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COMMERCIAL. HIDE, SKIN, AND TALLOW MARKET. (BY WIRE.) MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
COMMERCIAL. HIDE, SKIN, AND TALLOW MARKET. (BY Wi'nE.) It?LOu.-E, ThursEday. The Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Co., Limited, report:-Sheep ekins.-Short lengthe, }-d to Md easier; good lengths unaltered. Hides.-Kip and light weights, j-d to 3,d easier; sloppy and scored to same extent. Tallow.--Gcod color, I0s and poor grade to 20s lower.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
tNGRAM'B TOMATO SAUCEli '~hen you uue Iugra'n's Sauce there 'a nothing' wasted. Ingram's makes the plainest food too good to lents JASo MINIFIE & CO., MARYBOROUGH FLOUR MILLS. 'PHONE 47. A. LAND, MHanager. FLOUR, MIEAL, BRAN, POLLARD and WHEAT, AT CURRENT RATES.I, Notice to District Consumers. :Our Bran and Pollard is Branded distinctly with our name (MINIFIE.) Ask for that Brand only and SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. DISTlRICT FARMERS PLEASE NOTE WHE 117 IN ?T N aUNTITIES, BOUGHT UP TO 10,000 BAGS. AND OATS :HIGHEST IMARKET PRICE. CASH ON DELIVERY. For Wheat Delivered to the IMill id. per bus. above Melbourne equivalent given. DRILLS! DRILLS! FARMERS, -::::::: BEFORE PURCHASING, INSPECT THE LATEST IMPROVED MASSEY4HARRIS. SDISTRICT AGENT, H. E3. WILLIAMSi ?/iLLIAMS -HIGH-STREET, MARYBOROUGH. R1CKED HIS BACK. "I ricked my back severely and was unable to stand upright," writes Mr. Thos. H. Maber, Ebden, Vic I had seen Chamber]lain's Pain Balm advertised for straine, and thought I wo...
LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
LIVE STOCK ,MARKET. BA.LLAP.RAT, Tuesday. Messre Crawford, Dowling and Sey mour report :-Fat catrtle-191 head, fully one-third of which consisted of good to prime descriptions, remainder ranging from middling to useful, with a few pens inferior. Sales opened to very brisk competition, continuing so throughout, at prices showing a very material im provement on the high rates of the pre vious sale, closing very firm. Prime pens bullocke, £12/i0/ to £131101; extra, £14 to £15; heavyweights, £16 to £17; good, £11 to £12; useful, £9/101/ to £10/10/; prime cows, £8/i01 to £9/10/; extra, £10 to £11/7/6; useful, £6/10/ to £7. Calves.-42 of all descriptions. The de mand was again very keen,quality selling at prices showing an advance on last week. Best to £5/16.! Sheep.-426:, consisting principally of middling and useful descriptions, with a small proportion ranging from good to prime. As quality was none too plenti ful, competition for such ruled very brisk all through the sales at prices f...
WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS. ,1stoosP.s, Thursday. Wheat.-The market has been quieter in tone, and it has been less easy to push Eales. Business has been done at 3/9k' and 3/9-,, and at close only 3/9] can be quoted. The supp!y offering, however, is not very heavy. Quotations for farmers' lots in the country range down to 3/8kt net. The London market is unaltered, buyers showinu no great eagerness to operate, though a steady consumption is going on. Flour.-The association price for local consumption is £9 delivered. Bran and Poilard.-The Association price for both artic!es is £5/5] delivered. Barley.-Malsters are not operating to any extent in medium barley, and the market has a quiet tone. Supplies of good are not offering at all freely. Prime English malting is quoted at 3/5 to 3/6, and good at 3/2 to 3/4. Prime Cape malting is quoted at 2/4 to 2/5, and medium to good at 2/2 to 2/3. Oats.-The market is rather slow. Fair supplies are on offer, but buyers are not eager. Fair to prime ...
