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WHY MILE TESTS VARY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

WHY ~ LE . TESTS -VARY. Professor JT. A. Conover, of the Kan ,n Experiment Station, " writes of : cil tests as follows:-At nearly every srtitute' Mttended by. Prbfessor Cot ; i and myself, the question::was ask .: *' What is the reason of our milk_ :.:s being 26 per cent. one month, . ti next, under exactly the same coin diions, it tests 4-per cent. or iore':' There are a great many things 'that fect the test, so that we cannot. point . alny one thing as doing it. In the -t place, the conditions. are ?never reiaetly" the same; the pasture may. '. better one month than another, the ecather may be cooler or wvarmer, per aps you encourage the cow? less with : mk ik stool, or perhaps the boy who : ::gs them in does niot get them so :h excited. All these things .and : yr more influence the per cent. of ter-fat. Zdindness is. sure to be re :?r.e: by an increase:in both the -p7 .~t. of butter-fat and also:iint ithe milk ,1;! whenever .you abuse- the cow, !her by a sharp word, the mihk stoo...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CITIZENS' BAND. PIC-NIC ARRANGED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

CITIZENS' BAND. PIC-NIC ARRANGED FOR. A special meeting of the committee of the Citizens' Brass Band was held at the Flagstaff hotel on Monday evening to consider the question of suitably entertaining tile ladies who worked in connection with the socials of last year, and bandsmen. The president, Mr H. E. Williams, occu pied the chair, and there were also present--lessrs J. H. Smith, G. Frost, J. G. Moore, C. White, P.H. Davies, A. Williams, G. Lee, P. Bishop, and the secretary (Mr J. Pnascoe). After some discussion, Mr Davies moved that a pic-nic be held by the band, and an invitation extended to all the ladies who helped in connec tion with the socials. Mr Bishop seconded the motion, which was carried. On the motion of Messrs Frost and Smith, it was agreed to apply to Mr John Douglass, of Norwood, for permission to pic-nic alongside the Bet Bet Creek at a spot on his land. The date fixed for the outing was the 26th inst. (Foundation day), which will be a public holiday. The secret...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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THE TANGO. LONDON SOCIETY LEADERS CONDEMN. BUT NEW YORK APPROVES. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

The "Daily Chronicle- has l?ately been been publishing the views ot London society leaders on the sub ject of the Tango. Without excep-. tion, they-expressed themselves in favor of baniing the dance. To-day; the "Chronicle- gave the opinions of ?lading people in New York society in regard to the dance. The New Yorkers are .agreed in ap proving of the Tang6oalthoigh they allow that -some-.orils of it are ob jectionable. C:ardina Farley; of New York, is, however, a sten op ponent of the- ' aingo.: -Hii opposit tion has caised the oan~tellat.in of a number of .bha s ii: Ne York this season at which ]'tWas to be a special feature. Included iin the balls this Tbandoned was one to be -given by .? Roman Catholic instituite, for which 8300 invitations had been issued. SSeveral of' the leading Loidoni restaurants are substituting :English: dances--notably the minuet'for the Tango.

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ILLEGAL OPERATION. MARRIED WOMAN CHARGED. MELBOURNE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

ILLEGAL OPERATION. MARRIED WOMAN CHARGED' MELBOURNE, TUESDAY. Alice Maud Wise, a married woman, residing at South y4elbourne, has been arrested by the detectives on a charge of performing an illegal operation on a girl named Bessie Shields, aged 18 years. The latter's dying depositions have been taken.

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DISASTER AT SEA. STEAMER FOUNDERS OFF SANDY HOOK. 24 LIVES LOST. NEW YORK, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

DISASTER AT SEA.. STEAMER FOUNDERS OFF SANDY HOOK. 24 LIVES LOSL. NE W YORK, ao nDAY A wireless message received this morning fromi the Hamiburg-Amrerilka line's steamer Bavtaria gave the first intimaiodnof a disaster at sea. The messaige stated thiat the steamer Oklahoma had founidered off Sandy Hook. The Bavaria wemt to the assistance ofi the il-fated vessel and resiuecf eight persons, but the Oklahomna went down before the re maininig 24 membiers of the ciew could be rescued : No other par. ticulars are available,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

