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VARIOUS USES OF OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

VARlIOUS USES OF OIL. i;ov'y orsonI requires a certain am ount or oi in his food in ord-r to be helthyo. Jur ancstors lived to a large extenl on olives, peanutS, chast nuts, and other nuts oontainui? oil. The present gbeneration uses too ittle oil in its diet. This can be taken in he shape of E the pure exressed olive oil, as an emulsitied salad dressing, or by eating nuts, olives, cetc. It may be a matter of choiice how the syste'e ets ius oil, but a certain amount ni ssential to the enjoyment of gooct1 h'ealth. The good. r~sulte - a jh albi tual use of the :ibovo articles in tihe diet are soon shown, espeoial!y whetE nersouns a:r'-i inclined to indicatlion ani conscipation. E'eryone o ught to usa puare olive oil in nmcderato doses, a!so as a dressig for sal. :riour is of uits have a hi'gh diettio value. hccnuse of the oil whichl they contain. and can be nued to advanta,. iWhen natiients incline to conIsullpuonl, pure cod liver oil ranks ait the head oi oily oubsances, but the toss...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARYBOROUGH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

MARYBOROUGB TELEPHONE EXCEANGE. S LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. Name. No. ": Advertiser" Office ... ... 11 Albion Hotel : .. .. ... 29 Bank of Victoria ;. .... ... 53 Bennell,; C. B; (seniorlineman)... 83 Bennett, John ... ... ... 44 Brewery (and private residence) 12 Brownbill G. M. .... .. ...49 Burge, H .. ... ....., 50 Bull and Mouth hotel ... ... 2 Cleary, J N..;. .. . ... ... 8 Colman and Lardner .. .. 39 SCommercial Hotel ... .. ... 67 Court House.. .... ... 45 Cox, J. B..... ., ... ... 21 Orameri, E. ;.. . .. .. .. 22 Crooks, J. B. ... ... ... 70 Davey, Noah., ... ... .. 62 Davies, I.... . ... ... .. . 7 Deane, Dr.E W.... -... .. 23 Douglass and Son (F. Fisher) ... 17 SEdwards and'Co ... .. . 11 -Fire Brigade .. .. .. 31 Flour Mills and Mr Land's pri vate residence ... . 47 Garde, Dr G, E. .... ...... 26 tas: Company ... ... ... 61 Green, W.... ... ... ... 73 Grigg, H., and Co,.. ... ... 37 Harris, I. . ... ... .... 8 Herring, E. ... .. ...41 Howlett and Black... .. , 7 Hdospital.......

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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CRICKET. WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. METHODIST BEAT UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

CRICKET. WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION, METHODIST BEAT UNITED. Owing to an early start being made on Wedniss.- v in the match Methodist v U,;it?.l tnality was reached for the ti::: time this season between these teams well inside' the appointed time for clos ing. The result was a win for the Methodists, after an exciting finish, by the narrow margin of three runs. The Methodists won the toss and went to the wickets. The opening batsmen were J. Walker and Youlden. The start was disastrous. Branton bowled Walker with his third ball-a beauty--and Twist nicely caught Powell at point off the next. W. Colman followed, and quickly knocked up 17 before he was bowled by Mitchell. M. Col man came next, and only survived a couple of balls when he shared the same fate as hie brother. Four wicketi were. now down for 17. all made by W. Colman. Falk and Waugh went cheaply, and six were down for 35, when Rowe came in, and, with Youlden, carried the score to 82, when Rowe was bowled by Lamb for 15. Youiden ...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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LADY AND CHOIR BOY. WIFE'S INFATUATION [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