DISTRICT NEWS. ALMA. STATE SCHOOL PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. ~-4---- ALMA. STATE SCHOOL PIC-NIC. The 55th annual pic-nic in con nection with the school took place on Wednesday, and passed off most successfully. The weather in the early part of the day did not look too promising, but the fears of the committee were not realised, and the afternoon provided good weather for old and young to enjoy the outing. Visitors were present from all the surrounding district, including the Mayor of Maryborough, Cr. H. E. Williams, J.P., and Councillors John Douglass, C. Williamson, and J. Dillon, of the Shire of Tullaroop. The Alma people are noted for their hospitality, and on this occasion the wants of everyone were, as usual, attended to in every detail, and the afternoon's sport passed off without a hitch. The president, Mr W. Walker, and his energetic secretary, Mr F. Rowles, were assisted by the following ladies and gentlemen in making the gathering a success: Mr and Mrs J. Thomson; Mr D., Mrs and Miss M'Connell, Mrs Place, Mr and Mrs P...
MR ASQUITH'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
IMR ASQUITH'S SPEECH. SMr Balfour, formerly leader of the Unionist p.rty, then rose and for mally moved the rejection of the Consolidated Fund Bill. Thi brought the Prime Minister on to his feet. end he began his speech by declaring that the co ercion 0o U er could never happen and never w-culd happen if Ulster took ad van?,gs of the offers made to her by the Gernent. Mr As quith continued : 'hen the Cabinet dealt -ith the case of Brigadier General Gough it authorised the Arm Council to supply him with a document e-plicly s-tting out the duty of the hrmyI, ithout giving! him cn assurance of say sort. After w rds Colone- l See. without the knorledg0s of the Cabinre, added the Sparagraphs, which gae the ssuranco asked or by the Bri dier-eneral. The Primes 7niter, i'n conclusion, declared emrah aticall that the Cabinet would nsver i ermit demands for an assurancw, hich would place the Government and the House of| Commons at the m rcy of the navy and military forces The econd re.ading o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
J.: S. ROBERTSON'S SENSATIONAL SALE IS NOW BEING HIEID. G?REAT preparations have been made to make this the most enuceeaseful effort yet attempted at Clearing Out Stocks of all kinds. IEach department has its quota of what we term SENSATIONAL BARGAINS. jMILLINERY,: AT MARVELLOUSLY REDUCED PRICES. COSTUMES, AT SENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS. DRESS GOODS BEING CLEARED AT ABOUT HALF-PRIOE. LINEN AND COTTON GOODS, AT ISENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS. IN THE CLOTHING & MERCERY" SRORE THE BARGAINS are Very Interesting. MEN'S8, YOUTHS', and BOYS' SUITS, at Reduced Prices. HATS, SHIRTS, SCARF8, BRACES, etc,, at Gift Prices. Shop early in the day, thus avoid the inevitable cruaih usual during'-the afternoon. ii esigns of [xcelen ce in Bangles As Now Worn Comprising ra Charming array of all that is Rich, Beautiful and Artistic in Bangles of most ravoure:d Styles. An Exquisite Showing ALwais You T"e numerous designs are such as allow scope for tIl tastes. and the qualities such as assure the best possi...
MOVEMENTS OF WARSHIPS. MR CHURCHILL EXPLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
MOV'EMETS OF WARSHIPeS. MR CHURCHILL EXPLAINSg" Admiral Lord Charles Beresford (Unionist) asked the First Lord of the Admiralty for information re s.pcting the movements of the Third Battle Squadron. dr Churchill, in reply, said that the s?&lt;uadron had been ordered to proceed to Laml'sh (on the Isle of Arran) to deal with possible serious disorders on Saturday night, but the precautionary movement of the troop. had been carried out without opposition, and he had therefore can jcalleed the movements of the war ships. (Mini teria! cheers). Mr IChurchill went on to say that the Admiral in command (Vice-Admiral Ba yley) had asked for field-guns in order to exercise his men ashore if jthe 1eather w;re bad, This state ment evoked roars of iaughter from the Opposition benches.
QUADRILLES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
QUADRILLES. It has been decided to hold a series of quadrilles during the next few moniths, and the first will take place on Wednesday evening next, April Ist, in the public hall. The quadrilles will be under the manage ment of Mr E. Olver, who will supply the music. A capable MC. will have charge of the floor, so there is no doubt that the quadrilles will be in every way successful.
