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CRICKET. ENGLAND V. SOUTH AFRICA. DURBAN, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
CRICKET. ENGLAND V. SOUTH AFRICA. 'DURBAN, MoNDaY. The fourth test match between the Marylebone Cricket Club's eleven and a team representing South Africa was continued to-day. Scores: ENGLAND. First Innings. Hobbs, c Nourse, b Blanckenber~g 64 Rhodes, lbw, b Carter ... ... 22 Hearne, c Newberry, b Carter .. 2 Mead,cNewberry, bBlanckenberg 31 Tennyson, c and b Newberry ... 1 Douglas, c and b Carter ... ... O Woolley, c Hande, b Newberry.. 9 Bird, b Carter ... ... .. 8 Relf, b Carter ... .. ... 11 Barnes, not out ...... ... 4 Strudwick, b Carter ... .. 0 Sundries ...... ...... 11 Total ... .... ... 163 Bowling.-Leroux, 0 for 19; Cox, 0 for 30; Newberry, 2 for 18; Blanckenberg, 2 for 35; Carter, 6 for 50. SOUTH AFRIOA. First innings ...... .. 170 Second Innings. H. Taylor, not out ........ 17 Ward, b Barnes .. ... .. 1 Dan. Taylor, not out ...... 10 Sundries ... ... ... ... 4 One wicket for ...... 32
THE SMART SET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
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"THE DOMINOES." [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
vlE OMITNOES.1 reving Mr 31. ThLoa Snii' e ~ i r Down Hall for the :ies in Msryborough- with j- D3 noSnunc a nlue combination a ln: " Ihe Domiaoes?" are i n'h c n~-ub, andi the features of me enenateent ne meods-, music, rc.±: jot of the u c. l: :.?h?i artist appear in eisooz, cos "?i s, and the per. -ncsy is ":Fid a -entertain. fhs' in :s - pl-r- po-sibiSlity of cana was case soby s a y,.?u?' s-.s ? ]V 7o0 will o I i 5 .... pcan Ks! ~ c'xia
FEDERAL MATTERS. MR COOK INTERVIEWED. MELBOURNE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
/FEDERAL MATTERS. hLPR COOK INTERVIEWED. MELBOURNE, TH~EDAY. -Representatives of the Associated Cbhambers of M-anufactures placed before the Prime M-inister, Mr Cook. a series of.. resolutions carried at the annual meeting of the Chamber in October last, Among the questions place~d before Mr Cook for considera tion were some relating to preference to unionists, immigration, Federal! territdry, and Government contracts, In :reply the Prime Minister said that he: favored the suggestion tha~t an advisoryl board of Australian ex perts be: appointed to control the layihg out a-nd development of the Federal capita?: territory. He could not for the life of him understand why it was that the Commonwealth had to pay for work on the capital out of:revenue. This ~seemed to him altogether a .ridicu!onus idea. He thoupght the whole zmatter should be placed on a -busineses footing, and p:ai;d. for out of loan money If placled under trustees, as in the case af.:t Washington, he believed that the F...
BUTCHERING TRADE. SLAUGHTERMEN RETURN TO WORK. MELBOURNE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
BUTCHEREING TRADE. SLAUGHTERMEN RETURN TO WORK. MELBOURNE, TusonAY. The dispute at the City Abbattoirs over the question of the cleansing of pens which resulted in the strike of slaughtermen yesterday, was settled:. this morning and work was resume?d. It is uncertain, however, wheiher the settlement will prove permianent.: The question of clean sing and:white washing of pens has been a: cause of disagreement be tween the employers and employees for some wee:kso: . Conferences were held on Jkanuary 20th and 22nd, betweenir :representatives of the paster ::butchers :and the employees union, :and certai~i conditions were agreed upon. Clause 4 of the pro posed - agreement stated " that slaughtermen shall not be required to do scrubbing down or white wash. jig." It-is alleged by the men that this portion of the proposed agree. ment was accepted by the employers representatives, but since then noth ing has been done in the nmatter. :Yesterday: the cleansing of the pens was carried out by ...
