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TURKISH PLOT. TWO ARRESTS IN PARIS. PARIS, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

TURKISH PLOT. TWO ARRESTS IN PARIS. PARIS, SATURDAY. ::Two Turks-Sheikh Iskander and Burand-ed-din-have been arrested hereon suspicion of being concerned in: the plot to assassinate, in Paris, Oherif Pasha, :the Turkish Radical leader. . Iskander admits that he was the Paris agent of the Turkish committee ,of Union and Progreess, and that he hadi~been ordered to shadow Cherif Pasha, but he claims that he was not:'concerned in:the crime. Cherif Pasha declares that the investigator of the attempt on his life was Azim Bey, who, when prefect of police at Constantinople last November in curred the displeasure of Russia.

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FLAVOR OF BUTTER INJURED BY METALS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

THE FLAVOR OF BUTTER IN JURED BY METALS. The United states Dairy Division hnas he-tn iiivesigati:g rho et?frct of tile proesence of a nma:l amounrt of iron or copper may haave on roe tlavor of but Tl1&y riport thalnt very smalt amounts of !sCse lmtis illi thle crnm CauS certain undesirable lav ors to inCrease iu intonsity during .torage. Theo, ilaros "re often deh-gnaild as "mLt allio," "oil:'." or "fishy." Experi inents were carried out, using3 know,.n tuanptiti s of var-sing from 1 to 500 arts to a mifllion pars of cream.I The butter was stored an examiined at in telvals ,a,",ug ir,)l l to 1i, days. iihe mo1 not;icreable feaiure was too r.anid devclopmnust of btad ilavors in butter containing the iro.n. Butt-cr nmade iiom cream whichll had stood in rusty cans deve?oped a peculiar taste easily pickcd out. The iniluence of C(operO ias even more marked than tha, o- ir"n. Tile work shows that if cream Ls kept in ruisty cans, or comes in can tact wii h iron or copper during tho...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THRONE OF ALBANIA. FIERCE COMBATS. ATHENS, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

it h ',:,: e i. :. ":. i . . the -i1RO' Ut \LA A (th a e e/s :,d :::? Sk.:::? ','-,:.-. , to tit -:-: ? v . e .. .: \tne de s :?-; punit -rnK a 1·'r- K !:orthere. town in cd\ g?.['.-tr' com b :?t,. h .- ,. { -:,i ,? .?:. Alb k ni:?',,-. b.etween, th'e :??7...-.:-- : ?li. m e er . l. c. occu ied everl ditric BERLI r 6,C r states that responsible circles in Berlin are not hopeful in regard to the future :of :Prince Frederick :of Wied as ruler of Albania. The Kaiser has urgently sought to dis suade the Prince from accepting the throne, but His Royal Highness will not retire ashe considers himself " a mandatory of i eiilisation."

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PEOPLE'S PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

FEOPLE'S PARTY. Mr Daly, organiser for the People's party, delivered an interesting ad dress on Federal politics at the Shire Hall onThursday evening. Mr Geo. Downton, J.P., presided, and there was a large attendance. The speaker was accorded a splendid hearing.

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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JAPANESE ERUPTION. DEATH-ROLL OVER-STATED. WOMEN BECOME INSANE. ISLAND'S SHAPE CHANGED. TOKIO, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

JAPANESE ERUPTION. DEATH-ROLL OVER-STATED.< WOMEN BECOME INSANE. iSLAND'S SRAPE CHANG-ED. TOKIO.-SUiRDtnAY. i I fnvesditiion in the. distric:tdeasv - tated by the great eruptiohn,:of:; the s.kura -him.a volcano.. .proves 'the: -ies h-'ol, which has been givein~as 7 L0, to have been considerably Wx zctrated. - "T x m-jority of the inl haibtnts of th is!and hare beosen resciuedAt:'::: .Um.... of 7the women sav(;d are~-i howe,-r, i,-sane owing ta tthehorrrs r.h1c-t• which they passed andito: sep.ra:i o.- from or the loss of -:their ilea. ir·ty-three persons'weit? on -; 'widdied in a cave oni -...y-..... T' sailors, •wh0o r- e-:, ad to wade through T--. d- wrought by .the "ton-n . s description. The enti'e - of he is9land has beeni - . . ,- he eruption. Not a sinie ,-e of th N 30.000 houses round iq 'sin: - 8:. ;., etainus its shape, ?i- :: a':" o<ied deep in light c.:,',-~i- v g he appearance. 'v r d by mn feet. of no i se !s I,. great scarcity :of n :,:,,i :m..:;...

