Innings. L. McXaugluon, b 'Massie .. 1 W. Cannon, c .McKew, b Massie . . 0 R. L. Park, c Bardsley, b Massie 3 W. Carkcek, b Cotter S W. Armstrong, b Cotter 0 E. V. Carroll, b Colter 25 F. Baring, c Mailey, b Kelleway . . 122 T. J. Matthews, stp McKew, b ■Mailev 27 J. Ryder, b tSellewav 1 H. Bracher, b Kelleway 0 W. Sewart, not out o Sundries 10 Total ..

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A SPIDER IN LOVE THE PERILS OF COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

A SPIDER IN LOVE ? '"X THE PERILS OK COURTSHIP; Mr W. P. Pycrait, whose work in connection with the zoolc>gica c e partment of the British ^"seun constitutes him a high autho on all matters relating to natural historv, makes some interesting re velations of the love habits of ■birds, beasts and iishes m his ''Courtship of Animals.1 V fact that strikes one when read in"- of the wav in which animals -vvoo is the difference in the re lationship of the sexes when mate hunger seizes the male and he goes in quest of his lady-love. In most cases it is not a mere question ot ask and have.. The ladies of Uie animal world do not appear to be palpitating -with anxiety lest their claims to a marital state should be overlooked. All the ardor would appear to rest with the male, ^ho pavs court to his chosen mate in a variety of ways. Sometimes it is a savage tour-de-force, at others he woes by strategy or brute force, or by show of gay and dazzling plumage, or a gift of song. In nearly all inst...

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THE Mount Alexander Mail MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 1914. ITEMS OF HEWS. Work is to be resumed to-day at tlie Foundry, and at the Woollen .Uall. These establishments have been closed ior ten davs to allow oi employes enjoying the holiday Reason. lit another column the Secretary! ?i \ Charities Carnival advertise^ t'Hat all accounts must be rendered j •to him not later than Saturday! Hext. ' ! A very old and muck respected lesident of landoit, in the person ol -Urs Ann Elizabeth Dixon, passed away on Friday night, at the adr ^ a need age of 75 years. The de ceased lady liad been sullerino-. from heart trouble for some time, but the end came suddenly. .She had lived at Yandoit, where her late husband had conducted a large general store, for over 50 years, and was greatly esteemed bv a large circle of friends. The funeral took place yester-day afternoon and was very largely attended. The re mains were interred in the Frank hntord Cemetery. The pallbearers were three grandsons, Ravmond, Fnc, and Ben. Howells, aud Messr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

TERRIBLE HEADACHES. "I am a bootmaker," writes Mr Frederick Miller, Great King .street, North Dunedin, !sT.Z., "and for many years suffered from terrible head aches ana irregularity of the bowels due to ray sedentary lifet After taking one box of Chamber lain's I was greatly benefited and they soon effected my cure. I'pon the slightest symptoms of constipa tion I take two or three tablets, which always set me right.1! Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distributors. Phineas lose, railway laborer, employed at Port Melbourne; was knocked down by a train on Sat urday morning-, and was taken to the Melbourne Hospital, where he .was treated ior slioclc, a scratched hand, and scalp wounds. Vose, who is 28 years of age, and resides in Collett street, Northcote, was crossing the railway line about 100 cards from the Clifton Hill station, to catch the train from .North F.itzroy to Melbourne when the ac cident occurred. Tenders close with the Depart ment of Home Affairs on Wednes day, Janu...

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NEW BOOKS, MAGAZINES, ETC [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

NEW BOOKS, MAGAZINES. ETC , llThe Inlander,'' a quarterly mag azine compiled and edited by the Rev. John Flvun, comes along to make us discover the greater part, geographically, at least, of the land we live in. The first num ber is to hand—an artistic camel silhouette covered number of 52 pages, with a score or so of unique and "beautifully printed photo graphs depicting life as it is lived in the inland places that are a hun dred or two hundred miles from anywhere, and where the sickly and pampered sentiment of the citv is an alien thing.

