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BEAUFORT TROUBLE. EXECUTIVE'S DECISION. "STRIKE DECLARED OFF." BEAUFORT, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

BEAUF.ORT TROUBLE. EXE...CUT.._ S.':S DECISION. ?"dTRI? E DECLARED OFF." BEAUFOR 1, SATURDAY. A mas- meeting of miners was held here to-day to receive the dele gation representing the F.M.E.A. State EPecuttive, and hear the deci sion of yesterday's meeting of the executive announced, tessrs T. owve, president; and T. Jude, secretary of the State executive, reported on the delibera tione of the executrie and briefly re viewed the circumstances of the trouble. The executive, they said, had come to the conclusion that the decision that work be resumed was inevitable in the circumstances, They hd caureIil- consid..ed the matter and felt thst such decision was really Corced on them. The financial posi ron was ~nnatisfactory, and the i strike levies had not been sufficiently responded to. In addition to that disability the fact that " scab" labor had enab!ed some of the companies to carry on partial operations was also . f'ctor in compelling a break ing off o the stcike, Having regard to ...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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CEMETERY FOR CATS AND DOGS [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

CElf'ETERY FOR CATS AND DOGS iiuch has been said againlst the statement that a good many wealthy American women care a great deal more for their pet dog, and cats than for their own children. A better proof for the truth of this statement could hardly be found than the Can ine cemetery, at Hartsdale, N.Y.. which consists of five acr.s of ground. At Dreaent there are 451 interments, many of which are enclosed n plot having tombltonj s. In some cases the cost is 500 dollars. The head teacher of the Dollar Sitate School has been giving lessons in milk testing as part of the work in agricun ture. The scholars have displayed great interest in the demonstrations Tests are made of any cows, free om charge. A sample from one cow, own ed by Mr. W. Sinclair, went as high s 7.o. Several two-yea l-old heifers have gone over 4.0. The parents are a. opinion that the lessons on milk-to t ing in this dairying district are most ,aluable to the scholars. It amuses me to watoh clowns. To avy view. the...

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KEEPING OUT ASIATICS. AMERICA'S PROBLEM. BECOMING ACUTE. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

KEEPING OUT ASiATICS. AMERICA'S PROBLEM. BECOBMING ACUTE. WASHINGTON, S ?rIUinnY. Mr William Wilson, secretary of the Department of Labor, has ad vised the Speaker of the House of Representatives (M3r Champ Clark) that the Asiatic immrigration prob lem could be solved ir Congress raised the sta~ndard of admission so as to ezclude aliene who are unable to pass the standard of physical fit ness required by the United States army. Mr Wilon advice' that the whole question should be disposed of in one measure. In view of the present considerable iniuz of Hin dus from the Philippines the prob lem has now become acute, and a new law to desal with it is necessary. It is understood that the Secretary for Labor approves of action being taken on the lines already taken in Austral!ia.

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A HOME-MADE HAIR GROWER THAT DOES MARVELS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

A HOMIE-MADE HAIR GROWER THAT DOES MIARVELS. During the last few years an nouncements have appeared occa sionally telling how to make a really good hair tonic that would actually make the hair grow, and it gives us great pleasure to learn that so many who have tried it have ob tained such remarkable results. One lady writes that immediately after realding the formula, she went to her chemist and bad him put up as directed, 1 ounce of Lavona1 de Composse, ¼ dram Mlen thol Crystals, and 3 ounces Bay Rum. She took this home and, although her hair had been falling out terribly and she was threatened with baldness, she was astonished and delighted to note that ths fall ing out of the hair stopped imme diately, and the hair itself began to grow in an amazing manner. In fact, she states that it has already grown nearly 8 inches in a little over two months. Moreover, her hair is now brighter, glossier and more luxuriant than ever and is still growing, She rubbed the tonic into the roots twi...

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MURDER OF REEKS. THE MYSTERY INCREASES. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

MURDER OF REELKS. THE MIYSTERY INCREASES. LONDON, SAtunD,&., The usnewspapers continue to give prominence to the Reeks murder mystery, and great public interest ic being taken in the case. The Staffordshire police state that Reeks travelled from Canada under an assumed name. His shoes are scratched and torn, and they sug gest that the body was dragged to the pit by means of the dead man's overcoat, which was aftterwards thrown over his head. The police are coming to the con clusion that the crime was not the work of a single person. They are now making investigations as to whether Reeks was one of a party which motored from Liverpool. It has been suggested that bloodhound, should be used to trace the maur derers. The fact that the cartridges and emapty cares found near the body were of an old pattern and had beuen filed to tfi a modern weapou in~ creases the difficulty of establishing the pattera of re'vo!verussd to shoot Reeks. Experts, who have ex amined them, declare that...

