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WHAT OUR FOREFATHERS ATE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
WHA1 0W3 FGYEFATHERS ATE. A Gcrman pap-r publishes an inter es::ng art:cie cn the lost dishes of the ei dd Ages. Ih seems t-hat the art of cook~ng ls d'ci~netd, and ithat it. s ,n pgt due to yhe changing fashions i Cood. For instuance, in Germany,: in T1he middle Ages, many regetable? wc-e eL- ;:.. hare :ong sdice dis-: pearea :'u he table, such as vio 1t eiv-es, * uxy-d wi-h young nettles, mnis..e. .?nd ,, reen wnea., and boil~d h'em.!p seeds~ Sld wedre madeebf m,-ct, and purs-i }ne. m:xs. wrih sa~~i and pepper, for 1u' was. a.. ::,; :Co unknn; Olive Oil ,a:s clous:.,cti'ed to smack of effimina?y and Ita'ian i"ur-- iorse radish suce was used iead. The origin iof staue'-rau. u ost in antiquity. But t, was cer:. C- nint. by the Ger man hausfr?.u !ong before eauliflowere or arr'ichokes ,--oaorzao w"'ere knoo?n. The pota.?o revolutionisod the fare ,: the pocr. who had former o r on *. e roots of 2il, phnts. The ra 0e'0y ' nes:s was lre',, incluin: :esvrers, and in the crs÷ of Barne bea...
CROP ROTATION AND MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
CROP tiR OTA TOw Ari : CAU! , The dairy, rarm·rn ? w ?ao iL;-?hes :o remdin a dc:ry farmer nus: see ;1 that his total n:erence mut not be de voted to feeding dairy stock: o:9) tha a rot a Ln of crops :s ecLe-ry an &lt;3) tha.t the cons~ituents of the so:] so0d of the farm in the shan?e of mni,.k .muvst be retur'ned to the soil in thc, shape of manures. If the daiL'y f~r e InOr use his total aeres:5e :o re.. li:-cy cows, he al! exhaurs: all hfs !nnd ci the eonstituens.3 C..h.ra sppeo?r in m ilk. while it may De rich in :otr subs A - 'C tances th.: cppe-ar n ero-s. - ration of crops is ne?-cssary t.) m?rct these conditions, in ord-r to retain h:k tland i he.r0 and. bring ,rit to the dairy fIrmd r 'hen, wvh inalligent Tate~r'ng and ,eavy manrni, h t-mar rn'o- lou re iee - f acres to !:'aCe t1mself beyond the r:'v aLeS of drou.ht, an.d i :,- Le. , ab!e hinm to furcease his dai'v herd. One cnnoit continue -?o d.raw mtn,?ne out of a bank unless he p.?ys :none :.- _o the bank. Dair...
REUTER'S CABLES. DEPORTED LEADERS. UMGENI CALLS AT LAS PALMAS INTERVIEW WITH MEN. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
REJUTE&S CABLES. DEPORTED LEADERS. UMGENI CALLS AT LAS PALMAS INTERVIEW WITHK MEN. LONDON, MoNDAY.L The steamer Umgeni, which ic conveying the deported South African etrike-leaders to England, called in at Las Palmas to-day for provisions. Nobody was allowed to embark or to disembark, but a launch was brought alongside the steamer and from this the deported men were interviewed. They stated that they had intended to iusist on bUeig allowed to land at Laso Pa.nn, but afterwards they came to a decion not to mand in order not to corm prormise the captain aned oficere, who had treated them with much kindness. Mir j. T, Bain, general secretaryv of the Federation of Triades, declined to make any statement in r'egard to the deportation of hiimself and his colleagues until they hnd consulted with the English Labor leade-rs. IJr Bain admitted, however, that the deportation ihad not come a!toaether as a surprise.
