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STRIKE AT UNIVERSITY. STUDENTS QUIT CLASS-ROOMS. ALL ARE EXPELLED. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914

S i.ilE AT UNIVERSITY:_ StUrDE.NTS QUIT CLASS-ROOMAS. ALL ARE EXPELLED.:; NEW YORK, STEDESDAY. . strike of college students his: o?,curred at the Shaw University ini North Carolina. The trouble arose` when th e president of the University dismi ,ed~. student who had married? gain'_. the rules of the college. The umtter wra-s referred to the Uni versity h'oard, which upheld the decision &c the uresident. There upon 250 tudenti quitted their class-rooms a.nd: declared themselves on ri e. The University board considered thp new situation and: decided to take the drastic step of: expelling everyone of the 250( strier

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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RICHARDS AND CO'S DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914

RICHARDS AND CO'S DISPLAY. There can be only one opinion of the new display by the famous firm, Richards and Co., Sturt-street, Bal larat, viz., " The best yet." It seems hard to surpass the many excellent exhibitions made in the past, but the subtle advancement in the photo graphic art is clearly shown. For instance, thse central shades are dis played in colors which lend a realistic effect which impels the be holder to doubt whether they are really produced by the camera in the ordinary manner. Perhaps the most striking examples are two large head studies of young ladies. One is a Rembrandt effect, with beauti ful luminosity in the shadows, a scarlet feather which is depending from the hair striking a novel note in portrait composition. The other example is a large full face portrait, entitled " The Coral Necklace." The expression is most lifelike and impressive. - A display of photos by Richards and Co. would be incom plete without bridal portraiture, for which Richards and Co. a...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. HIDE, SKIN, AND TALLOW MARKET. (BY WIRE.) MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914

COMME CIA i . SIDE, SKIN, AND TALLOW MARKET. (BY WtIRE.) MELBOURNE. T;nr- dav. The :Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Co., Limited. report ..-heep akins-Market firm, no alteration eh ,wn. Hides.-Kips in good demand; wona sionally 1,d better on good conditioned lots; other weights firm. Tallow.-.o alters'ion, market firm. W.ItI,ESAI, R PROI)PDUCF MtA tE' h . MI.BstoUNE, Thurs!dav. Wheat.-The market has been quieter and slightly irregular in tone. and some buyers have retired except for immediate requirements. The market may be quoted at 3/5% to 3/5%, but some leading buyers are unwilling to exceed 3,5L. Slightly smutty wheat has been sold it town at 3/53. to 3/53 , and smtty at 2il/ to 3/. The London market is steady but inactive. Flour.-The association price for new flour has been established at £8/I0/ de livered, or the same as for old season's lour. Bran and Pollard.-The association price for bran is £41101 delivered, and that for pollard £4/15/. Barley.-There is more inquir...

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

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MEN AND MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914

MEN AND MARRIAGE. Every man instinctively dreads mar tiage. From a large number of men mairriage means the voluntary acoepta :ion of a burden; for a large number if women it means the only obvious ?ath to freedom. An early marriage .v a man makes the world pity him; .a early marriage by a woman brings :ougratulations. It may or may not aave b-en Shakespeare who, writing ander a sense of personal failure, first advised every woman to marry a man >ider than herself. Anyway the su aerstition dies hard. I wish one :ould acquire the true statistics of un nappy marriages. I d6 not mean di ;orce-oourt records; they merely re present the unendurable marriages. I ,would wager that the percentage of :appy marriages gets higher as the ausband and w-fe approximate in age, and is highest of all when the woman is slightly older than thie man. - Compton Mackenzie, in the "Daily 4fail."

