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COUNTRY PLAYERS IN THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

COUNTRY PLAYERS IN THE CITY. The visit of the combined Mary borough and Castlemaine team to Melbourne last week was quite suc cessful. Following on W\Vednesday's match against the M.C.C., the visi tore played a closs game with East Melbourne on Thursday. Stevens (Maryborough) topped the score with a nice 59, and Clover (Bet Bet) made a good 29. Youlden kept wickets admirably, only allowing one bye during the two days. The other sundries were leg-byes. Stevens bowled . well, taking 5 for 50. Scores: COMBINED TEAM. Stevens, b Baxter .. .. ... 59 Richard, b Howlett ... 16 House, c and b Farmer ... ... 9 Daley, c Carter, b Farmer 13 M'Allister, c Carroll, b Howlett 2 Youlden, b Howlett .. Burns, b Howlett ... .. .. 0 Clover, run out ... ....... 29 Shelton, st. Shephard, b Baxter 1 Jewell, c and b Carroll... ..... 2 Barnes, lbw., b Carroll .. ..5 White, not out ... 4 Sundries ... ... ... ... 2 Total ... ..... ... 159 EAST MELBOURNE. E. L. Carroll, a and b Stevens ... 10 Clingenger, b Ste...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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TALBOT MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

TALBOT MATCH. Replying to Talbot's small 21, Maryborough had made 94 in their first innings-very poor scores for each team. On Saturday Talbot did somewhat better, putting together 86. G. Coutts made 27, Long 16, Eaves 11, and Bailey 10 not out. The bowling was :-Davey, 4 for 34; Stevens, 2 for 26 ; M'Allister, 4 for 26. The Maryborough fellows took a brief hand and lost 4 wickets for 59 runs-MPAllister 7, Lardner 10, Branton 4, J. Herring 0, Davey 18 not out, and Gould 9 not out,

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FOX TERRIER COURSING. OPENING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

FOX TERRIER COURSING. OPENING MEETING. The first meeting of the MIaryborough Fox Terrier Coursing Club will take place on Wednesday afternoon next. The club has secured the Maryborough Agricultural Society's show grounds, Tlajrca road, for its meetings, and the oval will be enclosed with wire netting, thus affording spectators a full view of the coursing. Two events will be run -a Trial Stakes, for 24 dogs that have never won a stake, and an Open Stakes, for an unlimited number of fox terriers. Tie winner of the latter event will re ceive, in addition to 60 per cent. of the entrance money, a handsome trophy presented by Mr J. Moran. Entries for both stakes will be received on the ground by the secretary, Mr J. R. Little. A charge of 6.i, boys half-price, will be made for admission to the ground, and the first course will take place at 2 o'clock.

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AVOCA RACES. WEDNESDAY NEXT. WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

AYOCA RACES. WEDNESDAY NEXT. WEIGHTS. Trial Handicap, 5 furlongs-Kilmuir, 9.0 ; Costrel, S.12 ; Merry Boy, 8.9; Merrydale, 7 6 ; Gnata, 7.2. Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs-Max welton, 9.0; Zingi, S.11; Lady Mercia, S.6; Chapote, S.5; Kilmuir, S 1; Bon heur, 7.11; Nyika, 7.9; Merry Boy, 7.9; Maggie Ml., 6.11. Avoca Handicap, 1 mile-Black Native, 9.0; Lady Mercia, S.5 ; Pretty Toy, 7.10; Nyika, 7.9 Last Dream, 7.7; Carmelia, 7.1 ; Zetes, 7.0; O.O., 6.7. Town Handicap, 5 furlongs-Zingi, 9.0 ; Lady Mercia, S S; Chapote, S.7 ; Kilmuir, 8.5; Bonbeur, 8.0; Nyika, 7.11. Welter Handicap, 7 furlong--Maz. welton, Black Native, 10.10; Pretty Toy, 9.10; Nyika, 99; Last Dream, 9.7 ; Zetes, Carmelia, 9.3 ; O.0., S.11 Meaggie M., 8.7. O,.en Handicap Trot, 2 miles Darkie, 250 behind; Maud Brooklyn, Oster Lad, Flashlight, 200 behind Harold, 100 behind; Biil Whips, Sailor, Nigger, Blue Bell, Larney, 60 behind ; Jackson, 50 behind; Lofty, Paddy, Pepper, scratch; Spot, Dolly, 25 in front ; Ben Hur, 80 in f...

