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WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

WHOLEBALE PRODUCE MARlKer1 . MELBOURNE, at.trd2ay. Wheat.-Transacti.-ns have been of small volume, as, while the supply ,ffier iane-i small, sligr.tlv lower prices req uire to be accepted ro effect bn-ines- B iere have been prepared i) ply 31l10 t? In sie,.but at the cn e thei'r limni - 3:r Whea -x store i- q1 te l 110 x . pnr.hases to c,, n f ,r, ." ., . made on the bsrs of 3!? 11 ' Farmers lots are qi t.e I at" ,-.v s t 5 net. Private cables quote th te L ?· 1 market as quiet at unchanged rate-. Flour.-The association price for lo 'al sonsusnption is £9 delivered Bran and Pollard.-The association price for both articles is £5/5! delivered. Barley.-There is a fair inquiry for both English and Cape maltin birley for shipment to other States, ?nmd a fair business has been transacted in the latter variety. Prime English malting is scarce at3/5 to 3/6, good beinu worth 3/2 to 3/4. English pearling is worth 2/3 to 2/5, while about 300 bage of thin feed have changed hands at 2/2. Good Ca...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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CARISBROOK STOCK MARKET. THURSDAY, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

CARISBROQK STOCK MAhRKET. TaHURDAY, March 5. Mr Ohas. Bucknall reports:-In to day's market all best cattle showed an average a'dvance of 101 per head. Sheep and lambs showed little, if an y, variation either way. Cattle.-68 head, nearly the whole yarding being nice quality beef The best 22 bullocks, including 17 from Elm hurst, averaging £10/8/6. Prime handy weight bullocks, £1 0/17/6 to £12/7/6; good ditto, £91101 to £10/101; a few light, and useful, £6 to £8; cows and light heifers, £4 to £611216 according to weight and quality. Sheep.-409 sold, including 93 2-tooth crossbred ewes in lamb at 1S/; beet cross bred wethers, medium weights, 17/ to 18/; ewes, 151 to 17/2; merino wethers, 16/; merino ewes, 11/ to 15/, 101 of the latter from Rodlborough Vale averaging 13/5 Lambs.--294; extra quality pens at 17/ and 17/9; prime, 14/6 to 1518; useful and good, 1213: to 14/. Horses.-The demand is limited and only one changed hands, a 3-year-old draught gelding at £23.

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THE TRAVELLING CUSHION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

THE TRAVELLING CUSHI€ON. A travelling cushion should form part of the luggage of everyone de siring comfort during a railway oc?r ney, and a cushion that can also be used to carry various odds and ends should prove invaluable, A dark cloth covering should be made for an ordinary down cushion. On one side of this covering two pea kets can be placed. The lower pocket, which should be cut in the material itself, should go right across the cushion, about half way down, and should extend itself to the bottom edge; this pocket will be found most useful for holding news papers and magazines. The other pocket, to be made with a flap, should be stitched on about the centre of the upper portion of the same side. For ease in carrying it is advisable to add a small cloth handle at the top of the cushion. These cushions are particularly fascinating carried out in soft suede or leather, with out fringed trimmings.

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REUTER'S CABLES. KAISER AND ENTENTE. THREAT-BARBED AMIABILITY. PARIS, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

KAISER{ AND ENT LTE. THREAT-EAR BED ?:i BILITY. P,- S FRIDAY. ;1, Clemenceau iormerly Prime iniuter of France, made sAome in teresfing remark- to-day on the European ituLtion. Commenting on tho nttacks by Germa? n new~paperp on PRuia, M. Cleme1nc·u d.eclred that the Triple Entente (Great Britain, France, and Russia) will not be broken up, "de ite- the amiability barbed with threats with which the Kaiser amuses him eif in pricking us." The power of Germany, -.dd the ex-Premier, is heir in check by the equivalent foroe of the E?nt:e, which stops her on1 the thre*hold of her formidable i 'niert p ki n ~.

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DISTRICT NEWS. CRAIGIE. SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

DISTRICT NEWS, CRAIGIE. SCHOOL COM-MITTEE. A meeting of pasrent of children at tending the State achool, Craigie, was held on Friday evening for the purpose of appointing a school committee. The following gentlemen were selected:- Messrs A. J. .aon, J. Duccombe, W. Quick, R. Hooper, S. Green-!y, J. Christie, R. Stone. A me'..ting ,f the new committee will be held in the schoolroom on TbcurEd1y evening next.

