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TEMPERANCE NOTES. (Contributed by Temperance Council.) [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

TEIMPERANCE NOTES. tContributed by Temperance Council.) To the ranks of teetotalers must now be admitted Kaiser William. Foreign dispatches say that little publicity has been given to this fact, because it might imperil one of the most important industries of Ger many. If abstinence from beer and wine drinking should become general in the Fatherland. the brewers and vintners would suff^er in their purses as well as their feelings. The favorite drink of the Kaiser is lemon ade, with a dash of orange juice. During his recent Northern cruise the Monarch did not touch any alcoholic beverage. It is said that the Emperor is convinced that alcoholic lessens the practical effi ciency of a man. He has often uttered the opinion that immoderste drinking is one of the most influen tial factors in retarding the develop ment of nations. MIoreover, he has been studying the bearing of alcohol on suicide, accidents, and crimes, and has satisfied himself that the world would be better off without alc...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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COST OF MOBILISATION. £150,000 A WEEK. GENERAL COMPLIMENTS BURGHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

COST OF MOBILISATION,. £150,000 A WEEK. GENERAL COMPLIMENTS BURGHERS .: Notwithstanding :the completeness of the mobilisation of :the South African defence force, :the cost is not likely to exceed £150,000 weekly. : General Christian Beyers, ::M.L.;A., commandant of the defence force, addresed the burghers to-day. He explained to them that the force was not called out at the time of the July strik* because it was then only four da~y old and needed_ time ..for org~aniSation. He proceeded to say thnt now, though it was but six months since the last strike, he be !itec .heiir mobilisation could not have been effected better in any part oi the corld. Men had come in from the farthest points withinthree d~s3. Genieral Beyers added that he wished to show that they could mange 'their own affairs with out the help of Imperial troops.:

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RAILWAY GUARD FIRED AT. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

IRAILWAY GUARD .:FIRED :AT. The armed guard patrolling the ra!.way on the border of .Natal and Transvaal fired at a man who was tnampering with the line. Two shots were fired in reply but without tak ing effect. The guard believe that there were three men concerned in the attempt to interfere :with thse line. No arrests have beenmade.

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

MOTORIIIG NOTES. (BY usNLoP.) Some very inteasting figures have recently been comniled from official sources by Lord M\ntague, editor of " The Car" (Englad), showing what tremendous stride the automobile industry has male in less than 15 years. It is conmuted that up to the end of Decembrr last there were 425,838 motor vhicles in Great Britain, 1,435,00( in the United States, and 361,011 in other countries, maki.rg a total of 2,226,849 motor vehicles in the leading countries ri the world. This immense total is ne measure of less than fifteen yearE' progress in auto mobilism-and hes'e lies the marve!l of the motor mowment. Mloreover, ninety per cen'. of these motor vehicles have been manufactured and used during the last ten years. It is therefore bird to realize what may be the numbr of motor vehicles in the world ten years hence, what their consumptican of liquid fuel may be, what the cost of running them is likely to .mount to, and the number of perscns who will be in terested in ...

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COURSING. MARYBOROUGH CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

COURSiNG. MARYBOROUG CLUB., The annual meeting of the Mary borough District Coursing Club will be held at the Albion hotel to-morrow (Thursday) evening, at 8 o'clock. The report and ba!auce-sheet to be submi.ted to the meeting are as follows:- COUM'LITTIEE'S RHiPORr. In submitting.to you the report for the past year your Committee bave munch p!easure in announcing that the season 1913 was ill every way v.ery succ.ss~ili. nearly every stake being over applied for. We had a total of 399 entries for the season. which was the largest number received by any club in the Commonwenahh. iW p.id aw'ay £709 1s in stakes. The visitors, who came from all parts of the Commonwealth, expressed the opinion that 3Iarybarough had one of, if not the best, plumptons in the Stare, and t'at the management was al! that could be desired. The Committee recommend that additrional kennels be built before ,he cominc season, ani that a specia eroret be made to place at least 150 hares on the enclosure before thi...

