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CASTLEMAINE V. EAGLEHAWK CADETS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

-^TLEiiA1XE V. EAGLEHAWK IS CADETS. M fcie iollowinc; team will represent ^f'emaine Cadets (A Company), in a watch against Eaglehav-'k cadets jo-day •.—Stonomaii, 1>. Rasniusscn, K Gleeson, J. p. c. Joues, D. Todd, J. laid;vcn, ij. Odnors. W. Wadswortli, loploy (2), p. Banfidd. F. Duggau. Players aro requested to notify the ^crptary if unable to go.

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

ITEMS OF NEWS. * To-day is Foundation Day, and a close public holiday will be observ ed. There arc not many local fix tures. The Four C's .will conduct a juvenile sports meeting in the Bo tanical Gardens in the afternoon, and adults will also -be catered for. There will be a cricket match on the Camp Reserve between the C.U.C.C. and Yarraville Methodists, and an iron quoit tournament on the Railway Hotel ends. In the evening there >vill «k a moving pic ture entertainment in the Royal Flail. A good many people will journey to Daylesford, the attrac tion being the Charities Carnival in that town. The juvenile sports that are to be conducted in the Gardens this afternoon -by the Citizens' Charity Club promise to be well attended. The profit is in aid of the local eharitajble institutions, and the chCbl has made complete arrangements lor a full round of enjoyment, m cludinir the provision of side-show entertainments, afternoon tea, etc. In the evening the Foundry_ Band will render a ...

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BOWLING. NORTH WESTERN ASSOCIATION. SINGLE HANDED CHAMPIONSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

BOWLING. ^olltl i western association. SiN'glk handed championshif The >eia; , . sngie championship of the As -nPia;ion -,vU! i>0 decided at Bondigo three greens beinu used. Five iCastlemaine players will compete, viz., "W. >B. Wilson (last year's win mcr), T. Odgers, T. C. Rasmussen, M. Van Heurck, and J. W. Iredale.

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THE Mount Alexander Mail MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

THE pouttt glstt MONDAY, JANUARY 2-ti, 11'14. Mr Fitzpairick. one of the Railway Commissioners, who recently visited Europe and the Uniied States to study the latest developments of tlie trans port system, has just presented his report to the .Minister. Amongst the many matters whieh .Mr Fitzp.itrick studied was the marketing of wheat. He formed the opinion that the eleva tor method, which prevails in the Uni ted States and Canada, is vastly su perior to the out of date bag system which survives in Australia. Still he is somewhat cautious in his recom mendations, for he knows that the railways were worked at a loss, aid that a Commissioner was brought from America to put them on a busi ness footing. They now pay hand somely, and a Treasurer is naturally pleased to get the big profit they pro duce. 1.3ut the railways were not built by the State as dividend-making concerns; if they pay that is enough, and for the rest they should be so conducted as t0 assist the develop ment of the co...

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THE CASTLEMAINE CLUB. RINK COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

THE CAST'LEMAINE CLUB. RINK COMPETITION. On Saturday afternoon a sweepstake was arranged for full rinks, and was won ljy AV. "Wilson's team. Saturday next the rink competiti ons, -which have been postponed dur ing the holidays, will be resumed. The draw is as follows : — New ham v. Baker. Frank v. Odgers. Borland v. Archdall. Cowan v. AArallish. Aran Ileurck and Jlasniussen, a bye.

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SPORTING NEWS CEICKET. DISTRICT COMPETITIONS. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. A. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

SPORTING NEWS CEICKET, district competitions. saturday's matches. a. grade. Foundry met H'arcourt at Hai'court., ;uid Barker's Creek journeyed to Mal don.

