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MAN'S BEST FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

MAN'S BEST FRIEND. So many p~aple tell of the faithful nods shown by the dog and the hor?e that we have oome to call them man's best friends. The term friendship as we commonly undersltand it, means all round all the time helpfulness. A friend is one we can not well do without. If you are a successful farmer and keep thoroughbred cows you are proudl of them. You sell them for a big price. Did you ever stop to think what the oow is good for besides this? Without her, where would the house wife bo? Where would the cook in your home look for a product' to take tho place of milk? Milk in its varni ous forms is the very foundation of her operations. Milk, cream, butter, cheese, puddings, pie.s, cake, bread, and so on through the list. Your cow gives the millk to fill the mother's breast to feed the little in fant nestling in her arms, that may b'e come a grat man in the world. If, perchanoe, that mother is taken from the home, the milk from the cow is depended on to bring up the suckling...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRAINING OF CADETS. (TO THE EDITOR "M. & D. ADVERTISER.") [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

TRAINING OF CADETS. (To THE EDITOR ' M. & D. ADVERTISER.") Sin,-In the columns of your con. temporary, under date February 26th, something in the nature of an ouslaughtl is made upon tihe drill arraugements within the traiuiug area of which Mary borough is a part, and it is to be re gretted that the person who is respon sible.for the article referred to didn't make .a few inquiries before he sprang, Like most of theso attacks on theo general adminiotration of the universal training scheme, the article does not contain one solid argument. In the first place, area officers long ago re ceived instructions to tne effect that on occasions when the thlermomeiter rose above a certain number of degrees parades could be dismissed, and they have exercised the power whenever it was warranted. &econdJy, the Act obliges a senior cadet to do G6 hours only per annum-leoss than an hour and a quarter per week. If the trainee, by misbehaviour, incurs the penalty of extra drill it is h...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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MAJORCA COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

MAJORCA COUNCIL. The monthly meeting of thel Majorca Borough Council was held on Monday aight last. Present-The Mayor (Cr. A. J. Knight), and Cre. Holmes, Gibbs, Driver, Scarffe, Mason, Duncombe, A. Knight, and Stavely. RESIGNATION OF TOWN CLERK. Mr A. J. Stephens tendered his resignation as Town Clerk, in conse quence of having been appointed secre tary to the shire of Walpeup. He sin cerely thanked the council for the kind ness and consideration shown to him at all times during the ten years he had held the position of Town Clerk. The Mayor moved that the resigna tion be accepted with regret. l'his was seconded by Cr. Duucombe and carried. Cr. Holmes moved that a record of the council's appreciation of the faith ful service rendered by Mr Stephens be placed on the minutes. Cr. Scarffe secouded the motion, which was supported by all the coun cillors, who spoke in terms of eulogy of the good and laithful work so efficiently performed by Mr Stephens during his long term of office. Co...

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COMMERCIAL. WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

JjOMMERCIAL. WHBOLESALE PRODDCE MARKETS. MELBOORNE, Tuesday. Wheat.-The market is steadyv and in active, the tendency being towards quiet nesas. Offerings on the town market are iufficiently restricted to keep the market a narrow one, while the congestion at the Williametown piers has caused some special inquiry for wheat in a handy position for river loading. Quotations range from 3/10, to 3/10', according to position, the latter price being difficult to obtain. Country lots are quoted at from full Melbourne parity down to 3S% net. Parcels for April-June delivery are quoted at 3/11to 3/11. Flour.-The association price for flour has been raised 51 to £9 ,elivered. Bran and Pollard.-The association has increased the price of both articles 5/, so that bran and pollard are now quoted at £5/51 delivered. Barley.-Values are firm, especially for prime Cape malting, which is searce. Adelaide sellers are asking prices cun siderably-above what buyers here could afford to pay. Prime EngliEh m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

