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MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
MINING- NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. Mtr 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: INVESTMENTS. Amalg. Zinc-b 28/9, a 29/ ARARAT'' DISTRICT. Oathcart-b 3/, a 3/6 Cathcart (paid)- a 3/6 Cathcart Central-b 34/3, a 35/, sales 34/ Cathcart Victory-b 1/6, a 21 Central Langi-b 3/4, a 3/6, sales 3/4 Great Langi-b 3/3, a 3/4, sales 3/3, 3/4 Langi N.-b 5/, a 5/2, sales 5/ Langi S.-b 16/, a 17/, sales 15/6, 16/9 Langi S. (paid)-b 17/, a 17/3 New Langi-b 32/, s 32/6, sales 32/, 3216, 32]4k BEAUFORT DISTRICT. Beaufort Deep Lead-b 2/7, a 2/9, sales 2/7 Hope--b 91 Hope Ext.-b 3/4, a 4/3 Hope N.-b 131 Hops 8.-b 3/, s 3/6 Hope Ext. W.-b 1/, a 1/3 Hope Ext. W. tpaid)-b I1, a 113 BALLARAT DISTRICT. Llanberris No. 1-b 7/, a 7/6 New Normanby-b 3/, a 4/ N. Woah Hawp--s 4/6 BERRINGA AND 8CARSDALE. Birthday Tunnel -b 4/3, a 4/6, sales 4/1 Golden Reefe--b 1/10, a 2/3...
MURDER CHARGES. SEQUEL TO TRAGIC FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
MURDER CHARGES.' SEQUEL TO TRAGIC FIRE. As a sequel to the tragic fire at the Salvation Army Rescue Home at Taringa, Queensland, Jane Nigh tingale, aged 26 years, laundress, appeared in the Brisbane police court on Wednesday, charged with having murdered Connie Denzer, Emily Holborn, and Christain Marzel, at the same place. Constable Wilson, stationed at Indooroopilly, gave evidence of the arrest of accused. He stated that at half-past five o'clock on the morning of January 27, he saw accused in High-street, and had a conversation with her. She told him something. Accused.--You are a liar. I never told you anything at all. Witness, continuing, said that he took accused to the Morgue. Sub-inspector Harland said that he showed accused a body, and said, "This is said to be the body of ConnieDenzer." He then arrested Nightingale. As he did so she ex claimed, "I did not murder her. They cannot hold me responsible for her death. I slid down the rail." Witness then conveyed her to the watc...
SPORTING NEWS. CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. HOLIDAY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
SPORTING NEWS. CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. HOLIDAY MATCHES. At a meeting of the District Asso ciation on Wednesday evening the secretary, Mr J. S. Stevens, reported on the arrangements he was making to bring teams to Maryborough over the Easter holidays. He had en sured visits from Richmond, Fitzroy, and Birchip elevens-to play against the District Association, Dunolly and Bet Bet Association, Talbot if practicable, and the Wednesday Association. This would fill in the Friday, Saturday and Monday, and thus introduce a good number of cricketers to the town for four days. The arrangements were approved. It was also intimated that associa tion matches were to be played next month against Castlemaine, and with the latter association against Melbourne teams. The selectors were directed to choose teams for these matches, and left free to choose, or reject, as they thought fit, the Railways players who went " on strike" recently. There was some talk over a scheme of district cricket Mr ...
