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CLOVER ROTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914
CLOVER ROTATION. The principle of olover rotation in keeping up the fertilitv of the farm finds a. strong confirmation in one of the experiments of the Mlinnesota Station. A ten-year average showed that if one fifth of the farm is devoted' to clover in a suitable rotation and the manure is applied at the land, the remaining four fifths will produce more grain than would the entire farm without the clo ver rotation. In a sort of vague thooretioal mann ner, farmers have believed this doctrine for many years. But with a ~cry largo proportion of farme's it is still something to be taken up or thrfwn down just as it happens. But few farmers adhere rigidly to a three cr four-year rotation with clover. And in all the older farming sectiois w-hec' the soil lhais groyn acid, conditi ms lm:vie been worse than ever, for so few far mers w-ill spend any money in e pur chase of lime to sweeten the soil so that they may grow clover. They alo very hard to convince of the real wo.sv' value to them o...
WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914
WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. To.day's match in the Wednesdav competition is between the United ard Methodist teams, who wil! be repre sented from the following:- United.-Branton, Burge (2), Gros. man, Douglas, Gartrell, Boase, Stirling, Twist, Mitchell, Walker. Methodists.-Colman (2) Gould, Hart, Keast, Maunder, Powell, P: rdie, Rowe, Symonds, Waugbh, Withell, Watts, Walker, Youlden.
CRICKET. AFRICA'S UPHILL FIGHT. PORT ELIZABETH, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914
CRICKET. AFRICA'S UPHILL FIGHT, PORT ELIZABETH, MosnDr. The fifth test match was con tinued at Port Elizabeth to-day. England's first innings terminated at 411, leaving them 218 rune ahead. The South Africans made a much better show at their ·econd attempt, thanks to fine batting by their cap tain-H. Taylor-and W. Zulch. These two opened the innings, and were not separated until the cen tury had been passed. Taylor made 87 and Zulch 60. The wickets of D. Taylor, Nourse, and R. Hands fell cheaply, but P. Hands, who made top score with 87 in the first innings, remains not out with 44 to his credit. Scores : ENGLAND. First Inninge ........ 411 SOUTH AFRICA. First Innings .. ... ... 193 Second Innings. H. Taylor, c Rhodes, b Bird ... S7 W. Zulch, c Rhodes, b Booth ... 60 D. Taylor, b Bird.......... i Nourse, c Relf, b Bird ..... 0 P. Hands, not out ... .. .. 44 R. Hands, st. Strudwick, b Doug" las.. .......... Suondries ... .......... 5 - Five wickets for ...... 204
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914
NOAH DAVEY, STOoCK .AND SHAREBROKER, MINING AGENT, HIGH-STREET, MARYBOROUGH 'PHONE 62. OF INTEfEST TO LADIES. Ladies kindly noe-Mrs D. M. CLIF FOID), Superintendent of the " Natura" Health Co. Mielbourne, wiil next be visiting 5zMARYBOROUGH on THURS DAY, 5rb MIARCII, when she may be ret: at theo Bull and Mouth Hotel from 9 a.m. (inetead of 10.45) to 5 p.m. Ladies whose health is causing 'l'n: anXietv are advised to con an M.r ; (" liffor, and learn from her .: ..... i .!th uni'y b, re~tored to them i.v m:e:a.-s o the wouderful " Natura" iniume reatmlent that hasb cured so many thousands of women and girls. No charge is made for the consultation and advice, and no obligation whatever is in curred by a visit. MIrs Clifford will carry a full supply of all medicinee. A very valuable Health Guide, written by Mrs Clifford herself for women and airls, will be posted free on receipt of 2d to cover pstace. addrees--Dpt. Q 1; "Natura" Et~alka 00J, 49 Enslkstetb49P, Moelb9tirnhe. RICKED HIS BA...
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 4 March 1914
MINI?NG NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. Mr Noah Davey, stock and sharebroker, High-street, Maryborough, reports the following closing quotations at the last meetings of the Meibuurne and Ballarat stock exchanges yesterday afternoon: INVESTM ENTS. Amalg. Zinc-b 28/, a 28s1l. eales 28/3 ARARAT DISTRICT. Cathcart-b 216, a 31 Cathcart (paid)- b 2/6, a 3/ Cathcart Central-b 2716, a 28/ Cathcart Victory-s 118 Central Langi-b 2/8, a 3/3 Great Langi-b 2/11, a 3/2 Langi N.-b 4/9, a 5/ Langi N. (paid)--s 91 Langi S.-b 13/, a 13/6 New Langi-b 301, a 30/1k, sales 30/3, 30/J1 Upper Langi-b 9d, a 1/ Upper Langi (paid)-b 2/7 BEAUFORT DISTRICT. Hope-b 816, 11sill Hope Ext.-b 3/2 Hope Ext. W.--6 6d, a 1/0O Hope Ext. W. (paid)-b 9d, a 1/3 Hope N.-b 11/9, sa12/6 Hope 8.-b 2/2, a 2/9 BALLARAT DISTRIOT. Llanberris No. 1-b 8/4%, a 8/9 N. Woah Hawp-b 3/3, a 3/10 Vic. United-b 2/, s 31 BERRINGA AND SCARSDALE. Birthday Tunnel -b 1/, a 1/10 Golden Refe--b 211, a 2/3 New Jubilee-b 1/8 Scarsdale-b 312, a 3/4, sales 3/4...