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SPORTING NEWS. CAULFIELD RACES. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

SPORTING NEWS. CAULFIELD RACES. MELBOORNE, SATURDAY. The Caulfield autumn meeting was concluded to-day. Results: St. Clair Trial.-Upright (M'Laugh. lan), 1 ; Amata, 2 ; Kentloch, 3. Bet. ting : 3 to 1 against Upright. Alma Stakes.--Rabeen (Smith), 1; Leucops, 2; Van Biene, 8. Betting: 3 to 1 Raheen. Woodeliffe Handicap.-St. Vano (Lewis), 1; Loch Amos. 2; Atora and Chi Chi, a dead heat for 3. Betting: 7 to 2 against St. YVano. Futurity Stakes.-Brattle (M'Lach. Ian), 1; Cider, 2; Rathlea and Royal Laddie, a dead heat for third. Betting: 5 to 1 Audacity, 12 to 1 Brattle: Stanley Steeplechase. - Camasade (Wood), 1; Enchanted States, 2; The Miser, 3. Betting: 7 to 2 Bettywind, S to 1 Camasade. Uawksburn Handicap.-Gold Brew, (Lambert), I ; Averse, 2 ; Oweenie, 2. Betting : 5 to 1 Gold Brew.

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

GOT VERY WEAK. "My boy Jack was very bad with Diarrhoea," writes Mrs. M. Lee, Forbes, N S.W. " For quite a fortnight he was ill and got very weak, My hu:band bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Reuedy and to our surprise one dose completely relieved him." For sale by 13. Earl and Co., J. Thornhill and Co., j. Gracie, Howlett and Black. " Oceolo" shampoo, by II. Deady, hair dresser and all storekeepers. THnOAT AFFEcrioN5 AND HOARENESS. All sufferine from. irritation of the throat and hoarseness wiil be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the use of " Brown's Bronchial Trochee." Tgees famous "lozenges " are now sold by mo.t respectable chemists in this country. People troubled with " hacking coughs " ?a " light cold," or bronchial affection, cannot try them too soon, as similar troubhls, if allowed to progress, result in Serious pulmonary and asthmatic affec ione?. See that the signature of John I. Brown & Son is on every wrapper.--P...

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FEDERAL POLITICS. MR. WYNNE RETIRING. DR. SALMON TO STAND. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

FEDERAL POLITICS. MR. WYNNE RETIRING. DR. SALMON TO STAND. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. Following on the announcement that Mr Agar Wynne, Postmaster General, will not seek re-election for Balaclava, Dr. Carty Salmon was approached with a view to hie stand ing for the seat in the Liberal in terest. Replying to the request, Dr. Salmon said that it was not his in tention to again seek election to the Senate, as his business engagements entailed close personal attention. His business pursuits, however, would not interfere with the repre uentation of a constituency like Balaclava, and he had much pleasure in acceding to the request.

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

GENERAL NEWS& Mr Justice Higgins has adjouroed thehearing of the Waterside Workers' case ind the .Arbitration Court for a week?S owing-to the disseasion in the branches of the federation. t. I:is eipecte that conciliatory measures wil:lbe adopted when the con. ference of employers and employee re. garding:the meat trades dispute is re samed to-day. 7 - O £Lh: Criiainil" Court, MeIoure on Friday,;. Walter Kingsley Dawson was: found guilty ofe embeznling three sums of money .fromn his employers, Biard:s and Co-a drapers of Bourke Oaie ,sgain the State coal mine is idle.: Consequent on the dismissal of one of their number, .all the wheelers on Friday reftaed ti work: About 4:,00 0 is be'aug spent this year under the direction of the State Water Commissioan in extending the large- water upply schemes already in torce, and n: etablishing: m inr minor new systems.- ..: . . " Oa The r ndasTight the committee ot' the -{orshaim HKopital Carniral inally disposed of the" Nobooth ' peti...

