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DISTRICT NEWS. CARISBROOK. HARVEST FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 March 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. CARISBROOK. HARVEST PE8TIVAL. Harvest thanksgiving services were eld in the Presbyterian Church on unday last, when special addresses ppropriate to the occasion were de. vered morning, and evening by Rev. V. J. Mieriech, the minister in charge, large and representative congrega ions. The church was tastefully deco ated by the ladies on the previous laturday afternoon, and reflected great redit upon them. The display of gifts ,nd offerings was exceptionally good, .ud bore testimony to the gratitude felt or the blessings of the past season. 'be singing of the choir, assisted by lajorca friends, with the congrega. on, was a marked feature of the hanksgiving, for the note of joy and he tones of heartiness which charac ;erised it. Mrs A. G. Stewart was the oloist at both services, the organ being n the capable hands of Mrs Anderson during the absence on holiday of Miss B. Shebler). On Monday evening a sale of harvest Jifts was held in the school ball. lMr ,'. Davis proved ...
REUTER'S CABLES. IRISH QUESTION. LEADERS CONFER. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 March 1914
REUTEW'S CABLES. LEADEL.RS ~OTFE?R. LONDON, .W'ED'ED AY,. Prior to the meeting of the Cabinet to-day Mrr BirrelI, Chief Secretary or Irela, nd, and Mesers. John Redmond, i.P., tlhe Nationalist leader; John Di!!on , Nationalist ,1 P.; J. Deviin, Nationalist M.P.; and T, . O'Connor, Nationalist M.P, had bre-i lfast with Mr Lloyd George. T1he conierence lasted for an hour and a, hal, but nothing has transpired as to its deliberations or deci0ion 1.
AUCTION NOTICES. MR D. A. DOUGLAS'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 March 1914
AUCTION NOTICES. MR D. A. DOUGLAS'S SALES. FRIDAY (To-DAY), MAA?, 13, 2 p.mL., on the premises, Victoria-street, on account of Mr W. Hetherington.-FreehoMl allot Inent, with 7-roomed house; also superior furniture, piano, mining tooils, etc. MR. J. P. KENNEDY'S SALES. ~MoNDAY INT,?, 2.30 p.m., on the pro mnises, Darling-street, on account of M2rs E. Gill.-Furnitnure, bicycle, c?arponutr'o and other tools and asndri~es.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 March 1914
Business Notie?, SHOW DAY AT - ELUCAS'S, : :- . - TO-DAY. * TWERY woman is inter~eted more or -_leE.Sin the Fahmions, and every woman who can make it convenient ie invited to inspect the : . ·I --, ·;·-,. NEW MODES ON SHOW HERE. Never before have we shown such a : Huge Collection of NEW GOODS. THE LATEST NOVELTIES, : Gathered from every quarter. Come along and see just the right thing, The thing you were looking for, S And at the price you will willingly pay. OF SPEOCIAL INTEPEST1 gas. MORAN (late of Lygon-Etreet, Carlton), has taken over our DRESS MAKING ROOMS, and will be prepared to make appointments with ladies from March 4th. We can uSave you Money on your i W INTER COSTUMiE. ::i One of the Finest Selectionu of :g.: :NEW DRESS GOODS Outtide the metropoli, aind at LOWER PRICES THAN THEIRS. -They Come to us Direct from the Mlakera. QEO. L~JOAS & COG, c~''·'' z.?4 _- ~ -:·rLYar w--··.-.- '; Business Notices. WHEN DISCUSSING PLANS FOR THE FUTURE :G': IVE special considerati...
