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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
WE have a robust faith in Liberal democracy. It is the spirit and the motive of ordered progress. It pos tulates that every adult citizen in a free community, exercising the in telligence with which he is endowed, shall have- ra dseejgif V jn? hapin g ethe?°g-!fal wel are arid in fashioning the destiny of the com munity of wlicL ,he is a membr, It says that the majority of citizens, [ exercising their judgment at the polls, shall indicate the direction which progress shall take at any given time-with due and full re spect to the rights and needs of the minority that does not see eye to eye with the majority. The ideal is the well-being of the whole people. " Decision by majorities," Gladstone declared 30 years ago, "is as much " an expedient as lighting by gas. "In adopting it as a rule, we are " not realising perfection, but bowing "to an imperfection. It has the "great merit of avoiding, and that " by a test sufficiently definite, the "'last resort to violence; and of "making forc...
INTERSTATE CRICKET. N.S.W. V. VICTORIA. VICTORIANS OUTCLASSED. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
INTERSTATE CRICKET. N.S.W. V. VICTORIA. VICTORIANS OUTCLASSED. SYDNEY, T?iiDAY. A heavy :dust;istorm, . accompa.inied by a few idrops of rain, delayed:' the resumption' of: the Sheffield Shield match on:the Sydney cricket ground to-day. Scores; .- NEW SOUTH WALES. First Innings..- ... ..8 675 VICTORIA. First Innings ;.. ... , .332 Second Innings. Carkeek, c Mailey, b Folkard ... 8 Ryder, c and b Kelleway.. .. 30 Park; c Mailey, b Massie... ... 47 Baring, c and b Massie ... ... 71 Sewart, b Macartney .. ... 1 Armstrong, c Folkard,'b Mailey 31 Carroll, c Kelleway,.b .Massie ... 35 Kiernan, b Mailey ... ... ... 5 Matthews, not out ... ... ... 22 Sundries ... ... ... 19 Eight wickets for ... .. 269
AUCTION NOTICES. MR JAS. LEWTAS'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
AUCTION NOTICES. MR JAS. LEWITAS'S SALES. To-DAY (WEDNESDAY), at 2.30 p.m., on the premises, Paluierston-street. on ac conut of Mr J. M'Cay.-H-lousehold fur niture and effects; also 10 building allot ments, on one or which is erected the -rammar school, MR. J. P. KENNEDY'S SALES. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NEArT, JANUARY 29 and 30, at 2 p.m., at the Victoria Coffee Palace, Nolan-street, Maryborou-h, on account of Mrs T. Cole, whose lease has expired-Ure eserva l sale of furniture and effects of 20 rooms; also Wertheim sewing machine, almost new.
ENGLISH CRICKETERS. SOUTH AFRICAN TOUR. THE UNPLAYABLE BARNES. CAPETOWN, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
ENGLISH CRICKETERS. SOUTH AFRICAN TOUR. THE UNPLAYABLE BARNES. CAPETOWN, MONDAY. The English cricketers continue to make a triumphail progress through South Africa. They gained one of the easiest of many easy victories at the expense of the Orange Free State in a match com menced on Saturday and concluded to-day. Bird, who has been out of luck lately, had a change of fortune, and rattled up 20U in his usual aggres sive style. Hearne maintained his recent excellent form by scoring 108. When the score had reached 565 for 8 wickets, the innings was declared closed. The locals could do nothing when their turn with the bat came. Barnes, who is bowling remarkably well, took 7 wickets for 41, and the side was out for 117. Following on, the Free Staters found Douglas also in form with the ball, and the second innings only yielded 74. Barnes took 6 for 38, making 13 for 79 in the match. Douglas captured 4 for 34 in the second innings. The Englishmen won by an innings and 374 runs.
MELBOURNE NEWS. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
MELBOURNE NEWS. TuvsDAY. The .death is announced of John Cleeland at the age of 87. De ceased was well-known in Melbourne in'? the: sixties and seventies as licensee of the Albion hotel in Bourke-street, a resort of mining men and farmers, and as the start ing point: of various coach lines when railways were scarce. He also went in for racing, and owned Wol lomai, which won the Melbourne .up: in 1875, defeating amongst others such cracks as Richmond and Goldeborough. Mr Cleeland, who was a :colonist-of 73 years, had been living -: quietly in retirement at Phillip Island for a-number of years, and was rarely seen in the metro polis. The .Prime Minister, MLr Cook, when asked- to-day if he had any further comment to make respecting the resignation of the Governor .General, said, " No." He was very sorry for the resignation and for the cause of it. As regarded Lord Den man's successor, he had not received any hiot, although he had known of :the resignation for the last fortnight. From o...
HOLIDAY MATCHES. MARYBOROUGH'S GOOD SHOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
HOLIDAY MATCHES. MARYBOROUGH'S GOOD SHOWING. With a team hastily got together (but which included representatives of both Havelock and Talbot clubs), Maryborough did not expect to make as good a showing against the Bal larat first eleven as they might have with a more representative team. However, they did very well, the match resulting in a draw that was practically a win for the home team. It had been intended to start at 11 o'olock, but the wicket was damp, and play did not commence till the afternoon. Then matting was used, the Havelock club kindly lending their material, while the Wednesday Association used that of Mary borough. Batting first, Maryborough started with M'Allister and Stevens. The latter opened promisingly, but soon spooned Watson up to mid-wicket and was caught. 1 'Allister began slowly, but when he warmed up hit almost everything. No less than three sixers were included in his total of ;2, one of them a beauty that landed near the band rotunda. A quartette of c...
