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A HOME-MADE HAIR GROWER, THAT DOES MARVELS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 March 1914
A HOME-MADE HAIR GROW'ER, THAT DOES MARVELS. During the last few years an nouncements have appeared occasion ally telling how to make a really good hair tonic that would actually make the hair grow, and it gives us great pleasure to learn that so many who have tried it have obtained such remarkable results. One lady writes that immediately after reading the formula, she went to her chemist and had him put up as directed, ounce of Lavona de Composee, dram Menthol Crystals, and 3 ounces Bay Rum. She took this home, and although her hair has been falling out terribly and she was threatened with baldness, she was astonished and delighted to note that the falling out of the hair stopped immediateiy, and the hair itself began to grow in an amazing manner. In fact, she states that it has already grown nearly 8 inches in a little over two months. Moreover, her hair is now brighter, glossier and more luxuriant than ever and is still growing. She rubbed the tonic into the roots twice a day fo...
BEAUTIFUL WEDDING GOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 March 1914
BEAUTIFUL 'EDD niaG pOW Feminine readers wiill be inte.re ited in descriptions of some beautiful gowns worn by recent London brides. Soft cream velvet ninon was chosen for the wedding dress worn by the Hon Eva. St. Johln. k The material was very beautiful and made a novel change in the bridal choice. FPine cream lace formed the dainty corsage, which had long, t-ight lace sleeves, finished at the wrists with a ruffle, quite the most becoming de sign there could be for framing the hands. A full. court train was sls pended from the shoulders, composed of fine Brussels net, lined with the 'al eat pink chiffon, and embroidered ;with pearls, and the beauty of it wvas fur ther enhanced by a lovely piece of old Honiton lace artistically arranged upon it. A tulle veil was worn with the toilette, and a wreath of real orange blossoms and myrtle. The bride's going-away d&lt;ress is made of amethvst oharmeusse, trimmed with spider lace and roses. Another fashionable bride chose a toilett...
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 March 1914
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The Maryborough Agricultural Society met at the Hotel Bull and Mouth. on Friday afternoon. The President (Mr F. H. Brown) occu pied the chair, and there were also present-Messrs J. Douglass, S. Lloyd, J. Trembath, J. Galloway, F. Walker, G. Butler, D. Bucknail, J. Shields, W. H. Stevenson (trea surer), and J. Lewtas (secretary). The Chamber of Agriculture wrote, stating that the executive had already moved in opposition to the duty on superphosphates. The secretary reported on the pro gress made with arrangements for the forthcoming fruit and flower show, which promises to be very suc cessful. It was agreed to call ten ders for various privileges in con nection with the show, and to in quire regarding the engagement of the Citizens' Band for the first evening. The annual meeting of the society will be held next month.
MISSIONARIES IN CHINA. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 March 1914
MISSIONARIES IN4 CLUNA. LONDON, F.aoY. Reacessuring news was received to day by the China Inland Misseeion regarding the safety of the e'v . Mr Lagerguist and his family, .and the Misses Jane and Emily Black, :nd Miss Emily King, 1hom, it was feared, might have been murdered by the Chinese brigands, who e~cked Loko-kou, where these min ,onaries are stationed. A message to hand state , how ever, that the party is safe.
SALE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 March 1914
SALE OF CROWN LANDS. A sale of Crown lands in fee simple was held at the courthouse, Maryborough, on Th:':,fay last. The following lots were sold : 1 acre 3 roods 3 perches. Alma. J. A. M'Connell, upset price, £5 the lot. 1 acre, Amherst.-Walter Baker, upset price, £3 the lot. 3 acres, Amherst (the old police reserve).-W. E. Gane, upset price, £6 the lot. 9 acres 3 roods 36 perches, Talbot. -P. W. Salmon, upset price, £15 the lot. 10 acres 2 roods 29 perches, Majorca.-Honor White, upset price, £10 15s the lot. 5 acres 2 roods 16 perches, Majorca. -James Nisbet, upset price, £11 5s the lot. 3 acres, Majorca.-T. Harrington, upset price, £12 the lot. 5 acres 3 roods 5 perches, Majorca. -George Deady, upset price, £11 15s the lot. 6 acres 3 roods 38 perches, Majorca.-Gibbs Bros., upset price, £14 the lot. 6 acres 1 rood 10 perches, Majorca. -Gibbs Bros., upset price, X12 15s the lot. 12 acres 1 rood 19 perches, Majorca.-Gibbs Bros., upset price, £24 15s the lot. 12 acres 1 rood 17 perch...
