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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
AGRICULTURIAL SOCI E'Y. COMMITTEE MiEETIN-G. A meeting of the general comt mittee of the Agricultural Society was held yesterday. The Preeident, Mir F. H. Brown, occupied tihe chair, and there werei also prese nt : Messrs J. Shielt_, [.I Rumbiod, F. \Watlker, G, Butler, J. I)ouglas \V. H. Stevenson, J. Gallocway, A. iH. L)Dowie, '.. Gordo , P. Co'telto. J. Mullins, senr., Ri liH. iarsie, -R. M'Lay, C. \hitr, C. Buckinall, J. Trembath Dr. Deane, and tte iec retary (Mr J. Ltas). CORRESPONDENCE. From the Ker'ing Agricultural Society, suggesting that the local member be requested to askI in the House why there were so many valuations. Mr Dowie considered ihis rther vague, and move. that no naction ie takten. Mr Butler sec.ndt tihe :notion, which wae carrie. Fronm M?r W\. . H Renvi-k, urging ppoosition to the )pro'is(d duy on -uperph'ijpha:t,.s and exprn d.:y on ·heep-skins. On the motio:n of L?-:-, Dovie and Dougla's, it w\ . are:" 'i r' , test through the C:U n:lr of Agri culture. From...
CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
CRICKET. DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. (NOTES BY OITsios.) There was very little doing in the District Association competition on Saturday. As anticipated, Talbot did not waste time coming over, to fnish their engagement with i.! ways, and the IHa-velok-:il ary-i borough natch was decidedly one ided. IThe o:!a ? ccupied iduring the afte?rnoon by a couple of scratch teams, mostly comoied of raiiway imen. 'he con lpicuou. exc,-ption was Aiu.lie, of S'. Kilda, who is relieving in oe of the !oca! b,,nkS at lpresent. He ahowved som,: solid batting, and eiy?d ro ercie at the exp~o'ee of alI raw bowl-rs. Offt Knier, f instance, the city' man iiL a six a,, three fours off succeo s v, bP lls. -ow1 vr, this bowler siowed tia..t he had some thing up his sleev.e by seuding down a, deceptive ball to Keenuan. who lost? it 'and w;. i-sltump1_ by 5oron. After scoi a rat as that Kuiffer shouidi b~- worth ',tching.
OBITUARY. MR CHARLES MADDER. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
OBITUARY. MR CHARLES MADDER. Expressions of regret will be generally voiced throughout the dis trict at the death of Mr Charles Miadder, which occurred yesterday at his son's residence, Middle Bgighton. The event, however, will cause no surprise, for the late Mr Madder has been in precarious health for a long time past. Late last year he had a trip to Melbourne, and felt so much benefited thereby that he was persuaded to remove to Brighton. The expected improve ment, however, was not maintained, Mr Madder only having been in his new home a little over a month before the end came. The late gentleman was an old resident of Maryborough, having been long engaged in quartz mining in the district. It was to this, in fact, that he owed the break-up in his health. Being of a quiet dispo sition he was not prominent in public bodies, but was one of the oldest and most active members of the Star of Maryborough Tent, I.O.R. Of this body he passed through the chairs. In sport (and especially cri...
TECHNICAL EDUCATION ITS PROGRESS AND ITS PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
TECHNICAL EDUCATION ITS PROGRESS AND ITS PROSPECTS. In a series of articles published in our columns-during the early weeks of the past year we endeavored to draw the attention of the public to the advantages to be derived from a proper course of technical training. Now, on the eve of the opening of the present school year, we intend, by giving a short summary of the progress of this class of education in Victoria during the past 12 months, and by indicating the number and nature of the positions open to the technically trained student, to press home the arguments which we ad vanced in those articles. In considering the question .of progress, we would first of all point out that in the metropolis and in all the large centres of population junior technical schools have been estab lished, and in every case the number of students offering has been in ex cess of the accommodation provided. Parents are beginning to understand that the instruction offered in these institutions leads to so...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
FIREWOODD . CHAFF. W. J. QUICK W ISHES to inform customers that having sold hie office in Nolan street, orders may be left at Rolfe and Olver's, next door, telephone No. 72; or at Jae LcwtaRe, telephone No. 9. AN OLD NU?sE Fon CrILDREN.-" MI6rB Winsiow's Soothing Syrup" for Children Teething. Should always be used for Children while Teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures Wind.Colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Directions for using Mas Wnwtow'e SooTrwNo SyBUP.-For a child under one month old, 6 to 10 drops; three months old, half a teaspoonful; six months old and upwards, a teaspoonful three or four times a day. For Diarrhoea, repeat the above dose every two hours, until the character of the discharges is ohanged for the better, Sold Everywhere, Wanted. T ANTED.-Young MAN, accustomed to Horses. Apply WHTELAN's Livery Stables. FXrTANTED KNOWN.-J. DIAMOND, 7 Butcher,. Tuaggra-street, Mary borough, has been appointed AGENT (Live Stock) for the...
