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CHAOS IN HAYTI. RIOTING AND PILLAGING. CAPE HAYTIEN, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

CHAOS IN HAYTh. RIOTING AND PILLAGING. CAPE HAYTIEN, FRIDa.Y. The Haytian Republic is still in a state of chaos and disorder, Rioting and pillaging are takiing place in Cape Haytien. General Theodoro, the rebel leader, has met with cousiderable opposi tion in his endeavor to establish a Government. The American gunboat Nashville has landed bluejackets at the re quest of the various foreign con suls.

Publication Title: Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser
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(TO THE EDITOR "M. & D. ADVERTISER.") [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

(To THE EDITOR " M. & D. ADVERTISER.") SIR,--In reply to "Mary borough Supporter's" letter in Wednesday's issue, permit me to inform that indi vidual (all else know) that the Rail ways Club have paid all their ac counts rendered to the present, and beforerushing to print he should be wary not to make himself look a second "Ananias." Mr Stevens, secretary, can vouch for the accu racy of Railways Club's payments being fully met. My advice is to look before you leap, and not fall into error by imaginary thoughts. The personality permeating his letter belittles the individual who is afraid to sign his name. Unfortue nately I have to offend in this direc tion only because I respect regula tions.-Yours, etc., OFFICIAL R.C.C.

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STEAMERS COLLIDE. ONE GOES TO BOTTOM. NINE MEN MISSING. LISBON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

STE.MERS COLLIDE. ONE GOES TO BOTTOM, NINE MEN MISSING. LISBON, FRIDAY. A serious shipping disaster took place last night off the Portuguese coast. The Greek steamer Dimitrios coi lided with the French liner Lutetis near Cape Rocca (twenty miles from Lisbon) and sank. Boats were immediately launched from the Lutetia, and the crew of the Dimitrios were all picked up, but a boat in which were five men belonging to the Lutetia, and four of the rescued sailors, failed to re turn to the French liner. It is feared that the little vessel has been lost with all its occupants,

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REEKS MURDER. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

R?EEKfS MIURM DER. LONDON, FRIDAY, The search of the pit-shaftt at Ettingshall with grappling irons has proved fruitless. Nothing that might help the police in their search for the murderer of Kent Reeks was discovered.

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EX-CONST. M'KINNON. CITIZENS' PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

EX-CONST. M'KINNON. CITIZENS' PRESENTATION. There was a representative attend ance of citizens at the Albion hotel on Friday evening to do honor to ex-Constable Walter M'Kinnon, who recently retired from the force to go on the land, after having served twenty years in Maryborough. After the loyal toast had been honored, the Mayor (Cr. H. E. Wil liams, J.P.), who occupied the chair, referred to the object of the meeting. They regretted that ex-Constable I'Kinnon was leaving the town, but wc-re very pleased that he was doing so in the best of health. There had been no more zealous officer in the town than the ex-constable, but at the same time he had been most kind and discreet, always lending a helping hand to young men who were inclined to go wrong. (Ap plause ) HIe had much pleasure in handing Mr 3M'Kinnon a purse of sovereigns on behalf of the citizens of the town, and hoped that the recipient would live long and enjoy a pleasant life in his new sphere. Before other speakers added...

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BOY STRANGLED. FATHER CHARGED WITH MURDER. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

FATHER CHARGED WITH MURDER, LONDON, FrToiY. The hearing of the case against John Starchfield, who is charged with having caused the death of his son, aged seven years, who-e dead body was discovered in a railway carriage, was continued to-day. A timber porter named Moore ict tified that he saw Starchfield, whom ho had known previously, near the tube railway station at Camden Town on the afternroon of the murder. The accused was accom panied by a curly-beaded boy. At this stage St~archfeld interrupted and denied that he knew Moore. The latter thereupon added, "I said, 'Hello,' and Starchfield nodded in return." The case was adjourned till Monday.

