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TRADERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 March 1914

TRADE i4' ASSOCIATi OR L~ i - The monthly meeting of Mr;i. borough D)istrict Traiers' Associatio wras held at the Free I;brary on Mo!, day evening; the President (ir J. Whitnuey) presided over a good -Lte, dance of members. CORRESPONDENCE. From Mtr C. Jose, relativeo to tra! matters.-Attended to. From Victorian Empiloyers' Federa. tion, re Shops and acetories Amendin Bill, and pointing out that ?be preenot was an opportune time for the as?ci:: tion to suggest any amendments to ", present Act. It was decided that fuiler considers tion of the letter Le given at ext. meeting. From Mr W. ]L Bunker, hou. sece tary, Victorian Railways Milit-rL BanP , stating that 50 players had been c hose to represent the band at tahe chari. concert to be given b them n at Mar, borough on Sunday, 22,d ist. From Town Clerk, UMZrybr. ugh, stating that the borough couunil hnd granted toe use of park for the conce: From Mr J. Pasco, secretary Citizens' Band, stating that the band wi ouid be pleased to escort...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR REDMOND'S PREDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 March 1914

M5R iED-ONDS' PREDICTION. : r john Rii~dmond, leader of-the Irish Nationa!ists, said that the rim1eJ *inister hnd gone to the very limit of concession. Long before the e-piry of the six years;. they (the Irish Parliament) would be able to make an exhibition of tolerarnt government which would dis arm suspicion.

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FREEMASONRY. GRANDMASTER-ELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 March 1914

FREEiASONURY, GRANDMASTIER-ELECT. Dr. Carty Salmon, who is to be elected Graudmaster of the Unitei GFrand Lodge of Freemasons of Victoria ou MU Iarch 28, was elscted to the Legis lative Assembly 20 years ago, as mem ber for Talbot. A little lter h was chosen as Chief President of the A.NA. In 1899 he became M:iunister for Education in the Ni'Lea'n Govery. meoot. Fortune favoredl hin o'a this occasion. Mr (nuow Colonel) J. '. 3M'Cay was appointed 3Minister for Education and Cuastoms, but he failed to secure re-election to the Legislative Assembly when he preseoued hise~f to the electors of Castlemeine, Mr heo dore Fink was the asonior Honorary Minister, but he resigned owing to a difference of opiniou wi\th his colleaguan as to the attitude takeu up by Mr W. Shielo, the Treasurer, on the platform. Dr. Salmon secured the vacant portfolio. It was while he was Minister for Education in 1900 that he married M1iss Harris, daughter of Sir 3Matthcw Harris, Mavor of Sydney. iElected to the F...

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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 10. (Before Messrs A. G. Smith and J. P. Kennedy, J's.P.). DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 March 1914

POLICE COURT. TrE.DrJD, ~A~~c 10. (Before Messr, A. - Smith and J. P. Kennedy, J's. P.). DEBT. Henry E. Witliams pr.ceeded against A. J. Sherwell for £22 12s 11id, due on goods sold and freight paid A n order was made for the amount with £2 1s 6.: costs. The same plaintiff was also given a verdict against 8. Bergon for £17 9. 7d, with I1 19s costs. Mr E. S. Herring appeared to support each claim. ALLEGED LARC NY. John Cook and Janet Cook, "an and wife of middle age, were each charged with having stolen goods and chattels to the value of £5, th property of Edward M3iles, of Lextoo. The evidence of Constahle C. S. Heading, of Lexton, went to show that Miles, who is at present an inmate of the Amherot hospital, had a cama about 2} miles on the West side oF Lexton. The acased, 3ohn Cook, went in thast direction to a job be was directed to, and., subsequently the chattels referred to were missed. This was on the 4th inst., and somt days after that the couple were traced through Woodstook...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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ATTITUDE OF UNIONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 March 1914

ATITUTDE OF UNIONISTS. Mr ,Bona' La;, leader of the Op positlio, demndicdad that the electors ox the United Kingdom should be consulted before the Home Rule Bill became operative. Otherwise, he said, th~e Unionist party would be unable to, ,cce-t the proposals which \r Acquith had announced.

