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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 21 January 1914

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVA TIONS. " Sft'-" 1 In 1 ■' — 1 The following readings are supplied by Mr. Max Pincus, of Market Square. The readings are for the 2-4 hours prior to 5 p.m. each day. THERMOMETER. Highest Highest Lowest Sun. Shade. Shade. Tuesdav .. .. 28.93 stoadv. BAROMETER. Teusday 131 79 .r>0 The official forecast for to-day is Pine generally.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 21 January 1914

To-da^1 ^o-ciLs&isr THE BARGAIN WHIRL CONTINUES AT Hayes and Harris' Summer Sale LADIES AM) GENTS, EXTRAORDINARY SAVINGS ON YOUR SUMMER WEARING APPAREL. SB/3slcL Mas?3?iB TIIE HOUSE FOR QUALI TY AND SOLID VALUE. Phone 106, The Fruit Season JS NOW WITH US, AND BOTTLING WILL BE IN FULL SWING FOR THE NEXT FEW WEEKS. DO YOUR JABS WANT RENEWING, OR EXTRA ONES REQUIRED, IF SO £a,:s3L«S. COWMSTG Can supply all tiiat is wanted in Jelly Jars, Jam Jar*, Covered Jars, Mason Jars, Spare Lids, Spare Kings, Bottling Wax, Alnmininni, Enamel led and Copper Preserving Pnns. CALL AND INSPECT OUR LARGE STOCK. CARTER and COWLING UNIVERSAL IRONMONGERS. AUCTIONEERS' NOTICES. Adams and Blakeley AUCTIONEER & ESTATE AGENTS ^Oldest Established Firm (20 years*. ! (F. V,. Adams, Auctioneer and Sworn , Valuator). \ HOTEL AND SHARE BROKERS, I STOCK & FARM SALES-MEN, INSURANCE, MACHINERY, and GENERAL" COMMISSION AGENTS FARMS, ORCHARDS, HOUSES, FOR SALE & TO LET. RENT COLLECTORS. RE...

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LONDON WOOL SALES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 21 January 1914

L02iD0>" WOOL SALES. ^ LONDON, Monday. The London wool sales were contin ued to-day, wlien the market was firm tor all sorts. Yorkshire buyers ivere competing strongly to-day.

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ENGLISH HEAVYWEIGHTS IN ACTION. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 21 January 1914

ENGLISH HEAVYWEIGHTS IX ACTION. LONDON. Monday. At the National Sporting Club, to night, Dennis Haugh and Dick Smith, two heavyweights, were matched for the best of 15 rounds. The result was a victory ou points for Haugh.

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BUSH FIRE AT MOOLORT DUNSTAN BROS. HEAVY LOSERS FOUR HUNDRED ACRES OF GRASS. NEWSTEAD, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 21 January 1914

BUSH FIRE ATMOOLORT I , ,g> | DUNSTAN BROS. HEAViY LOSERS | FOUR HUNDRED ACRES OF §| GRASS. § NEWSTEAD, Tuesday. A fire broke out on the farm. of J-' Punstan Bros., Moolort, yesterday. A sironj southerly wind was blowine at the time, which iu ; creased the diilicult of the iire \ fceaters. i It is alleged that the outbreak ■was caused by the grass in Dun stan's holding catching fire from the burning: on on the railway line. The wind carried the flames with great rapidity through the pro perty in the direction of the home stead, ana great difficulty was ex IK'riciiced in saving the buildings and stacks. Four hundred acres of grass was totally destroyed. Messrs Dunstan Bros, are heavy losers, ancf will be compelled to dispose of a fiock of sheep that were recently purchased. The fire entered the holdings of .Messrs Barkla Bros, and Mr J. % Somer, doing considerable damage to the gTass. | - 1 11 1 ~*~ I Serious complaints regarding § overwork have been made by the I sorters at the S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 21 January 1914