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LORD STRATHCONA. UNIQUE MARK OF RESPECT. OTTAWA, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

LORD STRATHECONA. UNIQUE MARK OF RESPECT. OTTAWA, Sa~ eace. It is estimated that 1,000,000 workers will participate in a unique tribute to the memory of Lord Strathcona. As a mark of respect to the memory of the deceased statesman, it has been arranged that every wheel throughout the huge railway and steamship systems of the Canadian Pacific Company shall re main stationary wherever they are for three minutes at a given time while the body of Lord Strathcona is being lowered into the grave. Thus trains will be at a standeti!l amid the Rooky Mountains, on the prairie, . and in the cities; all the railway workshops will be silent; and the trans-Pacific and trans Atlantic steamers will be stationary in mid-ocean. Activity everywhere will be suspended while the words, " Earth to earth, and dust to dust," are being recited in Highgate Ceme tery. [The late Lord Stratheona was a director of the Canadian Pacific Company. A similar mark of re spect was paid to the memory of the late Mir E. H...

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Manners of the English [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

(Manners ot the nghlsh The manners of the English are, of course, notoriously bad, whether the??y live in the country or in the town; but I do not thnik that any one class is worse than another. On the whole, I am inclined to agree with Mr. Sto phlen Reynolds and with Mr. Chester ton, that the poor are more ceremonial and courteous than the rich. They are not, it is true, gifted with the gra ciousness of the Spaniard or the rre ton peasant. English mechanics or labourers do not struggle with their Sag of tools held in their hands, in order to take off their cap to their fellow-worker and to bid him "good morning," as one sees workmen do on the Danish highroad. "Nor can they refuse a tip-a rare occurrence, I ad mit-with the graoiousness of the French work·men who helped Steven son with his canoe on his Inland Voy age.-F. E. Green, in the "Miligate A FALSE Standard of Efficiency.. ..? To take the Olympie Games seri ously-which is, whether we like or no, the only way to take them-is to...

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REUTER'S CABLES. UNDER MARTIAL LAW. LABOR LEADER PUNISHED. JOHANNESBURG, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

REUTEW'S CABLES. UNDER MARTIAL LAW. LABOR LEADER PUNISHED. JOHANNESBURG, SATURDAY. Mr Creswell, M.L.A., leader of the South African Labor party, was charged in the Johannesburg police court yesterday under martial law, with having published a pamphlet which was likely to excite ill-feeling, and also with having attempted to induce men to refrain from working. Mr Creswell told the court that owing to the proclamation of mar tial law, he issued a leaflet instead of giving advice orally. He wished to advise the men as to the best way in which to conduct themselves during the crisis and especially to prevent public violence. He wouId always advise men once they had struck to stand together and to be loyal to one another. Cross-examined, Mr Creswell ad mitted that the object of this phamphlet was twofold : firstly, that the men should not return to work, and secondly, that they should avoid violence. The Crown Prosecutor asked for a conviction. He admitted that there was nothing very inf...

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The Worst Cook. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

The Worst Cook Not only are Englishwomen the worst cooks; they are the most ex travagant cooks. They actually be iicve that there must be a certain am ount of waste in cookery. The dust bins of London are mute witnesses to the wicked and shameless waste that goes on in our kitchens. Sometimes as I pass along the street and look at themn in the early morning I wonder that an angry God does not visit us with pestilence as a punishment for exhibitions of mouldy bread, sour po tatoes, ends of meat and fish in these reeptaclcs. Two persons - one ot them doing the cooking in a tasteful, economic manner, can have the dain tiest, most delicious and nourishing food in great variety on 10/ a week in London, even with the present high prices. It takes thought, it takes care, it takes common sense, and it takes time. These are things the average Englishwoman refuses to give to her preparation of food, and tlherefore a woman of many gifts and graces in other directions, she is the worst cook in ...

