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CARISBROOK STOCK MARKET. THURSDAY, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
UA SBROOJKU STOCK MAXRKET. THURSDAY, March 19. iMr Chas. Bucknall reports:-Supplies of. fat stock to-day were not sufficient for requirements, and an all-round increase in values resulted. In best cattle the rise was 5/ to 10/ per head, in sheep 6d to 1/, lambs 6d to 1/, and in the latter part of the sale I/ to 116. In point of quality the whole yarding was fully up to the average. Cattle.-48 head, 40 of which were fats ; prime bullocks, £11 to £12/12/6; good ditto, £9 to £10/10/; a few fat steers, .£6 /6 to £7/17/6; cows, from £5 to £7/5/. Fat Sheep-I373; crossbred wethers, 18/ to 20/; merino wethers, 1-1/5 to 18/8; ditto ewes, 12/7 to 15/4 (101 of the latter from "Rodborough Vale" averaging 14!). Store Sheep,-114 crossbred ewes, 2, 4, and 6-tooth, in lamb, 1717; 48 2-tooth do, 17/5; and 54 2 to 6-year-old do, 17/. Lambs.-218, 198 of " which realised from 15/9 to 18/; remainder emaia, 13/.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
DEATHS. CLABK.-On March 21, at Melbourne, Annie Evolyn, beloved wife of D. Q. Clark, of Carlyle-street, Maryborough. Aged 36 years. NIChOLLs.-At Bet Bet on 22nd inet., Olive Ivy, beloved daughter of Tom and Edith Nicholls. Aged 19 years. The funeral leaves deceased's parents' residence, Bet Bet, at 3 o'clock THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON for the Timeor Cemetery. DU BOURG BROS.,- Undertakers. MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1914.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
VISIT LUCAS & CO.'S TO-DAY FOR Matchless -- - Values And Unrivalled -- --- - Diversity in the Newest------ -- --- --Styles For Autumn ----- Wear OUR Autumn Season has begun. Never in the history of the store has there 'been assembled such a selec tion of Seasonable Goods in every section as to-day. Our special representative in the old world has secured for us some remarkable values in up-to-the-minute goods which will certainly please. if you await the inspirational impulse as to what to wear this season, study the styles here. THE READY-TO-WEAR COSTUMES, Of these we have a big selection in Coat and Skirt and one-piece styles. selected from the best Enclish and Aus tralian manufacturers. Tnley come in Navy Twills, Tweeds, Serges, Venetian Cloths, Silks and Laces. There are scarcely two alike, and in point Oi style and price attractiveness, they wi.! cer tainly arrest attention. SDetails of some secured rom English manufacturers by our representative at first cost. We instan...
CATHOLIC FEDERATION. A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
CATHOLIC FEDERATION. A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. The second annual report of the Victorian branch of the Australian Catholic Federation has been issued by the State council. It shows that 356 branches of the Federation have been formed in Victoria, with about 5000 workers as members of the branch councils. Over 40,000 mem bers were enrolled during last year. Prominence is given in the report to the education question, in connec tion with which public meetings have been held in all the important centres throughout Victoria. One I hundred thousand copies of a leaflet dealing with the question have been distributed. The State council ex presses a determination to persist in bringing under the notice of fair minded non-Catholics the injustice of the present system as it affects Catholic citizens. The federation is also actively opposing the proposal to introduce sectarian teaching into the public schools of Victoria. It contends that a question involving the conscientious rights of any citizen i...
TAKE NO OTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
TAKE NO OTHER. I"Fori nine years I suffered with:a liver disorderaniid tried numerous /medicines, o.btainhng vervy little- relief," writes Miss E?Esther oJ. :Cooles, ?iajor's reek, N.S.W. "After -takiung -Chamberlain's Tablets regularly: for a- fortnight I found I was great:ly benefited,'.. and • am- know com pletely ? restored °t: o health, My father, wh6o is 79; isii an iivalidanid is troubled withl constipaBtion i:buti has obtained the greatest benefit fr' from Chamberlain's Tabletss;. Rathli'er.: than..: use any others niedicinie we havei oftien senit into Braid wood,. .that? is. twenty m?.imiles away, for Chabeibainlaii's i- ablets: :For sale by B. Earl and CoD: .:TThornhill and Co.;; J. Gracie;, Howlett ::ia~dl Black. '"Oceolo'? shampoo, :.byiH:Deidy, hairdresser, and all storekeepers. The midinattes of .the famous dress. making e;stablishmeniits of the Rue de la PIaii have devised a ingenious plan for findin huisbindsd. They have founded. a mixed clubt called theb Trente er "...
