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ESPIONAGE ALLEGED. ARREST OF HUSBAND AND WIFE. BRITISH NAVAL SECRETS INVOLVED. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
ESPIO :AGE ALLEGED. A:EESY i- SBAND AND --: BRITii. - &lt;AAL T SECRETS . VO-v. MONDAY. Cos idbe :ee: hass been oued i :he ssa of ia mEn named Gould , d:s i:e, who were fr re.-ted in Lo: o? yesterday on OWrpEs of 0140o -Th " h - _- -.a ed the house ,ccupied: b. !he (3ods at South g las (ton,~on.) $';:- z :ncC imin ,',::: docul,-,tS S'in to the hGoud srd th- ,: oe no ."cuir 9 BuTcr : c : , ti - e f ments d nd , bt:i : ms.?:? l::rout bit d .:b aund a Bri;tish,-r o str,:t police ,"curt m.ndzd,
DASTARDLY OUTRAGE. BISHOP'S LIFE ATTEMPTED. FOUR PERSONS KILLED. BUDA PEST, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
b'-RiHDLY_ OUTRAGE. BIE?OP~ LIFE ATTEMPTED. SNOUR E S KILLED. UD' ?EST. MosNDAY. A ._:?a.r d out.rage which, al hou-,h i -i'.". , c??rhieve what was pp rnl its 'main purpose cost h e of our people, was per er.:ed o-d~.r- in Buda Pest. A p,:zcel w- received at the resi -rnce of Bish4 Miklossy, addressed to the Bi6?hop and apparently con in. ieth for the church. It' S-l'- D c.c,,ed a dynamite bomb, .,.za e-:ploded when the parcel was: Oe-uQ. Th ,hBihoD bad a mar :: ouc" but his vicar and tre- e oher "ersons were killed,. Shile zvn e2 perople were injured. a d:he -icar became in :.as w;hen Si. ee : nt of her father's c dea leter signed Anna own.s ,ad noti_-. the despatch o th-e parcel as ~_ an found, but ?ryond this .he poice have, as yet, n - ctus ~ erpetrator of the utr:. i~-e of. which is a
GROWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
GRO WLS. (BY "THE GRUMBLER.") The strike-the brutal strike, the idiotic strike, or any other name you like to call it by-seems to be per meating the whole industrial system of the world. My definition of " strike" is " Act of striking for higher wages or better conditions," but many or most of the present-day strikes are neither for better wages nor better conditions. Hence we have such excrescences as the "sympathetic" strike, the " lazy" strike, the strike against working with non-unionists, and many others. At the time it was proposed to place the Conciliation and Arbitration Acts on the Statute book electors were urged to support such measures by the unionists and their sympathisers on the ground that such enactments would do away with the brutal strike. What has been the result ? Despite the fact that this supposed panacea has become the law of the land we have more strikes, and of a more virulent character, than in any similar period in Australasian history. In addition to the...
NEW GOVERNOR-GENERAL. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
SGOVERNOR GENERAL. LONDON, MONDAY. Captain Collins entertained Sir Ronald Munro-Ferguson, Governor General designate of Australia, at luncheon to-day at the British Em pire Club. Amongst those present were Mr Lew'is Harcourt, Secretary cf Stto for t he Colonies ; Sir Henry Gai ;'. Gov?rn or-designateof South '.:;_.t.. * r ; Frank Denham, Pre mier o ~ueensland ; Lord Plunket, ',orme l Go.:enor of New Zealand: "-;r -A. c.. c Governor of the Falk iad -?isnde; and the Australian
FOR THE FARMER'S WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
FOR THE FARMER'S WIFE. Folding Skirts for Travelling.--Fas ten the waistband and pin the middle of the back to the centre of the front. Then lay the skirt out flat on the table, and, with !two pieces of tissue paper as foundations, roll the skirt. over and over towards the oentre, first from the right side of the skirt, then from the left, so forming two rolls that lie parallel to each other. If the. garment has to be folded crosswise to admit of its being packed in suit-case or trunk, place a wad of tissue paper or newspaper underneath the creases. Skirts so packed take very little room, and show no traces of travelling in a small compass. BAKED FISH AND TOMATOES. Butter a piedish, and put a layer. of filleted haddock, ploicc, or sole in it. Sprinkle over the fish a little pepper and salt, and a few drops of lemon juice. Cut some tomatoes in slices, and put a layer of these, next adding a little pepper and salt. Fill your dish in this way, finishing with a good layer of hreadcrumbs...