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WRITERS AND WRITINGS. LITERARY NOTES AND VERSES. FRANCIS THOMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

WRIT?ERS AND WRITINGS. LITERARY NOTES AND VERSES. FRANCIS THOMPSON. The story of the life of Francis Thompson, unfolded in Mr Everard Meynell's fine biography, is of absorb ing interest. This strange poetic genius was orginally intended for the priesthood, but was dismissed as too "abstract minded ;" and his father's attempts to finance him through his medical course were similarly frustrated by the young fellow's persistent indolence and in trospective temperament, At 26 years of age Thompson went to London, where he led the life of an outcast, selling matches, sleeping on the Enbankment, and starving when his miserable expedients for earning a pittance failed. "LBesidse-his religion," writes Mr J. L. Garvin in " The London Observer," "he had one anodyne, He brought away from Manchester a passion for laudanum. The habit has long been the curse of his native Lancashire, as De Quincey notes, and the parallel between De Quincey and Thomson makes the one seem almost a precursor, and th...

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DEPORTED LEADERS. COUNSEL HEARD IN HOUSE. CAPETOWN, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

DE§PORTED LEADERS. COUNSEL HEARD IN HOUSL , CAPETO~WiN, Fin?o Counsel for the iideported strike leaders sppeared at the bar of the Union House of Assembly to-day and pleaded on behalf of his ciients. Subsequently Mr Patrick Duncan opposed the deportations, while Colonel Crewe upheld them. Mr F. H. Creswell, the Labor leader, had just opened his speech when the House adjourned.

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EDDI'S SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

EDDI'S SERVICE. Eddi, pri!st of St. Wilf rid In the chapel at Manhood End, Ordered a midnight service For such as cared to attend. Bud the Saxons were keeping OCiristmas And the night was stormy as well. Nobody came to service, Though Eddi rang the bell. '' Wicked weather for walking," Said Eldi of .lanhodi End, " But i nunit g> hi, wiih nhe service For such as care to attend." The altar-candles were lighted An old mrash dookey came, B>ld as a guest invited, And stared at the guttering flame. The storm beat on at the windows, The water sp!ashed on the floor, And a wet, yoke-weary bullock Pushed in throuagh the open door. " How do I knw what is createst ? How do I know what is least ? That is Mly Father's business," Said Eddi, Wzlfrid's priest. " But-three are gathered together Listen to me, and attend. I bring good news, my brethren !" Said Eddi of Manhood End. And he told the Ox of a hManger And a Stall in Bethlehem; And he seoke to the Ass of a Bider That rode to Jerusalem. ...

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REUTER'S CABLES. GOVERNOR-GENERAL. HON. R. C. MUNRO-FERGUSON SELECTED. LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

G OVFRNO R-G EN ERA L. HON. R. C. MUNRO-FERGUSON SELECTED. LONDON, FI1IDAY. It is officially announced that the Rt. Hen. Ronald Crauford Munro Ferguson, Liberal member for Leith Burgs and Vice-Lieutenant for Fife, has been appointed Governor-General of Australia in succession !o Lord Denman. Bis Majesty the King has ap proved of the appointment of Mr Munro-Ferguson. According to the Lieth correspon dent of the "Central News," Mr Mlunro-Ferguson has accepted the appointment. It is stated in Edinburgh that he will bid farewell to his constitutente next week. The local Liberal Association is to discuss the question of nominating a candidate for the seat to-morrow. The evening newapapers, in refer to the appointment of Mr Munro Ferguson to the Commonwealth gubernatorial position, recall that, ten years ago, Mr Munro-Fergus~on declined a vice-regal position on the plea that he wished to devote him self to home politics. [The Rt. Hon. Ronald Munro Ferguson was born in 18, anrld he is a so...

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DOMINION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

DOMINION. I went beneath the sunny sky When all things bowed to spring's desire The pansy with its steadfast eye, The blue shells on the lupiu spire. The swelling fruit along the brlghs, The grass grown heady in the rain, Dark roses fitted for the brows Of queens great kings hav3 stng in vain; My little cat with tiger bars, Bright claws all hidden in content; Swift birda that fl?ashe like dardting stars Across the cloudy continent; Thle wiry coated fellow curled Stump-tailed upon the sunny flags; The bees that sacked a colored world Of treasure for their honey-bags. And all these things seem very glad, The sun, the flowers, the birds on wing, The jolly beasts,'the furry clad, Fat bees, the fruit, and everything. But gladder than them all was I, Who, tbeing man, might gather up The joy of all beneath the sky, And add their treasure to my fl' And travei every shining way, ABd laugh with God in God's delight, Create a world for every day, And store a dream for every night. -John Drinkw...

