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MARYBOROUGH DISTRICT YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914
NIARYBOROUGH DISTRICT YIELDS. oz dwt Dake Extended, 1-50 fathoms ... 150 15 MISCELLANEOUS YIELDS. Cathcart .. ...... .. 355 17 Cathcart Cenir[al .. .... .. 754 0 Frenchman's Reef, 15i tons ... 30 8 Hope, fortnight ... ... .. 100 10 Llanberrie No. 1 .. ... ... 505 14 New Normanby, 11 days... .. 117 16 North Woah Hawp, 11 days ... 125 5 South Berry ... ... .. 140 S Victoria United, S36 tons ... 218 12
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. Mr Noah Davey, stock and sharebroker, High-street, Maryborough, reports the following closing quotations at the last meetings of the Melbourne and Ballarat stock exchanges on Saturday afternoon: ARARAT DISTRICT. Cathcart-b 21/6 Cathcart Central-b 27/ Cathcart Victory-s 1/7 Central Langi-s 3/ Great Langi-b 2/9, s 3/, sales 2/10 Langi N.-b 4/6, a 5/ Langi S.-s 14/ Niew Langi-b 29/9, a 30/3, sales 30/, 29/101q Upper Langi-b 6d, a 9d, sales 73 d Upper Langi (paid)-b 2/6 BEAUFORT DISTRICT. Beaufort Deep Lead-b 213, a 2/8 Hope-a 10/ Hope N.-- 12/6 Hope S.-b 1/11, a 214 BALLARAT DISTRICT. Central Plateau Ext.-b 1/2, s 1/7 Llanberris No. 1-b S/4;:, s S/9 Llanberris S-b 1/, a 1/6 Vic. United--b 2/1 BERRIN(GA AND SCkRSDALE. Birthday runnel -b 1/10, as 1/0)1 Golden Reefs-h 211, a 2/5 New Jubilee--b li3, s 1/7 Scarsdale-b 2/10, s 2/11 Williams' Fancy-b 27/6 DAYLESFORD DISTRICT. Ajax-b 8/6, s 9/9 Ajax Central-b 31/9, s 321/6 Ajax Consolidated--s 2/6 Ajax N.-b 16/6, ...
NEW AND POPULAR MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914
NEW AND POPULAR MUSIC. (From the Spectator," Melbourne, Feb 27, 1914). The latest book of "Austral Gems= ,6th series' is rapidly becominc popula, I The first edition is almost exhausted, a,. another eiiion is about to be issue. There is certainly no book pulsaehed i.: Sundaxv s'h,)o anuiver-aries to ecli - " Asiltral Gems " From all ?i-s iarr .orders havz' I eentit zeent re.-i;"ei fro. ?chool fei?'as s, inciu,ling iForeet-stnrr ani Long Gully (Benrijao:, and .;eelo:i:. etc Th- tormer schol has -elected i, for its Jubilee in March. We can: cordially recommend " Austral Gems'" t. all lovers of good music. SatisfacTion i Sassured. An Albert Park conduct r I writes: " I must congratulate you, Mr R?wilands, on your musical compositions. ihere are some real 'gems' amongst them. Am thoroughly satisfied with the, beautiful harmony. .... Mr. Row lauds has also published an anthem of great merit entitled, " The Works of God," A secretary of a country choir writes: "We sane your two anthems. '...
RAILWAYS. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914
RAILWVAYS. First Innings. Morecouft, b Stevene Keenan, c J. Herring, b Haberle 0 Moore, c J. Herring b Stevens.. 57 Cbivers, c Branton, b Stevens .. 3 Baker, run out ... ... ... 6 Mearns, b Haberle... ... ..10 M'Masters, b Stevens . .. 5 Upton, c Stevens, b Haberle .. 15 Ross, b Stevens ... * 2 Willet, b Haberle ... ... ... 0 Ryan, not out ... . ... 0 Sundries .. " .... 3 Total ... - -.. ... 124 . rrliu "°i° b te4 for 61:; teWetu5 5 for 46; Davey, 0 for 18; .E. 8. Herring, 0 for 6.
