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CASTLEMAINE V. EAGLEHAWK CADETS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

CASTLE.MAJ.YE V. EAGLEHAWK | CADETS. The following team will represent Casdemaine Cadets (A Company), in a match against Eaglehawk Cadets on Monday Stoneman. L. Rasmussen, F. Gifrson. J. P. C. Jones, D. Todd, J. Caldwell, C. Odgers, -"W. "Wa'dsworth, ■Cogley u'i, P. Banfield, F. Duggan. j Players are requested to notify the I secrotary if unable to go.

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ENTERTAINMENTS VERNE'S VAUDEVILLE CO. TOWN HALL—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

ENTERTAINMENTS o VERNE'S VAUDEVILLE CO. T 0 \V.\ 11A L!,—TO-XIGHT. Mr Cecil Verne and his vaudeville entertainers opened a two-night season in the Town Rn\\ last night. The audience was a very disappointing one, but the entertainment provided was c: an unusually attractive nature, and won unstinted applause. Those who attended received full value l'or (their money, and should serve as good I advertisements for to-night, when the I company will again show with an en-! itirely new programme. The items) were all first-class. but particular mention must be made of Chas. Pit man, ragtime musician, Billy .Maloney, a wonderfully clever comedian, and the Two V's, whose patter and liar- . niouy were productive of much laugh ter. The other artists were Alice Baptist, sopramo; Harry Coyle, quaint comedian; Viola Woods, singer and dancer; and Vivie PoAvers, soubrette.

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MOTOR CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

.MOTOR CYCLING. 0:;e of the machines that received particularly favorable comment at the recent Olympia Show was the 1914 mode! B.S.A. motor cycle with three speed countershaft gear, and 550 e.c. iftVui Vr\c popularity that this fine i machine has secured in Australia and } 'Xew Zealand. The B.S.A. gear box contains the multiple disc clutch, as 'ive.U as the gear, and is quite on car lines. The shafts all run on ball bearings, tiie clutch contains 37 disc plates, and is controlled by foot lever, This new model is supplied either I wiUi ail chain enclosed in dust-proof j case or with chain-cum-helt drive with | S-inch belt pulley on to a ]6 inch trim. ! Another very important innovation of the B.S.A. Co.. is the fitting of a new form of helical liner inside the main vtilits, "which has been patented by them. The effect of this liner will be to add enormously to the strength of the frame tubes, and also to ease off, hi the same way as a spiral spring does, the shocks and stresses to w...

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MINES REGULATION AMENDMENT BILL DISCUSSION IN LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. MR LAWSOX EXPLAINS AMENDMENTS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

MINES REGULATION AMENDMENT BILL DISCUSSION IX LEGISLATIVE AS SEMBLY. M'R LAWSOX EXPLAIXS AMEND j MEXTS. MELBOURXE, Thursday. Alterations by the Council in the .Mines Regulation Amendment Act gave rise to some discussion in the Legis lative Assembly to-day. Mr II. S. W. Lawson (Minister for Lands) stated that the amendments made by the Council were ten in num ber. Some of these were not of much importance, and it was desirable that, in order that, no unnecessary delay might take place in getting the measure on the Statue Book. that these should ibe accepted. Other am endments might be considered more vital. Discussion chiefly centred in the proposal of the Council that clause G7 of the bill should be omitted. Tluu clause provided that, the wages or salaries of mining employes should be the first, charge on plant, or machinery under hire or loan. It was contended that the omission of the clause from the measure would do away with one of the safeguard" which the unions had that they wo...

