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ALLEGED LARCENY. NEW LANGI LOGAN SCRIP. MELBOURNE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
ALLEGED LARCENY. NEW LANGI LOGAN SCRIP. MELBOURNE, TUESDAY. James D. Seymour, a young man, was charged at the City Court to day with having on Nov. 16 at Broken Hill stolen mining scrip re presenting 50 shares in the New Langi Logan Gold Mining Company, valued at £85. A remand for a week was granted, and bail fixed at .£150. Mr Ridgeway, who appeared for the defence, said that if the defen dant were kept in gaol it might mean the loss of a thousand pounds worth of property. Mr Dwyer, P.M.: He ought to be able to get £150 bail. There is a very large sum involved. Ap parently he carried on business in Broken Hill. Mr Ridgeway: He was a repre sentative of mining machinery. That was what took him there, but he is a Melbourne agent. Seymour : I have property at Broken Hill. Mr Dwyer : We don't know all the facts, and that is why we have to be careful in fixing substantial bail. Mr Ridgeway: The warrant has been out since November, and the agency is as well-known as the town clock. He cou...
WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. 'fhi competition is still open. To-day's match is between the Methodist and High School teame. The Methodists will be chosen from : -Colman (2), Davey. Dunetan, Gould, Keast, Meunder, Powell, Purdy, Rowe, Symonds,. Waugh, Watts. Walker (2), Witball,
BILLIARDS. GRAY GAINS RAPIDLY. BREAK OF 552. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
BILLIARDS. GRAY GAINS RAPIDLY. BREAK OF 552.:: , '': LONDON, M nt?,k.. The billiard match between Gray and Falkiner of 18,000 up,, with ivory balis; was resumed to-day. Gray scored 1798 to his opponent's 691, and if he maintains the present rate of gaining, he will win byrabout 100C. His best break to-day was 552. The scores now stand :-Fal ki r (receives 5000), 11,999; Gray, i , .5 C ?..
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
DEATH. SPENCER.--On 23rd February, 1914, at her residence, " Tolarni," Aberdeen-street, Newtown, Geelong, Mary Ann, widow of late Crystal Thomas Spencer, late Victorian Railways. Aged 63 years. The funeral will leave the Maryborough Railway Station on arrival of 4 o'clock Ballarat train TO-DAY (Wednesday), for Maryborough Cemetery. HUBBLE BROS., Undertakers. BEREAVEMENT CARD. Mr and Mrs Joseph WENOUTH and Family tender sincere THANKS to friends for letters, flowers, and expres sions of sympathy in their recent sad be reavement; also Dr Miller and the nurses of the Maryborough Hospital for atten tion to their late son. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 25, 1914.
THE OLD SCHOOL. (TO THE EDITOR "M. & D. ADVERTISER.") [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 February 1914
THE OLD SCHOOL. (To THE EDITOR " M. & D. ADVERTISER.") Sir,-The letter of " J. 404 " in your issue of the 18th inst. will no doubt bring many pleasant recollections to the scholars and their friends of the early days of the old school. Re the drum and fife band. I well remember its for- mation, and was one of its first mem- bers. Here are the names of some of my co-members that I remember-Ben Page, " Son" Salter, G. Shegog, C. Rogers, Jack Gourlay, Abe Robinson, Tom Banks, Frank Healy, Will and &nbsp; Dave M'Cullough, Charlie M'Farlane, &nbsp; E Rudrum and Sam Walker. The band was formed by Mr W. M. Cox, the head master, but its success was due to the ontiring efforts of Mr Robert Burns, who was our instructer and whose splendid capabilities as a teacher stood him in good stead. His popularity amongst the boys ren- dered his task a pleasing one &nbsp; to both teacher and pupils. We made several trips to Geelong to participate in competitions held ther...
SEQUEL TO LIBEL CASE. AUTHOR SENT TO GAOL. SUBORNING A WITNESS. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914
SEQUEL TO LIBEL CASE. AUTHOR SENT TO GAOL. .SUBORNING A WITNESS. : LONDON, Wre?-soaY. AIn, November, 1911, Sir J, 3, Robinsoni:the South African mining magnate, Was awarded £i0Q0 damages :by-the English courts in a :libel -action he brought againut Ir Louis Cohen, :author of " Remiai. scences of Kimberley." The ca~e arose:ourt of s!anderous - statmets concerninag Sir J. B. Robin?son in fr Cohen's book. -Eight months later Emi! Jame Berger, a-: theatrical agent, who had given evidence for Cohen, was con. victed at the Old Bailey on a chairg of. perjury: and was sent to prisein for three years. Now aiter a further i8 .months haFve elapsed, Cohen him elf -has been sentenced to three yearn' imprisonment for havin. suborned Berger to commit perjury. Also to-day a South African mining engineert named Victor Woolf was sentenced. to 18 months' shard iabor for perjury committed in the originai, libel case,