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RAILWAYS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 March 1914
RAILWAYS CLUB. The waiting room at the local rail way station was crowded yesterday, when the annual meeting of the Railways Football Club was held. The president, Mr J. Moran, occu pied the chair. The annual report congratulates the team on the splendid account they gave of themselves during the season.. In the minor premiership they engaged in 12 matches, win ning 8. In the major premiership they were defeated in their first match, but certainly not disgraced. The officers took this opportunity of offering the premier team (Bowen vale) congratulations. During the season the North-western Association, Police and Footscray teams visited Maryborough to play matches against teams selected from asso ciated clubs, and Railway players selected acquitted themselves very creditably. Too much praise cannot be given the lady supporters and Mr D. Gwylm for the splendid way in which they worked in connection with the socials held during the year. The club's best thanks were due to Messrs Charl...
FOOTBALL. ANNUAL MEETINGS. BOWENVALE CLUB. BOWENVALE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 March 1914
FOOTBALL. ANNUAL MEETINGS. BOWENVALE CLUB. BOWENVALE, Saturday. The annual meeting of the Bowen vale Football Club was held at Sim mons' Victoria hotel on Friday even ing. There was a large attendance, and in the absence of the president (Mr E. M'Kinley) Mr A. Jennings was voted to the chair. The financial statement, as read by the secretary, Mr F. Hornsby, showed that the total receipts for the past season were £107 17s, and the ex penditure £112 8s 5d, leaving a debit balance of £4 11s 5d. It was unanimously decided that a club be formed for this season, and the following office-bearers were elected :-President, Mr E. M'Kin ley; vice-president, Mr J. Pollock; general committee, Messrs A. Jen nings, T. James, D. Body, H. Hornsby, W. Sertori and A. Cala gari; match committee, Messrs H. Hornsby, C. Boromeo, H. Crellin, A. Olsen and the captain ; delegates to association, Messrs F. Hornsby, W. Sertori, and T. James. Mr Hornsby stated that he did not feel inclined to take on the sec re...
UNIVERSITY SPORTS. G. M. SPROULE BREAKS RECORD. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 March 1914
UNIVERSITY SPORTS. G. M. SPROULE BREAKS RECORD. LONDON, FRIDAY. "The annual track and field con tests between Cambridge and Oxford Universities were held to-day. The Cambridge athletes were successful in four of the six events, and the " Light Blues" therefore secured the championship. G. M. Sproule, of Melbourne and Oxford, won the three miles' race in 14 min. 34 4-5th sec., which constitutes a University record. Savage, of Western Aus tralia, Southee, of Sydney, and Twopenny, of Adelaide, competed in the long jump, but without success.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 March 1914
Confirming the Announcement made some time ago .by J. S. ROBERTSON, Intimating his Retirement fron Business in Maryborough, this is now to take effect immediately, and on THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1914, . HE WILL COMMIENCE AN UNRESERVED SALE Of the WHOLE STOCK of GENER AL DRAPERY, MERCERY AND CLOTHING, AT THE COLOSSEUM, - .'" HIGH-STREET, MARYBOROUGH. flHE extensiveness of our stock is well-known throughout the town. and district. :L The solid, hiuh-standard quality of our Goode hae been recognised for many ty ears. We have been busily engaged for some time going through the stock and re .marking everythinu for this Sale. On'each article v? wiii observe the ordinary selling price, which for items of same value was ci.eae?r than any other store in MIaryborough, but with our Re duced Prices you ca' make your purchases under extraordinary favorable condi tions, in many case; :'auch under wholesale cost. L6 No o umbug or make-believe about this Sale, as we wan: to close up definitely within th...
