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

DEATH. Bennett.-On 18th January, at Mary- borough Hospital, James, brother oo Elizabeth Bennett and Mrs R. Mather, (of Sydney), William Bennett (Woome- lang), Thos. Bennett (Castlemaine), and John Bennett (Maryborough).   Aged, 60 years. IN MEMORIAM. Thomas.--In loving remembrance of our dear son and brother, Nicholas Harold, who departed this life on the 19th January, 1913. Zr l iic u t t' liv Si'nj U ;' 9 St si2. n·: t ~niici 'e1,c~ th.[ t;:li he~. GInd are t.: his lo?iP? fparents, r iter, an his hearot h.d row weary and ek BEREA\EMIE~f CARD. A and rad s hirALB: for a eGOuRLn, desire t t~nder their sincere Thhd grown o to teeany Shall ,re ali rueet a?? hoe~n La the morning, frieds for iind exprei conear erof,! seapatb W:.'h ?ur tend4 ?.ne whoa lung h=?s hbeen ,aitin:. in their ra cetint, a?d bere, that w:vem bet; a -Inr .erted byfor his loving paunremints, singsters, and brothers. BEREAVEMENT CARD. Mr and Mrs ALBERT GOURLEY desire to tender their sincere THANKS to man...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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DISTRICT NEWS. AVOCA. OLD IDENTITY'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 19 January 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. (mFROM OUR CORREEPONDENTS.) AVOCA. OLD IDENTITY'S DEATH. Mr Henry Powers, one of the oldest identities of Avoca, passed away at his residence, " The Vale," on Fri day, after a lengthy illnoss. The deceased gentleman, who was born in Bedfordshire, England, came to Avoca 55 years ago, and for many years conducted "The Vale" farm, a well-known property near the town, He also established a bakery busi ness and a bookseller's shop. Mr Powers was assisted in these various callings by his family, and one of his sons has been in charge of the bakery for some years. The de ceased, who possessed a considerable amount of property, leaves a large family of sons and daughters, one of the latter being Mrs Baker, of Bet Bet. His wife pre-deceased him some time ago. The news of his death has caused much regret, as iMr Powers was highly esteemed by all classes. He was 78 years of age.

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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EARL AS CO-RESPONDENT RUMORS CONFIRMED. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

EARL AS COq-RESPONQDENT RUMORS CONFIRMED. LONDON MonY. For some time past rumors have been i:circulation to the effect that Earl Fit ?williamz one of. the wealthiest: pears in Great Britain, was about to. figure as co-respondent in an actiion for divorce. There ports found clionfirmation to-day when counisel announced in the Divorce COurt that he was appearing for the Earl :-in the case in which Mr Alexander iBrodrick Leslie Melville, a directorij df thi Union and Smith's Bank, issuingmifor: a divoree from his wife on the ground of miscon duct. CounSelfprotested against certain journalistic t taterments, and asked that the hearing should be expedited. The judge refused to grant the request. Mr T. Comyns Platt, of Bristol, is also joined as co-respondent.

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ASSASSINATION. INDIAN INSPECTOR KILLED. SHOT IN CALCUTTA STREET. CALCUTTA, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

S ASSASSINATION. INDIAN INSPECTOR KILLED. SHOT IN OALCUTTA STREET. CALCUTTA,. ~o.NDY. Another case of assassination oc. curred in Calcutta this evening. Inspector :Ghose, who has been pro minent in political cases, was shot .dead as he was walking along a street. A student has been arrested in connection with the murder. • . , .,- . . . .

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STOCK MARKET BUOYANT. OWING TO CHEAPNESS OF MONEY. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

STOCK MARKET BUOYANT. OWING TO CHEAPNESS OF MONEY. L: ONDON, MasoNDAY. :Thei stock markets were very buoyant to-day, especially in respect to gilt-edged securities!. The im mediate cause. of the improved tone is the cheapness of money. Most colonial Government stocks advanced by £1. Consols closed at- £73 15s. The New South Wales £- ,000,000 loan issued recently, was quoted at one premium, and the Victorian loan at j premium.

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VICTORIAN LOAN. FULLY SUBSCRIBED BY PUBLIC. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

* VICTORIAN LOAN. "FULLY SUBSCRIBED BY - PUBLIC. LONDON, 3fOSDAY. The Victorian 4 per cent. loan of £1,000,000 issued at £97 has been a complete success. In marked con trast to other recent. Australian loans, which have largely fallen on the underwriters, the Victorian issue has been fully subscribed by the general public. [Ninety per cent. of the recent New South WVales 4 per cent. loan of £3,000,000 had to be taken by the :underwriters.]

