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MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMA RKET. Mr Noah Davey, stock and sharebroker, High-streqt, Maryborough, reports the iollowing closing quotations at the last meetings of the Melbourne and Baliarat stock exchanges on Saturday afternoon: ARARAT DISTRICT. Catheart-b 2/10, a 3/2, sales 3/ Cathcart (paid)- b 2/6, a 3/1 Cathcart Central-b 32/ Cathcart Victory- b 1/10, a 2/, sales 1110 Central Langi--b 3/4, a 3/9, ealee 3/5 Great Langi--b 4/, a 4/3 Langi N.-b 4/10, a 5/6 Langi N. (paid)--b S/9 Langi S.--b 14/ Langi S. (paid)--b 15], a 17/ New Langi-b 3416, a 35/3, sales 34/9 New Langi (paid)--s 37/6 Upper Langi-b 1/2, a 1/6 Upper Lungi (paidtl)--b 2/6 BEAU FORT DIsTRICOT. Beaufort Deep Lead--b 2 7, sa 3/, sales 2/9 Hope-b 90/ Hope Ext.-b 2/6, s 3/6 Hope N.-b 10/6, s 1!/3 Hope s.--b 3/2, a 3/14, sales 3/3 Hope Ext. W.--b 1/1, sales 1/2 Hope Ext. W. (paid)--b 11 BALLA'AT I)IS'LTRIC r. Llanberris No. 1-- 7/3, s 7/6 New Normanby-- b b N. Woah Hawp-b 3, 8, sales 3/9 S. Berry-b 1/7 BERR1NGA AND SCARSDALtE...
HOSPITAL NURSE'S ROMANCE [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
HOSPITAL NURSE'S ROMANCE A prett3y I.rish nurse, Miss Elthel Bur rows, 1eft Belfast recently bound for Durban, where, on her arrival, she is to be married to Mr Herbert Walton, a wealthy landowner at Ladysmith. 'Thei meeting of Miss Burrows and her tinUco was of a romantic charaocter. A few years ago, shoe was employed as factory lass in a Beifast liieu firm, but having shown a tast for nursing and ambulance worki Dr William M'Ken zico of Belfastu took an interest in her. and she ibecamr a probationer in a nurs ing home. )urin g the last 12th of July celebre tions, Mr Walton, who was on a Visit to Ireland, watohed from the open first, floor window of the Graud Central Ho tel, Belfast, an Orangeman's proces saoni He was particularly interested in a banner which bore a portrait of t.he late field marshall Sir George White. As a man carried the flag past the hotel Mir Walton turned to a friend and remarked: "That is the man who saved my country for Eng land." laNex moment he stumbled a...
DISTRICT PRESBYTERY. MEETING AT ST. ARNAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
DISTRICT PRtESBYTERY. MEETING AT ST. ARNAUD. The Presbytery of Maryborough met at St. Arnaud on the i3th inst. There were present Revs. J. Davies (Moderator), IE. Mlacdonald, F. Robinson, J. D. Walker, W. Cham berlin, and H. Balcke (acting clerk). Correspondence was received from Rev. D. Cameron, reporting the pur chase of church sites at Walpeup, Speed, and Ouyen; from Rev. J. Robertson, asking that the claims of the pre-matriculation bursaries fund be brought promi nently before the congregations. The appointment of Mr Spencer to Laen mission, in place of Mr Southall, transferred to Jeparit, was reported. The application of Berri mal to the Jubilee Fund for £28 was approved. Mr W. Johns, B.A., a candidate for the ministry, was granted his Presbyterial certificate. The Reve. Davies and Chamberlin were made accessors for the forma tion of a session at Avoca. The sympathy of the Presbytery with the Rev. :Eneas Macdonald and members of the family circle in.their recent bereavement was...
TOWN-PLANNING FOR LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
TOWN-PLANNING FOR LIGHT. Far-reaohing reform in town-plan ning as a primary factor in the, bSaile agaminst tuberculosis was demandted by the architect, Augustin Rey, in nan ad diess made before the French Society of CivilEngineers. kceording to 5i. Rey, cities of the future must no so constructed that the direction of all the steets shall correspond to the sun's daily course in the neavens, ? , order:that the inhabitants may rcetive the maximum of light, which is thj great~est microbe-killer in .xist -nce., The task of ,architects, he say-, will be to plan towns in such a way that every nook and corner shall rtceiv~e its share of the sun's rays for the greatest possible number of hours daily. On this account he insists that the nre'-ent system of small apartments w 11 h:ave to go,: and their places be takeli by smaller and more airy dwelinug. H.e conoludes :by saying that the prc e n nicknaime of Paris, "Th O'yv ox Light?" should be th at of nal tow?~ which care for the health or th...