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AUCTION NOTICES NEW WEIHEN'S REEF PLANT. Auctioneers: Bell, Lambert, and Nixon, Ballarat. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

AUCTION NOTICES NEW WEIHEN'S REEF PLANT. Auctioneers: Bell, Lambert, and Nixon, Ballarat, THURSDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 12, at 11 a.m., on the mine, Mlajorca.-The leaso. plant and effects of the New Weihen's Reef Co. The buildings and sundries are in good order and are suitable for farmers and others.

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Dairying in Switzerland [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

Dairying in Switzerland The cow and her produce appear to have beaten all other departments of agriculture in Switzerland, says ihe agricultural correspondent of " The Yorkshire Post." According to the most recent publication of he ional area of the country-slightly less thani ten million acres, or half the sizo of Scotland-only 53 millions are cultivat ed, and of this corn occupies cciv 256,000 acres, and vineyards 5.' t{) acres. There are practically no for age crops in our sense of the wo;d. and no root crops, but a considerable area. of grass land, which produ os large crops in the valleys and abtundnt grazing on the mountains and therh lower slopes. When we consider th.:se figures we are amazed at the fact t hac the dairy cows number nearly 800,000. showing a continuous and marked ln crease year by yedr. The director of the important Dairy School at Rutti estimates the average yield of the cows of the country at 594 gallons, which is probably 130 g6: lons more than t.he ave.rag...

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Garden Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

rd o:es. Sometime,;i when plaits do not strikhe readily from cutings, ano- canuot:-lii propigated by means ot suckers.; : oi: granf?, re'olur-e is had to layering .in5 this cse. a shoot of ihe pareni?t bplaft is beat ovecr and partly cut offhi'iti';lf: sloping out-, which is kept open by:'.a bit of gravel, covered with soil, so-thit. it will take root. The layer shouild be pegged down t-o keei it in place, afid the soil firmly pressd round it. Afte. it has taken root the shoot is cut- buo. Tween the roots and the parent plant, and the young plant or layer is Cremov ed to its desired positionu Layers are'. made at different times of the year, either spring or autumn being thie;: better, and they should nut bo moved until they are t'horoughly established.` Almost any plant, which has slhots. which can bbe en- to the ground can-` be made to st-rike from layers, but tlibi methcd is usually ouly adopte.l?d wheun_ it is not. ceasy to obtain plants in an more simple manner. The plot of gro...

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COMMERCIAL. CARISBROOK STOCK MARKET. THURSDAY, Feb. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

COMiME RCIAL. CARIsBROOK STOCK MARKET. THURsDAY, Feb. 5. Mbr Chas. Bucknall reports:-Cattle 88 head, about the usual proportion of fats, balance included a fair number of good young bullocks suitable for fatten ing. There was no alteration in late prices. Nothing beyond light to moderate weights were yarded. Best blilocke, £10 7/6 to £11; ,ther5, £8 to £10; good conditioned 3Bto4-year-olds, £6,5/ to £7 5/; best cows, £61101 to £9/12j6; heifers, £5 to £6, with nondescripts at market values. " Calves.-Two very prime at £6/2/6; one at £2/151..! Sheep. --46, about equal proportions of good and prime sorts, medium weig?hts. Tne tone of the inmarket was rather in huyers' favor; as was also the case with lambs2 Orosfbred: wethers, 17/ to 1StO; diit.o-:ewes'- (best),' 13/9 to 16/; merino wrethers, 1413 to 16/; ditto ewes, 10/ to 12111. SLambs.--414; prime, 15/6 to 16/4; use f l and good,12/9 to 1416. A proportion weretakeli by graziers at from 12/ to 1i3/ for good-conditioned, and 130 store...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

INGRAM'S TOMATO SA UOIE ; .i3Sa O n R9 la r's SauCe thoe s r Rotlinp wass teed. JlurAmiiR mka re thA r-ninsrd frnn ht rani 1r. io J AS. MINIFIE & CO., . I xRYBOI£OUGH FLOUR MILLS. 'PHONE 47. A. LAND, MHanager. FLOUR, MEAL, BRAN, POLLARD, and WHEAT, AT CURRENT RATES.: Notice to District Consumers. Our Bran and Pollard is Branded distinctly with our name (MINIFIE.) Ask for that Brand only and SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. DISTRICT FARMEERS PLEASE NOTE S...E. 'A rT IN ANY QUANTITIES, BOUGHT UP TO 10,000 BAGS. AVt1 iJL, IIGHEST MARKET PRICE. S..·.. CASH ON DELIVERY. For Wheat Delivered to the Mill .d. per bus. above Melbourne equivalent giveu. DISORDERED LIVER. "For disorders of the liver and stomach there is no better medicine thanl Chamberlains Tablets," writeS Mrs. Margaret.J. Watson, Enerild. Q 1i suffered with headaches ·aud biy a di. ordered. liver. Hearing my cnustomers speak 0o bighly of Chamber!ain' Tablets I thought;I would try 'what tihey would do for me. After the first ft...