THE CHILD'S HEALTH. IMPORTANCE OF CLEAN TEETH [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
THE CHILD'S HEALTH. IMPORTANCE OF CLEAN TEETH Equally as great a necessity as care of the mind is care of the body. This obvious truth is fully recog nised by the authorities of the Education department, and they are vigorously forwarding the study of hygiene in the schools. To this end the school-papers for the month of January are wholly given over, and they contain much instructive matter that should do a deUl of good in the direction of persuading chil dren to exercise care in all things appertaining to their health. Par ticularly impressive is an article directed to the upper grades by Dr. E. Brooke Nicholls, and bearing the caption, ",Clean your teeth and be happy." Dr. Nicholls is a well known dentist, of North Melbourne, and he speaks with authority on this subject. His advice is entirely disinterested, for it is highly pro bable that if the teeth are cared for as they should be, the need for dentists' services will be very small. " We want to create a public con science in ...
CANTEEN BRIBERY CASE. ARMY OFFICERS INVOLVED. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
CANTEEN BRIBERY CASE. ARMY OFFICERS INVOLVED. LONDON. FRIDAY. The police court hearing of what is known as the " Canteen bribery case,"- was continued to-day. A lieutenant-colonel, six quarter masters, two sergeant-majors, and eight civilians are charged with hav ing accepted or given bribes in favor of the firm of Lipton's limited. A man named Sawyer gave evi dence that when he joined Lipton's. Minto (formerly head of the miii tary'department and one of the accfused in the present case) told him that certain payments were neces sary, but he emphasised that they were not bribes. Minto provided the payments, but he said that the firm did not recognise them.
BILLIARDS. GRAY-NEWMAN MATCH. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
- BILLIARDS, S GRAY-NEWHA-N MATCa. :" " LONDON, -Fmnr. *The billiard match of 1~f,00, with ivory balls, between George Gray and T,? :Newman was continued to day. lfDuring the day Gray made breaks of: 103S(81 off the red) and 315(144 Off the red) :the latter being un an1ishd -New-an's best break was :,04;?:The: scores now stand :-Ne w jman(rceives 4000), 9S21; Gray,
SHIPPING DISASTER. COLLISION AT NIGHT. STEAMER SINKS LIKE STONE. 49 LIVES LOST. NEW YORK, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
7- ii.ASTIER. "~':''~iK.` FRIDAY. .7)1" .1 'H.i shipp'ing Icue"ii i·\ -b.nre e~et N' ~' tu cha 1-'' '7, ~ ?""' z~C' if V' tOV·zMI flutoi 1K i''Pj Mii L:\ tE Waer1020 There ws ibut little time to launch the boats. - "Many of the survivors are suffer ing greatly. from 'shock., Several members of the Macaria Theatrical Company,: wrho. w·ere sailing from New York, were drowned.. Captain Johnson, -of the Monroe, and his o~icers, with the exception of-one, were rescued. The ..owners ::of the Nantucket estimate that the death roll numbere 49, comprising 25 passengers and 24 members of the crew. 35 passen gers and 55 of the crew were saved. The Nantucket is now heading with all speed for Norfolk, on the Virginian coast, with the survivors of the disaster.aboard.
RUSSIAN ARMAMENTS. FRENCH APPREHENSIONS ALLAYED. PARIS, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 2 February 1914
RUSSIAN ARMAMENTS. FRENCH APPREffENSIONS ALLAYED.: :.. :: PARIS, Fair . According to French semi-oifficial circles the reported attempt ;: an AIgio-German suyndicate to gain a controelug interest in the Putilofi .rmamenvt work.? at St. Petersburg has preyd abortive,. Tr it ~;i uggesd that Messrs Putil o? a-n Co. bze ound the neces s.:r. -:ianciai assistance in France. : Ap;rensio was created i:ii: Fra?nce wh?, ii was announced that laws Kyupp were attemptitig 2tn sec~ur~e no inters in Messrs Pntiloff .and2 Co., b.ause t~ h works of the intel ·2c ompuy contained all the Fe.... c ~h ·:i: ry models since the ?r's Govern nt decided to adopft them·"` Ir th' R;idn Ar02y.]