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CHINA AND LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

CHINA AND LITERATURE. For the last ten years the Chinese have been pursuing Western learning. Trained in the rigorous school of clas sicismn. and nccustolaedl to the critical study of the literary miiasterpicees and thle analysis iif htiuina noti\·ities, tbo Chineso mind is well prepared. says tho 'Chinese Repuhliean," to entel upon the study uf Western science. It was an accepted idea among foreign. crs that the Chinese scholar at one tune, like the MaIhounedan wvithl his Foran. considered that there was now thian to learn outside his own cherishedl cla. ics,

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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AUCTION NOTICES. MR. CHAS. BUCKNALL'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

AUCTION NOTICES. MR. CHAS. BUCKNALL'S SALES. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 2 30 p mn., at Bull and Mouth hotel. Maryborough, on ac account of Mr E. M. Neyland.-612 acres of agricultural and grazing land, with frontage to the Bet Bet Creek, situate half a mile from Bung Bong railway station.

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CRICKET. VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WA LES. MELBOURNE, TauRsDAY. The interstate cricket match was commenced to-day. During the lunch adjournment Armstrong re signed the captaincy of the Victorian eleven because the selectors declined to make the position a permanency. Carroll very reluctantly agreed to take the position. Scores : NEW SOUTH WALES. First Inuings. Cody, lbw , b Ryder ... .. 68 Collins, c Baring, b Ryder ... 73 Kelleway, c Matthews, b Ryder.. 47 Bardsley, not out ..... ... S1 Andrews, lhw., b Armsrong ... o Folkard, c Ryder, b Armstrong... 10 Cotter, c Ryder, b Armstrong ... 3 Sundries ...... ...... 3 Six wickets for .. .. 285 Bowling.-Ryder, 3 for 99; Armstrong, 3 for 43.

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THE KILTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

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CARISBROOK GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

CARISBROOK GUN CLU3. The Carisbrook Gun Club held a sweep stake for a £5 5s bracelet, with £15 added money. There was a good number of shooters present. The following were the principal winners. P. Davies (2 nomes), £3 10s; " A.J.K.," £1 159; Hollo way, £1 15.; Hutchinson, £1; Dalton, £1; J. Hawke. £1; E. Hawke, £1; " Craigie," £1 Wills, £L 103; Smith, £1 10os. A 2s 6.1 -weep starlings was shot be fore match and divided by Dick Iles and R. Hood on 12 birds. Owing to the scarcity of birds the bracelet could not be won, so the club will shoot for it on Saturday, Janulry 3. The following are the ones left in:-G. Davis (2 no-n_); " AJ.K." (1 nom); HIolloway (1 uom). Shootiug will start at 2 o'clock.

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THE OPENING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

:i~::lli~C !-~:·i ~i ;:·;tio~to J writ~h ;:· ; ·; ;; ti~ring~ metl O ns i i; ;ton -, 1, "~flV ii ii C t·~;i! .: I'' 4' LItUi 17. C'~ !j:113 Ot i~; 12 C ~ \ ·r It th \ i LOLLt ii 'InC~ii) 'ty\ (i·) -' tempbt~ it mo~ru '"QtV' 10 xl'l L7 I'::12i B~Ci~f sat ;. 14 1l~. ihulds6onia be don irin the matter. Heltiethe sobiety would, go on fo&reeriand that fifty years hence the kilt, iould be as much to the foree asthey were to-day. Looking back on the ipast.year the societv ouild cogatiilate' itself : and the Boroigh Council on Maintaning th ipoicy of:steady. improvement that was nimaking Prince's .Park second to :io:other ipark i- h the State. He was glad to see iambng the: competitors a iimber: of familiar faces, and he welcomed both them and the new, eitending to the latter the intima tion ::at they could always get a square dealr from- the society, which, in turn, expected a fair cdeal from them It.: was a matter for regret that the band contest. had not realised-. expectiations,...

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BOXING. HOLBERG BEATS BRONSON. DAVE SMITH DEFEATED BY M'GOORTY. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

BOXING. HOLBERG BEATS BRONSON. DAVE SMITH DEFEATED BY M'GOO RTY. MELBOURNE, TauRsDaY. Waldemnar Holberg and Ray Bronsou fought at Baker's stadium to-night in the semi-fonal of the world's welter-weight championship. The contest went the full 20 rounds, ani was in favor of Holberg all through, he being adjudged the victor on points. It was announced that M'Goorty had defeated Dave Smith in Sydney in half a round.