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TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. LECTURE BY INSPECTOR LOWRY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

TEACHERS - ASS OCIT O i`'": LECTURE BY ISSPECTOR LO' RY. The NMaryboroui h District Teach-rs Association had a: interesiner g mietiL, at the West school on Saturday m.u'rn ing. The President, ir Hi. H. Twist was in the chair, and there was a s e. attendance. Considerable intere-t centred rlani an address on the stud- of English to be given by 3Mr J. C. Lowry, B.A., dis trict inspector of schoo3s, and this a, added to by the fact that the associa tion proposes to submit to the Teachers? State Conference at Easter a resolu tion urgiuc that something on the itn, of the old Roval reader be re-instituted into the elementary schools. The, maintain that a seti book like thi.l enables the scholar to get a better grip of the English lessons than is obtain able from the more frag mentary school papers, It is suggeste i that the iatter should be made supplementary to the set reader. Mr Lowry held his auditors closely interested in his remarks on English as a subject for the school programme. T...

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MAJORCA. SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

MAJOR CA SCHOOL COMiMITTIE, A repreeentatire treting of a-roet (about 20i) was held M t the M?v: .: Sate school on Tueody n t for th purpose of electing a co:mmitPe for the ensuing three years. M s J. Scae ,sa voted to the ch?i, on t:ie ,r otio of M!ecras 3. Hlolmes ind \V. H. 5:a:.-, VM r Strange, the head teach _:, tok the minute_ of the meeting. Before business was commenced, Ar Cottri gaEve an outline of the work the r ig commtitee had done, d moved a hearty vote of thanha to ther correa pondent Mr f±. J. Stephens (who ,'a not standing for: rTeection) for the manner in which he hAd discharged his duties anedihed him e; ery su cces i his new po ition. This was seconie. by Mr St-aFey, and supported b7 those present. Ir Stephens suitably re sponded. The persona elected on the committee wer:--e re J. t,.me., W. H. Stavel, T. !ctr, ?r e, J. Brent, T. Angu, and Jos. Me ?he.

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THE CULTIVATION OF OATS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

Oads are culti atedc - - C'', j is expc:ed ,st, drring the c.:: spring, a still me- -or -:.. esive are:- . be de,-o-ed tc the croo if .he ,,-,ther insfavorabiJ during -he rear':on :. the land, should be entrusted to the soil at a early date. If the sro-er shouid n_.:e been fortunst-~ in this reset. ad :'5 selec-eda variety suitable to : c calic; if he has a!so cultirai :he land well an i tAken car." tha p!ants have a sufciency ,f s,:-: .h nourishment at ,he.i discsl, he , a tihen antir:pat ;with soL c-niIence that he will h 1rvest a sifa:,:or: crop .. A secien, of suitable Cur,:-h En--. That is most inmpo?n:'t. ; can ,: be best supplie s It must be remember:s-:.i th?.? the srop "'-·r " :1t " o n•. -.. is otnav aboup fie rmonths in the g"ound, In :.u . fore the fertil ers shou d be ý.in d in a rquicki -acting foi: ot'her-'-e 0he cron rill nom be able to utiise ta-l·. if the crop be ½ '-own after roos fbd on the land, or any other heAly ::n ured crop_, it should require e a cation of ...

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BEALIBA MINING. BEALIBA ALLUVIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

BEALIBA M:1INING, B ALIB ALLUVIAL. Having comipleted the s ries of bores east and west fr. ~ the shaft, which has pored tie wid;h of the lead at this point to be 390f., a further series is nov being put dowa acruss the lead 700ft. south of shaft. Gold-bearing wash was -truck at 71ft on the western slope, and three further bores have been put d ithoutdn iou as yet having struGk the e~strru slope, the deepest being 9ifr. sith fit. of wash, carrying gold through out, the wash here being Sfc. deeper than an thicg tou he.l at the shaft. The total width of gu-ter proved ,nith zold bearing wash at the south is now lootf. Firiher b:ring wilI probabli dis.-l: ue a nun reniter -vidth

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

IN MEMORIAM. M'LAY.-In fond remembrance of my dear wife and our mother, who died at Moolort on the 8th March, 1913. --Infsrted by her i?vine husband, R. (. M'l.ay, and children, Harold Robert and Janet Grace MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1914.