ING AM'S TO ATO SAUCE ..ani n e insP's Sauce there 's nothing wasted, Ingram'ms mest;lhe plainent food too good leave JAS. i4INIPIE . 1ARYBOR -OUGH FLOUR MILLS. 'PHONE 47. A. LAND, Manager. FLOUR, MEAL, BRAN, POLLARD and WHEAT,, AT OCURRENT RATES.? Notice to District Consumers. -; ·,Q:-nBranand Pollard is Branded distinctly with our name (MINIFIE.) Ask :-?:-kfor that Brand only and SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY.I DISTRICT FARMERS PLEASE NOTE WHEAT IN ANY QUANTITIES, BOUGHT UP TO 10,000 BAGS. AND OATS i :HIGUHEST MAIBRKET PRICE. CASE ONl DEL~fiVRYri. :For Wheat Delivered to the Mill Ad. per bus. above Melbourne equivalent given, ARTIFICIAL MiANURES. CUMING SMITH'S MANURES . -: . ....I hf E HAVE THE :LA.RGEST SALE IN AUSTRALIA. - . FARMERS-Send Your Orders at Once to HI. E. WILLIAMS, SOLE DISTR??CT AGENT, HIGH-STREET, MARYBOROUGH. _ : .:: )...., ,s se~--s-b BENDIGO LADY'8 SURPRISING RiCOVERY. ".Nine years ago I was a great suf orr-.frnm RhInlmati7.fm. being laid up for three weeks," writes M...

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AMERICAN AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

AM~ERICAN AGRICULTURE. An American expert says of Agri culture in the United States:-"Thlere is good authority for the assertion that the farmer could tabke from the same area of ground in four years gramin crops as much as seven years now give him. leaving the produots of the other three years when the land rested from grain, as a clear profit due to better methods. He can do far more than tlhat by joining live-stock raising with grain raising. Nature has provided cattle to go with the land. . . What our people have to do is to cover les; ground, cultivate smaller farms so as to make the most of them, instead of getting a scant and uncertain yield fromn several hundred acres." "Can you bring me a oouple of good sized pieces of this steak?" asked the man in the restaurant. "Are not the small pieces just as good ?" observed the waitress. "They are certainly quite as good to eat," responded the guest. "Well. don't you want them to eat?" asked the servant, in amazement. "No; I want to ...

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THE OPEN-AIR BREAKFAST. WHY NOT USE THE GARDEN? [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

THE OPEN-AIR BRWEAKFASlT. WHY NOT USE THE GARDENF Most people who have travelled abroad treasure a recollection of meals enjoyed out of doors. The dinner on n shady terrace, the refreshment and the band in a garden, the cup of ooffee on the boulevard linger pleasantly in their memory as a complete change from home habits. The English climate is usually belier ed, (remarks a London paper) to be the chief obstacle that stands in the way of any general adoption of the Conti nental open-air meal, though the true reason is more likely to be found in a British disinclination for new paths. There are, of course, some whose al fresco meal, to be attraotive, must b: taken in public, with a certain amount of ceremony, and possibly at consider able expense But for every one of these there are at least a hundred who can appreciate the charms of privacy and simplicity. For these last, pro vided they possess a garden, the ques tion presents no difficulty. Even th e small garden that most suburban...

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DISTRICT NEWS. RATHSCAR. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. RATHSCAR. The annual harv st festival in con. nect,,n with the Nlethh,dist Church was celebrated on Sunday last and proved to be a very successful function. There were splendid cougr'gations at each service, the gathering being representa. tire of the Maryborough and A'oca dis tricts. The church was nicely though not profusely decorated by several willing lady workers, assisted by Mr J. More. There was a good and choice collection of the fruits and vegetables in season; also sheaves of hay, greenery, flowers, etc., and the old motto, "Harvest," placed in a con. spicuous place at the back of the choir stalls. On the whole the decorations reflectod credit on those whose efforts, as usual, were a labor of love. The afternoon service was conducted by R?ev. B. RI. Toi, special conference sapply. The rev. gentleman has a bright and genial disposition, with a gift of eloquence, and his discourse, based on the words, " Thou crownest the year with thy goodness" (Psalm G65: 11)...

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AUCTION NOTICES. MR. J. P. KENNEDY'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

AUC'TION NOTICES. MR. J. P. KENNEDY'S SALES. MiONDAY NrT, 2 p.au., oa the premi~ses, Raglan-street, on account of Mr H. C. Bontloy.--Well-kept fiurniture and effecte.