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REUTER'S CABLES. ULSTER CONCESSIONS. MR ASQUITH'S SPEECH. ULSTER NOT SATISFIED. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 March 1914

REUTER'S CABLES. ULSTER, CONCESSIONS. MR ASQUi'rf'S SPEECH, ULSTER NOT -SATISFIED. LONDON, 0 ,ONDAY. Long before the hour lor meeting this afternoon the Hous of Com mons was crowded to hear the con cessions which the Government in tended to offer to Ulster. Many members who vwere unabfi, to find room on the floor of the Chamber were seated in the galleries. With the questious disposed of, M~r Asquith rose to the accompani ment of great cheering. He began by explaining that offering sugges tions to overcome the difficulties that the rrish situation presented did not mean running arway from the original Home Rule Bill. They had been devised to give the bill a start with the greatest measure of success. Thera was at present a prospect of acute dissatiisaction and civil strife in Ulster, yet if the bill were to be. shipwrecked, mutilated, or post-: poned, the outlook was equally for-. midable. Any settlement of the question, therefore. must involve the acceptance of the principle of a s...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 March 1914

DEATH. MI'CROREY.--On the 10th inet., at her son's residence, Kare-street, Mary, relict of the late Ferdinand N'Crorev. Aged 80 years. The funeral will leave Kars-street at 4 p.m.' HIs nAY (Wednesday), for the Mary bnrough Cemetery. T. CASEY & SON, Undertakers. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1914.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 March 1914

Bauiness Notices. SHOW DAY AT I_: - . TO-DAY. - -: z 7 .. T'VERY woman is interested more or :less in the Fashions, and every :I.-. woman who can make it. convenient is invited to inspect the NEW MODES ON SHOW HERE. i . · . -. Never k?tore have we shown such a Huge Collection of • . · " .i . .. . .. · .· -·:· * EW GOODS. THIELATEST NOVELTIES, - Gathered from every quarter. ,-~ .... Come along and see just the right thing, The thing you were looking for, And at the price you will willingly pay. OF SP IAL INTE bT - -Mss. MORAN (late of Lygon-6treet, Carlton), has taken over our DRESS MAKING ROOMS, and will b- prepared ^\ - .. -.1 .7 to make appointments witoh ladie from March 4tb. We can 8ive you Money rn your \VINT13 cosIUMLE. ,,,. One o the Finest seections ,i NEW DRESS GOODS : . Outside the metropolis, and at LOWER PRICES THAN THEIRS. They Come to us Direct from the Makers. EO.UCAS & CO., 'PHONB 51 ( :-. -. ::.(?". .,.. .., -...~ yo w e... :.-:.g f.o-r:r-;?.:- ,,? 5,:-:_ y%...

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AUCTION NOTICES. MR A. D. DOUGLAS'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 March 1914

AUCTION NOTICES. MR A. D. DOULAS'S SALES, To-DxY (WEDNESDAY), 2 p.m, On account of Mr E. J. Pascoe, Havelock.- Oil encines, horse, drays, new bugry, cyaniders' requisites, furniture, etc. MR. ,J. P. KENNEDY'S SALES. MoNDAY N::Tr, 2.30 p.m., on the pre mises, Darling-street, on account of Mirs E. Gill.-Furniture, bicycie, carpenter's and other tools and sundries.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 March 1914

J. S. ROBERTSON'S SENSATIONAL SALE IS NOW BEING HELD. : ".::;~:!.-; ·.'I . ,/- , ' G::iiii: REA' T preparations have been made to make this the most successful effort y.. yet attempted at Clearing Out Stocks of all kinds. Each department has it+ quota of what we term SENSATIONAL BARGAINS. MIL1INERY,~ AT MARVELLOUSLY REDUCED PRIOES. COSTUMES, "AT SENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS. DRESS GOODS BEING CLEARED AT ABOUT HALF-PRICE. ::LINEANIAND COTTON GOODS, AT SENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS. IN THE IA'CLOTHING & MERCERY SRORE THE BARGAINS are Very Interesting. : ME-: N'S, YOUTHS', and BOYS' SUITS, at Reduced Prices. H :-". .,ATS, SHIRTS, SCARFS, BRACES, etc., at Gift Prices. Shop early in the day, thus avoid the inevitable criish'sual - during the afternoon. , . , .. - ": . S " Designs of [xc ece n gianess As Now Wor Conprksing a C. ( irminz array of n!: that j is Rich. ,cauitu. and Arlistic i. 3.nls of atos: favoured Stblks. '· S An Exquisife "howi.,n A?,'~s Y'ou The numcror dceszrs ar-' such at a...

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LOCAL INDUSTRIES. (TO THE EDITOR "M. & D. ADVERTISER.") [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 March 1914

LOCAL INDUSTRIES. (TorTn EDrrOn' "-M. & D. ADVIERTIBER.") SIR,--I see in "The Advertiser" of Monday a notice of meeting to be held at council chambers re starting a white work factory. All honour to those gentlemen who are interest ing themselves in the good of our town; but at the same time I am extremely puzzled as to what argu ments will be brought forward as to the feasibility of the venture. In the first place, all material to be used will have to be brought per rail; not a single article to be used in the factory can be produced in our district; hence double expense in railway freights, for I presume it is not expected that all goods manu factured will be used locally. And what guarantee have we that local drapers would wholly support it; certainly they would not unless the article produced was cheaper than Melbourne firms could supply; and we all know that competition is very keen. We would have to send out travellers who would probably only have white work to sell, w...

