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SOUTH AUSTRALIANS AT BALLARAT. BALLARAT, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 5 January 1914
SOUTH AUSTRALIANS AT BALLAR &T. BALLARAT, SATURDAY. The match between the South Australians and Ballarat was con tinued to-day. The following were the scores at the time of drawing the stumps : SOUTH AUSTRALIA. First Innings. Marne, c Harris, b Watson . 45 D. Steele, c Morgan, b Watson... 10 L. Chamberlain, b Watson ... 2 Bridgeman, b Watson .. ... 16 Pellew, c and b Bradby .. ... 82 Crawford, c and b Bradby ... 72 Moyez, c E. Watson, b Bradby ... 14 K Steele, at. Harris, b Bradby .. 57 J. Chamberlain, b Bradby 2 Blackett, b Bradby.. .. ... 18 Kirkwood, not out .. ... 2 Sundries .. .. ... Total ... .. ... 327 Bowling,.-Bradby, 6 for 68; Watson, 4 or 103. BALLARAT. First Innings ... ... 129 Second Innings. Abercrombie, b Crawford.. ... 0 Hore, b Crawford ... .... 34 Watsford, b Mayne... ...... 24 S Caddy, b Chamberlain... .. 20 W. Caddy, c and b Mayne ... 34 Dillon, c Moyes, b K. Steele ... 45 Watson, run out . ....... 17 Kennedy. c sub, b Crawford .. 18 Horgan, c sub, b Mayn...
VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. AN INNINGS VICTORY. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 5 January 1914
VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. AN INNINGS VICTORY. MELBOURNE, SATURDAY. The interstate match was con cluded this afternoon, New South Wales winning with an innings and 51 runs to spare. Scores : NEW SOUTH WALES. First innings .. ..... 409 VICTORIA. First innings' ... ..... 151 Second Innings. .M'Naughton, b Massie ...... 1 Cannon, c M'Kew, b Massie ... 0 Park, c Bardaley, b Massie ... 3 Carkeek, b Cotter .. .. . 8 Armstrong, b Cotter ... 0 Carroll, b Cotter ... .... ... 25 Matthews, at. M'Kew, b Mailey... 27 Baring, c Mailey, b Kelleway ... 122 Ryder, b Kelleway... .. ... 1 Bracher, b Kelleway ... 0 Sewart, not out .. ... ... 2 Sundries .... ...... 10 Total .. ... .. .. 199 Bowling.-Cotter, 3 for 51; Kelleway, 3 for 16; Massie, 3 for 49; Mailey, 1 for -45,
CRICKET. THIRD TEST MATCH. SOUTH AFRICANS FAIL AGAIN. JOHANNESBURG, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 5 January 1914
CRICKET. THIRD TEST MATCH. SOUTH AFRICANS FAIL AGAIN. JOHANNESBU RG, FRIDAY. The third test m:ich was con tinued at the Waudcrers' ground at Johannesburg to-day. Yesterday the Englishmen were all out for 238, and the Africans had 12 on the board without the loss of a wicket. The home team thus had an excel lent chance of securing a winning position, but to-day they failed badly. Zulch scored 3S and Hands 26, but no one else got as far as the twenties. " Jack" Hearne bowled in his best form, and wound up with 5 wickets for 49. Barnes secured 3 for 16. With a lead of 87 runs, the Englishmen began their second in nings badly, Rhodes being snapped up by the wicketkeeper before he had scored. Hobbs and Mead, how ever, got going, and scoring was pro ceeding merrily when " Dave" Nourse held a chance from the Surrey champion, who had notched 41. Hearne failed to score, but Douglas played out time safely with Mead. Scores: SOUTH AFRICA. SFirst Innings. Taylor, c Woolley, b Relf ... 14 Zulch,...
COLLIERY DISASTER. HOME OFFICE INQUIRY. BARE ELECTRIC WIRES. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 5 January 1914
COLLIERY DISASTER. H.OME OFFICE INQUIRY. BARE ELECTRIC WIRES. LONDON, FRIDAY. he Home Office enquiry into the app-lin iversal colliery disaster .:t ýengheydd, in which over 400 i'es 'ee ! ,t. is now in progress; Vii Shaw, manager of the Uni versal mine, gave evidence to-day th.c the mine was both gassy anhd duset .ter the explosion. Two tams .ere found open, and pre sumbly they had been opened by.a la-mpman , -amp might havegone out and afterwards been opened. Wi'nss admit that bare wires were u ed in the colliery in connec tion w~ith the electric signals, but he had ineve- =een any sparks emitted Oc'om these wires.
MARATHON RACE. AMERICAN WINS EVENT. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 5 January 1914
MARATHON RAC. AMERICAN WINS EVENT\ , LONDON, FT.i.M, An international Marathon ,ce (25 miles) was held in London to day. The event was won by Holmer, of New York, with Dinning (Erng land) second, and H. Kolehmaineu (Finland), who performed so well in the last Olympic Games, third. Holmer, who won 'oby 20 varde, covered the distance in 2 hours 22 minutes 12 seconds.