THE SEASON S GREETINGS "A MERRY XMAS AND A PRO.PERiOUS N EW YEAR TO ALL," 4 NN-OU-? CS ?i:c cotinualnce of the most siguificent selling event of the £1 year, his GREA'T RETIRING SALE. Bigger Pi ic Indacements thuan Ever. ATTRACTfIONS IN VAIUE TiiAT EC LIPSE ALL OTHERS, Don't get lost in the crowd, but make s~t:raight for ROBERTSON'S, where you can 3BUY IEIVRY'fTH?, FOR LESS. Ladies' ONE-PIECE COSi'Tl. i/S. the v ', e i-i;t in style, "at 12" 6d, lIe 6d, 183 Gd, and 21s; reduced from 15i i, "1i , 22 6', rand 27* 61. Ladies! BLOUSES, in Jap. i;k. v.iid . anvi' insore, t 4as lld, Os Gd, Ss 6d, and 10s 6d; reduced from 68 6:, ' lad, ili ! d. and !-S 6d. Ladies' .ID GLOVES, 1. and:i : inshe. ion-., " Dent's" reliable make, in white, tans, and black, at 5- lid, 3s 0 i and 75 id. LADIES' ULNDERSKIR TS. A recent p" c "i -' and e\ry Excellent Value. Ladies' WHITE 3MU iSN UNVE.IVIIIiITS, deep muslin embroidery, at 4s Gd, 5o 3d, 6s G6d, and 7e 6d each. ROBERTSONi'5 t'e plac for FI c-i iATS. 15 ...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

GENERAL NEWS. James Albert Griffiths, the man who suffered the injustice of being taken from his family at Omeo and detained in the lockup for over a week because the police were deluded into the belief that he was Sparks, the prison-breaker, was prevailed upon at the Criminal Investigation office on Monday to accept £26 from the police as a solatium. After being interviewed by Superintendent Gleeson, the man consented to take only out-of-pocket expenses incurred through the error of the police, and he signed a receipt for £26. As an indication of the treatment the police afforded the man it may be mentioned that after his arrest he was placed in a cell which was doubly padlocked, while an armed constable remained on guard outside. Griffiths returned to his family and his farm at Omeo yesterday. The Chief Secretary has called on the police for a full report setting out how an innocent, hard-working man as Grifliths proved himself to be was subjected to such treatment. Rain records f...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

IT a recent address Sir George Reid attributed much of the popularity which marked his political career to the fact that he was " never ashamed " to alter his views when he found "they were wrong," That was merely to assert that he profited by the lessons of experience and wisely turned them to the national good. And that, of course, is a very dif ferent thing from the "trimming" and "opportunism" that are nowa days lamented as the bane of de mocracy and progressive Liberalism, Because he saw that right was right, he followed it, in scorn of conse quence; like Halifax, "The great " trimmer" of an esrlier century in the old land, or Gladstope and Chamberlain and R osebery of our own day. We want more of that spirit for the delvation of modern public life in Australia as elsewhere, 13or, as a rule, opportunism in poli ties conveys to our minds a wholly undesirable characteristic of politi cal life. Bagehot, who lived in thn mid-Victorian era, tells us that the way tuo succeed in a con...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

DEATH. WILIA.~is.--At Maldon, on the 6th January, David Williams (Williams and Rewell). Interment at Maldon this afternoon. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 7, 1914.

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ULSTER'S ARMY. REGIMENT AT MANCEUVRES. DETECTIVES WATCH OPERATIONS. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

ULSTER'S A'R Y. REGIMENTI AT -lMAN(EUVRES. DETECTIVES WATCHO OPERA S. TIONS. r : LONDONT MoKDoA-Y. The East Belfasa regiment: of the Ulster .V:oluanteer force has: .con cluded ia~ week's .maneuvres at Ormistoww. 'Lt. Colonel Arli n gton Chihiesteri D.S.O.i of the 0et Batta lion ofd' the: Dorset -:iegiment, and Major Madden' .were in charge of .the:. operations::. Aseries of :night-attacks was prictised inder the direction of Mr J. M.i Calmot t;MP.,ior East Antrii, and Ho:;iColonel of.i th e Royal Ahtrim Artillery. Detectives watched :the xeroises throughout.: ;' . [L1t. olonel Chichester sawd a lot: of service in the SoiithAfrican war. Mr A'Calmont -was formerly a captain d:i hthe: 8th. HussarO:]

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REUTER'S CABLES. STRIKE BATTLE. A FIERCE AFFRAY. VANCOUVER, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

RjidUTER'R (IBLES. STARIK L _ - H,? TT.I eJl £Jt'JJ d\4~-1' j VAIY9COf7L MONDAY, A eaio .ffUray between poice cind civilian' on one sdei ano --trikler oln the other, took place: e?t,?.? . e.?..r T,,r,~oma, in the Stat;. ,of WV a ? h i no?·. DiBturbave: have occurred ire qu-,ntl, .iii? tho employesei of the 'Tacoma ;Sal:;tinlg Company, all of -homu -a.- ~Austrians, declared.-: a 'trike reautily. The trouble cul ,in~ted to-day in a pitched battle, which V ai waged on a hbill. over joking ithe Tacoma smelting p?lhat iter a ~hort, but fierce, interchange Sbuilirgs the Austriane were sub-. d tdu, Several persons on. the side of the authorities were i:jured, bud t it is not known whether lay of the strikers were hurt..-. -. The State militia has ow- been 1 ordered out.