LADY AND CHOIR BOY. WIFE:S INFATUATION There was no defunce in the oase re cently heard before S r Samuel Evans in which Mr Cuthbert George Dent pe tioned for a divorco froim bhi wiue, Kate Louisa Dent, allegilng her mis conduct ilth Wiilliam Collett, who was cited as co-resplondnit. Mr Waiis, reprcsenting tlhe potitcin er, said he was married ;n 167 . At tho end of 1910. his wfe made the ac quaintance of co-respoindent, a youth of nileteei. One day, upon recturn ing home he found this 5young !nan cutting the lawn gra&-. .-Mr8 Dent said he was one of the. church choris ters. On a subsequent d;tto MIrs Dent said Collett would takle her to the picture palace. The potitiioner pro tcested, and she agreed not to eet Col lett again. One night, however, when the plcitioner arIri!d hlomO earlier than ie was expeo-c4d eo saw Coll?tz leaving by the back door. Subse quently Ioh received froi Collitt's laud lady two letters wliicli Mrs Dent hau written to him, and on July 4, theI follow...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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CARISBROOK TELEPHONE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

CAiRI8BROOK: 1 TRLRjjjpHdONi r~edi. Daviv, aewr a ge~gt 2: .c:I~~.s:

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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TEACHER FOUND OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

TIAOEfCH . FOUNDi OUT "Twice times two,' said litte Vera to her pet rabbit. -r I~eovingm:ns ,.-:: ply, she went uo: "Seron fours-,' Six. eights," still no reply "A h!I knew tea?!er. wa.s telling: lies when she ~aid that rabbits m:m ilWt?.: 'liid quickly-." In iire minut?es the nverage.~ -n:man.i wourl di- ( or waent f nir;, fo~hr wn.ut C ofi water, in a week,; ef r want o rleep in ten 'days.

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

Bushuess Notises, LUCAS'S BIG SALE ' ° ' . ,- . "- ·. :. .; . q : A MIoney-SaviUg opportunity FOR THRIFTY PEOPLE,. OUR every effort since Christmas has been bent. in preparations for mak inc this Sale the most stbck reducing event in our history. facturers will be sold::. ·':·i . At Lees than they cost to jproduce. . : :1::::- : . - ::. :-; Every-day staple Goods, such as HOUSEBOLD LINENS, Notwithstanding late cabled advances of prices in ihe home markets, will be sub stantially reduced, and beraringin mind the fact that our goods came direct to us from the looms and are bought for prompt cash, no city house with their big expense. can afford to serve you as cheaply as we can and wull.-- - SEE OUR If one has not been delivered at your door, a word and, we will mail you one. . ono .: : , ,... •or~s 8?gpl GOURs .... .::,.- - -os~~ : ...ILI.. :' - I. After n ons will be iroiwded - GEO. LUCAS & C0., 'PHONB54. frj one ha ote bend deivred :apt your duor a wrdee can fod wewil mailr...

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A WONDERFUL OAT. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

A WONDERFUL OAT. T:here is growing in Lancashire on Garton's Seed groumnds at. W?arringtn a smingle oat :plnnt wihich surpasses by several hundred points any cereal -er er prodiuced in the world The single I:heaiid :contais a few-::: . shaort if. 1000 graisten tuin?:s as many, as you. win fnd in ).he best crops. The plant is a ,;more or .les- accidenta result or thd .::original .sy:?t?.em oTb uha i.ar be {ir mi..? ed-saceerate_'d e...volution, . which :.is :bee ?-i:practi~sedC on thess gounds :: for I:theilast ?Sl rears: Tis. part-icular." proi.gy has beeinobtained: bi eros-ina :itglyd-ieveloped: cts-. with :thu wild-. ':oat which. his an inecalulable cffpacit. ?ifogr-beariugn se*ed. The~e ars? smait anisd yeles?.? . bui, the strange f,-ict na~is bie etisoeredI that the wi'd cat: ma.; in orogssng, e.en n-eiarge the ,rainl - .of t.h c·ross w as well as increas~e its. number... Tlis particular oat ..is but an extreme instanc' of the. new pro-. ductions iu ceroal- or -ll- sort, It is a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

DEATH. FAULK1EAD..-At Broken Hill, on the 2Lst January, John, the beloed hus band of Nellie Faulkhead, and the only son of the late John and Florence Faulkhead, and only beloved brother of Mrs Walter Baker, Burns-street, Mary borough, and Mrs William Whyte, of West Melbourne. Aged 29 years. FRIDAY, JAN. 23,, 1914.