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FACTS ABOUT THE SILO. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

*FACTS ABOUT THE SILO. Twenty ysears' experience in the use of the silo has brought about some faots about which one and all are ag reed: 1.-That a large amount of health ful cattle food can be preserved in the silo in better conditioni, with less ex pense of labor and land, than by any other method known. 2. That silage comes nearer being a perfect substitute for the succulent food of the pasture than any other foid that can be had in the winter, 3. Thirty pounds a cday is enough silage for an average sized Jersey cow. Larger cattle will eat more. 4. A cubio foot of silage from the middle of a medium sized silo will ar erage about 451b weight, 5. For 182 days, or half a year, an average Jersey cow will require abont six tons of silage, allowing for unavoid able waste. 6. The circular silo, made of good hardwood staves, is cheapest and best. 7. Fifteen feet is a good diameter, and 20 feet a good depth. Such a silo will hold about 200 tons of silage, cut into half inch lengths. 8. Ma...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

WITH reasonable care and leader ship, the short summer session of the State Parliament which was opened yesterday should be fruitful in re sult. That it will be stormy and eventful we scarcely believe ; though of necessity, in relation to several of the Ministerial measures, there will be some plain speaking and some direct criticism. Most of the "storm" will, we believe, express itself in the leading columns of the metropolitan organ of extremes, which of late has been soundly rating 5lr. Watt be cause of his refusal to accept the de tails of its quixotic Greater Mel bourne scheme. Indeed, if we ac cept the Premier's critic at its word, any failure in compliance with its dication is like to teach him and his followers some " new kind of lesson" when the general elections eventuate at the close of the year. Is it the "' kind of lesson" that overtook that organ itself, and its high prohibitive tariff Protection nominees at the Federal elections last year ? The Premier will probably p...

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CLAIMS OF THE WORKER. A LIBERAL MEASURE. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

CLAIMS OF THE WORKER. A LIBERAL M1EASURE. (Contributed.) The gratifying success of Mr Watt and his colleagues, the ending of little differences in the Liberal party are, it is to be hoped, the prelude to earnest work in Parliament. One of the urgent measures requiring immediate attention is the Workers Compensation Bill. To some extent it has always been recognised that the man who is disabled whilst about his work is entitled to compensation. Even when the law was wholly unsatis factory, many wealthy employers and many wealthy companies treated those who were maimed whilst about their work with generosity. But there are some mean and many poor employers. The mean one will not pay if by any legal quibble he can escape his liability; the poor one cannot pay, for he is fighting hard for a bare livelihood. The measure submitted by the Watt Ministry last session provides for all these cases. It makes the insurance of employes compulsory. The small employer who has not £500 in the world,...

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REUTER'S CABLES. SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKE. MEN DRIBBLING BACK. BUT MANY STILL OUT. MINES POSITION IMPROVES. JOHANNESBURG, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

SREUUTER 'S CABLES. SOUTH AFR CAN STRIKE. MEN DRIBBLING BACK. BUT MUFANY STILL OUT. MINES POSITION IMPROVES. JOHANN ESBURG, TUE DAY. Two hundred saii wayrmen igned on at Germiaton on LMnday for duty, and a large number oI strikers re snumed at BraamfouleiSa where a meeting of the men decided in favor of a general reumptio n on Tuesday. A few men are reýuuing at Durbann but 600 are still out there. There ia no suggeztion that the striker at Duiran have any inten tion o1 returning en masse. The position .t the mines shows gradual improvement. No damage wais done in the attempt to destroy the engine-house at the Vogelstrius mine by an infernal machine. The management of this mine have ordered all etrikers to quit the living-quarters they occupy on the mine property. The Federation of building-trade societies in Pretoria at a meeting held on Monday refused to return to work, in the afternoon the poli.c arrested the acting-secretary of the i Federation The week-end passed off most quietl...

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

DONALD CLUB. Thke Donald Enclosuru Coursin Cliub is in a prosperou~ state. The receipts for last season totalled ,136i38 and ater meeting all expenditure there rcmaincd a credit balance of £109. At the annumi meeting held on Friday las?t the ccre tary's salary was increa.sed to "5. r J. O'Shannessy was appointed jude a a fee of £3 3s per day and expenees. The champion stake for nexst season was fid at. 12S dogs at £~5 is each, with £1iR added.

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CARISBROOK TELEPHONE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

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MARYBOROUGH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