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AIRSHIPS BUILDING. FIVE FOR GERMANY. BERLIN, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

AIRSHIPS UULLDIXG. FIVE FOR GERMANY. BERLIN", Saturday. Five Zeppelin airships of different sizes are being constructed at Fried richsliaven, and a small array of engi neers and workmen are employed. Two of the airships are destined for the German army, two for t.he navy, and the fifth is for a passenger ser vice.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. — ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Saturday. Among the arrivals in tlie Bay lo-day Rotomohana from Luunceivon. Sunday. Loongana from Launcesion; Oonah ^froni Devonpori; Fazilka frani Cal iiomta; Star of India from Now York.

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TANGO CRAZE ABATES. SOCIETY LEADERS CONDEMN. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

TANGO (HAZE ABATES. T society leaders condemn. london, Saturday There are signs -that tie tango dance craze is abating. Leaders 01 society a-re condemning it as "the dance of moral death," and it is barred at dances in the West End. It is also distinctly less popular ar music halls, and a minuet has replaced it at the Trocadero and other restaur ant s.

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVA TIONS. The following readings are supplied :)y Mr. Max Piucus, of Market Square. The readings are for the 24 hours jrior to 5 p.m. each clay. THERMOMETER. Highest Highest Lowest Sun. Shade. Shade. Saturday 121 SI 14 Sundav 107 SG 5-1 BAROMETER. Sauirday .. l\S.7i< steady, Sunday .. 2S.77 steady. The official forecast, for to-day is Fine; \v a r m e in I > c r a i u r e s.

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GAS EXPLODES. BOY BLOWN UP. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

<US EXPLODES. — BOY BLOWN UP. LOXDOX. Saturday. wiuie a Doy :was standing in the street over a manhole at Brixton, an explosion of gas occurred. The boy rcas 'Mows on top of a lamppost, and, in falling, had one of his legs broken. The manhole cover was ihrown on to ill'' top of a house, while the win dows in the vicinity were smashed and the pavement broken.

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EVENING WORK UNPROFITABLE. EDUCATIONAL EXPERT'S VIEWS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

i:yi;mxg work unprofitable, EOUCATIO.Y.-VL EXPERT'S VIEWS. .LONDON. Saturday. At the Teachers' Conference yester day. Mr Winch, a member of the Board of the Loudon University, stated that evening educational work .was com paratively unprofitable. If the education of lads, he added, who iiad left school was to be con tinued by'evening study, their hours of labor during the day .must be con siderably reduced.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

AMUSEMENTS, ETC. To-night AT THE Royal Picture Hall 3I0NDAY, WEDNESDAY, AM) SATURDAY. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. THE FOR BID-DSN WAY, 2000 feet. Dress Circlc, 1/ ; Body of Hall, 6d. Children under 12,' liaU-pnce. COMING 10 THE ROYAL HALL OA' FRIDAY NEXT. "FROJl 31ANUER TO CROSS." (Repeated owing to numerous re quests). MONDAY, RJtli in si. "LIFE IN IRELAND." Great scenic and instructional film, 7000ft in length. Prices :—Dress Circle, 1/; bodv of liall, 6d. — ■ ~~ - i Castlemaine Technical! Schdol ! IfO. 20. Students enrolled for the fourth term FOR ART & SCIENCE SUBJECTS. Intending students are advised to take course subjects, in preference to single subjects, including :— Surveying, Engineering, Mining Assaying, Metallurgical, Chemists', Architects, And General Draughting. All particulars obtained from C. W. Steiner, the principal, or by letter addressed to— GEO. CHASTER, Registrar.

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TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. * j _ ( Annear, J. 0. 109 ^acon Factory 105 Baker, Percy . ... 39 Baldwin, Wm. . 65 Ball & Welch Pty. Ltd 65 Barlow, A., P.M. Hunter street 74 Bassett Bros., Templeton street. .. 97 Bayley, E. J. .. .. .. T - .. 12 Bean, Albert B .. ..10 Beckingsale, G,, and Sons .. .. 6 Beckingsale, Herbert .. .. Ill Benevolent Asylum 40 Best, Newell and Lawsou .. .. 48 Best, P. K. .. 99 Borland, D.. M 103 Brotherton, Mrs. J., 88 i Brown, D. O .. .. 64 i Butler, W. M. .„ 107 ; I , Carter and Amos 30 I Carter and Cowling 84 i Castlemaine Butter Company .. 19 I Castlemaine Gas Co., Ofllce & Works 16 i Castlemaine Woollen Co., Ltd. .. 75 : Clark and Son 8 ! Clydesdale Hotel (E. O'Brien) .. 114 Coffee Palace ...... .. .. .. 87 | Cooper, Walter .... 90 j Corbel, P. 57 Cornish, »S. M .. 46 Castlemaine Fire Station .. 23 Council Club Hotel 73 Court House .. 82 Cowan, J. 52 Crawford's Corner Hotel .. .. 108 Crowder, A. ..28 I Cumberland Hotel 56 Dam, W. V 94 Dunstan, W. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