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THE OVAL MATCH. RAILWAYS WIN EASILY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

THE OVAL MATCH, RAILWAYS WIN EASILY. As this match stood, Railways had I lost 9 wickets for 252 runs, at which they closed the innings. There was little necessity for that, however, for though the wicket played well, Havelock made no stand at all with the seven men they had in. Shebler made 14, T. Batty 5, and " sun dries" was the only other scorer with 3, the total being 22. The destruc tive factor was Baker, who sent down some clipping balls auod took 6 wickets for 10 runs. Quinn (the new man), took 1 for 8. Just to fill in the afternoon Havelock followed on, and made a bit better showing. Shebler scored 24, Morgan 30, A. C. Chivers 17, and Tennv 37, and the help of subs. brought the total to 122. Chivers, Shebler, and Morgan, each hit a six. Baker took 6 for 36. With only seven men on one side the match was simply a farce, and the scores are not worth printing.

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CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

CRICKET. (NOTES BY ORTmos.) DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. Little good cricket was seen in the district competition on Saturday, and spectators had to content them selves with looking forward to the Maryborough-Railways match com mencing next Saturday. Havelock made a poor showing against Rail ways, and Talbot had no chance with Maryborough.

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PANAMA CANAL. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

CANAL. V,,A ` STN cTON, FRInkY., Colonl~o:;;ý .Covernor of the am Cr. U 'o9,ce, has an-- c eca lwilb re .11; ort J nelI.

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GERMAN MURDER. BERLIN, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

SER, ..... DER. BELI, FRIDAY. The trial has commenced of Count iel'zsi "! on charge of shooting his rife in December last. The trial has aroused tremendous public in terest, and special trains are being run to the place of trial, conveying any ; cc et f.riends of the count. :nor the becit of judges, jury, and counsel the ecene of the murder:at CstlQ Dakowymokre is being recon structed e.sctly as it occurred on December 20. T'he count, who was attached by bemorrhage of the brain after the traedy, is not likely to ilive o ga . ln is pleading guilty, but legec dire provocation.

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ALLEGED BLACKMAIL. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

.-LLEGS_ BLACK ZAILI LO-DON, FRIDAY. ~The -l o t th a mn Maur, alias cvLript:, or . r tm d blackmail on . ld. aln he f ~the Countess cfihurn any-? a T_.a.., ha?. concluded -c- aed 7 ~ f:uni d not guilty, as here was nothig to connect him wvh the ltor ritten to the pro " -tri ,

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STILL TO "OBEY." LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

STILL TO " OBEY." LONDON, FRIDAY. M Th Upper ous of the Anglican convoion .. h.. given the Bishop of Lincoln prmiion to withdraw his notrce of motion to eliminate .the 1,rd :2Obe' .rom the marriage

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LEOPARD ESCAPES. SENSATION IN BRUNSWICK. ANIMAL SHOT IN BACK YARD. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

LEOPARD ESCAPES. SENSATION IN BRUNSWICK, ANIMAL SHOT IN BACK YARD. MELBOURNE, SATURDiy. A fierce leopard escaped from the Melbourne _Zoo early this morning, and created a good deal of. excite ment amongst several residents in Brunswick.: Eventually the animal was :shot: dead: wwhile up aV tree in a resident's back yard. Yesterday evening the animal was takentout :of its cage and put into a strong box in which he had origi nally come from- India. This had beenz strengtbhened by three or four 3jin. nails, which 'were driven into the woodwork, so that the sliding door could be doubly secured. The leopard .:had evidently secured a leverage on .the door, forced it partly up, and then burst through with such strength that it drew the nails. The :animal was first noticed by three girls, Misses Aline, Hilda, and Rita Le Souef, daughters of Mr D. Le Souef, the director of the gar dens. They were sleeping in a room which was practically open, being merely wired in so that the advan tage of co...

