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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
Bunsuess Notlces. READ THIS NOW. THEN -------- FOLLOW THE CROWD TO----- --- - LUCAS & CO'S. BIG CARNIVAL NOW IN FULL SWING, OUR Xmas buling is about done. We've veau at it for weeks, gathering together into every section of the store inst the things needful for the festive holidvy sea on. Our stocks are full. It woucl take too long to te'l tihe etorv o' c? 'er purchase, bu t some big bargainus av.- been secured, and you will certainyr save both time and money Lby makin your purchases here. The Special Values In LADIES' BLOUSES. Ladies' While .u-:ii Blou.-;es, iu a biu variety of stylce, lgh-nwcked or ow necked, mayar or b.dice cut, all n'ade of fine lawn or r 3audi mu,:in and Swigs mu.nlin trin:min:;; . A " 2- lid. i 3i... and is 6d ach Ladies' Whi.'- Vc: e c'u'.: al smanra designs, some plin '.sirt attr ri, others cut with low neck sEu.i trimined rtokiDns and edin;gs, other c ri:h'y embroidered. At 55 d, 7" Cj, and aS: 11d each. Ladies' White Lawu Biouses, -,vith colored er...
MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
MANAG(Er:S' R.EPOi T'. Beaiufort Deep Leads bep, n for Lt.- Wic! resumecd on Jatnuiar 5 with Iuil staf. Putting up No. I bote, prog-essi,. Catbcart, Ararat.-- Resumid ui'er, ground operations on the thi inst.; ani! works proceeding eatiisfactoril. Yiel, 130 oz 2 dwt., Duke Extended, Bet B.t,--North-east main levei--Extended to 530it.; will puti up bore incomn?g ek. outeast level--A. rise--South-eat drive ext'ndei 1Slft., wash smal!l an5d poor, B i:.e North-east drive extended to ;ol:t. no: payable. South-w st b rnch-- eaud work in faces in Nos.i and : rises on Monday, 5th inst. No. 3 rise--ipened and driven south-east 12 t. in payabl dirt. Yield, '4 L;, 15 dwt frim 05 fathoms. New iLangi Lga~! .--Min reef drive to 2-24ft., ir tight ground. I arnch reachedi west reef, stopped, widening dirive for No. 1 rise. This work compleied, will start riiung this afternooin. It will be itu ted between No, 30 and No. 31 bore. Treated pressure this umornine; now down to 21 lb. East reef drive to':...
HAVELOCK AT TALBOT. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
HAVELOCK AT TALBOT. Not so much interest is being taken in the Talbot match, but it is still an open game. Batting first the home team put together the neat 100, Eaves topping the score with 39, Congress contributing--17, and Ead 16. A. C. Chivers led the bowl ing with 5 for 39. The Havelock response opened well, A. C. Chivers making 17, and Morgan carrying his bat for 33. The latter, however, gave chances. One wicket is down for 65, Scores : TALBOT. First Innings. Wardley, b A. C. Chivers... ... 5 Schmidt, b F. A. Chivers... ... O Ead, b F. A. Chivers ... ... 16 Eaves, b F. A. Chivers ...... 39 E. Congress, b A. C. Chivers .. 17 Deans, b Shebler ..... ... 6 D. Congress, b A. C Chivers ... 1 Wouda, b A. C Chivers ..... 3 Ladd, b Shebler ... ...... 3 Fenner, not out ... .... 1 W. Wardley, c Wenmouth, b A. 0. Chivers... ...... ... 1 Sundries ... .. ... .. 5 Total .. .. ... ... 100 Bowling.-A. C. Chivere, 5 for 39; F. A. Chivers, 3 for 29; Shebler, 2 for 22. HAV lELOCK. First Innings. ...
