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UTOPIA IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 30 January 1914

UTOPIA IN VICTORIA. :Elmore claims to be the most law abiding town in Victoria, Its crime record vfor last year -includes only one serious :-offence-firing a hay stack-an- d that was eommitted by a non-resident: : In ?mnore the pulpit can cla?m to hjave a powerful'grip on people ?-:The churches are large and handsome, and iservices are well attended. Cricket- teams in the competition ;are recruited solely from the :foar cbhurches, -and bear their names.z [Three :ministers are active playing mimembers1 . and the fourth interested ii: :the game as a spectator ad??I~:Biiiiiaguage is said to be rarely heaird iin. the streets, and hospitality and harnimonious relations are the strikigd ::ieatures of the private and bineinss li~fi;. Our GREAT 8AAEVGE B-AL.E is held Sover, when dhe :btice will be 'givesn. Full Cream Se. Butter, .9d per lb. : Best lPBacon, 6.dPer lb.: Presererved Toiiat.os6d tin,". Preserved Pin&Appe , i34d ; Preserved- Apricite,:7ad b : M.ildura Raisine; 4%d .Ib. E...

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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THE DEPORTED MEN. DURBAN, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

THE :DEPORTED MEN. '.DURBAN, FairnY. It has been elicited that before the ten men ordered to be deported sailed in the Umgeni, a lawyer pro. vided by the Governmeit attended upon them to arrange any buisiness matters in which they might:require iegza assistance. CAPETOWN, FRiDY. The steamer Umgeni; has passed Cape Agulhas the most southerly point of Cape Coloniy. :

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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STRIKE LEADERS RELEASED. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

STRIKR LEADERS RELEASED. Four mlmbers: of ::::the Pretoria strike committee3 who were arrested on January :15; havie been; released, while five strike leadersi who were arrested recently at tlroonbistad: have also been set free.

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REUTER'S CABLES. SOUTH AFRICAN CRISIS. PARLIAMENT OPENED. LORD GLADSTONE'S SPEECH. SAFETY OF UNION. MARTIAL LAW IMPERATIVE. LABOR MEMBERS ABSENT. CAPETOWN, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

RIS'UTER'S C BLES. S3OU'VH AFIE I CXŽN CfISIS. PARLIAMEY OPENED. LORD GLADSTONEIS SPEECH. S ~FETY OF UNION. wMETIZ ,L LAW IMPERATIVE. LABOR{ MEMBERS ABSENT,.;:: CAPETOWN, FRIDAY,. In ?t? libt of recent events great public interest was manifested in the opening of the Union Parliament toi-day, nrid the speech of the SGovernor-General (Lord Gladstone) and the succeeding debate in the Hou?e were awaited eagerly. -The Labor membersa were absent :from tie Cbhcmber, en bloc,- during the sp~ech of the Governor-General.. The sueeoh indicated that the ore'ent session of Parliament would e s short one, as owing to .the state of public feeling, only pressing legis lation would be taken -in hand. His Excellency referred to the great industrial unrest through- which South Abfrica had passed, and to the extension of the strike to all sections 01 industrial workers, which had con vinced his Ministers that the safety and well-being otf .the Union made maR ial1 law imperative. The rapidity of the mo...

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HAVELOCK MATCH. WIN FOR MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

hiAVLUUK \iAIH. WIN FOR \:.,lRYBOROUGH. I. the irst do Eay on the Have.ock grouid 'r 'borough had knocked ui 224 fo- r th- lo0z of 7 wickel . Uni S;?aturday they closed at this, and the Lhome team wtnt to the wickets. Disastr bfel them e-arly, for Davey secu ed the chief Ja1, 'ar-Ln, .ih his -::t bail; and St0v, bowled A ,. Chivers for t., - di 1'. B-.,.a , fo·:ir a " duck." I'en'y fu-i..;v' i with a ubetter stand, brt none o- the otersi could do any-. thig in - gion too bowuiug of Stevens al IDavey.: and the wvhole side was out for the poor tiotal of 62. The bow!ing figures gave Stevens 6 for 20, ui ind D-vey 4 for 31. Scores: I AitYBUROUGH. irst , uuings. - -abe- i, run out ...9.. ... 9 ' Amlster, c A. F. Chvers, b A. O i - . 10 ..vn bWls... .. .. 4 lrautou, c and b A. OC. Chivers.;-... 6.i Yodi..te n, c bWorgan, b W.Hawke 1i ! .E. 6. Herring, lbw, b W.? awks 5 Davey, C sub., b A;: . O.GOtbivers :..; 10 .Ewens, not out 1... . .. Sundries ... 11 Seven wickets for (Innings declare'I...