TROOP TRAIN BLOWN UP. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
TROOP TRAIN BLOWN UP, Advices from Vera Cruz state that Government troop train carrying a company of infantry from Mexico City has been wrecked by dynamite nE.ar Vera Cruz. The whole: train: : 3 demolished. Fifty-five officers ,And rmen and the engine-driver, .who w.. an Englishman, were killed. :>-=A ipassenger train, which was follow ing the troop train, had a narrow escape rom destruction, and for a i·_me was under the fire of the rebels.
MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
MOTORING NOTES. (BY DUNLOP.) The Dunlop Rubber Co. are in re ceipt of word from Paris that the Aus tralian team of road riders who went to France to compete in this season's im portant long distance road races, ar rived in good shape after a pleasant trip. Through the influence of Mr C. A. Proctor, one time secretary of the Australian Dunlop Co, and now in charge of all the Dunlop interests on the Continent, the team has been en gaged for the season on satisfactory terms by the Clement-Gladiator Com pany, one of the largest cycle concerns in France. This means that Messrs D. Kirkham, I. R. Munro, C. Snell, C. Piercey, F. Keefe, and G. Bell, will have behind them the fine pacing or ganisation of the Clement-Gladiator Company, who have for many years maintained one of the largest and most successful racing teams in Europe. Without the backing and support of one of the big French firms, the out sider has very little chbnce against the cracks who have organised and syste matic pacing an...
ABOUT PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
ABOUT PIGS. A dry pen and a dry bed are essen tial to thrift in pigs. Leaves make good bedding, but straw is much better. Bank the pig house wel so there i be no drafts under or on 1the floors. Drafts are fatal to pigs, cau,?i. rheumatism. pneumonia and other i1.. Pigs often have sore throat. 1quine . etc., from exposure to draits an;: cold. If your pigs squeal, they are eitier cold, iPungry or uncomfortable in son:-, Find the cause and rcmove it if y-u wish to prevent loss. Satisfied profitable, pig: will grun-,. but they do not srqueal. Stast.icsu show that the manure frm each pig is worth £2 ,, ear. l. see it will p.eiy t save thi s mannure Keep the pigs clean an d they will b healthy. Start aout aitbh right ideas about. wi: real ceanonme in feo:lng pigs is. Ste: ing. Is not coIi-lnmy; it is the ,,i;..i thing one can do. One ~ thingo pig ri e c a.ni -anl r do with :1u is . :'. g;, d . 'e', d g *o' ; _r Big cra:oks oft-cn tako more than mm pigs do.
SHEEP POINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
ZRemember tha . when you are fc.', ing for the lamb crop, you are a. ieeding for wool. A well-fid, well-ni uri.,hed ewe w.F shear a heavy fleece. Do not catch a shc-p 1-. the wool. Do not ict the fluock rush througa' narrow doors. )\ou imay lose both :-we and inmb in that way. Shep nael salt in wintiior as well a. n sunmmar. To make it pretty cure that no ', wi!! turn off one of her 'limb. ee it that wh .n a the, laomb)s iaot b aorn sh? i is in condition to fulrni'i mik fior two The reason ?a ewe will not own tw o is iailcstw always b noauso s"ho can anot fula niash nouri shmet for more ithan one.