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WOOLLEN MILL V. HARCOURT. WOOLLEN MILL. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

3 WOOLLEN MILL V. HARCOURT. WOOLLEN MILL. First Innings. • * Wi'l imson, b Wilkinson .. .. 3| Kerr, b Barnes ^ j Cu on, c Burns, b Wilkinson .. 1! * .North, b Cannes 1 j « Snakenberg, c W. H. Ely, "b Barnes 17 ? ^ a s. c W. >H. Ely, b Barnes .. 2 :■»* Jonns, b AVinlkinson 0 >"■ Ha'mshaw, c W. H. Ely, b -Wilkinson 0 inn i., run out 11 Murray, c Douglas, b Wilkinson .. 0 P"-r nson. not out 1 :fotal > :—Wilkinson, 5 for 1" Bama. k iov 19. HARCOURT. First Innings. r>\ u'kinson, stp. Gaulton, b North "rt. P. Ely, c 3olm,s, b Halmshaw Gartside, b Snakenberg Lr. Priteiiard, rtm out : Barnes. Ib5 Snakenberg V. 11. Ely, c Halmsliaw, h North 1 Douglas, hit wicket, b -Halmshaw E. Ely, b Gaulion Eagle, b Gaulton ■Symes, not out ^ ;E. Warren, c Johns, b Snakenberg Sundries Total 106 Bo^iing :—North, 2 for 26: Snaken berg.' 3 for 25; Johns, 0 for 14; Gaul ton, 2 for 21: Halmshaw, 2 for 16.

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B. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

B. GRADE. Thc fixtures were Woollen Mill v. Harcoun (Western Reserve); Guild fs fonl v. Castlemaine (Guildford): If Muckleford v. Barker's Creek (Muc % kleford).

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COMMERCIAL. CENTRAL AUCTION MART. SATURDAY, January 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

samssi^BmaaKsmammmtmmmassmaauatmB I COMMERCIAL. CENTRAL Al'CTION MART. SATURDAY, January 24ili. Messrs. Adams and Bla^elcy re port a good attendance at their usual Saturday morning's auction sale of fruit, dairy produce, poul try, and cleared all lots at satisfac tory prices. Quotations Butter, lid to 1/; eggs, Sid to i)d; cheese, 7d; hams, 1/; :bacon, lid. 'Poultry ;—Fowls, 3/6 !o J/6; ducks, 3/C to 4/6; turkeys, 15/ to 20/. Fruit :—Apples, 3/ to 6/; apricots, o/: peaches, 3id ; mulberries, 3d; ■plums, 3/; figs, 2:,'d.

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THE MARKET. AUCTION SALES. SATURDAY, January 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

THE MARKET. AUCTION SALES. SATURDAY, January 24th. Messrs. Carter, Amos and uo. re port having conducted their weekly sale ot' dairy produce, and poultry, there being a good attendance of buy ers, and every lot was cleared, the competition being keen. The follow ing priccs were realised :— Butter, fair supply, very firm, prime, lid to 1/; medium, lOd to 10id. Eggs, Sd to Pd. (Cheese, 7d. Friii; :—Fair supply, big demand, firmer. A-ppios, 3/ to 5/6; poaches, 2'd; prime. 4d to -l;;d: apricots, Id to 2.'d: figs, 2d to 2:-;d; plums, 1/0 to 3/; blackberries, 2'd; mulberries, 2d to 3d. Poultry :—Young roosters, 3/7; small 1/0; hens. 1/6 to 2/3; ducks, small. 1/10 to 2/; .prime, 3/7. Vegetables :—'Marrows,. 2/6 to 3/ d'jzen: turkscaps, t/; parsnips, Gd dozen: radish, 6d per dozen.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

