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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 February 1914
NOAH DAVEY, TOCK AND SHAREBROKER, MINING AGENT, HIGH-STREET, MARYBOROUGH 'PHONE 62. IdTH DYSPEPTIO'S HANDICAP. The dyspeptic is sorely handicapped in this life. If he is a man he can't keep pace with his fellows because of the weak ness, the depression, and the suffering that indigestion inevitably brings in its train. If a woman, she often finds it im possible to carry out the daily household tasks, or meet the demands of a business occupation because headaches, distress ing bilious attacks, palpitation, and eleeplessness are spoiling her life. Thii strenuous age wants men and women of strong fibre, boundless energy, and great cheerfulness, but the dyspeptic is not among the number. How can he expect to be ? How can he hope to get through the day's work speedily and efficiently if his mind is clouded and his system clogged with the poisonous pro ducts of indigestion ? How can any man, or woman either, work well and cheer fully, when the well-spring of good health and strength-the s...
LUCERNE—METHODS OF CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 February 1914
LUCERNE-M-ETHODS OF CULTURE. Lucerne is a perennial plant, and e well established will last a number :of ' ',s-from four to ten, or more, deepe ng upon the character of the s, s fil treatment of the plant in re ferentef to manuring and methods ot cutting. The mature plant is a vigor .chs, jeeder, its roots often penetrating th'a depth of o10ft. or more. Its up right stems do not sprout on cutting, but die back to the crown, from which new shoots start immediately and grow rapidly. This accounts for the fact that from three to five outtings can be harvested annually. Lucerne is adapted to a wide range of soil, provided the subsoil is open and porous, and well supplied with limo. The most favourable soil, however, is a deep loam, preferably sandy in nature, overlying a not too compact subsoil. Good drainage is highly essential, and on soils overlying 'heavy clay or hard pan subsoils great care must be taken to provide free escape of surface water. The lucerne plant will soon die - whe...
CRICKET. BET BET V. DUNOLLY. BET BET, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 February 1914
CRICKET. BET BET V. DUNOLLY. BET BET, Tuesday. The match between Dunolly and Bet Bet was concluded on Saturday and resulted in a win for Bet Bet by an innings and 21 runs. Scores; BET BET. First Innings ... .... 301 DUNOLLY. Nicholls, .k ... 9 Pelletie? 0. .. Simon ý_"zt 1, b Patt tp 13 Game. , ty .oi ý . e ! 75 Locke -, 1Pt r~son.:r t.1 9 Ellerto 1 c t? inirb °asai. 19 Polinelli, b Rob 7 y.f. 2 Morris, c Rob ~ A '.ý?i ... 1 Hughes, c B. Clover, b Robson ... 7 Downs, b Robson .. ... ... 0 Barber, b Robson .. .. ... 0 Total ... .. .. ... 135 Bowling.-Patterson, 3 for 26; Alder son, 1 for 22; Jones, 0 for 19; Robson, 5 for 42; J. Augustini, 0 for 16. Second Innings. Game, c G. Augustini, b Robson 13 Ellerton, b Patterson .. ... 4 Pelletier, lbw., b Robson.. ... 52 Hughes, c Alderson, b Robson .. 11 Locke, b Jones .. ..... 3 Simons, b G. Augustini ... ... 5 Morris, c Clover, b Jones... ... 16 Polinelli, run out ... ... ... 13 Downs, run out ..... ... 12 Barber, at. Augustini, b Patters...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 February 1914
GENERAL NEWS, Mr A. H. Hasell, of Yorketown, (S.A.), had a narrow escape from a shark on Friday night. He was spearing butter fish at Marion Bay, by the light of a lantern. When wading towards the rocks, in about 3ft. of water, he was seized by a tiger shark. He was dragged under, but fortunately the shark lost its hold, and Hasell scrambled on to the rocks. Chiefly because of mullet being plentiful just now, sharks are numerous in the waters about the mouth of the Parramatta River (N.S.W.). Two youths who were bathing at one of the favorite spots along the river were greatly scared by seeing a large shark shoot past them. It was after a frightened school of mullet, which were jump ing out of the water all round the swimmers. Several shark-catching parties afterwards set out in motor launches, skiffs, and heavy fisher men's boats to try to land the monster, but he proved too cute for them, and escaped. Mr James Middleton, who was one of the best-known journalists in Australia, died ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 February 1914
J S. ROBERTSON'S } SENSATIONAL SALE IS NOW BEING HELD. " REAT preparations have been made to make this the most successful effort A1. yet attempted at Clearing Out Stocks of all kinds. Each department has its quota of what we term SENSATIONAL BARGAINS. -MILLIN EY, AT MARVELLOUSLY REDUCED PRICES. COSTUMES AT SENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS. - DRESS GOODS BEING CLEARED AT ABOUT HALF-PRICE. LINEN AND COTTON GOODS, AT SENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS. IN THE CLOTHING & MERCERY SRO? THE BARGAINS are Very Interesting. M- EN'S, YOUTHS', and BOYS' SUITS, at Reduced Prices. HATS, SHIRTS, SCARFS, BRACES, etc., at Gift Prices. Shop early in the day, thus avoid the inevitable crush usual during the afternoon. tf~ Business Notices. W" NEW YEAR. GIFTS, C, SV.3.-104 fq jewel Ajdornment Apart from its pleasing at tractiveness, is always as' sociated with events of more than ordinary importance. Your choice from our ex tensive variety of------ Fashionable jewellery the most up-to-date stoc in the States. We im...
