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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 March 1914
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. To prevent Iron Mould: Before us ing copper, well rub with a clean par affin rag. Be sure to always fill the copper quite full of water. When finished, never let the soapy water re main in with the idea of using it for. cleaning purposes, as this is almost sure to cause iron mould. A capital idea is to empty the copper before the fire is quite out. This enables it to become absolutely dry, therefore leav ing no chance for iron mould. Another remedy for ink stains: Well rub any ink stains in linen with a ripe toma'to cutc in hIalF,. rn 3ith (i n s -in ill quite disappear in the wash. This remedy also proved satisfactory in re moving ink from dark cloth, the art icle being sponged with cold rain water after tomato was applied. To remove egg stains: When table linen is stained with egg, it should be soaked in cold water before being sent ,- the laundry. The stains come out quite easily if treated in this way, but hoit. water sets them and makes them doubly hard to remo...
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 March 1914
MINING NE WS. THE SHAREMAR.KET. Mir Noah Davey, stock and sharebroker. High-street, Maryborough, reports the following closing quotations at the last meetings of the Melbourne and Ballarat stock exchanges yesterday afternooun: ARARAT DISTRICT. Cathcart-b 3/6, a 3/7, sales 3/6 Cathcart (paid)- b 3/6, s 3/9 Cathcart Central-b 29/6, s 30/ Cathcart Victory-b 1/5, s 1/9 CentraI Langi-b 2/3, s 2/9 Great Langi-b 2/3, 5 2/4, sales 2/3 Langi N.-b 3/, a 4/ Langi 5.-b 9/, s 11/ Langi S. (paid)--b 11/, a 12/ New Langi-b 29/4, a 29j9 Upper Langi-b 10d, a lId Upper Langi (paid)--b 2/6 BEAUFORT DISTRICT. Beaufort Deep Lead--s 26 Hope-b 4!, s 6/9 Hlope Ext.-b 3/9, a 4/1, sales 3/9 Hope Ext. W.-s 10d Hope N.-b 12/, a 12/6, sales 11/6, 12/1it Hope 8.--s 2/6 BALLARAT DISTRICT. Llanberris No. l--b 9/, a 10/ New Normanby--s 3] N. Woah Hawp-s 3/3 Vic. United-b 2/5, s 2/9 BERRINGA AND 8CARSDALE. Birthday Tunnel -e 21 Golden Reefs-b 1/6, s 2/6 New Jubilee-b 113, s 2/ Scarsdale-b 31, a 3/4 Williams' Fancy--...
CRICKET. BET BET V. DUNOLLY. BET BET, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 March 1914
CRiCK ET. BET BET V. DUNOLLY. BET BET, Tuesday. Bet Bet visited Dunolly on Satur day to finish the match started on the previous Saturday, and Dunolly scored their first win for the season. The Dunolly team certainly deserve praise for the way in which they played right through the season after losing their two best players With only about eight re.uiaru players they have kept all their en gagements and played a ,od: game every time. Scores : BET BET. Fir.t Inings. Patterson, run out ,,, ... ... ii H. Clover, c Pelletier, b' Game 5 J. Augustini, b Pdletier . 10 Jones, c Pe!letier b Game ... Robson, c andi b Game ..... 16 HIaberle, b Nichoilh .. ... 26 G, Augustini, b Game ..... 5 Albino, b Nicholli ... ... ... O Alderson, not out ... ...... 0 T. Chiswell, c Polinelli, b G;Omae 0 COnllum, b Nicholls.. .. .. Total . ... ... ... 76 Bowling.-Pelictier, i for 32S; Game, 5 for ?4-; Nichols, 3 for O. Second uInnings. Patterson, c Simonse, b Piletier 20 J. Augustini, b Game ... ... 5 Haberl...