WHITE GIRL AND CHINESE. JEALOUSY ENDS IN TROUBLE. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
WHITE GIRL AND CHINESE. JEALOUSY ENDS IN TROUBLE. MELBOURNE, THoUsDAY. The entry of a young white girl into the dens of Chinese in the Eastern quarters of Melbourne ap pears to have caused a good deal of jealousy and almost ended in a duel. For some time past the police have been inquiring into certain state ments regarding visits by white girls to Chinese homes, and as a result May Turnbull, a rather pretty girl of 18 years, was arrested yesterday morning on a charge of vagrancy. To-day she was brought before the City Court, when evidence was given that she had not done any work for the past six months. She was always frequenting the Chinese quarters. She had, it was alleged, been the cause of some trouble amongst several Chinese, who got revolvers and daggers and were going to fight over her, but the trouble did not exceed an exciting and vehement argument typical of the Asiatics. Turnbuil was dis charged on condition that she would stay in a Salvation Army home for six months.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
ROTECT YOUR SIGHT.--Present A training means future suffering. .Ahti~matism. Headaches, and. Poor Vijion cured by wearing Glasses from WILKe8 & SQ'. 8ibt teated dailye WHOOPING COUGH., " My little boy had whooping cough vary badly," says Mrs. A. Henders6n, The People's Store, 47 Elgen Rd., Mornings too, N.Z. "I tried several cough medicines without any of them doing him any good, then I tried Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and he got immediate relief. Since than I have always kept a bottle of :thie wonderfal mediping by me and riecoimmend it to everyone." For sale by-B. Earl and Co., J. Thornhill and Co., J. Gracse, Howlett and Black. SOceolo" ashampoo, by i. ~peady, hair .dre5ir, and all etoreksepe~?e, NOAH DAVEY, TOCK AND SHAREBROKER, MIINING AGENT, HIGH-STREET, MARYBOROUGH AN OLD NunRs Fon CeIInH.-- " Mr Winslow's 8oothing Syrup" for Children Teething. Should always he used for Children while Teething. It soothes the child, softens the gume, allays all pain, cures Wind Colic,...
WATERSIDE TROUBLE. CONFERENCE ADJOURNED. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
WATERSIDE TROUBLE. CONFERENCE ADJOURNED. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. A conference of representatives of Waterside Workers' Federation and the v~arious shipowners was held this morning. The chair was occu pied by Mr Northcote, president of the Commonwealth Steamship Owners' Federation. After the con ference the following statement was made: "The Chairman asked Mr Hughes, the President of the Waterside Workers' Federation, to indicate what the modified demands of the men were. Mir Hughes replied that as the log had been drawn up at a conference they were not authorised to alter their demands, and sug g3sted that the shipowners, having declined to agree to the log as sub mitted, might put forward a sugges tion as a basis for discussion. "The Chairman expressed surprise at this suggestion, and after some discussion Mir Hughes proposed an adjournment in order that he might confer with his colleagues. " When the conference re-as sembled Mr Hughes stated that he had been empowered to submit an am...
ROBBERY AT A MINE. £80 WORTH OF SLIMES STOLEN [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
ROBBERY AT A MINE. £80 WORTH OF SLIMES STOLEN Early on Wednesday morning thieves visited the Excelsior mine, owned by Messrs Wilson and Shiell, at Homebush Lower, and stole slimes to the value of £80. This is the second time the mine has been robbed, slimes to the same value having disappeared last year. The circumstances of the cases are much the same. When the shifts changed at midnight there was no suspicion of anything being wrong, and it was not until the manager visited the mine at 7 o'clock on Wednesday morning that he found the cyanide building, which is situated 150 yards from the battery, broken open, and the slimes stolen. The footprints of two men were traced in the sand to a spot where they had mounted bicycles, and the tracks of the ma chines were followed 14 miles on the road towards Maryborough. The mine officials then placed the matter in the hands of the police, who are now investigating. It is considered probable that the robbers were well acquainted with the mine...
CARISBROOK GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
CARISBROOK GUN CLUB. The annual meeting of the Caris brook Gun Club took place at the Railway hotel on hMonday last. President Stewart occupied the chair. The secretary presented the balance sheet, showing a credit balance of £25 is Id, which was received. In moving the adoption of the balance sheet, the president remarked that the club had had a very prosperous year. They had added a lot to the ground by erecting a sparrow house. an automatic puller, and otherwise improved the grounds, still they had a very nice credit balance. The election of officers for the next 12 months resulted as follows:-Presi dent, Mr R. Kellam ; vice-presidents, Messrs A. G. Stewart, H. Hinks, and F. Davis; secretary, Mr A. E. How lett; treasurer, Mir R. Kellam; han dicapper, Mr A. J. Stephens. 'The next shoot will take place on Wed nesday, February 4.