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IMPORTANT TO EVERY WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

I I l IMPORTANT TO EVERT WOMAN. j MRS. M. P. STEWART, of the Head Quarters staff of "The Ladies' College of Health," 46 Elizabeth street, Mel bourne, will visit Castleiriaine on Wednesday. -Itli, and Wednesday, 11th February, and may be consult ed at tlie Cumberland Hotel 'Iroin 10-30 a.m. till G p.m. Every woman who is a victim _oi ill-Health, or who is threatened with a critical operation, and every "woman ^ho is disappointed in her desire to fill the noble mission of motherhood, should seek the skilful advice of Mrs Stewart, who is the only lady visiting Castlemaine authorised io supply Dr. J D. .M. Coouley's celebrated Orange Lily j Home Treatment. ' Those who cannot call personally are invited to send 2d. for postage to Dept. 5, Ladies' College of Health, 46 Elizabeth street. Melbourne^ for a free copy of "Woman's Guide to Health," book which every woman should possess. Melbourne Limited Express arriv-i ia Sydney nearly an hour latej vwerday. The lieaw raisin made i tbi water m...

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BUSINESS NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

BUSINESS NOTICES. So well do Hayes and* Harris cater for all keen buyers, tliey have trained a. reputation as givers of en tire satisfaction. Tliey are just completing- their second successful business year, and to celebrate this event they are giving away electro plated "brushes or dress baskets for every £1 worth of goods purchased. This has been greatly appreciated by both the regular an/1 new cus tomers. Their window display has some startling reductions.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

WHOOPIXG COUGH. •l>y 11>".]i.' boy had whooping: cough ;;;r.v badly," s;\ys Mrs. A. IlemlersuH. 'h- I'eupKs Siorc, IT Kljieu Road. on. X.Z. "I tried several co'agh medicines without any oi them p?lu5 iiim auv -rood, then 1 tried '-iiamberlain's ciuisii Remedy and he pt immediate relief. Since Uien 1 "aT? always kept a bottle of this won utrful medicine by mo and recommend to everyone."' Soul by Geo. Clark Son, Wholesale Distributors.

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DREAM STOPS FIRE. NIGHTMARE PROVES REALITY. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

DREAM STOPS FIRE® . — ——1 — I NIGHTMARE PROVES REALITY. SYDNEY. Thursday. But for the dream of Miss D. Brown, who was sleeping in the Montana Hotel, at the corner of King and Sus sex streets the whole block of 'build ings might have been destroyed by tire early this morning. Miss Brown dreamt that the kitch en of the hotel was 011 fire, and woke up. She found that the premises of J. Bloomfield, ship chandler and hard ware merchant, at the rear of the ho tel, were actually alight. Owing to the prompt alarm, the fire men were able to prevent an exten sion of the fire. The damage to Bloom fields' premises is estimated at up to :£ 10,000.

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B. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

B. GRADE. -TV ftMUves are .-—Woollen Mill v. ,,7,;,.,.,. GuUdiord v. Caitlomaine; SSd V. Barker's Creek.

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SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. DISTRICT COMPETITIONS. TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. A. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

SPORTING NEWS c1ucket. district competitions. TOOlOBliOIY'S MATCHES. a. grade. The competition will .be resumed to morrow afternoon, when t.lie following nr-uclies will be started :—Barker's Creek v. Maldon; Harcourt v. Foun Jrv; Casdemaino a bye. Foundry :—Banfield, Burns, Ivey. jletherall. Xorris, Peeler (3), Pritcli ard. Stewart, "Walker. Coach leaves post Office at - p.m. sliar.p. Harcourt :—:Hi.ll (2), McLean, Prit ciiard- K-isli, Seelenmeyer, Symes, Warren (4).

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FOUNDATIONS DAY MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

foundation- day match. ; The only local fixture on Founda l ,;03 Day will be a match 'between the : Lennox sireet. Yarraville, Methodist ■ Club, and the C.l'.C.C. Some of the visiting players will arrive on Satur dav morning, whilst the remainder will reicli here by the evening train. The match will take place on the Camp Reserve, and will commence at 11 a.m. The local club is endeavoring to arrange matches in Melbourne against the Carhon and East Melbourne clubs on the ISth and 19th oi February re spectively. The secretary of the club received a communication yesterday morning to the effect that. East .Melbourne would ■be pleased 10 meet a team of local players on the East .Melbourne ground on tile date mentioned.

