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TREATMENT OF ENGLISH ORCHARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 February 1914
TR EAT- T O... ENGLISH Acerdin to, th atitucs published (says Jhe ... ' Le -x?r"uss there wer in Engi-: ar 2,8$1 acres clse .s .:- ?We are sorry o -ay ,:- e '.-, of "cultivated o - chrd c-ue he mistaken idea :ms to ave n',vaiid to a great ex 1 or chra:ds . da pasotures can get ang a:-g : without attention or as si:,nce: ti kind ature has en do.-cd m with the power of con nung o extract nourishment from a soil sucked dry by means of crop ping. The resulti of such a paradox is vtoibe in the poverty stricken con diti'on cf mI;ay crehards and pastures. : is pasan_ to record that a change for t-! be: r is gradually taking lce. It is being recognised that ho fruit tes .: a u?1good class are r,-:v,. a :i anayed d pruned, orch . S , , bdi' r'ce (f , proit not to be desp'se:. t is eential that the ires, 'f exred to p-oduce abund an crops of -e, fru. should be suip ?l. with noishment, to compen ue 1:en f,,r t ihe material taken from to.:r ty rite fruit. .To toai-in .grmoithU andi fruitfiulnes...
A LINE OF SAFETY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 February 1914
One of the haraerisc y old comrade, i-o t ~ err in aotusl fihl1ti- ere,'" sai he old soldier, Aenothr c.i a-et'ris tic was a sense of h1umour w} eh him in good stead even in the . ac o" danger, and contribur?d not a ti',::' o the gaiety of his comrades. "At the Battle of Cold H?-hib,- u: before making the c,,aae. and i'i.i, under the Confederat? iire, our cae poral, who was over six feot .:.l, nd scarcely bigger round than - - rel, became excited as- the -,les N "l lets ploughed up the earth thou; hia, What, kind of a place is th;'?s to keep a man inl he demanded . b solutely without protection " He had no more titan s.oje- Wt2Cn Privat Stilman stuck his ; am'd n the ground, S'Eere, oorp oral P said hes , get be°
"GRAFT" IN CANADA. POLITICIANS GUILTY. MONTREAL, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 February 1914
" F i, ~IN CANADA. POLI ICIANS GUILTY. MONTREAL, FRIDAY.. The investigation conducted by the Quebec Provincial Legislature into the charges of " graft" preferred against three members of the House, has concluded. The Montreal " D.i-y Hail" made the chargesin the first instance and when the editor was called to the bar of the Legis leatur he gave the namesofu the members concerned, who thereupon resi ned their seats. The inquiry has resulted in Mrt Berrard and Mr Mousseau being found guilty of " graft," but as both members have resigned their seats it is understood that no further action is possible.
LIBEL ACTION. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 February 1914
LIBEL ACTION: LONDON, FRIDAY. The libel action brought by Major VW. A. Adam, formerly .Unionist M.P, for Woolwichb, against Lord Ward, late permanent Under-See retary to -the War Office, was con tinued to-day. Colonel F. E. Seely, Secretary of Sutate for War, was called as a ,:nesss to-day. He declined to pro ducs certain confidential reports on : re cround that their production would be against the public interest.
ARMY SCANDALS. INCRIMINATING EVIDENCE. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 February 1914
=- r s- CANDALS. -, ...... ... EVIDENCE. LONDON, FRmAY. e e-n of the Canteen ribery cses as continued at Bow reet . our when Sawyer, a orner cpoy of Lptons Ltd. con ued hb?.,id'nce. Witness de -*-r m one of Liptons • s.. ....... in and, wrote to him stna tmn ht he had paid money to the . ircr..... " of the W elsh Fu'ii.rs and the Scots Fusiliers, in ...; for ich Liton would get ote.r pcs "n c(nnection with their eontrac',. They wouid ao be able :o .: in margari-..? which yieded a -There d net .- much pro p fct s .ry ar.et o" r James ' N3: l Qnto, against whom warrrats wre vyesterday issued '_? conse:ic:- r i:h the Br? ""h 'S h rV'ish Army caue ads . Ness was rmerly manager for Lpton's Ltd. a 1t ?,ale ehil 'ite ra._ formerly ead of L io' de"art men. "The res-nt weebouts of both Cen ' ur ,. n. iess i sup posed to bisin C1ada. -into re centy oo his e:tue from Paris, hut ;her, to is k at Scot lnd Yard.
A HOLIDAY TRIP. VISIT TO THE GIPPSLAND LAKES. (No. 2.) THE NORTH ARM. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 February 1914
A HOLIDAY TRIP. VISIT TO THE GIPPSLAND LAKES. (BY " ALLEGRO.") (No. 2.) THE NORTH ARM. A trip to the Lakes is not com plete without a visit to this charming spot. The Backwater, or North Arm, is in close proximity to the town, and meanders for six miles amongst the bills, and is lost com pletely in a labyrinth of bracken, tussocks, ti-tree undergrowth, tree ferns, and honeysuckle. These secluded fern-tree gullies are a source of delight to the tourist. It is difficult indeed to describe such a charming place, The backwater has many inlets, which abound with fish, particularly bream, The water ends rather abruptly at the Missi esippi Falls. The forest of trees is so thick that the sun's rays scarcely ever penetrate through the branches. The tree-ferns are of immense size, ind cast a fine shade. Even in the hottest day. the air is bracing and cool and wonderfully tranquil and peaceful. The Lilly-Pilly tree is very pretty, its leaves being of the brightest verdure. The Supple Jack tree...
AMUSEMENTS. "WHEN LONDON SLEEPS." [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
AMUSEMENTS. WH E LONDON SLEEPS." Sith such oppressively hot weather ia otined last night, itg was nuo l-r?i-,sing that the dramatic ehter-: i mms~': Zicvn in the TownHall: by 'the ? i-b Compny was not well: tt?e.:nded. And as wll as affecting? the audics t hsat (andl the sesss~ity for comb3tin ~it) evidentlty a~fsfctea ?a? performers. whao were .bus h'. . their best. However1· he auti n ' snsppeared to enjoy the hua3mor or n rodu'ction, especially htet resite by he actor whoveryi natu~rrslly presend zhe whisky.