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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 March 1914
BABIES. Babies are Australia's best immigrants, but in many homes baby does not appear, greatly to the disappointment of husband and wife. Ladies so disappointed are strongly advised to consult Mre D. M. OLIFFORD, superintendent of the "Natura" Health Co., iMelbourne, on her next visit, and learn from her how the blessing of motherhood can be made easilypossible by means of the wonder ful " Natura" Home Treatment, that has brought "baby" to so very many homes, restored thousands of women and girls to perfect health antd saved many from an operation. No charge whatever is made for consuitations or advice. Mrs Clifford's next visit takes place on THURSDAY, 2nd APRIL, when she may be seen at the Bull and Mouth Hotel, from 9.30 (instead of 10.45) to 5. Meanwhile send 2d for free " Natura" Health Guide, giving valuable informa tion on the subject, to Dept. Q, " Natura" Health Co., 49 Elizabeth-street, Mel bourne. AN OLD Nesse FOR C.IaLDREN.- " Mrs W'inslow's Soothing Syrup" for Children ...
BOWENVALE. DEATH OF MRS S. LAUDER. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 25 March 1914
BO WENViALE. DEATH OF MRS S. LAUDER. A very old and esteemed resident, in the person of Mrs Betsy Lauder, passed away on Monday, at the advanced age of 88 years. The de ceased was the widow of the late ,Mr Simon Lauder and leaves a grown up family of sons and daughters. The funeral took place yesterday, the remains being interred in the Timor Cemetery. The pall-bearers were Messrs William, James, John, and George Lauder, sons of the de ceased, and Messrs Jones and H. Carlyon, sons-in-law. The burial service was conducted by the Rev. H. A. Erskine, Presbyterian minister, of Maryborough, and Messrs Du Bourg Bros. carried out the mortuary arrangements.
MARYBOROUGH RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
MARYBOROUGH RIFLE CLUB. A shoot will take place at the local range on Wednesday, April 1st, and Saturday, April 4th, for a club trophy. The conditions are: 8 shots and 2 sighters at the 500 and 600 yards range, making a pos sible of SO points. The following are the handicapso :-W . H. Moore, G. Kent, A. J. Gearin, C. Raitt, D. Mikkelsen, scratch; R. Quinn, J. Thornhill, L. Veal, A. J. Murray. 4 points; V. Hodkinson, C. Bennell, C. Shebler, P.D, Stuart, J. Bailey, T, E. Chapple, W. H. Poynton, H. M'Donald, 6 points; W. G. Berry, C. J. He!lsten: J. Hawkins, W. Hall, S. Sorensen, G. Harrington, J. Pas coe, 7 points ; A. Land, R. Price, H. Hill, 3. M. Laidler, C. Gazard, 8 points ; C. A. Taylor. A. E. Living, 10 points; I. Living, J. Blackburne, P. E. Living, J. Living, 11 points.
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
MINING NEWS. , . . THE SHAREMARKET. Mr Noah Davey, stock and sharebroker, Higtih-street, Maryborough, reports the fdllowing :closing quotations at the last meetings of the Melbourne and Ballarat stock exchanges yesterday afternoon: INIVESTMENTS. Amalg. Zinc-bl2889, a 291, sales 29/ . ARARAT DISTRICT. Oathcart-b 4/, sa4/1, sales 41, 3/11]i Cathcart (paid)- b 315, a 316, sales 3/6 Cathcart Central-b 29/, a 30/ CathcartNVictory-b 114, a 1/9 Central Laingi-b 215, a 2/9 Great Langi-b 2/6, a 31 Langi N.-b 3/9, as 3/11 Langi 8.-b 121, as 12/6 Langi:S. (paid)-b 12/ New Langi-b 30/3, a 3016, sales 3016 Upper Langi-b 9%d, a l0d Upper Lsngi (paid)-b 216 BEAUFORT DISTRIO T. Beaufort Deep Lead-s 2/8 Hope-b.4), a 71 Hope Ext.--b 3/11, a 41 ._ Hope Ext .W.-s 10d Hope N.-as 12/6 . Hope 8.-b 213, a 2/8 • BALLARAT DISTRIOT. Llanberris No. 1-b 91, a 10/ New Normanby-s 31 N. Woash Hawp-s 316 BERRINGA AND 80~R8SDALE. Birthday Tunnel -s 21 Golden Reefs-s 2/6 New Jdubilee-' 2/ Scarasdale--as 314i Williams...