THE CARE OF GRASS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
THE CARE OF GRASS LAND. in -an article oii-"Botanioal Consid erations on the Care of Graas Land," contributed by Mr R. G. Stapleton, M.A., to the Journal of the British Board of Agriculture, special refer ence was -anade to the importance o0 manuring. It is pointed out that phosphatlo manures have proved to be of most efficient use in regard to per manent improvementis of grass lands. With basio slag, if nitrogenous manure is used ot all, it is found desirable to postpone their application till arter the slag has produced its maximum ef fect on clovers. The success of bas ic slag is dependent on a number cf well reoognised factors, two botanical factors being (1) the original presence of Dutch clover or other responsive plant, and (2) space for the clover or other plants to spread. Excess of agrostis and of misoellaneous herbage is a botanical factor most antagonistic to the adequate spread of the clover. On fields ·where those factors are mar kedly operative it would be interest. i...
WIFE MURDER. SUICIDE OF HUSBAND. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
WIFE MURDER. SUICIDE OF HUSBAND. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. Following a dispute about a pic ture a double shooting tragedy oc curred at Noal's Mill, East Maitland, last night, the.victims being Richard Marsh, a well-known business man and his wife. Mrs Marsh died instantly, but her husband lived for two hours. Both had bullet wounds in the head. Frederick Marsh, a son, 16 years of age, who works in the mill, was with his father in the latter's office a few minutes before the tragedy. The father was about to destroy an enlarged picture of his eldest daughter. Mrs Marsh called out to the boy to take the picture down so that the father could not damage it. The boy took it down and the! mother stood in front of it. As the boy walked out to the verandah, he heard his father warn his mother to get away from the picture. He next heard shots and ran for a doctor. The pair had not lived happily. For a time. things would run smoothly, then suddenly trouble would arise which would be follow'ed by a sep...
MELBOURNE'S DRUNKS. RECORD FOR 1913. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
EiELBOURNE'S DRUNKS. RECORD FOR 1913. MELBOURNE, SrTURDAY. Mr J. A. Nicol, missioner of the Total Abstinence Society, has pre pared the following city watch houses' drunkenness statistics for 19!3 : There were listed 7187 charges for hearing, being 5558 men and 1i629 women. Of these 428 men and 76 women were twice convicted; 164 men and 55 women three times; 77 men and 32 women four times; 50 men and 27 women five times; 21 men and 16 women six times; 16 men and S women seven times; 13 men and 9 women S times; 10 men and 8 women 9 times; 5 men and 3 women 10 times; 3: men and 7 women 11 times; S men and 5 women 12 times; 2 men and 4 women 13 times; 2 men and 5 women 14 times; 2 men and I woman 15 times; I man and I woman 16 times; and one woman 17 times, another S18 times, another 19. and another with the record of 2:- times for the year. The number of distinct persons presented was 4318, including 3771 men and 617 women. Of these 562 eigned the pledge and 114 were afterwards con vi...
BEAUFORT STRIKE. PROSPECT OF SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
BEAUFORT STRIKE. PROSPECT OF SETTLEMsENT. The settlement of the industrial dispute at Beaufort, it would appear, is now within measurable distance, there being a feeling on both sides on Friday that the strikers would be at work again the coming week. The strike has been in progress for 17 weeks, and during that time several of the mines have been hung up, while others have been kept going short-handed. At the previous conference the representatives of the miners desired that non-unionists should be con centrated in a certain mine, and that the others should be named by unionists. This proposal the mine owners turned down, and the posi tion remained unaltered. Now the position is more hopeful. Friday:s conference found the parties in a more conciliatory mood. The delegates for the miners asked, in effect, that if the men were pre pared to resume work and declare the strike off, would the companies give an undertaking that there would be no victimisation and no embargo of any kind pl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
TWO DOSES GAVEi RELIEF " I a sina subject to bO el trou'ble which causes pain and incorveuicnce,u writes Mr Alfred Wane, 185 iuburn-rd., Auburn, Vie., " but two dose oi CiLamberinin's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedice give immediate relief. I am p!eas~d to know there is such a snafe and certain remedy as Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, and a:lwa?ys keep a bottle handy." For :le by Bi. Earl and Co., J. Thoruhill and Co., J. Gradcie, Hawlett and Black. " O(ceoio" shampoo, by H. advhirirer. and all storekeepers. It is good value, and the thorough at tention devoted to every order left at I. I. L.AinD' ExIC.LsIOn GEocERY SToRF, :oil. -a1?Er-S-r, M?l?oRsoOOG1T, that bas sta-blihed the store so firmly in the f[vor of the oeneral public. The freshoest, the Ipurest, aRnd the most wholesomehigh cai o gocrorces stocked. Bedrock prices, cn ti:e principlC of " s~nl! proftv quie, NOAH DAVEY, CTOCK AND SHAREBROKER, MINING AGENT, IHIGH-STREET, IMARYBOROUGUP SUFFERED AGONY \VILTH fEAD ACH IES....
