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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 March 1914
Business NotUceas. -s:;Y ".... . . . ,.;""rýu ; :o = Mt . ? SHOW DAY AT~ LUCAS'S, TODAY. VERY woman is interested more or less in the Fashions, and every woman who can make it convenient is invited to inspect the NEW MODES ON SHOW HERE. tNeyer 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, And at the price you will willingly pay. OF SPECIAL INTEREST Msu. MORAN (late of Lygon-street, Carlton), has taken over our DRESS MAKISG ROOMS, and will be prepared to make appointments with ladies from March 4th. We can S.ive you Money on your WINTIER COSTUME. One of the Finest Selections of NEW DRESS GOODS Outside tLe mnetropolie, and at LOWER PRICES THAN THEIRS. Thsy Come to us Direct from tbe Makers. EO. IAJLUCAS & CO., • [ • _ ....... . ?',.' .... ~ *.b Buasiness Notices. WHEN DISCUSSING PLANS FOR THE FUTURE G IVE special consideration to the FURNITURE...
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 March 1914
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. In connection with the athletic competitions between the Northern District High Schools, which are to be held on Prince's Park oval on Wednesday, May 6, the Minister of Public Instruction has granted a special holiday to all the schools concerned. In a communication from the Education department, Mr Bateman, principal of the High School, has been notified of the in tention of the Director of Education, Mr F. Tate, M .A, to be present.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 March 1914
THE scattered forces of Liberalism, torn by dissension and ruled by antagonistic interests, can never hope to successfully vindicate a great cause in face of a solid and united and splendidly organised Labor party. Differences must be adjusted, sectional interests must remain in abeyance, and the national well being must be made paramount before ever Liberalism can hope to convince the Australian people and secure an effective administrative authority at the double dissolution of the Federal Parliament that may be precipitated within the nest few months. Those who speak with inside knowledge warn us that such an appeal is now inevitable.; and, to their admonition, they. add, "Or "ganise, organise, organise !" The Federal Labor leader has begun his Commonwealth campaign in good time, flattering one section of the people with false hopes, and exciting it on occasion to unreasonable bitter ness. And Liberalism and its leaders are slop to respond, because, focsooth, there are some disag...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 March 1914
DEATHS. CLARK.-On the 12th. March, at the residence of her son-in-law (Mr R. F. R. Dunball), Criterion Hotel, Ryrie street, Geelong. Ann. widow of the late Captain R. B. Clark, and dearly loved mother of Mrs E. M. Dunball. Aged 83 years. Psace, perfect peace. WILLIAM?s.-At Timor, on the 17th inst., Edwin Garfield Williams, beloved son of Joseph and Mary Williams. Aged 27 years. The funeral will leave his parents' resi dence, Timor, at 4 p.m. on THURSDAY, for the Timor Cemetery. DU BOURG BROS., Undertakers. IN MEMORIAM. ALLIsoN.-In sad but loving remem brance of our dear daughter and sister, Isabel (Dolly) Allison, who died at Bowenvale on 17th March, 1913. Best in peace. -Inserted by her loving parents, brothers and esisters. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1914.
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 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 eeterday afternoon: INVESTMENTS. Amalg. Zinc-b 2S;86, a 29/ ARARAT DISTRICT. Gathcart-b 2/11, a 3/3, sales 3/ Cathcart (paid)- a 3/, sales 2/10 Cathcart Central-b 26/10, s 28/, sales 29/ to 27/9 Cathcart Victory-s 11/9 Central Langi-b 2/1, s 2/6 Great Langi-b 2/6, a 2/8, sales 2/8, 2/6 Langi N.-b 3/11, s 4/1, sales 4/ Dew Langi-b 29/6, a 30/, sales 29/6 Upper Langi-b 9d, s 103, sales lOd BEAUFORT DISTRICT. Beaufort Deep Lead-s 2/9 Hope-s 12/ Hope Ext. -b 4/, s 4/6 Hope N.-b 10111, a 12/, sales 11/ Hope S.-b 2/6, s 2/9 Hope Ext. W.-b lid, a 1/, sales 11 BALLARAT DISTRICT. Llanberris No. 1-b 8/6, s 91 N. Woab Hawp-b 3/1 BERRINGA AND 8CARSDALE. Birthday Tunnel -e 2 olden Reefs-b 2/5, s 2/8 New Jubilee-b 1/6, s 2/1 Scarsdale-b 3/7, s 3/9 Williams' Fancy-b 281, a 29/ DAYLESFORD DISTRICT. A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 March 1914
TWO SIGNALS. There are two seriout eignals of kidney ills. The first signal comes from the back, with numerous aches and pains, and the second signal comet in the kidney secretions. The urine is thin and pals, or too highly colored and showing a "brick-dust"-like deposit. Urination is Infrequent, too frequent, or excessive. You should heed these danger signals before chronic complications set in Diabetes, Dropsy, Bright's Disease. Take Doan's Backache Kidney Pills in time, and the cure ii simple. Mr W. H. Tregoning. Avoca, says: "For the past ten years I have had trouble with the secretions, and pains in the back. I had a lot of treatment for these ailments, but got no relief until I used Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. The fact that I had not proper control over the secretions, and that they scalded, were the most disagreeable features of my ailment, although the pain in my back was very bad. When I got up in the morning I could not stand estraight, but would have to walk bent double...
