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MAJORCA DEEP LEADS ALLUVIAL CO. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914
I1AJORCA DEEP LEADS ALLUVIAL CO. Shaft-sinking operations to exploit the old "Sudor" lead, which comes through the plain at the west of IMNiorca, are rapidly progressing. The large boiler is now being built Sin, winding plant nearly erected, and pnppet heads are being prepared; office, storeroom and blacksmith shop have been erected, and well fitted with up-to-date tools. The shaft, which was sunk in basalt for 90ft. in depth many years ago, is being re-timbered, and a heavy frame set to carry pumping gear has been put in. The manager (Mr E. Bagley) expects to have steam up in about a fortniaht's time.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914
JAS. MINIFIE CO., MARYBOROUGH FLOUR MILLS. A. LAND, MVanager. FLOUR, MEAL, BRAN, POLLARD, and WHEAT, AT CURRENT RATES, Notice to District Consumers. Oar Bran and Pollard is Branded distinctly with our name (MINIFIE.) Ask for that Brand only and SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. DISTRICT FARMiERS PLE ASE NOTE &lt;IrytT'Aml IN ANY QUkNTITIES. BOUGiHT UP TO 10,000 BAGS. ~UV ti.L9 HIGrEST MA RET PRICE. CASH ON DELIVELY. For Wheat Delivered to the Miil id. per bus. above IMelbourne equivalent given, To the Trivailin1g Publio. *t'ILLIA SON desirea to notify \ ' Inat e hahsz OPENED A BO0iiTNG ~FFIc:E, oF paseangers to Boweno'ale, at !he Bal a~nd M-ooth Hiold~, Maryboroughb TI?E~ IS THE TEST. The test of time is what tells the tale. "A uew broom sweeps clean," but will it " wear W'!" is what interests most. The public soon .lud out when misrepre sentations are made, and merit alone will stand the test of time. People appreciate merit, and years ago local people publicly endoreed Doan's Backac...
MELBOURNE NEWS. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914
MELBOURNE NEWS. -Tmmson. THuaRSDAY. Jno. Cyril Crosby, chauffeur, was to-day proven at the City Court guilty of negligently driving his motor car in Lonsdale-street on December 15, by which a horse belonging to L irnunud Oliver, of Newmarket, was destroyed. The bench considered the case a glaring on, and said it was deplorable that a car should be placed in the hands of the defendant. The accident oc curred in broad daylight, and the defendant claimed the right-of-way, saying Oliver could have got out of the way. Crosby, who is a young man, was fined £5 and his certificate was suspended for three months. Hugo Jabilinski, the young Rus sian medical student, who was fished out of the Yarra and charged with attempted suicide, was again before the court on remand. The police said inquiries showed defendant having been here two months and bore a good character. His former employer, Dr. Woinarski, was unable to find him further employment, but had arranged to have him looked after and emp...
EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914
EX AMINATION RESULTS, The Education department has made available the following ad ditional results of the recent examinations at the Maryborough School of +Mines : Mechanics and Heat.-Grade I. Pass---Cedric Dudley. Drawing for Builders and Artisans. -Pass -Nil. Engineering Drawing--Grade - Pass, Credit-Paul Fi.her, Cedric Dudley. Pass-Robert J.: Boase, Spencer E. W. Furrell,: :Edward C. Hawke.
SCHOOL OF MINES. COMMERCIAL CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914
SCHOOL OF MINES. COMMERCIAL CLASSES. Commercial edtcation has un to the present been very badly catered for in the country towns of the State. The metropolis and the inland cities have had established for many years business colleges whose sole aim it was to prepare young people for commercial life, and to provide them with that class of education which would be of service to them in the banking chamber and the mercantile office. To.:T extend privileges similar to those offered by these instutions to the residents of country towns has been one of the most important of theý recent acts of the technical branch:of the Education department. The Chief Inspector of Technical Education, after conferring with the leading: business men of Melbourne has drawn up a set of courses which has the fall commendation of the heads of the principal commercial interests, and which, being estab. lished in the technical schools of the State, should minimise the necessity of students going to Melbourne fo...
AMUSEMENTS. COLISEUM PICTURE GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914
AMUSEMENTS. COLISEUM PICTURE GARDENS. The feature film to be screened to night (Friday) at the above palace of amusement is a Vitagraph two reel drama, entitled " The call." It is brimful of exciting episodes; love and .jealousy play an important part. It tells of an unhappy mar riage which leads to the husband going away to seek his fortune in the timber country. He meets with a railway accident, which enables him to change clothes and papers with a less fortunate passenger and so disguise his identity. He after wards assumes the name of " Bill Stanton," and makes his fortune as a forester in the north-west, and longing for home he returns only to find his wife married to his rival. The rival turns out to be worse than he was, and ill-treats the woman so much that she dies and suspicion points to the husband as her mur derer. The meeting between the first and second husbands is tragic, and in the struggle which follows "Bill Stanton" is shot and dies a, few moments after his rival....
NON-PAYING GUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914
NON-PAYING GUESTS, Don't keep non-paying guests in the fowl-yard. We refer more partioularly to mites and lice. They are robbers of t'fh worst type, and one can safe:y say that their room is more welcome than their company. Now that the hot weather is coming on, it will pay handsomely to take precautions to re move these parasites, before they get a fresh lease of life. To keep clear of mites, the perches should be removed and tarred, allowing them to dry ther oughly 'before being replaced, or spray ed or dipped in kerosene. Tar will be found excellent for the purpose. Many progressive pou try-keepers now tar the whole of thoir houses, inside and out. in preference to lime washing :ho interior. Fowls are naturally clea-i in their habits, and if given a chance "ill keep themselves flee from body ;ice. To enable them tc do this, they must be provided it!: a (lust bath. fhis can be arranged in some dry cor 'er, set apart for the purpose where they can have access to a quantity of iry e...