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COMMERCIAL. WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS. BALLARAT, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

COMME \IA L WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS. BALLAR.AT, Saturday. Messrs Brophy, Foley and Co. report: No change of note occurred in the market during the week, and prices bonut held their own at quptation :-Wheat, 3:5 to 3/6 for milling. Flour, £5/10!. Bran,. :£41101. Pollard: £4/15!. Malt ing barley 3/ to 3/3 for priinme En lish, and 1110 to 21 for Cape. Oats are firm at.1/8 to 1/9 for best Algerian. Chaffing aheaves are in fair demaei at 35/ to 3716 for good to best qnuality; manger sheaves, £2/?2/6 to £2/5'. Straw. 30/ to 32/6. Potatoes, £3/10/ to £4. - LELBOURNE, Satur day. Wheat.-The :market i?s steadx, but without much :animation in town. Quo tations remaini at 3/Jo to 3/6, parcels being quoted-at 3/6; while there is not much offerinig on the town market. Slightly smuatty wheat has been sold at 3/5. The European markets remain in a stagnant-condition, and businees in car goes is inactive. Flour.-The association price for local consumption:is £81101/ delivered. Bran and Pollard.-The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

INGR AH'S TOMTO O BAUCE , . ~he 1 ar yo se Ingram's Sance there 's nothing waseBd. Ingram's mneaks bthe plsaiest foodc too gjood to l~Reavi JAS. NFIE CO.,MINI & CO. -MARYBOROUGH FLOUR MILLS. 'PHONE 47. A. LAND, Manager, .FLOUR, MEAL, BRAN, POLLARD, and WHEAT, AT CURRENT RATES, Notice to District Consumers. j Our Bras and Pollard ije Branded distinctly with our name (MIINIFIE.) :: 8 Aek for that Brand only and SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. ? S:DISTRICT FARMERS PLEASE NOTE WT E AT IN ANY QUANTITIES, BOUGHT UP TO 10,000 BAGS. ,... ..;HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. CASH ON DELIVEBRY. For T:heat Delivered .o the M?ili id. per bus above Melbourne equivalent given. IT NEVER FAILS "For years we have been using Cham berlain's Cough Remreedy." sa Mr. Berbert?B. Woodhead, Wentworth, N.S. WV. "We have six chiiren andti never use anything else ior the treatment of coughs, colds and broncrial coamplaints. I confidently recomnm?neni Chaim berlain'n Cough Remedy to every ne, mnre espe cially to parents, w...

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The Man Who is Left [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

The Man Who is Left In the breeding from poorer stock in a land from whioh the best have been sent forth we find an effecient cause of the poverty and weakness in the London slums, and in the hope le?-sness of the poor throughout Eng land. Men who would have risen and banished their own poverty have been in a large degree destroyed; whereas the weakling has been rejected from her armies. Their defects spoil them as soldiers, and they are kept as par ents. The man who is left deter mines the future of every nation. The number of the hopeless and inefficieni of our race is disproportionately largo in comparison with those who are com netent to take care of themselves. D)avid Starr Jordan, in the "Eugenmcs Review."'

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Dairy Records [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

Dairy Records J. A. Ruddick, Dairy and Cold Storage Commissioner, Ottawa, Can ;ada. writes: "Unless the figures are actually be fore one, the variations in production found in the same herd seem almost incredible. For instance, in threo Ontario herds, the difference in yield between the best and the poorest cow runs aotua!lly at. 8100, 9100 and 10.900 lbs of milk the extremes in individual cows are 3890 and 17,615 lbs. This provc-s that neither an occasional weighing or testing of a sample, nor a hasty reckoning of a herd's average yie!d can possibly give any measure of justice either to the abundant or to the economical nroducer so that the knowledge requisite to building up a good herd has still to be sought. That klnowledge can be found in dairy re cords."-(Circular D. and C. S. No. 7,) An increasne of 600 Ibs of milk per annum or 2 lbs a day over a milking period of 300 days from each of the cows in this State would yield over another half million pounds sterling to our yearly r...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

NOT the least important portion of the work of the Dominions Royal Commission which visited us lasdt year was t;he nquiry into the mineral resources of the Common wealth. And with conmmendable promptitude, the Commissioners have now issued a number of ex tremely interesting and important memoranda. They have a wonder fully gratifying story to tell with respect.to past achievement, present attainments, and future possibilities of the mineral resources of Australia. We are in the habit of extenaively advertising the advantages of our continent-in the production of wool, wheat, dairy produce, and perishable products generally; but ,e are not Ialways sufficiently mindful of the great part our country plays in the world's production of minerals. Gan we Iorm any adequate conception of the enormous undeveloped mineral Iresources of the Commonwealth? IOur production of gold, copper, silver, silver-lead, tin and ginac has been epormous; and yet the Commis ioperxd.are probably.rightio remark ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

BEREAVEMENT CARD. M'Narz.-Mr and Mrs J. PaIsToN and family desire to return THANKS to their many friends for kind messages of sym pathy by telegrams, letters, cards, visite, and floral tributes received during their :recent pad berePavement. Bowenvale, January 24th, 1914. MONDAY, JAN. 26, 1914.