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WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

WRVOLERl;h· PRODUCOE. >i~a 181 *' M.ELBOURNB, Saturday. wVheat.-Thie: mirket has been steady, and supplibes offering on the town inarket continue only moderate. The market may be quoted at-3/6 to 3/7K, parcels being quoted at 3/7, and sellers asking 317." Whbeat on spot has been sold at 3/7 ex store. Direct country purchases have been made at 3/1i to 3/7: The London market is steady but inactive. Flour.-The association price for local consumpt on is £81151 delivered. Bran and Pollard.-The association basis for bran is £4/10! delivered, and that for pollard.;£4l15/. Barley.--Prime malting samples are not offering very freely; and the demand is centred on this quality. Lower quality, which is plentiful, is difficult to place. Choice Chevalier malting has had mode rate business at 3/6, whie a good parcel of prime has changed hands at a siight concession. Good Chevalier is worth 3/3 to 3/4. Ordinary good to prime Cape malting is quoted at 2/2K to 2/3, but choice samples are quoted at...

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MR. JAMES LEWTAS'S WEEKLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

MIR. JAMES LFWTAS'S WEEKLY MARKET. MIr Jae. Lewthes, auctioneer, reports that the following} prices were ruling at his weekly inarket on Friday: Vegetables.C-Beans, 1~d Ib; marrows. 6] doz; pumpkine, II each; parsnips, 91 doz; .cucumbere, 1/9 ioz Fruit.-Pears, 1f to 5/3 case; figs, /li6 half-case; peaches, 4/ to 8/3 case; ptums, 2] to 3/ case; drapes. 2/ to 4/ hall-case, and 51 to 81 case; tomatoes, 2/ to 4/6 Cse. eo : D)airy Produce.-(iermans, 8. to 1/6 each. coultry.- Fowls 2/6 to 3/ pair; duckse, 4/ pair. Pigs --ud.ker5 Sd and 16/6 each.

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A TIMELY SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

YAL TIMELY CST3GGESTION. ~A mn w~ho, withi his 'wife, is m played on a farm in Cheshire, recently founi ~h isel in-a-ibad predicament when;'i'-attempitinig to evade th~e on slaught;s of a' savage dog, assistance oame'ini the shap&of'his'wife. WhenC the' womanz ameup: 'Are dog had fastened his teeth 'jn:the calf 'of the husband s leg, andi was hodinigicn for dear life. Seising a. stone in the road; the wife wa about to hurl it ,'henjher' hus band, with wonderful presence of mind, shouted' "Mary, Mary, don t trBow the stone at the dog, throw it at me!"'

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WHEN AND HOW TO FILL THE SILO. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 9 February 1914

WHEN AND HOW. TO FILL TH SI LO. r he quality-of -silage is. determnind to a grer'at extent by the condition uof:.. the maize when cut and the care used in -lllin the silo. The question of he? · pro~p er t:u???ito out ??maize and store: in the silo has been much discussed and Sstudied. -IExperience and c'ireful study 1 of results show that the best silage is - "made from ,maize that is c iu, and put into b:ithe -silo at t:M he. time the kernel dents .arnd begins to harden. Ai thisa stage the maiiize has practically attamiincd? maturity(, and its full matu-ity is"d ! velopde. This- of .ourse, will de-" pened .to some degree on the kind of maize which is grown. Some varieties pof maize dent easii:er than othersf andt. care should be .taken not to let the :maiize :become too:. ity. Dry: maize. 'fodder: does :not pack a?nd exclude the air as well .as :that which contamsis a io:6insiderable :iiamount of moisture It 2 ::the ue of ovCer-dry fodder ca-d nn-ot -be :avoided;, its disadvantages...

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