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CONVENT HIGH SCHOOL. EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

CO~Y-NEN I HIGli- SCHOOL. EXAMINATION RESULZT S The past year has contributed to the successes g-ined by our local convent At the recent junior pub lic examnination the two pupiis who presented themselves were suces's iul, securing seven distinctions. Commercial work is a!so receiving thorough attention. At the examino tions held in connection with Scott and Hoare's Business C~lle?,e ,?,e following pupils were successful : Type-writiug.-- Senior ~rade - Misses Aileen Black, Mary Tonkin, Mary Morris. junior gade-- .i,?, Dora Hauly, Eileen Mi'Grath. Shorthandu.--M s 3Margaret Norris. Bookkeeping.-Intermediate grade -Misses Mary Ton?in. Mav do rris, Margaret Normris. Advanced-grade Mlisses Margaret Norris, Mary Morris. T'he high charactor of the musical training given by the nuns is shown by the success of their pupils at -hl examinations held in connection with the Mielbourne UniversiL y iu October. These results were as 101. low : Grade III.-~Misses May Bt-,k burne and Aieen Black. G...

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COMBINED MATCH. A NEW TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

CO\BINED IMATCH. A NWT TROUBLE. eits S-turdai\ u there is to be no Di.t.iet Associ'ation cricket in Mary :i:or>ugh, a conueir d team being due tl ~ .i; .at_,e. b.,me curiosity has iu?~eu Ou:aniii i Ovf the question as -et the -liiiay players who 1ii 20e L-e\ i tOr iiiif tlrg u aid io.sly r=f,.d to t-ake the field . with 5[. iDave-,, of --ary0:.rough, be cauetii o[ his ads. ci:?:ion with the :au iort, mines as di'ec:or wouLid (if c e:, m aint-...i- this a-titude. But pj eny th i. fallen in with thi nie. of iil:fr i ogan (of the v i::i Cli , and decided to Ilt ii rop * . i.l avi c ohadi their prot-?t. Fol-,io g on ".is, however, a fre.• d evi,, om u has created ano.:h?:r form o. " t:i-e." At the meetic Li \,le. ae cn \edtesday -ve,..g -om, ra'a-r warm woids were excha-n.ed bv bleasts D-aivey I il and Keeran,, and ti,., latter (who is: both o, ddc ue .tn: cick?..keeper) has in .. .. i t i h. can oO pit 2 w(- Darer til they O .vi " bure ti ,e :iteI . uni a iiL? I?'so? ,:uter of thi k...

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AUCTION NOTICES. MR. J. P. KENNEDY'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

kUCIIO'~ NViL)CKS, fdun NI La~ h-..31: L~~~ree - Sr3leitni :ok c~mr'in~ general -,ii F:`, .jY F.'~ inlni ev ~rnuo

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

THE index of advance and the evi deace of productive progress rest not only in the tillage of the soil, but in its cultivation to the limit of productive output, And that as sumea many things. We get the people out on to the land under the most stable economic conditions; and, if we are wise, we put at their disposal the very best methods of agriculture that science and human ingenuity can devise. If such a scheme is to succeed, there is the further and still more important re quisite-closer settlement and in tense cultivation. The very op posite of this is, of course, the con stant aggregation of lands in a single owner who neither puts it under cultivation nor suffers others Eo to do. A well ordered community nowadays makes abshort shrift of such a one. He is not only the enemy of progres, but h? becomns a menace to the State; and he justifies i the most extreme advocacy of the confiscatory socialists. He receives no sympathy or support except from "the landed gentry" of the Upper...

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A SWAMP SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

A SWAP S iL. Some o-wners if ~iwamp soil are puzz led iy their unpr~ioucure character when hi'st cuitlatcd. 1The" reasan that soils have been made out of eetat;·ie . and, the.efure, shou!d be able to pioduco pl.an.ts luxuriantly. The inun 'u genra1rl is shat a raw s~wamp soil is in an inert condition. The air has been excluded, and acids bave ftrn'xmed, and bac:eria are not at work. When the water has been drawn off. the exposur:e of the soil to frost after autumn plhughling and a summer of thorough illa:ge does much to mend matters. A few tons of ,table manure per acre introduce the neede dbact~eria. An applicatin ot limse weetens the soil. The piLro gen in the swamp b.gins to gain ar~v ailability. U .-ually, there is great deliciency in potasih, and heavy ap piciations pay. Phosphoric acid also is nucded. The first year should be given to some bustli:g plant bke maize that can iichlp its if to raw and coarse food, and the tilisce paves the wayi for a morne proitabl!e trucking :op ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

DEATHS. CoaswNILL.-On the 31st inst., at his resi dence, Craigie. Edward, the beloved husband of Margaret Cornwill. Aged 63 years. The funeral is appointed to leave at 2 p.m THIS DAY (Monday), for the Majorca Cemetery. T. CASEY & SON, Undertakers. lMADDEr.-At his son's residence, Middle Brighton, on February let, Charles Madder, late of Maryborough. MONDAY, FEB. 2, 1914.