APPEAL FOR ULSTER. LARGE NUMBERS SIGN. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 6 March 1914
P P?I- L FOR ULSTER. L'~IRGE NUMDBERS SIGN. LOTNDON, W>,EDNESDAY. The numcber of signatories to the appea! nrgiin the people of England, on behalf of Ulster, to decline to accept a lra radically altering the constiution until the sanction of the people h:: been obtained, is in creasing la'zrgelF e;-ery day. a[mon? tis-e who signed the ap peal -are Field-farahal Lord Roberts, Lord Aldenham, Lord Halifax, .Lord' Lovr, Lord "Milner, the Duke of Portland, Sir George Chubb, Mr RudvyaCrd Kipling, Professor Dicey; Dean Wace, and Sir Edward Elgar.]
INDIGESTION IN PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 6 March 1914
INDIGESTION IN PIGS. Mapy of the ailments among pigs, especially those that are being forced in their feeding, are brought about in the first place by indigestion, often the result of too much grain or corn meal in the diet, rendering it too heating and heavy. ' When off their food, pigs oome to a standstill as regards the process of fattening, because what little they eat does them no good. The food that fulfills the end desired is that which is properly and thoroughly assimilated, and nothing else counts. When a falling off in the appetite is noticed steps should be taken at once to set matters right. Of course, the best plan is to try and prevent this sickness of the system occurring, but this cannot always be managed. Care fulness ancd attention will, however, do much in warding it off. Pigs half way on in the fattening stage or a little later are mostly the sufferers. Porkers, too, when they are very young, and are being pushed on, are similarly affected. The fat pig that is in...
REUTER'S CABLES. SENSATIONAL ACTION. SUIT AGAINST BARONESS. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 6 March 1914
SENSAT f L ACTION. SUIT AGAINST BA RONESS. LONDON, VED>:neDAA. A remarkable action was Mbfore the law courts to-day. Hugh Dal rymple, an en-convict, sued Baroness von Goetz, a wealthy philanthropist, for the return of mnney', which plaintiff claimed to hav loaned to defendant. The Baroness ?ome time ago organised a fart for discharged prisoners, and in thi, way came to meet Dalrymple. Plaintifi to-day produced scores of letters alleged to have been written by the Baroness to himrelf and con taining endearmeont. Dairymple wat subicted to a sensaticnal cross examination, during which counsel for defenddant proved that Dalrymple had been convicted in 1006 of frauds on women, in order to explain certain disc' ep,'ncies in the letters already referred 'to Dalrymple al leged that his twin brother was re ,ponsibie for the freuds. At this juncture co?:Nse for plaintiff threw up his briet and a verdict for de-. fendant foiiow·id. The judge im ponnded 100 ,fi the letters, remark ing that t...
LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 6 March 1914
LADIES' COLUMN. (By "Ambrosine.") To describe the modish figure first and foremost we start with a desire to .extend the width of the figure a third down from the normal waist. The peg top outline gives you, as it were, a frame. What may be added is pretty divrtse. We have the Tango as a kind of opening note for the first appearance of autumn. Imagine a gown in pretty blue charmeuse, and also imagine, a little more difficult, a skirt with a looped up train. What puzzles me is how to describe, by the mere pen-note, the bodice and tunic. But omit the tunic in order to picture a bodice. "V" decolletage, with a modi fied bertha of tulle. You will break this at the Raglan shoulder seam by carrying the charmeuse to the neck, and where this and the tulle meet, there will be a bow. Thus we got so far as to see a bow either side of the neck, with tulle from each, gathering to a point just below the bust. I'll get rid of the sleeve in a line-it con tinues from the shoulder, takes the contour ...
MARYBOROUGH RACES. AUTUMN MEETING. DREX WINS CHIEF EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 6 March 1914
MARYBOROUGH RACES. AUTUMN MEETING. DREX WINS CHIEF EVENT. When the Maryborough Race Club got moving last year it was allotted dates for two meetings, one in November and the other in March. The inaugural meeting was held on November 19th, and passed off in a manner that pro. miasdd'bg things for the club's future. Later:- there -was, -however, some dif ference of opinion as to whether the second meeting should be held, it being thought that the hares of the Coursing Club on -the plumpton at the Caris breok racecourse would be adversely affected. This point was waived nub. se?quently, and the meeting gone on with, but there were factors that mili. tated against the best result being achieved. Nevertheless, it was a suc cessful gathering, and the club will come out well on the right side. -Tbe weather on Wednesday was all that could be desired, quite equ'l to the delightful conditions the club was fortunate enough to experience for the opening meeting. As a result, a good number of sp...
THOSE WHO STAY AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 6 March 1914
"THOSE WHO STAY AT HO E,. There are some in this world who are compelled to tarry at home. The great race of life goes on, and they, are left behind; they are too weak to run... They have nothing to do with the toil of the brain; their work is all with the heart. But what a work that is l The toils of the hand and brain are nothing to it; these yield a solace to their en ergy, but the sad heart has only to bear. It is harder to bear than to do. I may be rudely jostled in the race, but the race itself gives an excitement that makes me-forget my pain. I am there, at least, in the company of my fellow men. But to tarry, at home, to wait passive under bhp dhe+rlw uf God, ou have nothing to do but the burden of one great cross; this is the trial of life. -this is the trial of love. ed nine times out of ten. Generally bad temper means mistaken feeding. bad management, or disease. Occasion ally a child who mopes, ci' who has unexplained fit.s of crying, has an un equal balance, and should ...