DISTRICT NEWS. BOWENVALE. CYANIDE WORKER INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 March 1914
DISTHRICT NEWS. BOWENVALE. CYANIDE WORKER INJURED. A young man named Thomas Holt met with a painful mishap on Friday last. He was working at Messrs Burkitt and Finlayson's cyanide works, emptying a vat, when the slum fork used by another work man struck Holt's hand with such force that one of the sharp prongs entered his thumb at the top and came out near the hand. He was taken to the Maryborough Hospital, where his injuries were attended to, and he was able to proceed to his home.
MADAME HOPKINS LEASE FORFEITURE APPLIED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 18 March 1914
MADAME HOPKINS LEASE FORFEITURE APPLIED FOR. The well-known Madame Hopkins lease at Homebush was the subject of dispute in the Warden's Court at Maryborough yesterday. Ogwen Jones, a Melbourne manufacturer, applied for the forfeiture of the lease in question, embracing 520 acres, at -present held by James Clements. Mr E. F. G. Jolley, M.A., LL.M., appeared to support the ap plication, and Mr E. S. Herring, re presented the present holder of the lease. In opening the case, Mr Jolley said the facts were extremely simple. The present holder of the lease had been granted this in October, 1912, and had not done a stroke of work on the ground. Applicant was pre pared to go on and develop the lease as it should be. As far as the out side world could judge, there was no intention on the part of the holder to go on, and it was not right to allow land to be thus blocked. Ogwen Jones, manufacturer, of Melbourne, in evidence, said he had known the area in question for 22 years. He had been inte...
PIGEON HOMING. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 March 1914
SPIGEON. HOM:ING. The Maryborough Hcming Club on 'Wednesday held the Ut young birds' rncs for the eason, the liber tion taking puLa at Bclib: Th followin is h res lt ...... . S M'Nee's blu- bar, he%, ,. "I.I S40' Sit; B. CoIrnan's bolu, ch. ' . -, ve' i 67.200.5, 2nd ; R. ?Firman bu-.e ch. cook, vl. 452,3232, Srd; H. biA. son's blue ch. cook, 4t' ; J, 3itl-, blue ch. cook, 5th. The president, Mr ,- M. d.o,-' bill, is aain dona ting", .lu b:i trophy for the loft i~~t : -1 , .'. lmolt number of poits i i the you bird and old bird rAo :...Is, point ; 2nd, 3 points; 3 o bird oalooaLed in t im liit r, oiot
RABBIT COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 March 1914
RABBIT COURSING. The >ccond rmeetingc of the Fox T?idel ourCain Club was held at the how round a on Wednesday afternoo. The??re , a good atten dance, and the gate ceipts were a mrhed imporovemont on the open ing moting. The general arrange. monts vere -o of a, more satis f?atory charactor. Thre stakes were provided, and Chjre ;.s a good entry for each. 5r ? A judge, and H" J. _or ai ? is4?er, gave general n isf'uaction, z " t details of the mneeting a.- ", rranged o ? R. LibThei competing dogs included two from Ballarat, one, Penny Dip bine: runner-up in the Novice Stkis. The reult of fin'I course in each event was as pollows :- N ovico Ptah ca (: `1:n--"-'G. dore's' Lady P.rinose `ta. : R. Clark.', Penny Dip. Open StaIr ('T entries),.-D. tono 's T.. . e s b;t R. .,- au s Jack, .uaplmit.ry St.ke (13 antries). oA.i a alyri0r beat .. >conmt's Fli C
THE TRIUMPH OF MARGARINE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 March 1914
THE TEIUMFH OF MARGARINE, The seriousness to the colonial far mer of the increasing substitution of margarine for butter is made clear in I a letter from Mr H. Campbell Jones, in "The Times," Mr Jones emphasis os the success of the manufacturers in eliminating the distinctive taste of margarine. Only yesterday, margar ine was regarded as an unpleasant art iole of diet, eaten only by the poor. It was pleasant neither to the palate nor the eye. But the chemist in the employ of the manufacturer has work ed so skilfully that to-day even ex ports were deceived. The average man will assert confidently that he cannot eat margarine, and that it could not be palmed off on him, but it is quite probable that he eats it frequently, without recognising it. An Australian butter expert who recently visited a margarine faotory was astonished to find that the product of animal fats and cocoanut was not at all unpleasant, and that even his skill in sampling but ter could not detect it from good but t...
COCOANUT OIL FOR CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 20 March 1914
COCOANUT OIL FOR CALVES. In the "Bulletin of Agricultural In telligence and Plant diseases," results are given by Dr. Paul -ohupple of ex pernients carried out for eight years in which cocoanut fat was us in rearing calves as a substitute for butter fat. This substance contains 99 per cent, of pure fat, and is thq cheapest vegetable fat obtainable. The fat and skim-milk were used in the proportion of 35 grains of fat to i litre of milk (56 oz. to the gallon), heated to 60 deg, 0. and passed through an emulsion drum. A milk containing 38 per cent. of fat was thus obtained at a cost of 41d per gal lon. For satisfactory results the milk must he made fresh each time. It was fcund that calves could be reared much more economically on emulsion milk than on a mixture of whole and skim milk, and that there was no differenc in the final weight of calves reared ae t ording to these two systems.