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COOKED OR UNCOOKED FOOD FOR PIGS. WHICH IS BEST? [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

COOKED OR UNCOOKED FOOD FOR PIGS. WHICH IS BEST ? Tii economic value of cooking food ifr pigs is frequently discussed,; and lupon the point divergent views ex ipressed. An interesting experiment [ upon tho subject has been conducted by one of the agricultural high schools in \Vaima, end the results there obtain ed go to indicate Ithat there is a slight profit in favour of cooking food. bhi: pigs were used in the experiment. 'be ing of the large Yorkshire and Ilerk .hire cross. They were fifteen weeks old a;. tho beginning. The ration given to lot one i: s 31 lb boiled potatoes, I2} ib barley meal; al d to lot. two the same quantities, only the potatoes ->ere raw. The potatoes were boiled in sufficient quantity to last a week, and *were supplied cold, whereas the potatoes in the case of the second re lion were pulped aftoer being thorcugh iy vwa.hed. The potatoes and meal Swere mixed with water and then sup. piied to the pigs. The total gain .n tho case of the lot which had the bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

LUCAS'S • -: , 2 .. :BIGSAL E TO-DAY. A oney:Saving Opportunity F0R THR[FTY PEOPLF. UR every effort since Christmas has .. .bee'.ent in. ......... preparatinsfor mak-Z ing this Sale the most tock-reducing event in our history. Every line throughout our huge stock of a seasonable character we have ruth lessly price-prned·, 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 HOUsEHOLD LINENS, NotwithstandiUin late cabled advances of prices in the home markets, will be sub stantially reduced, and bearing in mind the fact that our goods came direct to us from the loomse and are bought for prompt cash, no city house with their big expenses can'afford to serve' you as cheaply·as we can and will. -<A SE2R OUfl BIG PRICE-LIST. If one has not beei delier'd ~ t your door, a word and we will mail you one. OUR AD'VICE IS- sHoP. 0? gH~ fIORNITG1S, SAfternoons will be Crowded. iEO. JUCAS &amp...

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WRITERS AND WRITINGS. LITERARY NOTES AND VERSES. FICTION FALLACIES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

WRITERS AND WRITINGS. LITERARY NOTES AND VERSES. FICTION FALL~AC1ES. Dr. Edmund Gosse, the well known critical writer, has been wax ing wrathful at the substitution of "fiction" for "literature." " Have you noticed," he recently asked, "that when people talk of literature and books now they usually mean novels ? I think it is quite deplor able; and I smile when I see our young novelists taking themselves so seriously. After all, they are only out to entertain, and there is much less intellectual effort involved in writing a story of the third order than in any. other work of letters. The vanity of these novelists is, to me, extraordinary. The freedom of expression open to men of letters has been enormously increased, and the economic rondition of author ship has improved greatly. There are so many papers, so many maga zines in which an author may write now and earn a living. Not a big income, but still a reasonable living; if he is tolerably clever and works hard." " And that wasn't...

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CARISBROOK TELEPHONE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

EmQtiOK U:LE~PhtQ~iE ,ru e. ·. i'.. " i ncin a Lodge' I iF:red~ , Daie, newsw agentl~ , .;'

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THE HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

THE HOLIDAY. An idle holiday ! How sleepy all things seemed! There was no wind at play, And while the foreland dreamed A languid, leisu.red aee Crawled shoreward sluggichiy. In golden indolence Mtood tree and bush and flower; A!l-stiil and all-intense, The scn burned hour by hour; A sea-hawk poised on high Seemed fixed against the sky. Mien's thoughts on lazy feet A tired procession crept; Thronugh mart and city street Felt-footed silence stept; O'er all there hioh. a sezca Of life held in ensuspense. Through noon and afternoon There rose no trill of bird; On harbor and lagoon No leaping mui!let s:irred The waters, solt as oil, \VWith esdden, white turmoil. To. tired of ourpeying In Soine ?ntu: coastal quest, R ed e beneath his wing., The black s.van lay at rest; Aoaiu and yet again The fatr-tlight called in vain. On green and velvet moss Awake, yet not awake, Iris skin a atin gloss, Coil, circling coil, the enake Amid tall flowers and trees, Lay basking at his ease. I thought, "All...

