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WEDDING. GROSSMANN—WISE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
WEDDING. GROSS MANN--WISE. A very pretty wedding was cele brated at St. James's Church of England, Majorca, on Saturday, 13th December, the bridegroom being Mr Frank Grossmann, of Ararat (late of Talbot), youngest son of the late Mr Henry and Mrs Amelia Grossman, of Talbot; and the bride Miss Lydia E. Wise, eldest daughter 'of Mr George W. Wise and Catherine A. Wise, of Majorca. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a very hand-'ome frock of white silk, with silk trimmings and orange blossom, and wore the usual wreath and veil, and carried a hand some shower bouquet. She was at tended by her sister, Miss Ethel F. Wise, who wore a pretty frock of cream embroidered veil, with hand some shower bouquet and orange blossom. The best man was Mr Charles Tysoe, of Kerang (late of Majorca). The wedding ceremony was performed by the Rev. Francis J. Betts. The church was nicely decorated by the friends of the bride and members of the church, of which the bride had been organist of l...
DISORDERED LIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
S DISORDERED LIVER. S"For disorders of the liver and stomach there is-- no better rnmediicine thlan Cbamberlain's Tablets," writes M.rs. Margaret J. Watson, Emerald, Q. -I suffered with headaches caused by a dis ordered: liver. Hearing mn customers speak so highly of Chamberlain's TLblets I thought I..would try what they would do for me~- After the first few doses I noticed-an improvement, and a" er I had taken-a couple of bores found mnyself quite:relived of headaches: which have not returned. For sale by I. Eari and Co:;,. j;.'hornhill snd Co., C. Gracie, Howlett and Blsck. " Oceolo" sbampoo, by IL. Deady, hairdresser, and all etore keepers.;
TEMPERANCE NOTES. (Contributed by Temperance Council.) A BUSINESS VIEW OF THE ALCOHOL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
TEMIPERANCE NOTES. (Contributed oy Temiperance Council.) a BUSINIESS VIEW OF THE ALCOHOL QUESTION. (From the :" N.Y. Sun," Nov. lith.) (The "pocket nerve,. though not delineated in works on anatomy, appears to be most infiuentii!. Many commnercial and manufactur ing concerns have come to the con clusion that the abuse of alcohol on the part of their- employees is detri. mental to their interests, and they refuse the services of men addicted to this habit. Few companies have been courageous enoug'h to refuse employment to nen who uze alcohol moderate!y, because in this country, it least, it would appear to be an infringement on personal liberty. Accidents like t -terIble. oineon the Delaware anud Lackaanna- rail road on July Ith last c innot ,'a,,-,: on the Beh i i elevated rso::j!., d , cause every employee before goi;g to work must report to a tnrustworihy officer, who ascertains whether or nut he is under the in .uence of liquor. It were well if all railroad companies adopted t?hi...
BEALIBA ALLUVIAL. RICH WASH. BEALIBA, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
BEALIBA ALLUVIAL. RICH WVASH. BEAL.BA, Saturday. Developments of a highly en couraging nature continue to be met with at the Beaiiba Alluvial, wash worth at ieast 3 oz to the fathom being driven on. in the east driv. from the north rise. The boring ig causircg some! excilement locaily, as No. 7 bore, though rot yet bottomed, :s now down 65t , looking like as ii the contention of the manager that a decper and Itvider channel of wash exists t tthe ea;t than that now being work,-d. Nos. 4 and 5 bores having bottomed at 15ft,
HIS TREASURES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
?IS TREASURIES. ''Young nan," said the fond fathcr, I 'in giving you my daughter I havo en pruct e you with the dearest troeasure of my llre." The young man was duly impressed. Then, during theo .few moments of iu pressire silence thhat followed, he hoard the patter of ramn against tho window "Gracious mol: h exelaimed. "It's raining and I haven't, my umbrella. May I borrow youros to geti o the sta tion?" 'Young man." said tho fond pa out., "I wouldn't trutl anybody on earthl with my umbhrella."
MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
MANA~PGRS' REPORTS. ueaifort Deep Leads, Beaufort.-MainI east level--No. I rise east completed and strtcd to drive north for lead. Catheart. Ararat.--No. 3 shaft--Cross -rivin. , tr hmkroa'in,, and pane'lire on 0os. 3, 5, 6 and 7 rise writh fair results. )ke ±Extended, Bar Bet.--North-east leveI--No. i rise risen to 3S3ft. from rails S:.th-e .st level: rise--'onth eastdrive ,if n,.rth east extediied to 275it , not pay able. Stoppod; opemed north-west off norttl -ea-.t ad driven Sit. in reef, wash lit over back. B ri--eSouth-east drive exte.dedi to 40it., poopor; north-west drive exte, n ei Lo 50ft., not payable. South west branch--hrec parties driving on? paable -wash in Ns. 1 and 2 rises. No. 3 rise--South-east drive lxten ed to !0ift.. fair quality; south-west drive off same extended to 90it , stroi;g wash, payable. Duke and Main Leadi Console, Bet he .--',,est end: No. 22 rise--North off east extendied to 6-it. in wei h of fair audiity. No 21 rise--No.2 wi-st off north to c0ft., ...
THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
THE RAINFALL. During the month of January 5S points of rain were registered at the ob servatory at the post office. The follow ing is a comparative statement of the rainfall since January, 1908:- 1S? 1909j 910i1911 1912 19131914 Jan. O.43 0.89 0.9 0.49 0.05 0.OS 0.5S Feb.t 0.35. 0.971 0.23 6.31 1.08 1.72 MIchI 0.77 1.37 3.36! 3.25 0.67 3.74: Apl. Ni! 1.6S8 0.34 0.46 0.27 1.14 ?,ar 2.28O 4.33 2.41 2.15i 0.41 1.24. Ji' 3.00 3.12 3.77 1.95 2.18 1.98 Julh 0.9 2.41 3.4i 1.53 2.68 1.08 ul 2.19 6.10 1.93 0.89 1.21 2.05 Sep. 2.47; 1.01 3.35 3.441 5.92 2.80 Oct. 2.42 0.68 1.48 0.79 0.72: 1.60 Nov 1.97 0.42 1.50 0.02 2.01 0 63 Dec. 0.27 0.98q 1.18 3.201 3.82 0.67 116.94~23.1~624.08 24.48421.02,i8.73 0.58
ENSILAGE—THE FAVORITE FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
ENSILAGE--THE FAVORITE FODDER. (By ' Agriciuitur :s in "Now Zealand Dairyman. ) Tla t ihe feeding, of cows i one of the most imin)orltanut maiitters connected witi dnairying, no one can gainsay, I ut of the many foods in gcnlrai uso, I wiill at present touch on omy one--ens:l age. N-o argument, to my mind, could bo adduced against tho use cr ensilagc, and any eontention to justiy the setting asine of foddur oi su~h puc r mount imnportaince would not ,old ground in the Iface of practicai cxperl enco on the dairy farm. Ensilage contains no substance that would i'n any way tend to intcrfere-wi h the orga:, isms of the cow. whiile it, co'tain, '-o little acid that its color is not objec tionable. It can be nmade i',en hay cannot, and even this is " inmporta.,l point, especea!ly in Southland and Tai anaki where the weather is so variable. it may not supersede h ay-making, b 1; that is p'obablT because of the varietv of uss vwhich the colonal farmer pu.s hay to. Ieganding the prlparat-iou...
BIG FIRE. HAT FACTORY GUTTED. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
BIG FIRE. HAT FACTORY GUTTED. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. The fine new three-storeyed build ing erected recently by Maurice Artand and Co., straw hat and clothing manufacturers, in City road, Melbourne, was almost de stroyed by fire this afternoon. Shortly after 2 o'clock flames were seen issuing from the top of the building, and in a few minutes the fire had spread from end to end of the place. The top storey was filled with inflammable goods and valuable machinery, but the chief anxiety of the firemen, who attended in strong force, was for the James Moore timber yards, which practically sur round the factory, and contain an enormous quantity of timber. A long and keen fight was put up by the firemen, who succeeded in confining the fire to Artand's build ing, the top floor of which was gutted, while the second and ground floors were severely damaged. The lose is set down at £15.000, but the insurances are substantial.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
J. S. ROBERTSON'S SENSATIONAL SALE IS NOW BEING HELD. G REAT prepsrations have- been mnade to make tlis the most successful effort yet attempted at Clearinf Out Stocks of all kind3. Each department ha: itu quota of what we term SENSATIONAL BAR!,GAINS. . . MILLINERY, " "AT MARVELLOUSLY REDUCED PR1CES. COSTUMES, AT SENSA.XT'iNAL REDUClIONS. DRESS GOODS ZDEING CLEARED AT ABOUT HALF-PRICE. LINEN AND COTiON GOODS, S-;: :.'=-·. ·AT SENSA'TIONAL REDUCTIONS. IN THE 1. .- ,-. -.. : ;. + . ..[~ . - . .. .: .., CLOTHING & MERCERY SRORE S i .::THE BARGAINS are Very Interesting. . MEN'S, YOUTHS', and BOYS' SUITS, at Reduced Prices. HIATS, SHIRTS,:SCARF8, BRACES, etc., at Gift Prices. • ' . : .. ., :. j" ./-./ ..-: ( " : - :" ?: ': ' /: ".?:··-: .::.?".'-/-·. . op 1e r thei , thus avoid th inevitable crush usual ; :,.-/ i: d:: ": i" niP g the afternoon. : s i,;i++;+ +> % ,- .. ..: ,:'. : " ? ?... - $Z:+- ? .. . Business Notices. SNEW YEAR GIFTS. HE RN~ than:ordinary imo -nc ? ..=Jrtewe...