JUDGE ON FORGERY. YOUNG MAN SENTENCED. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
JUDGE ON FORGERY. YOUNG MAN SENTENCED. At the Maryborough General Ses sions held by Judge Winnecke on Monday, the only case set down for hearing was a charge of forgery and utteriog preferred against William Gustave criffiths, of Box Hill, formerly oi Dunolly. Defendant was charged with having, on July 24 last, felonionusly forged three pro missory notes-one for £200, and two for £100 each-purporting to be made payable by Robert Randall, on the Commercial Bank, Lascelles ; and also with having uttered the same. Accused pleaded guilty. Mr E. F. G.Jolley, I.A., LLM., of Maryborough, appeared for the Crown, and Mr C. W. Miorrissey, of Melbourne, for the defence. Joseph Nicholas Cleary, insurance inspector, said he knew accused at Lascelles, where he had been used as a reference in confidential re ports. Witness was indeed surprised that a man of his character had got into trouble. William H. F. Couchman, area officer,. bore testimony to accused's good character at Dunolly. Mr Morrissey...
INTERSTATE CRICKET. SOUTH AUSTRALIA V. VICTORIA. ADELIADE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
INTERSTATE ORICKET. SOUTIh AUSTRALIA V,. VICTORIA. S..ADELIADE Tak. •'' . a.~~~~ ~~a. To-day the interstate match: be tween Vietoria and South Australi-a was continued. The weather was esxtremeiy hot. Scores i:: SOUTH AUSTRALLA.' First iniugs .... - . . - Second innings ... . 549 'Total, ,F *, ,. . . Firi , 'a.ing .. Second Innings. W$, a Caunpbeil, b Wiihmaesree 59 Carroll, b Orartford 1l9 aring, b COrawfordc. 7 aiernan, e and b Crawford . :." A stthews, !bw, bOrawfdrd .i.. 0 R\de1, nor out .. 39 i; :b Crawford ~ ., 0 .i~ zpatricok,cvroep , b7Wi;fime-e 24 'st.on, c and-b raW3ord " .' -I Souter, not out 0 S gt wiket fr nd 1ie.5 Eight wick~ets for-:: I-*·
PEA-RIFLE DANGER. TWO BOYS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
PEA-RIFLE DANGER. TWO BOYS FINED. The firstcases that have been beard locally under the new Act for the control of pea-rifle shooting came before Mr D. Berriman, P.M., at the Maryborough police court yesterday. William Teasdale, aged 17. was first charged .with having, on January 25, loaned a pea-rifle to Edward Mole, a boy under the age of 18 years. Mr E. F. G. Jolley appeared for the defence, and (on his advice) defendant, who had first pleaded rot guilty, amended the plea to one of guilty. Constable H. N. R. 3MDonald gave evidence to the effect that he had interrogated Teasdale and Mole regarding their movements on the date mentioned, and the former said that Mole fired a rifle at a parrot. Both boys were riding the one bicycle. Isaac J. Chadwick, laborer, of Adelaide Lead, testified that he, with others, was sitting outside his resi dence on Sunday, January 25, when a bullet whizzed within a few ieet of them. He went out and saw Mole taking a pea-rifle down from his ahoulder. Wh...
A HOLIDAY TRIP. VISIT TO THE GIPPSLAND LAKES. (No. 3.) THE TAMBO RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
A HOLIDAY TRIP. VISIT TO THE GIPPSLAND LAKES. (BY " ALLEGRO.") (No. 3.) THE TAMBO RIVER. One of the best trips around Lakes' Entrance is to Swan Reach, up the charming Tambo River. On the way ,we pass many interesting little places, and soon sight the river, which enters into Lake King. At lastwe leave the lake and are slowly gliding up the limpid fresh water of the Tambo. Hop and maize planta tions are seen alongside the river banks. With interest we notice the queer-shaped silos used for storing winter fodder; also a tangled mass of undergrowth, fernse, river reeds, and wild hops. Further on we see crops of melons and potatoes, The weeping willow, cherry tree, wattle, and honey-suckle grow right down to the water's edge. The ti-tree, iron-bark, myrtle, convolvulus flower and wild raspberry greet us as we journey onwards. The clematis creeper growing over the blackwood tree is also in evidence. It is said that the willows have been planted there to protect the banks from floods. Ev...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 February 1914
The annual-Charity Carnival to be held in Prince's Park this afternoon should provide a pleasant and enjoyable outing for the public. No less than 42 events are programmed, and embrace foot and bicycle racing, and a number of novelties. The first event is timed to start at a quarter past one o'clock. The publicaus' booth will be run by the local bonifaces, under the management of Mr L. Robottom, and the entire profits handed to the carnival committee. A ladies' committee will have charge of the luncheon, light refreshments, fruit, lolly, and ice-cream stalls. Th the evening in the park 3Mr Marchant's biograph pic tures will be screened with a powerful electric plant, the programme being as follows:--" The Old Confectioner's Mis take" (comedy drama), "Just Like a Woman" (drama), " Kiwala Lumpa" (scenic), ",When Youth Meets Youth" (drama), " Max Linder and the Maid" (comic), " Bill at Work " (comic), Pathe Drama (star subject), " From Rags to Silk" (2000ft ). The charge for admie sion...
