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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
It is good value, and th8 thorough at* eution devotied to every order left at R. K. LA1m's EXCI~_aIo GUOeCay ,rTOR?, NouL a'rC, MZar1o3oso Ga, that has etblished the store so firmly in the favor of the general public. The freshest, tho purest, and the most wholesomehigh class groceries stocked. Bedrock prices, On the principle of "nmiall profite quik+ e~Turne."- ( Adrt.' SENEGAM Stande Absolutely Unrivalledifor COUGHS and COLDS. Sold by 3. F. OGLJE, ClS BJMIsT, MARYBOROUGH. Wanted. G ROCERS.-Wanted, young MAN. third or fourth year improver, Apply, J. TuoasNnILL & Co., Grocers, High-street. ANTED,-An experienced GENE I~ R kL; good wages. Apply, Miss GRANT, High-street. , P7 ANTED, -BOY to drive ice cream v cart.--MI. HART, Nolan-street. WrANTED,--Smart, useful BOY to learn business. Apply, YEOIAN & Co. LANTED KNOWN.-J. DIAMOND, Butcher, Tuaggra-street, Mary borouigh, has been appointed AGENT (Live Stock) for the QUEENSLAND INS UR NCE CO. Al Classes of LIVE STOCK Insur...
EXTENSIVE DAMAGE. BENDIGO, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
EXTENSIVE DAMAGE. BENDIGO, SATURDAY. Sedgwick district was swept by a destructive bush fire last evening. &nbsp; The outbreak occurred on Mount Herbert, one of the eminences on the Mount Alexander range of hills, about two and a half miles east of Dr. Atkinson's Ravenswood estate. The fire was carried by a north westerly wind over smaller estates known as "The Spring-, and &nbsp; " Preston Vale." Many thousand acres of grass were burnt, also a quantity of timber. Several houses were saved by the strenuous efforts of the firefighters, who turned out in large numbers from Sedgwick and Mandurang. At night the fire resembled a bril- liant pyrotechnic display on the hills. Though it was still burning this morning its progress had been checked.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
MARRIAGE. fM'Canan-BILToS (Silver wedding).--On the 8th January, 1889, at the Presbvterisn Church, Craigie, by the Rev. C. H. Talbot, Archibald, second eldest son of the late Joseph and Sarah IM'Crabb. " Garvan Estate," Carisbrook, to Mary Phcbe, eecond eldest daughter of the late David and Elizabeth Bilton, "Hatfield," Craigie. DEATHS. MATarTsws.-On the 7th January, at "Pencoed," Darabin-street, Heidel berg, Margaret, beloved eldest daughter of Mrs Rachel Matthews, and the late Lewis Matthews, loved sister of Wil liam, Daniel, John, Kate and Mrs H. J. Huffer, late of Ballarat and Mary borough. Interred privately, M'NiE.-- On the 11th January. at Mary borough, James M'Nie, beloved father of Mrs Dippier (Maryborough), Dun nan (Kalgoorlie), James (Echoca), and M.a Crawford (Melbourne). Aged SS years. Friends are notified the funeral will take place TO-DAY (Mondsay), at 3.30 p.m., leaving the Hospital for the Mary borough Cemetery. HUBBLE BROS., Undertakers TRELOAR.-On the 9th January,...
COMMERCIAL. WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS. BALLARAT, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 12 January 1914
(JOMMERIi3AL WHOLE8ALE PRODUCE MARKETS. BatLLnAiT, Saturday. Mesars:Brophy, Folev and Co. report: No change of note has marked rue open ing of the new year, ano prices shocw out little alteration from ast report. Wheat; 3/5 to 316 for mulin. Fiourm £8s10l. Bran, £4/10!. P r Maiting barley 3/ to OjU for orxme Eno lish, and .2/ to 2/3 for Cate. OaS lre doll at 1/6 to 1/S for ioe&t A r Chaffing sheaves are in .r mn et 37/6 to £2 for old, and 39! to 3;76 fir new; manger sheaves, £2/5' ; raw, 0j/ to 32/6. Potatoes, £ i0; to i5 10!. MELnotS". Saturday. Wheat.-The market iL not very aci ti and tendencies are s latie irre'ular. Shippers' ideas do not Cxc eg ~. on which bseis purchases are mtine male in the country. In town, where enpohies are not offering with anv "reedo.m, p" - cels are qurted at 3/j3( eners os in opup to 316. The London market is qoure in tone, and the demand is ra'ther 1ohw. Flour.-The association price ior nrw dnr has been established at 8 10'!, or the same as f...
