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SATAN'S KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
SATANi'S KINGDOM. STn.ds Scotland wheroe it: :did? It -ou::l een not if a. statemen?:ii?in rece?t issu:e of the United Free COhiirch :i t'e, o:r anything near the: truth. MT . :M. Barnet, a layman;i f" irk? ,:;idv. is 'epresented as saviing:~t'i The ppI:latio:f (of the district aibout.Kirk? :,l.y) is .ieriouslv outgrowing: ohureh u safion. The kingdom of .satain. s ~ro::vig .by leaps and bouindst. The ':- is t',ire are whippet; footbhall;: .iri:. n:", tGhe deviL. la irge proti: ;?ii,: :,i o the population are :as:com; :c v ie:-lyathonu as tho savages of das-:. :os- _fric:a. A great manyi have n:. -,, God dr G and man. .Thatiis in~. :lr· lireolv. to the vagaintit i·;?:. "hlf I-rish and half ::S::oSotcb., ,.h is ab,,ut the worst combialtien St rld. Other .authorioitie ? i, ',c oever be st;it:ed. I Aikeli lei. S ir:l who direams of eopin'g al ,,, her im:agination to rum away .witUl:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
INGiRAM'S TOMATO bAEOE yhen yu ase Ingram's Sauoe ther0 's nothing wasted, Ingram's makes the Dlainles food too good to leave. JAS. IINIFJE & CO., MARYBOROUGH FLOUR MILLS. 'PHONE 47. A. LAND, Iianager. FLOUR, MEAL, BRAN, POLLARD, and WHEAT, AT CURRENT RATES, Notice to District Consumers, Our Bran and Pollard is Branded distinctly with our name (MINIFIE.) ABk for that Brand only and SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. DISTRICT FARMERS PLEASE NOTE- WTH EATm IN ANY QUANTITIES, BOUGHT UP TO 10,000 BAGs. t I, :UIGHEST MARKET PRICE. CASH ON DELIVERY. For Wheat Delivered to the Mill id. per bus. above Melbourne equivalent given. ,.OROSES LIOUtID FACE POWDERI. N theee daysof onutdoor life--motoring, .elfing. boating, c.-- reliable and liarmlese liquid powder is one of the nece'?itiei of life. SOROSE8 LIQUID FACd.: iOWDER it found by experts to be ' perfectly invaluabie preparation and a dcided imnrovement on the old ifahi1irt'd dry Ipocwder. Beeides improv i:: :- ap5pea.rance it acts as a shiel...
THE CALL OF WIRELESS. A NEW STYLE OF ADVENTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
THE CALL OF WIRELESS. A NEW STYLE OF ADVENTLUIEU-S. The call of the wireless has been nswered lby thousa.'nds of youg Amerii cans. They have become pounders of the brass- in merchantman and warship. and are now riding the high seas, talk ing half round the nath. And, as in the old fs oi the railing ship, when audacity was-a a boast and skill a pride --maters toi be related and roundce out whlevee e men of the seven seas :,-t iQ fellowship and quiet--a vr'i table host of new stories have entered the world with these pounders of the The world hears a few of the@e stories remarkable for the heroism of the operator and the appalling loss. as in the caste of Eccles of. the Ohio, or Binms ''.f the Republic or Phillips of the Titania. But there are other stories rcnaa:'ikble in that there was litle or o jloys of life. remarkable in that the qluik -vit and mechanival ingenuity of the ope-rator met a- unexpected criss. Two young fellows were sent ot u in a rowboat from a land Nitation to in ...
DRAINING THE ZUYDER ZEE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
DRAINING THE ZUYDER ZEE. The Zuyder Zee (South in Se a) was formerly a lake surroundd bV f ns nud Marshes, its present ex.nt -Fo:ng chiefly the result I lint1os .10ich o0 ourred in the thirt enth1 c';iuriy. H trea is about 2000 oquare miks and averagoe depth from 10it to 1'Mt. It has arlays been the e wo'rk of tieo no! 'anders to recover as uich as possible if the land lost to tlhe in this min cer in past ages, n 1 inh lit-rnl cenas they cain ch sad tohve ha it iade their countrv, hlving :relaimnd >ver 1,000,000 acres irtm ti e s 1, l'ia sod rivter, since tho si'-t nih centurr. 3chemes for the rcl'niaion or tht Eurder Zeo have bw ii a. v iriouS :ames discussed, tni a P.11 '.s intro luced ir 1900, bIt awterward' with .rawn, to deal oith, i!rst, somo 135.000 sores oi the uouthern parV at a cost of ihout £791T,V00, an eetuaily 100,000 n'rccs at ac e i t a v ' 0.000. UIIS prosent mennui nIo 'th' D- utch 'arliimrn' isn 't-ension u nd comn letion of those ph-n .
FUNLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
FUNLETS. What did tho lard pail? - The frightful kerosene. What made tihe bed-spring?-It saw tho umbrella-stand. Why didn't the, paper-weiht? - It must always go before the tib'o leaves. What was it the marmalade ?--A table-ileg. Where did the milk-j.r'?--ft jardin iere. Wher,? did the parachue,?-At tthe gas raune. WiVhy did the ice cream-- B.cause the elg-boea ter.
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
GENERAL NEWS. MLuch damage was caused by a terrific storm at Tamworth on Fri day afternoon. Many houses were unroofed and dismantled, and iron telegraph poles were grotesquely twisted. Many (ucerne and tobacco crops were destroyed, and several people are reported to have ex perienced very narrow escapes from personal injury. One man was blown off a load of hay through a fence, while the cart and horse were overturned by the fierce wind. The damage caused amounts to several thousand pounds. Sixteen people have been killed by motor cars in the streets of Sydney within the last 13 months. Thirteen were struck down last year, and a little boy and two men have been killed this month. Mir John M. Georry, one of the three survivors of the Sturt Expedi tion in 1861, died at the FIarkside Asylum, South Australia, on Friday morning at the age of 73 years. The butchers of Brisbane have raised the price of beef all round. Some of the retail butchers are charging It lb., while others are confini...
TRAGEDY IN BEDROOM. FATHER AND SON SHOT. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
TRhAGEDY IN BEDROOM. ATHER AND SON SHOT', SYDNEY, SATU~DAY. A: 1. :ly hour this. moriing-a -, occurred at " Stoke Edith," r:.-r:i. , Bellevue Hill.: The r- e :--Hardy, Walter Houn. : ei?. ti :'.o: of the city jewellery :: rdy ros,. Ltd., and his ai: : -- a -v is yet unexplained. ;*;, ^-i^ H:dy, wife of Walter S.- : awn.'kened by the sound S -' ' :.. in her son's bed ,.-'. " :; " ped out of bed and :..?.:e. tho- room where she .u^i 'r husband lying on the :1-: : " o~· bi blood. He had a "'- e rigt side of his head, . '-ch bered revolver, con :'-, - :v discharged shells, was 1:::1. c:ad in his pyjamas, I :. : uC-t'i?21ous on the bed, -', a:÷ bW.ding from a wound iobtined, but the 1 :1 areayand the son r3,-'ve-i to' the hos zr~ -?turated with ;::.: ! i-? !,::: a:: pierced the :aa:un itts way hr s~e byhe • -'- 1 tle to :ra strac in ;;1 zflma. wrse at no 0 taled n Eng
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
THflE SHAREMA ilKET. Mr Noah Davey, stol a nid sharcbroker. lFligh-streot, tl.arborouotr , reprte tha following closing quotations at tile !~in meetings of thle Mielbourne and Ballarat stock exchanoges on Saturday afternor :- TN V ESITI ENTS. Ballarat Trustees--b 3/ ARARAT DIST'J CT. CithCbart-b 3/, s 3/9 Catheart Central--s 34/9 Cathcart Victry-b k/, ' 2/1, sales 2/ Central Langi-b 4/, a 4/6 Great Langi--b , /6, . 5b Langi N.-b 1)3 s .,' Langi N. (paid)-- i,', 5 10/ Langi S.---b 15/, c 15/6 New Langi-b 35, s 36/ esales 36/, 35/3 Upper L'ogi (paid)-b 2/6 BEA0I)OJ-I .D:-.LTRICT.. Beaufort Deep L"ead--b 3 2, s 3/6, sales 3/4 Hope ,xt.. X --b 8 i, s 90, sales 9d Hope 'xtl W. (uid)-b 01, s 1/ Hope N.-b 11/, s 11i9 ]BALLA RAT Di'S'lTRiCP Central P'iate:ai Ext.--b 24, s 2/5, sales 2/6, 2/4 Lian.brris No. i--b 6/9, s 7/ New Normanby-- b 2/1 N. Woah Hawp--s 3/6 . Berry-b 1/-1, 1,8 .BERt.INtA AND ,CAR8DAE Golden l'eefs--h ] i 1/6 , sales 1/9, 1/6 nScardale--b "'6, a 8, sales 1i/5 to 2/7 XWiX...