JUDGE'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914
JUDGE'S OPINION. Adjudicator Johnston attached to his notes the following opinion of the contest :--" Taking the playing in this contest in comparison with previous years, I must congratulate the two bands on their playing of the selection and waltz. I think it is far ahead of previous contests I have adjudicated at Maryborough. There has not been a great deal of difference between the two bands as regards their playing. The most noticeable difference has been in balance and tune."
WEDDING. WILSON—KEILLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914
WEDDING. ---4-- ----- WILSON-KEILLOR. On Saturday, September 27, a wedding was celebrated at St. George's Presbyterian Church, Chapel-street, East St. Kilda. The contracting parties were Mr Wm. Wilson, son of AMr John C. Wilson, of Gippsland, and the late Mrs Wilson, of Corron, Ireland, and Miss Mary Keillor, third daughter of Mr James and the late Mrs Keillor, of Newtown. The officiating clergy man was the Rev. A. Gillison, of East St. Kilda. The bride was given away by Mr P. Daweon, of St. Kilda, and looked charming in a white voile, trimmed with silk insertion. She wore the usual wreath and veil, and carried a pretty bouquet. She was attended by -Miss Moulin as bridesmaid, who also carried a bouquet. Mr Wallace Moyes- acted as best man. After the ceremony the wedding party was driven to Mr C. Ford's, where a sumptuous breakfast was partaken of, and the usual toasts honored. The happy couple, accompanied by friends, were then driven to Flinders street station, and, amid showers (f...
QUICKSTEP. MARYBOROUGH CITIZENS' BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914
QUICKSTEP. MARYBOROUGH CITIZENS' BAND. March. " Loyal Hearts."--Opening 6 8-The trombones are too rough when approaching me, spoils the effect, other wise band very good. Piano passages very well played; eupho. and baritone doing well. Second time through-I would like a little cleaner tonguing. This band plays very nicely in piano pas sages. The bass solo is exceptionally well played. Phrasing and tone of the best.. The general rendering of this march has been very fair; the most noticeable fault was the trombones overblowing when approaching the tent. The bass solo was very well played. Points, 73. Inspection.-Another well turned out band, but one instrument dirty; this is the only dirty instrument in the two bands. Uniforms clean and well put on; men in the rear rank cannot stand still whilst at "stand at ease" position; this and the instrument referred to are the only faults I have to find here. Points, 36. Quickstep-Part I.-Drum-major takes too long to "dress" band; too much fus...
MARYBOROUGH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914
MARYBOROUGR TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSORIBERS. Name.. No. "-Advertiser " Office ... .. 11 ,.Albion Hotel .. . .. 29 -.Bank of Victorias .. .. ... 53 Bennell, ..B. B(seniorlineman)... 63. BennettJohn ... ..44 Brewery (and private- residence) 12' Brownbill, G.M. .... .. .. 49 Burge, g... ... .....50 Bull :and Mouth hotel ... ... . 2 Cleary, 3: N..... ... ... 8 Colman and Lardner .., . 39 Commercial ;Hotel .., .. . 67 Court House .. ....:,' . 45 Cox; J:-B .. .,. .." .. 21 CrameriE. .... ... , 22 CrooksJ. B. ., .. ...70 Davey, Noah ..... .. 62 Davies, I.....; ... .. .. . .. Deane, :Dr- EW. . ..... .; 23 Douglass- and Son (F. Fisher) .. 17 Edwsrds? and':ii. :. : ... 11 Fire Brigade ;.. . 8. Garde, Dr'G. £. ... : " $: .. . ... . .._.. -.;."i'. ... Harris,1. ... Herring, B. S. ** * . Howlett and Blacki ..:: 41. Hubble Bros. Jolley, B. F G 38 Kennedy, J. P Laird, R. H 32 Lean, 3no3 LewtasJs . London Ban 8 .. 69 Lucas& Co... ,::.: . . 5 4 Maryborough ash Grocery . .52 Maryborou...
TRADE RETURNS. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914
LO\TDS, -SDNESDAY,-. Bri-tish r:ade returns for the moaanthf Dece:umber, IS, show the iollQWid ?ng Lr : compared with the statisic ? r the corresponding otn i9 :-TI'. rts, decreased1 ,450,5 ½ut5, increased,: £1,S6S!S` ; ~ -S.-?torts increased1:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914
READ THIS NOW. THEN --------- FOLLOW THE CROWD TO-------- - LUCAS & CO'S. BIG CARNIVAL 'NOW iN FULL SWINM-. OLT Xmuas buying is about done. We've ue¾n at it for weeks, gathering togethei into every section of the store just the things needful for the festive hoiid'ay season. Our stocks are full, It wiuid take too long to te:l the etorv ot every purchase, but some big bargains have been secured, and you will certainly save both time and money by making yoar purchases here, The Epecial Values In LADIZ; BLOUSES. Ladies' Whito Mu~in Blouse-, in a big variety cf s ?lee, h1g h-ecked or low necked, ma gy?: r r odice cut, all made of fine lain or orsuan'li inusiln and Swiss muslin trimings. At 2s lid, 3s lld, and 4is 6d tach. Ladies' \thite Yoile Blouses, all smart desiues, some plain shirt pattern; otuerE cut with -." n:¢?k and tr:nume~d tuckings and eding, _ ther S richiv embroidered. At 5s 6d, t 6; , and - 11id each. Ladies' White Lawn Biouses, with colored embroidered neck and y...