BRIGANDS ON HIGH SEAS. PLOT FAILS. SAN FRANCISCO, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 5 January 1914
BRIGANDS ON HIGH SEA. PLOT FAILS. SAN FRANCISCO, Fa;... A sensational though abortive attempt has been made to rob the steamer \Villiamette, which plies along the Californian coast. When the vessel was in the oen sea Captain Reiner, who was sitti?g in his cabin, was confronted by a masked and armed mroan. Caputain Reiner promptly grappled with the intruder and managed to secure posse2seion of the revolver the man had in hie hand. The rhoutt of the captain attracted members of the ship's crew, who secured the roan. Hisi behaviour led t to thei belief at firPt that he wa inac, but later developments showed that his co duct was part or a loto rb the steamer. A conedernate was arrested and this man declared that he and his companion had planned to rob the ship's isae of the arge sum of money it contasinel, and then com pel the passeng er and crew to give up all valuables. The robbers travelled as passengere until the vessel was in the open sea.
REVELS MARRED. YOUTH COMMITS SUICIDE. PARIS, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 5 January 1914
REVELS MARRED. YOUTH COMMITS SUICIDE:. PARIS, FaiDiy. While New Year revels were in progress in a Cafe at ioditmarte.: which was crowded with men and :women gaily dressed, a .youth iJumped upon a chair, and shouting, " l'l show you something- new," produced a revolver from his pocket, yelled, " Good-bye to life, and Bred twice at his head. Hie fell dead amid the revellers, with the result that women fainted and men made a panicstricken rush for the exit. ________________________________________
POLLOCK—HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 5 January 1914
POLLOCK — HAMILTON. A quiet wedding was celebrated in Christ Church, Maryborough, on 12th November. The contracting parties were Mr R. St. Clair Pollock, of Donald (late of Talbot), and Miss Mabel Hamilton, R.V.T.N.A., of Pekin-road, Maryborough, late head nurse of Amherst Hospital, the officiating clergyman being the Rev. Canon Davies. Mr Bonar Pollock, of Talbot, was best man, and the bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr Jas. Hamilton, of Diamond Creek, was attended by her sisters, the Misses Amy E. Hamilton and Jean D. Hamilton, who were the bridesmaids. The bride was motored to the church by her uncle, Mr R. A. Hamilton, of Carisbrook. The bride's dress was cream margueritte, trimmed with lace, satin, and pearls, the train being prettily trimmed with satin and orange blossom. The customary veil and orange blossom were also worn. The bridesmaids were neatly dressed in cream materials, all carrying pretty bridal bouquets, with streamers. After the marriage cere- mony the w...
INVENTOR OF COLD STORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914
INVENTOR OF COLD STORAGE, "Ml. Charles Tcllier. te invenor of cold storage" (says the Pal':i corresp. pondent of the -Da..ly Tee;aph"), "has died in his small iiat at Auteui after several 1mouths of iiness. The aged inventor derived bat liite advan tage from his discov,.ri-u c , a d, al though soome nie months a,.go a great banquet. was given in ,his huncur by members of the Cold Storage Congress. and a public subscription Jor his bene fit was openud, ho di-d alrnmit ;as poor as he had been living fir the last quarter of a c-i'ntu-y. Even the £1.00 subscribed for him by the public in South America faiied ,i, reich himu be fore his deatiih The iinuney i; now on its way from Arg-n:na!. but will arrive too late to be or any :uivantage to him. "Charles Louis Telli'.r . as b rhn , Amiens on June 2S. 16S. and at Uhe age of 20 he went to Pa:i- Ti. o.:nu,;i.t his studies, He took l t tJe eng. ins rof:ssion as Mi;L- and :z ?, 1,-, clemistry, and secn bciar-ne u;bsobad in the study of the col...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914
OB~'UARY. Mir A. Stroade, hotelkeeper, of Newbridge, had been unwell for some days, and on Friday last was brought to the Dunolly Hospital for the benefit of medical attendance and careful nursing. It was found he was suffering from pneumonia, but held his own until about 1 a.m. on Sunday, when he became delirious, and assistance had to be obtained to secure him. At times he was very violent, and being a big, strong man, it was a hard matter to keep him under control. About 7 a.m. he be came quieter, but the exertions ap peared to overcome him, as he gradu ally sank, and died at 2 p.m. He was 40 years of age, and well-known throughout the district.
SCHOOL OF MINES. SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 7 January 1914
SCHOOL OF MINES. SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS. The latest list of examination re sulits received, from the Education department records the name of Mr Charles K. Robinson as having classed with credit in practical chemistry, grade III. Mr Robinson atas now completed the full course rlr the Education department's i'ioma in metallurgy. He en -red the Maryborough School of >ines as a State school scholarship ;;nner from the Maryborough West f-te school, and has had a highly successful career as a student. The foiiowing record of his successes in :technical aubjects will give some in 9ication of the nature of the work sccomplished :-Passed with credit in the three grades of practical chemistry; in theoretical chemistry. crade I.; electricity and magnetism, grade I.; geology, grade I.; arith metic, mensuration, algebra, grades 1. and II.; assaying, grade II., and land surveying. Passed in en gineering drawing, grades I. and II. ; assaying, grade I.; -aetaliurgy, grades I. and II.; :mineralogy,...