TWAIN AND HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 March 1914
TWAIN AND HIMSELF. Mark Twain in his lecturing days was to appear in a small town. He arrived there in the afternoon and went to a barber's to be shaved. "You are a stranger in the town, sir?" the barber asked. "Yes, 1 am a stranger here," was the reply. "We're having a good lecture here to-night, sir," said the barber. "Mark Twain is to hddrees us. Are you going to hear him "' "Yes, I think I will," said Mr. Clemens. "Have you got your. ticket?" the barber asked. "No, not yet," said Mark. 'Then, sir, you'll have to stand." "Dear me I" Mr. Clmemns ezolaimed. "It seems to me aso if I always have to stand when I hear that man Twain lec ture !"
WRITERS AND WRITINGS. LITERARY NOTES AND VERSES. RECOLLECTIONS OF LAMB. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 March 1914
W WRITINGS. LITERARY NOTES AND VERSES. RECOLLECTIONS OF LAMB. In 1818 the much-loved Charles Lamb, poet and essayist, thought his literary career over, and col lected his works in two volumes, which he dedicated to Martin Burney (a friend of about his own age) in a sonnet ending with the beautiful lines : In all thy threading of this worldly maze (And I have watehed thee almost from a child), Free from self-seeking, envy, low design, I have not found a whiter soul than thine. This is the letter that accompanied the dedicatory sonnet : Dear Lad,-As I shall always call you, no matter how grey you become or how senile you talk-this is the sonnet which I wish to inscribe on a fly-leaf of my works-woRKs I do you hear ?-so that they may have at any rate one page of which I shall never feel ashamed. For the rest I alternate between misgiving and a feeling that a few things may be neatly said, but whether I would like to burn them or write them all over again I am undecided. Am I clear ? My...
AMBASSADOR'S JOKE. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 March 1914
AMBASSADOR'S JOKE, WASHINGTON, FrIDAY. Senator Chamberlain (Oregon), who took a prominent part in secur ing the passing of a resolution de manding an explanation from Mr Walter H. Page, U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain, in regard to his speech in London on Wednesday night, was shown a message to-day stating that Mr Page had explained that he was joking when he referred to the British use of the Panama Canal and the Monroe Doctrine. The Senator remarked that, ambas sadors ought not -to joke about matters, which as President Wilson stated in his recent Congressional message, might provoke war,
ANNA. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 March 1914
ANNA. The pale discrowned stacks of maize Like spectres in the sun, Stand shivering nigh Avonaise, Where all is dead and done. The sere leaves make a music vain, With melancholy chords; Like cries from some old battle plain, Like clash of phantom swords. But when the maize was lush and green With musical green waves, She went, its plumed ranks between, Unto the hill of graves. There you may see sweet flowers set O'er damsels and o'er dames Rose, Ellen, Mary, Margaret The sweet old quiet names. The graveo3tones show in long array, Though white, or green with moss, How linked in life and death are they The Shamrock and the Cross. The Grave-stones face the Golden East, And in the morn they take The blessing of the Great High Priest, Before the living wake. Who was she ? Never ask her name; Her beauty and her grace Have passed with her poor little shame, Into the Silent Place. In Avonaise, in Avonaise, Where all is dead and done, The folk who rest there all their days Care not for moon ...
FIRE TRAGEDY. PANIC AMONG ITALIANS. POLICE USE CLUBS. NEW YORK, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 March 1914
FIRE TRAGEDY, PANIC AMONG ITALIANS. POLICE USE CLUBS. NEW YORK, FR??AY. Remarkable scenes took place early to-day during a fire at an Italian apartment-house in Bridge port, Connecticut. There were 50 lodgers in the house when the fire broke out and the alarm was followed by a bad panic. A number of police dashed into the building and found the inmates fighting fiercely to gain egress from the wrong exits. As the frightened people would not be induced to listen to reason, the policemen used their clubs to drive them out, but even these drastic measures failed to save the lives of three people, who were burned to death. Several others were injured.