CARISBROOK. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914
CARISB ROOK. MECHANICS' INSTITU rIE. The annual meeting of the committee of the Carisbrook 5lechanics' iustitute and Library was held on Saturday evening last at the institute. Mr Jas. Landrigan, president, eccupied the chair. The balance-sheet for the past year, which was presented by the secre tary, duly audited and found correct, was adopted. Various congratucatory remarks were passed by members of committee, -as the library now enters upon another year with a credit b0aance of £34 12s 7d. During the evening an honorarium of £2 2s w, uanimously voted the secretary (Mrs E Duncombe) for the praiseworthy manner i n -hich she had conducted the bnsines3 of the year. The following otEcers were ap pointed for the ensuing year :-- rest dent, Rev; TW. J. Mierisch; vice-presi dent, Mr G- H. Shebler; secreta:ry, Mrs E. Duncombe; treasurer, MIr W. F. Casey;' librarian, IMrs Bert Larncster; committee, Dr. Kelly, Miss Leadbeater, M-essrs Jas. Landrigan, A. H. Dowie, T. Ingram, L. Bland, C. Ten...
STABBED BY ROBBERS. INCIDENT IN FITZROY. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914
STABBED BY ROBBERS. INCIDENT IN FITZROY. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. Joseph Frum'ing had an exciting experience 1st night. Shortly be fore 10 o'clock he was walking along St. Davis-street, Fitzroy, and when near Young-otreet he was attacked by four young men. He felt a sharp sting in the back as though he had been stabbed by some sharp instru ment. He was overpowered by his assailants, who after knocking him down, robbed him of £2 in gold and silver. Frumling, who is a laborer, interviewed a constable, who took him to St. Vincent's Hospital. Two stitches were inserted in a flesh wound in his back, and he was allowed to go home. Detectives Howard and Rohan are iuquiriug.
BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914
SBORUGH COUNCIL. The Maryborough Borough Council met llast evening. Present-The Mayor- (Cr. H. :E. Williams, J.P.), and Oris. Green,- Solomon, Frost, Lewtas, M'Donagh, :and Hubble. An apology for absence was received from Ce. Casey.: In the absence on holidays of :.the Town Clerk (Mfr H. N. Phillips), the secretarial work was attended to by Mr F. TL. :Outtrim.-: : :.CORRESPONDENCE. Fi?om Mr C. Gardiner, B~nk of Victoria, Coleraine, inquiring re a piece of land in Maryborough owned hy a Mr Sta~ford Bird 50 years ago, Mr: Outtrim reported that the allotment was situated on the Avoca road, and the matter was referred to the Town Clerk. , From Bailway Commissioner, in timating that consideration. wasl beinog givn the matter of a-- itionaL seating accommodation at the Mary-. borough station. :From, Defences department, in-. timatinatg (in reply to the council's. inauiry) that the removal oe the drill-instructor from M aryborough was not contmplated. Thei! T Mo, . t??ia o sated that havin...
TEMPERANCE NOTES. (Contributed by Temperance Council.) [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914
TEMDPERANCE NOTES. (Contributed by Temperance Council.) "The Pioneer," Ontario's reliable, aggressive and wide-awake temperance organ, recently pubiished an able re sume of the temperance situation in that province. There are 837 muni cipalities in the province; 502 of these are dry and 333 are wet. The progrces of the no-license movement is shown most significantly in the fact tha' in 1875 there were 6185 liquor licenses granted in the province, and in 19:3 they were cut down to 1620. During the seven years 1907-13 there were 535 temperance contests, and in 147 of these the liquor mien had majorities, but in 388 the tem perance men had majorities, The permanence of the local option victories is shown in the fact that while the liquor men might have instituted repeal contests last year in no less than 240 pisces, they only dared fight in 22, and they only scored one win. During the last five years they brought on repeal contests in 8t places and won five. This year there are local o...