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ATTACK ON OLD WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

ATTACK ON OLD WOMAN. i3ent and frail. under the weight of 5 years,i Mrs Clara Grossman was on Sher wa3 home' to 2New York recently, with a silk shawl which she had .,si purchased as a, birthday gift fobr a .little grand-child, when. she was at -tacked by three i young men. While -one clasped his hands around tha old woman's neck to stile any cry. the others pushed her into a doorway. Therel they took lthe parcel contaim-,in -the shawl and her purse, which had ,.about tree dollars in it As the three young nen broke away. from :her and ran -she feli t t the floor o: the hallway screaming. Her cries attracted the attentionu of numerous .women on the side-walk with their baby carriages, and of -men in the s-hops. -Before the :three hadi run a :iblock. five hundred 'men and women were pursuing them; but, they escaped, two-by umping a surface car, and one :"by being a taster runner than any one ,in. the crowd.:' SM.: rs Grossman was .sent to her home with one eye discolored from a blow, a...

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COMMERCIAL. HIDE, SKIN, AND TALLOW MARKET. (BY WIRE.) MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

(0MM IEPIAL. iIDE, SKIN, AND TALLOW MARKET. (BY. Win.) . o?arI?r?j,~N. Thurcdav. The Australianf Mercanutile, Land and Funance Co., KLimited; report:-Sheep skins-Fine crossbred and crossbred pelts }-d to }d dearer, other classes very firm Hider.--Market firm; occamionally ?d in sellers' favor . Tallow.--Market 51 easier:for all gool lines. HO t(LESALE PRODU?0UE MARKETS. !- M s bOURNE- Thursday. Wheat.-The market-is steady at 3/53% to 3/6 for prompt delivery, the demand at 3/6 being Partly f?r trucking bhefore the end of this week. :Wheat ,for February delivery is quoted'at)3/6 for early and S3/6?? or the latteripart of the month, while for delivery by special dates 3/6k% is quoted. Business- 'has been. done in smnutty wheat at 3/4. The London mar ket is dull and unchanged. Flour.-'Tha association price for local consumption is £8110/1delivered. Bran and Pollard,--The association price for bran is £4/101 delivered, and that for pollard £415/.: Barley.-IPrime Chevalier maltig is quote...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

INGEAM'S TOMATO SAUCE ?he - yoa ase Ingram's Sauce there nothing wasted. Igram's makes the plainest ftood too good ito, l *aves. JAS. MIIE & CO., MARYBOROUGH FLOUR MILLS. 'PHONE 47, A. LAND, Manager. FLOUR, MEAL, BRAN, POLLARD, and WHEAT, AT CURRENT RATES, Notice to District Consumers. Our Bran and Pollard is Brsnded distinctly with our name (MINFIE.) ' Ask for that Brand only and SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. .%DISTRICT FiRMERS PLE SE NOTE V-IT rr IN ANY QUB.- -TrIU, BO'TG4T UP TI 10,000 RAGS. V ..*1 ,< .* RI[r, jf-l '. MIARKEEr PRipOE S:. 4: CASH VON -L[Vi Y For: W-eiat -Delivered to the Vii d-. par bus above Me bourne ' ... .-/- .-* equivalent given. "Sonm.. (i -ý o r h rpea wa ,- - bth a bad n -S. * - yri.,1 -n ' .v i E11J Coles, M\ or Cr c, k Wb - I ttied seve-r rlmedit i bui they hadl no 'effeci a .?a' rOsoure gave the borse three t,... o- .- [ t,! 1 Cum berlain'sOolic and )Diar.'h-a rei:edy and noticed an Enamuru-em.at iitmmediately. He was soon able to stalid au...