GOLF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
GOLF CLUB. ANNUAL MfEETING. The annual meeting of the Mary borough Golf Club was held at the old Town Hall on Wednesday even ing, the President (Dr. E. W. Deane), in the chair. The President, Dr. E. W. Deane, in his annual report, dwelt first on the financial position of the club, and made comparisons with previous years. He regretted it had not been possible to obtain the date they desired last year for an open tourna ment, but hoped that the Vic torian Golf Association would grant the day during the coming season. The ball held under the auspices of the club last year had been very successful. Congratulations were ex tended the winners of the respective championships of the club, Miss Amoretty and Mr D. Q. Clark. The success of the latter at Warrnambool and Sorrento was also noted. Some pleasant matches had been held with other clubs, but the local monthly matches were deserving of better patronage. The ladies were thanked for providing refreshments during the season. The balance-...
CRICKET. (NOTES BY ORTHOS.) OFF-DAY MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
CR1CKET. -- (NOTES BY OwTaos.) OFF-DAY MATCH. Both the Saturday and Wednesday cricket competitions having come to an end, there are a few spare days before football practice sets in. Ad vantage was taken of the vacancy on Wednesday to play a match between a mixed Maryborough eleven and a team from the Wednesday Associa tion. This came off on the oval, on a wicket that was rather soft. Batting first, the Wednesday men made a bad start, three "ducks" figuring in the first six scores..Gould and Grossman, in fact, were the only bats to reach double figures The former's 18 not out was com piled in peculiar fashion--ll singles and a wild hit that got Stevens into the stand yard for six. The total was 52, Stevens taking 4 wickets and Ml'Allister 5. On the senior side Clover (of Bet Bet) fell a victim to Sanderson be fore scoring, but J. Herring and Haberle each lasted well. There was nothing much in the score apart from this second wicket partnership, and 8 wickets were down for 112 at the...
CHAMPION BOXER. CLABBY SENTENCED TO THREE YEARS. SAN FRANCISCO, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
SCHAMPION BOXER. CLABBY SENTENCED TO THREE :YEARS. SAN FRANCISCO, WEDINEDILY. " Jimmy" Clabby, the famous middle-weight boxer, who will shortly ivisitAustralia to fight for the w::orld's hiampionship, has got himself into serious trouble at Los Angeles with the law. SClabby :and his trainer, Arthur MPQueen, were found guilty of as saultirng a policeman during a street fight. They were both sentenced to three rears' iimprisonment; but in view of their previous gopdchasracter, the sentences wilI be suspended if be tween 'them they pay the policeman £200 damages, and also. furnish a guarantee that theyy will be of good behaviour in future.
HOMEBUSH LOWER. HARVEST FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
HOMEBUSH LOWER. HARVEST FESTIVAL., The annual harvest festival in connection with the Methodist Church was celebrated on Sunday last, and was very successful, Several ladies of the township made a united effort in decorating the church, which looked quaint and pleasing. The pulpit at the after noon service was occupied by Mr Arthur Rowland, of Mloore's Flat, and the veteran "local " gave a good address, which ~ as much ap preciated by his many friends here. The choir and congreg:ti6nal singing was hearty. Special interest was centred in the evening service, at which the minister, Rev. Charles Angwin, officiated. Tho Rathecar IMethodist choir took fuil charge of the musical arrangements, and led in the service of praise. Three an thems were admirably r:ndered, viz., "The Works of God," "Onward," and "Great and excellent." The whole of the musical arrangements were under the baton of Mr L. J. Rowlands, and the excellent ren dition of the anthems was after wards the theme of very favor...
MARRIED V. SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
MARRIED V. SINGLE. What should prove an even more interesting match has been arranged for to-morrow, when the married cricketers will meet the single men on the oval. There was some talk of playing for a dinner, but apparently one side is scared of the other. However, it should be a good con test. The bachelors will be as fol lows :-Youlden (2), Gould, J. Her ring, Haberle, M'Allister, Branton, Twist, Chisholm, Davey, Treloar, Gartrell.
CARISBROOK. SCHOOLS' PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
CARISBROOK. SCHOOLS' PIC-NIC. Wednesday, the 18th inst., having been set aside as the day for the an nual pic-nios for the children attend ing the various Sabbath schools of the town, advantage was taken of the fine weather prevailing, and an enjoyable day was spent by the scholars, parents and friends. The Methodists were located in Mr Lin ton's paddocks, whilst the tents of the Presbyterian and the Church of England schools were pitched in Mr Bruhn's ground some little distance from the township. Early in the morning excitement ran riot in many of the homes, and the hour set by the Presbyterians for meeting at the school hall was none too early. At 9 am. the children were as sembled, and after opening exercises, conducted by the minister, the younger children were driven in waggons kindly supplied by Mr John Ross, of "Ardmore," for the occasion, the older ones marching to the ground. Swings and other amusements were provided, and everything went "merry as a mar riage bell," until ...
LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
LADIES' COLUMN. (By "Ambrosine.") "Those ill the know" are deep in discussing the floppiness of tho. new ideas, also wondering how the averageo woman will adapt herself to thoem. It is perhaps the "largo" woman who deserves most symnpathny-the woman with too much hip. That. person will have to be satisfied with fashion in its simplest form, and must refrain from -i-n thinking of garments adaptable to her more slender relatives and friends At present the main object seems to be the attainment of as large a waist measurement as possible, and the woman who can triumphantly announce that her past-normal 26-in. waist has developed into 33 in, may feel she is indeed in the front rank of fashion. It is fortunate that this sudden change of outline should come just at the timo when everyono is about to re plenish her wardrobe. This widening of our waists. though on the tapis for -oneo considcrable timoe, has now actu al arrrived. The need for the lage waui-st has become imperative, if pros:;...
CALLS ON ULSTER LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
CALLS ON ULSTER LEAE IMajor-Gener-i Sir C, 1. F . : r'cdy, Director of Fercsoina i . iVho t as seat to Belaisti to n: with Brigadier-Ge.eral Cou. ohen (Brigade Comrmnd 15th Infantry ri n de ' Edward Carson, F P., . aCrsi. The Major-General,- who wore his uniform, intimated that he wished to pay his respeotS to lthe Unionist leader. Lient,-General Sir George Riohardason (retired),commander-in chief of ..the Ulster Volunteers, was present at the interview between Sir Edward Carson and the ·Major. General.
WEDDING. STEELE—HART. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
WEDDING. STEELE-HART. A very pretty wedding was cele brated on Thursday, Miarch 5th, in St. Columba's Church of England, Aspendale, when Miss Kathlean Mabel Hart, etdest daughter of Mr J. Hart, of Chelsea (formerly of Maryborough), and Mr J. Steele, of St. Kilda, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by the Rev. L. R. Croker. The bride, who was given away by her father, was at tired in a cream costume of Panama cloth, and black velvet hat, with white lancer plume. Mlies Polly Hart, sister of the bride, who wore a pale blue ninon lace overdress, and black velvet hat, blue facings, was brides maid, and Mr D. Murdoch best n:ian. The mother of the bride wore blick crepe dechine, and hat of black and white pan. velvet, with black lan.?er plumes. As the bridal party iare leaving the church, a prettily de corated horseshoe was hung on the bride's arm by a little child, Doris Bennett, for good luck. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, and a sumpt...
GOVERNMENT'S FALL PREFERRED. TO SUBMISSION TO ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
GOVERNMENT1'-S FALL PRE FERRED. The " 'Westminster Gazette" (Liberal) atates thi, evening, " Rather than it should go on record that th ary won ;ihe ctcry over the Governmeunt, woe would htbe-r fully 5ses the Minitry o a: - -?S.ie and the Libral- party in ; - ness." The " Ga:ette" -. is,2 what thd Labor '"trob, Dmss1 Ward and Thomas, aid ni House yesterd y, the Chol, t''i':d:h class is thinking to-day. A min er?s' agent. ,?a - i:; crowd of collies' ina C ;o-:I, day, said that the tie: w-,:;- Ap the formation of a t::vnda unio. de laence league ready to tak upo a3rn;w to resist oppression from ,y Sourc.
AMUSEMENTS. COLISEUM PICTURE GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
AMUSEMENTS. - COLISEUM PICTURE GARtDENS. The Coliseum Picture Garden to night will be the scene of the great race for the Donnybrook Cup. This is one of the most sensational and Iexciting races ever attempted with the camera and shows the race from start to finish. So real and exciting is the race that when this picture, " The Filly," was shown in Ballarat, the audience were simply carried away with excitement and shouted and waved their hats, and anyone looking into the Coliseum would have imagined that they were on a racecourse. This film carries a pretty love story through It and tells how an Irish lassie hoodwinked her father, the squire, into letting her marry the man of her choice. The squire owns two of the best racehorses in the country and enters them for the cup and Dolly, his daughter, takes one cut fur exercise and teaches it to .walk lame. When she comes home the squire decides to scratch the horse for the cup. It is a beautiiul grey creature, and Dolly decides to color...