- ' AMUSEMEIJTS, ETC. IKON QUOIT MATCH. TO-DAY, at 10 o'clock. SEAR RAILWAY HOTEL. iCliarlie McElliimney, iBob. Scoles, N. RoVb, >W. G-lass, ,C. Ro"binson, (last winner), G. Reddy, and other stars. 25 ENTRIES. A GOOD DAY'S SPORT .ASSURED. J?OR a good afternoon and evening's outing, To-day, go to the Gar dens. 'Foundry Band assisting. Splen did programme of events for juveniles. Afternoon tea, fruit, ice cream, etc., to ;be had. To-night AT THE Royal Picture Hall AND EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AMD SATURDAY. TO-MGHT. TO-XIGIIT. "Another's Crime," Great Star Picture. 3000ft. Dress Circle, 1/ ; Body of Hall, 6d. Children under 12," half-price. Castlemaine Technical School ?TO. 20. FOR ART, SCIENCE AMD TRADE SUBJECTS. The first term starts Momlay, 2ml February, 1914. ■Students are advised to take out course subjects, in preference to sin gle subjects, such as : — Civil Engineering Draftsman. Mechanical Engineering Draftsman. >Land & Mine Surveying Draftsman. Architectural Dra...

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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Mr. Frank A. Hill reports:— [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

BEND1G0 PIG .MARKET. , Mr. Frank A. Hill reports :— A full yarding oT pigs forward, and was composed -principally of baconers, porkers, stores and young pigs. Quo taions :— Rest baconers. .£;!/G, 10 £4 !/: others, from A!3/1/. Backfatters, .£4/17/ to .£5/15/, wiili one prime heavyweight sow to £t!/10/. Porkers. J." 2,- 7/li to «£2/lS, ; oi.iiers, from ,£2/2/; top-pins off sorts. 86' 10 40 / slips, to 2;!'; suckers and small pigs, lower. Milch calve?, io £2'2/; others from S/. Carcase pork, to (J.',d per ib. Veal, to 2d per lb.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

\ WANTED AND GENERA I.. ; I —Smart girl, assist house 1 w~.w, - a**.* -A-VPt), -vrs' Ai&cv,. Council Club Hotel. SACKS for sale. Apply. E. £ 3orgenseu. WASTE PAVER FOR SALE; Clean; Cheap. Apply, .Mail Office. :(/rTER, AMOS & CO. announce no v,-vuer or summer fairs, their ordinary prices for furniture being 'Better than fair. CjORREXTO, Back Beach Palace, Comfortable accommodation, food table, severed. Terms, 30/ s ie, 6,/ daily. Gto. Bears, prop. g Tel. 18 Sorrento. - I^U.MIXG, SMITH & GO'S. High S S'adc manures always on hand, gijaeeyour orders now *.vith Carter, gAgios and Co., acents. Ij^OR new and secondhand gent's and I lady's bicj-cles, tyres, sundries, |Md repairs to all makes. J. A. Pensom, |£eetemaiae °K]e Works' Hargravos |0OOKED MEATS and Choice Dain I ties, best quality small goods, Ip^l' a't,.Woodward's. Fresh \lailv. l-racue S5. ' machine you will eventually > „ bi!,-'\ Xal-der's perfected system of !?fw fht.!n?- Whitest and softest frnil p i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

pure alcohol c beverage. Suffered Greatly, Continual Scratch ing Caused Small Sores. Cuti cura Soap and Cuticura Ointment Completely Cured. Cr Wemyss and Harrington Sts., Mar rickville,' N. S. "W.—"I Buffered very greatly from skin trouble which was con fined to my head. It commenced with eevero irritation of tho scalp, and tho con tinual scratching consequent upon' this caused small sores to appear. " I heard of tho Cuticura Remedies and sant for a sample of the CHticura Ointment; and."used It as directed along with Cuticura 3<»I» and these Very speedily relieved ami I can now say hare completely cured mo, as tho irritation and sores have quito dis appeared. The Cuticura Soap is, I con sider, so nice for toilet purposes.'; (Signed) S. D. Campbell, June, 1012. RASH @N BABY'S FACE Highgate St.; Strathfleld, N. S. W.— .""When my little son was between two and three years old a rash came out on his face, round about his temples and cheek bones, and was hot, red and sore. I w...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

MINING INTELLIGENCE. Beiujr the oft week there was no clean up at Spring Gully ou iday. There is no change ol v ipoii ance in tlie appearance of ilie mine. The usual prospecting work is in progress in the other mines ol" tlie ^roup. The two bucket dredges at Camp bell's Creek obtained a joiut return of (57oz 2dwt for the week.