BEALIBA MINING. BEALIBA, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
BEALIBA MIINING. BEIBA, Saturday. WVork at tbe wrious mines has been resurimed after Ihe holicdays. At the Bealib Alluvial highly pay able wash is being taken out from the main wah drive ieast, while sx ploration workL- on the false botom continues to disc!ose payabtle cmeentmc wash. Mr Wilson, of Bowenvale, has been engaged with bering pi' nt irud staff to prove the ext-nt of the auriferous area to the east, and i, now down over SOft. with the firt bore. At the Puzzle Fat mine the main shaft has touched bottom, discioing about 5ft. of cementy wash, carrying payable values. The Puzzle Flat Central are com pleting timbering shaft !.rpcaratory to opening out.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
T SEAhON 8 GRIEETINGS "A M ERRY XMAS AND A PRO PEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL." A, NNOUNCES the continuance of the most significent selling event_ of the A year, his GREAT RETIRING SALE. )7-:(7 .I Bigger P1ice Indtucements than Ever. ATTRACTIONS IN VALUE TUAT ECLIPSE ALL OTHERS. Don't get lost ini the crowrd, but make straight for ROBERTSON'S, where you can BUY E\ EYTiliNJ FOR LESS. Ladies' ONE-PIECE CO&lt;i'TU iE. x h. v-y l.atest in style, at 12s 6d, l6s 6d, 1Ss 6d, and 21s; reduced from IS. .,, .-, 2s ud, and 27s Gd. Ladies'. BLOUSES, in lap. sO'k, v Ile. and trisore, at 4s ld, 6s 6d, 8s 6d, and 10s Gd; reduced from 6s Gd, 7s id0, ' ,5.. and 12. 6d. Ladies' .ID GLOVES, 1S and _. in.hes laug, " Dent's" reliable make, in white, tans, and black, at Ss lid, 6o 6 !, and 7s lid. LADIES' UNDRSKRTS A recent purchase, and Very Exc;lient Value. Ladies' WHITE MUSLIN UNDERSIl.TS, deep muslin embroidery, at 4s 6d, 5. Sd, 6s 6d, and 7s 6d each. ROBERTSON'S the place .r Pic-Nic HATS. 15 dozen S...
OBITUARY. MR JAMES M'NIE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
MR JA3MES M'NIE. Gen.era. reret will be felt through out the di ric t the death of 3Mr ,Tuer M'Nie. ebich ocurrred at the M.ryorough hosvpital at an .arlv bour vylerd.v motrniau. It WEill u reembeId 1-at Mr M\ Nie's premises in BiurkE::-:ret were de stroyed bcy S, o: Ne, w ear's night, the oubOreak nvinr been caused by the inrfim ol! man accidentally k&lt;no-sking over wh. :a'.p ·,hile lying in b2d r.in; Lb I is pro b.ible tha h: vol..uN have lost his Bfe then and '.-re but for the c.urageous acmion of 30i Ernest Favarno, of Be'ey, wh.o rescued him fKom the ur.i':g :.l:aig. As it Sias AN, '.i_ u:n some nasty bur-,=. but i: was not those in- I jrdies so muc oas P.ie e s t::i shoa.k that afLc, te? - '- hi , h:3 ,i re:ached, the age of SS yrý,- A formal coroner' a i ,?u, ,':i = Gapened by Mr D. B.erriman. P. As mornihc Ia Th'e da h of Mr M'Nie a d-I another to the lo:n li: of passing pioneers, and W is o0si ous mhat soon there Wi be e kins off be goiden days - remu ing. H ,as a...
LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
LADIES' COLUMN. (By~ "Ambrosibr , Velvet neck-bands ann satinflounces are two of the crazes of the moment. A narrow black velvet ribbon with a pendant, or a large baroque pearl is much worn with white blouses for morning wear. Some people have oeven adopted the fashion of wearing the flat wrist watch mounted on a black vel vet ribbon-bracelet, and this eighteenth century fashion makes a quaint con trast with a tailor-made dress. There is a new garment coming into vogue, which is partly scarf and partly pole riac. A pretty one was in wide mate rial, the border of' which consisted oc a blanket stitch in thick Berlin woo: worked first in black, and then over that in white. The effect at a distance was not unlike ermine. Not for many a year has lace pllayed so interesting a part in the modes as it has this season. The effort to widen ;he silhouette at least a little, has had !omething to do with the matter; for lounces have been brought fromn the imbo of discarded things, and what iloun...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
RECENT events in Australia and New Zealand, as well as in Britain, glend color to the suggestion that "the :' tendency of trade unionism is in " creasingly towards collectivism and "the growth of new uuionisim, "which is in effect collectivism "under another name; it is the "natural development of the in " herent prociivities of trade "unionism."' And the objective is to be reached by a Labor party in Parliament and a militant unionist party outside Parliament. So long as the "constitutional method" of the legislat:ure serves, new unionism will accept it as a forward step; but rthe pace wili always be accelerated by periodic industrial upheavals, reflecting relentless class war, and designed to entirely reconstitute in dustrialism upon a collectivist basis. Meantim', too, " agreements' may be entered into by masters and eum ployees-to be deliberately broken and betrayed whenever the cham pions of the new uUionism deem oc casion opportune for wresting furth-r concessions from employe...