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BRITISH CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914

BRITISH CHARITY. In 1911 it appears 2,133 cha.rities re ce.ved in voluntary contributions .£1". ,000. Since 16?u., there has been an increase of nearly one-third. Rough Iv this means that everyone gives on an av,,rage five shilling annually to hos Sitals, homes, etc. I in practice it means that the willing horse bears the ,ur den, giving perhaps a tenth of the income, while the majority spend their uuoney on petrol or living pictures. :One need not be a socialist to desire fair play, now that increased food pri ces and taxation make life a more risky affair. Doubtless there would be a great outcry if it were proposed to raise this money by fresh taxation. But it is notorious that certain hospitals treat patients in a poverty-stricken way because a bad year's trade will stop off su pbs:rtions. It is absurd that the ,.eatment of disease, and maintenance of halt. maimed, and blind, should de pcnd upon what the generous can afford out of a variable surplus of income, rather than upon ta...

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TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914

TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. To-morrow the District Associa tion resumes its competition matches, which have been adjourned over the holidays. A couple of interesting contests are promised, Maryborough and Railways meeting on the oval, and Talbot and Havelock at Talbot. The Havelock team, for whose convenience a cab will leave the M'Ivor hotel corner at 2 p m. sharp, will be chosen from the following : wMorgan (capt), Batty (2), Chivers (2), Tenny, Shehler, Wenmouth, Hill, Hawke (2), Wills, Williams.

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A STRANGE CASE. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914

A SRANGE CASE. NEBW YORK, WEDNESDAY. Pr P Ida Van Claussen has] b:een declared insane and committed to the iMat5eawan lunatic asylum. HIe c.ae has attracted- much atten tion in INe York. She bro:ught n action againsPtfMr R?,?, eiit accusing him of, having; th, rted her presentation to _the: -in of Sweden when she was ?isit i::g .Europe some years ago. .Doubts -er- raised as to her sanity and the c u.rt ordered that she should be a'm:·?ine?-d by mental :: specialists. r'ileshe ewas awaiting- this :ex-, :.inDation. Mrs Van Claussen spent hr zim_ w riting threatening letters

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EASTER MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914

EASTER MATCHES. A letter was received from the Fitzroy Footballers' Cricket Club asking for a match at Maryborough over the Easter holidays. The matter was hold over, it being re marked that a team from Carlton wanted to come up, and that there was a possibility of the Victorian Association sending an eleven. Maryborough is becoming a favorite holiday resort for cricketers.

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ULSTER NEGOTIATIONS. PROCEEDING QUIETLY. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914

ULSTER NEGOTIATIONS. ._OCEEDING QUIETLY. : LONDON, WEDNESDAY . The ;" Westminster Gazette" (ILibera) this evening contradicts i he statement made to-day by .the " Mrning Post" (Unionist) : to. the effect that the negotiations between M.r AZquith and Mr Bonar Law in regard to Home Rule bad; proved Sabortive. The " Gazette" declares that the negotiations are proceeding ; thout any untoward incident. .

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THE BAND CONTEST. JUDGES' COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914

THE BAND CONTEST. JUDGES' COMMENTS. The following are the reports of the judges (Mr F. C. Johnston, music, and Warrant Officer Wm. Humphreys, inspection) in the Highland Society's C grade band contest on New Year's day :- SELECTION. ST. KILDA CITY BAND. Own choice, " II Trovatore."-Open ing-A.llegro-Splendid attack, but a little weak in tone; letter A all doing well; bar 17 balance of tone only fair. Allegro, trombone solo-Accompani ments are really grand, but -the trom bone solo does not impress me in the least; should be played with more vim and dash, and played more like a ven geance song. This movement has been too tame altogether. Duo cad.-Trom bone blurs top A, otherwise good. Vivace-Excellent, same bars 5 and 6. Andintino-Duet (" Home to our moun tains ")-Accompaniments again stand out well. Solo cornet is doing well now; from 19 on was a pleasure to listen to; seems to me a lot of time has been spent on this movement; everything going well; the accompaniments are a feature. ...

