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FIGHT BETWEEN SHOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
FIGHT- BETWEEN SHOWERS. Although willing to meet death by a sword thrust, the hero of 100 duels has shown that he objects very strongly to having wet feet. He is M. Rouzier Dorcieres, a man who has at his fingar ends all the rules and formalities of tho duel. One of- his'. chlief pleasures is to be master: of ceremonies at such meet ingos. His courage is undoubted, but v; of feet or dirty boot he cannot stand. He had had'some small difference about a medical questioii,: and it was decided to settle the quarrel by an appea'l to the sword. A meetingT was arranged, and at eleven o clock:: punctually the ne mnies faced one another 'on guard. Rapier points threatened-that aatt er ed nothing;.but the sky was grey in:a proniised rain and that was errouso They set to: fiercely, so fiercely tht ther swords were bei?t, and new ontes hand to be substituted..@ The sun shone dull, and :t ait t ihe rain came, alter -o minutes of: fierce combat. Duellists ~ nd;seconds were atruck- v-ith paiic?: an...
POTTING BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
POTTING BUTTER. Poteting butter is quite a simple muat ter'. For homue use, your best p!an is to use small iars ifS possible, holding what you can makeo at one time. Thls, however, is not e-sential. For pot ting it, you a ill require to use a little more salt than is usual, say, 1lb for every 121b of butter, also use about half an ounce of 12i lb of butter. Do not use more than this. As soon as the butter is made, scald your jars or tins thoroughly, using a little com mon washing sMod i n the boiling water Drain the jar. and then nack dhe but ter tight!y, after which, sprinkle a thin layer of sal. on top. Melt a little butter and pour it on top of tho salt, and as soon as thiis s cool, tie down the jar wit h parchment paper, or common paper and whit.o of egg. If you have not enough butter to fill a jar at once, follow the same instruc tions with regard to salting and pre servatives. Pat the butter very lightly with a level suriace and pour on top of about an ich of strong brine. mad...
DOGS AND THEIR PLUCK. CHARGE OF ASSAULT. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
DOGS AND TKHIV PLUCk, . CHARGE OF A.SUL M ELBOCENE, : c,.:.. The cnvers-tion -t Hea,.,. .. ... last nght turd o dogs and thei pckC and re o i the pliuck "i sm--ll do, bel in .. to .-e of te pI rty, Rich-Yd ' inc, r :. .. . t" lifted up. by the ear.-' The d ... objected, andt so ,:id~ his ov.':er wi;? struck the supposed off:.ndc-, :t Nor wegian ?-ailor, John k?"ieson, twice i n t h e f a ce . W ' " c h c o m " "a l o k up, and to-dc' was "nied £3 o, ' da:xv ior the asat Griescn ccn vincing the benc_ he lid not inter fete with the dog,
NOT BY THAT NAME. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
NOT BY THAT NAME. Lord Coleridge was driving towards his court one morning in his brougham, when an accident happened to it at Grosvener-square. IFearing he would be belated, he called a cab from the street rank, and bade the Jehu drive him as rapidly as pos sible to the courts of justice. "And where be they'P" "What! A London cabby, and don't know where the Law Courts are at old Temple Bar F" Oh! the law courts is it? But you you said courts of justice i"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
J. S. ROBERTSON'S .SENSATIONAL SALE --:::-(: 7IS NOW BEING HELD. GRE.AT :prepaarations have been made to make this the most succeseful effort yetattempted at Clearing Out Stocks of ail kinds. - :$Each:department hac ite ,uxa of wht we term : _ : - : -: :::.:'] : .- :-: ; 1 S-ENSATIONAL A .GAIN S. MILLINERY, AT M1ARVELLOUSLY REDUCED PRICES. COSTUMES, A: SES:::::.-".: -ATIONAL REDUCTIONS. DRESS GOO D BEING CLEARED AT ABOUT HALF-PRICE. LINEN AND COTTON GOODS, AT SENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS. IN THE - ..."-:.":- .7: :.::-..-:::," -:-" :..:.i f: ": CLOTHING & MERCE.RY SRORE ::THE BARGAINS are Very Interesting. MEN'S, YOUTHS', and BOYS' SUITS, at Reduced Prices. HATS, SHIRTS, S?0ARFS)iBRACES, etc., at Gift Prices. -:::::: Shop early iri the diy, t:ihus: avoid the inevi.Tble crush usual during the afternoon. ,-_ -. :- .': I·. - .:" - , • i 2. . I Business Notices. ' - -"?( :% - - --. " .. NEW -YEAS GIFlS - " .R !THE ERING! IA0 Jewel Ador nnent Apart:from its p:leaising .-at tractlveness,...
