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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914

THE WEATHIER. The weather has been extremely hot for thepast week, with no signs of a change. There is a shortage of water at present, and rain is badly needed for stock and domestic purposes. Water carting is general. The State school residence has already begun, and good progress is being made by the contractors.

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914

SOME recent observations in the SFortnightly" upon the madness of party are pertinent in considering the tactics of the brawling nonenti ties of the Commonwealth Parlia ment, enslaved by the machine and declaring loudly, " We can't govern; " and you shan't." Savile, first Marquess of Halifax nicknamed "The Trimmer," was Minister of State in the reigns of Charles II., James II, and William II.; and M'Caulay tells us that he was the most original political thinker of his century. He has left us some observations that point a moral even for ultra-demo cratic Australians. "The best party "is but a kind of conspiracy against "the rest of the nation; they put "everybody else out of their pro "tection," he says ; " like the Jews " to the Gentiles, all others are the "off-scouring of the world. Party "cutteth off one half of the world "from the other, so that the mutual " improvement of men's understand "ings by conversing, etc., is lost, '" and the men are half undone when "they lose the a...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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THRESHING OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914

THBRESHING OPERATIONS. Four threshing machines were at work during the week within n three mile radius of the township. Theo cat crop yielded fairly well; on an aversge from eight large bags up to 13 per acre. The wheat carting is nearly finihed.

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914

IN MEMORIAM. STEPHENS.-In sad and loving memory of our dear wife and mother, Sarah Eliza beth Stephens, who passed away on the 20th February, 1913. A life mads beautiful by kindly deeds, A generous heart for other.' need., A preeence making sunshine where ahe trod, Glad with the happy, resting now with God. If we could have our dearest wish fulfilled, Or ask from heaven whatto'er we willed, Or have our choice of ail earth's treasuree, too, My wife, our mother, we would tk for you. -Inserted by her sorrowing husband and children, of Smith-street, Carisbrook. FRIDAY, EB. 20, 191 FRIDAY, FEB. 20, 1914.

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" DOWN OUR WAY." MARYBOROUGH'S INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914

"DOWN OUR WAY." MARYBOROUGH'S INFLUENCE. (Br A M.S.) Has anybody in iMaryborough ever heard of Bulumwaal? Certainly every body in Bulumwaal has heard of Mary borough. Of course, even the freshest immigrant will tell you that Mary borough has a fine station and "bonzer" sports on New Year's Day. But at Bulumwaal every second one-and there are a hundred and fifty " second ones "-can tell you of Mariner's Reef, Adelaide Lead, Leviathan Reef, and David Curtain. But wherein is this place so much concerned with Mary borough? Look up the " Argus " of a week back and you'll see where the Bulumwaal coach, in descending Mat's Hump, fouled its brakie. Result: Coach completely inverted, horses :killed, and passengers conveyed to Bairnsdale hospital. Well, Mat's Hump is one of the foothills ofMt. Taylor (nearly 2000ft. high), and is one of the steep pinches on the road running north from Bairnsdale to Butumwaal. Travellers on this road are barred by all insau:ance companies. Bulumwaal is au old ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914

DISORDERED LIVER. "For disorders of the liver and stomrach there is no better medicine than Chamberlain's Tablets," wvritea Mrs. MargaretJ. Watson, Emerald, Q. "I iaffered with headaches caused by a dis ordered liver. Hearing my customers speak so bighly of Chamberiin'i Tablets I thoughtI would try what they would do forme. After the first few dooes I noticed an improvement, and after I had taken a couple of boxes founrd myself quite relived of headachos, which have not returned. For sale by B. Earl and Co., J. Thornhill and Co., J. Gracie, Howlett and Black. " Occlo" snhamnpoo, by H. Deady, hairdresser, and alsil store -eeper5, AN OwD NnseR Foa CrLLmn;:.-" Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup" for Children Teething. Should always be used for Children while Teething. In soothes the child, softens the gumr, allays all pain, cures Wind Colic, and is the best remedy ior Diarrhoea. Directions for ueing Mm WmRLow's - BooGmi RTGuP.-For a child nunder one month old, 6 to 10 drops; three months old...