RADIUM ON DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
RADIUM ON DEATH. "Even in an age of wonderful dis coveries that announced to-day is well oaiculated to astonish the least imagi native. It cannot be said that the curative properties of radium are as yet definite!ly established, though there is excellent ground for hope in the facts cited by Sir Fi'edlerick Treves,~ says the Daily News. "But the mere details of rthe new discovery are soI amazing that the mind staggers at t;hem. "The great barrier to the adapta tion of inventions to the service of man has nearly alh-'-s been the absence of omio uheap an't effective way of dis 5eminatinmg then What the Radiuml [nstituto has done is to makiro it pos bible for any country doctor to em ploy the most expenoive known sub stanc in the tireatment of :his pa tlents at a very mod-raate cost. It is only necessary to bott!le the emitn stions of the radium-i--whioh for cur ~iveo purposes a:re as effective as the radium itself, pwhich are given off con atantly by it, with a practically neg ligible...
CHAPEL-STREET ABLAZE. ENORMOUS CONFLAGRATION. ESTIMATED DAMAGE, £100,000. TOWN HALL AND COLISEUM DEVASTATED. MELBOURNE, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
CAE ' A T BLAZE. ]L/,ENG UG A .TION, EST,.IA A, :00,000. TOWN HAL " OLISEUM i_) E','- ·-· - T A T L !), AE OURN E?:'-"j SUl'DAY. ..r..r a 'd"t, when sitting dlo'.n; t,? t:,i}: munday dinners, were s.de by the clang of firebells, ni .,ng ,ut, aw a great towerz ,: -: a .,,o:oing up from i the c!in;e of Cha etl-street. It :.5.was ,,?i::7 .n" th t Treadway's :igeat ,"-r *,:. ,:othing store, known: as . i-:- C eum," ' was on fire,: and?; Si .=?'" , he utmost -effrts of ste ,ner-. and fire-eengines:', :which ;, ui:i · -athered from :llaal rts ofIthe rol itan district-, this enormous buil:i:g, with its valtiable: conentents, ,.c-.~n completely destdroyided.:": :. T he fire seems tio ihave r?riginated in the back premisesi: ad the :alarm was firet given:fom'i a:: :fir :tation adioining, Theflames spread to the Town Hail, whiih adjoins; and con pletely destroyed thfe liarge new ball, The wind was blowing gently from the west, and it' arried. burning debris across :the ;stree tand set fire· t...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. The proper wayS to wash a knitted coat is as follows :--Make a good lat tbher and dip the coat up and down in it till all the dirt is extracted. Then rinse it in warm iwater (taking care not to wring the coat at all) and put it into a pillow-slip. Pin this on to a clothes-line on a dry, windy day, and when the coat is nearly dry take it out and put it on a coat hanger to finish drying. If you stuff a few newspapers in the sleeves they will hang better. Coloured cotton dresses show signs in time of frequent visits to the wash tub, and yet, apart from their loss of color, are still quite wearable. The best plan then is to blench themu. It may be accomplished this way in most cases, Fill a large pan with water. and put in one tablespoonful of cream of tartar to each quart of water.. Put in the faded garment, bring the water to boiling point, and let it boil for three hours, stirring it at intervals. rake out the frock, rinse in cold wa ter, and then hang it in the air ...
MARYBOROUGH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
MARYBOROUGR, ,TELEPHONE: EXCHANGEh LWST OF SrBSCBIBERS. No. A:::,dvertiser" Oflice ... 11 Albion. Hotel ., .. ;.. 29 Bank oUV'ictoria . ... 53 BennellC. B. (sehiorlineman)... 83 Bennett John .. .. .., 44 S:Brewe r And private residene)s :12 BrownbillGBG,. bM .. .. ... 49 Barge, R. .I.. 54 Bull and Mouth hotel :... 2 Cleary, 3. i N'..x .... ... 8 Colinahn ad- Lardner: .. -.. :39 Commercial Hotel..:;. ..-, ...67 -Court :ouse ?, . .. ... 45 Cox, n.3B. .. .(F .. -.. 1 Cameri, B ? . . . .. Crooks1 J 3. B . . ..70 Davey, 1Noah.. . . . 68 Davies, I.. .. 57 Deaneflr. B, W. ... Ln. i . 23 D lass and Sen (F. Fisher) ... 17 Edwmards and Co.11... .. ... 1 Fire Brigade. .3. - . :1:.-:1. 1..i 3 ..: ' Flour Mills andc;, Mr Land.",s pri,:)-::: vate residence .. ??:: . 47 Garde, Dr (' --.- 3-.-- R..i., . Gas Company . . . 81 LoGreen, W. B k ... : ..-',? .. Grigg, S., and o. 37 HarborigIh M . &aag .:),. 6: - Her'ring, . S. 8 41p ad ri..-1 Hwlett and Black... 7 . -".- , Bo.pital ... ... .........