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HEROISM IN HOUSEKEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

HEI~R ISM INB HOUSEKEEPING, So many talents are wasted, so many enthusiasms turned to smoko, so many lives spoiled for want cf bIttie pa tience and endurance, for want of un derstandin:ug and laying to heart the meaning ot "the presena"--for want of recognising tha~t it is not the greatness or tile littleness of the duty nearest hand, but the spirit in which one does it, which makes one's doing noble or mean l I can't think how people, who have any natural ambition, and any sense of power in them, escape go ing mad in a world like this, without the recognition of thaat. I know I was very near mad when I fould it out for myself (as one has to find out for oneself everythmg that. has to b~e any real practical use to one). Shall I tell you how it came into my head ? Perhaps it may be of comfore to you in similar moments of fat;igue and disgust. I had gone with my husband to live on a little estate or peat bog, that had descended to me all the way down from John ir. tue ovenanuter, who ...

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LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

LADIES' COLUMN. (By "Ambrosine.") Sometimes hats in the window look better to the observer than when tried on. The window dresser, kfiowing his business, sees that the setting suits On a pale grey-green back ground, per haps he will show .the hats in tints of yellow, pink and blue. Then prob ably he will use a large black hat wih black plumes and two white hats, and keep the yellows near the black, and the pinks and blues near the whiies. In displaying his dress goods, he wil be equally wise-fabrics of delicate bluish greys or tints of blue aganist ivory wnite, into which perhaps he has introduced an occasional note of orange. His rabrics of dark blue, such as Indigo he will have against a background cf medium blue grey with an occas:onal note of Indian red. Again. fabrics in the various browns, from yllow through red to black against a grey green background contrastied, perhaps with an occasional note or green. Fi nally, fabrics in tints of yellowish white against a light blue-grey...

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WALTZING ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

WALTZING ROUND. "'Excuse me," he said to hia fair partner, taking a bit of wool fromp the shoulder of her dress. The woo!, however, seemed to be never ending, until he had wound a large ball; which he,'very embarrassingly hid in his u3c ket. Fair Partner (to mother next morn ing)-"It's a funny thinr mother, buth last night I put a wooYien spencer uer my dress, eand this morning It ruad completely disappeared." Lemon Snow.--Cut two lemons u1 ?alf and squeeze out all the juice. Pat the rind in a saucepan with one pint if water and a cup of sugar. BJ3oil for a few minutes. Remove rind, and stir in I cup sago. C;ok till done; then turn out on a dish. When cool add the lemon juice and whites of twa eans.

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SLOYD WORK. A CREDITABLE EXHIBIT. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

SLQYD WORK. A COREiiDITABLE :EXEHBIT. The value of sloyd school work is not to be lightly estimated. If a child's mind bel trained alone and foib instruction in handicraft given, a lop-sided result can be expected. Sloyd work occupies the same rela tion to boys' education as cooking does to that of girls, and both are eminently desirable features of pre sent-day instruction. The Mary borough sloyd centre has been for tunate in having a capable, enthu siastic master in Mr J. )D. Wellman, and so the results have been as good as-circumstances would permit. It must be remembered, that a sloyd teacher has not all the scholars he would like -at his disposal. Those pupils who are naturally receptive show their facility first at the ele mentary schools, and it follows that they are set for more examinations there:than most others-to the limi tation: of their time at sloyd. It is all the. more creditable, therefore, when there is accomplished such a display as that which some of Mr Wellman's...

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YET ANOTHER CAT STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

YET ANOTHER CAT STORY, To the several highiy interesting ca.i Otorjes to which you nave aireaiy ac caided the uwdely extended pun oilty of your columns, I wouid h?' to ado antlleier (writes a correspondunu tO "i'.P's. Weekly.") When living in the Midlands, we had as a household pec, a fine ior;oisi shell cat whic had been with us trot kiittenhood. Uut of a nun?crous yield of kittens, not one had resembled Its mother, and while thiey were suin lardly disposed iof, she who had g-eun thorn birth was retained, and kept the house and proemses clear of vermain. Afier several years, she appeared to be suffering from to?thaohe, eu-ance of' which wa-s forthcoming in a awolkcn i£ e, awia~s on the same side of tme lace, and which iateirfered with her picasant iciai appearance, as I h-ve secn the oase with human beings unnde-" simlar " circumstances. \hica sui, ' - ing fronm these atltacks, by her pitiul, iook up into our faces she seemed to appeal for the help we could no a? iord., but we assu...