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
Mx±INYNG NEWS. THE SHAREM.ARKET, Mr Noah Davey, atock and sharebroker, High-street, Mlaryborough, reports the following closing quotations at the last meetings of the 5Melbourne and Ballarat -tock exchanges yesterday afternoon: INVESTMIENTS. Amalg. Zine--b 127/7, a 281 ARARAT DISTRICT. Cjthcart--b 31, ales 3; Cathcart (paid)- b 3/, s 3/3 Cathcart Centra!--b 32/6, a 33- 3 Cathcart Victorv--b 1/i, i 1I10, sales iiS Central Langi-b 3/3, a 3/5, sales 3o5 Great Langi--b 4/, a 4/1, saies 3111, 4/1 Langi N.--b 6, a 6/1, sales 5/10, 6] Langi S.--b 15/, a ]7/ New Langi--b 33/9. s 33/10.. sales 33/9 Upper Langi-b 1/5, a 1/7 BEAUFORT DISTRICT. Beaufort Deep Lead-b 2/9, a 2/11 Hope-b 1013, a 12/ Hope Ext.-b 3/1, a 3/8 Hope Ext. W.-b 1/, a 1/3 BALLARAT DISTRICT, Llaiberris No. 1-b Si, a 9/ BERRINGA AND SCARSDALE. Birthday Tunnel -b 3/3, a 4/, sales 3/4 New Jubilee-b 1/, s i/6 Scarsdaile-b 218, a 31 Williams' Fancy--b 27/, 291 / DAYLESFO RD DISTRICT. Ajax-b 7/, a 10/ Ajax Central-b 29/, a 29/6 Aj...
MARYBOROUGH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
?MAIRYBOROUGB. TELEIPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS., Name, - - No. ""Advertiser " Office .. .-.,. 11 Albion Hotel:- .. .. ... 29 Bank of Victoria .. ... . 53 Bennell, C: B. (seniorlineman)... 63 Bennett, John .. ... .... 44 Brewery (and private residence) 12 Brownbill, G. M. . ... .. ... 49 ::Burgef;. .... ... .. ... 50 Bull and Month hotel ... ... .2 Cleary, J. N.... : .. . ........ 8 Colman and Lasrdner .. .. 39 Commerdal Hotel... ... ... 67 Court House . ... .. ... 45 Cox, J. B. .;.. :-.. ....... 21 Crameri, -E ..;. ..., .. .. 22 Crooks, J. B ... ....·.... 70 Davey, Noah... ... ... ...62 Daviel ... ......... ... 57 Deane, Dr ,BE.W. ... `.. . 23 Douglass and Son (F, Fisher) 1. 7 17 \Edwairds anhd Co ... .. ... 11 Fire Brigade... ....... . 31 Flour, MLilles and Mr Land's pri vate residence ... .. 47 Garde,- Dr G. E. ... - . .... 26 Gas Company. - ,. . ..... ... 61 Green, W. :... ... . ...-... .73 Grigg, B., and Qo, ,.. .. ... 87 H arrxe,I.,: .... ... .. ..... : 6 Herring, BE. ...
A COOL SHADE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
A COOL SiADE ,OUSE. There are few _pots in the garden that are more interesting or give great er pleasure to lovers of plante than a well constructed and nicely furnished shade or bush house. It is an inter esting place at all seasons, but partic ularly so during the hot surmmor months when growth is luxuria-nt, and tho house affords a pleasant shado from the heat of the sun. In our climate, numbers of plants that are difficult to grow in the greenhouse, can be grown to perfection in a bush or shade house. for, in addition to the plants grown in pots or planted in the soil for per manently furnishing the house, it also provides a place where pot plants can be grown and established that are re quired for indoor decoration; as well as a place for winltering varieties that have been used outside during the sum mer months. A shade house is easily construoted, and at little cost, unless, of course, ex. pensive material is used. All that is required is a reasonable amount of shade and she...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
diusness Nottees. LUCAS'S BIG SALE .A~ ~ -: 2-: TO-D)AY. : A Mone-Saving Opportunity FOQ-THR[FTY PEOPLE. (~UR every effort since Christnaas has .- . O. been bent in preparations for mak ing this Sale the most Etock-reducing event in our history. Every line throughout our huge stock of a seasonable character we have ruth lessly price-pruned, and many end-of "eason purchases fro?.u Melbourne manu facturer! will be sold At Le~s th.an they cost to produce. Everleay staple Goods, such as . HOUSEHOLD LINENS, .· · -. Notwithtbtsding ,late cai~-d acdvances of prices in the home market-, will be sub tantiSily u and be.riug in mind the fact that our goods came direct to us ::: from the looms and are bught for prompt cash, no city bouse with their big expenses can afford to serve you as heaply as we can end will. SEE OUR : . . · BIG PRICE-LIST.: I[ one has not been delivered at your door, a word and we will mail you one. '· . .- - . , : . . . ?i .: . .: - : SOUR :ADVICE IS SHOP IN THE M4ORNING...