BUTCHERING CRISIS. PROSPECTS OF SETTLEMENT. DOUBTFUL OUTLOOK. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914
BUTCHERING -CRISIS. PROSPECTS OF SETTLEMENT. DOUBTFULO OUTLOOK. MELBOURNE, THUDaYns . Whether the threateneds-trike in the butchering trade:. .will, so far as Victoria is concerned,.be averted by the acceptances ,.of the employers' proposals for settlement at to-night's mass meeting i-s extremely doubtful. At last -night's conferenceonly the main questions in. dispute were dis cussed. .:The smaller demands, such as the, employment of junior labor and other matters;, ,were. postponed for: the :time being. Wages and time of employment were c·onsidered ex haustively. The employers' repre sentatives, proposed, increasea in wages, but they could not see their way clear to come down to 48 houre pier week. This morning there was consider able discussion as to the prospects of the mass meeting of the men. While many- were inclined to the belief t in :a spirit of optimiism thepro. c1·f-sats ould be aceset a he bk4tie~n , i inrease opossdarf a ot ci c ut eensg Aiiatisfyr hall only gone a trie...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914
GENERAL NTEWS. uin the Commwowealth during .9139 at many as 50,283 workmen w~-re h volved in 20S disputes, 622.o35 oorking days were !ost, and £288,101 was ls in wages. The excessive ~eas of -Tednesis2 sericous!l aected a number of PIgs at the Ballarat saloyards. ' Car"e number qf th,- aiimls bec:me sheIse .ei with heat ap >lexy, and t.eve. of them succum bed. Record figures of output y re sho;n in the bna-yearlry report of : Nort:h1 Broken Hi!l Ltd. to 3cst December, when a inet profi of 3 51,£'-5' 0 wa earned. One or two bookmakers .ere .ia timised at Cuad¾~Ieldo turddy throud tre medium or forzed bettine ticced?. One paid out £90and anoth r £35 on false tickets. The promoters of the recsnt earnia! in aia of the Dayleotord Hospit'al h re paid to the committee 1-O00, the Er~o instalment of the proceed, which are expecte:I, when all mone.ys hae been paid in, to total a'bout £700. Fire thousand cadets and 2000 ;:itizen troops will take part ma parade oi: 8aturdsa, on the Ansot rac...
LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914
LADIES' COLUMN. By "Ambrosine." The new sleeve, the new collar, the rew sash! It is oimply a question or picking and choosing. For example, ither is the high girdle with fiimy bertha. Such satisfies a slender figure and no other. The same may be said of the much draped skirt. Before me, as I write, is a very pretty costume in flowered silk. It has a bertha with a pretty free frill, a high girdle, which the style makes higher, and a. skirt with free pannier sides, gathered to the back a third down. ihe effect is reminiscena of the shepherdess-Dres den China. A beautiful dress is in yellow and white etamine, beetle-wing like panniers, the least bit festooned, It goes with a rather large hat of maline, and a parasol of net and silk, of same color scheme. A lovely gar den party frock is of embroidered crepo and rose chiffon. First take the bod we section-bolero-like "V" neck. The sleeve is to elbow, and near shoulder is banded with roses. embroidery be low. The edge of the bodice, free ...
HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS. MR A. J. WARREN'S CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914
HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS. MR A. J. WARREN'S CASE. From "Hansard" we extract the following report of the debate on the Education department's estimates which took place in the Legislative Assembly : Mr Outtrim: I wish to say a few words about the dissatisfaction that e.ieta rmong numbers of teachers throughout the Siate as to the posi tion in which they are placed in con nection with high schools. Through the action of Parliament in establish ing h~ih lhcoi?, a large nrumber o, private scholIs were shut up. Mos of the teachers in those privatF.i schools were taken into the high sohools, and many of them seem to be dissatisfied with the appointment i which they have received, As th. result of the estaboiishment of a high school at Maryborough, three private schools in that town were closed, and two of the teachers-Mr M'Cav and Mr Warren-were taken into the high school. In January last, Mir M'Cay was transferred to Mel bourne, Mr Warren, who is a most capahble man, ezpected that he would t...