£ SASE BEMEDY j FOB, ALL SKIN AND BLOOD DISEASES. CXbARKE'S BLOOD MIXTURE THE FINEST BLOOD PURIFIER EVER DISCOVERED. It is warranted to cleanse the blood from all impurities, from whatever cause arising. SCROFULA, BAD LEGS, SCURVY, BLOTCHES, ECZEMA, BLACKHEADS, BLOOD POISON, SPOTS, ULCERS, PIMPLES, SKIN AND BLOOD DISEASES, And SORES OF ALL KINDS. We have seen hosts of 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 "aaxxot I be too highly estimated, since it ! cleanses and clears the blood from r all impurities, and restores it to I its normal condition." This is a good testimonial from the "Family j Doctor," the popular medical week- j i ly, which goes on further to say : ' —"It is certainly the best hloud purifier that science and skill have brought to light, and we can >*ith ! the utmost confidence recommend it j to our subscribers and the public j g...

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ENERGETC COUNCIL EMPLOYEE CLEANSING THE LAW. INSPECTOR OF POLICE AND CLERK OF COURTS HOSED. A MALDON INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 21 January 1914

energetc council mm CLBA'XSIXG THE LAW. IXSPEC'TOR OF POUrCE AND clerk OF COURTS HOSED. A MALDOX IXC1DE.NT. ,t tjj0 >lahlon Police Court on Mou ' afterncon (writes our local cor a young man 11 a me 6 i^Leod charged wiih behaving in y^'offensimanner in Main street on the iust * According to the evidence of Inspec tor Jones and Mr F. "\V. House (Cleric 0f Courts), 1 hey were walking across tlie road when they got the full force of the hose turned on theiy. The In spector was drenched, but his com- I panion 'was more fortunate. On being spoken to, the defendant, -ivho 's iu lil° employ of the Shire Council watering the streets, said the ■incident was an accident. The defendant said that he was tur ning on a tap, and did not notice the I officers, and when he saw that he had i done wrong he apologised. It was a I pure accident. j The Bench, comprising .Messrs. Bar- J \ow, V.M., and Elliott. J.P., imposed a J fee ot 5/, with 4/10 costs. j

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TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 21 January 1914

1 lT!,Ei*HOi\E EXCHANGE. I Annear, J. 0. .. «. 109 Racon Factory 105 Baker, Percy . ., ... .. .. "29 Baldwin, Wm. 65 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 .. 90 Borland, D. M 103 i Brotherton, Mra. J., 88 Brown, D. O 64 Butler, W. M. ., 107 Carter and Amos .. ... ... .. 30 I Carter and Cowling .. 84 Castlemaine Butter Company .. 19 [ Castlemaine Gas Co., Ofllce & Worlss 16 | CastlemaineWoollen Co., Ltd. ... 75 I Clark and Son 8 , Clydesdale Hotel (R. O'Brien) .. 114 Coffee Palace 87 Cooper, "Walts? .. . s .... .. 90 | Corbel, F. 57 Cornish, S. M 46 , Castlemaine Fire Station ... 23 iCouucil Club Hotel .. .. ..73 Court House 82 Cowan, J 52 Crawford's Corner Hotel .. .. 108 Crowder, A ... ..28 j Cumberland Hotel ... .. ... .. 56 I Dam, W. Y. ... .....

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CASTLEMAINE GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 21 January 1914

* CASTLEMAINE GOSSIP i Pi ' jqfl 13lr "ZEKLB." "ZeUe crop' up quite unbeknown, An' peeked in thru' the The recent letters from Old Resi dents 1 and 2 besmirching their own town and Borough Council, •with mud are not likely to colll~ mend themselves to the majority of the townspeople. Destructi\e clit ics will alwavs have a pla,ivd their fault-finding-, and the critic, providing1 lie sticks to facts, is a salutary force in a "community. !When, however, lie becomes malig nani, it is well to remind him that the town to which ije. owes so much is not likely to be advanced by being held .up to unjust ridicule to the rest of the community. It is a poor bird that fouls its own nest. A more inopportune time could not have been found for such mud-slinging. The remarks by Cr. Freeman on the Council's lin ances and his interesting compar ison of the position now, with •what obtained in the year 1S98, must have commended themselves to every thoughtful ratepayer. Cr. Freeman thoroughly explained...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 21 January 1914