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THIEVES EMPLOY PYTHON. INGENIOUS PLAN FAILS. WHOLE GANG CAPTURED. BERLIN, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

THIEVES EMPLOY P YTHON. SINGENIOUS PLAN FAILS. WHOLE GANG CAPTURED. . BERLIN, Mo~sie, SA :highly ingenious but unnsuccess fuI attempt to rob two Englishmen of a quantity of valuable jewellery was rmade to-day in a hotel at Munich. The Englishmen, who were re puted to possess jewels worth £20,000, took rooms in a local hotel, and a party of' Russian and Nor, wegian thieves engaged an adjoining room. - The thieves attempted to in troduce a half-starved python into the Englishman's room, hoping to securethe jewels during the panic which they calculated would 'follow the appearance of the reptile. :Unfortunately' for the thieves, however, the plan did not work out as they anticipated, and both men and python were captured.

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WAR OFFICE INQUIRIES. CAUSE TALK IN BELFAST. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

WAR OFFICE INQUIRIES. CAUSE TALK IN BELFAST. LONDON, MONDAY. I::nquiries lately made on behalf of the War Office among carriers in Belfast as to whether or not the authorities could have first use of their horses in the event of war, led to rumors that the Government aimed at hampering the resistance of Ulster to Home Rule. It has now been semi-officially stated that these inquiries were only the normal ones. Nevertheless, owners of horses in Belfast in offering them to the War Office have stipulated that the animals are not to be used against Ulster.

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BUSH BROTHERHOOD. STRANGE SERVICES HELD. BISHOP LONG DESCRIBES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

BUSH BROTH'ERHlOOD. STRANGE SERVICES IEELD. BISHOP LONG DESCRIBES. Prior to his departure fc.r Tas mania last week, the Right Rev. George Merrick Long, Bishop of Bathurst, gave an interesting ac count to the " Herald" of the work of the Brotherhood of the Good Shepherd, or bush brothers as they are generally called, and of his own experiences while travelling in his extensive diocese. Bishop Long is a Victorian, hav ing been born at Carisbrook, and his brother, Mr W. G. Long, is a well known Maryborough merchant. He received his early education at Maryborough, and took his degree of Master of Arts at the Melbourne University. The three years follow ing his ordination he spent-in Gipps land, after which he was apponted to relieve Archdeacon Hindley uf his parochial work at Kew. He was in strumentalin founding the Trinity Grammar School in that district, and later was induced to accept the head mastership, which position he held for eight years, and in that period the attendance incre...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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BLASTING ACCIDENT. EIGHT MEN KILLED. OTTAWA, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

BL ASTING ACCIDENT. EIGHT MEN KILLED. AOTTAWA, MONDAY. A shocking accident occurred at Ross Point in Quebec Province to day. The: Canadian Northern Rail way is carrying out some new con struction there,, and this morning durihg blasting operations a charge of dynamite exploded prematurely. Eight men, who were in the vicinity, were killed instantaneously. Two other laborers had very narrow escapes from sharing their fate. The accident occurred when rock was be ing. blown up to exavate for a bridge-pier.

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NATURE'S GERM-PROOF TINS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

NATURE?'S GERffM-PROOF TES. ''Packed in germ-proot air-tight tins,"'' runs the advertisement of a new line of preserved food. One of the most useful inventions of modern times, in deed, is that of being able to preserve fresh foods indefinitely. Like most in ventions, hoviover, it is not original. Nature was the first to invent a germ proof package. Dozens of her precious seeds she protects from microbes, one of the best examples of her care being t? banana. The skin of the banana is, in fact, not only proof against the attachin of microbes, but it protects the inner pulp from insects and fromn the decay ing influences of the nil. Por thb. reason the banana is one of the best fruits to eat, for the chances are prnac. tically nil of it carrying disease germs. Many nuts, too, are air-proof and germ proof. If you crack a nut and it is bad inside look carefully at the shell and you will find that a hole has been bored in it by an insect, causing it to rot. Nature, too, protects many of ...

