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HOME RULE. MR O'BRIEN'S GAGE. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
ROME RULE, MR O'BRIEN'S GAGE, LONDON, ZioNoY-. The Irish Nationalists have de= cided not to contest the Cork seat in the House of Commons, which has been rendered vacant by Mir William O'Brien, leader of tse iu dependent Nationalists. M.r O'Brien vacated the seat and sought re-elec tion on the ground that the Redmon dites interpreted the result of the recent municipal elections in Cork as a defeat of the policy of "con ference, conciliation, and consent" in connection with Home Rule. Mir O'Brien has therefore been re-elected unopposed and his followers arej jubilant over their victory. [ln concluding a speech at Water ford on Saturday night, Mr. John Redmond, JM.P. (leader of the Irish Nationalists), declared that a con test between two Nationaliots at the present moment would be a acandai and a serious blow to the Home Rule cause.!
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
LUCAS'S BIG SALL TO-DAY A Money-Saving Opportunity FOR THRIFTY PEOPLE. 0UR every effort since Christmas has Sbeen bent in preparatidns for mak ng this Sale the most stock-reducing event in our history. Every line throughout our huge stock f a seasonable character we have ruth lessly price-pruned, and many end-of season purchases from Melbourne manu facturers will be sold At Less than they cost to produce. Every-day staple Goods, such as a 0twithstanding late cabled advances of rices in the home markets, wiii be sub stantially reduced, and be.aring in mmna he fact that our goods came direct. to us from the looms and are bought for prompt cash, no city house with their big expenses can afford to serve you as heaply as we can and will. BIG PRICE-LIST. I one has not been delivered at your door, a word and we will mail you one. SH0 io IHE MORNI GS, iAfternoons will be Crowded. SrEO. LUCAS & CO., 'p11ts~oding!i354 e ?rn~s ef4ii -':~ s "ýý`aýýe;'ýý;'ýit'-' :i rv iirrdS-4i'i' .r.:. ...
MURDER MYSTERY. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
MURDER XM1YSTERY. LONDON, Mo-DAY. The police made a discovery to day in connection with the murder of the Sydney engineer Thomas Reeks. It has been a mystery as to why Reeks should have gone to Wolverhampton, where his body was found. It has transpired that the acquaintance in whose company Reeks spent the week-end at Liver pool has relatives living at XWolver hampton. The home of this mar is said to be in Leeds. It has been learnt that Reeks told three people that he intended to visit Wolverhampton. One of these three was the purser on board the s.e. " Empress of Ireland," on which Reeks came to England. Another who knew of his intention was the solicitor before whom Reeks swore an affidavit in connection with the Board of Trade papers.
OUR HIGHLAND GATHERING. A VOICE FROM QUEENSLAND. (TO THE EDITOR "M. & D. ADVERTISER.") [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
OUR HIGHLAND GATHERING. A VOICE FROM QUEENSLAND. (To THE EDITOR " M. & D. A.DnveTI~a.") SIR,-Some kind friend sent me a copy of your issue dated Jan. 2, 1914, and needless to say that after an absence of some 34 years from my native place-Alma, Chinaman's Flat, and Maryborough-I sacanned every column with considerable en joyment. I could not help but re cognise that your town-or is it a city-has quite out-grown its infant stages, at least so far as the great Highland Gathering is concerned, and as the issue under notice is given over to that function I may be pardoned for not recognising growth in other directions. In reading over the names of prominent men, one misses those of Toucher, D. Carrick, Drs. Dunn and Laidman, Dodds, " Boss " Clark, and Dan Taylor, and among the ooms petitors H. Tremlett (" Dumps "), Schacklee and many veterans of the quoit fixtures. I also looked in vain for an account of the wrestling con tests in Cornish and Cumberland styles with Sam and Peter...
