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MAIL STEAMER'S PLIGHT. ON LEDGE OF ROCKS. WILD WEATHER ON CANADIAN COAST. ST. JOHN, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 January 1914
MAIL STEAMEW'S PLIGHT. ON LEDGE OF ROCKS. WILD WEATHER ON CANADIAN COAST. ST. JOHN, WaDNESDAY. Reports were in circulation here early to-day that the Royal mail steamer Cobequid, which during a terrific storm struck a rock off Brier Island on Mionday night, was still above water. These reports had not, however, been verified up to early in the afternoon, and the con tinued silence of the vessel's wire less apparatus appeared ominous. But later more reassuring news was received from Halifax. This mes sage simply stated that the Cobequid had been sighted bard and fast on the Trinity ledges, and that her pas sengers are believed to be safe. The Canadian Government steamer Lady Laurier had previously been despatched to make an attempt to locate the Cobequid. Much wreckage is coming ashore on the Nova Scotian coast, but so far it has not been identified. Great gales continue to rage along the Atlantic coast, and terrific snow storms are occurring at sea.
AMUSEMENTS. COLISEUM PICTURE GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 January 1914
AMUS EliENTS. COLISEUM PICTURE GARDENS, The star picture for to-uight (Fri day) is an exceptionally fire ons. It is adapted from the famous novel, "Hard Cash," by Charles Reade. It tells of a sea captain, by name Dodd, who has amassed a fortune of £11,000 in hard cash. After nearly losing his ship and money by a violent storm, he is attacked by pirates on a high sea, but succeeds in beating them off. After a lot of exciting experiences he reaches home and deposits his hard cash in a bank only to find it is on the verge of ruin. He next day demands his money back, and is told that the bank has failed. The shock is too much for him, and he falls down in a fit. The illness and the shock causes him to loose his memory. He is shut up iu an asylum, and his experiences while confined in the lunatic asylum are vividly portrayed on the screen and gives some idea wh'at these poor unfortunates have to go through. The bank mansager's son, who is deeply is love with Captain Dodd's daughter, dema...
COLLIERY DISASTER. INQUIRY CONCLUDES. NOBODY TO BLAME. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 January 1914
COLLIERY DISASTER. INQUIRY CONCLUDES, NOBODY' TO BLAME: LONDON, WNEDNESbAY. The inquiry into the Senghenydd colliery .disaster: was concluded to day. Under the new Miing Act. the investigation was held by the chief inspector of collieries with whom sat two assessors-one repre seniug the owners, and the other the miners. The verdict was that the disaster was entirely accidental. The col liery was properly ventilated, and was properly i nspected on the moril ing of the explosion. Furthermore, the number of examiners was ade quate. The explosion was dde to gas fed by coal dust. The cleansing of the floors and roads had beaen s matic, but the coart of inquiry recoumended the paying of Kore A-untion to the roofs and sides: It io nd the Hoae Office to en' -: V :snd Aik solution of the dust . ·urit iwas unable to locate th: S -xilosion, but the preu' i evidence had enabled a amp-station as.:he ing-poix The- cort - n-':-^ able to say whether : i 'n as caused by a S - are eiCetrical wire. '^...
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 January 1914
MINING NE WS. THE SHAREMIARKET. Mr Nosh Daver, stook and sharebroker. High-street, Maryborough, reporr thne following closing quotations at the !lt meetings of the Melbourne and Balarat stock exchanges yesterday afternoon: IN VESTMENTS. Amalg. Zinc-b 27/41., s 27/&lt; ARARFAT DISTICT.. Oathcart-b 3l, s 3:" Cathcart (paid)- b 2/b , a 2,:, saies 2;9 Cathcart Central--b S2/o0.i, sales 32,9, 33/2 Central Langi--b 3/7 , a 3-. Great Langi--b 4/3, s i/5 Langi N.--b /3, s 5 Langi S.-b 14/6, q 1C1 Lansgi S. (paid)--b 1!/ New Langi--b 3o/6, 35; New Lanai (paid)--s 37/6i Upper Langi-b i/3, a 1;6 BEAUFORT DISTRICT. Beaufort Deep Lead-b 2.9, s 2/10O%, sales 2/1 Hope--b 9 Hlope Ext,--b 2/9, a /i . Hope N.-- 12/ Hope S.--b 3:-.-, se ,2 Hope Ext. W.--b 9d Hope Ext. W. paid)--b 10d BALLARAT DISTRICT. Llanberris No. 1-b 7/3, s 7/, s al?s 7/3 New N'ormanby--b 2/6, a 2/7 N, Woah Hawp--b 2/i, 5 3,3 BERRINGA AND SCA -SDALE. Bisthday Tunnel -b 3;6, a 3i Golden Reefs--b 2, - 2/4, sales 2; Scarsdale...