BILLIARDS. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
LUNDUN, FIuDAY. The last of the three billiard matches of 1S,O00 up between " Tom" Reece (England), and iGeorge Gray (Australia), was continued to-day. Gray made a good recovery and again took the lead. When play ceased this evening the scores were: -Gray, 16,501; Reece (receives 2,000), 15,646.
CANADA'S DEFENCES. ILL-EQUIPPED MILITIA. TORONTO, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
. CANADA'S DEFENCES. I- LL-EQUIPPED MILITIA. TORONTO, SATuRDYo. Major-General Otter, Inspector. General of the Canadian forces, ad dressed the Canadian Club at Toronto yesterday on:the subject of the Dominidns- land defences. He de scribed the Canadian militia as ill equipped and far too smalL. It needed quadrupling. The peopIe of Canada were too concerned with business 'matters to devote any -time to :the- considerstion of questions .connected with the defence of their country. The time when danger will threaten Canada is when Eng land is embroiled-a position that might occur at any moment, as war is firmly embedded in human na ture. Major-General Otter suggested as a remedy for the present unsatis factory conditions, ths institution of compulsory military training in schools and universities.
SUBMARINE DISASTER. BRITISH TRAGEDY. ELEVEN LIVES LOST. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
-SUB MARJI NE DISASTER. . BRITISH TRAGEDY. I:ELEVENLIVES LOST. . . -. LONDON, FRmy. "Another of the pitiful submarine tragedies occurred to-day. The : British submarine A7 descended dur ing:: manmuvres this morning with other vessels of iats type. At middasy 'wheh the flotilla :arose to the surface again in obedience to an order, the A7 Was not among them. A war ship communicated with : the sub marine crew by wireless and salvage parties werer quickly at work. The divers also got:into communication byi tapping, and for ia time hope r'eigned :that the men would be :saved. i::The signals were answered up to efi o'clock, hbut an hour ias ter no responsi couldbe: :obtained, and hope vas theti abandoned. ,The victims ocomprise Commander Wellmfaain id: another officer and nrine petty :officers and-men. S;The_ catastrophe is attributed to the: pumps becoming disabled. The salvage parties. have returned to port, and. will r::esume- operations in the morning. SThe A is lyingin 17 fathoms of ...
LOSS OF THE VOLTURNO. RESULT OF INQUIRY. OFFICERS AND CREW PRAISED. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
LOSS OF THE VOITURNQ. PEZSULT OF INQUIRY, iCER S AND CR~~ REW PRA-ISED. LONDON, Flnni~ she icard of Trade inquiry .:into :- e~~rruction of the Canadian: p-:?=:>hi? C'omp?ny's steamer Vol ,":, ?-,e-- wa burnt in mid: . ?-?.:.t: in :tobeF r !3as, with a losi , co~luded to-day. :d tht ihe fire originaatd S:: p-.siblr through the c;:: .,. ? b:'rihn super-oxjid which S-:. - .mes upon coming ifto 2: lice 31r. ic cu:ct aiso held thrt thepa4' sengere of the Vollurno behaved well, and that the omeers and crew performed their duties bravely under exceptional dit1culties. It praised the gallantry of the rescuers,
BIG PRUSSIAN LOAN. £20,000,000 AT 4 PER CENT. BERLIN, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914
BIG PRUSSIAN LOAN: £20,0ooo,0o0oo AT PER CENRT, BERLIN, sF.~sik,. The Prussian treasury has issued a loan of £20,000,000 at 4 per cent, Of this, £17,500,000 willt be offered? to the general public in March: next: st £9.