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THRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

THRIFT. "i h, taid Sandy to the minister, ''yon was a powerful discourse on 'Thrift' ye preached the Sabbethl"' "Ah'm glad ye were able to profit," said tho minister. "Profitl "Why, men I would have pit ma sixpence into thile plate without a thought if it had not been for your providential words! They saed mo fourpenoce there and then l" 'And do you believe that a wonani always turns to the last pa'ge firet when she picks up a book?"' Ho: "?Well. I have no reason to doubt it. I know if; is the naturo ol the fair set to wa.nt the last word."

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TEA AND TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

TEA AND TEETH. It has been asserti- that escea.sivo tea drinking is responsible for the mo dern increase-if increaso there really is--in dental cases. No doubt tho con sumption of hot solutions of tannin sweetened with sugar, and drunk while eating bread and butter, is highly cal cglat-ed to aover the roots of the teeth with a good culture medium for the hostile microbe, and, as the poor rarely adopt any measure of bussal hygiene, we are quite disposed to admit (says a medical journal) that the ravages so commonly observed among the teetfh, oven of quite young people in the pre sent day, are contributed to by the pre valent devotion to the drinking of de coctions miscalled "tea."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

i~ tUi~ vi-urfietp ulirect to the homue. AU i~i ijd1etun'~ profit8 eave·d by dealing w h~i T. \PjALLS A CO., 13nrnitnred Mann'· fctur~r,, Manryborou~h and Terungi ~uelptct oUi fact·ory in\ Atf~inasgteet; it w~ill moryPiae You3-(&ijyt.) NOAH DAVtY, 'TOUK AND SHAREBROKER, MI NING AGENT, HIGHl-STREET, MARYBOROUGH. GRIPES IN HORSES. "Some time ago our horees was down with a bad attack of gripes," says Miss E. J.. Coles, Major's Creek, N. S. W. I tried several remedies but they had no effect; as a last resource I gave the horse i three teaspo ~iisfuls of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and noticed an improvement immediately, He was oon able to stand and now is as well as ever." For sale by B. Earl and Co, J. Thornhill and Co., J. Graice, Howlett and Black.k "Oceolo" shanmpoo, by H. Deady, hairdressr and all storekeepers. ROTECT YOUR SIGHT.--Present straining means future suffering. Astigmatism, Headaches, and Poor Vision cured by wearing Glassesa from WILKS & SON...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

READ THIS NOW. T HEN- - - - - FOLLOW THE CROWD TO----_____ LUCAS & CO'S. BIG XMAS CARNIVAL 1ROW IN FULL SWING, O UR Xmas buying is abt.iut done. We've been at it for weeke, gathering together into every section of the store just the things needful for the festive holiday season. Our stocks are full. It would take too long to te:l the story 'of every purchase, but seome big bargains have been secured, and you will certainly save both time and money by making your purchoacs here, The special Values In LADIES' BLOUSES. Ladies' White MIsin Blouses, i. a big variety of styhes, high- enked or jow necked, magyar or bodice cut, all made of fine lawn or organdi muslh and 'e isd muslin trimmings. At 2- 11d, 38 lid, and Is 6d each. Ladies' White Voile Blouses, all o,-rt designs,.some plain shirt pattern, o'uers .cut with low neck and trimnmed 1uchings and edgings, others richlv embroidered, At 5s Gd 7% 6d, and 8s lid each. Ladies' White lawn Blouses, ,itl colored embroidered neck and y...

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EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

EXAMINATION RESULTS. The Education department has 'made available the following addi tional results of recent examinationl at the Maryborough School of M!ines and Technical School :- Algebra. - Prelimrinary -- Pas: 'Ralph Nunn, 52. r·ade i.-'-- , rcredit: Cedric Du.c la, 100I Pa : RaymondE. JonI' 5' . Gra( e Ii. Pass: Cedric Dtudley, i. Practical Chemistry inrganic). - 'Grade III.---Pae: credit: CharleF Robinson. 62. Geolocy._-Gra,, 1 L- - Cedric Dudley, 65. Land Surv"yin' --Grarde 1.- Pass, credit : Ciatrle. tobin non, 82. Arithmrnic. -- PT~s : Robert J. Boaae, havm,,d E.' Jones, Edward Hiaiw ke. 'rrionoumtr -.--G;rade I. (Course A.)--Pass : Cedric Dudley.