REUTER'S CABLES. SOUTH AFRICAN CRISIS. POSITION AT JOHANNESBURG. POLICE SWARM EVERYWHERE MARTIAL LAW. JOHANNESBURG, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 January 1914
SOUTHI AFiUC I N 0-?,1:?,S. POSITION AT ,,OH .NNFSURG. POLICE SWA . EVE RYPH Et~ E MARPTIAL T W. JOHANNESBURG.. ',r.IDN'EDAY. Johannesburg to-day presents a Iremarkable contrast "o its appeiar ance ye-terday. 'i'her everything was quiet and dill, b uc to-Jdy police swarm everyvae"e. Armed mounted constables are patrolling the prin cipal thoroughf;ree, The mnrtial law regulations are. very c0'omprehensive, No one is OlioVed to enter or leave Johannes burLg without a permit. Citizens, who wjsh to be out of doors anyi time between the hours of 8 p.m.I and 5 a.m. nmust have a speciaL, permit, Crowds of applicants for? these permits have assembled. :
FARMERS SUPPORT GOVERNMENT. OPPOSITION LEADER SPEAKS. CAPETOWN, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 January 1914
FARMERS SUPPORT GOVERN. MENT. OPPOSIrION LEADER SPEAKS, CAPETOWN, WaEDESDAY. Amas& iieeting of fiarmers was he..d at:, Stellenbosch, .2 miles east of ?Cpetown; when iMr J.X. Merri man1 a- former: Premier r of Csape . olony, : urged the Government to stand firm:. :There must? be no more treaties: ,with the. Federation of Traides Unions, and no more inter viewsewith men who carry revolverd s In?: tieitr pockets: to enforce their demands. .The latter reference is to th'e CGarlto?in htelt compact at Johan nesburg in July lasts, when Air Bain and:i other jLabor ledaders met Generall Botha and Smuts after the rioting, and .it was stated that if the poilice- ha?fired :the two :Ministers wonliai?hv e ibeeei n shbt by the. Labor deegates. SirThomas Smfartti Leader of the Opposition, ::said to-day that it was the dUity ?f( :the Opposition to stand b the Goverament,: :: The country was not prepared to hand ,over th~e reinsof government tdo a self-ap pointjaed junt ."like the Federation...
DOOKIE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. INTERESTING REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 January 1914
DOOKIE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. INTERESTING REPORTS. The Council of Agricultural Edu-.' cation (of which Mr A. H. Dowie, J.P., of Carisbrook, is a member), has received the following reports for the month of December from the staff of the Dookie Agricultural Col lege : Principal's Report.-The rainfall for December amounts to 81 points, and the total rainfall for the year 1913 totals 20.09 inches. The avs'erage rainfall for the last 33 years to the end of 1913 is 21.10 inches. The work for the month was mainly confined to harvesting operations. Although the general average returns will be good they will not come np to expectations. The wind storms occasionally experienced during the month mitigated to some extent in obtaining full returns, especially in respect to the barley plots. In the sxperimental fields I have looked through about 3000 of the plots and selected plants for next season's stud srowing. A little later on other selec tions will be made of those varieties of wheat that s...
WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. ANOTHER DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 January 1914
WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. ANOTHER DRAW. The results of the Wednesday matches are getting tiresome, draw succeeding draw in monotonous suc cession. It's time some scheme was evolved to get away from this, and the simplest seems to be to start the matches earlier. On Wednesday the Methodists and United came out equal again. Batting first, United knocked up 134 before closing with five wickets down. The strong bat ting of the first pair, Grossman and Branton, was the feature, though both gave chances. Powell headed the bowling with 4 for 21. The first two men on the Methodist side, Gould and Davey, also made a good stand, though they, too, should have been caught early. Colman was the only other batsman to stay, and six wickets were down for 92 at the call of time. Branton took three wickets and Mitchell two, the former securing his three in one over, and just missing the "hat trick." Scores : UNITED. Grossman, not out .. ... .. 51 Branton, c Colman, b Powel! ... .39 Lamb, c and b Powell ...