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 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 Bailarat stock exchanges yesterday afternoon: INVESTMENTS. Amalg. Zinc-b 28/10%, a 29/, sales 29/ ARARAT DISTRICT. Cathcart-b 313 Cathcart (paid)--b 3/3, sales 3/5 Cathcart Central-b 28]6, a 283/9 Cathcart Victory-b 1/2, a 1/8 Central Langi-b 21, a 3/ Great Langi-b 214, s 2/7, sales 2,6 Langi N.-b 412, a 4/6 Langi 8.--s 131 Langi S. (paid)-b 11/, a 13/9 New Langi--b28/6, a 29/9, sales 28/7k, 29/6, 2901 Upper Langi-b O10d, a 1/ Upper Langi (paid)-b 2/6 BEAUFORT DISTRICT. Beaufort Deep Lead-b 218, a 3/ Hope-b 81, a 101 Hope Ext.-b 41/. Hope Ext. W.-b 6d, a 1/3 Hope N.-b 101 Hope 8.-b 218, a 2/10, sales 2/6, 2/7 BALLARAT DISTRICT. Llanberris No. 1-b 8j10?, a 9/ Vic. United-b 2/6 BERRINGA AND SCARSDALE. Birthday Tunnel-b 1/6, s 2/ Golden Reefa--b 2/6, s 2/1 New Jubilee-b 1/4, s 1/7 Scarsdale-b 317, a 3/10, Eales ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 March 1914
T?r Prime Minister has taken occa sion to restate the extreme diffi culties of the Federal Parliamentary situation. It is a situation fairly well known to most people. And not only is it anomalous, but, unless a way out is promptly discovered, national administration and the grappling with urgent national pro blems will be gravely endangered. Mr. Cook sees no other means of solution and rectification than a double dissolution, at an awkward period of the year and at a cost to the people of .100,000. He com plains that even when strictly non contentious measures have been in troduced by the Federal Ministry, the Labor Opposition has ruthlessly slain them. He is able to push such measures through the House of Re presentatives; but there is the in superable obstacle of the Senate, in which Labor is in absolute control and power without office. All that is the commonplace of the day and is trite by repetition; but there are critics who decline to accept the pro posed remedy of a double ...
ALLEGED THEFT OF SCRIP NO EVIDENCE OFFERED IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 March 1914
ALLEGED THEF P OF SCRIP NO EVIDENCE OFFERED IN COURT. At the Broken Hill Police Court on Tuesday, James D. Seymour, who had been arrested in Melbourne in connec tion with the alleged theft of some mining scrip in Broken Hill, was called forward by the bench, but no charge was preferre again.s~ hbn. Mr J. R. Edwards and A. J. Hal! appeared in the matter, and the latter stated that he would ask the leave of the court not to produce any evidence. Defendant had been in Broken Hill for some days, and the matter had been explained. Mr J; R. Edwards had been acting for defendant, and it had been found that the whoie thing was a matter merely of giving a satisfactory explanation, and this had been done. The stipendiary magistrate (to de fendant;): You are discharged. ' Barrier Miner."
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 March 1914
S IN MEMORIAM. HooPina.-In loving remembrance of my dear husband and our father, Richard Hooper, who died at Maryborough on 13th MIarch, 1913. -Inserted by his loving wife, M. Hooper, and daughters, Betsy, Mary, and Kate. FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1914.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 March 1914
NOAH DAVEY, STOCK AND SHAREBROKER, VINING AGENT, HIGH-8TREET, 5IARYBOROUGH I iHONE 62. I'CKED HIS BACK. "I ricked me back eeverely and was unabie to ";and upright," writes Mr. Tho. H. MIaher, Ebden, Vic I had ceen 'iChamberr.in's Pain Baim advertisedi for trains, and .hought I would see what it :.ou!ld do for me. The first application Sa;- mne relief and I was quite mysel!f x:ain ,fter using only a quarter of a bt F " or sale by B. Earl and Co., . Thornhill and Co., J. Gracie, Howlett ,Id Black, " Oceolo" shampoo, by IH. Di.,r. hairdreesser, and all storkeepers. ALWAYS T&AKE IT. " I always take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy whenever I have a cold," writes Mrs A. Preston, 51 King-William St., Fitzroy, Vic. "I first took it when I had an attack of influenza and I got relief at once. Now I always keep a bottle in the house and never lose an opportunity to recommend it to others. I know dozens of people who look on Chamber lain's Cough Remedy as a part of their household effects." ...