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SPORTING NEWS. V.R.C. RACES. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

SPORTING NEWS. V.R.C. RACES. MELBOURNE, ThUaSDAY. The principal events at the V.R.C. races to-day resulted: STANI)BH HANDICAP. Captain White ..... ... 1 Four Flush ... ... ... 2 Yarrien ... .. .. .... 3 12 to 1 against the winner. BAGOT HXNDICAP. St. Vano.......... ... 1 Wallalo ... .. .... ... 2 Loch Amos .. ..... 3 15 to 1 against the winner.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

Business Notuces. READ THIS NOW. THEN --------- FOLLOW THE CROWD TO--- --- ---- LUCAS & CO'S. BIG XMAS CARNIVAL NOW IN FULL SWING. UR Xmas buying is about done. We've been at it for weeks, gathering together into every section of the store just the things needful for the festive holiday season. Our stocks are full. It would take too long to tell the story of every purchase, but some big bargains have been secured, and you will certainly save both time and money by making your purchases here. The Special Values In LADIES' BLOUSES. Ladies' White Musin Blouses, in a big variety of styles, high-necked or low necked, magyar or bodice cut, all made of fine lawn or organdi muslin and Swies muslin trimmings. At 2s lid, 3s lid, and 4s 6d each. Ladies' White Voile Blouses, all smart designs, some plain shirt pattern, others cut with low neck and trimmed tuckinge and edgings, others richly embroidered. At 53 6d, 7s 6d, and Sa lid each. Ladies' White Lawn Blouses, with colored embroider...

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THE OLD DAY GONE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

THE UOLD DAT GONEl . "['.t p-edantry and even cruelty of the io.?, examruinatians that alone admitted the C'hinaiman to literary employment laive passe d away. No miore haoe men to hJIr sealed up d(lays together answering written qnuesteions. And now the well traiied mind giets tile benefit of free (h1)1. some of the best books which are tihe 1;roduct of Western genius and liarnin h1ave .1.en translated into C'hinsoe.e Iight literiatur translat.ed froni Eur op,':an languages is on the bookshelf of Sv,,ry Ciinese homo whoso inmateos (' 1a0i1 : n'aint'ot. wiih the Chinese inwaug,-' lourhly speaking, there uniist e) over ' 1000 books trans!ated into C.iilles frorm the be-t authors in Eu iroe and America. The average Chi nise, by comparison withl the average foreigner, is better read. Emotions and aspirations are the ef forts of a dual naturo towards spiritu ality. T'hey are not spiritiuality it self ---7 eonard Inkster. There is nothing so vital to the in terests of democracy as the pl...

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THE PASSING OF THE OLD YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

THE PASSING OF a`THE OLD YEAR. WXV have rung out the Old Year, and rung in the New. And we in this fair land of Australia stand upon its threshold with feelings of infinite gratitude for the blessings of peace, the bounty of Nature that is showered in abounding prosperity, and the buoyant hope for the future both immediate and more remote. Life is short; and there are great tasks to be undertaken, momentous duties to be fulfilled, by the individual citizen as by the nation. And life for us in Australia is purposeful and earnest. It is no empty dream. "To spend that shortness basely, "were too long, if life did ride upon "a dial's point, still ending at the ";arrival of an hour." We have a glorious heritage to develop and defend and hand on inviolate to our children ; a stupendous respon sibility to be grappled with by a mere handful of resolute and self reliant and resourceful people, It is only at the seasonable pause which the beginning of another year admits that we may take stoc...

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AGAINST MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

It lapper. tha.t tie Amrl;ea:, busi ness giir wil1 nut marry because she is too weii-off. In ts-is cuuntrry lack of opportuniry is often seCt out as a rea son. It appsars that in America thero are nine millon unmarried wo men, and eight miNion men unmarried. Miss A:nn Dowling, a leading edit ress says that h-r observation of New York forces her to the conclusion that women will not marry because they do not want tho bother of having a man around all the time. Take the case of a young stenographcr who is earn ing from £2,10, to £3 a week, She has agreeable companionship in her office, is ahlays nicely dressed, keeps her hands manicured, and goes to Cone" Island every Sunday. Suppose she was marricil. She would have to take :a man who was earning not more than £3;10, a week--that is the only kind she meets. Mair:age would mean gir ing up !her dainty oexistence for a ding flat with a great, hulking. cranky man to wait on ill the time." This presupposes that husband and wife will jockey...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

