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LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914
LADIES' COLUMN. (By "Ambrosine.") "Wear anything you like," says "Luoille," "conditionally that the sil houctto is true to requirements." The tendency to widen skirts is limited, and this tendency is chiefly when they are made of sonme soft sheer fabric. Some of the modistes speak of the hoop skirt, which, however, is very different from the broad ringed creation we see in old family albums. We may have an underskirt, of white crepe de Chine and Valenciennes lace, the overskirt of white chiffon cloth draped as dexter ously as possible. It is the tunic that is hooped, and somehow or other the idea is not so bad. This tunic or pplum is of chiffon, and in the hem is run thle thinnest sort of featherbone. It will stand out the least bit from the body. anii there you are. To com plete, the bodice will be loose, fronts provided with skirt-like inset. Thero are the revers of the one and the turned down collar of the other. with such or namental etceterns as may ,e advis able. The sleeves a...
WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. A HIGH SCHOOL WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914
WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. A HIGH SCHOOL WIN. The lMethodists were beaten in de cisive fashion on Wednesday by the High School boys. Going in first, the Mfethodists made 70, Powell (25)and H. Walker (12) being the only ones to reach double figures. The most dan gerous of theschool bowlers, Sandersot, did not come off, but 'Baker and ListonI did well, with 4 for 7 and 4 for 14 re spectively. This ecore was passed by the echool with the loss of only two wickets, due to the solid batting of the tall Sander son. He hit hard and well, especially on the leg side, and had 60 of the 70 runs when the Motbodist tally wa, passed. After that the bats rent for a hit, and when Sandterson had 81 up he was well caught by M. Colman off J. Walker. This bowler went on late, but did all the damage. His 7 for 2S in cluded "the hat trick." The school total was 163, Bladen being second top score with 18. Scores: METHODISTS. H. Walker, b Liston 1... .. 12 'owell, b Warren ........ 25 W. Colman, c Kideton, bLis...
THE LARGEST ICE CAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914
S THE LARGEST ICE CAVE. A few years ago some members cA the Austrian Spieeological Society dis oovered in the Daohst.ein mountgins home oaverns which are amongst t~e largest in Europe. One of these grot toes, the longitudinal axis of which is fully, 6500ft. long, moreover, turned eut to offer additional initirest by :its truly enormous ice masses, and was found to be the largest known ice cave in the world. Though a scorohing sun may be burning outside on the bare mountain rock, there is liways an icy wind blowing through this underworld, freezing everything within its reach. Only sometimes, when the outside tem perature ranges between 32 and 41 deg. Cnt., and a comparatively warm rain penetrates throuigh the fissures of the took, entering right into the c.avepn, wiiil there be a temporary calm and dis tinct melting of the ice. The Dach stein ice cave comprises several domes filled with ice, which communicate with one another through a number of fro ,en galleries. An ice crevice 89 ...
HIS SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914
HIS SUGGESTION. Little Denis. out for a walk with mother, noticed a poor, ragged little urchin. "Yes, dear," said mother. "That poor little boy has no father to g:ve him toys and things, like you hanv. Wouldn't von liko to do something f'or him? Wouldn't you like to give hii your rabbit ?" Denis thought a momnt, annd 'then suggested, "I'd rather give him father." The driest, place in the world is that, portion of Egypt between tho two kwer falls of the Nile. Rain has never been known i ao fall there. Tobacco culture in Victoria. nfier years of rffort, appears to have been cstablLshed..o ai, .sa iisfacitiry ha-is.
COMMERCIAL. HIDE, SKIN, AND TALLOW MARKET. (BY WIRE.) MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914
COOMMIERCIAL. HIDE, SKIN, AND TALLOW :MiARKiET, (.BY WIE." MlaLsOcUns-, Thursday. The Australian Mercantile, Lsnd and Finance Co., Limited, report:-Sheep stkins-Well-grownf crosebred pelts 3-d to 3d better; other lots very irnm. Hides.-All weights ld better. Tallow firm at late rates.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914
P3 i INGStz onhg TOedATO sAthe o o 98,n ga you e Ingrsam's Ssace, there gs nothing wb~a~sed. IngiramB's mkesBE the p~lagines food ttle good- c firse JAS. MBINIFIE & CO., MARYBOROUGH FLOUR MILLS. 'PHONE 47. iN ~~r I· FLOUR, MEAL, BRAN, POLLARD ~u~i EA',,, .A AT CURRENT RATES, i Notice to District Consumers. O-i" BSan and Pollard is Branded distinctly with our name (MINIFIE.) :Ask for that Brand only and SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY.i DISTRICT FARMIERS PLEASE NOTE WHE~T? IS ASY QANTITES, BOUGHT UP TO 10,000 BAGo. AND OATS i :HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. CASH ON DELIVERY. FofrWheat Delivered to the iill id. per bus above Melbourne equivalent given. SARTIFICIAL MANURES. C:UMING SMITH'S MANURES .HAVE THE LARGEST SALE IN AUSTRALIA. : FARMERS--Send Your Orders at Once to .H. E. WI:LLIiAM:, SOLE DISTRICT AGENT, HIGH-STREET, MARYBOROUGH. WOOL SALES. The Australian 7ercantie Land and Finance Co., Ltd., wool and produce de partment report :-alies were resumed in this market to-day, Wednesday, 25th ...