COMMERCIAL. WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
-0M MERO IA . WFOLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS. MaILBouns,, Tuesday. Wheat.-The market is firm, parcels for early delivery being quoted at 3/i9a to 3193 delivered, and 3/9 e$ store, while stipplies offering are limited. Quotations for farmers' lots are on the basis of 3/7;4 to 3/8 net. Forward parcels are quotet at 3/103 to 3/11 for April-May-lune delivery. The London market is firm. Flour.-The association price for local consumption is £8/15/ delivered. Bran and Pollard.--Asociation price, £5 delivered for both articles. .-Barley.-The market is steady. Prime .malting samples are not offering freely, and for this quality there is a fair inquiry. Prime English malting is quoted at 3/5, and occasionally to 3/6; and good at 3/2 to 3/4. Prime Cape malting is quoted at 213 to 2/4, and medium at 2/11o to 2/2-. Feed'Cape is neglected at 1/10 to 2/. Oats.-Good to prime milling on spot are quoted at 1/91 to 1/10, heavy feed 1/88% to 119, fair 1/S, thin from 1/7 to 1/7X, and inferior lower. Maize.-T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
.INGRAMe' TOMATO BAUOEf - ..Mfi;? 1 ywGe !gram's Sanae there 's nothing wasted, Inagwam' makes the plainest fooda too -noa te heo t JAS. MINIFIE & CO., MARYBOROUGH FLOUR MILLS. 'PHONE 47. A. LAND, Manager. FLOUR, MEAL, BRAN, POLLARD and WHEAT,; AT CURRENT RATES.] Notice to District Consumers. Our Bran and Pollard is Branded distinctly with our name (MINIFIE.) Ask for that Brand only and SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY.? DISTRICT FARMERS PLEASE NOTE VVWHEAT) IN ANY QUANTITIES, BOUGHT UP TO 10,000 BAGS. AND SOATh S .:HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. OASH ON DELIVERY. For Wheat Delivered to the Mill id. per bus. above Melbourne equivalent given. ARTIFICIAL MANURES. 1CUMING SMJITH'S MANURES HAVE THE LkRGEST SAXL I' AUSTRXLIA FARMERS-Send Your Orders at Once to H. E. WILLIAM , SOLE DISTRICT AGENT, HIGH-STREET, MARYBOROUGH. ON THE VERGE. MANY A ONE BROUGHT BACK FROM THE BRINK. There are critical times in our lives when it seems as if we must let go. But we cling to life with a wonderful tenacity. Man...
DISTRICT NEWS. ALMA. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
DISTRICT NE W S. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) ALMA. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of the Alma District Progress Association took place on Thursday evening last. Mr F. Walker occupied the chair and reviewed the work of the asso ciation for the year, which reflected credit on the officers in charge. A motion was carried conveying a vote of thanks to Cr. J. Douglass for his courtesy in treating the requests of the association during the year. Arrangements are to be made for a good muster of members to visit Wareek on the 4th March, the date fixed for a debate. The following officers were elected for the ensuing twelve months :-President, Mr J. Dempster ; vice-president, Mr J. Dillon ; treasurer, Mr T. Place ; hon. secretary, Mr W. Russell; com mittee, Messrs Dillon, Place, F. Walker, F. Long, and Dellavadova. It was agreed to amend the rule relating to officers to read as fol lows :-" That the services of any officer of the association may be dis pensed with by giving him a mon...
CREAM IN HOT WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
CREAM IN HOT WEATHER. Hoards D~)iryman says :--In order to make good butter in the summer it is nec"ssary to take the very best of oare of cream while it is being saved for a churning. Neglect to do this is per haps one of the chief causes of Door butter in the summer. Butter from properly kept and ripened cream will have a more desirable flavor, it will keep sweet longer, and bring a high er price in any market. Naturally, the first. essential is to tak3 proper care of the milk in the stable and separating room. It must be kep. away from undesirable odours, if taints are not wanted in the but ter. It is preferable to skim a rather heavy cream in hot weather, one test ing about 35 per cent. It ought to be skimmed before the milk has cooled or set around for any length of time. One of the first essentials is to cool it as soon' gsfter separation as pos sible. When it can be arranged, a desirable method is to have the cream can set in a tank of ice water, or real cold well water, whil...
REUTER'S CABLES. MEXICAN SENSATION. EXECUTION OF MR BENTON. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
Si:UTE''S C.IBLES MEXICAiN S. ...ION. EXECUTION OF f , BE' TON. LOTDO".J o; nDAY. The e:'ecution of William Benton, a British raoch oGner in Mexico, by the insurgent leader`, General Villa, Vwa referred to in the House of Com mons thie afternoon. Sir Edward fGrey, in reply to a question, said that previous to Benton's execution, +`he United States Goe nr*ment had impressed upon the 1e xican Government the importance of re?pecting the lives and properii.e of Europeans. The fact of the Forei n Office communi cating with the United States Go vernme?nt did not imply any British respon ibility. oH had communi cated nith the United States becarise the latter alone could exercise -in fuenc&lt; with JMexico and get justice done. r F'J. D.i clnd, Under-Secretary of Foreign Affairs, in reply to ques tions, said the continued fighting in Mexico w ca?.using the greatest pre judice to British and other commer cial interests. It was a matter of gra e. concern. but British interven tion :;...
