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LATE SUPPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 March 1914
LATE SUPPERS, Late suppers are a commoni causae-of insomnia, especially that form of it in which people fall into a heavy sleep, only to wake with a start an hour or so later. Digestion comes almost to a dead stop during sleep, so that suf ficient time shoult be allowed for the last meal to be disposed of before the hour of retiring. This interv'al Thould be two hours at least, whic'h often means that half past. eight it1, a tore. Late enough for the ev ening mal. in any Case. the food hich ? t. en then ought to hoe of light nature, a?Td not includoe pork, cold , u any other article of diet which is slow of dige?tion..
LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM. MARRIAGE ENDS ROMANCE. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 March 1914
LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM. MARRIAGE ENDS ROMIANCE, MELBOURNE, SATuaDAY. After an eventful romance a youthful couple was married this afternoon. The principals were Reu ben Alfred Walters, who will be 19 years of age in June, and Frances Sousa Cherriel Rogers, who is in her sixteenth year. Some time ago the couple cleared to Adelaide where they remained six weeks. Walters was arrested on a charge of abduc tion and both were returned to Mel bourne. The proposal was made in the Richmond Court when Walters ap peared to answer the charge. When the girl was giving her evidence Walters asked her if she was still prepared to marry him. " Most de cidedly I am," was the prompt answer. " Nothing will alter me." Walters was afterwards acquitted on the charge of abduction, but he pleaded guilty to a charge of having committed an offence against the girl, and was released on sureties to come up for sentence when called upon. The parents had refused to give their consent to their daughter's marriage, but...
A GAME OF INCIDENTS. MARYBOROUGH'S "TAIL" WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 March 1914
A GAME OF INCIDENTS. MARYBOROUGH'S "TAIL" WAGS, When E. S. Herring won the toss from Morecroft he had no hesitation in taking advantage of a good wicket. Each team had changes in its personnel. Ewens (who is indisposed) gave place to Coolmain in the Maryborough eleven, and Branton (another Wednesday As sociation man). was included. On the other, side, Morton (who ..has left the Railway Club altogether) was missing, and Ryan (a good man) and Kelly were stood out in favor of Quinn, Ross, and Willet. M'Allister and J. Herring opened the Maryborough innings to the bowl. ing of Moore and Baker, and the ex Talbot man got M.'Allister (given out leg before by Worrall) before he had scored: The second-wicket partnership, however, was a good one. Herring and Stevens both batting solidly. The latter was the first to go, being caught at square-leg off Quinn when he had 41 up.: This score- was well-made, and in cluded six fours. The departure of Stevens started a "rot " in the Mary borough ranks...
DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 March 1914
DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. (NOTES BY ORTHos.) There was only one match in the distriet competition on Saturday, Talbot and Havelock foregoing their meeting to watch the M?aryborough-Railways contest on the Maryborough oral. The weather was glorious, and as the match was an important one (to those concerned) there, was a good attendance of spectators. These were rewarded by an interesting afternoon's play, and when stumps were drawn the result was still quite in doubt, with the odds, if anything, in favor of Railways.
DEATH OF MR J. BOWRING. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 March 1914
DEATH OF MR J. BOWRING. The sad news reached 1awenrale ou Saturday of the death, in Melbourne, the previous night, of Mr James Bowring, second eldest son of Mr John Bowring, one of Bowenvale's oldest and most respected residents. The lnte Mr Bowring was an inspector in the Post and Telegraph department for many years. He has been ailing for a. considerable time. Deceased was 49 years of age, and leaves a widow to mourn her loss.
FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 March 1914
FIRE BRIGADE. A meeting of the Bowenvale Fire Brigade was held in the brigade room on Friday evening, Captain Pollock presiding over a good at'endance of members. The principal business was the selection of the teams to compete at the Bendigo- demonstration to be held neit week, After careful considera tion the following teams were selected: Four-men Hose and Reel.-H. Crel lin, W. Reeves, A. Reeves and P. Body. tix-men Hose and Reel.-H. Crellin, A. Reeves, W. Reeves, P. Body, J Pollock and D. Body or J. Allison. Marshall Event.-H. Crellin, J. Allison, J. Pollock and W. Reeves. For the two-men reel race the final selection will be made from H. Crellin, P. Body, A. Reeves and J. Pollock. The above-named members have been putting in a good deal of practice lately, and it is expected that about a dozen members will procedd to Bendigo Tbey have the best wishes of their many friends and supporters here.
DISTRICT NEWS. BOWENVALE. THE BUNG BONG ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 March 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORBE?SPONDENTS7.) BOWENVALE. THE BUNG BONG ACCIDENT. The recent lamentable threshing machine accident at Bung Bang, by which the.young man IHughieM'Kinley lost his leg, has caused general regret throughout this district, where he is so well known and respected. The unfortu nate 'oung fellow always took a great interest in any sporting affairs, havin; played footballwith the Bowenvale and Bet Bet Clubs. In social events, pie nics, etc., he always took an active part. It is gratifying to learn that he is pro gressing as well as can be expected, and his many friends will be pleased to see him about again before long.