OUR VACANT SPACES. CLOSER SETTLEMENT BLUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
OUR VACANT SPACES, CLOSER SETELEMENE BLUNDERS. To Victoria the muatter of close' settlement is of .uihl supreme intpor tance that any members of the House of Assembly who may hare become unusuallv exciied in diseusiung ie muit be pardoned. The State is apending millions of money in buying big estates to be cut up into allotments suitable for the small holder: it is advancing other millions to thise small holders to put them on their 'eet. This olicyf, if tuc. cessfullv carried ou, mea .Y the peopling of ur vacanu t sp C :,e li: 1 .. .l·, IacD prasperity o u' ou rati ir overgro;vn citie;. However, toe commii:tee apF oiuted .. inquire into ti e mattr is.u- d repo,..,t which has filed manr m embers of P..r liament and many ot tihe pubol?c ,ti dismay. We are t,.l that good La'' d has been bouSlt at to high a pri'ce, that somuch pcort' id has bee pur chased that tihe would-be s.tler has !eft thousaunds of acres .f ic on the broad backs of the t'ipamer, tr t n of the settlers thamn it are...
A FUNERAL IN NAZARETH. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
A -UNpERL ~~ T N-kAZAi.ETF Each religious communiT' has a ; - arate cemeterT and the Mloiuems hare two, A deatzh in the hou-si:,ld is im mediately- annoounced oU ,. -he ichbor hood by r!o shr:eks if ie rei ives who have been ittrinl ., -uni the deathbed. Irf a 1Molin i,, , -din· maa is turned so as -t face ilcoC,.' No special feigious c:i'emony is per formed then; but if the 1lst struggle seems to be pro iontged ie "kha-eb.' or priest, may be summioned to invo. .llah tha. t he soirir may oui'kl" leave .he dhstressed y. is believed o be the reward of a virtuous life t, h:;ve a quick ending. The hands are hIred up at the very las-, as , tinal ad:er enoe to the Moslem creed. Tihe mo menr that. the dea'h occurs the woImenUt scream, tear their hair, and rend thoir clothes, ;'especiall th ri? Coveritgi of their breasts, and beat their hests. This frenzy brings all the neighibours, whoc crowd into the chamber of grief 'nd add their voices to the tumult. Such a scene may last a 1n hour, b?h...