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

THE SEASON S GREETINGS " A MERRY XMAS AND A PROS-PEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL." A NNOUNCES the continuance of the most significent selling event of the year, his GREAT RETIRING SALE. Bigger Price Inducements than Ever. ATTRACTi ONS IN VALUE THAT ECLIPSE ALL OTHERS. Don't get lost in the crowd, but make straight for ROBERTSON'S,; where you can BUY EVERYTHING FOR LESS. Ladies' ONE-PIECE COST'UijMES, thfe very latest in styie, :at 12s 6d, 16s 6d, 1Ss 6d, and 21;? reduce -ron 1S G3d, 21, 22S 63J, and 27s 63. Ladies' BLOU.ES, in Jap. siLk, voile, an' tussore, at 4s lid, 6s 6d, 8s 6d, and 10s 6d; redu ced trom ?s. ds lid, 1Us 6d, and 123 Gd. Ladies' iD) GLOVEN . 15 and 22 inches long, " Dent's" reliable make, in white, tans, and black, at i-" 1h, 61 s ?, and 7s lid. LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS. -. rccut purc.case, and Very Excellent Value. Ladies' WHITE M iSLIN UN DERS.IRTS, deep muslin embroidery, at 4s 6d, 5s 3d, Ge 6,. and y : each. ROBERTSON'S the pace for Pic-Nic HATS. 15 dc: n Sa le !LiTS in reli...

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TURKISH ARMY. NEW BROOM AT WORK. 280 HIGH OFFICERS RETIRED. CONSTANTINOPLE, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914

TURKISH AR rY. NEW BROOM AT WORK. 280 HIGH OFFICERI S RETIRED. .CONSTANTINOPLE, W' -Zx):-?E3D),. Enver Bey, the new Turkish Minister for War, has started ont with characteristic energy to reform the army. He has placed 2SO generals and colonels upon the re tired list. A German otheer is to succeed Zia Pasha as Assistant Chief of Staff. Other fundamental chan ge in the army organisation are inrmi nent.

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LIVERPOOL MURDER. MONEY MOTIVE SUGGESTED. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914

LIYERPOOL MU.ItRDER; MONEY MOTIVE SUGGESTED. LONDON, \WDsE.l.soY. The inquest on the body of :Miss Christian Bradfield, which was re cently found in a sack in a canal at Liverpool, has been opened. Two young men, George Sumner and Samuel Eltoft, employed by the brother of deceased, are under arrest on a charge of having murdered Miss Bradfield, The Crown intends to call Eltoft to give evidence at the inouest. It has been stated that Miss Bradield betrayed a lively interest in Sumner, but the evidence so far suggests a money motive for the crime. There is no evidence of any intrigue be tween Miss Bradfield and Sumner. The inquest concluded late to-day. A verdict of wilful murder was re turned against Sumner and Eltoft.

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AEROPLANE IN EGYPT. FLIGHTS TO KHARTOUM. CAIRO, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914

PlLt YPT. FLIGH"TS O KHTARTOUM. _.__--- .. . CAIRO, WEDNESDAY. The Ravator Po'rue has reached 'Wad H-!ia on flight from Cairo| to K harioum. The appearance of the i-ri 7,l vi-itor created a profound impression .among the natives in, and 'round Asso'n,, to which part fno Srout ian hi,!d p revioully journeyed..' Fr ank 'CiCean, the English air-i man, hs. bezun a hydroplane flight: fromn Cairo to Khartoumn. L W H2i1a i4 about 600 miles from Cairo a* the crow fiies, and ro: it is an additional 500 i to iKhartoum.]

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RULER OF ALBANIA. A COUP THAT FAILED. ROME, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914

RULER OF AL.B :N A. A COUP THAT FAILED, ROME, WEDNESDA. There have been important de velopments in connection with the Mahometan more to pla0ce zzet Pasha (the Turkish ex- ?inister for W'ar) on the Albani th.oine in the stead of Prince Wiliiim of Wid. Advices received here from Valona state that an A.tri'n i teamer brought from Con.t ipl Turkish soldiers ;ith ::; - oficers. The plotter, intended to rai se the popuiation of Vica;na and to pro claim I?zst .psha, e rirnCB e o Al bania. i ow'vrc. te P'rovisioaal Government were prepa'red, and with the co-operation of the European commijssnron and tch Dutch gen darmes they rad t whol Turkish contingent.