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PUZZLE FLAT [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

p ZZL-' FIAT ~,; e;' I t: isst ha. bet-n ei :e .de i ~. 4Ij.~ I arringewents~ are

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

Business Notices., SHOW DAY AT LU CAS'S, - TO-DAY. -rVERY woman is interested more or Sless in the Fashions, and every woman who can make it convenient is vnited to inspect the NEW MODES .}:~:: Z .)i ":~i~i~ ON SHOW HERE. Ir::; ~ . . ..- .. ' : . ·--;` :-" i . . . sever Lefore have we shown such a ' Huge Collection of iNEW GOODS. TIE LATEST NOVELTIES, Gathered from every quarter. Come along and see just the right things The thing you were looking for, And at the price you will willingly pay. OF SPECIAL INTEiEST' --; ·--.. i Mis. MORAN (late of Lycon-Etreet, Carlton), has taken over our DRESS MAKING ROOMS, and will bh prepared to make appointments with ladies from March 4th. We can Save you Money on your . : : : :" WINTER COSTUME. , o . - o., *PHOIW 64 ~~~~~~:I .. O e · heFies Stetin ?f·. c'-4 " Oueid ~n~the metroion=, and at the compe t ?diet f ro h ?ae j: ::-: -· . .· .. tee foI ~r~qat :.-.on - o .e . or ,. i h t i ; s,?-%"-'. tbin po nere lo?n -? f<!1g??7-,-?F.- ,:':? '...

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

S MANAE tTL S REPORTS. Beaufort Deep Leads --North drive from No. 1 east rie extended o37t. in wash of pa. ble character; total, 264fr. Mlain east drive eaten ie,! 40Ut.; total, 1117 t. C.ithcart, Ararar -No 3 ehaft: North end-No. 6 rise-Top deck--No. 3 west temporarily stanking, opened No. 3 east off north drive and driven 2Sit. in pro itable wash. South end-No. 7 rise South off west off south drive st"pped in hard wash no value; opened No. 2 south and driven 20ft. in similar wash. Truck roaditg and panelling on Nos. 5 and 6 rises; all payable wash on No. 3 rise taken out. Yieid, 356 oz 17 dwt. Duke Extended, Bet Bet.-North-east level extended to 5Oft. past C rise; north east and south-east drives in C rice. stopped to drain in payable ground; opening intermediate reef drive to con mand this ground. South-east level- A rise-North-east drive off south-east ex tended to 60ft. in free wash carrying a little gold. South-west branch-No. 3 rise-South-east drive off south west ex tended t...

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AUCTION NOTICES. MR. J. P. KENNEDY'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

AUCTION NOTICES. MR. J. P. KENm E)Y'S SALES. TIUnDAY NETr, ARcRl0I pi n .,:i t e ' premisee, Ra1gln-street, on account o sir H. C. Bentley-.-We!!-kent furni-r and efects. MR A. D. DOULAS'S SCLES. PWEDNESDAY, MA.C 11, 2 p account of Mr E. J. Pascoe, Have!Iok. Oil engines, horse, drays new b;-, cyanidera' requisites, furniture, etc FRIDAY N XT, Mi~oAC 13, 2 p.nm., o the premises, Victoria-street, on Cca n-om of Mr W. Hetherington.-Freehoid allo ment, with 7-roomed house; al!- super.or furniture, piano, mining tool1, etc.

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FEDERAL ISSUES. INTERSTATE COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

FEDERAL ISSUES. INTERSTATE COMMISSION. As regards legislation the hands of the Cook 1Ministry are tied ; but in the matter of administration it has done, and can continue to do, Australia yeo man's service. The man who devotes but a fraction of his scant leisure to the study of politics is apt to attach supreme importance to the passing of this, that, or the other measure. Yet a moment's reflection should suffice to convince him that the running of the G.P.O., the construction and the work ing of great railway systems, the fram ing of tariffs with the proper valuation of imports, are purely business matters. Whether tens of thousands are saved or are flung away is purely a matter of management, depends on the man at top and his heads of departments as surely as does the success of any pri vate concern in the Commonwealth. For its appointment of three able and impartial men as Interstate Commis sioners, the Cook ;Iinistry deserves the heartiest thanks of the taxpayer. M3r A. B Piddin...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