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. Mr Noah Davey, stock and sharebroker, High-street, Maryborough, reports the following closing quotations at the last. meetings of the Melbourne and Ballarat stock exchanges yesterday afternoon: IN VESTMENTS. Amalg. Zinc-b 28/3, a 29/6 ARARAT DISTRICT. Cathcart-b 3/, s 3/6, sales 3/6 Cathcart Contral-b 35/, s 36/, sales 35/9 Cathcart Victory- b 1/6, a 1/8, sales 1/6 Central Langi-b 3/6, a 4/ Great Langi-b 3/8. a 319, sales 4/4, 3/9 Langi N.-b 5/4, a 5/8, sales 5/6 Langi S.-b 161, s 18/6 Langi S. (paid)-s 201 New Langi-b 34/1, a 34/3, sales 35/9, 34/S New Langi (paid)-gb 36/ Upper Langi-b 1/2, s 1/6 Upper Langi (paid)-b 2/6 BEAUFORT DISTRICT. Beaufort Deep Lead-b 2/8, a 2/10, sales 2/17%, 2/0 Hope-b 9/6 Hope Ext.--b 3/6, s 4/3 Hope N.-b 11/6, s 12/6 sales 11/6 Hope R.-b 3/ H:ope Ext. W--b 1/1, a 1/3, sales 1/3 Hlope Ext. W. (paid)-b 1/1, a 1/3, sales 1/3 BALLARAT DISTRTCT. Lianberrie No. 1-b 7/16i, s 7/6 New Normanby-s 41 N. Woah Hawp-s 4/6 BERRINGA AND S...
THE MARCH OF THE MOTOR. REMARKABLE ROAD TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
THE MARCH OF THE MOTOR. REMARKABLE ROAD TRAIN. The wonderful advance made in commercial motor vehicles during re cent years is all concentrated in a re markable petrol-electric road train that has just been landed in Melbourne to the order of Mr R. S. Falkiner, of the Kellow-Falkiner Motor Com pany. The hugeness and com pleteness of the train amazes even the hardened motorist, and nothing like it has been seen in any part of the world, except the land of its birth-Germaby--whoer ten similar trains are in commission in the German army. Only immense wealth and influence has enabled Mr Falkiner to obtain possession of the "Muller " train, as the German authorities were not too favorably disposed towards allowing a Muller train to leave their country. How ever, this wonderful road tractor, with its inventor, Major W. A. Muller, is iW Melbourne, the train assembled all ready to demonstrate what it can do under Australian conditions. The train consists of a motor van and ten trucks, the p...
COMMERCIAL. WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
COMMERCIAL. WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS.t MZLEocnOs, Tuesday. Wheat.-The market i-, quiet, with practically nothing doing in town. No weakness is apparent, however, and the market may be quoted a r steady. January delivery may be quoted at 3i6; alongside, and S!5,i to 3?: eCc ;tore. February delivery is worth about 3/5,6 to Flour.--Association basis, Melbourne delivery, is £S/101. Bran and Pollard.-Association mini mum quotation for bran is £4/10/, and for pollard £4/15/ ton of 20001b. delivered. Oats.--Milling, good to prime. 1/919 to 1/10;-fair'to good heavy feed, 1/S tc 1/9; poor, do'wn to 11/6. Barley.-Malting Chevalier, up to 3/6; Cape malting, 2/2 to 2/3. Lucerne.-Chaff, up to £4-17/6; hay, choice, £3/151. Chaff;:-Choice wheaten, nominally £3 101; choice oaten, £3/2/6; primo chaff, £3; good, £21151; medium, .217/6 to £2 101. Hay and Straw.-Manger hay, up to £5/101; manger eheaves. £3 to £315/; chaffing sheaves, £2 to £2/5/, according to quality; Victorian Etraw, 30/ to 3216 ex r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
SINGR AM TOMATO A B s Ue . l ftoo g8 -g i yoi unse nrdim's Sauce there 'as nothing wasted, Ingram's maken the plaineot food too goiitoo l . d& t M e.. " " ..-... JAS. AINIFIE & CO., MARYBOROUGH FLOUR MILLS. 'PHONE 47. A. LAND, IManager. FLOUR, MEAL, BRAN, POLLARD, and WHEAT, AT CURRENT RATES, Notice to District Consumers. Our Bran and Pollard is Branded distinctly with our name (MINIFIE.) Ask for that Brand only and SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. $ DISTRICT FARMERS PLEASE NOTE TA m ~IN ANY QUANTITIES, BOUGHT UP TO 10,000.BAGS. ... ... ?HIGHEST sMARKET PRICE. CASH ON DELIVERY. For Wheat Delivered to the rili id. per bus above Melbourne equivalent given. WHOOPING COUGH. "My little boy had whooping cough very badly," says Mrs. A. Henderson, The People'e Store, 47 Elgen Rd., Morning ton, N.Z. "I tried several cough medicines without anv of them doing him any good, then I tried Chamberlain's Cough RPemedy and he got immediate relief. Since then I have always kept a bottle of thi...