CRICKET. TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 January 1914
CRICKET. (NOTES BY O??os.) TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. There should be a good atten dance at the oval to-morrow to wit ness the conclusion of the match between Maryborough and Railiaye. In their first innings Miaryborough made 105, and Railways, after hav ing only three wickets down for 65, concluded the day by losing severn wickets for 79. Thus they have 27 runs to make to win with three wickets to do the work. It really seems a very small number for four bats to put together, but the glorious uncertainty of cricket is an ever Dresent quantity--witness Davey taking 4 wickeis for 2 runs last Saturday-and anything might happon, Neither Baker, M'Masters, Kelly, nor Willat are exactly inter state batsmen, but there is always a chance of a man putting runs together if he exercises care and does not go out to throw his wicket away. IMaryborough's best policy would seem to be to put Davey on one end and Haberie at the other to begin with, and then bring Stevens in if the latter does not come off...
COMMERCIAL. HIDE, SKIN, AND TALLOW MARKET. (BY WIRE.) MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 January 1914
COMMERCIAL. HIDE, SKIN, AND TALLOW MARK ET. (BY WIRms.) MELB.onURE. Thursday. The- Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Co., ,Limited, report:-Sheep skins--Market firm, merino pelts well grown Md per Ib better. Hides -Good supplies. Market .-d easier all round. Taliow.-Market dull, all classes 10" lower. WHOLESALE PRODUOE MARKETS. M:sLBOURNss, Thursday. Wbeat.-Th'e market has been quieter in tone, sellers asking 3/6j for parcels, while- buyera' ideas in town are about 316, at which price a fair business has~ been done, covering several thousand bags, partly ex store and partly along side. Business has also been done at at 3/5. Farmers' lots are quoted on the basis of 3/S~. The London market is steady, but quiet, at unchanged price. Flour.-For new flour the association price is £8/10/ delivered. Bran and Pollard.-The association price for bran is £401/ delivered, and that for pollard £4/15. Barley.-The market is quiet. Prime English maltirig is quoted at 3/3 to ' 6, and good Capem...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 January 1914
INGA rl O ATO BAUCE Wheu .on s3e tnfra~'5 Saue ere nothing wasted. Ingr&m' ' maest the plainest food too good to Ieave. JAS. MINIFIE & CO., MARYBOROUGH FLOUR MILLS. 'PHONE 47. A, LAND, Manager. SFLOUR; MEAL, BRAN, POLLARD, and WHEtAT, AT CURRENT RATES, S-" "Notice to District Consumers. Our Bran and Pollard is Branded distinctly with our name (MIIIFIE.) A::-sk -for that Brand only and SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. DISTRICT FtARMERS PLEXSE NOTE WHTIETLAT IN ANY QUANTITIES, BOUGHT UP TO 10,000 BAGS. ;L.L9 :HIGcHEST MAtRKET PRIOE, CASH ON DELIVERY. For Wieat :Delivered to the Mil qd. per bus. above Melbourne equivalenrt given. B.S.A. I cheapest in the end. It is not only the initial outlay that counts .when buying a bicycle, it is what will it cstt?iceep in proper going order during S:. the years you will want to use it. If you buy: a cheap "pattern " bicycle you win p:robablyI prove to your sorrow that it wi.i i've cost you twice the amount of a machine buit cf ,:.nuine B.S....
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 January 1914
GENERAL NEWS. It is stated by a Fremantle clergy man that girl immigrants are in veigled into houses for evil purposes in some cases, and are brought to ruin at the outset of their Australian career. He has offered to supply in stances in support of his statement. These reports were submitted for in vestigation to Mr Neville, the clerk in charge of the W.A. Immigration (partment, and every possible chan with the aid of the police. Only one incident that by any stretch of imagination could support the idea of white slave dealing was discovered. This related to the case of a young girl who was alleged to have been enticed into a house, ostensibly as a domestic servant, but actually as a white slave. Even in this instance the allegation was not completely proved, but the Immigration depart ment, thinking that the case was suspicious, had the girl placed in another house. Most of the infor mants have baulked the investiga tion by declining to give the names of those who, according to th...