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CONVICTION QUASHED. AN INTERESTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

CONTICTION QUASHED AN I0 HERESMING CASE, SOn Deceraosr 5h lasT at Donald Charles Dijbt, s former resident of Maryborough, as, ca.:rgesd with hav :ng nolawfui visible :mens of sup port, and was sentenced by a bench oi justicez to 12 months' imprison menu, The evidence of the police was that though deferrant w-orked a few days at a time ,o.7, and then, his eccentric behavior was annoying to citizen, sad var:ous complaint. about hi hi hd ba a he-d· to the police. Defendant ga no-tice of appeal, and th· a r c·:e on for hearing st Donald on Th:r-d.- last before His i onor JAdQ Wianheke. Mr E. F. G. Joe oI - borou:.oh, a.pp ..edr ?o- :OM elapni, and the Crow-n was rora's ted by Mr lan zMaciarain, oif ;i-bourne. Ths Crown c-,i- d Sn-i" -constabl Curtin to prove ths" dAfsndant ap pelant had bn a nuhiance generally, rarely did any work. and had bcegged f-rom ,tin-s' ,an:, others, The Crown a2o called ,Mr . C. Bona, V'sMrs=er sA AEA :or, of good of "'ppelot . s i tha: he (appelisat)-?.d f e ,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 February 1914

Do we quite realise the debt that the British Empire owes to its women? When the inner history of British statesmanship is occasion- ally revealed there is no mistaking the influence of what Russell calls " The political wives"-the help meets who, in a very real and abid- ing sense, inspired new ambition and gave new hope when adverse circumstances seemed to point to failure and encourage disaster. In mediaeval England, peeresses in their own right were summoned to Parliament, to sit without voting and without speaking, though not without the solace and the influence of private conversation. And, since then, British history teams with examples of the political energies of ladies outside Parliament. Of ladies such as Anne Clifford, " with a "character as masterful as that of "the great Elizabeth herself." Of Lady Russell, widow of the Whig martyr; of Mary Verney, whose support Pitt sought by creating her a peeress ; of the Countess of Bridge- water, " who ruled the political "roast s...

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HURRICANE IN FRANCE. HAVOC AT AVIATION DEPOT. PARIS, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914

fHURRICANE IN FRANCE. HAVOC AT AVIATION DEPOT. PARIS, MoNDAy. A severe hurricane worked havoc at` the. aviation headquarters at Lyons to-day. £roplane sheds which cost £80,000 to erect were completely demolished, and 13 :arc planes within them were also de. stroyed.. Much damage was done elsewhere by the same storm. At one village in the Tours district 100 houses were partially destroyed.

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TRAFFIC IN HONORS. DEBATE IN THE LORDS. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914

TRAFFIC IN HONORS. DESATE IN THE LORDS. LONDON, MONDAY. The House of Lords spent: this afternoon discussing the mora ity.of contributions to party fundii: Lord. Selborne (U-n at mitted a motion co;rr uig tributions to party fund?B ? sthrý ing the bestowal of honor ? iHe ?f: olared that-the belief was ~irvael that the so-called political honors are actually hawked to rich men on the, condition that they contributed to the party funds. This belief wo . ,plied to both the great political parties. It was one of the greates} dangers of democracy that both parties -were becoming absolutely de pendent for their existence on the contribution of enormous sums. Lord Charnwood (Liberal), moved as an amendment that a Royal Commission be. appointed to inquire into the whole matter. He declared that the present Government had gone beyond all precedent in giving honors regardless of party considera tions. The Marquess of Crewe, Secretary of State for India, said that it was difficult to lay down a...

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AEROPLANING ACCIDENT. PESSENGER KILLED. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914

E ROPLANING ACCIDENT, PESSENGER KILLED." LONDON o : i.: An seroplaning accident occurred to-day near. Chichester _i.S??Use. Kemp, a civilian pilot, "ascended in an army bi-plane with a man named Haynes as a passenger. Their ma chine collapsed at a good height fromi:the ground with the result that Haynes was killed and Kemp seriously injured.

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