;h.l ~:ou tVs6 litksam'0 Sance thor~ rg notldlng wa~Sted. Inri' maiB i ~de: oo oorod" JAS. MINIFIE CO MARYBOROUGH FLOU M ILLS. A. LAND, IManager, FLOUR, MEAL, BRAN, POLLARD, and Wi:r .A", AT CURRENT Ri.,TFI, ;/ Notice to DistTiot Consumers. Our Bran and Pollard is Branded distiwctly with tur namo (MINIFIE.) Ask for that Brand only and SUPPORT LOCAL INDUIlRY. UISTRICT FAflRMERi{ vs v \ \S iE TI P1~~I~ ~~ ;,vi pib IA1T fjT I Ti X i IN ANY QO1 TIi [! '1h Up a1,0 1 - Cxiit UN . r ~FARME,_., - ": , For Whe~t~De~iVerad tl t:' ..i'! t. ':c.r T: ; z ,, . eOqirv2<;·t gtvec, BEFORE PURCHASING THE NEW" MASSEY-HARRIS REAPERS AND BINDERS, : :FITTED)WITH ALL 'THE LATEST IPi?rOE , NTS, : AT THE COMPANY'S DEPOT., HIGH.STREET, MARYI3BOROUGHl H I E. WILAS 'DISTICT - AGENT. PHONE 28.P29. ALB ON O ORNER :OF HIGH AND INKERMANN.-STREETS, MARYBOROUGH. THIE NEW PROPRIETOR, L H. ROBOTTO , pXTENDS a hearty welcome to the public generally. All ithe comforts of a refined E home. T.T.T. Tip Top Tabe....

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AT THE GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

AT THE GATHERING. There is an old saying somewhere to the e~ffect that the Gaelic lanru:gge is the best to pray in, and, nccord ingty, there is good ground for t h, suspicion that the far-seeing tre:: surer of the society utilises it in supplicating, for fair weather. Any vay, it is certain that the Society seldom has anything to comp!ain o in thls regard, aod the gathering oi 1918 14 has proved no excsnpion to, ihe rule. On both \Vednsdai v and Thursday the sun shone out with I-, alluring geniality, and th ilo ?oe!t was that the ?htusands of visitors were enabled to-see the sports and enjoy the pleasant surroundi'ng under favorable conditions:. It is not merely parochial egotism to say that Prince's Park has becomn second to no up-country recreation ground in Victoria since the adop tion in recent years of a policy of steady imnprovemient. I'n this aim the Borough Council and Highland Society are in accord, andc eve, a carping visitor t:ust admirt that they are doing well. To one w...

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LANG SYNE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

LANG SYN E. To all who are not victims of a gross material?ism there is a peculi~ar charm in reflecting on the dlays of yore. Perchanlce such retrospectiorn brings in its train somreth!,ng of the 'wisttfuliess of dying days and hours ''-a realisation of the fact that there is no escape from Time' estranging--yet assuredly one is none the worse off therefor. If in the past the imaginative mind catchets echoe-s of old grief, he sure that this will be tempered by old umirth, and regrets for the piast sub dued by hopes and aspirations for the future. This remark more par ticularly apptits to the individual, to all who are pursluing humanity's course acriss eternity, but. it is also applicable to a sctiec y. That is to say, to a soe0ity tiiat has a history such as that whlici lies b-hind the Maryborough Highland Society. And so it is meet that in connection with each gathering of the clans a brief retro pect should be chronicled On many occasions this paper has touched at length on the i...

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THE DANDIES. NEXT MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

THE DANDIES. NEXT MONDAY. What might be honestly described as a notable theatrical event is the advent of Mr Edward Branscombe's new English Costume Comedy Com pany at the Town Hall on January 5th and 6th for two nights only. This company comes with honors thick upon it direct from England, and it is only owing to a mere chance-the overlooking of one of Sydney council's by-laws which pre cluded Mr Branscombe from pro ceeding with the building of his new theatre there-that country theatre goers are given the opportunity of seeing this company at this par ticular time. " Merry and bright " is the motto of the four ladies and six gentlemen who comprise this company, and it is said this appro priate motto is thoroughly realised by the artists and endorsed by the audience. The Dandies never allow success to stand as an excuse for stagnancy. The prevailing atmo sphere of their entertainment is humor so splashed into song, story, dance, dress, and business numbers that when the senses are ...