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MARYBOROUGH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

MARYBOROIIGH ~ThLEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF 7sUBSCRIBERS. Name(. No. ".;Advertiserl" Oice ... . 11 Albion Hotel .. , ... 29 Bank of Yickrla . ... ... 53 Bennell C. 'B; (seniorlinemnian)... 63 Bennett, John ..* .. .. 44 Brewery :(nd private residence) 12 Brownbill, G M. . ... 49 Burge;?ho8 ;.-: .. · .. 50 Bull and MoIuth hotel ... ... 2 Cleary1 J N8 ... . ... .. 8 Colmau and Lardner ..- .. 39 Commercial Hotel.. .. ...67 Court Hoiuse ..? ... ......45 Cox, J.B. ..:,.. .. .. .. ..21 CrarnieBi.'E ... ....22 Orookse/JB. .. ...... 70 Davey, Noa h.. ... . 62 Davies;,I. :-.: ... .... 6 57 Deane, Dr.e EB ::W:.. .. ... .. .23 Douglass and lSobi (F. Fisher) ... 17: Edwards and Co.. ..;.. ... .11 Fire Brigadef .. 31 Flour Mills. .... .. 47 Garde1 Dr G. B.............26 : as Company . . 1 .Green, W :.:...: ..??? .. 73 Goiggi E ., and o,:.. o. ... .., 37 SHarE.ris f'I ?:.. .;:. I.-.. ... ..... 8. H erring, E 8,.. ., r.y .. . 4 rboliettah'd Black. . ag . 7 flaopit-alo:.- ::.:.:: : .. ...: :24 H'bble ...

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MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

MINING NEWS. THE SHAREIMARKET. MIr Noah Davey, stock and sharebroker, HiJh-street, Maryboroilgh, reports the illowing closing quotations at the last meetincgs of tie ielbourne and Bailarat stock exchanges yesterdav afternoon: IN VEST1 I ENTS. Amalg. Zinc-- 27,/3, s 2S! Ai-RA RAT DISTRICT. Uithcart-b 3/7, s 5, Cathcart (paid!- b 4! Catheart Central--b 34i6, s 34/9, sale 34/6, 34/9 Cathr-rt Victory-b 619, s 2/, sales 1/9, Central Lanei-b 4/2 Great Langi--b 411, a 5/ L~ani N.-b 5/b3, s 5-4)(, sales 5/2, 5/3 Lani S.--b I4, a 15j Newr Lngi--b 35/6: E 36/6, sales 35/3. Upper Ingi--b 116. sales 1,'6 BEAUFORT DISTRICT. Beaufort Deep Lead--b 3/ Hope Ext. W.--b 6, , 1/ HopI e N.-b 11/3, a 11/6 [Iope S.--b 3 1, a 3/3 S iBALLARAT DISTRICT. iLlfnberris No. l--b 616 N. Woah Hawp--b 2/7, a 3/ BEPRRINGA AND SCARSDALE. iGolden Reefs-b bl6O., s 21 Williams' Fancy--s 20/6, s 23/ SDAYIESFORD DISTRIOT. Aj]ax--b 3/6 Ajax Central-b 30', s 31/ Ajax N.--b 10/6, a 11/6 Ajax ConEolidated--b 2/6, s 3/6, sales ...

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CRICKET. ENGLAND WINS RUBBER. GOOD FIGHT IN THIRD TEST. JOHANNESBURG, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

CRICKET. ENGLAND WINS RUBBER. GOOD FIGHT IN THIRD TEST. JOHANNESBURG, MONDAY. The third test match between England and South Africa concluded to-day. The Englishmen won the game, and incidentally the rubber, but the home team put up a much better fight in this match, and at two stages to-day they had a win ning chance. With 396 runs to get to win, the Africans made an excel lent start on Saturday. Taylor and Zuich opened the innings, and at the call of time were still together with 124 runs on the board. For a while this morning all went well with the Africans in their uphill task, but by lunch time one of those sudden changes common to cricket had intervened, and three wickets were down for 167. Taylor, when he had scored 70, was caught by Tennvson off Relf. and Zulch, after nmaking 82, bit a ball back to the same nrooler, and this catch too wa· taien. Hands only made 7 beiore he was caught off Barnes. After tunch things went from bad to Sors- ior the Africans. Beaumont wa i bowled...

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TALBOT MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914

TALBOT MINING. Hodson and party have had 5 tons put through the Government battery at Amlerst from their reef at Craigie, for a yield of 15i dwt per tono. The stone was taken from the SOft. level, where the reef is about 2it. wide. A .revious crushing from a higher level save a return of 9 dwt per ton.

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