CRICKET. MARRIED V. SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 March 1914
CRICKET. MARRIED V. SINGLE. A game that provided a good deal of amused interest was played on the oval on Saturday, when the married cricketers played their single colleagues. Batting first, the married men created something of a surprise iby making a solid stand. The veteran E. Kelly batted admirably for his 47. The response of the bachelors was a good one, and (fired by Treloar's stirring example) they passed the score set them ; but their opponents claimed a victory on the average basis. Scores : MARRIED. E. Herring, c Youlden. b Chivers 2 Stevens, b Branton .. ... 49 Morton, c Chivers, b Shebler 12 Warren, run out... ..... 7 Kelly, c M'Allister, b Haberle ... 47 Ewens, not out ... 24 Sundries ... 1 Five wickets for .. .. 142 (Innings declared closed.) Bowling.--Haberle, 1 for 20; A. C. Chivers. 1 for 32; Shebler, 1 for 24; M'Allister, 0 for 18; Branton, 1 for 15; Gould, 0 for 13; J. Herring, 0 for 13; Gartrell, 0 for 17. SINGLE. R. Youlden, c Herring, b Stevens 16 Shebler, c Dou...
"GRINNING" POLITICIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 March 1914
"GRINNING" POLITICIANS. America's famous Gridiron Club which exists for the purpose of ban. queting and "grilling" public celebri ties, "entertained" many guests at Washington one night recently, includ ing nearly all the members of the Cabinet, several representatives of for eign Governments, senators, representa tives, and men prominent in busines and professional life. President Wil son, who was confined to the White House by influenza, was the only not able absentee, and his place was taker for the evening by Mr. Marshall, tht Vice-President of the United States. After dinner many illustrations were given by members of the club with the object of showing that public banquet, are not necessarily dismally formal af fairs, and that much may be done tc replace the long speeches by an element of comedy and pantomime. To fulfil its purpose the Gridiron Clul will not be content until the formality of public dinners is greatly relieved, and "enlivenment" substituted for bore dom. The gu...
CARISBROOK GUN CLUB. CARISBROOK, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 March 1914
CARISBROOK GUN CLUB. CARISBROOK, Saturday. The second competition for a £3 3s trophy took place last Wednes day on the grounds of the Caris brook Gun Club. G. Patterson, of Bet Bet, secured the leg-in on the Sth bird, and divided the sweep with "Dalton" and "Dick." The first leg-in was won by "Holloway." Other sweepstakes resulted : 2s 6d Starling Sweep-Divided by "Dick," " Dalton," and Patterson on 10 birds. 2s 6d Starling Sweep-Divided by " Dick " and " Dalton," on 5 birds. 2s 6d Starling Sweep-Divided by "Dick," " Dalton" and " A.J.K.," on 5 birds. 2s 6d Sparrow Sweep-Divided by " Dick" and " Dalton," on 4 birds. 2s 6d Sparrow Sweep-Divided by " Dick " and " Dalton," on 3 birds. 2s 6d Sparrow Sweep-Divided by R. Kellam and A. G. Stewart, on 2 birds. 2s 6d Sparrow Sweep-Divided by A. G. Stewart and " Dalton," on 3 birds. 2s 6d Sparrow Sweep-Divided by A. G. Stewart and "Dalton," on 2 birds. 2s 6d Sparrow Sweep-Won by " Dick," on 2 birds. 2_ 6d Sparrow Sweep-Divided by " Dick" and ...
DISTRICT NEWS. BOWENVALE. MEETING OF MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 March 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. BOWEN VYALE. MEETING OF MINERS. Mr Thos. Howes, general president of the F.M.E.A., addressed a meeting of miners and cyanide employes in the A.N.A. Hall on Thursday even ing last. Mr H. Turton, president, and Mr Thos. Windsor, secretary, of the Maryborough branch, were also seated at the table. There was an attendance of about 25. In the course of a lengthy address, lasting upwards of two hours, Mr Howes dealt with the conditions of labor in the collieries in the old country in years gone by, when women and children of tender years were compelled to work under ground for a mere pittance. Step by step, Mr Howes led up to the different conditions prevailing at the present time, for which he said unionism was the chief factor in securing the improved conditions. Dealing with the cyanide workers, Mr Howes urged them to join the Miners' Union, as only by this means could they come before the Arbitration Court in order to secure better conditions. His own opinion was that 7...