WAITED AXD GENESAI WANTED.—General, good wages, nurse kept, no washing. .Mrs. Th'A'aiic-s. Apply, Miss Murdoch, Hall street. WANTED—A useful girl. No wash ing. Miss Curiewis, Mosryn street. ^yANTBD.—Boys and girls. Apply, a: once. Woollen 3!ill. ANT ED.—Youth, to learn hairdres sing. Apply, at once. T. Hodson, Barker street. J^OST.—Irish terrier do jr. answers 10 the name of Ginger, good re ward. Detainer prosecuted. Haymar ket Hotel TOST.—Lady's gold ring, initials, E.M.C. Reward. Apply, This Of fice. J^OST.—Black cocker spaniel, ans wers to the name of Pete. Any one detaining will get into trouble. Re ward, A. Barlow, P.M., Hunter street. pOR SALE.—Lease and ingoing boarding house, directly oppo site new railway workshops, Bendigo; splendid opportunity. Particulars. .Airs Micaelsen, 44 Lucan street, Bendigo. pUR SALE.—Horse, buggy and har ness (separate if required). Ap ply. This Office. pOR SALE.—White leghorn pullets, . also 33. Orpington and Pekin cacks, good laying strains. Gn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 21 January 1914

IT NEVER FAILS. "For years we bave been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," says .Mr. iH'erbert H. Woodhead, Wentworth, N.S.W. "'We have six children and never use anything else for the treat ment of coughs, co!and bronchial complaints, I cou:kU.-ntly rocom 1 ChanuerlahiV- Oough Remedy to .veryone, more especially to par ent, v.'ho 'like myself havo young children's health -to safeguard. 'It never fails to give relief in all cases." Sold by Geo. Clark aud Son, Whole sale Distributors. HAT, 1IAY, HAY. CHAFF, CHAFF, CHAFF. The very best quality and the lowest price. G. J. Kotsiakos CAMP, NEAR SHERIFF'S BRIDGE. Only tlie primest qualities bought, and customers can depend 011 receiv ing the best every time. A TRIAL SOLICITED. NOTE THE ADDRESS— G. J. KOTSIAKOS, Market Square, Castlemaiuo. A MODERN REMEDY. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs ana Colds gets to tlie root of tlie trouble and gives per- j feet relief. Price, 1/6 and 3/ everywhere. Geo. Claik and Son, wholesale distributors....

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MINING INTELLIGENCE, Mr. J. T. Garin reports: — [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 21 January 1914

MINING INTELLIGENCE, .Mr. J. T, Garin reports : — Spring Gully.—31Sft level, 2S0t't. South—Put. up rise on loot wall oi Spring Gully reef lOCt; total, 37Cl ; Hat make of stone in east side o£ rise 21"t thick, and dipping south; stone heav ily mineralised. This is apparently Thomson's stone. In top of rise above slide 5ft of promising looking stone. 2-iOft level, 193ft south, along Thomson's wali—Extended crosscut east 12ft; total, 32ft. Thomson's stone l'f; thick, mineralised. 150ft in level, and 30ft in east crosscut—Sunk winze on indicator Oft: total, 17ft; cut'spurs 2in thick: snotty speck of god seen. Will open out on both spurs. HOt"c in s:iGio level—Opened out and driven crosscut east on spur that showed nice cclors of gold. Spur 2in thick in face. 200ft level, 130ft north, and 20 f; up Xo. 3 rise—Extended north in termediate along Thomson's slide 7ft; ;ocal, 201ft; slide over back of level. 170ft in level,—Extended crosscut east on footwall; spurs, -1ft; total, 12ft; taken st...