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BOWENVALE. BOXING DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

BOW ENVALE. BOXING DAY SPORTS. The final meeting in connection with the recent Boxing Day sports was held at the fire brigade station on Thursday evening. There was a good attendance, and in the absence of the president (MIr F. H. Hornsby, J.P.), through illness, Captain J. D. Pollock, occupied the chair. The secretary (M.r W. Reeves), submitted the balance sheet, shiowing that the receipts totalled £71, and the ex penditure £47, Ieaving a credit balance of £24. General satisfac tiocn was expressed at the financial result, and laudatory remarks were made at the excellent work done by the secretary, Mir Reeves, compli mentary reference also being made to the assistance rendered by the previous sparts secretary, Mr W. S. Williams, and others who had worked to promote the success of the gathering. It is the intention of the fire brigade to extend a portion of the money realised in the direction of purchasing necessary apparatfus for competition at the annual de monstration.

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BURGHERS THANKED. SPLENDID MOBILISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

B::: URGE ERS TTHANKED-. SPLENDID MOBILISATION. Gee. n??eal Smuts, Minister .for Finance and Defence, has sent a message expressing the thanks of the Government to the burgher com mandoes called out., and particularly to those, "-whoi: achieved such Bplen did feats of mobilisation in reaching the:- IRaind in t:ime~ -to enable the Government by using :::itsf own ::re sourdes~to 6deal firmly. anid effectively with tboMnational danger,.".' : Martial ??r lawn is no respecter of per sons. The Mayor of Pretoria, who was arrested at the strike head quarters on Thursday evening, had only goimethere to discuss matters with a view to me~diating in the sirike. While he was so engaged the police arrivred on the scene, and he was arrested with the others pre sent.

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NATAL WORKERS WANT TO STRIKE. FEDERATION DEFERS ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

NATAL ' WORKERS: WANT, TO : STRIKE. FEDERATION DEFEiRS ACTION. SThe NatalFederation-of Trades announeasthat a ballot taken amiong its meib-ers has resulted in a majitrity declarin :ii ifavor of a general ::srike.. However,:the Federa-, tio has:decided twdefer aition in rpetictEte?b?ail ot for the- present.

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FEEBLE-MINDED AS WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

THE FEEBLE-MINDED AS WORKERS. "It ihould be understood clearly, ,w.it0 s : woman doctor, that the feeble in rmind, no matter how carefully they are t-ainod, wil never be able to sup 1,.:. them elves. The oosti of the careful supervision which is always :,cessary makes it umpossblo that any col~oy should b1 run solely on the i:rcleds of the 'ork done by the col ,nists i What can be done is, by careful adustment of administration iand by wise apportionmeut of work, ac .ardiing to the powers and wishes of the buys and girls cared for, to greatly rediuce the suns which must be found either from the rates or from private phiilanthrSopy. The farm colony is pro bably much the best form of perman ent care for the feeble-minded, both necess'arily mean the establishing oif a protected trade, in competition with outsido labour, and because of the great variety of work which is provided by the cultivation of land. Other trade. should be run in connection with the farning and gardening, so that ...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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ARRESTS AT DURBAN. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

ARRESTS AT DURBAN. Messs Boydel a Labor legislator2 and Keinridge TChairman of the local Labior. party, haveen ear- rested at Durban.

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WRITERS AND WRITINGS. LITERARY NOTES AND VERSES. POETRY FOR CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

WtILTERS AND ?YRITINGS. LITERARY NOTES AND J VERSES. V POETRY FOR CHILDREN. There are two main difficulties with regard to the teaching of poetry to young children. The first, to find suitable verse, which shall yet not be trashy or mere nursery rhyme; the second, having found the wherewithal, to do anything with it that is really valuable beyond simply learning it by heart. W\ith respect to both these points, some help is furnished by making, and keeping, ourselves perfectly clear as to what we want the children to get out of it all. From six to seven, surely little more than that they should like poetry. Even after nursery age this must still rematn achief aim; but here it is the only one. It is by no means necessary, or even desirable, that all of it should be within the compass of a child's intellect; suffice it that it be within the compass of his feeling. But the babyish songs and verses which we give to the out-and-out nursery child stand on a different footing. Not only must...