BOWLS. MARYBOROUGH V. CLUNES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 March 1914
BOWLS. MARYBOROUGHI V. CLUNES. An enjoyable three-rinks match was played on the local green be ween the Maryborough and Clunes Bowling Clubs. The visitors were met at the railway station by the president (Mr R. H. Earl) and executive of the local club, and en tertained at lunch at the Mi'Ivor hotel. The game was closely con tested, and 19 heads had been played when rain stopped play, the scores being: Maryborough .. .. 51 Clunes .. - .. 44 President Earl, in felicitous terms, proposed the health of the Clunes Club, and humorously remarked that on the occasion of a recent visit of Maryborough bowlers to Clunes they were unable .to play because the sprinklers were -on the green; that afternoon, however, Providence had supplied the sprinklers and in terrupted the game. Mr John Phillips, president of the Clunes Club, responded, and invited Maryborough to play the return match at Clunes on Wednesday, 25th inst.
MAJORCA RACE CLUB. ANNUAL SMOKE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 March 1914
MAJORCA RACE CLUB. ANNUAL SMOKE SOCIAL. A pleasant evening was spent by a large assemblage in the Majorca Town Hall last evening, the occasion being the annual smoke social of the local race club. The chair was co cupied by Mr D. R. Bilton, who welcomed all present, and apologised for the unavoidable absence of the President, Mr J. R. Wight, Mr H. Deady, senr., and Mr T. Fawcett. After the loyal toast had been honored, the Chairman made a few appropriate remarks concerning the successful season the club had en enjoyed. The balance-sheet presented by the secretary (Mr A. J. Stephens) showed receipts totalling £133 10s 2d, the items being :-Balance, £23 is 8d; donations and members' tickets, £28 19s 6d; entries, £11 10 ; gate takings, £25 is 6d; book Smakers, £17 17s 6d; privileges, £27,. The chief items of expenditure were -Prize money, £56; labor, £12 6s 8d; printing, £11 4s 6d. A balance of £43 3s 6d was stated, and assets were given at £60 18s 6d. The balance-sheet was adopted on ...
EDDINGTON RACES. LARRY WINS HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 March 1914
EDDINGTON RACES. LARRY WINS HANDICAP. Last year the Eddington Race Club's ( annual meeting was held on a Satur- J day, but the gathering for 1914 was brought back to the original Wednes day. Bright weather was experienced a for the meeting, which took place on the Eddington racecourse on Wednes- r day last, but it was a trifle hot in the 1 sun, and the south wind blew too much dust about the secretary's room. There was a good attendance at the meeting, the comparison with previous years being favorable. The programme opened a good deal ] later than the fixed hour, and, as a result, the whole of the events were kept behind time. This is a matter the club should see to, for, when visitors come from long distances-a distancea from Maryborough to Bendigo was represented-they want to get awayf before dark. It would certainly be ad- I visable for the club, too, if they wish to carry on to the best purpose, to have the meeting registered. This may not stop all the " crook" work introduced ...
GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 March 1914
GUN CLUB. At the monthly shoot of the Have- lock Gun Club held on Saturday last, sweepstakes were divided by the fol- lowing :-No. 1, E. Hawke, A. Rowland, &nbsp; and "Dalton"; No. 2, E, Hawke, J. &nbsp; Hawke, and "Dalton." During the afternoon, the president of the club, Mr A. J. Rowland, re- ferred to the approaching departure of their secretary and treasurer, Mr E. J. Pascoe. Mr. A. J. Stephens, President of the Gun Club's Association, said he had been asked to make the presentation of a travelling bag and rug as a mark of &nbsp; the esteem in which he was held by the club. Mr Pascoe was a good, clean sport, and his departure was deoeply re- gretted by sportsmen generally. Mr Pascoe made a suitable response,
RIOT IN DUBLIN. LARKINITES V. POLICE. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 March 1914
LARKOINITEs v, POLICE. LONDON, FRIDAY. nheroe was a serious disturbancein Dublin to-day, the police and the unemployed coming into conflict. Captain J. R. White, D.S.O,, son of the late Fieid-Marhal Shir George White, led a procession of suppor ters of Larkin to see the Lord Mayor of Dubolin to-d ay, that they might demand work for the unemployed. Captain White was armed with a blackthorn, and his followers had staves. The processionists en countered a body of police whom Captain White ordered to clear the road. A serious conflict ensued, and eventually the police dispersed the crowd by vigorously using their batons. Several of the rioters were so severely injured that they had to be taken to a hospital. Captain White, who was injured in the face, Swas arrested. tIn Novembebr last Captain White began to drill the strikers in Dublin with the idea of forming a force to Soppose the Ulster army.]