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MOTOR CAR CASE. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

MO0TORCAR CABS. LO?;DON. ,_ose, xy., The heevi:ig o: ihe e tu in which Ri:ph MWlbur ,alter John Kemales, Edward \'\"'iliiam .i:.e, uand Bruce Authony Cut:hbes, w.ere chargedl with havn ' ncnont Custoi d t,, t ue 'lt: into Au?tralia. esauw to an irb:um::· 1,tCLo Ll '~- 1 ci i C teru ination at B.,,-.tcn .olik .ourL to-oah , Th mazxstra'v conid ' thoi:h the iu ~ -a p am?: :1; ieet for" inquiry, n:o ju:'v ::oul-d ,-: net on 'he doc:?n" . ' , :, 1n: beea submitted ' o the 1.'u'--c1 the asec of witess . scere abl" to g',- m ai{: con. . ing the trt ns: tions to . :: c?cum.entgs refe-red, E t fo,::: th Cioue net-TU e ot tr':Uc satit : o - evidence ha'd ben -l" " p(imented uv Nat " "r " (m ?-?agger of the Cln:,:m:,.?:,,b . Co.), for their fallnese, frankness, and fairness, when giving evidence. Mr Neal was alsoi commended for the preparation of hiis docume'ntary evidence. The .magistrate ::then dismissed the case without :any witnessesibeing called for .th3 defence. ,

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A UNIQUE ENGINEERING FEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

A UN"IQUE ENGINEERING FEAT. A most interesting engineering feat is at present being attempted in Switz erland at Fully-en Valais, whero a hy draulic electric installation is to be driven by the pressure of water from Lake Fully, situated over 1800 feet above the Rhone plain, where the power station rill be situated, The peculiar feature of the enterprise is the great height of the supply. The attempt has never before been made to utilise the fall of 1S00 feet, and in technical cir. eles it has been hitherto regarded as impossible But a Lausanune engineer, M. Boucher has undertaken the work with every confidence o2 success. The pressure is so great that it is impossible o allow a direct flow, according to La [echnique MIoderne, which gives par ,iculars of the enterprise. The water will flow to the valley by way of a con duit nearly three miles in length. The pipes will be from two feet to two feet six inches in diameter, and the thickness of the walls will be from a quarter of an inc...

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"COFFIN SHIPS." GERMAN EXPERTS' SEVERE CRITICISM. BERLIN, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

'-COFFIX SHIPS." GERMAN EXPERTS' SEVERE CR. ITICISM. BERLIN, MONDAY. aval fecrts; in Germtany do not mince words i[n rebfring to the British submAe di:aster, They consuier th' t EhL C ? ;i-ni negligence of the British Admiralty is solely esponsible for ic trWaey, Some of the Be-'-nu Tnewpso aps describoe ths " A ·i l ss o' British ubiarinae as '" coliU .hipsi ,

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HASTENING PLANT GROWTH. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

The new methods of increa-y pl'ut growth by artificial ,:m,::? which have 'eC",e½ 'iv! en romisii g resut, ar, de pendent, in the one ,ase, on thie ight from meru:'-y V'apo'ir 1 l' s, and i in the other on the use of ra.i:-a tive matter 4 incorporated with t 1e soi!. The Tim's .i statres that i'er:sti:ng expenrinents re centl carriedi out with iereiiry vapour lamp1by Lx .. E. C. Di-g'on in Dum.. fries showei tI: i certain cises seeds germinated several weeks earlier with thn aid of the light tihan when-grown irn the inatur'al way. T'he ticme for ger uinaiion n inder the iht' ence of the ui tra-violit riyi from the hmp was 11 days i the ciase of arroti i- as against 6 days \when igrown nturanily, while maize gvrlmi-nteci in eight days instead of fifti-s, rven w 'ith the ai of the meIC cur- -apour light. - Wheat, barley, and various other see..-_ were tested and in all cases -a ise'in 1i gierlmination resulted, St";i' werries ultivated in the ultra-viole- light gave .a iie,'asUd crop ...

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LOST SUBMARINE. ADMIRALTY CRITICISED. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

LOST SUBMARINE. ADMIRALTY CRITICISED.: LONDON, MonDay.ii The Admiralty has ordered that ,nhe submorine A7, which is missing, with nll hands, must be found; . In am7 quarters it is feared that the q.,uic,.ni~ in Whitsand Bay have swai eoed the vessel,. .Tw~!el r pedo-boats were engaged to-aay in -weeping the sea-bed with the heci oi mine divers and torpedo Sinding hawsers Ten square. miles were covered in this manner yester day. he stearch failed again tio day. "x_:al. experts are disposed to criicie-a the Admiralty in regard to ihe -! saser. They complain that Sthe teudr accompanying the flotilla i uoomanies was not fitted with ' iir~-es and so was unable to sum maen he: immediately. They also complain of tae absence of liftingi shis h " n to those in use in the Fr1ench and German navies. SThe: " En? News," purporting to , ' th w v-iw o a prominent oi.cia:l on:he subject of the "A" ciass ot suo nbu.es, states that they ar no: dernous- andci that nawal m.en gSe?D - ~r l hare this opi...