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THE Mount Alexander Mail WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1914. ITEMS Of NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 21 January 1914

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. This morning at 11 o'clock there   will be an informal meeting of the Borough Council for the purpose of meeting and welcoming representa tives of the Eureka Terra Cotta and Tile Co. During the proceed ings the Council will he presented with a statuette made from Castle maine clay. The Chairman of Directors (Mr Sutton) and the Sec retary (Mr Miller) are certain to be present, and probably will be accompanied by other directors.     They will be very pleased to meet leading citizens and investors at the Cumberland Hotel both before and after the Council meeting, and yesterday a number of leading in vestors announced their intention of interviewing them. The Foundry Band have rehears ed a special programme for their promenade concert in the Gardens to-night. Special mention may be made of the American fantasia, "In Coonland," which was highly ap preciated at last Saturday night's concert, and the cornet...

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SENSATIONAL TRAGEDY HOSPITAL PATIENT'S DESPERATE ACTS. JUMPS 25ft FROM BALCONY. CUTS THROAT WITH BROKEN BOTTLE. DIVES HEAD FIRST INTO OLD SHAFT. HOSPITAL MATRON'S PLUCKY CONDUCT. MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 21 January 1914

SENSATIONAL TRAGEDY ,—,—f HOSPITAL PATTEXT'S DESPERATE ACTS. JUMPS 25ft FROM BALCONY. CUTS THROAT WITH BROKEN BOTTLE. D'FVES HEAD FIRST INTO OLD SHAFT. HOSPITAL .MATROX'S PLUCKY CONDUCT. MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. Oiio of the most sensational and tragic incidents that liia occurred here for many years took place yesterday morning, resulting in the death of Mr William McKindley, a well-known and popular resident of Barker's Creek. 'McKindley, who was just 35 years of age, was admitted to the hospital last Friday evening, suffering from a de-- pression oT spirits bordering on mel-- ancholia. 'He was apparently on the highway to recovery, but yesterday morning dispelled the hopes entertain- ed for his restoration to 'health. He was served with breakfast in bed, he being in one of the upstairs wards. While he was having break fast the nurse attended to another pa-- tient near at hand, and seizing his op portunity McKindley sprang from his 'bed and rushed past the nurse and gained tho "balcony...

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WOMEN'S BUDGET FASHION NOTES AND HOME HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 22 January 1914

WOMEN'S BUDGET FASHION .NOTES AND HOME HINTS. Just now one's thoughts seem to j turn.to bathing gowns. 1 saw such a becoming one last week; it was of black satin (Ho man satin), and under the tunic a striped skirt and short knickers. - The square neck •was -bordered with a deep band of, satin in cerise and the belt corres ponded.^ i * * * ■* There is a new conceit in the mat ter of head-dresses, which tend for theatre and reception wear to be come more and more elaborate. The latest suggestion is a cliin strap of jewels to match the tone of the costume, thus tonq'uoise mat rix on blue, amethysts on purple, while cleverly cut "lass may take the place of the real stones. The whole falls from a deep band of velvet or satin, outlined with dia mante (or real stones if a diamond chain is among the possessions oi the wearer). The effect is most be coming either on straight or wavy hair. * * * * "Sausage Brown" is anions the new colorsv and in velvet is most popular for the little frock, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 22 January 1914

WANTED AM)GENEEAt. \VAXTED.—Girl assist housework, sloop home. Mrs Herbert, cor iv:r Hull and Barker street. Y\TANTED.—A useful girl. No wash '' j ni?. Miss Curie wis, Mostyn etrcc-t. ^VASTIiO. -Hoys and girls. Apply, " at once. Woollen Mill. ipoR SAl-E.—-Horse, buggy and liar-: -*• ness (separate if required). Ap ply, Tliis Office. rpo LET.—Bootmaker's shop and re- | sidenee. at Harcourt; no opposi- I pon; splendid opportunity smart man. | Apo!}', J- inside. Harcourt. j YTASTE PAPER FOR SALE; Clean; ' ' Cheap. Apply, Mail Office. pOC-KKD MEATS and Choice Dain ties, best quality small goods, etc., at Woodward's. Fresh daily Photie S5. mHE machine you will eventually bur. Nulder's perfected systsn of sas fighting. Whitest and softest of licMs. lightest in upkeep. Machines from" 6 to 5000 lights. Kennedy street FYES1G-HT Specialist and expert optician. Have your eyes pro perly tested by Max Piticus, whose grra-t experience and skill will ensure your getting proper glasses and suit abl...