AT THE GATES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 March 1914
AT THE GATES, How long, how long, oh night? The delicate fabric of the stars is frayed Where dawn lets in the light; And, in the scented glade, The thrushes thread day's lattices, and sing The end of your impassioned sorrowing. I see your glittering tears Scattered upon the lawn's awaking green; The bitter knowledge of the bitter yeara Since ever love has been Lies in your deep, kind breast, and with the day You mourn poor human love, that dies away. How long, how long, oh night? Across your hours I have fulfilled the task of my delight, I .have won rapturous lethargy of flowers; But day unfolds, and I shall keep my song How long, oh night, oh, wanton love, how long? -Richard Middleton, in "Poems and Songs."
SUNDOWN AND SUNDAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 March 1914
SUNDOWN AND SUNDAWN. I sat at sunset by the sea, And watched the wavelete flecked with gold, Till thoughts came o'er me manifoldi Of present things, and things to be. Within the sun's fierce furnace glow, I saw a craftsman, strong and brave, Strike on that anvil cross the wave, And heard each hammer's measured brow. He forged the gates that seal th west, In faiahing'gem and burnishid gold, Ee closed them slowly, and beholds M?lyworld was dark, and lay at rest. And yet the craftsman labored still, STo forgethe eastern gate so bright. And opening them: the peaceful light, Flooded the distshnt vale and hill. My world was black-all wrappegin night, The watchmen moved with mu[ffd sound, In yonder world new joy was found, In the sweet coming of the light. -Frederick Warner.
COMMERCIAL. MR JAS. LEWTAS'S WEEKLY MARKET. MARYBOROUGH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 March 1914
(JOMME kCIAL. MR JAS. LEWTA S'S WEEKLY MARKET. M.AP.YBOaOUG , Friday. Mr James LewtaE, auctioneea, reports that the following prices were ruling at his weekly market on Friday: Vegetables.-Cucumbers, 61 doz; pump kins, 7d to 1/3 each, and 5/ doz; marrows, 38J doz; beans, Id ib; parsnips, 1/6 doz. - :Fruit.-Pears, 2/ case: apples, 3/ to 4/ case; grapes, 2/9 to 4/6 case; figs, 2/ half-case. Dairy Produce.-Germans, 11id to 1/6 each. Poultry.-Turkeys, 3,6 each; fowls, 2/3 to 3/2 pair; ducks, 3/2 pair. Pigs.- Suckers, 22/6 and 30/ each.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 March 1914
E NG? AM ' TOMATO 8AUCB .' '.,. .:! :^ r: ... \^1? yow Use Ingramin Sauce there 's nothing wasted, Ingrzan's makes the plainant food teo Rood to Flea VG - JASo MINIFIE & CO., MARYBOROUGH FLOUR MILLS. 'PHONE 47. A. LAND, Manager. FLOUR, MEAL, BRAN, POLLARD and WHEAT,; AT CURRENT RATES.1 Notice to District Consumers. Our Bran and Pollard is Branded distinctly with our name (MINIFIE.) Ask for that Brand only and SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY.i DISTRICT FARMERS PLEASE NOTE W KHEAT IN ANY QUANTITIES, BOUGHT UP TO 10,000 BAGS. AND OATS :HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. CASH ON DELIVERY. For Wheat Delivered to the Mill id. per bus. above Melbourne equivalent given. ARTIFICIAL MANURES. ACUMING SMITH'S MANURES HANE THE LARGEST SALE IN AUSTRALIA. FARMERS-Send Your Orders at Once to H E. WILLIAMS, SOLE DISTRICT AGENT, n IGHi-STREET, MARYBOROUGH. HONESTLY RECOMD IENDED. "To anyone nsuffering from diarrhoea I can honeetly recommend Chamberlain's Colic and DiaTrrhoea Remedy as being the most satisfactory r...