TULLAROOP COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 February 1914
TULLAROOP COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Tul laroop Shire Council was held yes terday afternoon. Present-The President Cr. A C. Forbes), and Crs. P. Wall, L . Williamson, J. Douglass, T. F. Walker, R. G. M'Lay, T. A. Gordon, and J. Dillon. An apology for absence was received from Cr. C. BucknaIll. CORRESPOND1ENCE. From Eddingtoa sports committee, asking for a holiday in the Edding-' ton school on Mdarch 11.-It was agreed to apply for the holiday for the whole of the riding. From Tambo shire, re a deputa tion to the Minister on the subject of the abolition of Railway Lands Acquisition Act.-No action taken. From Mr E. Wilson, asking per mission to lay an inch pipe across a road at Leviathan.-Granted on the motion of Crs. Williamson and Douglass. From shire of Bet Bet, forwarding £5 for water at Timor. From Mr J. E. Murphy, shire analyst, intimating that his fee for analysing was 10i 6d per sample, irrespective of the nature thereof. From:Dunolly Hospital, intimat...
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 February 1914
MINING NEWS. THE SHAREMARKET. Mr Noah Davey, stock and sharebroker, Hich-street, Maryborough, reports the following closing quotations at the last meetings of the Melbourne and Ballarat dtock exchanges yesterday afternoon: ARARAT DISTRICT. Cathcart-b 3/3, e 3/6 Cathcart (paid)- b 3/, sales 3/ Cathcart Central-b 32/9, s 33/, sales 32/9 Cathcart Victory- b 1/8, s 1/9 Central Langi-b 3/7, s 4/, sales 3/9 Great Langi-b 3/10, s 4/, sales 4/ Langi N.-b 6/, s 6/1, sales 6/, 6/1 Langi N. (paid)-b 7/, s 9] Langi S.-b 15/9, s 16/9 Langi S. (paid)-s 17/6 New Langi-b 34/9, s 35/, sales 35/3, 35/1u U pper Langi-b 1/4, s 1/5, sales 1/8, 1/5 BEAUFORT DISTRICT. Beaufort Deep Lead-b 2/S Hope-b 10/, s 14/ Hope Ext.-b 3/3, s 3/6 Hope N.-s 12/ H ape S.-b 2/6, s 3/3 Hope Ext. W.-s 1/3 BALLARAT DISTRICT. Llanberris No. 1-sales 81 N. Woah Hawp-b 3/, s 4/ BERRINGA AND SCARSDALE. Birthday Tunnel -sales 3/11i Golden Reefs-b 2/3, s 2/6, sales 2/9 New Jubilee-b 6d, 1/1, sales lid Scarsdale-b 2/1, s 2/3, sales ...
TRADERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 February 1914
TRADERS' ASSOCIATION. The monthly : meeting of : the Traders' Association was held at the Free Library.on Monday night, the president (Mr 'J. ::Whitney) presid ing over a fair attendance of mem bers, CORRESPONDENCE, From hon. secretary` Chariy .Car nival committee, requesting the traders to close at 12 noon on the day of the carnival, February 18. Mr Webb moved that the request be complied with. Seconided -by Mr Wigg, and carried From Victorian Railways Military Band, intimating that they had decided to -give a concert in the park on the Sunday following the pic-nic at Ballarat, -and asking for the patronage of the association. The president gave an explanatioa of his personal efforts in inducing the band to come to Marvborough, and several members expressed their pleasure at the projected visit of -th ?band; which numbers some 45 players, and. is a complete orchestra as .well as a bras: band. Mr Long moved that the patronage of the association be giveun to the concert, that the pre...
DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 February 1914
DISTRICT HOSPITAL. The committee of the .faryborough District Hospital met yesterday afternoon. Present-The President (Mr O. H. M'Donagh) and Messrs 0. Waters, J. F. Ogle, J. R. Lamb, H. E. Williams, T. F. Walker, and T. Rickard. An apology for absence was received from Mr G. Fiegehen. DONATIONS. They following donations were acknowledged with thanks :-Shire of Lexton, £10; Kronheimer Ltd, £1; Duke Consolse employee, £1 18s; F. T. Outtrim, £6 6s. The latter also expressed sincere thanks to the doctor, matron, and nurses foi kindness shown him while in the institution. CORRESPONDENCE. From Thomson and Co., explain ing that their extra charge had been warranted 'by certain articles having to be pieced together. From John Danks and Son, Mel. bourne, forwarding estimate (from F. Atherton) for radiators' installa tion. They undertook to carry out the whole work for £520 19s, guaranteed for 12 months. HOUSE COMMITTEE'S REPORT. The house committee reported having visited the institution on...
SHOCKING ACCIDENT. TIMBER COLLAPSES. WORKMAN KILLED. MELBOURNE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 11 February 1914
SHOCKING ACCIDENT. TIM3ER COLLAPSES. WORKMAN KILLED. S MELBOURNE, TUESDAY. Alfred Matthews. a middle-aged man, was crushed to death through a fall .-of timber at Kerr's timber yard, North Melbourne, this morn. ing. Matthews, who was a yards. map, was assisting Ernest Franklin, a driver, to load a dray with plank oregon timber. -Matthews was stand ing at the foot of the stack. Frank. lin was a few paces away when, without warning, the stack, which contained about 15 tons of timber, collapsed. Mathews was covered with the planks, and all that could be seen of him was his right hand. Franklin had had a narrow escape. The task of clearing away the timber was difficult. Nine men worked vigorously, but it was half an hour before the crushed body of Matthews was extricated.
KIKUYU CONTROVERSY. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 February 1914
KIKUYU CONTROV-ERSY. LONDON, WEDNESD0AY. The Dean of Durham (th-.V-ery BRev. Heneley Henson) states that the final verdict regarding :::the Ki kuvu controversy, arising out of the administration by two Anglican bishops of the Holy Communion to SNon-conformists, does not rest -with the central consultative committee; to which the question has been're ferred, or with the Primate (Dr. Davidson), but with the English Church. The Rt. Rev. James Welldon, Dean of Manchester, thinks that the proceedings of the conmittee- will prove indecisive, but ::even if the members are unanimous they cannot carry compulsory power. S . - .: ; .- ... : - : ,,. - .
KING AND MINISTERS. STOCKHOLM, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 February 1914
KIZ A~ND MINISTERS. STOCKiHOLM, WEDNESDAY. The differences which have arisen and cau.ed a breach between King (Gustav and the Government are the principal topic of conversation in TSweden, The outspoken utterances of the King on the subject of defence, with out first consulting his Ministers,. have annoyed the Government.; The Cabinet has requested that. if His MIjest~y in future contemplates ex:pressing political views he will deign to inform his Ministers of their purport beforehand. lKing Gustav has, however, de I clined to relinquish his right:. to spek reely to the Swedish people.
ALIEN QUESTION. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Maryborough & Dunolly Advertiser — 13 February 1914
ALIEN QUESTION. WASHINGTON, W', rx, A deputation of natives of the East Indie3 waited to-day on Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, British Ambas sador to the United States, asking for his good offices against the pas sage of anti-Hindu legislation by the United States Congress. Sir Cecil in reply declared that the question involved was too grave for adjustment through the medium of the British Embassy. The Hindu members of the depu tation admitted the need for some restrictions on immigration, but suggested that the matter should be allowed to be regulated by the In diau Goveruuaeut as hadj been doue in Japan, where the Government regulated the flow of emigration to America. Sir Cecil Spring-Rice finally promised to refer the whole qnestion to the British Foreign Office,