BET BET GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
BET BET GUN CLUB. Members of the above club shot for a club trophy and sweeps on Saturday last. The shooting was exceptionally good, the birds being not too strong, presumably from the excessive heat. Dick Wright, of Majorca, carried off the trophy with 39 kills, using his second barrel once. James Hawke, of Carisbrook, was runner-up, with 38 kills, using three second barrels. The second barrel was used only 24 times for 382 birds. The successful sweep winners were Wright, Moore, Richards and Pearce. Next shoot, 28th February.
RAILWAY FATALITY. FIREMAN CRUSHED. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
RAILWAY FATALITY. FIREfMAN CRUSHED. MELBOURNE, THURnSDY. Thomas Gannon, a fireman, be longing to the White Star liner Geramic, now lying at the Port Melbourne pier, sustained bhocking abdominal injuries at the Port Mel bourne railway station shortly after midnight last night through falling between the platform and the foot board of the carriage. Gannon jumped from the train before it had stopped. He was taken to the Mel bourne .Hospital, where he died earlythis morning. He was a single man, aged 30 years.
EX-BENDIGO SOLICITOR. ARREST OF LEYPOLDT. CHARGED WITH LARCENY. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
EX-BENDIG(O SOLICITOR. ARREST OF LEYPOLDT. CHARGED WITH LARCENY. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. The Criminal Investigation branch this morning received a telegram from Detective Currie, of Bendigo, who is at present in Sydney, stating that he has arrested Jules Fritz Leypoldt, a former Bendigo solicitor, at Edwards Beach, on a charge of the larceny as a bailee of £300, the property of G;eorge Cooper. licensed victualler, at Bendigo, on December 16, 1912,
AMUSEMENTS. COLISEUM PICTURE GARDENS. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
AMUSEMENTS. --&lt;--- COLISEUM PICTURE GARDENS. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. The star picture at the Coliseum Picture Gardens to-night is adapted from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famous detective series, "Sherlock Holmes." This is the first film of a series that the renowned Eclair film-producing company has taken in hand, and its production has been supervised by the author him self, which is a guarantee that it will be produced with the greatest care. This series of detective stories is costing the Eclair Company £15,000 to produce, and nothing is wanting as far as artists to carry out the principal parts are con aerned. The plot, which is laid down in India, tells how a rich widow dies and leaves a fortune to her two daughters, with a provision that on the day of their marriage they should receive their share of the money. Their guardian, an un scrupulous person, forms a compact with "the speckled band" to get rid of his wards so as to be able to have the money. On the eve of the m...
DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL. EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL. EXAMINATION RESULTS. The following is a list of success ful pupils from the Maryborough District High School at the recent Senior and Junior Public examina tion : SENIOR PUBLIC. Essie M'Kinnon-English, history, geometry, algebra, French. Frank Colline--History, geography, geometry (2 subjects to complete). JUNIOR PUBLIC. (D denotes " Distinction.") Sophie Brahn--English D, arithmetic, algebra, geometry, drawing, French. Daisy Field-Engliesh, arithmetic D, alkebra, geometry, botany, drawing, French. Jane Hart-English, arithmetic, al gebra D, geometry, history, French D. Florence Hevey-English, arithmetic D, algebra, geometry, history, French. George Mills-English, arithmetic D, algebra, geometry, history, drawing, French, The following passed in four or more subjects and are qualified to present at the supplementary ex amination next month: Harold Baker-Arithmetic D, algebra, geometry D, geography, history. Pollie Bilton-English D, arithmetic D, history, drawing...