HANDLING OF WHEAT. THE STATE AND THE FARMER (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
HANDLING OF WHEAT. THE STATE AND THE FARMER (Contributed). Most people realise in a general way that to at least three States, Victoria, New South Wales, and South Australia, wheat-growing is a vitally important matter. Compara tively few, however, have gone at all carefully into the figures or know how much the cost of marketing affects, and must affect, the area under cultivation. According to the report of the Royal Commission which considered the question, the price of wheat has during the last ten years varied from 2s 9d to 4s 2d per bushel; when the latter price is paid the farmer can afford to pay for bags and for out-of date methods of handling, but when the lower price rules the cost of marketing under utterly out-of-date methods is ruinous. The report of the Royal Commis sion says that the cost of bags is from 6d to 7d, that the cost of handling them is a big item, and that the usual method of weighing them is quite unsatisfactory. It adds, what all who are interested in t...
POULTRY HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
POULTRY HINTS. ..ather eggs daily. Never breed from wry-tail birds. Eggs should be stored in a cool room. Bury. the grain in the ecratohini, shed. Old hens are only drones on the farm. Cleanlin'ess is 'essential in the peou, try-house. If: the :male- bird is sickly er?,? breed., from :him. Hensiis are nhoit..profitable aft-er tnheir seconi felaing season. .. Green feeshould be fed oerry di1r itn ungrassed runs.' 'The Wyandotte is a great forag e and, an economical breed. Plymodth ?Rocks and Orpingtuns are classed. 'as first-rate utility birds. Separate the male bird trom the fic·lk till eggs are required for hatching. Crush the oggshells up. Never throw them out whole in the pouitry yard. Lime, or better still, old mortar, should always be placed in the stud breeding pens. You can't keep chicks in health rith out grit. - You can't get eggs from food that produces fat. ! You oan't make a hen sit until s wants to. You can't keep hens in good oonde tione withorit green food of some kin...
DUNOLLY V. BETLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
DUNOLLY V. BETLEY. The above match was concluded last Saturday, Betley winning by an innings and 25 runs. Scores:- BETLEY. First Innings .. ... . 205 DUNOLLY. Ellerton, b Howard ... .. 3 G. Nicholls, b C. Peart ... ... 4 Simone, c C. Peart, b Howard ... 0 Game, c C. Peart, b Melton ... 2 W. Pelletier, b G. Peart.. .. 35 Morris, c Elliott, b Hole .. ... 8 H. Pelletier, not out ... .. 12 Locke, b Melton ... ... .. 2 0. Nicholls, b Hole... ... ... 1 Polinelli, c and b Hole .. ... 4 Downs, b Hole ....... 3 Sundries .. ... ... . . 7 Total ..... .. .. 81 Bowling.-J. Howard, 2 for 32; 0. Peart, 1 for 10; G. Peart, 1 for 13; J. Melton, 2 for 15; G. Hole, 4 for 4. Second Innings. G. Nicholls, c Hole, b Melton .. 56 H. Pelletier, c Melton, b Hole ... 1 W. Pelletier, b Howard ... .. 1 Game, b Howard ..... ... 4 Simons, c Melton, b G. Peart ... 24 Ellerton, b G. Peart 0 Locke, run out .... ... 1 Morris, c C. Peart, b G. Peart . O C. Nicholle, c Moore, b Howard 1 Polinelli, not out ...... 6 Down...
THE SECOND MATCH. AN EASY WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
THE SECOND MATCH. AN EASY WIN. It may be that the Ballarat C grade visitors were not accustomed to concrete, but they were no match at all for the Wednesday Associa tion representatives. Batting first, the visitors made 52, Anderson (an A grade man) being top-scorer with 15. There were, of course, some good bowling figures, Mitchell's being especially fine. Maryborough had no trouble at all in reaching this score, though their first wicket fell without a score. Youlden made 45, Lamb 70 not out, Mitchell 25, Grossman 19, and the total reached 200. In their second hand Ballarat did very little better. only reaching 66. Powell and Warren this time headed the bowl ing. The visitors were hospitably entertained. Soores: BALLARAT. First Innings. Turner, c Mitchell, b Grossman... 0 Akers, c Grossman, b Mitchell ... 2 Hlennah, b Mitchell ... ... 0 Butler, c Warren, b Grossman,... 5 Cleary, b Mitchell ... ... ... 8 Todd, c Lamb, b Mitchell .. 2 Anderson, c Gartrell, b Branton 15 Gilbert, not ...