HOW TO PROTECT ANIMALS FROM FLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
HOW To PROTECT AN IMALS FROM FLIES. In responso to nuimerouo entquii~us fCi a chea'p and effective subsitnce to keep flies off horses and cows? S. Avery, the veterinarian and chemist of trhe Nebraska Station, has prepared and tested a compound that gives exceUlc~nt results: T1he formula is as follows:- Neutral. oi .. .. .. 4 pints Oil of wood ta" .. .... i pint Mix and shakle well. Ap"y lightly with a flexiblo brush, or with spray pump. Avoid exeessive applictioUi as a very light application is sullicint to proteot the animl for some tiCe, as, #or instance, during a milkinL I e riod, or longor.
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
MINING NEXWS. THE SHAREMARKET. Mr Noah D)avey, stock and sharebroker, High-street, Maryboroueh, reports the fol!owing closing quotations at the last meetings of the Melbourne and Ballarat stock exchanges on Saturdav afternoon: IARARAT' DISTRICT. Catheart--b 3/, a 3/2, sales 3/3 Cathcart (paid)- b 3! Cathcart Central-- b 31/, a 32/6, tales 3119, 321 Catheart Victory- b 1/5, a 1/10, sales 1/6 Central Langi--b 3/3, a 3/7 Great Langi--b 3/, s 3/6, sales 3/1, 3/2 Langi N.--b 4;9, s 5,1/-? Lani S.--b 15,'9 Langi S, (paid)-e 17/3 New LRngi-b 32/6, s 33/, sales 32/, 331 New Langi (paid)--a 33/ Upper langi-s 1,6 Upper Ltugi (paid)--b 2/6 BElAUFUR C [bTRICb T . Hope-b O/ Hope Ext.--b S,3, - 2/i Hope N.-- 12;3 s 12,9 Hope 8.-b 2/6, b 3/6 Hope Ext. W\.-b 1/, a 1/3 Hope txt. W. (paid)-b 1/1, s 1/3, sales 13 / B13LLARATI DISTR!ICT. Britannuia--b Central Platea:r Ext.--b 1' Llanberris No. I--b 7/, a 7/3 New Normanby--s 4 N. Woah Hawp-s 4/ BERRINSC AND SCARSDALE. Birthday Tounel -b 4/1, 4/3, sales ...
BARBED WIRE CUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
8ARSEDG WIRE CUT2S. Farm animals are a',l"O: ?to aw o ley- lialble to hijur'y f:':n w',re out:. antd is uotat to riv ui - th:tioy. to ac l such iniur' -. Whc the wound is ?-ever'e it will pu'y 1o onu ploy a veterinarin to dresis the wounid. Whiero the serN1Cie -?0 a gOo:id vote'in arian cannot be obh ainedii , farmers wall havev a to handl the cacs thcmsilveo. The ordinary wound will heal if not interifered with, This interfer?nceo iia v be frIom .ger~- paraIsitesO, nired dhug with the wounda on the p'rtt "t the man or the aninal itself Ti 1 first ithin t o do is io stop iho hcimorr hage. TIhis can be acn:complished ib a tighit bh:nd o: clen, i? ilte InUaslI', apphed either over or I bove the wound4. hA threaid war be us-d un. der thie iartery by usinga nedle, and tied. Do ot usea ilou., dirt, coo wehs, or anything of thlt sort on tihe wound, 'They are -innc".essariy Iant may produce a serioius inftction of the wound. Having ohckled ilhe bleed ing, remove the clots of blood and cu5 ...