SECRET OF LONG LIFE. FAMOUS DOCTOR'S EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
SECRET OF LONG LIFE. FAMiOUS DOCTOR'S EXPER[. MENTS. " Life" for March contains a special article of exceptional interest describ ing the wonderful operations per. formed by Sir Arbuthbot W. Lane-a famous London surgeon-in short.cir. cuiting the intestines as a cure for ex treme constipation and diseases due to it. A woman came to Guy's Hospital in a deplorable state of health, apparently dying. She was thin, could take no food, and was covered with open sores. She was, moreover, not a cheerful iu valid, but was terribly depressed. Several doctors had failed to diaguose her case, but Dr. Lane decided that the trouble lay in her intestinev. lie operated, and found that part of her colon (sometimes known as the ox-bow), was in a bad way, so he cut it clean away and jpined up the ends, Within 2% hours the patient ceased to be melanchoiche. In a short whi'e the natural processes began again, and she improved rapidly. Meanwhiie, her sores which had not been treated at all, healed up, her...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
J S. ROBERTSON'S SENSATIONAL SALE IS NOW BEING HELD. ::(: RE AT preparations have been made to make this the most succeseaful effort - yet attempted at Clearing Out Stocks of all kinds. Each department ha- its quota of what we term SENSATIONAL BARGAINS. : MILLINERY, AT MARVELLOUSLY REDUCED PRICES, COSTUIMES. AT SENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS,. DRESS GOODS BEING CLEARED AT ABOUT HALF-PRICE, SLINEN AND COTTON GOODS, AT SENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS. -:: · \:,:. . .. = ,3: . . ..- - IN THE :LOTHING & MERCERY SRORE THE BARGAINS are Very Interesting. .MEN'S, YOUTHS', and BOYS' SUITS, at Reduced Prices, EATS, SHIRTS, SCARFS, BRACES, etc., at Gift Prices. i : Shop early in the day, thus avoid the inevitable crush usual during the afternoon. :· t D? iw Business Notices. :.- NEW YEAR GIFT3S. II R jjewe .Rdornment / ,, Apart from ita plecatng at- [ tracti 'venes ,, i - alw ays as - ociated -iwth events of more than ordinary importance. Your choice from our ex tensive variety of Fash ionable fewelery...
THE OLD SCHOOL. (TO THE EDITOR "M. & D. ADVERTISER.") [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
THiE OLD SCHOOL. (To THEa~ EnDrron " Mi. & D. ADVERTISER.") SIr,-My thanks to "404" for his recent reminiscences of the early days of the old school. His remarks deal mainly with the head teachers who, whilst certainly in command, are not always so closely associated with the scholars as are the members of the teaching staff. My association with 404 was mainly during Mr W. Cox's regime; and, on the staff with him, were Mr Perrin and Mr Robert Burns. The two latter gentlemen had charge of the side issues, which tend so much to make school duties a pleasure instead of a task. I fancy that, to Mr Perrin, the credit belongs for the success of the drum and fife band at Geelong on so many occasions. It would be very interesting if the records of the band, and the members thereof, could be col lected and kept associated with the school history. I have very pleasant recollections of a couple of visits to Geelong in the latter years of the band's existence. The street parades, at the...
A WIFE'S CLAIM. THE BENCH INTERVENES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
A WIFE'S CLAIM. THE BENCH INTERVENES. Mr and Mre James Wright, of East Maryborough, once more re appeared before Mr D. Berriman, P.Mi., at the Maryborough police court yesterday. This time Mrs Wright had a maintenance claim to make against her husband, who, she alleged, had left her without suffi cient means of support. Mr R. M. iManchester, of Melbourne, appeared for plaintiff, and Mr E. F. G. Jolley, Mi.A., LLM., of Maryborough, for the defence. Mr Manchester, in the course of his plaint, said that Wright was re ceiving £3 3s per week as an engine driver on the railways and should pay 25s par week to the support of his wile. This was only reasonable after having stopped her credit, left her, and threatened to take the furniture. Louisa Wright, in evidence, said that since 1912 her husband had persistently knocked her about, beat ing and bruising her. In conse quence of witness buying a blouse in place of one defendant had torn, he had stopped her credit. fSubse quently, defendant ...
PAT'S NEW ASTRONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
PAT'S NEW ASTRONOMY. Pat found it impossible to believe that the earth was round in spite of the numerous arguments of an emin ent astronomer. "But look here, Pat said the latter, "you munst see that the world can't be anything else but round. Now. tell me, where does the sun rise," "Ia the east, of course," said Pat. "And where does it set?" "Why, in the west." "Well, then. how did it manage to Pat thought hard for a minute. T'hen an intelligent look dawned in his eye. "Why, of course," said he at last, "it just slips back in the night!" got back i, th.> west again by the moruing; tell me thatP" "I've never seen the. man yet." she declared, "who couldn't be made .a fool of by a pretty woman. Umn !" h roplied. "Of course, you. I take it, have stuiied the matter from the sandnoint of the innocent bystander.'