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CRICKET. MATCH AGAINST M.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914

CRICKET. MATCH AGAINST M.C.C. In this match, which was played on the M.C.C. ground on Wednesday, the combined team (Maryborough and Castlemaine) batted first, and compiled 179. Selenmeyer (58), Stevens (33), and Clover (14) scored best. Ironmonger took seven wickets for 50, Vaughan three for 18, Eeles one for 25, Donahoo one for 29. M.C.C. scored 232 for seven wickets. Daley 72, Hobart 50, Eeles 44 not out, Vaughan 30 not out, Sholl 14 bowliig, Davey three for 45, Ellis, 2 for 50, MI'Allister one for 28, Stevens one for 50. M.C.C. won by three wickets and 53 runs.

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MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914

MINING NEWVS. THE SHAREMARKET. Mr Noah Davey, stock and sharebroker, High-street, Miaryborough, reports the following closing quotations at the last meetings of the Melbourne and Ballarat stock exchanges yesterday afternoon: IN VESTMENTS. Amalg. Zinc-b 28/, a 28/3 ARARAT DISTRICT. Cathcart-b 3/, a 3/4 Cathcart (paid)- s 3/1, sales 31 Cathcart Central--b 30/3, a 30/4)?, sales 31 9, 30/3 Cathcart Victory-s 1/9 Central Langi--s 3/4, sales 3/2 Greit Langi-b 3/7, s 3/9, sales 31/8 Langi N.-b 5!6, s 5/7, sales 5/7 Langi S.-b lil1 Langi S. (paid)-b 15/, a 17/ New Langi-b 31/10),, a 32/, sales 3114~, 32/ i pper Langi-b 1/4, s 115, sales 1/4 Uppa Langi (paid)-b 216 BEAUFORT DISTRICT. Beaufort Deep Lead--b 218, a 2/10 Hope-b 8/, a 9/6 Hope Ext.-b 3], a 312, salea S 3/, 3/3 Hope Ext. W.-b 1/, a 1/3 Hope N.--s 12/6 Hops 8.-b 2/5, sales 2/4 BALLARAT DISTRICT. Llanberrie No. 1-b 71, a 8/3 New Normanby-b 3/9, a 4/ BERRINGA AND 0SCARSDALE. Birthday Tunnel -b 3/, sales 3/5 Golden Reefs-b 2/1, a 2/3 ...

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HOSPITAL CARNIVAL. MARYBOROUGH'S EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914

HOSPITAL CARNIVAL. -- ------ MARYBOROUGH'S EFFORT. Last year the annual carnival held at Maryborough in aid of the district hos- pital transpired on March 19. For some reason this date, which ,was eminently suitable from a weather viewpoint, was not adhered to for the carnival of 1914, the gathering being held on Wednesday last. It was not surprising, then, that typical February weather was experienced and had a detrimental effect. Every day of the week had been blazing hot, and Wednes- day was no exception. The shade tem- perature at the post office was 104 degrees, and it can easily be believed that Prince's Park oval was not .any cooler. As a matter of fact, the towns- people, for the most part, did not go to the park to sample the weather con- ditions there, and, as a result, the car- nival was not a success. But it can hardly be fairly main- tained that the oppressive heat was the only factor in adversely affecting the gathering. A variety of suggested causes might be put forwa...

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A HOLIDAY TRIP. VISIT TO THE GIPPSLAND LAKES. (No. 4.) COACH TRIP TO BUCHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914

A HOLIDAY TRIP. VISIT TO THE GIPPSLAND LAKES. (BY " ALLEGRO.") (No. 4.) COACH TRIP TO BUCHAN. To visit the Buchan caves is, of course, the Mecca of the tourist's am- bition. The trip is made by Mr. J. R. Coate, and the fare is 21s 6d re- turn from Cunninghame (not includ- ing meals). After visiting charming Lake Tyers, a long coach ride of 17 miles from the Nowa Nowa hotel is taken, and we are landed at the township of Buchan. This little place is composed of a store, hotel, coffee palace, school, church, and a few private houses. It is situated in a hollow near the river, and is sur- rounded by limestone hills which are covered with red, loamy soil. The flats are fertile, and grow maize to perfection. The coach ride to Buchan, through the forest country, is not without interest. Lovely wild flowers and native heath appear at every turn. The kookaburra, mag- pie, thrush and the charming lyre- bird occasionally burst forth into song, flooding the woods with their rich melodies. The w...

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NATTE YALLOCK. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 February 1914

NATTE YALLOCK. CRICKE P. On Saturday iast Notte Tal!ock beat Homebush by 43 ruus. Homebush made 69, of which Ii. Bradler com piled 27. Natte Yallock's score was 112, the lowest score they have m.ide for the season. H. Andrews 33, and H. Streeter 29; were the two highest scorers. For Natte Yallock J. Act. bury took 6 wickets for 24 runs. Natte' allock Temperance Journeyed to Stuart Mill, and lost by tbe narrow margin of of 3 runs. For Temrerannc', N. Elliott made 69 runs. The Tem perance boys were loud in their praises of the kind treatment they re ceived from their Stuart Mill friends. The match between Redbank and Mioonambel ended in a draw, slightly in favor of Redbank.