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THE PIG A GRAZING ANIMAL. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 March 1914

YHE PIG A GRAZING ANIMAL. The too closely penning of pigs (ex capt while topping up) is a mistake. In a state of nature the pig is a grazing animal. For breeding and growing pigs, a grass outrun is profitable. Admitting that pigs must be fed differently, from other stook, when housed, yet grass is still a natural food to them, even as it is to horses and cows. Pigs graze as close to the grund as sheep. It is sometimes stated that pasture deterior ates under cows, but whether this be so or not, pigs benefit pasturage, and rapidly improve poor quality grass. Even the very youngest plgs running with the mother will graze a little, but should be given some other food as well. Shade and shelter are neces sary. Sunburn is to be guarded against. Even with larger pigs, a sudden change from dull .to sunny weather during the hotter portion ot the year means hunburn. When grass is plentiful, store pigs of all ages can be run on it cheaply, and need but very little trough food. With regard to t...

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DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 March 1914

DISTRICT HOSPITAL. The monthly meeting of the com mittee of management of the Mairy borough District -Hospital was held ylies terday afternoon. Present--The pire i dent (Mr O. H. M'Donagih), and Mesosrs T. Rickard, C. Watiers, T'. F. Walker, J. F. Ogle, J. R. Lamb, anrd G. Fiegehen. Apologies for absence were received from Messrs C. Buck?uli nod I-. E. Williams. DONATIONS. Donations as follows were thankfuliy acknowledged :--Hamilton Pipe 3Band (per editor "faryborough Advertis'i;er"), £2 2s; Rev. Canon Davies, :£1 1;; Bartram and Son, IMelbou'ne, 10s 6d; O. Nichterlein, Hamilton, £5 50. CORRESPONDENCE. From the matron, Miss J. Thomas, applying for an increase in salary. The secretary (Mr C. Lean) stant: that the matron's present sl...rv wa~s £80 per annum. Mlr Lean: I think a sister can get that now. I will give tnotice of "'otion that the salary be increased to £90. From IMr J. Wangema. engine driver, applying for two week"' ,ol iday. -Granted. From Miss luby Garner, Bal irit, and...

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TULLAROOP COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 March 1914

TULLAROOP COUNCIL. MIONTHLY IMEETING. The monthly meeting of the Tullaroop Shire Council was held yesterday after noon. Present-The President (Cr. A. C. Forbes), and Cre. John Douglass, Obas. Bucknall, C. Williamason, P. H. Walsh, R. G. M'Lay, T. P. Walker, and J. Dillon. CORRESPONDENCE. From Mr W. E. Conner, " Yaralla," Moolort, asking permission to erect a wind-mill on the main road outside his property.-Granted on the motion of Cre. M'Lay and Walker. From Mr J. W. Anderson, rabbit inspector, Windermere, promising atten tion to the matter of rabbits at Bung Bong. From Board of Public Health, asking the council to exercise very strict super vision over fishmonger's shops and hawkers' barrows. From Under Secretary, appointing March 11th (Eddington races), a public holiday in the north riding. From Hen. A. R. Outtrim, M.P., promising to comply with the wishes of the council respecting the Thistle Act. -Acknowledged with thanks. From shire of Newstead, regarding damage done to the Pla...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 March 1914

GENERAL NEWS. The following letter was read by the secretary of the Creswick Fire Brigade (Mr J. James) to the members:— "Geelong Trades Hall, 5/3/'14. To the secretary Creswick Fire Brigade. Dear Sir,—In the forthcoming demon- stration, to be held at Bendigo, Ap- paratus-Officer Marriott (of the New- town and Chilwell brigade and team) is at present working for and assisting the contractor for the Geelong sewerage system to defeat the unionists in their fight for a living wage. The Geelong City and Geelong West brigades have already refused to compete in the local competition while this man is a com- petitor. I remain, fraternally yours, H. Carroll, Sec. U.S U." A motion was put that the members of the brigade take no action, and that the letter be placed in the waste-paper basket. Every member in the room voted in favor of the motion. Several members spoke very strongly on the subject, and said that tbe Creswick Fire Brigade was not going. to be ruled under the juris- diction of t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 March 1914