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POSITION AT PRETORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

POSITION A:T PRETORIA. All is -quiet in ePretoria.i: The strikers ithere are s till out and are apparently firm. It is reported, however, that many of the men are desirious of resuming . : -::

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QUARREL COST A LIFE. OWNERSHIP OF PAIR OF PLIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

QUARREL COST A L8FE. OWNERSHIP OF PAIR OF PLIERS. Over a pair of pliers a quarrel took place, which resulted on the alleg.d murder of Charles Johnson, a dock !a borer. aThe man was found bleediag from a terrible gash in the throat in London, and he expired shortly after staggering to a surgery. Sub seqnuently, John Griffa, or Griffiths, a dart-board maker, surrendered to doe police, and was charged with murder. Events that led up to the tragedy were describcd at the inquest by Charlets Henry Hart, an able seaman. Witness said he was in the kitchen when Griffin oame in, and walking p to Johnson said '"Where's my pair <f pliers?" Johnson replied "I dent know where the pliers are.:' Then John son and Grifin went out together wrangiing. Witness heard Johnson say, "They're not worth threepence," and Griffin replied, "I don't care wne ther they're worth a quid, I want tLem." About four or five minutes alterwards he saw them standing re gether, still wrangling, in St Annxt stree...

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CHARGE OF ATTEMPTED MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

CHARGE OFATTEIMPTED MURDER. One of the men arrested at the Trades Hallihas been ch rged with attempted murder : It 'is, alleged that this man -fired a revolver dur ing a raid.on :the Trades: Hall by, detectives on Wednesd?i. :

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CURIOUS CHARGE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

CURIOUS CHARGE DISIllSSED. A man named Paul RHobert Rosinski was charged with having stolen a large quantity of watohes, valued at £1645, the property of Israel Herman. Mr De Fries, who conducted the pro secution, said Mr HermihI was a manu facturer's agent. During the last three months the accused, with whom he was acquainted, shared his office. On the evening of September 30, Mr Herman left in his office some watches to the value of £1600 odd. On ar riving next morning he found on his table a scrap of paper containing the following in defendant's handwriting: "Where are my opals? You will hear from my sollicitor to-morrow. I don't want to do this cheating business."' Deteotivo Inspector Collison gave evi dence as to the arrest of defendant. Rosinski denied that he took the watch es with intent to steal, but said his mo tive was to bring the matter into court. H-o made certain allegations against Mr Herman's mode of carrying on business, and said that some opals defendant had asked...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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REUTER'S CABLES. SOUTH AFRICAN TURMOIL. MARTIAL LAW CONTINUES. RAND MINES WORKING. JOHANNESBURG, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

REUTER'S CABLES. .MARIfAL L,!.V' CONTINUES. RAND) MI-?EV S WORKING. J OH? . ES B U RG, ATUioDAY?, it i:s u~e~r~rtood that there will be Zno irebation of martial law in the di-tric V affectedi by the proclama iin n;or any alteration of the mili tary dinpoition ' until the strike is ,oiite!vly ended and normal: con .ditio..? : ,re recored. There was very little cessation of ~work at the mines yesterday$. Offi -ial te.?grams from all the:principal r:ailway centres arnnounce that :large numbers of the strikers are reporting for duty. . :: The authorities are considering whether they :will prosecute 43 of the principal :sltrikers at .:the Salt River railway i.*orikshop-s (Cape), under the provisions ofabthe .:Railway Act. The 62 delegates; of ithe Typo-S graphical Union, who were arrested" at the conclusion of--: a meeting in Johannesburg on .:Fridiay were brought before the police court later in the day. They: we:re charged with. a contravention o:f tlhie martial liw regulations in. hol...