OLD AGE. ITS CAUSE AND PREVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 January 1914
OLD AGE. ITS CAUSE AND PREVENTION. There is no longer any occasion to go hunting for the spring of eternal youth. Mr Sanford Bennett, of San Francisco, has found something that gives the same much-longed-for re sults. He can prove it, too, and in his own person. At 50 years of age he was worn out practically and broken down in health. He is now 72, in excellent health, a good deal of an athlete, and, judging by his photograph, looks about 35. At 50 he was partially bald. To-day be has a thick head of hair, although it is white. At 50 his eyes were weak and getting worse rapidly, so that he needed glasses. To-day his eyes are as well as they ever were. and so on. But let him tell all about it himself. He has done this in a volume which is a collection of statements about himself and his experiences and directions for taking some very simple and gentle exer cises in bed every morning before arising. The book is called, " Old Age: Its Cause and Prevention,"' a copy of which has reached...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 January 1914
GRIPES IN -T)RSES. "Some time ago our horses was down with a bad attack of gripes," says Miss I. J. Coles, Major's Crdek, N. S. W. "I tried several remedies but they had no effect; as.a last resource Igave the horse three teaspoonsfulse of Chamberlain's Golic and Diarrhoea Remedy and noticed an improvemen~ t immedistely. He was soon able to stand and now is as well a) ever." For sale by B. Earl and Co, J. Thornhill and Co, ;. Graice, Howlett and Black. "Oceoio" ehalupooi by H. Deag', hairdresser, and all storekeepers. WHOOPING COUGH. " IMy little boy had whooping cough very badly," says Mrs. A. Henderson, The People's Store, 47 Elgen Rd., MIorning ton, N.Z. "I tried several cough medicines without any of them doing him any good, then I tried Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and he got immediate relief. Since then I have always kept a bottle of this wonderful medicine by me and recommend it to everyone. " For sale by B. Earl and Co., J. Thornhill and Co , J. Gracie, Howlett and Black. 'Oce...
MAYOR AND CONTROL OFFICER DISAGREE. PIETERMARITZBURG, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 January 1914
MAYOiR AND CONTROL OFFICER DISAGREE. -PIETERIMARITZBURG, -TEDv~BaDr. :A imeeting was held in Pieter maritzburg (capital of Natal), to-day fbr: the purpose of forming a local committee of::f; public safety. The mayor, adhering:K to. an attitude he had. outlined yesterday, said that he considered: suich a committee un necessary in Pietermaritzburg: C:iodlonel Clarke, the local control officer, thereupon said that he would have; to wire to the Minister for De fence that . Pietermaritzburg was the only tokzwn in:n thu union where the local authorities had. declined . to heilp the Government: He said that, he-?:was: :empowered ,under martial law ?:to .:nominste :s commrittee him' self and he would do so:, calling on the :mayor- to become a membter., ?After? f~ither discu?sion a committee wf?j formied and the imayor agreed to erve on it,. NUmbers of special con staiibeseare now being enrolled in thistown.
THE RECHABITES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 January 1914
THE RECHABITES. A meeting of the Hope of Caris brook Junior Tent, I.O.R, was held on Wednesday evening; the C.L, Bro. G. Botten, in the chair. There was a large attendance of members. The secretary, Bro. A. Dowie, sent in his resignation, and the C.R. wa~s appointed in his place. Bro. T. Church was appointed D.R. The receipts for the evening amounted to O10s 6d.
DUNOLLY. OLD RESIDENT'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 16 January 1914
DUNOLLY. OLD RESIDENT'S DEATH. Mr John Holt, more familiarly known as "Cockney Jack," one of the oldest residents in the district, passed away on Tuesday morning, aged 81 years. He was a native of London, and well connected. He served his time as a ship's carpenter, but the news of gold discoveries brought deceased to Victoria in the early fifties. He was fairly success ful in mining, but afterwards took to carpentry, which he followed till a short time ago. He lost heavily some years ago in mining specula tions. He was a most genial, intelli gent, and conversant man, a great favorite, and unmarried.