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DROWNED IN LAKE WENDOUREE LITTLE BOY OF EIGHT YEARS. BALLARAT, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 22 January 1914

orowhed in lake wenoouree nj 1 1 iTi —1 " " LITTLE J30Y OF EIGHT YEARS. BALLARAT, Wednesday. Frank Collins, aged eight years, ■whoso parents reside in Laurie street, pallarat Kast, fell into Lake Wendou ree t'^s afternoon, and was drowned. Every effort was made by the boy's ocmipanions to reach him, and eventu ally deceased was brought to the sur face by a young man named George Johnson. Dr. Kelly, who was sent for, pro nounced life extinct. Early yesterday morning- George Jones, 73, of Underwood (Tas.)i u-ent into the garden with a gun to shoot birds in the fruit trees. A report was heard, and he was •found dead, the gun having acci dentally exploded.

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A DAY AT HONOLULU A DELIGHTFUL SPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 22 January 1914

A DAY AT HONOLULU i A DELIGIIXFL'L vrpQi jf§§~ (By ''Bluelight.") The island has been sighted daylight, and on coming on A after breakfast we find, our su-? -: close up to the entrance it ^ • coral reef which, guards tb> k : The entrance is very narrowL^' not look more than 200 yards-3:n: each side is marked with hulls ^3 old wrecked vessels which L? come to srief there in bad \vt-a%': A heavy white surf is dasU; against the outer reef, but : water inside is as smooth as .?? proverbial mill pond, and so that when our steamer pulls near the wharf to wait lor $X~ " medical officers' inspection we j~i: •' see the iish disporting down. k-V,''. Then the long grey shape oi ,r shark comes iloating lazily alQ!-i:; and there is a general scatter!-; - the small fry. Uut the native seem to have no fear oi the shat^: and in a .few minutes _ there ffy ; dozens oi them swimming out the steamer, and shouting to it passengers to throw coins overjp - them to dive for. As the ' officer's boat coni...

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MISS ELLEN TERRY. AUSTRALIAN LECTURE TOUR. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 22 January 1914

MISS ELLEX TEliliY. I i AUSTRALIAN LECTURE TOUR. LONDON'. T'i:is.!iv It is announced thai Miss Ellen Torr.v (Mrs. James Care.w), tl,c famous English actress, is about. to make a Shakespearian lecture tour c*f Austra lia and New Zealand. The tour will open at Melbourne in April. For having- fish under the stand-i -atd woi-^kt in his possession, Stan ley Doxtord was, at the Tarm.<xulla Court of Petty Sessions vesterday, fined £2, with 14/6 cos's. Con stable Laroehe, _ local -nsvector under the Fisheries Act, was the prosecutor.

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BOWLING. MALDON V. CASTLEMAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 22 January 1914

BOTYLBTG. .MALDOX V. CASTLEMAIXE. iiuve teams from Maldon visited, ".he Casilemaine- green on Wednesday; afternoon, and a very pleasant game S rsiwkeQ hi favor of the local players j •>>'_?. large majority. j The scores were as follow :— ! Cas;iC!iiaine. "Mai don. i Heurck 26 v. Uren, 23. 5 iu'-.sinusson go v. Baxier 22. ! eo;,va:! :i;( v. Harding 18. i ratals :—Casilemaine. 100; Maldon, i '3-1 ' i

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