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MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

-:NN NEWS. THE S5H'.EMRKET, h Seoah Da--er, st7cck and hbarebroker, Hi.h-street, ;'y.rdr;anch. reports the fol3owing c-ilin? qotatiCons at the- last letiungs o iioiure and Ballarat too e.hane< yer'iav afternoon: IN\ 4 ENT 16 i' A "mal],. inP--b "'-,i, i:5,3 1P .? 1T.-1 - ' SRICT, Cath - t--b 5 t" " , C.:.hca-rt :, ud -- : 7-. :. ps ' Cat rt' r Cenira -} " s 35 /3 k "'- N; Cath-cart Vietor,- b 1 S, s 2/1 C ' ra .. -i-- 3. ,' '1. tLangi 1-- '. LAn,,:[ S --b S-. 1,.9, sales 16/, 17/8 17."b 7 Sa nn y , ' . .:3. New L..nd--b :k 9, s 84/6 .";:)i BE":-' O , ISTRV6T, i B" .... ;'- }: p. Le d-b-L 2. 8, 5 31 ," i::); t 15 Hav'?e Ent,-- - 3 4..' ±nte - Nope Na -b , - ; \\w S. Hi-ope Ex:',t, W :, ; , ? [ose o 'xt. . , : ; I)--b I,', s . B',:'PIu-O DISTR...... Golds P;ri " o 3 , ...brieN . 1--? 7:3 . 7/,'. sales 7 8 New Norna:,by--....b ER , . 4 1, sa es 3 91 N, Woah Hl:ave-- 4 1, 5 4 1.0. sales 4/3 S, B8?rry-- b 1 8, ? Birthda o,, " : 4 u b -? ist..:s Golden Re " -b 1. ': ? ../ . Sc ...

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BISHOP—LEES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

BISHOP-LEES. At the Presbyterian Church, Caris brook, on Wednesday afternoon, the wedding of Miss Elizabeth Lees and Mr G. W. Bishop, of Moonee Ponde, was so]ermnised, tbhe ceremony being conducted by Revs. H. A. Erskine and W. J. Mieriech. The bride was given away by her uncle, Mr Driver, of Majorca, Miss Hemley being bridesmaid. The bridegroom was supported by Mr Hemloy as best man. Miss Bertha Shebler played "The Wedding March." After the ceremony breakfast was partaken at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs Hurle, when the usual toasts were honored. The happy couple left Carisbrook by the evening train.

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WEDDINGS. JOHNSON—KINNIBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 23 January 1914

WEDDINGS. -4----- JOHNSON-KINNIBURGH. A very pretty wedding was cele brated in the Presbyterian Church at Bet Bet on December 30, 1913, the contracting parties being Mar garet Elizabeth Johnson, youngest daughter of Mrs Johnson and the late Mr F. Johnson, of Bet Bet, and Reuben Kiuniburgh (" Comma"), of Cariabrook. Tile service was per- I formed by the Rev. Mr Davies, of Dunolly, and the church was beau tifully decorated by the girl friends of the bride, The" Wedding March" was nicely conducted by Miss Hilda James. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr F. Johnson, was handsomely attired in white silk; the bodice was beautifully trimmed with fillet insertion and overlace, the skirt gracefully draped to a panel of fillet insertion. She also wore the customary wreath and veil and carried a shower bouauet. Miss Ruby Kinniburgh, sister of the bridegroom, acted as first bridesmaid. She was nicely gowned in a dress of rich overlace, trimmed with pale pink satin and draped with p...

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