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CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. (NOTES BY ORTHOS.) [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. (NOTES BY Owruos.) The four teams of the District Association were on Saturday again favored with beautiful weather for the continuation of the matches com menced the week previously. As anticipated, Havelock had a com fortable win at Talbot, while the contest on the Maryborough oval ended in a victory for Railways. This latter match was keenly fought out in more ways than one, and a good deal of feeling was engendered over certain elements introduced into it. In the first place Railways' opponents resented the taking of the crack Talbot bowler Baker on the vote of delegates who had no authority to attend the association meeting ; then there was further friction over the matter of luncheon and other timue wasting" devices, and over the sup planting of Willet by Morton. This latter player, who is a handy bat and a fair field, was inadvisedly left out of the. Railway team on the previous Saturday, the eleventh place being filled by Willet-a useful change...

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COMMERCIAL. WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS. BALLARAT, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

RGIAL. WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARK Ef' ST. : ". BALLARAT, Saturday. Messrs Brophy, F'oley and Co. report: Deliveries improved: somewhat during the week, but there was only a moderate demand, and prices show little variation. Wheat, 3/5 to 3!6 for milling. Flour, £3/10O. Brai, £4/10/. Pollard, £4/151. Malfing barley 3o to 3/3 for prime Eng lish, and 1/10 to 2/.for Cape. Oats are firmer at 1/7 to 1/9 for best Algerian. Chafing'sheaves are in fair demand at 37/6 to £2 for old, and 35 to 37/6 for new; manger sheaves, £2/j :. Straw, 30/ to 32;6. Potatoes, £3101 to £d1101/.. i: -?IEr.BoURNs, Saturday. Wheatst;.-The markeit:is firm, with little offering in town, the: main portion of the business being conducted in the coautry. Parcels are quoted at.3/6w,. and farmers' lots on the bassobif 3/5/ to 316. Sales of slightly oaty wheat :have been made at 3/5 to 3/n5Y. The-: London market is steady, though business is not very active. Flour.-For new flour tahe association price is £S/101 delivered. A:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

INGRAH'B TOMATO SAUCE 97hen you ase Ingram's Saues there 's nothing wasted. Ingram's mhkes the nialp est food too aced to leave, JAS.I I?FV IE & .G! -rW' 1: IMARYBOROUGH- FLOUR L '" 'PHONE, 47. A. L A "?FLOUR, iMEAL, BRAN, POLLARD, and WHEAT, AT CURRENT RATES. Notice to District Consumers. OuJi?Brtn and Pollard is BrP.nded distinctly with our name (MINIFIE.) Ask for that Brand only and SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. ()DISTRICT FARMERS PLEASE NOTE fIv'Am r IN ANY QUANTITIES, BOUGHT UP TO 10,000 BAGS. L L JL. :HIIGhiEST MARKET PRICE. CASH ON DELIVERY. For Wheat Delivered to the M\il id. per bus above Meilbourne equivalent given. -I- ·· -· ·· ---- -·------ -------------l----- · , IT N.\EVER FAIL.-, " For yor- we ;ve I ', tsvin Cham brlain' ?ahn Remcv," E s Mr. Herbert 11, W?\,'-iew , Wontworth, N.. W. " We h A' .e me cibilren and never use9 anvt'-h' else tor the treatment of cou " ..al i la .nch diai c .omplaints. Icon?i .nti- rYrommend Chnamerlain's Co'u-l; ,Re:-o,'iy to everyone, mo...

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MAN OF THE FORESTS. ARTIST WHO LIVED IN WOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

MAN OF THE FORESTS. ART.iIST WHO LIVED IN WOODS. Looking like :~ primitive skin-clad cave man, 3Ir Joseph Knowles a Boston art:st, has emerged from the forests of Maiune, after a two months' fight for existence in the woocds. tr Know!les left the woods near MIe autic, oin the Canadian Pacific Rail road. He was chid in skins of black bear and deer, and was carrying a pack on his back, containing materials for making a fire and tools which he had tashioned to aid him in living a prim itive life. Thus ias ended Mr Knowles test oE hardihood and endurance to conquer a hostile ouvrironment. On August 4, the artist plunged into _he foresC s near the Spencer Lakes, Main-', and then had no clothes, no weapons, no implements of any kind, :nd no food. He promised to come out of the woods on October 4, fully clad, in good health and physical con dition. He has kept his promise in every detail. The artist left his do main near Spencer Lake, struck out across untracked wilderness 70 miles from th...

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