UNIONISM IN FOOTBALL. RAILWAYS MEETING DISTURBED. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 March 1914
UNIONISM IN FOOTBALL. RAILWAYS MEETING DISTURBED. It will be remembered that a short time ago the Maryborough Railways Cricket Club jumped into notoriety by declining to take the field with a cricketer who had the misfortune (?) to be a director of a mine that had had trouble with a union. This cricket club is not officially con nected with the Railways Football Club, but the latter body has mem bers evidently of something the same mind as their cricketing colleagues ; for, at the annual meeting of the club yesterday, a committeeman was practically forced to resign because he is a non-unionist. The first hint of trouble came when Mr J. E. La Roche was re nominated for the position of auditor. Mr La Roche is a prominent official of the local branch of the Victorian Railways Union, and, in declining office, he gave as his reason that he would have nothing to do with a club that allowed a rabid non unionist on its committee. Voices : Who is he ? Mr Jas. Price: Here he is; Jim Price. Mr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 March 1914
ALWAYS TAKE II. "I always take Chamberlain's Cough -. Remedy whenever I have a cold," writes Mrs A. Preston, 51 King- William St., Fitzroy, Vic. '"I fir t took it when I had an attack of inifnenza and I got relief at once. Now i alwaye keep a bottle in the house and e and evr lose an opportunity to recommend it to othere. I know dozens of people who look on Chamber lain's Couc?h Remedv as a part of their household effect-." For eale by B. Earl and Co., J. Thornhill and Co., J. Gracie, Howlett and Black. " Oceolo" shampoo, by IH. Deaty, h.airdresser, and all store keeper s. BABIES. Babies are Australia's best immigrants, but in man;' homes baby does not appear, greatly to the disappointment of husband and wife. Ladie Eso disappointed are strongly advised to consult Mrs D. M. CLIFFORD, superintendent of the "Natura" Health Co., Melbourne, on her next visit, and learn from her how the blessing of motherhood can be made easilyvoeeible by means of the wonder ful " Natura" Home Treatment,...
CARISBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 March 1914
CARISBROOK. A special meeting of the Caris brook Fire Brigade was held at the fire station on Thursday evening last. Captain Herd, who presided, reported having attended the demon stration at Bendigo. Some very good work was done by the young brigades, and the prizes were well distributed, the most being taken by the bigger brigades. The Deputy Chief was complimented on all sides for the very fine competition for the Marshall events and disable hose events. The brigade has procured a very fine and pretty certificate to hand over to members leaving the brigade, and the matter was left in the bhands of the captain, secretary, A. E. Howlett, and Fireman O'Brien to bring up a report at next meet ing for the best way of giving them out to members for their long ser vices. It was decided to hold a social and dance on Easter Monday night, the captain, Firemen O'Brien, Wright, Howlett. Botton, and J. Whitmore (the latter as secretary), were appointed a committee to carry out all details, an...
MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 March 1914
MA .GsERS' REPORTS. ::.: Bea"f ort Deep Leads, BeaufortS.-Mai eans: ieve --No. 1 east rise.-North drive to SH0 t., iast 12ft. strong wash, went:ove back lath( ; wash again showingatpoints,; payable prospects taken from same. East of north to SOft., wash level with ahovel ling boards, parable. Later.-Washed. two mtaicine for 17 ons, 7 dwts., which avengre: 1 :. per fathom. - Ctcat, Ararat --No. 3 Sshaft-North end-:o. 6 rise-T- p deck-No. 3 east north 'rive t-- o 12'z., strong wash, .zood vale, rnning level; now puttinge up No. 4 an.d i rie i?n end of north-west interme.viate to furthez prospect eastern round and relieve 3o. 6 rise. West. nmain le vel-No. rie--South prospect ing drive off N"_ 3 ea': to 120ft; hard wash poor valu:; stospped. North pro .apctin; dria :. prospects poor.. annelliing an :ruckreading on Nos. I and 6 rises with fair res&lt;:'s. Cathcart C ent%., rra .-No. 4 rise -One party c nro?sc: ing in wash of fair. quaiity . No. 3 rie--All payable wash taken out ...
