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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

Buainess Notices. !?%;?,? ::-:,i ?i,? ? ? ?.<' ? :- % . ... . " LUC AS'S BIG-- SALE TO'-IAY. _A ?o·ney-Saving Opportunity ·•I~. .•.~ii' TORTHR?EFTY PEOPLE. f7UR every effort since Chritma- has :Jbeen bent in preparations for ma? ing this Sale the most stock-reJucing event in our history. :Tvery line throughout our huge stock of a seasonable character we have ruth iessly price-pruned, and many end-of season purehases froiu Melbourne manu :facturers will be sob.. At Less than they cost to produce. - Every.aVy stape -od-s, such as HOUSEEOLD LINENS, 0otwithstanding late cabled advances o" prices in the home markets, wihl be sub stantially reducez, and be-ring in mind the fact that our goods came direct to us from the looms and are bught for prompt CBEb, no city house with tnesr big expeneS can afford to serve you as cheaply aE we can and will. -SE OUR BIG- PRICE-LIST. . `;:·~- i? . <_ :'j·;··r . · -• ._ oI one has not been delivered at your dr ?ord and we will mail...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CARISBROOK. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

CARISBROOK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The annuIal meeiing of the congregs tions of the Presbyterian Church was held in the Carisbrook Church on Tues day evening, the Rev. . A. Erskine (moderator) presiding. There weas fair attendance of mrembers from the :Majorc and Carisbrook charges. 'he report and balance sheet for the year, which were read by the secretary, Lr R. A. Esmilton, were received and adopted. The repnrt ashows that during the year the interest in the church and the attendances have been well maintained, and that the fnances are stronger, the various repairs and necessary improve ments having been undertaken and carried out. Also during the year a fine gig and set of harness was purchased at cost of £31. This has a!l been paid for, and speaks well for the life of the congregations. REports fr:cm the P.W.3. Unions st both stations were received and adopted, as were also reports and balance-sheets for each Sunday school. These organi. sations are doing good work, arid the Sunda...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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THE RECHABITES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

THE. RECHABIITES. A meeting of the Hope of Carisbrook Juvenile Tent, I.O.B., was held on Wednesday evening; Bro. T. Church in the chair. There was a lsarge atten dance of members, and also Supti. Evans and Whitmore. The receipts for the evening amounted to 5s lTd. Bros. A. Clover and L. Shebler were appointed to draw up a new syvllabus for the winter months. An enjoyable evening was spent at rifle shooting. A prize is to be awarded to the member who nominates the most new "nmembers for the year ending this quarter. A prize wilt also be given to the member wbto bs6 Ctte"ded th-3 net;z in>: regu1~r tar Tue T-er

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ACCIDENT AT THRESHER. YOUTH SERIOUSLY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

ACOCIDEN FA THRESHER. YOUTHE ERiOUSLY ISJUEED. A lamentable accident. vs a r l: of which Hugh 1'Ki:?r. aged 19 son of Mr E. .i'Kinley, of Timor West, lost his 1h ie?. occurred :. Bung Bang on Wednesday afr noon, YOung 'i"5 - ing on a thr~nhing-~mrchine. ad it was near knock-off time e the accident happened, e hid turned to look at a rabbit-ccurse, when h's foot slipped, a?n, in sn inse:. : hi was drawn into the dr... .. diately the machino nas :tordi, but it w sa fu!l quorer of :nYou befor~ M 'Rinley could ce reiesssi and al thos time the young fellow was conscious. When e¾tricsted : was found that hi:s left le had been very badly crushed. e iwas at once c;onveyed to the `-" 2,ir "r o pital, where Des. Green (ocu t·enens for Dr De ) a.. . ..l. amputsted the injured !imb' bo the knee., Throughout the whole of the trying period of consciousness erio: to the operation you ,'l[ behaved with rare fortu:ne. show ing himse!f to be nossessed of plu' any fu!i-grown mo n mighn nv, He rallied ...

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RATHSCAR & WAREEK. THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

RATHISCA.R & WAVUREEK. THE WEATHER. The weather has been ver' y -, rv and dusty. The roads are re?rr much cut up in onsequee sad mske traveling veryr -disreeable. I- i" manv ,ears o!nce the rt.s hae .eea in such a condi:,-,. an:d ther ili co.n tinue to be bad until r?, comes. Water is v ery scarce everywhere ~f drinkinDg and 'msc purpoes, and if rain holds o. much longer the- e wil be almost a water famine. The 8n are very io, s=,me are dried up, ond many tanks are anlmos: eha.u?ted. It is to be hoped thtt a gocd dwna-,1 of rai3 will speedily come., When ide it wili be heartily welcomed 'u ad.