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MARYBOROUGH TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

MARYBOROUGR TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. --4---- LIST OF SUBSOCRIBERS. Name. No. "' Advertiser" Oftice .. ... 11 Albion Hotel .. . ... 29 Bahk of Victoria . ... ... 53 SBennell, O. B. (senior'lineman)... 63 -'Bennett,John ... .... ... 44 SBrewery (and private residence) 12 Brownbill, G. M.-. . .. 49 Barge, H. .... ... .. . 50 Bull and Mouth hotel ...... 2 Cleary, J. N.....; ...... ... 8 Colman-and Lardner . .. 39 :Commercial Hotel ... .. ..... 67 . SCourtHouse.' -- ....... . . 45 SCox,..J B-.... .. ....- ... 21 Cran?eri, E.... ...... ..22 Crooks, J. B .. .." ... 70 Davey, Noah; .. ... .. 62 Davies, I . . ..... . 57 SDeane, Dr. E. W. ... ..... 23 Douglass and Son (F. Fisher) .. 17 SEdwards and Co..,. .. ... 11 .Fire iBriRgad , .. ... ... 31 Flour Mills and Mr Land's pri vate residence .. .. .. 47 Garde, Dr G. E. ... .... .., .26 Gas Company . ... ... :.. 61 Green, W......... .. .. 73 Grig, H., and Co.. ... ... . 37 Harris,I. ........ ... .~. 8 SHerring, ?·E. . ,. . ... 41 -Howlett and Black "...

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THE WEST WIND. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

THE WVEST WIND. It's a warm wind, the west wind, full of bird's cries, I never hear the west wind but tears are in my eyes. For it comes from the west lands, the old brown hille, And April's in the west wind and daffo dils. It's a fine land, the west land, ior hearts as tired as mine; Apple orchards blossom there, and the air's like wine. There is cool green grass there, where men may lie and rest; And the thrushes are in song there, fluting from the nest, "Will ye not come home, brother? Ye have been long away, It's April, and blossom time, and white is the may; And bri:ht is the sun, brother, and warm is the rainl Will ye not come home; brother, hcme to us again ? " The young corn is green, brother, where the rabbits run. It's blue sky and white clouds, and warm rain and sun. It's song to a man's soul, brother, fire to a mann' brain, Tc hear the wildl bees and see the merry spring again. " Larks are singing in the west, brother, above the green wheat, So will ye not come home brot...

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COMMERCIAL. WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS. BALLARAT, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

COMMERCIXL' WROLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS. BALLARAT, Saturday. Messrs.Brophy, Foley and Co. report: Deliveriei- improved during the week, and. there was a little better feelinog generally in the markets. The demand was fairly brisk and prices were firm: :'at quotations: - Wheat, 3/5 to 3/6 for milling. Flour, £S/10/. Bran, £4/10]. Pollard, £4/15/. Malt int barley 3/ to 313 for prime Eng lish, and 1/10Oto 2/ for Cape. Oats are firm at 127 to l/8 for best algerian feed. Chaffing sheaves are in fair demand at 35/ to 37/6 for good to best quality; manger sheaves, £2 to £2E2/6. Straw, 30/ to 32/6. Potatoes, £3/10/ to £4. - .4MELBOUBNE, Saturday. Wheat.- The market has been firm, though with some little unevenness in quotations. Parcels are quoted in town at 3t64 to 3/7, witfh only limited supn plies offering. Direct country purchases are being made on the basis of 3/6 to 3/6t. Small lots in town have been sold at 3/6 ex store. The London market is quiet. Flour.-The association price for loca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914

INGRA 'S TOMATO SAUCE Whe, n you use Igam's Satwe theor 'a nothing waMted, Ingram's makos the plaineat food too good to i Ow . ;- JAS. MiNAIFIE & CO . MARYBOROUGH FLOUR MILLS. 'PHONE 47. A. LAND, Manager. FLOUR, MEAL, BRAN, POLLARD, and WHEAT, AT CURRENT RATES. Notice to District Consumers. + O-ir Bran and Pollard is Branded distinctly with our name (MINIFIE.) - :; :Ask for that Brand only and SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. SDISTRICT F?RMERS PLEASE NOTE rTTA mT IN ANY QUATTITIES, BOUGHT UP TO 10,000 BAGS. W- . .-, MHIGHEST MARKET PRICE. CASH ON DELIVERY. For Wheat Delivered to the Mill -d, per bus above Melbourne S- .. . .. . . . e q.ui v a lna t g i v e n . SOROSES SKIN FOOD. V ERY woman who wishes to appear *J :beautiful shonld uee " SOR(SES' for the akin, it being unsurpaseed in preserving the complexion. SOROSES SKIN FOOD is FRESIEN ING, SOFTENING. CLEANSING, and BEAUTIFYING. inakes all blexoishes euch as PIMPLES, FRECKLES, WRINKLES, SUNBURN, and SAL LOWNESS disa:ppear like mag...

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