CHRIST CHURCH SCHOOL. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
CHRIST CHURCH SCHOOL. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. The annual prize distribution' in connection with the Sunday schools of Christ Church was. held in the parish hall on Monday evening. The following programme, presented to a full house, was well and effectively rendered by a goodly number of the scholars of the schools, and was very favorably received :-Pianoforte duet, "Chilperie," Misses Watts and Davies; action song, "Song of the handkerchief," junior children ; song, " This bit of the world belongs to us," Spencer Furrell ; recitation, "Harmosan," Miss Hazel Liston; dialogue, " The invalid," J. Berri man, R. Stevenson, Phyllis Churchill, Ninon Harling; action song, " The Chinese umbrella," 2nd class girls ;. dialogue, "A sensational case," Misses- Hazel Liston and Jean Robertson; song, "Some folks do," Harry Grossman ; action song, " Two little curly-headed coons," Glen Liston and Spencer Farrell; dialogue, " Maidens all forlorn," Bible class girls. Praise must be given to the ladies...
THE HIGH SCHOOL. NEW BUILDING AN URGENT NECESSITY. (TO THE EDITOR "M. & D. ADVERTISER.") [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
THE HIGH SLCHOOL NEW BUILDING AN U GE? T, NECESSITY, (TO TH~ EDiz?:o i. " D. - .Pt ~:i .. " SiR,-It would be most interest ing to the citizens and rsaeav ers of Maryborough to learn whbther or not the Borough Council and ol r s0 concerned are eil s~tisfed with the bargain they made with the Govern 'ent concerning the establishment of the Maryborough District Hich School, I believe that they s, e £800, and an ideal site of i v , cre; in order that such an establishmenn might be erected in their midst. No other town or borough in ?ctnri• has been so lavish, and rat no other town of half the population of sary borough is without a splendid up-to date building. Is our own town or townsmen then so unprogressive, or the district itself so de~cda en that the erection of a suitable buildin" would be so much monery quaude-ed1 Personally, I believe that there would be no more popular e - endli ture of Government mvoney han ts.h employed on such an object. er tainly the citizns, in comparil n ...
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
MINING NEWS, THE SHAREMARKET. Mr Noah Davoy, stock and hearebroker, High-street, Maryboroogh, reporta the following closing quotations at the last meetings of the Melbourne and Ballarat stock exchanges yesterday afternoon: IN VESTMENTS. Amalg. Zinc-a 28/ ARARAT DISTRICT. Cathcart-b 2/4, s:les 2/5 Cathcart (paid)- b 2/2, a 2/S Cathcart Central-b 30/6, a 31/6 Cathcart Victory-b 1/6, a 1/9 Central Langi-a 3/3 Great Langi-b 3/8, a 4/ Langi N.-b 5/6, a 5/10 Langi 8.-b 14], a 16/ New Langi--b 32/6, a 33/, sales 32/9, 32/6 Upper Langi-b 1/4, a 1/5 Upper Langi (paid)-b 2/6, a 2/9, 5l~t 2/7 BEAUFORT DISTRIOCT. Beaufort Deep Lead-b 2/10, a 3/, i'ale 2/= Hope-b 8/, s 11/ Hope Ext.-b 3/2, a 3/3 Hope .--b 1/11, s 2/3, aea S2/ BALLARAT DISTRICT. Llanberris No. 1-b 8/142, a 3/6, rale? 8!3 New Normanby-b 2/6, sale 2/.3 Vic. United-b 1/6, a 4/ BERRINGA AND SCARSDALE. Birthday Tunnel -a 3/, sales 2/10 Golden Reefs-b 2/1, a 2/3 New Jubilee-sales 1/1 Williams' Fancy-b 28/3, a 30/ DAYLESFORD DISTRICT. A...