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GRIPES IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

GRIPES IX HORSES. "Some time ago our horse was down with a had attack of the gripes," says .Miss E. J. Coles, Major's Creek, N.S.W. "I tried several remedies hut they had no effect; as a last, resource I gave the horse three teaspoonfuls of Chamb erlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, and noticed an improvement immedi ately. He was soon able ifo stand, and now is as well as ever." Sold by Geo. Clark ana Son, Wholesale Distri butors. — ■ Twenty people, ilicludia.fr British lads and nominated immigrants, will arrive by s.s. AYilcaiuiia to day, under tlie direction oi the Im migration Department. TlieOtway is also bringing a few immigrants to Melbourne.

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MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

MALUON, At tlie South German tile rise is siow up Sift, including tlie rill, Avhicli is -Oft in length. The reel' is improving in appearance, showing •1ft of clean stone worth about 5 d'\vt to the ton, the last cut show ing some nice seams on the west wall. The winze lias been sunk to oft, with about 20in of laminated -stone on the east wall. Oswald Gold Mine are rising and sloping ISOft south of the shaft at 100ft level on stone -ift wide aud worth odwt to the ton. From tile inter mediate stope '.'ft wide and worth an ounce to the ton, and in the 610ft intermediate stope I2dwt. The stope at 600ft is 6ft wide and worth 5dwt. At the SOOft level on the east reef the rise is up 21tt, j being all stone in the back and carrying traces of gold. A start lias been made to drive south on the east wall. In driving south at 1100ft a big iloor 10ft thick was passed through, dipping to the north, but the end has made solid again. Crushing was resumed on 10th inst., and five new boxes have been p...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE rr j ARRIVALS. | HOBSON'S BAY. Saturday, i Among llio arrivals in the Bay to-day | were :—Poona from Sydney; Ulimaroa from Bluff; Alcairo from Iiobart; Onralca from Newcastle; Jndarra from Pivmanile; Somerset from Bris j bane. | Sunday. .3 .Loongana from 'Launccsum; Oonali from Burnie; Sydney from Sydney; lmiamincka from Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

IT NEVER FAILS. "For yours we have boon using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,'' says .Mr. Herbert II. Woodhcad, Wentsvonh, X.S.W. "We have six children and never use anything else for -the treat ment of coughs, colds and bronchial complaints. I confidently recom mend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy •to everyone, more especially to par ents, who like myself have young children's health to safeguard. It never fails to give relief in all cases." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Whole- ' sa'.e Distributors. —*- ' 1 ^ NEW BOOKS, MAGAZINES, ETG •'•'Bcliiml the Scenes iu the School room," by Florence .Montgomery, tells the history of two charming little girls. Nobody understands little people better than ,Miss 31ont ■gomerv, and this last hook of hers is a delightful story of two lovable little girls, the children 01 a sellish society-loving mother. The book opens with the advent of a new governess, who at once falls in love •with her young charges, and re solves in every means in her power to win tliei...

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IRON QUOITS. THE HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

IK OS QUOITS. TH'E HANDICAPS. The following are the handicaps for the quoit match to be played k\ front of the Railway Hotel to-day, starting at 10 o'clock : — C. McElhinney 2 bhd. R. Scoles scr. X. Robb 3 W. Glass 5 C. Robinson 6 E. Lu-pton 11 G. Reddy 11 •C. Cowling ,, 13 H. Eldridge 13 C. Wittingslow 14 W. Bouch 14 W. .Murdoch 14 E. .Tones 14 R. Ford, 15 ,T. Thompson 7 15 0. .Martin 16 P. Muirbead 1G C. Cardwell 16 S. Everett 16 V. Gauhon 16 J. Sneddon 16 E. Hill 17 J. Cardwell 1? J. Eldridge .. IS W. Barnes 20

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