ORGANISED Labor regards unorganised capital as its natural prey. The economic theorists may exhaust themselves in learned disquisition upon the "close alliance between " capital and labor" that underlies all industrial progress and national wealth. But the rule of industry appears to harmonise with the rule of nations; and to be ultimately based on force. He shall take who has the power, and he may keep who can. It is very pitiable, of course, that the old economic re lations between employers and workers have been destroyed; and that the agitator and professional strife-monger has gained the ascen dant. We must accept the situation as we find it. Capital must organise completely ; not for any wild ex ploit in aggression, but strictly for defence against an unscrupulous foe. The prevention of war lies in complete preparation for war. The prevention of strikes must rest in preparatory conditions that render them entirely impossible of success, apart from any statutory illegality. Tha...

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OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

OBSERVATIONS. The hoe is a bigger prosperity maker than any tariff, high or low. The pessimist looks only for clouds, the optimist only for sunshine, but the wise man prepares for both. Despite the usual way of looking at it, the farm-hand who raises a good big crop of potatoes is a. bigger man than the lawyer who raises a disturbance. Now, boys, if you intend to set the world on fire, don't use up all your matches lighting cigarettes. About the only, place a woman can econonise these days ii on her hus band's clothes. There is one crop that is always abun dant, and yet is often a failure, and that is advice. The trouble with a. good many of us is that we are trying to make to-mor row pay for day before yesterday. Women are usually, kind to all dumb animals exoept the man who cannot talk volubly. Lots of us are so busy acquiring and taking care of the means of enjoyment that we have no time to enjoy our selves. Count no man lazy until you ha've tried him with the right work. {We hea...

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THE NURSERY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

THE NURSERY. Home-made Picture Books, - Little children enjoy piotures, especially col ored ones. Books for the mounting of pictures are not exponsive to buy, but the mother or nurse with -con structive development will soon put to gether paste-board lids of boxes and strongly glue a piece of calico to the edges to fix them in book form to ad mit of leaves and pictures to be pasted later. A strip of brightly patterned cretonne pasted over the whole, and two strings neatly seamed to the middle of eaoh back to tie the book together, makes strong durable backs that will bear a lot of knocking about. Creative Productions. --Perhaps, af ter all, the rudely made book that each child has helped to make and 'watched grow gives the greatest satisfaction to the small folk after all. It is good to have many books, and keep them dis ti ctive as a class. The Animal Book may be started with pictures of horses, dogs, goats, donkeys, etc.; gradually developing into an ani aud Zoo. The Bird Book for...

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MARYBOROUGH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914

MARYBOROUGR. 'TELEPHONE EXOHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. Name. No. S"Advertiser " Office 1... . 1, Albion Hotel .. .. ...29 Bank of Victoria . . ..... 53 Bennell, C. B. (senior lineman)... 63 Brewery (and private residence) 12 Brownbill, G. M. ... .. .. 49 Burge, H. ... \ ... .. ... 50 Bull and Month hotel ... 2... .2 Cleary, J N. . ... ..8 Colman and Lardnaer . . 39 Commercial Hotel ... .. ... 67 Court House.. ' .. .... 45 Cox, ?. B. .. .. .. .. 21 -Crameri, E. ..C J.. .. . 70 :Crooks J3. B. .... ... .. 70 Daey, Noah.. .... ... .. 62 Davies' I:. .. 57 Deane, Dr E. WE.... ... .. 23 Douglass and Son (F. Fisher) ... 17 Edwards and Co... .. ... 11 Fire Brigade .. .. ..31 , Flour Mills and- Mr Land's pri vate residence ... ... .. 41 Garde, Dr G. E. :. ... Gas Company - .... 1 Greeni,: Wm :.. ... .. 78 Grigg, H. and Co;..; ... :7 Guthrie Brose ....?:. .. 75: Harris, I. . .. . . Herring,. ES. 41.. Howlettvand Black... : Hubble. Bro. ... .. Jolley, E. F. G ... .. . 38 Kennedy,:J. P. ... 64 L...

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