MARYBOROUGH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. S:Name. - . No. " Advertiser " Ofices ... ,,. 11 !:Albion'Hotel . . .', 29 SBank of Victoria- :;. ...... 53 :BennelliCO B. (seniorlineman)... 63 Bennett; John. ... . .... ... 44 :Brewery (anrid.private residence) 12 Brow1nbill, G.M. .,. ..... - 49 Burge, . .:. ..... .. ... 50 :Bull and Mouth hotel ... .... 2 COleary, J. N...... ....... 8 Colnian and Lardner , 39 Commerdial Hotel ... .. ... 67 Court Hoise... ... .. ... 45 Cox, J. B.......... . ... 21 Cramer? E.. - ..;.. .. .. 22. .rooks, J. :B. ...... ...... 70 Davey,-N0h-I. -.. " ... Lo- .ah. 62 SDavies, I:... ....... ...; 57 Deane Dr. E.w. W . . .... ... 23 UDouglass andSon (F. Fisher) ... 17 Edwards arid Co.: ... .... .II ' F?ire Brigade. ........ .......31 VI"" ate residence.:l, :.. .:. . .. 4. 7 .Garde, Dr G. E.. ..-- ... -.... .26 (,as Company... ... ........61 Green, W..- ..... .. ... ... 73 SGrigg, H., and: Co, .7 ...... 37. SHarris,I. .... .... ... ...6? "erring, E. . .......

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

DEATHS. FoaD.-On the 19th inst., at Maryborough Hospital, Myrtle Maud, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. A. Ford, of Cariabrook. Aged 8 years. The funeral will leave Mrs Win. Mar shall's residence, Napier-street, Mary borough, at 3 p.m. TO-DAY (Wednes day) for the Maryborough Cemetery. HUBBLE BROS., Undertakers. SUTHERLAND.--On the 20th inst., at Maryborough. Harriet, beloved third daughter of Isabella Harriet and the late John Sutherland, "'Harrietville," Wareek. Aged 35 years. The funeral will leave Maryborough at 10 a.m. TO MORROW (Thursday), ar riving Gordon's Bridge about 11 o'clock, for Wareek Cemetery. W. PHELAN & SONS, Undertakers. IN MEMORIAM. DAvlrs.-In loving memory of my dearly loved husband and father, Evan Thomas (Tommy) Davies, who died at Mary borough Hospital on 21st January, 1912. We miso thee from our home, dear father, We miss thee from thy place; A ehadow o'er our life is cast, We miss the suushine of thy face, We miss thy kind znd willing haPd, Thv fond and ear...

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

Business Nootices, LUCAS'S . BIG 'SALE TO-D)AY. ·: A 3oney-Saving Opportunity FOR THR[FTY PEOPLE. O&UR every effort since Christmas has J been bent in preparations for mak. ing this sale the most itock-reducing event in our history. Every line throughout our huge stock of a *sauonab~e character we have ruth leuuly price-prunad, and mrny end-of meaon purchasee from Melbourne mann factureru will be sold At Less than they cost to produce. Every.day staple Goods, tuch a, HOUSEHOLD LINENS, Notwithitandig h,'e cabled advancer of pricel in the home markets, will be sub itantially reducmel, and be;uing in mind the fact that our goods came direct to us from the loomr and are bought for prompt eahh, no city house with their big expenses can aford to rerve you as cheaply as we can and will. 8EE OUR BIG PRICE-LIST. If one ha. not been delivered at your dooi, a word and we will mail you one. OUR ADVICE IS EHOP IN THE MORNINGS, Afternooni will be Crowded. *EO. LUCAS & CO., I 'IHOU...

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

H1OUSEHOLD HINTS. An easy wan to open oysters is to place them on a hot stove for a few seconds. when the ovstiors will open, and you are able to got 'your knife in without the slightest trouble. When bottling liquids of any d-scrip tion boil the corks to aioften them, t" iwhile hot press them into the bottles; when cold tshe bottles will be found to be quite tirhtly sealed. Ai?ays finileft your fish and truss your fowls at home, or you lose the trnu mnings and giblets, which are so useful in stock-making. Never thicken gravy while it is boil ing. Draw the pan containing the gra'ry away from the fire, and misx the t;hickening in slowly,, stirring it till all lumps have dicapoeared. Stir while all boils up, and cook a few moments, and it is ready to serve. Wooden spoons and chopping boards should be well scrubbed wiuh bath-brick or sand in preference to soIp. This creatment whitens the woo d and makes it smooth. If the wood has be a atained w-ith grease, it should be wash ed in soda ...

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

GENERAL NEWS. W. E. Hart, the aviator, made several flights at Richmond (N.S.W.) on Monday morning for the first time since he met with an accident in the same locality 15 months ago. The flights were made in a biplane constructed by himself. His longest was three miles, with a passenger, at a height of 150ft. When he landed from his last flight a wire attached to the wheels snapped, and part of the landing gear was damaged. Hart states that he does not intend to fv professionally again. He will only make ascents to please himself or in aid of charity. He remarked that his long absence from the pilot's seat had caused him to lose the in stinct of controlling the levers for the time being, and he had to watch every movement, whereas, prior to the accident, he worked the controls instinctively. Emma Ruby Donohue, married woman, was at Colac on Monday committed for trial, charged with the murder of her infant child. In his evidence at the magisterial in quiry Constable Nankervis stated...