LABOR CONFLICTS. 44,000 WORKERS IDLE. BUILDING OPERATIONS CEASE. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
LABOR COIOKFLiRCTS. -1,000 WORKERS IDLE. BUILDING OPERATIONS CEASE LONDON, MOIDN?. There is no change for the better to report in respect to the two serious industrial disputes in Lon don. It is estimated that the lock-out in the building trade has aso f thrown 31,000 men idle, while 1,0., coal-porters and general carmen arec on strike. Building operations in London to day are practically at a standstill. The buildings affected include the Commonwealth o;ces. The locked out workers claimed the unemploy ment benefit under the National in surance Act on the ground that they had been dismissed after due notice, The authorities, however, refused to grant the claim, contending that the trouble simply constituted a trade dispute.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
GRIPES IN HORSES. " Some time ago our horses was down with a bad attack of gripes," says Miss F. J. Coles, Major's Creek, N. S. W. " I tried several remedies but they had no effect; as a last resource I gave the borse three teaspoonsfule of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and noticed an improvement immediately. He was soon able to stand and now is as well as ever." For sale by B. Earl and Co, J. Thornhill and Co., J. Graice, Howlett and Black. "Oceolo" shampoo, by HI. Deady, hairdresser, and all storekeepers. Wanted. W-TANTED at once, first-class COOK; also, good HOUSEMAID. Must have hotel experience Apply by letter, Mrs JeFFR??s, Grange Hotel, Hamilton. ANTED KNOWN.-J. DIAMOND, Butcher, Tuaggra-street, Mary borough, has been appointed AGENT (Live Stock) for the QUEENSLAND INSURANCE CO. All Classes of LIVE STOCK Insured at Lowest Current Rates. 0VIT EDDING and BIRTHDAY PRE V SENTS.-Choice assortment, to auit all purses.-WILKS & SON. )IANOS, Organs, Violins, Accordeo...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
GENERAL NEWS. The first general meeting of the newly-formed Bendigo branch of the Victorian Railways Institute was held on Sunday. Mr F. Oakley, formerly of Maryborough, was elected president. Twenty thousand acres of the Mundiwa Estate, New South Wales, have been subdivided into 25 farms of from 600 to 1125 acres. Someone cut into Noske Bros.' large stack of wheat at Kaniva. In all 21 bags of wheat were cut from end to end, apparently with the object of letting the stack down. Botany Bay, which is notorious as a dangerous place for small rowing boats, was on Sunday the scene of.a triple drowning tragedy. Three men in a rowing boat were engaged in crossing from La Perouse to Kur nell, when the boat capsized. The body of one, supposed to be William Gibb, of Paddington, has since been recovered. While a passenger train from Sydney to Picton on Saturday was running past Cabramatta at about 30 miles an hour, the engine-driver, D. M'Kinlay, had occasion to climb on to the tender. Suddenl...
LORD STRATHCONA. FUNERAL IN LONDON. LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
LORD STiATHCONA. FUNERAL IN LONDON. LONDON, MO DAY, The funeral of Lord Stratheona, High Commissioner for Canada, took place to-day. It was preceded by a memorial service at Westminster Abbey, which was largely attended by notable people. Their najesties the rKing and Queen and Queen Alexandra were represented, as was H.R H. the Duke of Connaught, Go;erno' General of Canads. Among those present were Captain R. M. Collins (Acting High Commissioner for Aus tralia) ; the Hon. T. Mackenzie (High Commissioner for New Zea land), and the various AgentsI General for Australia. The pall-bearers included the Duke of Argyll, the Marquess of Lansdowne, the Earl of Aberdeen, and sMr Lewis Harcourt (Secretary of State for the Coonies). Queen Alexandra sent a wreath beariug the autographed inscription I"n memory of the Empire's benefac tor." The Commonwealth Govern ment sent a wreath, At the conclusion of the service at the Abbey, the procession iourneyed across London to the Highg:te ceme tery.