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

Tax soul of the social reformer has vexed for ages over the question how far the State is justified in pushing its authority over the moral and private opinions and habits of its citizens. The old doctrine that any legislative measure, though it were tyrannical or absurd, may be im posed on a people if only you can: get sufficient voices to make it a law, has long been exploded; though it is occasionally served up oby narrow extremists whose zeal in some cause, notably that of total abstinence and prohibition, outruns their discretion and leads them to disregard the lessons of history and experience, Wise men know, as Emerson points out, that foolish legislation is a rope of sand which perishes in the twisting; that the State must follow, and not lead the character of the citizen; that legis lation is but the expression of what social progress which exists in the people who permit it. For the law is only a memorandum. The maxim that Governments ought to train the people in the way t...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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LUCERNE AND SOIL FERTILITY [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

LUCERWE AND SOIL FERTILITY Luicerne adds to tho fertility and in creases tile productireness of ]land in ?scvoal ways. The bacteria which l:-?. and muitiplh in the tuberoles that Reow on the roofs of iabe plants take nitrogen riom thle air tha6t pa.ses through ~the soil doubtless u.ing the nitrogen ns a food and changing it in such a way bh this uso that the nitrogen b'tnome\n available as focd for the plants, or the death of the bacteria alows their .uis tance to be absorbed by the plant.

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DAIRY COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

DAIflY COWS. An American authority says: If quan titj. of milk is the chief aim then the Holstein would be the breed to select, as this breed o?f cows gives more mill than any of the others. Among the Shorthorns there are many good milking animals but the beef charaocteristicu have crept into the blood of most Shorthorns and on the whaIo tlhev cannot be considered a profiitable milking breed. In other words. they are primarily a beef breed and to at tempt to get milk from therm is work ing against nature. The breed of cows that will produce the most .milk per acre will undoubtedly be iho Hol _tein; tho Channel Isle cattle will pro duce the most milk and fat. The am ount of milk or fat produ??led peir acre depends of course upon the character of the cows kept. the kinds of feed used, and the atteniion paid to the herd. We would not advise cressing Jerseys -:with Shorthorn cows unless the process is kept up. If a Jersey bull were kept at the head of the herd for a sterie. oi years, it...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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MARYBOROUGH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

MARBYBRooGH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSORIBERB. Name. No. "Advertiser" Office .: r 'I:.. 11 Albio~n Hdtel .. . ... 29 Bank ofTictoria ...;- . .. .... 53 Bennell, O.- B. (senior linema).: 63 'Brewery :(and private residence) -12 Brownbill, G. M.. :'.. . .... 49 Burge, H .. ... .. ... Bull and Mouth hotel .. ...... .2 *Cleary, 3. N. .;.............. Colman and -.Lardner . .. 39 Commercial Hotel... .... .... 67 Court House .. ... .. ? 45 Cox, 3. B........ ........21 Crameri, E. .. .... ,, .. 22 Crooks, J. B. ... -.... ,. i70 Davey::Noah.... . . .. 62 Davies, I. ....... 5 . 7 Deanes, Dr. BE. W ....... . . DIinglass and Son (F. Fisher) ... 17 Edwards aind Co.. .. ...,. 11 :Fire Brigade,... .... .". .. .31 Flour Mills and Mr Land's pri 'rate residence ... ... .. 47 Garde, ~IDr G.E .. ...... 26 Gas Company : ....;. ......'61 :Green, W. ...... .. ..3 Griggr .~. and Co,.-. ....,7. Gu Bros. 5 :Harris, I. . ....... :... .6 Herring, B. ' 8 .. ".... ...4 Hownlett and Black...;:;:. ., i... 7...

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ENGLISH FARM PRODUCTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

ENGLISH FARis PFRODUCTIS. Part II of the Agriculturnial Stattitio. for 1912. issued by the British Board of Agriculture, deals with the produce of crops, and brings out the deficiunt vields of wheat, oats, and potatoes. ow ing to tihe wet season. A table is siven, showing the hypotheiical value of orops. Wheat is put at £10.8S3 000 as compared with £12.210,000 in 1911; barley. £8,452o.00, against £8.814.000 rats, £9,16t.000. njainst £90G77,000: potatoes, £8,900,000, aganist £10.118,000. On the other hand. cloveor, etc., hay is gwn at £10.2.57,000. against £.S99.000; and meadow hay, ;£9.710O.(K), svnin-st £21173.000. Hops are estimatitd at £2.259.000. against .3.,42S000, the drop in this naso being due to the de creased price. It is noted as re markable that the market prices were so nearly simiilar, in three instances identical, in the two seasons. and ex cept for wheat, potatoes and hop.. the nominal value of thM crops of 1912 is said to compare favorably with that of the crops of ...