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THE FRUIT CROP. EFFECT OF DRY WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

THE FRUIT CROP. EFFECT OF DPY WEATHER. The fruit crop in this district has suffered considerably owing to the long continued dry weather. Tons of apricots, too small to be worth harvest oing, dropped to the ground or were left hanging on the trees. Peaches which should have been two inches in diameter, were simply skin and stone. The greatest loss, however, is in the apple crop. Many growers had sold for forward delivery or booked space for shipment to Europe. The apples are nearly all below the required stan dard, 2b inches in diame~ter, and wbero thousands of ceses should be harvested hundreds only will bo obtained. One or two far-seeing growers installed irrigation plants, and the quality and quantity of their fruit pay handsomely for the labor and capital expended. The lesson taught by this partial failure is that it prays to insure the crop by having a water supply which may be available in periods such as we are just passing through. Water may be made available by gully dams o...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

MIRABEAU is said to have observed that men, like rabbits, are most easily caught hold of by the ears. And there has seldom been an age in which the underlying truth of this cynicism was more curiously exemplified. Public life is ruled by phrases, mostly false; and, as a keen 'critic notes, the method of counting heads-without any rela tion whatever to their contpnts--has become the supreme law of the political organism. As the de mocracy works out, under universal suffrage, and without any restriction for lack of intelligence, or corres ponding personal stake in the government of the country, there is the steady drift to mob rule---a re vival of despotism with the mass of the people controlled by an oligarchy of officials. No one who notes and studies the operation of democracy will suppose that, in its present form, it will continue. The "falsely "called democracy " is not wholly false. As the people increase in knowledge and widen their mental outlook, just as education becomes mo...

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PLUM DUFF. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

PLUM DUFF. PLain, but very good, and requires no eggs. Required: Halsf a pound of flour, four ounoes of chopped suet, four oun ces of stoned raisins, three ounoes of Demrerr·a sugar, quarter of a teaspoon ful of pudding spice, quarter of a tea spoonful of carbonAte of soda, and half that amount of oream of tartar, milk to mis. Sieve together the flour, spice, soda, and cream of tartar. Add the sugar, suet, and raisins. Mix with t·he milk to a rather soft dough, press it into a greased pudding basin. Tie a pudding cloth securely over the top, and boil it for three hours.

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SOCIAL AND SALE OF GIFTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

SOCIAL AND SALE OF GIFI'S. On Mlonday night a social and bruce auction sale of the barvest gifts took place. Mr J Mann, home missionary, presided. There was a good attendance. The following impromptu programme wasn presented:-Chairman's address song, " Killaroey and you," Mr J More; violin solo, "' Ye banks and brace." Mr L. J. Rowlands; recitation, " W'ilie's tea party," Viola Wange man; duet, " Aberystwth" (with a Welsh translation of wor!s of " Jesu, lover of my soul,") Messrs G Roberts and D. Davis (for an encore number Mlr Roberts contributed a solo in Welsh) ; recitation, " The two dolls," M?iss Jessie Douglass; duet, " Larboard watch," M.-ssrs G. Roberts and J. More; recita ion, " I'he obstructive bar," Miss Marshall; song, " Mar guerite," MTiss O Rowland; recitation, " Jacob's lament," Mr W. Wangemann; recitation, ' Nothing to wear," Mr C l)a Fonte; song, "Sailing," Mr J More; recitation, " How he saved St. Miehbael's," Mr J. Mann; violin solo, " Peace like a river," Mr L. J...

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CARISBROOK TELEPHONE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

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MARYBOROUGH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

MARYBOXOUGI TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS Name. No. "Advertiser" Office ... ... 11 Albion Hotel . .. ..: ....29 Bank :of Victoria .. ... ... 53 Bennell, C. B. (seniorlineman)... 63 Brewery (and private residence) 12 BrownbillG.M. ... . ... 49 Burge, H. ... ... .. ... 50 Bull and Mouth hotel ... ... 2 VCleary, J N.... .. ... .. 8; 0 Colman and Lardner * 'j.. 39 Commercial Hotel ... .. ... 67 Court House.. ... .... 45 Cox, J.B. ... .. ... .. 21 Crameri; E. ... ... . . .. 22 Crooks, J B. ... ... ... 70 Davey, Noah.. ... .. .. 62 Davies, I. .. ... .. .. 67 Deane, Dr.E.. ... ... . . 23 Douglass and Son (F. Fisher) ... 17 Edwards and Co. .. .. ... 11 Fire Brigade... .... ... - ... 31 Flour Mill and Mr Land's pri vate residence ..,. ... 47 SGarde, Dr G. E ... ... ... 26 Gase Company ... ... .. 61 Green W. .. ... . ..73 Grigg, H., and Co. . .. ... 37 Guthrie Broa. . ... 75 Harris,. ..... ;..........^ . 6 HerringiE. S.... ..: ....41 Howlett and Black..:. , .: 7: . ,!H o s p i t a l...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