BOWENVALE. A SCHOOL MATE HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
BOWENVALE. A SCHOOL MATE HONORED. On Friday last a number of parents and friends visited the Timer State school by invitation. They were met by Mrs Vanselow, corre spondent of the school committee, and were conducted to the infant department, where open-air games and songs and other suitable items were given, to the great pleasure of visitors and the children, too. Afterwards the middle school was visited. The floral and plant decorations and blackboard work in these two departments were greatly admired. The upper grades were then assembled in the senior class room, where music and drill items were rendered. The chief item of the day was next introduced by the two senior boys coming forward to unveil a fine large photograph of their late well-loved schoolmate, Joseph Wenmouth. One of them then read a letter from the scholars, handing over the photo. to the care of the committee. A short address by the correspondent of the com mittee, and a few remarks by the head teacher, Mr Watchor...
REUTER'S CABLES. IRISH CRISIS. COLONEL SEELY RESIGNS. MR ASQUITH DECLINES TO ACCEPT. SIR A. PAGET'S ORDERS PUBLISHED. DEBATE IN THE COMMONS. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
REUTER'S CABLES. RISHL CRISIS. COLONEL SEELY RESIGNS. MR ASQUITH DECLINES TO ACCEPT. SIR A. PAGET'S ORDERP PUBLISHED. DEBATE IN THE COMMilONS. LONDON, WED?nS~SDY. Every day brings some fresh sen sational development in the Irish crisis. It became known during the afternoon that Colonel F. E. Seely, Secretary of State for War, had re Bigned his portfolio as the outcome1 of the trouble with the oficers in Ireland. At the conclusion of a speech in the House of Commons this evening, the Prime Minister announced that he had declined to accept the resig nation. He considered that it would have been both ungenerous and un just to have accepted it. A White Paper dealing with the events of the Army crisia was issued to-day. It states that on December 16, an interview took place between Colonel Seely and the general officers commanding in Ireland when the possibility of officers resigning their colmmissions was brought under the notice of Colonel Seely. The Miinister then dealt with the legal...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
WE recall at this season of the year, and when the preposterous sugges tion of "partitioning Australia " is the sport of international contro versy, the impressive warning of the late Lord Northcote. Speaking with a personal knowledge of the vast ness and possibilities of this conti nent, and of the temptation its un settled and unpeopled territories held out to a possible aggressor, Asiatic or European, he solemnly urged us to "fill up the vacant "spaces,"' and to double an redouble our efforts to secure from the old world the btrdie immigrants. He saw the utter futility of "a few "millions of Australians, however " hardy, holding Australia against the " territorially-ambitious nations of "'the world." He warned us that delay in securing population would be our inevitable undoing. He re cognised the strong spirit of adven ture which Australians themselves possessed; and he hinted that, while" the Australian natives might them selves push back into the unopened spaces of the contine...
COLONEL SEELY'S MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
COLONELT SEPLY'S MISTAKE. Colonel Seely. reouming his speech, s-id that the o¼cer in Sir Arthur Paget:s commend honcet!y believed that a olan e-in ed to overwhelm Ulbter by a urprim attack. They were not aware; that they were only a2ked to support the civil power. Sir Arthur Paget had denied the Rccuracy of the le"tter, read to the "Houe by 0 .r Bonar Law, in which he wans ?'??td to h'av said that "the country would be abiaze by Satur dayf" Si Arthur had explained thie ho meont " ilaze in the press." Colonel Seely added that he ac copted the ryaponsibility for granting conditions to Brigadier-General Gough. Be (C olonel Seely) ad mitted tho t he had misled the Cabinet inadvertently, though he had nouaht but hoQr2t intent. For this reason he had tendered his resignation a Secretarv of State for. War. The sugceP, 1on that he took any init1tivT a2ainst Ulster was bjsnolutny unfounded, .:s
" A HELLISH INSINUATION." [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
".A HELLISHL INSI>U.tTIO'iN," Mr L. 8. Amerv (UInionist) created a ~tir by akino the First Lord ci o the dL-drhn o Etate "whether or not ho bo.edr that the purely precautionary mea0-ures of the Government would led to fight ing and bloodehed." ' r ,huchill promptly repudiated rhat hb termed " A hellish inainuation." His reply evoked an ,ro·. r w,:ich?, the Speaker quellied by o-derin- the - finister to withdraw the ,'ithet, and Mr Churchill reluctanl7 did o,
CITIZENS' BAND. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
CITIZENS: BAND. ANNUAL IEET'ING, " Subscribers and members gener ally of the Citizens' Band tilled tile Fire Brigade Hall on \Wednesday evening on the occasion of the annual meeting. The President ? ir H. E. Williams, J.P.), occupied the chair, and expressed pleasure at the good attendance. RIEPORTS. The annual report and balance sheet (which have already been pub lished in " The Adveritiser"), were taken as read. The correctness of the balance-sheet. was certified to bi the auditors (Messrs C. HolzigaI an;i A. Chisholm), who pointed out thati the debit baiance was creatted by ex penditure that would not rcur. They suggested that a .vstem of pence-cards should be used in c'n nection with players' ubscriptions. In moving the adoption o?f the re port and balance-sheet , the Presi.ient streased the point that the extra i x penditure would not have to be faced again, while it had been very necessary, The citizens of the town hadi stood by the band well. In secondi ng the mntioni, t.r J....