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

-· , .~-,' .. " .:.° . • " - ".'/? -S. ROBERTSON'S SENSATIONAL SALE IS NOW BEING HELD. GRE1T preparations have been made to make this the most successful effort yet attempted at Clearing Out Stocks of all kinds. Each department has its quota of what we term SENSATIONAL BARGAINS. MILLINERY, AT MARVELLOUSLY REDUCED PRICES. COSTUMES, AT SENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS. DRESS GOODS BEIN( CLEARED AT ABOUT HALF-PRICE. LINEN AND COTTON GOODS, AT SENSATiONAL REDUCTIONS, 1N THE CLOTHING & MERCERY SRORE :-THE BARGAINS are Very Interesting. MEN'S, YOUTHS', and BOYS' SUITS, at Reduced Prices. HATS, SHIRTS, SCARFS, BRACES, elc,. at Gift Prices. Slmhop early in the day, thus avoid the inevitable crush usual during the afternoo. ' ~ ~ ~ u~ " ' ?i ...?.? ,9 ·· 4 Business Notices. NEW YEAR GIFTS. ,,' ... ~i 7 04 ' :"?~' v.,- ? tractivene-ss, is al1way a sociated with e-ents of more than ordinary importance. Your choice from our e ?' tensive varietY of--- --- - Fashionable jewe'lery ? the most up-to-d...

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LICENSING COURT. AN UNFORTUNATE POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

LICENSING COURT. AN UNFORTUNATE POSITION. Peculiar features were presented in a case that came before Mr D. Berriman, P.M., licensing-magistrate in the Maryborough Licensing Court. The applicant was Miss Gertrude A. Gilligan, who desired the transfer of the licence of the Bridge Inn hotel, Baringhup, from Mrs Clara E. Ray. Mr E. S. HLerring, who appeared for applicant, said, by way of intro duction, that Miss Gilligan had been induced to purchase the ingoing and furniture of the hotel from Mrs Ray through a Melbourne agent. The price paid was £110. Soon the pur. chaser found that she had made a very bad bargain, as the trade of the hotel was small. The takings had been represented to her as greater than they really were, and, on top of this, she had some trouble in getting into the hotel. At a previous court she had been granted permis sion to act as Mrs Ray's agent, and now she desired the license trans ferred to herself. On account of the lady's age (she was 28) and spinster hood,...

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TIMBER REGULATIONS. CUTTING IN RESERVES. BET BET RESIDENTS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 21 January 1914

TIMBER REGULATIONS. CUTTING IN RESERVES. BET BET RESIDENTS FINED. Before Mir D. Berriman, P.M., in the Maryborough police court yester day, the district forest officer, Mr John Watson, launched two further prosecutions for illegally cutting timber on a Crown reserve. The defendants were two residents of Bet Bet, George Russell and Alfred Russell, and the charge was that they "did on the 8th day of January unlawfully obtain certain forest produce, to wit, live timber, valued at £1 19s." Both defendants pleaded not guilty, and the cases were, on the suggestion of counsel for the defence, Mr E. S. Herring, taken together. The prosecuting officer stated that on the date mentioned he found that certain trees had been cut in the Bet Bet reserve, and by the marks the timber had made when dragged behind a dray, he traced it to a mine where defendants were work ing. Witness told defendants that to cut standard timber on an area that had already been thinned was a most serious offence. They a...

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

i NEVER FAILS. " For yeare we have been using Chanm berlain's "Cough Remedy," says M.r. Herbert H. Woodhead, Wentworth, N.e. W. " We have six children and never use anything eleo for the treatment of coughe, colde and bronchial complaints. Iconidentiv recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to everyone, more espe cially to parents, who like myself have young children's health to safe-guard. It never fails to give relief in all cases." For sale by B Earl and Co., J. Thornhill and Co.. J. Gracie, Howlett and Black. " Oceolo '" shampoo, by H. Deady, hair drever, and all storekeepers. TWO DOSES GAVE RELIEF " I am a subject to bowel trouble which causes pain and inconvenience," writes Mr Alfred Wane, 185 Auburn-rd., Auburn, Vie., " but two doses of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedies give immediate relief. I am pleased to know there is such a safe and certain remedy as Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, and always keep a bottle handy." For sale by B. Earl and Go., J. Thornhill...

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