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REUTER'S CABLES. RAND RAILWAY CRISIS. STRIKE BEGINS AT MIDNIGHT. SPECIAL CONSTABLES ENROLLED. PRETORIA, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914

RAND RAILWAY CRISiS. STRIKE BEGINS AT MIDNIGHT. SPECIAL CONSTABLES EN ROLL ED. PRETORIA, W'EDNEDA-Y. The railway crisis is overshadow ing all else in the Transvaal at the moment. Notices have been posted on the railways throughout the pro vince ordering the men to go on strike at midnight to-night. A special meeting of the Cabinet was held to-day to discusa the situa tion. At its conclusion, General Smuts (Minister of Finance), Mr Malan (Minister for Mines), and Colonel Truter (Chief Comnmissioner of Police for the Uaion) left Pre toria for Johannesburg, which is the centre of the railway trouble. The federation of Trades threatens to proclaim a general strike if no settlement of the railway dispute has been reached by Saturday. Extensive precautions are being taken at Johannesburg, Pretoria and elsewhere in the Transvaal to pre serve order. The authorities have called for volunteers to act as special constables, and many persons are already being sworn in. At Capetown the citizens ...

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

OzE hundred million American citizens are finding it increasingly difficult to feed themselves ; and the old self-dependent cry of " America " for the Americans" is now only feebly echoed where the supply of the necessaries of life is seen to be steadily diminishing. Americans are therefore casting- about to dis cover some new source of a regular and reasonably cheap foodstuffs' supply. Where can they look, with better prospect of success, than to Australia? The .more since the opening .of the Panama Canal afords the readiest means of encouraging the trade in perishable products. New South .Wales and Queensland have not bee? elQw to note and seize the opening. Victoria has not hitherto been so enterprising, though, with our expanding policy of closer settlement and intense cultivation, it is known that our immediate need is for new oversea markets. "'The American is fast " becoming interested in Australia," says a well-informed - authority, " thanks to the visit of the fleet, and " ...

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

NOAH DAVEY, TOOK AND SHA.1REI3ROKER, MINING AGENT, HIGH-STREET, MARTYBOROUGH. Before you come to a inal decision about your Furniture order, inspect our own make, patented, Thibtle Brand Fur niture, which is guaranteed against split ting or cracking in the hottest climate In Australia.-'T. WALLB Co., Mary boroubh and Tr-ran i A,'' Our GREAT SALVAGE SALE is held over, when due notice ;wiil be given. BARGAINS FOR XMAS. Preserved Tomatoes, Gd tin. Preserved Pine Apple, 7! d. Preserved Apricots. 7>;d. Miidura Rai~in5, 4&d lb. Essence .Leon, Raspberry, Vanilla, etc., .id bottle. Beautiful Toilet :oaps, from Id a tablet Oatmeal and' ly-cerine Soap, highly recomtmenided by Dr Emily Ryder, 6d tablet. Sh!eep " on.e,'. SIt tin. Shoulder iame. whole, 8d lb. Muscatel Table Raisins, 6d packet. Kippered Herrings, 3d tin. Lime Juice, 7.1 bottle. HRaspberry Vinegar, IOb d bottls, or 3 bottles for 2s Gd. Butter Coolers, Is each. Best quality Jam, 6d tin. S. and As. Xmas Cakes, Is 3d each....

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COURT-MARTIAL. COLONEL VON REUTER'S REMARK. FIRE IF PEOPLE LAUGH. BERLIN, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 January 1914

CO UR,:tI TK\ 2. COLONEL VON REUTEE~R RE MAR K. FIRE IF PEOPLE LAUGH. BERLIN, W\EDNESD.EY. The court-martial on Colonel von Reuter, who is charged with having usurped executive authority during the recent trouble at Zkbern (Alsace. Lorraine), was continOed to-day. Herr Mueller, district commie sary, testified that Colonel von Reuter had told him that he (v or Reuter) was resolved to prevent the people standing in the streets, and that the troops would fire if the people laughed. The witness added that Colonel von Reuter had ordered machine guns to be held in readi ness.

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