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FOUNDRY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

foundry association. To-morrou-'s matches are :—.Mould ers v. Church oi Chris:; Fitters v. Boiler Yard.

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE Hertzian Voice A STORY OF STRANGE ADVENTURE AND ROMANCE OF WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. CHAPTER V. THE GREAT DIVIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

(AIL BIGHTS RESERVED.) ■arjBUEi Hertzian Voice BY A. S. ARTHUR. A STORY OF STRANGE ADVENTURE A>*D BOJIANCJ2 OF VjIIIELE.SS TELE UKAFIIY. CHAPTER V. THE GREAT DIVIDE. It. cracked neatly along the line of the circling diamond scratch, so tluu, with the help of a suction cap made from the back of a kid glove, he was able to draw out the loosened segment of glass. Then he waited and lis , tened still again. As he thrust in [ through the little opening a cautiousiy exploriug hand the casual act seemed to take on the dignity of a loug-con- i I sidered ritual. It was a ceremonial j moment for him, he felt, for it marked j I 'his transit, across some narrow moral j j divide, from lonely ascent to lonely j decline. j The impression stayed with him only a -second. He turned back to his work, with a reckless little u<pthrust of each shoulder. His searching fingers found the old faskioued "window lever, of hamanered brass, and on this he pres sed down and back quietly. A mo ment l...

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THE Mount Alexander Mail FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

FRIDAY, JAX'UA'K-Y 2?,, 191-i. The high commercial value of cer tain areas of dm!to slum in this dis trict as 'Proved, ihe expenditure cl a substantial sum of money, "by the , Kureka Terra <Cotfa and Tile Company, aas caused a quickening of .public in ter 01 in the natural resources of the district, which is Hkeiy l0 ioad to fur ther industrial undertakings. When the dredging companies suspended op erations and abandoned their leases, "as thought the end had come, luu science had to 'be reckoned with. The slum is now morc valuable than the gold taken from the area it covers, and nom il a. great national industry will be 'bnilr np. which will be a first-class advertisement f0, Casilemaine for many years to come. As the -Mayor remarked at ti:e function on Wednes day morning, we have many products ot commercial value here that might oo looked into. Tests have proved tae drift in the creek t0 be well adap ted to [he manufacture of concrete, and the cos; of producing the finis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

SUFFERED AGONY \\ i'i'li HEAD ACHES. recommend c 11 Tablets -to anyone suffer:".;:; from aches," says Mrs ,\i. k. Herry. Man* borough Road. Victoria v,i:'. > !.«»*' ma. "I suffered agony with --c;aa" ae.hes and tnod almost eve *vjjiIb£ Nothing did :no any cood v.:'..'.'. a fnena "oo0:11 mended Chamberlain's ! 1 d they soon put me riga; aga;n. I would not be without a box 0. Chamberlain's Tablets in the hor.so. Sold by Geo. Clark and So:;. V, hoi-' sale Distributors. Inspect; tt^-Su pe till tend c n t Uas directed that iavorable eatn^ 1 0 placed on the record sheets ?■ Constables R. P. Bretutan andh^ iHiinett. The constables dnl cclletit work in approheiunuc hotel "-barbers" some nine a£^ Since then there have been ^ thefts of the kind reported to police.

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FIRE. FIRE. FIRE. THE BELL SIGNALS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

FIRE: FIRE. FIRE. THE BELL SIGNALSj The public are notified that the following firebell signals have been adopted by the Gastlemaine Fire Brigade, to indicate the local ity of an outbreak of fire in the Borough :— ONE DONG-North of Fire Station. TWO DONGS—East of Fire Sta. tion; THREE DONGS-South of Fire Station. FOUR DONGS—West of Fire Sta tion. CONTINUOUS JUjlNUING—i Market Square.