THE TARIFF. INTERSTATE COMMISSION. MELBOURNE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 14 January 1914
THE TARIFF. INTERSTATE COMMISSION. MELBOURNE, TUESDAY. The Interstate Commission con* tinued taking evidence to-day in connection with the bUot industry. J. H. Hlarkn.ess, manufacturer, said that his firm's experience as to increased cost of manufacture since 1907 was that it was 25 per cent., not 40, as stated by the Boot Manu facturers' Association. In 1912 wages paid in industry in Australia were £244,000 more than in 1909, although workmen had decreased. Some of the materials used in manu facture of- boots were not yet made here, and those that were, were not as good as the imported. Charges made in the first Federal tariff had been rather against development of the boot industry than for it. A factory capable of turning out 5000 pairs of boots weekly would cost about £5000, exclusive of working capital.
A WOMAN'S DEATH. CORONIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 14 January 1914
A WOklAN'S DEATH. CO : RONiAL INQUIRY. The Coroner, Mr D. Berriman, P.M, held an inquiry at the court house yesterday afternoon touching the death of: a woman named: Rachel NtLIPherson, aged about 70, who died in the Maryborough Hospital yester day morning. ;:Constable H. S, Dunn stated that :atabout 7.30 on Saturday night he was -informed a .woman was lying druink iin Davies's lane off. Burns street i-He took a> cab :and went to the spot. ·The woman smelt strongly of :drik and a?ppeared to. be very drunk. It 1:seemed to him she had been drinking wine. He took her in the:cab to the watchhouse, charged her ivith being drunk and disorderly. a'nd l:ocked ~ier up.?-: She kept mumbling " What's all this about." ':George ThomrasPollard, porter at the Maryborough railIway. station, sand :residing at:- Burns-street, de posed·iTiat o Satuirday evening last he was informed that a woman was lying in his yard .apparently drunk. W(ith the assistance of Mr .Baker, he removed: her:. to the righ...
MOTOR DUTY CHARGES. RESUMED HEARING. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 14 January 1914
iMOTOR DUTY CHARGES. RESUMED HEARING, * heh LONDON, MOXDAY. The-hearing ::of the charges of Customs frauds in connection with the .importation' to Australia of motor cars ;and accessories was re sumned to-day. M"r: Shorland, manager of the Clement-Talbot Motor Manufactur ing Company, re-examined, admitted that clerical errors occurred in 15 invoices between September and De cember, 1909; wherein the net price of-tyres was treated as gross. :Mr Bodkin, for the. defence, obh. jedted to b the admission of thees in voices, but counsel :for the prosecu tion contended that defendants must have known the invoices wera wrong. . :::Theprosecution would not accept the statement that the mistakes were clerical, and pointed out that Mr Idle. returned a batch of invoices to Mr Shor!and requesting that they be corrected in accordance with an arrangement made with Shorland. :The magistrate upheld Mr Bod kin's objection. The case was ad journed.
OVERSEA DOMINIONS. IMPERIAL VISIT. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 14 January 1914
OVERSEk DOMIN[ONS. IMPER1AL VISIT. - -LONDON, MONDAY. Sir. Hartmann Just, assistant Under-Secretary-. of State for the Colonies, leaves in February on an official .visit to the overseas dominions. He proceeds to the Cape on February 7 and joins the steamer Anchises at Darban. on March 27. After a visit to South Australia he proceeds :to Western Australia, thence returning to the Eastern States. After visiting Tasmania he2 proceeds to .New Zealand, thence to Vancouver at the end of June. Sir Hartmann Just hopes to acquire something of the overseas atmosphere': so essential in dealing with colonial problems, also so in .aluable to him as secretary of the Imperial Conference.
THE NEW GOVERNOR. SIR ARTHUR STANLEY ENTERTAINED. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 14 January 1914
ENT'ERTI' C D LONDON, 3iosx ?y, The Victorian AOe"t-'ener,. Mr P, A Bride, to-d A' enter.ained Sir Arthur and Ldv St:'ni~. · at the Aut:omobile Clutr r Lewis and Mrs n arcourt, Lord d Ladv Sydouham, Lord and L.adv She?:aialJ, Lord and -.,addy Emmott, br h.ia Talbot, Sir -artmant ,.at, ,ir ¾ohn Auderson, Sir Chari:, Lues::.-, Si. John and L,,dv Taverner, a,:d ma,,y other V ictoriain s ,.ere Uerascl. , M jr i\I B "r te r t " o i a h" m nv, ' . '.Bride culogizsed the appoint nmert o. Sir Arthue '.S e overnor of Victoria, d ad : tlegrae from Mr Waft, ih-,, Stat Pr±mierae Ui-elcoming His Fxceii cm and Lady Stanley, Sir Arthur BStakiOv i pl, id hn was eensib;e oV the: kin,-ss already received irom Vie-in-_; i&lt; Lonledon. He iooied fored m protitable and p e-s-,n?t sc I i... tori.a, Mr L&ewis Ha r'eourt!, iV :,:i- a vote of thanks to ,iNr A 'rid, ;id a tribute to a he work alret-v ath.- plished by him on bedls! o-f \`ie torna. Mr Brid. in r·py, epr satis action at ithe aC...
WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 14 January 1914
WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. The matches in the above associa tion will be resumed this aftern0oon, when United will play Methodist. United will be chosen from : Branton. Lamb, Boase, Twist, Gross man, Burge (2), Sterling, Mitchell, Chisholm~, Gartrell, Walker: PeHart, D' Masters.
GROWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 14 January 1914
(JRO WLS. (BY "THE GRUMBLER.") In the "Argus" last week a con tributor furnished a lengthy article on our railways, but as usually hap pens with such writers, his vision was, for the major part, bounded by the metropolitan area. He can have a very slight knowledge of our back block railways or he would not write: " It is possible, therefore, to make some comparisons between our railways and those of other coun tries. Anyone who does can only come to one conclusion, and that is that the Victorian railways, in all the details of management, are equal to any in the world; and, as far as passenger transportation is con cerned, and general upkeep of rail way stations, permanent way, and rolling-stock, it is superior. Generally speaking, therefore, if there is a fault in our railway management, it consists in provid ing too good a service." " Too good a service." Let us see how this works out. Almost daily there are complaints in the Melbourne press about the suburban trains. If these com...
POISONING WITH GERMS. TRIAL OF KARL HOPF. ACCUSED OF FOUR MURDERS. BERLIN, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 14 January 1914
PO lSO eING WITH GERMS. TRIAL OF KARL HOPF. ACCUSED OF FOUR MURDERS. BERLIN, MoNDAY The tri', -:as commenced here .of al H': opf, a 'oted German fencing m.,ster, wto was arrested at Frank: fort-ou-aiano in April last on"a: charge of ha ving murdered his first. to wives and attempted to poison the thirdu in order, it was alleged, to secure the heavy insurance he had taken out on their lives . Since his arrest, the police investi gations have led to their preferring further ch'arges o murder against H opi, who is now accused of having poisoned with a~r'senic his father, his first wife, and his two children, and, furthermore, of hagin attempted to murder his mother and his second and third wives. In .0ay, while in prison Hopf mane a conessionu in whichl he ad mitted administering cholera germs to his third wife. To-d-y Hopf with drew this confe.sion atd explained thet he was sfering from mental collapse when he administered the germs to his third wife. S[Hopf e is . for.me'r world's ch...
CRICKET. COUNTRY PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 14 January 1914
CRICKET. (NOTES BY ORTios.) COUNTRY PROSPECTS. Some time ago the Melbourne Cricket Club talked a good deal of fostering country cricket. Various schemes were considered, but noth ing very defiuite was adopted. Since that time the M.C.C. has sent several teams to the country, but the extent of their " fostering" has stopped at that. Now the Victorian Cricket Association proposes to do some thing in this direction, and it looks as though country cricketers will soon be given an opportunity of showing their abilities to critical Melbourne. Whether this will lead to any of them getting into inter state elevens is open to doubt, but they will, at least, have had the satisfaction of coming before the selectors. The Victorian Association's action was decided on at a meeting on Monday night, when the executive recommended that a combined country team be brought to Mel bourne to play against a V.C.A. team. Mr E. E. Bean, who moved the adoption of the recommendation, explained that the idea w...
GARDEN WORK [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 14 January 1914
AKRDEN WORK ilieis are amongst the most beauth £ul and ornamental of cultivated bul bous plants.. Their large showy and richly colored flowors, which are i, ---?., .~?leS nlglllmy perfumed are produced on erect stems, giving tihe planus a stately appearance, and ren dering them altogether indispensable subjects for the embellishment of the garden. Miany of the strong grow ing, hardy kinds are admirably ad apted for grouping and naturalising in shrubberies, and when once es~ab lishe,d the bulbs may be allowed to remain for years without being taken up or disturbed. When planted here and there in olumps along near tlhe edgesa of partially shaded walks and drives they present a most pleasing ef feet when in full bloom. Lilies are best adapted for planting in the mix ed border, arranging them according to the height of the different varieties. The commoner and most plentiful spe cies that have been established here for many years give ample evidenco bf the suitability of our climato for...