REVEALS COMPLEXION SECRET OF THE SPANISH. LADY TELLS HOW THEY KEEP THEIR YOUTHFUL COMPLEXIONS, EVEN AT SIXTY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
REVEALS CO'IPL.EX ION SECRET OF THE SPANISH. LADY TELLS HIOW THEY KEEP THE[R YOUTHFUL COMPLEXIONS, EVEN AT SIXTY. " As a young girl," writes one of our readers, " I always had a Dice clear and delicately-tinted con plexion, but on reaching the age of thirty it changed completely. The chilly winter winds alnd rain m:ude my skin rough and dry--my face used to burn and smart horribly after the slightest exposure to frost or cold. I felt very worried to see the dreadful change that was taking place. About this time I went for a trip abroad, and while travelling in the south of Spain, became intimaite with an elderly Spanih lady. Knowing how proud the Spanish girls are of their lovely skin, and hoping she could help me, I told her of my trouble. She advised me to obtain two ounces of rose water, one dram tincture of benzion, and two ounces of ordinary flowers of oxion from the chemist, which. she said, I could mix myself, and after shaking well, apply it with a soft cloth or sponge. She ...
BOWLS. CLUNES V. MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
BOWLS. CLUNES V. MARYBOROUGH. The return match between the above clubs was played on the Clunes green on Wednesday afternoon. The visitors on arrival were entertained by the Mayor of Clunes at the Town Hall, and subsequently by the Clunes Bowling Club at dinner at Smith's hotel. The match resulted in a win for Clunes by 14 points : OLUNES--S7. 1, Eberhard, Treleven, Kempison, Turnbull (c) ... ......... 33 2. Jenkins, Oloke, Swinburne, Phil lips (c) ......... 27 3,- , - , Hay, Miles (c' .. ... 27 MARYBOROUGH.-73. 1. Webb,Lucas, Schwenuesn, Earl (c) 13 2. Oppy, Lischeld, Jamieson, Nicho las (c).. ............ 22 3, Mitchell, Jansen, Jose, Young (cc 38
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 27 March 1914
Business Notiaea. VISIT LUCAS & CO,.'S TO-DAY FOR Match!ess - - Values And Unrvalled -- - Diversity nlu the Newest-- --- -- Styles For Autumn --- -- -------- Wear OUR Autumn Season has begun. Never in the history of the store has there been a.sembled such a selec tion of Seasonable Goods in every section as to-day. Our epecial representative in the old wori1 has secured for us some remarkable vaiues 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 i READY-TO-WEAR COSTUMES. Of these we have a big selection in Coat and Skirt and one-piece styles, selected from the est English and Aues tralian manuoa:trers They come in Navy Twill:. Tweds, SergE-, Venetian Cloths, Sik? ad L.c e. There are ecarceyiv two -1. a l fd Oilont Of style and price attractivenes, thy wal cer tainly arrest s n? tri. Details of some :scurd i:om Einglish manniufactu:erf by our representative at first cost....