CRICKET. (NOTES BY ORTHOS.) DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. THE RAILWAY "STRIKE." [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
CRICKET. (NOTES BY ORTHos.) DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. ITHE RAILWAY "STRIKE." In these days of progressive and aggressive unionism it is not sur prising to find professional foot ballers banding together ; but one does not look for the same thing in cricket, and to find it cropping up in the manner of Maryborough's little rebellion is what may be colloquially termed "the limit." As intimated in "The Advertiser " of Monday, the "strike" arose in connection with the Maryborough Association's Foundation Day match against the Ballarat Association. Six players of the Railway club had been chosen, but W. Moore dropped out (through ill-health), and N. Davey, of Mary borough, as emergency bowler, took his place. Then it was that in dustrial unrest came into cricket, the Railway players decliining to take the field with Davey because he is a director of the Beaufort mines. Those unacquainted with the intri cate workings of the Railway Club may wonder how it is that these staunch patriots ever rec...
SPORTING NEWS. BOWLS. MARYBOROUGH V. MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
SPORTING NEWS. BO W LS. MARYBOROUGH V. MALDON. A match between the above clubs was played on the local green on Monday, and resulted in a win for Maryborough by 23 points. Scores: Maryborough.-SS. 1. Jose, Nicholas, Holzigal, Powell .. 26 2. Kent, Jamieson, Schwennesen, Earl ......... 37 3. Burkitt, Mitchell, Bladen, Gearing 23 Maldon.--60. 1. Fitzgerald, Ray, Brown, Dabb ... 23 2. Rollason, Neillson, Allen, Martyr... 16 3, Alexander, Weir, Hodge, Uren ... 22
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 28 January 1914
BIRTH. LAIDLER. - On 26th inst., at "Roslyn," 62 Brookman-street, Kalgoorlie, W.A., to Mr and Mrs H. J. Laidler - a daughter. IN MEMORIAM. EpDD.-In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister, Elizabeth, who died January 28th, 1909. We often sit and think of her when we aore all alone, For memory is bthe only friend that grief can call ite own; Like ivy on the withered oak, when all things else decay, Our lore for her will still keep green and never fade away. -Inserted by her loving mother, E. Gracie, sisters and brothers. H?anr.--In loving memory of my dear brother, Will, who died at Carisbrook, 86th January, 1913. Sadly missed, Ah, brother dear, ýe feel this loss, We miss thy dear face so, Deep in our hearts we long for thee, More than our tears can show, And thus by faith's consoling power, Our tears of love restrain, For we who knew your suifering here, Would not wish you back again. -Inserted by his sorrowing brother and eister-in-law, Martin and Ethel .dart, Nolan-street. W...
NEW YORK WRAPT IN FOG. SHIPPING DELAYED. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
E YRAPT I N 1SHIPPI .G- D-LAYED, NEWiS YOcRK, WS'~mSEBDA'd A dense fog, which has lasted for thrsee days, has compelled seven t,?ans-ktlani t c liners to take up berths off l S [andy iook, a thsvr sre unabe ,o 'nr New Yor; hrbo. Thi' incident is u p'receden ted. Whole host of lt.?ller -cr -'t are inn Sa niar pliight, 3ever.- cot i on be.wee f'erry boa?tc hrv ¾- ccu-red in the harbor, but though Ioh pas senge.rz wee gOi'eay lamti ' ooy wans hurt,
ENGLISH BILLIARDS. GRAY GAINS SLOWLY. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
ENYGLISH BILLIARDS. GtRAY GAINS SLOWLY. LONDON, VWEDNESDAY. : The billiwrd match of 18,000 up with ivory balls between George Gray (Austrlia), and Newman (ng!s??nd, ,) s continued to-day. In the , o sessions this afternoon and evening, Gray gained 210 on his onponet. The Astralian made brea??s o~ ol and 302, both all off the red. ,ewman'si biggest break 'was 257. The scoes now stand : Newman (rceives 00 i~7351 .Gry (in pl;y), 32.
"THE POPE'S DANCE." PARIS, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
""-T ? -OPE'S DANCE." - .-PIS, WEDNESDAY. " Le Temns " states that alter ouestioning several regarding the immorality o the Tango, Bis Holi ne.s the Joue decided to judge himl se. Tno youthliu! aristocrats gave ,. demontcrtion of the dance, at the end of which the Pope.said, " WeI[, my daear children, you take amuse eatis very s.dly." His Holiness advised hem 7to Substitute the Vene tiao Furiln,. i:Ls Temps" adds, hat l:h roanO is already being pTactised in Pe.:i?, and is called " The PoUe's Da:,:Ce.")
THE HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
THE HARVEST. Harvesting is almost completed. The returns on the whole have been satisfactory. Wheat carting is in full swing. Every day witnesses quite a rush at the Avoca railway station, as much as half a dozen heavily laden waggons are to be seen waiting to be unloaded at the station. The potato crops are rather disap pointing, especially early sown, and the late crops need rain very badly.
MR HARCOURT REFUSES DEPUTATION. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
IMR HARCOURT REFUSES DEPUTATION. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. Mr Leia Hiarcourt, Secretary of State for tho Colonies, to-day de clined to receive a deputation on the aubject of the deportation of the South African Labor leaders. He based his refusal on the ground that Sthe matter wRas olely within the competence o' the Union Govern ment. HPe, however, promised to obtain lull particulars in regard to Sit from Lord Gladstone. 'Mr Brownelie, chairman of the SAmalgamated Society of Engineers, Itated to-day that all officials of the kindred society in South Africa had been nrrested, and the books and funds of the society had been cbn fieccatd, His executive was unable Sto cable funds to South Africa"for fear oi confication by the Union SGovernment. . ;: ..,