IN MEMORIAM. MOScHE?T?r.-In loving memory of my dear son, Peter, who died on the 3rd March, 1906; also my dear husband, who died on December 7, 1903. P'eaeefully ileeping, resting at lanst, Earth's weary pain and suffering are p.ast; Jesus lhas taken them home to his broast, Sleeping so peacefully, ever at rest. -Inserted by his loving mother and wife, brothers and sisters. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1914.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

Business Notices. SHOW DAY [ AT WLUCAS'S, THURSDAYS MARCH 5th. 1 VERY woman is interestad more or : .i less i:...-- the Fashion," and every woman who can make it convenient is invited to inspect the INEW MODES .ever before have we.:: shown such a Huge Collection of NEW GOODS. THE LATEST NOVELTIES5 Gathered from every quarter. Come along and see just. the right thing, The thing you were looking for, Ad at the price you will willingly pay. OF SPECIŽLL INTEREST rMas. MORAN (late of Lygon-street, Caton), has taken over our DRESS ?,: MAKING ROOMS, and will be prepared to make appointments with ladies from March 4th. IWe can Save you Money on your WINTER COSTUME. One ol the Finest Selections5 of NEW D S GOODS. . Outside the metropoli, and at LOWER PRICES THAN THEIRS. They Come to us Direct from the Makers. 4*EO. IJCAS & CO., P ON: :I ?U+-`, NEW ?iODES +:L; - ,;+··· :. d:':~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~n - ahee rmev urer. ?( ··. " ,-Co e alon and?e jut . the rg?tig 4~i: - _.: - .:,: •:-...-· T,: ++:...

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HIS WIFE'S CHOICE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

HIS WIFE'S CHOICE. With an apologetic air the worried man who had been gazing in the decor ator's windows finally entered and asked to see samples of wall papers. "About what price?" asked the clerk. "Eighteenpenoe a roll," eaid iho man. "My wife won't pay, any more." "Well," said the assistant, taking down a roll, "here is something in light colours that-" "Oh, no, that won't do. My wife says the children get light-coloured pa per soiled too quickly."' "Hero is something in a darker shade with- " "That won't do at all. My wife wouldn't like that because it makes tho room too dark." "Here is a design in a mediutm tone---" "I'm afraid not," said the man cervously. "That has a small pattern, and my wfie says small patterns are aL ways monotonous." "Then how about this?" said the assistant wearily, with the big roses in it and the---" "I'm sure that wouldn't suit my wife," was the answer. "She thinks the room is too small for largi pat, ~terns." "We have a very pretty pattern done in a...

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FARM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

FARM NOTES, The better our farming methods; the less we arce dependent upon weather conditions. The draught horse judge usually looks for size and substance, and these are not at the expense of quality. A day's work for the gelding is often a day and a half for the mare suckling a foal. She should not be overheated or fatigued. The farm separator should not be neglected. It takes work to keep it clean, but for the sake of the product it must be kept clean. The farmer who goes out of his way a few steps to pet or fondle his stock never has to step out of his way to stop any of them from striking, kick ing, or biting him. MalU- farmers could well afford to sell the high priced geldings and fill their places with big, sound brood mares. These mares will do the work and raise colts as well. Professor Kirchner estimates that feeding value of skimn milk according to the most usual methods, and comes to the conclusion that. art least l1d per gallon must be set down as its value. In spite o...

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ALLEGED LARCENY. MELBOURNE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914

ALLEGED LARCEN-Y. MELBOURNE, TUESDAY. James D Seymour was charged on remand at the city court to-day with the larceny of L angi Logan mining scrip at Broken Hill on November 16th Constable Hodden, of 3roken Bill, produced the original warrant, and applied for a remand to Broken Hill for Tuesday. The application wai granted.

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