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SPECTRES THAT STOLE MONEY. SAVINGS CARRIED OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

SPECTPRES HAT 3"SfOLE ??i0EY, I SAVINGS CARRIIED OFF. The way in which a Fruench fam ily ot farmers called on "spirit:' ,o aid re in an attempt to avoid pay ing the renit is causing some amusement in P1aris. Two brothers, named Guiti-on, occu pied, with their wivre-s and chkiritin, a scaii iram neair Saint-Amand. One day they told their neighbors of u visible hands, which upset their foow'r pots and disarrangecd teir garden*. MIme. Guitton, the younger, said, too, tha"t by nigh sh ~ seh een thahrough her window two hblackl men--or dcians- who walkied up and down, easting cur ses at the h1ouse. It was discoveredi on the next day that the fam-il's huhole savings had daisapeared. Appeal w a mniade to the pries, and to the aolice. But neither the tat. in of the one nor the rigilanue o' the ather (sas h "Mo in" cold throw li,;h upn tie mai tte" fre, the niment.. E natities were continued by the police and the "stolion" mon, was iound under a staircase, iwhere the brothers Guit.on ad hidd...

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MARYBOROUGH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

MARYBOROUGH TELEPHONE :: EXCHANGE. - , LIST OF BUBSORIBER8; ... : Name. No. '"Advertiser" Office ... .. 11 -Alhbion Hotel . .. ... 29 :i:Bank of Vitofia- .. ...-- ... 53 .--Bennell, 0.-B. (senior:linemasn)...: 63 Benne.tt:, -3oh · .... ... ... 44 Brewery (and private residence) 12 Brownbill, G M. .. .. . ... 49 Burge, H ... ... . 5. .. 60 Bull aznd Monith hotel .... ... .2 Cleary, 3. ............ ... 8 :Colman and Lardner . , .. 39 Commercial Hotel..... . ... -67 Court House. ..... ... ,45 Cox, J. B....... .. . ... 21 Crameri,.E. .... .. . .. 22 Crook?-J.B: . .;.. .. .- ... 70 : Dfavey- Noash . .. . ..... 62 Davies} - .-: :,, .... . 57 DeaneDio.'W.. ......... 23 ::nogla~sIdand Son (F. Fisbher) .. 17 E? dwards a:nd. Co.- ....... . .... 11 -Fire: Brigaide:. .... ... . 31 : Flour~:iMmsiand Mr Land's pri - v::':.ate residence ... - .. .. 47 Garde, DrG. B. ............. 26 Gas Company ?........ ... .61 Green, W. - ..... ...7 3 Grigg, H., and C,_?. ... ... 3.7 HarrisI.............. .........

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Farm Notes [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

Farm Notes Many farmers in America are usig pulverined limestone to apply to their land to correct its acidity, but mcw have put it to use in the stable. It has been with a moro powerful chemical reaction was needed to abolishhi stable odours and flies. Accordingly farmers have as. sumed that the expense for such effort was beyond their means. It has been left to the leading horse commission firm of New York to bring to public attention the beneficial effects of cheap ground limestone in the stable. William Bradley has been using limestone dust in his stables where three hundred to live hundred work horses are kept, anti when he obtained a controlling interest in the Fiss, Doerr and Cirroll Hlorse Co., he introduced the limestone into the sale stables as well. This is the very linest grade of pulverised lime stone. It is scattered daily throughout the stables to dry up tho floors, and consequently reduce the odour. It is also thought to reduce the number of flies. Many farmers could...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 26 January 1914

Business Notae.sr I LUC AS'S BIG S AL E TO-DAY. . ..? '" ..::-?? - -...: ..; ·. - -:-,;, ·:-: ·,·" i,- : "...` :,"':'.' ::' ~ .;I, ? ;i~i)! BI! : : · A E· ~:. r ' : A Money-Saving Opportunity FOR TBRlFTY PEOPLE. O UR every effort since C.hristmas hae been bent in prepartons for m - ing this Sale the most stock-reducing event in our hirtory. Every line throughout our huge etock of a seasonable character we have ruth lessly price-pruned, and many end-of neason purchase from Mielbourne manu facturers will be sold At Less than they cost to produce. Every-day etsple Goods, such a. HOUSEHOLD LINENS, otwiths?tanding iste cabled advances of prices in the ho~ns manrkets, wil be sub atantially reduc., and bearing in mind the fact thai our g?~ods came direct to us from the loom R: and are bought for prompt cash, no city hou.e with their big expen-es can aford to serve you as cheaply as we can and will, SEE OUR BIG PRICE-LIST. If one has not been delivered at your door, a word and we will mail ...

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