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AMUSEMENTS. COLISEUM PICTURE GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

AMUSEMENTS. COLISEUM PICTURE GARDENS. The principal aim of an amuse ment entrepreneur is to suit the tastes of his patrons and times and seasons. That is why the manage ment of the Coliseum Picture Gardens have, at considerable ex pense, got together for to-night and to-morrow night an "All Irish" programme, as a fitting sequel to the Scotch programme which pre ceded it. It is headed by the emo tional and romantic drama, "The Colleen Bawn." In addition, there are two other stirring dramas-" The Irish Boy" and "Mayor from Ireland" -both of which are racy of the sod. Last, but not least, there are two comedies bubbling over with the humor and merriment that form so important a part in the Irish character. Notwithstanding the ex pense involved in getting tcgcther this list of national pictures, popular prices will be adhered to, namely is and 6d; children, half-price.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

It iq good value, and the thorough at -tiCoGU devoted to every order left at R. H. LAD's EXCELSIOR GuOCEuY STORE, NoL-A?st.?.srE, MAItYnkOGH, that has eab!ished the etore so firmly in the !~vor of the general public. The freshest, tie purest, and the most wholesomehigh ilaea groceries etocked. Bedrock prices, on the principle of "Imall prof8t qutir ateunsg,"-(AdVt.) RAILWAY ANfD TRAM WAY SHOULD USE STO BT MR. CHARLES ROCK, of 42 Gladen Street, East Brunswick. 33 years in ;he Nelbourne Tramway and O.B. Company, writes, on 2'4/12 ; CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "In December, 1911, I was laid up with pleurisy, so serious the doctor ccnsulted another. For three days MY TEMPERA TURE WAS 104 DEGREES. MY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED OF, but through taking the doctor's advice I live to-day. He advised my wife to get CLEMENTS TONIC for me, as 'there was life in that medi cine.' When he said, 'life in Clements Tonic,' they were the TRUEST WORDS HE EVER I UTTERED. I would have been in my last resting place only f...

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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

ATRLETICS. Putting 281b Stone, Irish style. eist, £2;, 2nd, £1; 3rd, 10?. E. Jennings,' Rathecar, 291t. Oin. ... 1 J. Smith, Wonthaggi, 28ft. 6in ... G. Morrissey, St. Kilda, 25ft. 3.in. .. 3 Putting Heavy Stone, hcp. (2llb.), ft. limit. 1st, £3; 2nd, £i ; 3rd, i0U. E. Jennings, 34ft. 4}.in., including 2~ft, hcp. 1... ..... G. Morrissey, 34[t. 2in , includii g 41t hcp . J Smith, scr, 32ft l1in...3 Putting Light Stone, hcp. '16lb.), 5t. limit, let, £3; 2nd, £1; 3rd, 1os. G. Morrissey, 39ft 5%in, including .ft hcp.. ... E. Jennings, 39ft, including lit hcp. J. Smith, escr, 37It 10in.... 3 Tossing the Caber. let, £'3; 2n0, 'I; 3rd,10e. II. Horn, Bowenvale, 36fit lin .. E. Jennings, 35ft Iliun .•. Smith, 35it 9Jjin Running High Jump. Handicap limit, Gin. 1st, £4; 2nd, .2; 3rd, £1. (. Lees, Buangor, 6ft, including 3ia hop., ... I E. J. Carty, Dimboola, 5ft i';in includ ing 3in hcp R. F. Hogan, Birchip. ecr G. Peart, Betley, 5in hcp; and J. '"Intyre, St. Arnaud, 6in hcp, tied for third pl...

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THE RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 January 1914

THE RECEIPTS. The treasurer, Mr Fred. Harling, had his arrangements so perfected that he was enabled to supply a rough statement of the receipts for the past two days, which are given below, together with a comparison of last year's takings : 1914 1913 Gates- First day ... £36 2 6 . £45 10 9 Second day ... 475 10 0 .. 509 19 3 Night ... 108 5 0 ... 93 8 9 £619 17 6 £648 18 9 Grand Stand Firet day ... £19 0 ... £2 4 0 Scond day ... 57 10 0.. 61 0 0 Night.. ... 3 1 0 .. 5 11 0 £62 0 0 £68 15 0 Programmes- First day .. £14 5 0 ... £16 2 0 Second day... 60 4 0... 62 5 0 £74 9 0 £78 7 0 Grand totals £756 6 6 £796 0 9

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