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LUCERNE HAY. HOW BEST MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

S LUCERNE HAY. HOW BEST MADE. To turn gresn lucerne into go, sc k-p ing hay is a matter about which farie; frequently ask for guidance. .\n c--' ing to a Bulletin issued by in of :0.h American experiment station:-, iue-rn,: intended for hay should be cut when i,. begins to bloom. The leaves, 'i are much richer in protein than 1, otems, drop and shatoter worse in eu, ting if the plants are llowed to ;n ture too much before harveti'ig. I has also been observed that when (, ' at the beginning of the bloom pcriKr , about one-t-enth in blooni-the ne-x crop, under favorable conditions. starts quickly and makes rapid headway. The most important factor in maki.g good hay is favorable weather. JIay exposed to< excessive rains, espec:a!ly that from leguminous olants, is gr.atri injured in quality and feeding value. Every farmer knows? that hay is injured by rain and dew, which cause it to bleach and mould, and tako from it the natural aroma and palatibility eseon tial in hay of goo...

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RAISING CROPS WITH GUN-POWDER. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

hAmImS G CROPS VWiTH m U POWDER. The old brown gt.npoi ,, ..r .. standard in the rnited S-at- n , but disused since the i:ntroduction smokeless powder, h~s be n found by the Navy Deportment to pos.s vs uc a a fertldser, we are told ;y he In ventive Age. Says this pa?er : irow, powder oonta'ns about p cr cen: potassium nitraeo both of which r constituents of fertilisers. Th,_ a thor:ties at Indian Head. :-he iay proving station, wrote to the Agicu tural Department and askhe the e perts if they did not, want -o -x er: ment with the gunpowder a 't r. The offer was reus?.ei Then he navy officials determined to use i- thc.elvr on the truck pat-ob in cnnact:n wT, the proving ground. The '.ult is y ported to be most promisin:. The garden truck suc-ea'ed beyond , pre vious records. The plan " -? :d on a larger scal f.r A stun{-,-1 cals will never ,:-.k o, wood a cow a.- i would if it ._ bes aept steadily growing. Fond Mamma : ",Isn't :aby ttin big? Just see how solid heo is" Pp: "He does se...

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REUTER'S CABLES. MEXICAN TROUBLE. A WANTON MURDER. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

Rh?UTER{'S C9ABLES. M"XICAN TY OU LE° A WANTON MUBDEit. fat I a "`. _ . ýi . i s B L0 % W SHINGTO FuDAY. Telgrams from El. "o, Texas, give further particulare of the mur der of the English rancher, Benton, by General Vill, the ._Meicn rebel leader. The American consul yat Juarez I steates that the Englishman was executed on the :ru 'd that he plotted agan. . Vila's life. He was summarily tried by court martial and led before a firing .quad before he could protest. intense indigna tion has been aroused by the act, I and the Amercan : ch.racterise it as a wanton murder. A" mars meetmn) has been held at Washington, and Sir Cecil Spring Rice, British tnmnba_.dor, has asked Mr Bryan, Secretary of State, to in stitute inquiries. V thorough in Fee ig tion has besn promised. It apear.s that Benton, who wasa wealthy man, protested to Vilia against te drbledations on his estate, Vii has been interviewed by American reporter=, and denied any knowledge of Benton's whereabouts. He said that Bent...

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SOCIAL AT WILLARD HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

SOCIAL AT WILLARD HALL. A pleasing enter'ainment was held at Willard Hall on Thursday f venin . It will be remembe'ed that Mr L. J. Rowlands gave hii music pupil= a Xmaas party, chic! was heartily ap. preciated by all whc attended. At that gathering a photograph of most of the pupils was taken end an enlargement made. It was tbeat decided amongst the scholars to give Mr Rowlands a re turn social, and this eventuated on Thursday evening hat, when there was a good gathering of scholars and their friends from lierybirough and sur. rounding places. Yr A. Whav, who was one of the prime movers in the affair, presided at the gathering. The entertainment consisted of many splen did items, which were admirably ren. dered.. The programme was as fol lows:- Overture for piano and violin, " Moonlight Echoes," Miss Land and Mr L. J. Rowlands solo, "The sweetest story ever told " (with violin obligato), Miss M'Lerton ; duet, " Flow on thou shining river," Misses Meaud and Ruby Whay; flute solo (wi...