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

METEOI'iOLUCICAL ODfc'gRV-\ TIONS. The following readings are supplied bv Mr. Max Pincus, of Market Square, Tlie readings are for tlie 24 hours prior to 5 p.m. each day. THERMOMETER. Highest Highest Lowes! Sun. Shade. Shade. Thursdav 121 Tit 53 BAROMETER. Thursday .. .. 2;).IT rising, The official forecast for to-day is Warm temperatures, cool breezes.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

(Published Annually} Enables traders throughout the World to communicate direct with English MANUFACTURERS & DEAL'S!!-* in each class of goods. Besides being a. complete commercial guide to London and its suburbs, the PV rectory contains lists 61 EXPORT MERCHANTS Tvith the Goods they ship, and the Colonial and Foreign Markets they supply ; " STEAMSHIP -LINES arranged under the Ports to -which they sail, and indicate the approxi mate Sailings ; PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES, of leading -Manufacturers, Mer chants, ete., in the principal pro vincial towns, and industrial cen tres of the United Kingdom. A copy of the current edition <vill be forwarded, freight paid, on ie ceipt oi Postal Order lor 203. Dealers seeking Agencies can ad vertise their trade cards lor £1, or larger advertisements from £3. 25 Abchurch Lane. London, ES. CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS. A warranted cure for all acquired or constitutional discharges from the TTrinarv Organs in eitiujr sex. These famous Pills a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

FBESII LINES OF ATTRAC TION TO BE IIAI) AT ^ Further Reductions lor This Week ELECTRO PL ATE I > BRUSHES .-V XI) DRESS BASKETS STILL GIVEN A WAY FOR EVERY £ 1 AND OYER OF GOODS PURCHASED. One-piece dresses, in stripe Pique, Crepe aiul Tussore, 'fit guaranteed, and a smart frock. Our price to-day, 4/11; sold at 10/6 eacli. White muslin dresses, a few only lel'r, our price to-day 2/11; sold at 7/6. Blouses in cambric,'crepe and pique, light and dark colors, our price to-day, 1/3, 2'11, 3/6. Sample lot -silk blouses, nicely trimmed, our price to-day, 5/6; sold at 10/6 and upwards. Children's mushroom hats, trimmed, a goed sehool hat, our price to-day, 9d. Balance of trimmed millinery, smart and fresh, to go at half prices. •CROWDS OF OTHER BARGAINS TO BE OBTAINED IN ALL DEPART MENTS. THE HOUSE FOB QUALITY AND SOLID VALUE. Phono J(1(5. IS NOW WITH US, AM) BOTTLING WILL BE IN FULL SWING FOR THE NEXT FEW WEEKS. DO YOCU JABS WANT RENEWING, OR EXTRA ONES REQUIRED, IF SO 0-£L:EM?3ES3B£i s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 23 January 1914

AMUSEMENTS, ETC. Announcement Extraordinary ! TOWN HALL, TO-NIGIIT. TO-NIGHT. LAST NIGHT. LAST NIGHT. RETURN OF 3IR. CECIL YEItNE (Late Verne and Ewart). With all his Star Vaudeville Company. Von can depend upon seeing n good, clean show. Look nt the hill (nil metropolitan artists). Chas. Pitman, the wonderful musi cian, lie plays seven different iiistru meius, a musical treat, ragtime violin ist's and corne'tist. Billy Maloney, the man in the red suit, late Win. Ander son's pantomime. Roy Vesto, the marvellous comedy juggler. The Two' V's, patterists and humorists, in a few funny things, introducting the trom bone maniac. Vivie Powers, dainty sou'brette. Harry Coyle, the self- rai sing comedian (late Gaiety). bes Vane, Melbourne's favorite baritone. Alice Baptist, America's colored sop rano. Alie Hord, refined scrio. Violet Wood, clever little singer and dancer. Gee! but we'll have to get some money to pay this bunch. Change pro gramme. PRICES—Res. stalls, 3/; stalls, 2/; pii, 1/. ...

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