DISTRICT NEWS. BET BET. DEATH OF MISS O. NICHOLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 March 1914
DISTRICT NfEWS. BET BET. DEATH OF MISS O. NICHOLLS, Quite a gloom was cast over the little community of Bet Bet when it became known that Miss Olive Nicholls, second daughter of Mr and Mrs T. Nicholls, had passed away early on Sunday morning. She had been suffering for some time, and was most patient through it all. The funeral, which took place on Monday afternoon, was a long one, 39 vehicles following the hearse which bore her to her last resting place, the Timor cemetery, showing the respect in which her parents are held, and how much she herself was beloved by all. Six of her classmates from the Bible class walked by the bearse--Misses R. Patterson, V. Kerr, T. Hill, R. Kin neberg, E Lunn and A. Lunn. The pall-bearers were Messrs T. Batty, J. Alderson, W. Alderson, F. Alderson, J. Scantleberry and W. Freemantle. While the coffin (which was of oak and silver-mounted) was being borne from the hearse to the grave, a verse of "Jesus, Lover of my soul" was sung. The hymn had been a f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 March 1914
Business lNotoies. VISIT LUCAS & CO.'S TO-DAY FOR dMatchless --- 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-WEAPR COSTUMES. Of these we have a big selection in Coat and Skirt and one-piece styles. selected from the best Ene!ish and Aus tralian manufacturers, TIuey come in Navy Tw-ill., Tweeds, Serges, Venetian Cloths, SilkE and Laces. There are scarcely two aike, and in point of style and Dnfce attractoirnes they wi!l cer tainly arrest attention. Detaiils of some secureid from Engliesh manufacturers by our repreeentative at fi...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 March 1914
LIBERALISM should score off the speeches which Mr. Fisher, as Leader of the Opposition, is delivering in the course of his four-thousand mile tour. These speeches show that, in spite of certain bellicose harangues of the rank and file, official Labor has no stomach for early battle. "There must be no double dissolu "tion," exclaims Mfr. Fisher, and he denounces the proposed appeal to the Governor-General as a ridiculous impertinence. Mr. Fisher gives his reasons for assuming that', when ap proached by Mr, Cook, the Governor will decline to send $enators to the country. The two test bills which the snate declined to pass last ses sion, and which will be resubmitted to it at a comparatively early date, are, Mr. Fisher contends, too trivial to justify a double dissolution. With Mr. Hughes, he tosses them contemptuously aside as having no practical bearing on any lire issue, and as being mere test measures in troduced for party purposes in, what Mr. Cook has called, "a battle oflI ' wit...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 March 1914
DEATHS. LAUDER--At Timer, on the 23rd Miarch, Betsey, relict of the late Simeon Lauder. Aged 88 years. - (Interred in the Timor Oemetery on the 24th inet,--Du Bourg Bros., undertakers.) ,lAYE?.-On 18th inet., at 60 Bunting street, Burnley, suddenly, Matthew Isherwood Mayer, Aged 82 years. Eldest son of late James Hyde Mayer, of Manchester, England, and loving husband of late Elizabeth Mayer; also, dearly loved father of Thomas (W.A.), Mrs R. Thewlis, .Mrs D. Thomas, the late Mrs J. Hardacre, Mrs A. Bowden, Oswald, Mrs W. Goldsworthy (S.A.), and Mrs J. Thomson. A colonist of 62 years. BEREAVEMENT CARDS. Mr and MIrs T. NICHOLLs and family desire to THANK their many friends for letters, cards, and telegrams received during their late sad bereavement, speci ally Dr Garde and Narse Ladd and the neighbors, for their kind attention and sympathy. Mr and Mrs JosEPH WILLIAMS and family tender their sincere THANKS to their many sympathisers for-telegrams, letters, cards, and floral tributes in...
MOTOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 March 1914
- ,- -~m -·------ · ·, -. - -- --·- * ; \BY DUNLOr.) The disclosures rLmade in conncc tion with a. civil.- action rocently lieard in the County Court. Mel bourne, wii! cause a considera"ble amount of uneasiness in motori.ig circles, particularly where pi id drivers are em plo-ed. One of the parties to the action vwh' n sked if he had any undersa.- nin with a chaffeur in rei.-rnce to secji com mission bein- paid on rep:;ir and tyres supplied, replied : "If [ did it is done by o.her-. Som'e 0 the big iirms pay a? higil a? 1. pe. cent. to chaffe\'!u s for iiei-r unin ess.- ' Such a sttem.n wil,. no doubt, cause considt'rable :i-d rust. amontgst car owners who leave the ordering of tyres, accct ories, ind repi: ir ii; the hands of their chaifetirs. The ad mission is such a sericu one that. every effort should be made to prove the tru..h of the ;ssertion. A sweeping investigation would bo welcomed by reputable nirms who wouid not ior a -m'oment countenance such practice., Fior tome tinue...
"YOUR FLOUR OR YOUR LIFE!" BARGAIN AT PISTOL'S POINT. PIONEER'S REMINISCENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 March 1914
"YOUR FLOUR OR YOUR LIFE'' BARGAIN AT PISTOL'S POINT. P10NEER.'S REMINISCENCES. Keen-eyed and alert, there lives at Kev (writes the Melbourne corresuoo doent of the 'Sun") an old man ver'ingn on 90, who spends his days tending iiis flower garden. ]He is one of the sturdy pioneer's of Yiotoria!s beginning, and tells interesting storles of the time when the foundations of t'.e SCi'ate were being laid. Ris waf;ni" 'f trhe old comitry families of England, whoso fortune, while never la Irge, dwindled down to a few thousands in the time of his father. Thrusting pr.judices aside, the latter decided to work hard in a new country, and make his own fortunie, instead of living i comparativo idle ness at home, W , ' wife ani children, a house in secttio.:. ready for ereotion on arrivaul, and a, stock of fuiniture, he boardcd the Canton in 1838 to voyage to Adelaide where ie had already purchased somne land as a speculation. Adelaide was onl-y a term then.' Tlhere was really no Adelaido--only a ...