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JAPAN'S NEW WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

JA PANd'S NEW WOMEN ' hief Yaiamoto, of the iTokio :De teotive 'l-:. hi'iaiu,. is :greatly "--oncerned at' thei tendenc3 :amorig apaiies-: wno- . -meF.?ti? '-fre6ethemselvesf .froLim t:e:She c: :kbIls.of' convention,~i and he hia-wlvarsnd i iei i a. ?fficial :.:.6mmiuiicaton of.of the dire co:nsequences of rollowing. the. Icind of:aidvanced mieibers of 'their; sex. T ..he modern educaii ntiono-women?. he : a ys. aeems 14 xto m defictive in the piuromotii ?fM omalv u .virtuith."the i: Who"-.cla mgiir·,:foi-- / fh~ii,: I'il::J~~~~ R"i?'ii Ifre~i:-. resutthwthtrn honr&Lidal of doi tooppraess men:. Mexn -and w0-' 'men -are -born diff~ereiitly, ..and:, Women c;aaniioi beat wi on- ii intedlectual "add: physical power.t In Japn, .the spheren : t:i?irati y foi mi: and. wome: a:ro ::definitely fi:d ed. M.i: n have to work. ou? '1and · womenf avetlioi-; keep house. 'Nowi: woimen would like t6: worilt out, a:nhd?i:nitateimen'in notorinig,? ini mak-.: :"isv speechies, hand evenin? -dema...

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COMMERCIAL. WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

COMMERCIAL. WHOLEBSALE PRODUCE MARKETS, MELBOURN?, Tuesday. Wheat.-The market has been quiet, and slightly easier in tone in sympath, with London, parcels being quoted at 3/6, and farmers' lots on the basis of 315%. Steady purchases are being made in the country, while, as appears from the rail way returns, the movements of wheat are now on a heavy scale: Flour.--Most bakers have not yet entered into contracts for their require ments, bata little business is now being done. Th::eexport demand is quieter. The association price for local require ments is £81101 delivered. Bran andPollard.-For bran the asso ciation price is £4/101 delivered, and for pollard £4/151. Barley.-A steady business is being done quietly in prime barley, up to 3/6 being paid: for really prime Chevalier, and 313:to 3/4for Duckbill, but the quan tity offering on the open market is limited. Business includes about 1000 bags: at:316 for .prime, and 3/3 to 3/4 for good malting. Spot business has been done in Cape ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

INGRAM'S TOMATO BAUOE hen you use Ingram's Sauce there 's nothing wasted. Ingram's makes the plainest food too rood to leave. JAS. MINIFIE & CO., MARYBOROUGH FLOUR MILLS. 'PHONE 47. A. LAND, MIanager. FLOUR, MEAL, BRAN, POLLARD, and WHEAT, AT CURRENT RATES. Notice to District Consumers. -Odr Bran and Pollard is Branded distinctly with our name (MIINIFIE.) Ask: for that Brand only and SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. DISTRICT FARMERS PLEASE NOTE W HT E AT IN ANY QUANTITIES, BOUGHT UP TO 10,000 BAGS. ...J.L 'd AL9 :HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. CASH ON DELIVERY. For Wheat Delivered to the M?ill id. per bus. above Melbourne - equivale~?t given. CLEANLINESS AND THE SKIN. The importance of cleanlines for the healthy performace of the functions of life is the subject eof- a.lecturo delivrer ed at the London Institute by Profes sor Lewes, and published in Nature. We may, says Professor Lewes, live for days without giving our stomach any work to-do, the liver may cease action for several days before...

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GROWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

(iROW LS. (BY "THE GRUMBLER.") At the last meeting of the High land Society there was much discus sion on the question of band con tests. For the last gathering the society offered the liberal prize money of £100. The nomination fee was only £1, and there was no acceptance. One would think these conditions would be sufficient in ducetnient to make a number of bands enter for the contest. As the sequel proved we only had two brass bands in the contest. The A.N.A. proposed to hold a band con test in Melbourne next month. In addition to cash prizes amounting to £500 several trophies were to be given for competition by the three grades. The entries were so poor that the committee has decided to abandon the competitions for the A grade and B grade, and to hold the C grade contest conditionally that six bands compete. For the A grade the committee did not receive a single entry, although £300 was offered (in addition to trophies) in cash prizes, and one entry for the B grade, for which £1...

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