PEOPLE'S LIBERAL PARTY SOCIAL AT MASONIC HALL. SPEECH BY SENATOR M'COLL. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
PEOPLE'S LIBERAL PARTY SOCIAL AT MASONIC HALL. SPEECH BY SENATOR M'COLL. A very successful social, under the auspices of the women's branch of the People's Liberal Party, was held in the Masonic Hall on Friday even ing. There was a large attendance, including many visitors from the country districts. Senator J. H. M'Coll, a member of the Federal Government, was present, and de livered an interesting address. Mr E. S. Herring, president of the men's branch of the People's Liberal party, occupied the chair, and in opening the proceedings compli mented the ladies on the activity displayed by their branch, which now numbered 100 members, and one of the objects of the meeting that evening was to agument that number, -Senator M'Coll, who had an enthusiastic reception, expressed pleasure at having been afforded an opportunity of visiting and speaking at Maryborough. This was not his first visit to the town, having had occasion some years ago, when Minister of Water Supply, to come here in ...
TO CURE "SALT CELLARS." [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
TO CURE;"SALT CELLARS." No one need have` a scraggy neck arid obvious salt-cellars, even if they a-.re thin;, writ.es a correspondeiint to a London paper. I used to be %terribly affliited in ithat: way, and -:could:.never wear ia collarless blouse or decolette frock wikthl any de greegr of `beoomingnes s. : Now :all my:efinds envy my 'full) firm &lt;throat--; e xio loose skin under my chin, and not sign of a salt cellar. A :friend. who- has .studied physical iulture inn Swedeni :taught. me three head aind neckl exercises, which *have had such a :-good.result; that I feel I would be quite selfish to keep them to imyself:, When -doing theso exercises, t?he neck uhould be are, The - best :,plan is to do them in a dressing jacket, but as it is advisable to do them at in -ervals. during. the day, as well as night and: morning, and at such times: it is not convenient to take off one's blouse, .the neck-band and:the top hooks should be unfastened. Now, for the exercisea; la.:- Stan...
NIGHT WATCHMAN ATTACKED. GAGGED AND BOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
GAGGED ATD BOCOUND. Still weak from his injurins, a i Ab watchman told a dramatic stot Zry at \Wet Ham recently of being attacked, and bound and gagged, whiest he wa looking aftar his moloy-r'a uroer~y. In the dock were Johan lliotT, cos - monger; Daniel Johnson, clerk: ;ober Scales, and James Lott, lIbourers, charged with bur lariously brearkin? and entering premises in Green Street, Upton Park, and stealing ewe!llery val ued at £86/16/, the property of Wil liam Hallam Norris, pawnbroker and jeweller. They were also charged wit-h causing grievous bodily harm to George Robe, the night watchman. Accused are alleged to have gagged and bound Robe, who was in oharge of prose~ut or's premises, and by means of !his key to have entered the shop. Of the iewellery missing about £50 worth was recovered, some being found on Scales and some at his house; where Elliott and Johnson were arrest0Ed. Scales was arrested by a constable, who a few hours before the burglary had seen the four men togeth...
MARYBOROUGH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
MARYBOROUGH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST. OF SUBSCRIBERS, Name. No. " Advertiser" Office .. ... .11 Albion Hotel .. .; ... 29 Bank of Victoria., ... ... 53 Bennell, C. B.. (senior lineman)... 63 Brewery (and private residence) 12 SBrownbill, GE~M.? .;.. ... 49 jBurge, HV . .r.. . . . 50 Bulland Month hotel ... ... 2 Cleary, J. N.... ... .. ... 8 Colman and Lardner .. .. 39 Commercial Hotel... .. ...67 Court House..: ... .. ... 45 Crameri E. ::. ... . .. 22 OCrooks, J. B. ... ... ... 70 Davey, Noah... ... ?... . 82 Deane, Dr.E.W, .E.W . ... 3 ,. .3 A. D. Douglas . ... ...S34 . Douglas and Son (F. Fisher) ..; 17 Edwards and Co. ... .. ., 11 Fire Brigade.:. ... ... ... 381 - Flour Mills ... ... .. 47. Garde, Dr G. E:... .. . ... 26 Gas Company ... ..., ..61 Guthrie Bros..: .:. .. 75 Harris,I. .... . ... .... 8 Herring, . .... ... ..... i1 :-Hoewlett and :Black . ..... ... Hospital .. .. . .24 SHubble Bros:.. . .. 4 Jolley, . E. F. G. . . . Kennedy, :J. P... ...64 Laird Mrs.. . . . 32.... l...