FIGHTING WOOLLY APHIS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 March 1914
F"I.GT ?WOOLLY APHIS. Srisr . "L- Progres Agricole and T" J l co _zomrncuds as a kremedy .ga .nist .o l ooliy aphis (Sohixoneur: anigers).;ch i, certainly one of the et dit:cult. Iass to destroy, the use? or cnmmerarot - pa nt, as beingi a uiple, prn. tc. a economio subs-: .ance ensu'in5 then deatruotion of the coloniat of atnidet. ` The ?, can o prepared on te?? arc'.ar ; acnordin, zto the following for l: --L??ce oil, 7b; white lead, l: b: 01:dO o-' ine, 11b. The mi?, b~oiled for 10 iinptes and -hen cold ~l1 of turpentine ; -d-d4 5 to 2aint is applied by means , brush ;t , the afectld parts. As _ rule one nppiication is sufficient, but in ordo?- to too quit sfe, two can be ma, in o aumn and at~ the end of p?'?ff .m
CRICKET. FIFTH TEST MATCH. SOUTH AFRICA V. ENGLAND. PORT ELIZABETH, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 March 1914
CRICKET. FIPIH TEST MATOEC. SOUTH AFRICA V. ENGLAND. PORT ELIZABETH, FznkY. The fifth: test match, was coinmenced at Port Elizabeth to day. The South Africans batted first aind were all dis posed of for 193. The Englishmen lost 1 wicket for 48 runs before stumps were drawn. Scores:- SOUTH AFRICA. First Inninizs. Zulch, c Strudwick, b Booth ... 11 H. Taylor, cStrudwick, b Woolley 42 D. Taylor, b Reif ..... ... 12 Nourse, b Hearne ... ..... 26 P. Hands,c Bird, b Douglas .. 83 R. Hands, at. Strudwick, b Woolley ... .. .... .... 0 Newberry, b Woolley .. .. 11 Ward, c Bird, b Douglas ... .. 3 Carter, a Bird, b Douglas... ... 0 Blanckenberg, b Douglas ... 0 Lundie, not out .... ....... 0 Sundries ... ..... ...... 5 Total .. .. ... 193 Bowling.-Douglas, 4 for 14; Woolley, 3 for 71; Relf,1 for 26; Hearne, 1 for 34; Booth, 1 for 43.G ENGLAND . First Innings. Hobbs, c Nourne, b Lundie ... 33 Rhodes, not out ... ...... 7 Hearne, not out .. .. ... 0 Sundries ... .. .. .... 8 One wicket for ... ...
UNEXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 March 1914
IS-- PECTED. Ono of th:: disnitries off the Church t Sc3iaa v.ps I. mniC s Lr of as remote p s nto fame, but Sot cnd aricularly elo . -.' i'i sugi.; ion^. e'atsrxo altera uo r in i church, 'which d~ to ei. &lt; ping; awN-ay con s;deraoB !O,::.: ,'.nmmodation. e ay ^ v' * alt-orations had been c e "sit the church to *What. do you thiq' d f th0 improve. men"ts. 1.John' ho ;ked of the beadle. I' n .' exclaimed John, in 7n'.in ',-y -o no 1nuprovoment.s a. 'o nu 'lr j " goiu' to pnt th e si z o2f C>hat so; v'y ^.f ni," rhav do w n I ,I,.
TREASON. OFFICER CONVICTED. 19 YEARS' IMPRISONMENT. VIENNA, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 March 1914
TREASON. OFFICER CONVICTED. 19 YEARS' IMPRISONMENT. VIENNA, Fmon?nY. The trial concluded in Vienna to day of Lieut. Jandrie, who was ar rested in July last on a charge of treason. It was ascertained that Jandric was accustomed to meet Russian agents in the Russian Church at Vienna, and to hand documents to there while they ware ostensibly at devotio'l. jandric was conviCt(-" and sen tenced to 19 vearst' inprisonmett. The trial has now begun1 of Jan dric's brother, Cedomny whoi is charged with being concerned in the espionage conspiracy. [It was due to the arrest of Jandric in May last on a charge not con nected with the above-mentioned case that the duplicity of Colonel Redi, a high oficiail, was revealed. Colonel Red! was implicitly trusted in connection with measures taken against spies, but when an investi gation was held it was discovered that the colonel had been selling military secrete to ?ussia for a period of 14 years, His arrest was ordered immediately, and four officers w...
RURAL LABORERS. WAGES AND HOUSING. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 March 1914
. UAL LABORERS. WAGES AND HOUSING. LONDON, FRIDAY. Mr Bonar Law, leader of the Unionist party, was interviewed to day by a deputation of farmers in regard to tthe movement to improve the conditions of agricultural laborers. The Opposition leader, in his re-: ply, said that some means must be found to ,lae the wages of laborers on . proper basis with as little State interference as possible. Similsrly, he thought, in regard to the housing of rural workers the State lshould only intervene when private enter prise failed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 March 1914
INGRAM'B TOMATO SAUCE 1 Yotrie to at'nc Sauce there 's nothing wasted. Ingram's makes the plainest food too good to !csta 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 WHEAT) IN ANY QUANTITIES, BOUGHT UP TO 10,000 BAGS. AND OATS S ;HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. CASH ON DELIVERY. For Wheat Delivered to the Mii ,d. per bus. above Melbourne equivalent given. ARTIFICIAL MANURES. -OUMING SMITH'S MANURES . HAVE THE LARGEST SALE IN AUSTRALIA. FARMERS-Send Your Orders at Once to :L E. WILLIAIS, SO LE DISTRICT AGENT, HIGH-STREET, MARYBOROUGH. ALWAYS TAKE IT. "I always take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy whenever I have a cold," writes Mrs A. Preston, 51 King-William St., Fitzroy, Vic. "I first took it when I had an attack of influenza and I got relief ai once. ...