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 March 1914
THE SHAREAIARKET. ./. Mr 0Noah Da ey, stock and sharebroker, High-l-treet, .·-borough, reports the Ifollwin c'!_';n: quotations at the last Smeetini of the 'iMebourne and Ballarat jtocks eSch'n.~ on iSaturday afternoon" ..A.ARAT DISTRICT. Catheart--b 4', a 4/6, salea 4/4, 4/5 Cathcart C enral-h 23:9. a 30/, sales 291 Cathcart Victory- b 1/, 3 1/7t Central Lm,--b 246, 2/10 Great L ,nCi--b J2., 33 Lani LN.-, 3il, £ 4 1C sales 4] Lanai 8,--b i1 'N - LA ngi--b 29/6, s 30,8, sales 30/ Upper Li:ni .pit: b 2/ . SBEAUFORTi DISTRIOT. Beaafort Deep Led--b 2/3, a 2/5, Bales2/3 Hope Ex:.-b 3/'7, s 4j ' Hope Ext. W.-- 0I Dope 19.-b 10/6, z 12/ Ha0-De S.-Ib 2 E3, 2 5 BALLARAT DISTRICT. Vic, United-b 2/, 31 BRRIBNGA AND SCAR8DALE. Birthday T'nnel -s 2/ Golden ees-b 2/, s 216 New Jubiiee-b 1/3, s 2/1 Scar le-b 2/11, 3/. Wiim' Eancy-b 28/ SDAY.LESFORD DISTRICT. A ar Centr.i-b 30/6, a 31/6, sales 30/9, 31j SAjaz CnQ;:idated-5 2/6 Ea7scer ..onday-s 2i6 i Ne- Soecimnen H1,i-- 1/, sales 5j%4 :-or h Lord...
DEATH OF MR J. DARLING MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 March 1914
DEATH OF. MR J. DARLING MELBOURNE, SA.oYwRDAy. Mfr John Darling,: the well-known grain merchant and mining magnate, has for years been in. the:: habit of coming across from: Adelaide every fortnight in connection with the affairs of the Broken :Hill Proprietary Co., of which he is thie chairman of directors. : Yesterday afternoon, while in the -Proprietary Co.'s office engaged on the :company's business, Mrt Darling was' taken suddenly ill and .was at onee taken to Dr. "O'Hiaa's private:: hospital, where he was :found to be suffering from :serious ,heart trouble.. He rallied slightly during the evening, but sank agkin; and despite. all. efforts died this morning. M: r Darling, who was born in Edinburgh- in 1852, joined his father's: firm of John Darling and Sons,-graiu.inmerchants and millers, wheni;he was 20Q: years of -age, and has ever since . been identified with tha?t great business. He invested :heavily: in mining properties, and .was .chairman of. directors of the Broken,: Hi...
A TRIP TO THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 March 1914
ST.RIP TO THE WEST. :,Threeof our Ibest-known citizens Messrs: I?EHarris,A-W: Taggart, and EaI iiHumphris-aare-` at present on a Visit to Western Australia. They :sailed= from:'i Melbourne on the 7th inst.,:a nd; hbad a very pleasant sea trip:I. 'During the brief stoppage at Adelaide, Mr. Humphris-called at the City':IHall, iand being a municipal officer, received a cordial welcome at the :hands of the PTownn Clerk. Mr Ellery, iwho .had . the. party. Shown over: thecity. A: visit was also made to: the abbatoirs at daybreak, which` Mr I-Hnphris, in a letter re ceived last week describes as a won derful :place, costing something like :£160,000, 'nd. not yet finished. A call was: also: made- on essrs Lul Bros;, merchants, formerly of Talbot, who were "'delighted . to meet the Mar-yboronians, that a bottle of gold top was i:ntroduded: to celebrate the occasion ?and half an.:. hour was pleasantly spentlin relating reminis cences. Mr Humphris's . brother, Frank; joined the party, and anot...
ULSTER VOLUNTEER DIES. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 March 1914
ULSTER VOLUNTEER DIES MELBOURNE, S urrn?Tr. iMr Robert Irvine, formerly superin tendent of police, died last night at his residence, North Fitzroy. The deceased- was a noted Orangeman, and one of his last acts was _to offer his services to Ulster in the case of hostilities occuring in Ireland. The deceased .was a:: sub-inspector at the timeeof the sectarian riots in Bruns :ick in 1897. He w?::: as mounted on a fiery.;horie, and he charged. into the crowds and scattered them right, and left. His energy. was resented by a section Qf the crowd, and stones were thrown at him. The missiles, however, missed him.