FAT STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914
FAT STOCK MiARKET. BALLARAT, Tuesday. Messers Crawford, Dowling and Sey mour report:-Fat Cattle.-221 head, consistinog principally of lightweight steers and heifere, with a few pens ranging from good to prime quality bullocks and cows. For all suitable descriptions com petition ruled very briek, prices showing a slight improvement on previous rates, more especially for quality, closing very firm. Prime pens of bullocks, £11110/ to £12/10/; extra, £13 to £13j7/6; good, £10 to £11; useful, £8/10 to £9/10/; prime cows, £8 to £8117/6; good, £6/10! to £7 10/; useful, £5 to £6. Galve·.-46, including a fair proportion good to prime vealers. The demand was very steady throughout, late high rates being fully maintained. Best, to £5/7/. Sheep.-3492, consistinP principally of middling and useful descriptions, with a small proportion ranging from good to prime, less inferior s-rts than of late being yarded. Throughout competition ruled iairly keen, prices, more especially for quality, showing a...
WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914
WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS. S. MELOURE, Thursday. Wheat.-The market remaius firm at 3/9% to 3/93, the former price being ob tainable ex store, and the latter price for parcels delivered. Supplies offering con tinue limited. Farmers' lots are quoted on the basis of 3/S}1. Speculative par cels for April-June delivery are quoted at up to 3/11. At auction yesterday 340S bags of wheat were offered, of which 2819 bags were sold, including 20 bags Banyip seed at 4/, 12S9 bags prime mill ing at 3/91, 985 bage good at 3/9, o30 bags fair at 3/8 to 3/8i, and 21i bags lower quality at 3/5 to 3/7!', according to sample. The London market is steaay. Flour.-The association price for local consumption is £8/15/ delivered. Bran and Pollard.-The country de mand is active, but as mill have had dif ficulty in securing trucks, despatch has been slow. The association price for both articles is £5 delivered. Barley.-Prime malting and pearling are in good request, but feed descriptions are neglected. Prime ...
REUTER'S CABLES. NAVY AND STRIKES. CRUISERS AT NEW ZEALAND. INTERESTING STATEMENT. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914
BEUTER'S Ca: AAVI~eTT L' -) -fl CRUISERS AT L' Ai-ID. TNTE RE? l T . LONDO'.D . r ;YcZ'j . A quoction .ed b , Arthur Hendercon (Labor) Pn .he 'ouse of Commons to-day -liited an nterest ing answer .fr. I- the First Lord of tho Admir:,, in rd-f>rnce to the zatitude of the na" .-owards strike troubles in the dominions, -r T-eTdr,,qedr7O wanted to know whe,?e-- duri-,o the" rucent strike of wherl workeir at Christchurch (N.Zi) men fro H.HI.S. Psyche and H.... P?ramc, pA-'aed with fixed 'aronet5 ;hile i?e cruisers had their guns rained on the Lyttelton wharve? zn." ih-ir searchlights aided the etri~k--rea kr. 4-1 -noy- stated that 52r Churchi i, repl; y 8tated that, the Ps3che and Pyramus were -PrTsZnt at- oe priod of the dispute. ne hd .no e:.-c information con ceraing Lh ~ ?tter, but the measures .,-:oken of ·--ci* be adopted onlyat t.,e ---"."; r?? ~?a tol theresponsible eovernm-nt ofI ~he dominion. :;The nosti'on ;xuned by the Admiralty Io aff.-i:r of this nature had beeo exn;-Ed,...
AMUSEMENTS. COLISEUM PICTURE GARDENS. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914
AMUSEME.TS. COLISEUM PICTUE GARDENS. TO-NIGHT'S PROG RAMME The Coliseum Picture Gardens will be the oasis of the picture-10ving people of Maryborough to-night. There is certain to be a big crowd to see the beautiful programme to be screened. The star leted for to night is a sea coast drama by the famous Lubin Co., entitled, "Th sea eternal." It i t 2?00f, i.n.. . h and contains thrilling and exciti.g passages right through the picture till the end. It is tk-en in one f the romantic fishing villages that abound along the ses coast, Sud affords ample scops for the Di'ture man to get in al! the usntural scener and beautiful surroundin~,± 'hot plot is faithfull c 'rried out, i, which love, jealousy and hirunse are combined. One of the many realistic scenes is a storm at sea, in which one of the actors risks hi-s lif to save his comrade. \" Who wil marry Mary, a picture :hat al Mlaryborough has bsen talking ab' u , will be advanced another st2~e to night, when another propose i fom a Spa...
THE HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914
THW HFAREST. Harvestice is noF. vera3J che haj of the tre:her i- no lon; e hadi Lour midst. On th.e-hiol yiel d was idrly good, But hardly up to expet.s tirns. y anr Ders~ons were a bit diz sppointed at -the ,e?-i'l obtshed, bu still the ields will compare Vvery ve aSbi wnrh those t rf zrm- .ar Farmurs wil! shortl> oommerce pDough in,· but rain is basir nede-, foe sores land 'efcre it c-n be sstidtc:t':iiy br:kun up.
TEMPERANCE NOTES. (Contributed by Temperance Council.) [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914
.TEPERAYNC NOTES, &lt;Contribut·ed by T]emperance C uncil. It is not geeraeil known that ia France iand Uerms~a there eists a regular tr?a? in ....iebsv8 spli-~,~ ; Sbotlss of wn-e needi3g tc t udniAion*a evidence of age. The dealr" who fur nishes cobwebs to the wine-sellers hs auCo a iquor tnat sofrens and colors the cork to makei i assume the stagns of time. These cobwebs are not spread on bottles wi'Lout du. pre3..u...: They are previour~ir eep:,e- - n gum, so that ther m e more readr a. here. When they have been laid on, a little soot is sprinkled over them, and this fial toluch comp!etes the d -i-d appearance or great age. The distinrction bcteen te and in to-icating liquors has been weli put in the Educaion Deparoment's Ter -perune splabus:--" These alcohelic pe rance - - "- ccl beverages do not, as a rule, quench thirst as av.ter cr tea can do; in ct, theyr make people more thirst, and so cause them to be inclined o on drinking more beer and spirihs. Thirst may be, in...