FATAL BOXING MATCH. SURVIVOR ON TRIAL. LOS ANGELES, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 14 January 1914
!.+ B--oXNG B XATCH. SRVIVOR ON TRIAIL?. LOS ANGELES, MoDAY, ..:: The trial of Jess Williaird in'on-i. nection with the death of the -bo-er Bili Young, was continued here to day Cousel for the defence :quoted the leaning towards cockfighting of Georg~ Washington, and the pasr tiipacjtion in boxing oi Br;iish sportsmen. re contended that since bthe Mia?ouis of Oueensberry revised the r les of boxing gentlemen liked to talke parP in .he sport, but they did nol i?e prizt-fighting, .The prosecu t ng attorney answered that whether Geurge Washington aproved of co k-fhtinug or not, it dmi not apply to the present day, as Sthe law; had chan?ed since the timer of Wishing?toe. Similarly the law hmd chanel in regard to boxing. :'?;t +--vca LI5 B -i ,oung died in August last frtet ? knook-out blow during a bo00nn contesat with Willard.]
DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 14 January 1914
DISTRICT HOSPITAL. The monthly meeting of the com mittee of the Maryborough hospital was held yesterday. The President, Mr O. H. M'Donagb, occupied the chair, and there were also present- Messrs C. Waters, H. E. Williams, C. Bucknall, G. Fiegehen, and T. Rickard. Apologies for absence were received from Messrs Ogle and Lean. CORRESPONDENCE. The following donations were re ceived and acknowledged with thanks:-Trustees Edward Wilson ("Argus") estate, £20; Felton Be quests committee, £15; \W. A. Zeal Bequests Fund (per Mr E. S. Her ring, solicitor), £2 10s; Mr John Bennett, Maryborough. £2 2s; Duke and Main Leads Consols employee, £1 13s; (the late) Mrs A. E. P. Bucknall, Rodborough Vale, £1 is; British-Australasiau Tobacco Co., £1 ls ; Mr D. S. Micklesen, Moolort, £1 ls; Mr J. C. Lowry, Inspector of schools, Maryborough, £1 ls; Mr W. J. Bateman, principal District High School, 10s 6d ; Meyer, M5eltzer, and Jackson, surgical instrument makers, Mfelbourne, 10s. From Dr. E. W. Deane, app...
DR. NANSEN'S REMARKABLE VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 14 January 1914
DR. NANSE'.'S REM!ZlrABLE VOYAGE. "''The arrival at Imminighaz of the Biberian steamer Coi'reot concludes :a remark~able voyago, which has not; only openod oua .1 now Siberian trade route, but re?ilted in mtuch scienuLio re siarch,"' says the Tleleg'aph. "Tho ovt.ward voyage ocupied four years, and thu expedition, orgailsed by Mr Jonas Lied eost £20,000. The Bouid .rip was froi Trousoe, Norway to Yenesei River, Siberi, and back, and the Correct brought to nnmiingh'un 1500 tons of Slberian produce, conm prising timber, hemp, ilax, goatstins, horsehides, bear skins, pigs' bristles, and dead calves, togethor woth two live oamels, two young bears, a wolf, and two deer. On board on the outward journey was Dr Nansenl, as expert, toguther with otbher distinguished passeigers. Dr Nansen left the vessel on Septiem ~er 8, to go up the river Yenisei, with member of the Russian Duma, and Russian secretary to the Norwegian Ambassador, in a motor boat placed at thein disposal by tohe Russian G(.v...
THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 14 January 1914
THE GDLDEN AGE, At twenty Jim set out to find Ajob, the sort he had .n mind; He was ambitious-boys should bo And thought, i'll sooner climb a treeo By starting near the top-whtich truth Should be impresed upon our youth. But sad it is to state, the msn Who'd jobs to give said, "Call again When you are older , and we'll see- You need experience, dignity."' At thirty Jim was trying still To find a job which he could fill, But now no longer timo did waste In seeking one to suit his taste; Ho still prefterred tihe top, but said: "I'll take the foot, if not the head." 'MAhem I" the answer came, "you are Too old to start, too old by far, And yet. too young to boss the show- Come back within a year or so.' At forty Jim had not, ye;t made The landing he'd so long essayed, The years had thinned his raven hair 'To call him bald 'twcre scarcely fair), But brought him wisdom, so that he Cried,' "I'll take anything, you seel" Again they sharply looked him o'er, And shook their heads: "Abheni i t...
BILLIARDS. REECE PLAYS WELL. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 14 January 1914
BI3 LLIARDS. REECE PLAYS WELL, LOTNDON, MONDAY. The billiard mantch between Reece and Gray wa continued this after nomon and evening. The game is the third of a series each of 18,000 np, Gry coce1,ing 2000 start. Reece wams ag;in ir fine form to-day and deflied th Australian to make up hib !ea ,. Gray compiled: a break of 547, while Reece managed breaks of -17 and 282. At the close of play to-night the scores ?,were Reece (receives 2000 start), 11,063:; Gray, 9609.