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GOVERNMENT BATTERY. DUNOLLY COUNCIL'S REQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

GOT' ; 41ET- BET?IE Y. DUNOLLY COU):CIL'9 REE Rr ~ £~ : ? i · ' [ ::?1 Boroubh Council, in:roT..u,-ed i. Pennington!': 3L.,itrvee SE ro wnI,.EI ?t on We to the Gov.ernment b..?tte:: in o, r.:?- : ~,· : D apeak~ers ?einted out :n< Iocal trus: h.d b,.n " department in 'e- ':-: :o "h e -: on of a batter , Of h . 1 -,. £75e-: h.--d .: .k-d: ore :i.? a:s:: tu sp ?: ...n ou ."_ s [:.exe e c. us: : - eo vernmeu".? -:h n: :. :' : t.he £?.:', boutrh o ".' . :n ""e £T,5 i.."? c ,d?_... ... ihe Gene::: oo... . dearea -e:: the i's .t hou:J. aso oe : the responsibilipv :f i.roviding ;: for tnm e, catlerv, n.=.En:uch 5o water suppli .w.-s ano ::?: The Miinist-r, in ,.'el,,- sea ,f the ,10) w?.s m .te.. 01 ;::Iee: hold out anzv hsKe of t-.:.: bein? ref.?nd - e , -.ould be better f,:r he ..::.. .take over he m , :-: : terests 0 ,e loca: p,:- , ?.) ot?.e ,dis:?.: :o teta t :.':"x they s ,,uli co-.:oe -e w!:h t part:ment. He was ?s:Fi 01 inst ';ii?:.? these b :'s aurin rous outr:-, As l a ...

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ROADS AND BRIDGES. GRANTS TO MUNICIPALITIES. £24,000 ALLOCATED. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

SROADS AND B -IDGES. &RA S? TO 31C'MŽCIPALI'?S.I £2:OC ?n ALLOCATED I-cduded i- the e?.:itu s :,hich -ao receutly -approved by Par-isaen: v,?, e grar'.t of £25,000 to a?ssis: accides:!f?' coun'ils i n cozstruce e ?.{ am . rosds, carry otut drs:=s2e ro .:,, a:, r e p a i r " t h -,e d a m a : g e s t o b ' / .:i a ? c a : .. e ; by ioods. The a?. ; or , i-.: ?. :--. , louver than he in.: (-?40," ,i reduction is .....a, Paril:=en: h?} vati £.-?,000,000O_. , for the c'ounr..?c _. s :maintenance ot ro.,ads br :'.-e atg-.s:r Roat35d Board. This is ::: as~: ic::ssii oE on ,whb h th'e di3:i -tri t-n of a r-.'i . made br the Pubije Yor'ksir. de::eu:, in future .al exceen ture a -he . w? il come within th?e o;'er-:ubes e: is. Country R`ads B-st 3 1 5, The "::.:sd::. • .a .. district muni:'ulities 1:ar:icinr-s~e { the a'loeaio :- Avoca Shire.--Town.s eain:e-:,ce o $mPi roads antd br'idges ,co:, oil to expend £ 25. s.:dit!..-n:1.! . i:-"5 Be~tt Be: Shir~e -Tow~ards~ EI:3:lie £ .cte of ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. AVOCA. FRUIT EXPORT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. ,FBO' OUO COERI.SONDENT7.) AiVocA. FRUIT EXPORT TRADE. Liany of the orchardists in the A?m phitheatre district have been compeiied to cancel ordpers for 5P2c on steamer for elport frnjt. his i s the resut~ of the 1ong dry speil, which has canuse~d the fruit to beso small aii ~s to be unis for export purposes.

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EDDINGTON RACES. ENTRIES CLOSE MARCH 6. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

EDDIN-GON RACES. ENTRIES CLOSE IMAECHE 6. The acnuai races and 8sports wi! be he!d at Eddington on Wednesda, 11lth March. The abridged programme is published in an advertisement in another column. Entries for the handiesp events close with the secretary, Mfr L. Knight, on Friday next, 6:h March.