HIGHLAND SOCIETY. AFTER THE GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
HIGHILAND SOCIETY. ?AFTER THE GATHERING. A meeting of the general commit tee of the Maryborough Highland Society was held at the M'Ivor hotel on Friday evening. The President (Mr E. S. Herring) occupied the chair, and there was a good atten dance. CORRESPONDENCE, From Mr J. Cooney, Melbourne, objecting to Mr Williamson judging his own pupils in the dancing. The President intimated that it had not been possible to procure another judge at the time. Dif ferent arrangements would be made on another occasion. ACCOUNTS. Accounts amounting to £403 15s Sd were passed for payment. BALANCE-SHEET. The treasurer (Mfr F. Harling) presented the following rough balance-sheet : BALANCE-SHEET. Receipts. 31st December, 1913 Gates ... ... £36 2 6 Grandstand ... 1 9 0 Programmes ... 14 3 2 -- 51 4 8 Ist January, 1914 Gates .. ... 475 10 0 Grandstand ... 57 10 0 Programmes ... 0CO 4 0 593 4 0 Night performance Gatee ... .. 108 5 0 Grandstand ... 3 1 0 -- 111 6 0 Nomination and acceptance fees 117 19 6 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
Business Notices. -: :- i?? ... ·· . .."} . LUCAS'S BIG SALE TO-DA.l .:.. A Money-Saving Opportunity FOR THREFTY PEOPLE. O UR every effort since Christmas has been bent in preparations for mak ing this Bale the most etock-reducing event in our history. Every line throughout our huge stock of a leasonable character we have ruth leisly price-pruned, and many end-of season purchases from Melbourne mann-a facturers will be sold At Less than they cost to produce. Every-day staple Goods, such as HOUSEHIOLD LINENS, Notwithstsnding late cabled .dvauces of prices in the home markets, will be sub stantially reducel, and be-ring in mi~d the fact that our goods came direct to us from the looms and are bought for prompt cash, no city house with their big expenses can afford t- serve you as cheaply as we can and wiill. SEE OUR BIG PRICE-LIST. If one has not been delivered at your door, a word and we will mail you one. OVUR ADVICE IS EHOP IE THS rIORNINGS, Afternoons will be Crowded. : .. 4EO. LUC...
DUKE AND MAIN LEADS CONSOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
DUKE AND MAIN LEADS CONSOLS. The leading wash drives at the Duke and Main Leads Consols are showing a decided improvement. Some of the drives being rather wet to make the necessary headway, they will be left for a coup!e of weeks to drain, while drives will intersect the wash higher up, which will mini mise the cost of operating on a large block of the lead which has been proved to be payable. Going down the lead the north main underlevel is within 500ft. of where an excellent prospect of gold was obtained from a surface bore. At this point there is a big belt of auriferous country, and payable wash is confidently au ticipated. The wash trending in this direction is also improving. It is considered by practical men that the sinking of a large air shaft would be advantageous, It would answer three purposes-the lowering of men and timber near the centre of pre sent operations, and also provide a good upeast. The cost would be light, and would obviate the neces sity as at present, for ...
BEALIBA MINING. BEALIBA, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
BEALIBA MINING. BEA.LIA, Saturday. At the Bealiba Alluvial good pro gress is being made with the boring. No. 1 bore has bottomed at 100ft., proving gutter at this point just about as deep as disclosed in drives; borings show colors of gold. Gold bearing wash has now been proved for a width of 275ft. No. 2 bore is now going down 200ft. further east. The taking out of bulk samples from the various faces is nearing comple tion. The Puzzle Flat main shaft is down to 93ft. in good sinking slate and sandstone bars. It is expected to open out at about 110ft. The Puzzle Flat Central has com pleted the shaft and well, and is ready to open out.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
Ma2.Y thoughtful LiberalsE, looking beneath the surface of recent events, are beginning to seriously ask them selves wherein lie the weakness and the needs of Liberalism. It is a healthy indication of betterment of a great cause. It is the initial stage in reform of method for achieving a high ideal. One such inquirer dis covers the prime effect in the desire to impose Conservative manacles upon Liberal members of Parliament, thus compelling allegiance to planks that are obsolete and fit only to be labelled as exhibits in a museum of antiquities. Their timber is riddled with the white ant oi Toryism. Under no circumstances can they support the burden of progressive Liberalism; and, so far as the younger generation of Australians is concerned, there will be no trail of the experiment. Another vital weak ness, he discerns, is " the dearth of "young men in the Liberal ranks." It is a weakness we have repeatedly pointed out; and we have indicated the reason for it though without appreci...
MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
MANAGERS' REPORTS. Beaufort Deep Leads, Beaufort. Main east level to 890ft.; widening out to rise to intercept the lead, which No. 1 bore had proved to be north of mailn level. No. 1 bore up 61ft., no wash, stopped, outside wash channel. Cathcart, Ararat.-No. 3 shaft: South end-No. 7 rise-Opened crossdrive in crabhole to the north-west and south east in wash of good value. North end: No. 3 rise-South-east prospecting drive to 100ft. in small wash of poor value. No. 5 rise-South-east crosadrive through to panelling on No. 3 rise in payable wash; now opening prospecting drive to the north-west off south-west drive. No. 6 rise--Truckroading and panelling with fair results. Duke and Main Leads Consols, Bet Bet.-West end: No. 23 rise-East drive to 581t., wash of good quality at points of back lathe, water heavy, left to drain for the present. No. 22 rise-East drive extended to 250ft. payable. No. 21 rise West off north to 76ft. in payable wash. North end--Main underlevel extended to 64ft...
HAVELOCK'S WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
HiAVELOCKS 'JtWI Talbot had set Htavelock 10 to make, aniid as the visi nros hid only *ost one wicket for b5, they had! much the better chantc. Thie ex p,*ctfd happened, avueilck wninning, in an even score', bU runs. Mior:,,iun topped the score !rit.h 46 tl'ibot took , second hand subSe q.ently andrl put together 79. scores : TA:\ LB· _T. First Innjqi3s. ,;arlt ey, b £.. .ahivr ... ... 5 Schmidr b F A. Chivers... ... O Ead, b F. :. Chivers ... ... 36 Fave., b F. .. Chivers ..... 39 E. Congr' s,. i . A . C, hivers .. 17 Dens, h Shehler ... .. ... 6 1)D. Congress, b A. C hiverH ... 1 Youda, h A. C Chivers ..... 3 Ladd, b 6 hebler ... ... ... 3 Fenner, not out ... .. .. 4 W. Wardiey, a AWniu.h. b A. i. ivers... ... ... ... 1 cnndrie s ... .. .. .. 5 Total .r.... . 100 Bowlinn,-A. C. frhiver , 5 for39: F. . h. Chive; s, 3 for 2-!; .h.,er , fr 2. HA \F LOCK. First IoninS,. Morgan. 'o\ loa, b Deans .. 46 . - ,. Chiver_, c E"av\, b Deans 17 Shebler, 1 Deans ... .. ... S Tenny. b tea· n ......
THE OVAL PLAY. WIN FOR RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
TIIE OVAL PLAY, WIN FOR RAILWAYS. In their first innings M aryborough made 105, and Railways, with 7 wickets down for 79 runs, had 27 to make to win. The not out men Baker (9) and M'1asters (0) faced Davey and Haberle, and .ithour any addition to the score the left bander clean-bowled Baker. Davey then had the fine average of 5 for . and S were down for 79. It looed as though Maryborough weregoing to pull the match out of the tire, when Morton came in and kept ant end up while M'Masters took risks and hit hard. The policy was suc cessful, for the score mounted quickly. A loose one from Davey M'Masters got fairly on to and hit into the stand, while he also got a couple of nice fours. He had just hit the stroke that took the score paet Maryborough's, and made him 24, when he was snapped up by Yonulden off Haberle. It was a creditable effort for a tail-end batsman. Kelly came in and scored off two balls before Morton, who had only umade one scoring stroke, was bowled by Davey, and they...