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HARVEST FESTIVAL. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

HAR EST FESTI' L. CONGREGkA T IONL CWEPi C l:arreiest tnksvtng services °,: heldi yesterday at the Con:.re :.:i, Cnurch, Rglag.srei t The Creel,1 - had been tastefuliv decorate b1 ": young people of the church wit" n'.. and gahrden produce. The singing a eiehe service was appropriate to he occasion. in the morning the 'laor choir rendered " The Lord is :nvyShe herd," aend at night the uthlm was e:ntitled, " Thou art Gd aong 5 ." i D. Moss presided at the organ i both serv'ee.. The pastor of the ahureh, iev;. N. WV Beaney, preached both morning ac eve:iung. The morninug sermon wFa from the text, " Consider te iiSe. of the field, how they grow." I3 e dil may be said to grow bv a perfe' adaptation of itself to surecolu ng el' oumstance?. These m.n: be enune ted as so 1, moisture, ar and su:shine. but to this we must add, : Christ did, the Great Operator God We must ever assoiate God th the Nature about us. To be livin' a wholly natural li i s a geter th than living only for the quest o...

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OLD BUS DRIVER WIT. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

OLD BUS-DRIVER WIT, "The Vanish-,ed Hunaourist " is th, title of a very anmusing paper by W Pett Ridge in the "Coruhill." It reminds us of what we bhave lost through the substitution of motors for horses. For the old humorous 'bus-driver is now almost entirelI a memory of the past. Mr. Ridge. recalls ceveral specimens of his fun: "How do you like it?" inquired a conductor, in the blinding rain, of his driver, "I wish I wac in 'Eaven!" " I wish I wac in a pub," declared the conductor. " Yes!" said the driver bitterly "You always want the best of every. thing!" It was a conductor, also harassed, who came up once to announce " Westminster Abbey." " Who wants Westminster Abbey?' "I do!" answered a lady passen ger, without moving. " Well," protested the conductor, "you'll really have to come down for it, I can't very well bring it up to you !' At Hyde Park Corner a brougham and a pair of greys were being con ducted, with some difficulty, across the road. "Hullo, gardener' said the omuibu...

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

MANAGERS' REPORTS. Catheart, Ararat.-No. 3 shaft: North end-No. 6 rise-fop deck, opened No. 3 west, 20ft. in from rise and driven 68ft., prospects poor; truckroading and panel ling on Noe. 3, 5, and 6 rises, fair results. Yield, 451 oz, including 108 oz from machine bottoms. Duke Extended, Bet Bet. -North-east level-No. 1 rise-South-east drive to 24 ft., last 8ft. in payable wash; ground wet and heavy, stopped for the present and opened north-east off same to ease face. South-east level-A rise -North-west drive to 90ft. in wash carrying a little gold. B rise-North-west drive to 110ft., wash small and poor, stopped. South west branch-No. 3 rise-South-west drive to 155ft., fair quality; north-west drive to 55ft. in cemented wash giving a little gold in prospects; four parties blocking and panelling in No. 1 and 2 rises on payable wash. Duke and Main Leads Console, Bet Bet. -West end-South branch off main west reef drive to 751t. past last rise. No. 21 rise-North off west to 40ft., pay...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

DEATH. Bows.-On 20th instant, at Timor West, Henrietta, beloved wife of Frank H Brown. Aged 49 years. MONDAY, FEB. 23, 1914.

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PIPE MUSIC. LOCAL BAND FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

PIPE MUSIC. LOCAL BAND FORMED. A movement that has been talked of for some time past took definite shape on Friday evening, when a Scottish Pipe Band was formed in Maryborough. The meeting was held at the M'ivor hotel, where a good number of those interested assembled and voted the con vener, Mr J S. Robertson, to the chair. In opening the proceedings, Mr Robertson remarked that he, with others, was quite- sure there was good material in thr distric wherewith to torm a pipe band that would be a credit to them all. The question of finance was a big one but he had no doubt the money would come in all right. He ghad received many offers of support, and several regretted their inability to attend the meeting. Good bands had been formed in other towns and there was no reason wh by Mary borough should not do as well. Letters conveying fraternal greetings and valuable information were received from the Hamilton and Ballarat wands, and a vote of thanks was recorded for this. Mr P. D. Stuart...

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