WOMAN'S DREAM OF HER FATHER. VISION THAT CHANGED A WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
WOIMAN'S DREAMlN OF HER FATHER. VISION THAT CHANGED A WILL. A wealthy woman who was said to have altered her will because of a dream in which her father appeared to her figured in a case heard in the Loudon Probate Court last monrth? The woman was the late ate me. mma Josephine Pilot, of Vine House, Park road, Surbiton, who inherited £4000 a year from her father, M. Daniel Nich olas Nicol, formerly proprietor of the Cafe Royal, Regent street. M. Nicol made a fortune of about £300,000. Mine. Pilot made a will leaving her property: to M. Pilot., but afterwards signed a codicil leaving to her children by a previous marriage £3000 a yea; and to M. Pilot £1000 a year. M. Pilot contested the codicil, and alleged undue influence on the part of mine Nicol, Mme. Pilet's mother. Mr- Burn, a solicitor, said Mine. Pilot before making the codicil, told him of a strange dream she had-that her father spoke to her, saying "You ought not to leave all this money away from your children." The result w...
CITIZENS' BRASS BAND. ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
CITIZENS' BRASS BAND. ANNUAL REPORT. The annual meeting of the Citizens' Band will be held at the Fire Brigade Station on Wednesday evening next at 8 o'clock. Sub scribers are specially requested to attend. The committee will present the following report and balance sheet : COMMITTEE'S REPORT. Again we have the pleasure of sub mitting for your approval, the following review of the band's affairs during the past year. As you all know, the band has to depend on the public and its own efforts for support. Finance.-The balance-sheet shows a debit balance of £41 6s 7d. The total re ceipts from all sources during the year amounted to £364 1Ss 7d, and the ex penditure for the same period, £4065s 2d. The general statement indicates that the assets over liabilities amount to £418 13s 5d. We are proud to eay that the band, under the leadership of Bandmaster Quinn, is steadily improving. Town Subscriptions,--It is pleasing to note that our subscribers have increased during the past year, the t...
SHE KNEW SOMETHING. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
6 liE KNEW SOMETHIENG. 'And do you doubt my I&lt;weP" 'he asked passionately., "No, Samuel." she answered, w.itlh admirable tact: "but when you 'say: that tho day you call me youis'wiBill: usher in sa, era of lifelong ideotion' and tender solicitude you--pardoi?'me, dear'--you put it on a trifle too thick.l: SYou ec -m to forgot, Samuel, taiatI'taiiia: 1a widow ." :' ; xAin rxii nzing story told in coneofitriou with the murder of an Italian-'Dnahd. Dominilc Gi-iamanca illustrates .":*thei cailous sacrifice of life among certaii' classes in "evw York. A witness toldbof: an nrran'gcvlen t man'e for ite crime. QOn Christmas 'morni;g six conspiratiors"uiet, at a club i; Brooklyn to decide who^ shiuid kili ii;o victimn. A-w the bell8iof the c'luri'e:s were ringing out 'th Chrisitn;a-s iei.;': Giamanca was led into.: an i ar-'i'ti'nt and hurled terror stricken in-o a cor:e' where hlie could wa.ch the d:,i;.' , th oi ardd which iwas to decide wbi',i ot the six mnca shouli be his ix...
FARM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
' a-,gims---I-~' "''~ L FARM NOTEk, Working horrcwi should tbo i-,wl 1-!i. Tho wealth of a nation ic: reacsurod by the productive power of it. farms. It is a mistaki e o k-.:-U, moro sheop than can be fed and wat-red -onomio ally. Small feeds, in re.ui.- a.re the bcst, as there i: no :"iste and the food Js alw ays swiei., Each horse in the team should have a well-fitting collar. Careless fitting wibl result in sore whoulders. The Morino ewe, because of its val uable fleec-,e is a usoful amset on the farm. Thi largo ftramed type will roar a profitable lamb when mated with t.he Shronshire ram. Se-era- Malco farmora consider that on ne mialleo country, it pays better. in *the case o3 anyt -hig less than a; nine-bushe' l co'o to use a stri rV .: in- sread of t-ho hari-esiter. In hayma.ki'g, it is a oommt ? prac-. tico that sheaves should bo left half a da: beforoe sooking, and from 30 to 45 sheaves should be put into a stook, It' should be left 12 to 16 days before cart ing. The best, m...
MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
MANAGERS' REPORTS. Beaufort Deep Leads, Beaufort.--Main east level-Work temporarily suspended, party of men driving east off north to locate trend of lead. No. 1 rise-North drive to 323ft., carrying 4ft. of strong wash, fair prospects. East off north to 42ft. in payable wash. Sluiced 11 fathoms from north drive for 8 oz 15.1 dwt of gold. Cathcart Central, Ararat.-No. 4/s rise-Work stopped temporarily. No. 3; rise-One party panelling small block near rise. No. 3 rise-Two parties panel ling and one crosscutting in payable wash. No. 2j rise-Two parties panelling in wash good value. South-east end-No. 1 branch-No. 1 rise-Three parties cross cutting in payable wash; south-west pros pecting drive off cockloft stopped, having proved the western reef bore at end of drive having gone through to sand at 14 ft. No. 2 branch-No. 2 rise-South-east off cockloft to 28ft.; trial machine averaged 2 oz per fathom. No. 3 rise Opened south-east and driven 16ft., wash at points of laths and poor; opened...
BEALIBA MINING. BEALIBA, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
BEALIBA MINING. BEALIBA, Saturday, Very satisfactory results continue to be met with on the Bealiba Allu vial leases with the boring rods. These have proved gold-bearing wash for a width of about 800ft. south of the shaft. A further series north of shaft are now being pro ceeded with. ' No. 1 from west boundary struck heavy boulders at 70ft. ; No. 2 is down to 80ft., not yet bottomed; and No. 3 has bottomed at 88ft., with fine gold in borings. These bores are 200ft. apart. The manager expects to have to go some distance east before striking the main west channel. Arrangements are being made for the installing of a steam hauling and puddling plant. At the Puzzle Flat mine the rise being put up has entered very rough wash at 22ft., from which very satis factory prospects are being obtained. Puzzle Flat Central.-The whole of the reserved shares in this mine having been disposed of, a steam winch and puddler is to be put on the shaft forthwith.
CENTRAL EXCELSIOR CO. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
CENTRAL EXCELSIOR CO. The acquisition of the well-known I Excelsior mine (better known locally as Wilson sand Shiell's), by the Central Excelsior Co., and the merg ing of the two properties into one, is of the utmost importance to the Maryborough mining district, and promises to give a decided impetus to the mining development of the Homebush reef system and the dis trict generally. The Excelsior reef furnishes a unique example of the success of the individual prospectors' efforts. Dis covered at " the 'grass" by Messrs Wilson and Shiell's, it has passed through, with unvarying success, the windiass and whip stages of mining, to the erection of an excellent wind ing and crushing plant, from the surface to the present level, 305ft. in depth, developing a well-settled and regular ore shoot, which has returned gold to the value of £40,000 down to 235ft. The lode which strikes about N, 60. E, and underlays north-west, may be termed an " east and west" reef. It occurs in a dioritic rock,...
DISTRICT NEWS. MAJORCA. DISTRICT PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. MAJORCA. DISTRICT PIC-NIC. At a fairly representative meeting of ladies and gentlemen held in the Majorca Town Hall on Thursday it was resolved to hold a district pio nic on Eight Hours' Day. The chair was occupied by the Mayor, Mr Albert Knight, and Messrs Jas. Beveridge and Ying were appointed joint secretaries. It was agreed that the meeting take something of the form of last year's jubilee gathering, although it is not proposed to make it anything like so colossal an affair as was held on that occasion. The pic-nio will be held as previously, on the vacant allotment opposite the Majorca post office. It is proposed to make the dominant feature of this year's gathering an enjoyable outing for the children attending the State schools of Majorca, Craigie and Cotswold. Nothing was said about a procession on this occasion, and the band will not be engaged unless a special effort is made to secure their services. A committee has been formed to hold a ball on the evening ...
HIGH COST OF LIVING GREATLY REDUCED By Trading for Cash with us. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 March 1914
HIGH COST OF LIVING GREATLY REDUCED By Trading for Cash with us. Best old Cheese, 6d lb. Full Cream Factory Butter, 1I 2d. Nice mild smoke A.N.A. Tobacco, 3a 6d ib; 3d oz. Enamelled Dippers, 6d. Enamelled Wash Dishes, 9d. Enamelled Preserving Pans, 4s 6d. Preserved Pines, 6%d tin. Big tin Sardines, 43d. Condensed Milk, 6Od. Powdered Milk, 6d lb. Sheep Tongues, 7.d. Flaked Rice, 231d packet. Mildura Raisins, 43d lb. Lemon Squash, ls bottle, Lime Juice, 7%d bottle. Raspberry Vinegar, 10d bottle. Yours for Cash, BERT EARL & 00., Cash Traders,