A KEEN CONTEST. MARYBOROUGH WIN BY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914
A KEEN CONTEST. MA3RYBOROUGH WIN BY 17. As the match stood Mlarvborough had made 141 in their first hand, and Railways had lost three wickets for 75. Morecroft and Keenan had been abso lute failures, but Chivers and Moore had made a very useful stand, and the latter was left (with 46 up) to carry on. lie went ahead with Baker, but the latter had only scored twice when he was run out. Mearns had not long joined Moore when the big fellow's in nings ended, J. Herring taking a catch at mid-on off Stevens. Moore's 57 was of the greatest value, and included some good strokes, but he was lucky to last so long. With only half their wickets down for over the century, Railways were still first favorites. Anything might have happened, but there was always the possibility of a risk-taking batsman swiping half a dozen boun daries. There was, however, no in clination on the part of the batsmen to attempt liberties with the bowhling, for both Stevens and Haberle were keeping to decent stuff. The f...
CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914
CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. (NOTES BY ORTHos.) In bright, warm weather the in. teresting third match between Mary borough and Railways was concluded on the oval on Saturday in the presence of a numerous attendance. The result was a win for Maryborough, Railways proving unequal to the moderate task set them of making 66 runs with eoven wickets. The match was keenly, and even bitterly, fought out, and an open disturbance occurred when Rail ways put Ryan (emergency bat) in to bat instead of Quinn (bowler). It was probably the fact that something 'similar had happened in the last Maryborough Railwave match that made the Mary borough captain protest vigorously. The result of the match practically assures Mlaryborough possession of the M'Nee cup (which had to be won two seasons). They have to beat Havelock next Saturday. Railways play Talbot.
CONCERT AT DUNOLLY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914
CONCERT AT DUNOLLY. The Maryborough quartet party, con. sisting of Misses Sutton and Knight, Messrs W. Colman and S. H. Pittman, gave a concert in the Dunolly Town Hall on Wednesday evening last in connection with the charity carnival in aid of the local hospital. The party was assisted by Miss Peart, who con tributed elocutionary items, and by Mrs Pittman, who was responsible for some of the accompaniments. Mr S. H. Pittman, A.T.S.C., acted as musical director. The night was perfect, and the trip, which was accomplished by motor car, was thoroughly enjoyed by all the party, despite a few reminders of the state of the road in the form of sundry bumps and jolts which made one feel as if one's ribs were settling down concertina fashion into the remainder of one's anatomy. Otherwise the journey was very agreeable and was made with the least loss of time. A good audience had assembled to greet the concert party, and appreciation was manifest, althngh not too demonstra tive. The concert ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914
J. S. ROBERTSON'S SENSATIONAL SALE IS NOW BEING HELD. IREAT preparations have been made to make this the most successful effort VF yet attempted at Clearing Out Stocks of all kinds. Each department has its quota of what we term SENSATIONAL BARGAINS. MILLINERY,; AT MA&RVELLOUSLY REDUCED PRICES. COSTUMES, AT SENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS. DRESS GOODS BEING CLEARED AT ABOUT HALF-PRICE. LINEN~ AhN?D? COTTON GOODS, AT SENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS. IN THE CLOTHING & ýMERCERY SRORE THE BARGOAINS are Very Interesting. ' MEN'S, YOUTHS', and BOYS' SUITS, at Reduced Prices. HATS, SHIRTS, SCARFS, BRACES, etc., at Gift Prices. . Shop early in the day, thus avoid the inevitable crush usual during the afternoon, . . Des gns of xce, ence i ?a kes As NoV Wiorn Comarslng a !Charming arri s of oil that - Rich. L auitiu! and Artistic in [BsngleL of mos: F cured Styles.. Ak Exqiniot S owing Awa'is You Th" r mrou r s nre such as ollow u?op for a . ta-t3 s, and the qualti?t?es uch a' asurr eh best posi...
ROUNDED ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914
ROUNDED ARMS. Should the arms be thin and scraggy, a very simple exercise will do wonders to produce the curves that are so at tractive. Bend the elbow, bringing the forearm up and forward, clench the fist very tightly, tense the arm musoles, then turn the clenched fist round rig orously several times, describing as large a circle as possible, but not allow ing the arm to move itself from the nosition directed. It is also an ex cellent plan to massage the arms about two or three times a week. Warm some pure olive oil and massage it gently into the arms for several min utes. Sponge off with warm water to which has been added the juice of half a lemon. Dry with a soft towel, and dust with powdered oatmeal. For chapped lips: Many people suffer from this unsightly blemish in winter time, and will be glad to know that if a little pure glycerine is rubbed into the lips before going out they will keep soft and smooth.