Child Lay and Cried with Pain. Itching Dreadful, Unable to Sleep, Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Clear of Skin Trouble, MartonJ N. Z.—"My littlo brother's head came out in a sort of rasli and bad festered heads and the hair began to fall out, in fact ho had two bald spots, not a hair to be seen. He. suffered from this trouble for. about eighteen months, and I ruhbed the Cuticura Ointment on the bald patches and within ten days the hair was growing, and now I am pleased to say the "" A&iriSrs~i£i6ac;Spnt8IS the other. The poor little fellow, used to lteiu bed and cry with the pain; and the itching waa dreadful*and he was unable to sleop. We had tried other remedies, ointments and lotions, etc., bub of no uso. bitt since using Cuticura Ointment and!. Soap ho has been I clear of any sort of skin trouble. I used to rub the Cuticura Ointment, on my brother's head and then wash It with tho Cuticura Soap. . . . "When I know of.anyone who is suffering from anything of tho satiio o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

For Christmas and New Year Novelties COME TO HAYES AX1) HAltlUS' Ladies' Bags, in all tlie newest shapes from 2/11 upwards. Fancy handkerchiefs, in boxes, a nice Xmas 'present, from 1/11 box. Gloves.A fine range of the newest colorings. _'5. SAMPLE BLOUS 108 AND 30 SAM PLE COSTUMES, Bought ai a big discount from a leading manufacturer. Blouses in Crepes, Delaines, and Siiks, from o/G the blouse. Costumes in crepe, voiles, and liiiene, from S./G the costume. A fresh display of Xmas Millinery and ready-to-wear hats. Hayes and Harris THE HOUSE FOB QUALITY AM) SOLID VALUE. Pbone 10(5. Value in Cutlery The Christmas season always lays bare your needs in Table Cut lery—if they exist at all. So we want you to know, in good time, that if you are likely to require any additional Knives and Forks, or a pair of Car v. ers, or Spoons and Forks, we can give you the very best possible value, and guaranteed quality. Our Season's re quirements have .iust arrived by mail steamer Macedonia, direct fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

| A SAFE REMEDY j FOB ALL SKIN AM) BLOOD DISEASES. CXiARKES'S BL000 MIXTURE. THE FINEST BLOOD PURIFIER EVEB DISCOVEBED. I It is warranted to cleanse the blood from all impurities, irom whatever cause arising. SCROFULA, BAD LEGS, SCURVY, BLOTCHES, - ECZEMA, BLACKHEADS, BLOOD JPOISON, SPOTS, ULCERS, PIMPLES, SKIN AND BLOOD DISEASES, And SORES OF ALL KINDS. We have seen hosts ol letters from 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 "aaixot be too highly estimated, since it cleanses and clears the blood liom 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 : —"It is certainly the best blood purifier that science and skill have brought to light, and we can vith the utmost confidence recommend it [to our subscribers and the public j' generally " j^RIE...

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MARRIAGE DIFFICULT. EUGENIC LAW OPERATES. MANY LOVERS FOILED. NEW YORK, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914

MARKI.ua: DIFFKTI/r. 1 LTGLX1C LAW OPERATES. .MANY LOVERS FOILED. A? a ru.suIt of the eugenic marri:\ge law in Wisconsin. which requires the medical examination of both appli cants for a license becoming operative with the new year, the State officials were besieged on Y\'ednesday until midnight by a crcwd of persons seek ing permits in order to evade the Act. Those who were unsuccessful in ob taining licenses intend to get married in neighboring Stares, where the laws arc less strin^eat. i

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