THE problem of the pacification of Mexico, to the solution of which the United States appears now de finitely pledged, becomes more com plex and awakens deeper uneasiness as we study its factors. It was shown the other day how unwillingly the Washington Government was giving way before the pressure of events to those who boldly preached force for "the elimination of "Huerta." Closer investigation re veals some of the reasons for hesita tion. Mexico cannot be conquered. Its 15,000,000 people, warlike and wholly embittered against" the hated "Americans," may be fought to ex haustion; but, says a competent ob server who knows the Mexicans in timately, not half a century of active hostilities could end the ceaseless and rancorous guerilla warfare that would follow any decisive defeat in the field. Torn by dissension at present, the whole nation, he says, oblivious of party faction, will combine as one man to repel the invader. " No measure of "confiscation, exile, oppression or " death,...

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WATERWORKS TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 March 1914

WAT'ERCWORKS TRUST. The Maryborougn Waterworks Trust met last night. Present-The Chairman (Com. H. E. Williams, J.P.), and Corns. Hubbie, Green, M'Donagh, Frost, Solomon, and Lewtas. CORRESPONDENCE. From Australian Wood Pipe Co., forwarding particulars and list of users in Victoria of wood stave pipes. -Held over for consideration. From secretary, Talbot shire, under date February 18, requesting that the compensation supply of water from the Evansford reservoir be let down M'Callum's Creek, in accordance with the terms of exist ing agreement. Com. Hubb!e moved that the matter be left in the secre tary's hands. Seconded by Com. M'Donagh and carried. From Evansford reservoir-keeper, reporting depth of water as follows : -Feb. 18, 20 feet 6 inches; Feb. 25, 19 feet 6 inches; MIarch 11, 17 feet 6 inches. FINANCE. The finance committee reported receipt of rates amounting to £113 Ss lid for the past month. Accounts totalling £36 11s O10d were recom mended for payment, after which the trus...

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WILL LODGED. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 March 1914

WILL LODGED. MELBOURNE, TEURSDAY. The will of Ienry Powers, late of Avoca, farmer, who died on January 13th, wa3 filel for probate to-day. Testator ieft by wiMi dat.d January 5, 1912, reaklv \a!uei £6722, and per sonaltyr valui at £2229, to his child. ren.

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THE HOSPITAL. MR LEAN IN EXPLANATION. (TO THE EDITOR "M. & D. ADVERTISER.") [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 March 1914

THE HOSPITAL. EN IN E1XPLANATAON. (Toa Tr EDrroR "1. & I). ADranxE sza,") S:. ,-At the usual monthly meeting of thle Maryborongh Rospital Com. mittee held last Tfiesday, in reply to a question I stated that tho terms on which Drs. Miiller anda Garde -would ac.t as .honorary medical officers to the hospitai were, that Dr. Deans would bhave nothing outside; and be practically limited to £4 a: week. When I made such aftatemin-n- I conscientiously be lieved Iwas speaking the truth-. .The terms on which Drs.. Miller and Garde; were wi!ling to continue their association with the hospital were dis cussed at a c onference between these gentlemen atd the committee a little over eight years ago, and after :this lapse of time I did not remember all the details. As I was not correcte~l ast the time by my colleagues, evidently they: were of the same-opinion. Since then I find o·r reference to files of local papers ofi: November and December, 1905, and Janaary, 1906, that tlie terms were ...

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THE FIREMEN. ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION. BENDIGO, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 March 1914

/THE FIREMEN. ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION. BENDIGO, THURSDAY. The following are the results of the demonstration events, including those decided to-day:: Engine Practice, disabled hose drill for four men.--Bairnedale, 30 3-5th sec., 1; Colac, 31 4-5th sec., 2; Benalla, 36 sec., 3. Maryborough did the workin 45 3-Sthsec. Ladder Race, one man.--Bendigo, 1; Golden Square, 2; Ballarat, 3; Eaglehawk, 4. Msaryborough was beaten by Golden Square. Marshall Event, Hydrant and Y Coupling Practice for four men. Kyabramn, 10 see., 1; Swan Hill, 10 2-5th sec., 2; Smythesdale, 11 1-5thsec., 3; Eag!ehawk, 4. Mary borough's time was 11 2-5th sec. Bowenvale was disqualified. :Hose Practice for four men, C class.-Swvan Hill, 1; Cobram, 2; Belmont, 3. Hose Practice for six men, B class.-Kerang, 1; Koroit, 2; Tra ralgon, 3. Bowenvale was beaten by Chiltern in the first ronnd. Engine Practice for one man. Bairnsdale, 25 2-5th sees., 1; Port Fairy, 25 3-5th see., 2; Mortlake anid Caatertoni 27 sec., :equal for ...

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