TOWNS INUNDATED. WATER SURROUNDS HOUSES. TEN FEET DEEP ON ROADS. CHILDREN ON TABLES. CEILING FALLS ON DANCERS. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 March 1914
TOWNS INUNDATED. WATER SURROUNDS HOUSES, TEN FEET DEEP ON ROADS. CHILDREN ON TABLES. CEILING FALLS ON DANCERS. SYDNEY, TcsDAY. Manv houses in Parramatta and district have been surrounded by flood waters, and children had to be placed on tables for safety. There have been narrow escapes from drowning, and thousands of pounds worth of property has been damaged. The floods are the result of heavy rains, the worst for 26 years. The whole place was covered with water, which raced down streets, tearing up lumps of asphalt weighing a ton like sheets of paper. There is hardly a dry house in the district. In Harris-street the channel over flowed, and the water carried all be fore it, outhouses and sheds being washed away. Children had .o be carried out of the houses by the police. One woman, whose room had 3ft. of water in it, was carried out, but refused to remain away, and waded back in water up to her waist to rescue her belongings. In Macquarie-street the water was five feet high. It ros...
MARYBOROUGH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 March 1914
M:ARYBOROUGH TELIEPHONE S EXCHANGE. . LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS, N::ame.:: . ' No. "€Advertiser" Office 11 Albion Hotel ..• ..." 29 :iBank of Victoria .. ... .. 53 SBennell, C.- B. (senior lineman)... 63 ,-Brewery (and private residence) 12 i. Broiwnbill, G. M.... .. .... 49 Barge, H. . . .... .... .....50 ::Bull and Mouth hotel . ... .... 2 Cleary) N.. '. N.:. .. .. .... Colman and Lardner 3, 89 Commercial Hotel..... .... 67 :C:Gourt House. ... . .. . . ... 45 G.rameri, E..... .... .. : 22 Otrooksi JB. ... .;. . ... 70 Davey, Noah... ........ 62 'DeaneDr.iE. B. ... .... ., 23 A. 2D. Douglas. .............34 Djuglas and Son (F. Fisher) ... 17 SEdwarids and Co. ... ... ..; 11 :Fire Brigade- ..... ........ ....31 Flour Mi~s'.,............ 47 Garde, Dr GEE. ii...........26 Gias:Comparny?? ? .,..... ... 61 : !Green, W ..... ..............73 ::Griggg~,H, end: Co,... .. ... ... .37 Guthrie Bros......... .....75 Hari.... .......... 6 Howlett and Black .. . 7 lHospital:- . ;.- . 24 Rubble Bren ·....
COINERS SURPRISED. HIGH FENCE SCALED. MAN AND WOMAN ARRESTED. MELBOURNE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 March 1914
COINERS SURPRISED. IHIG2R FENCE SCALED. MAN AND WOMAN ARRESTED. AMELBOURNE7 TUESDAY. SFo''r some time past :complaints have ibeen made: that.a: man and woma?n: have been touriig s-uburbs passg sounterfei o sovereigns. At six o'clock ;this morning Detectives Napthine;, Brophy, :i:and: Olholm, arrived- outside a?an eight foottin fence at the:rear of a housein Lygon street, Carltoion. Brophy gave Olholm a leg over;. the other detece tives were .then: admitted . and the three entered theho.use. - They found a-man andc woman in boed, and two Tittie children who were in a. back room commenced crying,. Tshe man got out of bed and dressed, but the woman refused to get up, and was noticed fiumbling something under the clothes. Shortly afterwards, when she had vacated the bed, ten:spurious sovereigns were found concealed underneath the mattress. A searclcof the place re sulted in the finding of. a plant alleged to have been used- to make tbhe .base coins. The couple were taken to the watchhou...
EXETER COLLISION. VERDICT DELIVERED. JURY BLAMES DRIVER. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 March 1914
EXETER COLLISION. VERDICT DELIVERED. JURY BLAMES DRIVER. "SYDNEY, RI'iDAY. Resuming the inquest on the bodies of the victims of the Exeter railway collision. Mr . H. Taylor, the Coroner, heard additional evi denoe at the Bowral courthouse to day. The jury found that the collision was caused by Driver Irwin, of the mail train, over-running the home signal, which was at danger, and that in doing so he failed to carry out regulation 167 for the safe work ing of the railways. The jury also considered that it would be safer, in the interests of the travelling public, if loop lines were lengthened to accommodate any train, or that refuge sidings were made at either end. It further considered that more precautions should be taken in foggy weather to ensure the safety of the publio.
GUILTY OF ASSAULT. CARLTON CHEMIST FINED. MELBOURNE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 March 1914
GUILTYr OF ASSAULT. CARLTON CHEMIST FINED. MELBOURNE, TUESDAY. Mr Justice Hood to-day passed sentence on Walter Powell, chemist, of Carlton, who had been found guilty of assaulting Mrs Eva Solomon. His Honor said that the assault was somewhat brutal. The jury had not apparently accepted the woman's story as quite correct, and found him guilty on the lesser charge. He could not see anything in the case that called for heavy punishment. The prisoner had been put to heavy expense in having to defend himself twice. In his opinion the worse portion of the case ws the iniquitous defence he had set up regarding the character of the woman. Powell was fined £20, and ordered to find sureties to keep the peace towards the woman.