VICTORIA WINS. BOUNDARY DISPUTE CASE. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
VICTifORIA WINS,. BOUNDARY DISPUTE CASE. LONDON, WED?ESDAY. The'. boundary.. dispute case, in which-'the parties :were South Aus tralia and Victoria, reached finality before the Privy Council to-day when the appeal of South Australia against the decision of the High Court of Australia was dismissed. Mr Paul Ogdon Lawrence, K.C., and Mr E. E. Cleland (of South Australia), appeared for the ap pellants, and Sir Robert Finlay, K.C., and Mr Edward Mitchell, K.C. (of Melbourne), appeared for the re spondents. Their Lordships held that there could be no doubt that the two execu tives contemplated fixing Wade's line as the boundary line, and that in point, of law the line was so fixed. They also found that both executives intended to fix. the boundary finally when they acoepted this :line. Their Lordships gave the instanne of the Lieutenant-Governor of South Australia proclaiming it as the boundary in 1847. This line was fixed as near the theoretical line. as the scientific appliances of th...
AMERICA'S QUARRELS. JAPAN'S OPPORTUNITY. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
gravest stag? in the roh. e '. ,;- :. In A of the seritb H viicore berqtween the Uned t ,, O Jual tol?sC ueatioc and fT e . - ipuot of Aerica rwith 'l the o antoi-a ai mov '.u :e 'l ti h: i fornia, with Coluab'i over i. Secession of Panal and w Ruasia son ith J0i, h tquestion, : Anmeic.n p o out tht United StaS United t' iing park at splendid olation just Britain formerly did, The tenatoq beloaging tŽ (Le SIU(Theb 6sen&a; torsb~eampa to. the Foreign Relations:. Committee, who are at -present :conferring with the President, _a.dmit thatli if Japan is likely at any time ti? go: to warf *ith the United :States. over the Califor. niaa trouble she :ill most probably do so when:i ithe ,.United:: States is seriously embroifled with: Mexico, and is?also at:?loggerheads with the rest of the ivilisied world. ::
LORD NELSON CO. MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS. MINE TO BE CLOSED DOWN. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
"LORD NELSON CO. MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS. MINE TO BE CLOSED DOWN. MELBOURNE3 TaBuinoDn, The :shareholders in the Lord Nelson G.bM. Co., St. Arnaudi, have decided, by a 4arge8 majority of shareholders,- to close down the mine so far as further development worIk is? concerned. The payable ore bodies will be exploited, slimes and tailings soiibd, and the plant disposed of as rapidy: as possible, and -fromi thee sources it is expected that 2s 6d ::per: share will be'realised for thie shareholders . A- number of St:: Arnaid shareholders: :advocated letting :the mine; on tribute and in dicated their itintention of formulat ilg a:definite poiposal to that effect. The mine has produced gold valued at nearly 1i millions starling and has paid?a265,000 in dividends on its calleduiplcapital of £38,700.
FEDERAL AFFAIRS. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
FEDERAL AFFAIRS, MELBOURNE ?? TURsAY. The Prime Minister, with Messrs Glynn, Wynne, Olemons, and Irvine, attended a meeting of the Executive Council at Government House this morning. Parliament was further prorogued from February 4 until March 18, prior to which it would be further prorouged, probably to the day of meeting, which, according to the Prime Minister, has not yet been fixed, but which from other indications; will probably be about the-end- of April or the beginning of of M;ay. Formal approval was also given to the temporary appoinitment of Captain Gordon Smith, formerly commander of .the Encounter, as second member of the Naval Board. The Minister of External Affairs to-day received a deputation asking for' a subsidy toa asyndicate of pros pectore who propose, to start from Camorwealiin Queensland, near the boundary: of the Northern Territory, and :to .prospect- south-westwards abouti 250 miles forgol!d and other minerals. The Minister :replied that apparentlythat countr...
RAILWAY LOAN BILL. MARYBOROUGH STATION. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914
RAILWAY LOAN BILL. MARYBOROUGH STATION. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. Speaking to-day in the Legislative Assembly on the Railway Loan Bill, Mr A. R. Outtrim urged the effecting of improvements ,t the Xlaryborough station, including adequate platform accommodation. Mr Mickey : Will this involve re building the Maryborough station ? (Laughter.) Mfr Outtrim said he could not help smiling at the jealousy on account of the 3Maryborough station. There had been accidents there before the station was built. Mr J. \W. Pennington (Kara Kara) supported the request for improved station accommodation at Mary borough. Mr Langdon advocated an island platform. The Minister made no statement, and the bill was passed.