AUTONOMOUS ALBANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
AUTONOM"OUS ALBANIA. Antonomeious \lee ni't mousti be ilft large. MTonni.e:egro uma claim both .?hores of the .Lake of S'eutari and half thie Saule i she likes. G'eeoc may claim the south in Epiirus per hps a- f!ar up as Janinn. But the ma.ns of tlbanians musti be left to ".hemselves. or the trouble of the Bal ans wiill never cease. The war hia been waqed to maintain tihe claiu of? nationality aain'st alien domination, and it would be absurd if the are ut is the division and subjugatio ofi a nremarkable nationality. It is true that the Albaniaas are wild Land in arts uneivilised, living by trai nion nand tribal use. But whether Catholic, Orthodox, or Moslem, thec are peoplep of high promise, eagei 1o learn. ful!l of adv-enture in prestoycs. and tempered 0 . laws o] honor woc r.are throughout the Balkans. .F.ra'ee from Turkish ineapacity and ,aich ed on thleir ens-tern frontie-'s by strong and deatnite SI.ates, they will develop rapidiy, c f i though for a mirae they rem:iea ra!oer t...
OUR DEBT TO DRAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
OUR DEBT TO DRAKEI On several occasions Drake, b?y his forbearing attitude and a certain nobility Of disposition. avoided ware with the American peoples, syrpas thisiug with them, as he did, most keenly for the way in which they had been maltreated by the Spaniards. Hie was certainly one of the founders of the British Empire, and of. the United States by the wayn in which h pricked the Spanish bubble, showing to En~lishmen., Frenchmene and Dutch men alike thle hollowness of tho Spanl ish pretensions to a monopoly of the New World, and the weakness of tihe defence of this monopoly. But in presenting a picture of DrakeR, either on the slage or in the paces of a re view. why should thle shady episodes in his life and the defectsi in his char acter be omitted? He still remais a hero., even when truihfuily depicted and even supposing his behavionr io wards Doughty was as reprehen ible :- it-ncppears in "he pac~~e. c Francis Flem.:her's ,journal, we have to thank Drake for the way boildly...
Sensation. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
Sensation., It was a dull, grey, Chrlsmas Erve nnd P.C. 126 was pacing slowly up and down the deserted road. Not a cook or a meal in sighti, and another six hours before him! Suddenly from a tiny cottfago by the roadside there issued shrieks of "Murder!" minagled with cries of "Police I" In haste P.C. 126 dashed to the cottage. A little boy opened the -O01'. "What's up hero?" demanded P.C. 12t8 "Thet's my brother Bill,"' said the boy. "H-e's cryin' because ma has such had eye-sight and beecaue shei's deaf!" "Well, well," said P.C. 126, "what:s he crying 'Murder' for like that?" "Well, you see, ma's mnndinl' tihe back of his trousers, and he's got: the:sa on."
SORGHUM IN THE MALLEE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
SORGHUM IN THE MALLEE, SSowing 2ilb. of sorghum saceharaw tunum seed and 1i5 Ib. of superphos phate to the acre on bare fallow in mnalie country at Beulah: Xictonia, has been described as a successful venture by Mr. P. W. Salmon:. of Gai aqcnil East. The crop is plairted about the nmiddle of September, the seed beingc drilled in as shallow as? possible. The mixture of seed and manure is sown through the fertilis er section of the drill. The crop is intended as a reserve to carry thd stock through March and April, when naturaln herbage is bare, and bring on the new feed. Hiowever sygs tematice feeding down has to be r sorted to, otieerwise the failow would become a distributing centre for weed seeds. Aeeordinagly when the sorgLurs is about 6 inches high, six or seven sheep to the acre are turned on, to eat it down bare. The stock are rep moved, and are returned to the pad; dock towards the end of the year; when the crop is about 3 feet high The second feeding down leaves thle crop pr...
THE RAILWAY STATION. REFERENCES IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
"THE RAILWAY STATION. ----0-- RiEFERENCES IN THE HOUSE. In our last issue we published a brief telegraphic report of a re erence made by the Hon. A. R. Outtrim to the Maryborongh rail say station during the discussion of the Railway Loan Application Bill n the Legislative Assembly on Thursday evening last. We now supplement the following report from L Hansard " : M1r Outtrim : I should like the Premier to be good enough to make a note of some little improvements that should be nmade at the Mary borough station. Mr Warde: That station should be removed to Spencer-street. Mr Outtrim : If what is going on at Maryborough went on in the hounrable member's district he would never cease complaining. The honorary Minister, who represents Swan Hill, and the honorable mem bhr for Kara Kara can support me in the statement I am going to make. The Maryborough station was erected nearly 30 years ago. It was urged that there should be an ic!and platform for the accommoda tion of the traffic. Passe...