MARYBOROUGH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
MARYBOROUGIEL- TELEPHONE - EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSORIBERS. Name. No. .:cAdvertisef' Off~ce .... . . II Albion Hotell .. .. ... 29 .Bank of.Yictoria .: ... ... 53 -Bennell CO.-B. (senicr:lneman),.:. '63 ,I?B?inett, 3John ,... .., 44 >Brewery :(and private- residence) .12 Brownbill G. M?. ... .. .. 49 Burge H... .......... 50 Bu: Bll :and Mounth hotel ... ... 2 Cleary1 J N....... ,.. . ... .. :Col0an and Lardner . . 39 Cominercial Hotel .. .. ... 67 Coi Hurt· louse . ... . ... 45 Cot, J. B............. ....21 OrameriE. .. . .... .. . ::rooks, J. . ..- .., .., 70 -Davey, Noah..........- .. 62 :Davies, I,.. .. .... 57 Deane, Dr.BE. W....I... ... 23 D':uglass and Son (F. Fisher) ... 17 Edwards and Co. ...... .. 11 Fire Briiade .. .....; ... 51 Flour Mill!anud Mr Land epri :.:::vate residendce :;; . 47 iGarde, ;Dr G.E? -.... ,.. ,., 26 .. ,;Gas Company ..... ., 61 GreenW:., .. ;, . ,; 73: ",G~igg, -H:, and Co,, ;. ::.,.-"-,; 37, Harris, I. &.. ., ., " . . Herrig, B. S. . . 41 Ho...
DELEGATES REBUKED. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
DELEGATES REBUKED. Saturday's Taibot" Le'ade'" con tains the fo!lowing sporting note : In connection with the action of two members of tbe Talbot club in ap pearing and voting at the last meet ing of the 3Maryborough district as sociation without being authorised to dio so, the president of the Talbot club (Mr J. R. Deans). has sent the following letter to bthpr ilder t of the association ''IDesr Sir I think it is myi duity tod inform you that Messrs :WoVida :adri Schmidt who attendedt? ladst association meeting, were sel cons Ltituted ele gates, and had noa:xt:horihoyityo tro? present the Talo~ club. Neith6er o themr are officers of ithe c?ubiand their attendaticei s :aii· ftin unwarrani?, able pr esturpifioii o thir:: part,!'.
CEMETERY TRUST. QUARTERLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
CEME tERY T"RUST. QUARTERLY MEETING. The quarterly meeting of trustees of the M1aryborough Cemetery was held on Friday evening last. PIre sent--Messrs T. Casey, J.P. (in the chair), J. Gvilym, R. H. Earl, R. S. Guthrie, I. Solomon, and J. ThornT hill. The secretary (Afr C. A. Plucke), reported that there bad beuen 26 in terements during the quarter ending December 31, i918, and that the fees received had amounted to £52 12s 6d. Accounts to the amount of £39 14s Gd were passed for payment. The secretary presented the annual statement of receipts and expenditure for the year 1913, and also the re port of the auditor, Mr T, C. Miners, certifying to their correctness. The report showed that there had been 89 intermenes, and that with the balance of £86 1Ss 10d brought for ward from the previous year, the re ceipts had amounted to £211 10 s 10d, and that the expenditure had amounted to £173 3s Gd, leaving a balance to carry forward of £38 7s 4d. The statement was duly signed by the trust...
WEDDING. CHALMERS—LYNDON. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
WEDDING. CHA LMERS-LYNDON. A very interesting wedding was ce!ebrated at St. David's Church of England, Bealiba, on Tuesday, 23rd December, the bridegroom being Mr William Pitt Chalmers (district orchard supervisor), of Maryborough, eldest son of the late Thos. Chalmers, of Bungaree, and the bride, Miss Annie M. Lyndon, third daughter of the late fr 3, W. Lyndon and Mrs E. M. Lyndon, of Bealiba. The bride, who was given away by her brother, 3Mr H. A. Lyndon, wore a charming frock of cream silk serge made in BRusian style, with a swathed sash relieved with touches of saxe blue. Her cream hat was Strimmed with lancer plumes and a cf!puster of shaded flowers. The bride carrisd a prayer book and wore a necklet of aquamarines, the gift of the bridegroom. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss S. E. Lyndon, who wore a dainty frock of grey crystal voile, and a black picture hat. The best man was Mlr W. M'Cann, of Lake Charm. The wedding cere mony was performed by the Rev. Stanley Cragg....