WAREEK. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
WA REEK. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The Wareek Progress Association held the first meeting of the new year on W;ednesdny night at the E!m Pines Estate. The weather was altogether against the prospects of a good attendance, and it was gratifying to see that, so great is the interest taken by the members, the obstacles in the way of atten dance must be very great before they will even think of staying at home. As most of the inhabitants are very busy just now in the midst oi harvest, and the day's work is seldom over till late in the evening, a late start was made with the meeting. Tho President, Mr R. S. Rowland, was in the chair. There was very little general business to transact. As the financial position was not very clear to most of the members, the treasurer promised to submit a statement at the next meeting as clearly as he could under the circumstances showing how matters stood. The question of a debate with the Alma Association cropped up. Some were of the opinion that the Alma or...
DISTRICT NEWS. BOWENVALE. GRASS FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
DI-RIT iT NE WS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONUDNTS.) BOWENVALE. GRASS FIRE. About four o'clock on Thureday afternoon a fire broke out in a pad dock off the Wareek road, about a mile and a half from Bowenvale, and owned by Mr Francis Long, of \W'areek. The strenuous efforts of between 20 and 30 residents were successful in confining the fire to the one paddock, but it was not.tiU S o'clock at night that they suc ceeded in mastering it. About 14 acres of grass and timber were de stroyed.
GUNSHOT ENDS PLAY. BOY SHOOTS COUSIN. BRISBANE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
GUNSHOT' ENDS PLAY. BOY SHOOTS COUSIN. BRIS 3ANE, SaTURDAY. According to a report made by the Clifton police, a tragedy, result ing in the death of a child seven years of age, was enacted at Mr Gilmore's farm, where Heatherly Gilmore was accidentally shot hy his cousin, Thomas Huxton. The incident occurred rwhile several I children were at play together. A laborer had left his gun on a reaping machinm near which the childrren were playing. Unaware Sthat the weapon was loaded, Huxtou, who is 12 years of age, picked it up and began handling it. While its muzzle was pointed in Gilmore's direction, Iuxion accidentally prssed the triger. The charge ex ploded, and Gilmore was instantly killed.
MARYBOROUGH MATCH. A GAME OF SENSATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
M-kRYBOROUC3H MAi.TCH. A GAME OF SENSATIONS. On the last occasion that these teams met Mlaryborough had an easy win, and Railways had evidently determuined to do their utmost to turn the tables. They had in for the first time this season Moore, the policeman bowler, who has been in disposed for some time, and the attack was further strengthened by the inclusion of Baker, the Talbot bowler, for whom they obtained a permit on Thursday night. This made the whole difference, for when Morecroft won the toes from Herring and put Maryborough in on a rather uncertain wicket, these two bowlers went through the side. The first two wickets went very cheaply, Youlden being given out leg-before to Moore, and M'Allister being snapped up off Baker. Stevens did a little better in association with Haberle, but showed no certainty and was caught at leg when he had 15 up. J. Herring partnered Haberle, who was hitting hard, but running risks, and presently both fell victims to Moore. However, Haberle's...
DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. (NOTES IB" OwrTos.) After a few weeks' holiday adjourn ment, the district competition was resumed on Saturday under favor able weather conditions. The matches listed promised to be very ii:teresting, those keen rivals, Mary borough and Railways, being op posed, while Havelock went to Talbot. As anticipated, the oval contest proved a good one, but it was a decided victory for the ball over the bat. At Talbot the visitors appear to be in the better position.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
SOU'TH AUSTRALIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. ADELAIDE, SATURDAY. This match was continued to-day. Scores - SOUTH AUSTRKALIA. First innings ... ... ... 189 NEW SOUTH WALES. First Innings. Co ly, b Crawford .. ... .. O MIacartney, c Smith, b Crawford i5 Andrews, c Winser, b Whitty ... 20 Col:in, run out .. ... ... 111 M'Kew, c and b Whitty ... .. 2 Bardsley, not out ... ... ... 53 Keileway, c Chamberlain, b Craw ford ... ... ...... ... 1 4 Falkard, c and b Crawford .. O Cotter, not out 1..... ..14 Sundries ........... 20 Seven wickets for .. .. 285
CRICKET. NEW ZEALAND V. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
CRICKET. NEW ZEALAND V. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. The match between New Zealand and Victoria was resumed on the Melbourne cricket ground to-day. Scores : VICTORIA. First Innings. Carroll, c Hickmott, b Robinson 2 Sewart, c and b 8andman .. 25 Kiernan, c Tuckwell, b Caniton.. 61 Willis, c Taylor, b Robinson ... 40 Heather, bSandma.n ..... 65 Lugton, b Sandman ....... 36 MPDonald, b Sneddon .... 64 Lampard, b Sneddon ....... 36 Armstrong, c and b Saudman ... 1S Matthews, not out .... .. 63 Carkeek, b Robinson ..... 6 Sundries................ 23 Total.............. 439 Bowling.-Robiuson, 3 for 113; Carlton, 1 for 79; sandman, 4 for 103; Sneddon, 2 for 51. NEW ZEALAND. First Innings .... ...... 141 Second Inuings. Rees, b MDDonald.......... 12 Hlickmott, st. Carkeek, b Lam pard............. ... 9 Taylor, c Armstrong, b Lugton ..14 Hemtus, b Armstroug ...... 19 Sneddon, c Kiernan, b Lampard 51 Sandman, c Kiernan, b Matthews 6 Patrick, run out ......... 8 Tuekweli,c Carkeek, b Armstr...
INDEPENDENT MAYOR. LABOR LEAGUE ERASES NAME. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
INDEPENDENT MAYOR. LABOR LEAGUE ERASES NAME SYDNEY, SAIURDAY. Alderman Chapman, Mayor of Mascot, who, in defi~nce of the Labor executive, ?upported the can didature of Mr Page, M.L.A., in the recent State electionS, has had his name erased from the roll-book of the Mascot Labor League. The league refused to endorse Mr Page's uominiatio:, so he stood nas an Indepenlfr.nt Libor candidate, and was eected. ,r Chapman did not obey the summons of the league to ex~~iin hi s attitude before this actio?n was decided on.
MELBOURNE NEWS. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
MELBOURNE NEW~VS. SATURDAY. George Maconochie, alias Daniel Winter, whose melodramatic arrest near Mooroopna, on banks of Goul burn, was effected by Detectives Burvett and Napthine on Thursday night, was before the City Court to day on the original charge of pre senting false certificates under the M~iaternity Allowances Act. Detec tive Burvett recounted the story of accused's original arrest on Septem ber 29, escape on October 10, and re-arrest on Thursday. He asked for a remand until next Thursday, and accused offering no objection, was remanded accordingly. A good-looking young Maori named Peter Masters, who said he was a recent arrival from New Zea land, was to-day fined 10s for carry ing firearms without a permit. Masters said in excuse that he kept his money in his pocket and with it he had a small unloaded revolver, which fell out when he pulled out his money. This, coupled with his dark color, frightened the boarding house people, who immediately sent for a constable and he ...
BUSH FIRES. COUNTRY DEVASTATED. RIDDELL, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
BUSH FIRES. COUNTRY DEVASTATED. RIDDELL, SATURDAY. Miles of smouldering and devas tated country, overlooked by the pillar of fire into which Mount Micedon had been transformed. testified to the damage done by bush fires in the Riddell district on Fri day. Fire that started on Thursday near Sunbury, and came northwardi toward Riddell was 'brought under control on the Red Rock property of Mi Alan Currie. It was well guarded yesterday, but at about 5 p.m., when, all was considered safe, it broke out'afresh on the side of the Red Rock itself. A strong north wind was blowing, and the fire quickly traversed the property of Mr Wilfred Johnstone, then extended to Mr Major's, and Mr Fell's, right on to Sir Rupert Ciarke's property known as "Kiemet." A great number of fire fighters from Riddell, Sunbury, and Gisborne did excellent work, but much damage was caused. Everything was thought to be secure for the night, but at 10 o'clock the wind changed to the weet, and started the fire again towa...