NITROGEN AND PASTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914
NITROGEN AND PASTURES. The -results achieved by combined dressings of phosphates and potash areo often so striking that it is assumcd the application of'nitrogen is not neede:. as it is considered that this nc-d of the plant for nitrogen is cover-d byi the supply cbllected from the atmo.s phere by the -clovers produced by the phosphate and potash. The correctness of this view is, how ever, questioned, and it, is no' go.c policy in the long run to neglect the application of small quantities of nit rogen. -It; is admitted that clovers possess the capacity of a.ssimiaiing at mospheric nitrogen, but it. is found that quite young plants have this power only1 to a limited extent. and unti ! ar rived at a, certain stage of development, are obliged to avail them-el've ofi the nitrogen in the soil. An exclusive application of phospiate and potash to old pastures- lay be de cribed as one-sided manurting. even al though for a time, the gr.'as may blI inoreased by it. By continuel e clusive dre...
THE GOLD YIELD. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914
THE GOLD YIELD. MELBOURNE, SATURDAy. The yield of gold for February was 45,358 oz Bross, or 41,848 oz flue, valued at £177,760. Compared with the yield for February of last year an inucrease of 3910 oz has occurred. The yield for the last two months was 70,488 oz gross. or 64.9SS oz fine, valued at £276,053. This shows an increase of 1983 oz fine compared with the quantity won during the corresponding period of last year.
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914
GENERAL NEWS. At Adelaide on Friday .Patrick Keane was fined. £15 for having made beer without a licence. Eridence showed. that when the excise officers visited his. premises. they found beer containing 4 7 alcohol on tap, and more hbeer was being made. Keane was stated'to have been making hop beer for 15 years. In State political circles it is generally believed that the general elections will be held in August. When seeking re election for Essendon on taking the Premiershipj in the present Administra. tion in January last, Mr _W. A. Watt mentioned October as the time of the next appeal to the. people, but Minis terial supporters who take up an inde. pendent ,attitude towards the Govern ment?itand members of the Opposition say, when chatting in the lobbies, that the settlement of the question may not be entirely inmthe hands of the Govern. miient. They predict that shortly after Parliament re-assembles the Govern mient, as the result either of an adverse motion,' will app'y for a.....
REMARKABLE ACCIDENT. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914
REMARKABLE ACCIDENT. MELBOURNE, SATCRDAY. A case of accidental tracheotomy was brought under the notice of the doctors at the Melbourne Hospital to-day. Cornelius Hieson, 40, laborer, of Richmond, was working on the wharf. Assisted by two other men he was lifting s heavy weight with a crowbar, when by some means the bar slipped and the top of it struck him in the throat. The force of the blow cut his windpipe and the wound was similar to that caused by the operation of tracheotomy. His condition is not serious,
V.R.C. RACES. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914
V.R.C. RACES. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. The V.R.C. autumn meeting was con cluded to-day. Results: Elm's Handicap.-Tofua (Wood), I ; Brattle, 2; Ostressa, 3. Betting : Evens Brattle, 8 to 1 against Tofua. Gibson Carmichael Stakes.--N en berry (Connell), 1 ; ,Van Biene, 2 Delcasse, 3. Betting: 4 to 1 against Van Biene, 7 to 1 Newberry. Northcote Handicap.-B-elave (W. M'Lachlan), 1 ; Coro:iat:s, 2 ; itora, 3. Betting: 2 to 1 against Belove. Steeplechase.-Tinto (Cohmnaan) 1 ; The Miser, 2; Moyne, 3. Betting: 2 to 1 against Tinto. Champion Stakes.-Radnor (Lewis), ].; The Parisian, 2; Prizefighter, 3 Betting: 6 to 1 on Radnor. Farewell Handicap --Rthle"? (VW. Cairns), 1; Tadanga, 2; Hush Money, 3. Betting: 3 to 1 against Rathlea.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 March 1914
THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS &nbsp; All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarsenees will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the use of " Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous " lozenges " are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country. People troubled with " hacking coughs a " slight cold," or bronchial affection, cannot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious pulmonary and asthmatic affec- &nbsp; tions. See that the signature of John I. Brown & Son is on every wrapper. Pre- pared by JOHN I. BROWN & SON, Boston, U.S.A. European Depot, 33 Farringdon road, London, England GREAT SALVAGE SALE Now in Full Swing. Enamelled Dippers, quarts, 6d each. Enamelled Wash Dishes, 9d each. Enamelled Preserving Pans, 4s 6d each. Preserved Pine Apples, 6½d tin. Ling, Salt Salmon, Red Herrings, Salt Herrings, very fine sample for Lenten season. Big tin Sardines, 4½d tin...