CHEMICAL VALUE OF MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
CHEAMICAL VALUE OF MAN. Dr Emil Hahn, writing in the Mtde zinisohe Blaetter, mentions LI 11;6 as the value cof a man weighing 1501bs The man's fat, according to the writer is worth 10,5. Of iron. there is barely enough to make a nail 1 inch long. There is, however, sufficient lime to wash a good-sized fowlhouse, Of phospherous. there is enough to put heads on 2200 matiohes. and the magnesium in his body would provide a very pretty fireworks display. The man further holds within his organism albumen in suftficient to make 100 eggs while of sugar he has a teaspoonful, and of salt a mere pinch.
CANADIAN FISHERIES. EXTRAORDINARY ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
CANADIAN FISH R%!E, EXTRAORDINARY ACCIDENT An extraordinary condition, .gard ing the British Columbia Salmon fish eries, which may seriously affect ithe futuLr of the canning trade, has rcent lv been reported to the Fisheries De pnartment! at. Ottawa. In bu.idng their British Columbia line ·iong the precipitous banks of the Fraser Liver, the Canadian Northern railway, is re ported to have blasted enormuus quantities of rock into the famouas salmon river. These masses of rock have so deflected the current that when a big "run"': occurs, they are unable to pass the obstacle, and eie consequently prevented from reaoh ing their spawning grounds. This year there was a big "run" and it is stated that. nu.en the salmon reached these dams, they were uinal le to so on. and millions turned back and died without spawnifug. The results will probably be serious, as a big run occurs every four years, when there is an increase of three and four million dollars in the salmon canning trade. Thie suo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
TO DO OTHERS GOOD. "1 have been living in S. WV. Queens: land for thirteen years," writes Mr. J. L. Tinain!e, Editor of the Cnnnamulla "Watcl-man." " During that time I have bu nobiect to att acks of Diarrhoea and hawe alway founid Chamberlain's CoIil and Diarrhoea Remedy to quickly relice me. I can recommend it to any one e?ouering from that complaint. You 'may :e this letter ac you see fit for it is "riten to do othere ood."' For osale by B EaLi and Co., J. Thornhill and Co., J. Gracie, lowlett and Black. "Oceolo" hampoo, by HI, Deady, hairdresser, and illI 5torekeePers. From the workshop direct to the home. All middlemen's profite saved by dealing with T. WALLS & Co., Furniture Mannu facturers, Maryborough and Terani. Inspect our factory in Almas-treet; it will saurprise yoe.-(AdVt;. Our GREAT SALVAGE SALE is held over, when due notice will be given. Best Pacon, 6)(d per lb. Preserved Tomatoes, 6d tin. Preserved Pine Apple, 7kd. Preserved Apricote, 7}?d. Mildura Raisins, ...
BETLEY V. BET BET. BETLEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
BETLEY V. BET BEP. BETLEY, Tuesday. This match was begun at Betley on Saturday. Bath teams having scored the same number of points, more than usual interest was centred in the match. Jho Betley captain, having won the toss and noticed that his opponents were a bowler (Robson) short, decided to bat. B3etley remained at the wickets for the greater part of the afternoon in compiliog 274 runs. ijoward was in excellent form with the bat, and his contribution of 1:37 equalled any pre. vious performance of his younger days. He hit 1S fours and one sirx. Wynne, with 52 to his credit, played a mas toerly innings; included in his score were eight fours. Bet Bet had lost one wicket for 14 runs when time was called. Scores: BETLEY. Howard, c Haberle, b Clover ... 137 Murphy, b Patterson .. .. 4 Wynne, b Clover .. ...... 52 G. Peart, c Alderson, b Clover .. 11 Melton, lbw, b Jones ... .. 24 C. Peart, c Haberle, b Clover .. 18 Elliott, b Clover ... .. .. 3 H. Peart, b Clover... ........ O Warneck...