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CHOIR CONCERT. CLARENDON-STREET CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

CHOIR CONCERT. CLARENDON.STREE'T CHURCH. A very enjoyable concert was held on Wednesday evening in the Christian Chapel in aid of the choir fund. The night was cool, and the absence of counter attractions ensured a large audience, the building being crowded to the door,. Mr Lars Larseu presided, and the concert opened with a part song, " The distant chimes," for three voice-parts, nicely sung by the ladies' choir. The ever-popular favorite, Mr W. Colman, rendered Piosuti's " King's Minstrel," and was highly appreciated. Miss Boyle recited the amusing "Caulle" lecture, "The family um brella." The Maryborough quartette party, M.isses M. Sutton and IM. Knight, Messrs W. Colman and S. -.L Pittman sang, " Hail, smiling morn," and later, "Who shall win my lady fair?" The fact that both numbers were encored testifies to the enjoyment of the audience, who evidently under stood and appreciated unaccompanied part-singing. Miss Sutton, although bampered by a cold, did well in the "Angel at the...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

GENERAL NEWS. The Castlemaine charity carnival art union returned a clear profit of £4S1, which will be distributed among the local charities. The St. Aroaud Coursing Enclosure Club has decided to pay off all deben tures-over 200 at £1 each-after the slet March. The club has been in exist ecnce only a little over 12 months, and has made very satisfactory progress. After making provision for the payment of the debentures, it starts the forth coming season on the right side of the ledger. Awakened by the noise of a person opening his cellar door, Mir Mlurray, Ihceensee of the Rest Down hotel, IRochester, rushed out of his room and trapped the intruder in the cellar. Mr Murray then sent for the police. The man sought to escape through the flap in the bar door, but was captured and handed over to a constable. Cr. James Kennedy, of Welelvin, near Coraki, N.S.W., had a thrilling encounter with a big carpet snake, 11 feet in length, which, when afterwards dissected, was found to contain fi...

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EMBARRASSING PROMISE [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

E~MBARRASSING PROMISE A peculiar position regarding the Dunolly State school was explained by a deputation which waited upon the Minister for Education (Sir Alexander Peacock) on Wednesday. Mr Pen nington, M.L.A., introduced Councillor W. IT. F. Couchman (mayor), Coun cillor Peters, and Mr Drysdale Brown, M.LC,, who explained that the pre sent school was in a bad state of repair and practically uninhabitable. It was built 3S years ago, when the develop. ment of Dunolly was expected to be towards the north. The town did not grow in that direction, and now chil dret, from the south end had to walk over a mile to school. About two years ago a portion of the Gordon Gardens was suggested as a site for a new school. The council agreed to this, and an act was passed excising the land from the garden reservation. The deputation asked the department to carry out its p)romise, and build a new school on the site. The Minister admitted that a pro. mise had been made by his predecessor to erect ...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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MARYBOROUGH RACES. EXCELLENT ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

MARYBOROUGH RAGES. EXCELLENT ENTRIES, The autumn meeting of the 3ar?y borough IDistrict Eace Club to be held on W~ddneday next-on the Carisbrook racecourse, promises to repesat the: sue cess of the initial meeting. Good en tries have been received, and the rac. ing should provide an exceiient day's sport. Detailed entries are given be. low : TRIAL HANDICAP. Five furlongs. W. G. Coutt' aWee Jean. C. Wilson's Kilmuir. F. Ring's Diamond Bracelet. Barker's Steelbolt. L. C. Impey's Gnata. HANDICAP TROT. One mile and a.quarter. P. Glasheen's Aillie B. H. P. Watson's Anyway. G. H. Caldweil's Larry Direct. J. Cameron's Lady Almont. P. Parkinson's Lady Direct. C. T. Simmons' Direct B. MARYBOOUOUGH HANDICAP. One mile. W. G. Courts' Brakespeare, R. Pearson's Drex J. Boyd's Lady Mercia. G. Ryan's heg. F. Hing's Pine Hill. T. Baxter's Bonheur. H. Norri's MA.T.L. R, B. IRowe's Buckram. R. 3F'Gowen's Maxweltoo, .. E. Wilson's Last Dream. C. Ashton's Lady Warwick. FLYING HANDICAP. Five furiongs, C,...

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RABBIT-COURSING. MARYBOROUGH MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 February 1914

RABBIT.-COURSING. MARYBOROUGH MEETING. A sport new to 3Sarvborough was inaugurated st the show grounds on Wednesday, when the recently-formed Fox Terrier Coursing Club held its first meeting. Possibly the Avoca races took away some who might have attended, and, though the weather was very pleasant, the assembly of spec tators was not large. It swelled to quite respectable proportions when the young guard drilling in the hall near by ceased operations ; but when these boys did not rise to the occasion with 3d each they were given marching orders by the club officials. The rest of those present subscribed £2 3s at the gates. Coursing with for terriers has little in common with the plumpton work of greyhounds. It has none of the fine points of the latter sport, and can never hope to seriously compete with it for public favor. In the big coursing there is an element of uncertainty, but nothing that places a top-notch dog on a level with the " chac." Speed and c!everne:ss are the two ess...

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