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RACING. CHARLTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

C'HAAI1CI` ON l7AO1W, Thou ChaRrlton rado u o Now `Y'e8rr'o D'y were %'ell iitetided. 1,eyulita Iurdie·--(rteuolinw, 1; The Rafit, 2. Nlideiu Yi t' Eý V LlIrveYr', 1 ; Oh n 8eLJple, :l lU ltrdiiý, 3, Diot---.Alli i., 1; nOclo, 2 ; 1C.iryrh', 3. Nov Yaur's ll{id{aliolp.-Roguo'e 11iu t-1 , Il %Vinolirebi, 2 ; ouryo, 3, `L'crcit -liatý· lotto hronts, 1; Keryrio, 2; ;vllluq" toil, 3. hark Race- -(;lut'inat"a I MIEIO Berryr, 2, rUbILiomi'i j Puree- Adorbyn 2Y':' 1i 2 QGeetu EIizsbehb, 3,

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

At the IIighland 8- citoty'u gatheoriung 6iiLaryhorougII, It, blKieti(i, of alt, Arnudu(, w'on thti I+'doU11 It nitidcp, 011 iieo, oil tho 1b yulu wIrk, 'itio, 4 min, 15 oes-c, Jii owo ran esoond In tho 'ullaroop 11 +ndiourp, two nlilvr,, Iliea hndioap in thin iatnt woo bO yde. The win nr wan J, J , Ituse I, of 3runuwiok, 20 ydao bhedici p, Id1a 13'yer, of Arara , wve t hird in tho Sooiety Ilsiudoip, 220 yde, lie had a hanliuinp of 18 yde, J, l)onatdeon, thu Auotrai'ahet, dev trait), won a 300 ysiad haiundicap ab Aberdeen, Ilte tone for the dietauoe being 32 2 ht h eec,

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VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

VIOI'OUIA V, NIW 301J'I'Ji WA14rJ13, `1hn interotartt I1111(CI, Vicotoria V. N't Nout I W/'ltu, reeultIted ini ati naay victory for Now Sou'ii WaTle by an iunoiunge ºt 59 villu, tzuorcua i-Now' S3outh WVlra, 1 L i9 iYogai 409 ; ViO. toria, 10 uni tgu l l b I 2ud inningau, 1D99

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ST. ARNAUD V. WEDDERBURN. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

ST', ARNAUD V, WEDDERBURN, A dozen oricketere representing 8t, Arnaud motored over to Wodderburn on F1riday and tried conolnelone with a looal team of 12, St. Arnmud won asily ou the first innings with a total of 208, Dickeson (a visitor) batting well for 74. Romano 44 not out, HI, Rowe 28 and Yatee 19 were next highear, Weddorburn made a feeble response, being all dismiesed for 85, They followo:l on and when wiokete were drawn they had imnido 82 for two wickets,, The Wedderburn team enter. tiuned the visitora most hospitably, )otail : Sri AtA?kU., Tyson, run out ... ... ... 11 liennette, lbw, b'Thompson ,,, 1 Diokeson, o loreoroft, b Hender' l.ne, b Thompson ... ,., 0 Bilton, o Moreooroft, b' Thompeon 3 11. Rowe, b Thompson ...,,, 28 Romnano, not ot ...,,, ,,, 44 Yount;, b hl Giboney ... ,,. 0 Hoopor, b NM'Gibtoney ... ,,, 0 Hol?Re, b l'Giboney .,,..,,, J RIowe, o Ilendersoo, b Talor 3 Yates, b Thompsopn , ,,, 19 Sundries ... ...,,,,, 22 Total.... ...,, ,, 206 Ilowlinat.-'Cthompton...

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DONALD V. ST. ARNAUD. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

D)NALD V, T'1', A1NAAUD, 'Ir'anoc of 12 auide, riputoenting the above olubi , plhyi'd a nrou'u ab fab, Arnaud on New Ytlar'u Day, Tho visitovr euourlrd an teasy violory with a total uore, of 300 tiiaiint tEt, Arnaud'i 138 O'Unanor playrld a dathing ianinii u for 101 nob out for D)onald, Ile it a htrl hiitter and a ulevt!r bate, itan, [Hil 00co1' included hilf a dosIn "' itxe " andU tirt?iin a fourT " (b, Arnaud rpotlanded with 138, A, 1Itade hFjilg top of tho liis? with Ia uore' of 42, 11, Ililton watu well up with 39, and lmanoo con trtbuteid 22 T''h ].)omnalditel were tnllterltaintd at dinner in the evean int, liellowing ar, tIho detaila of the F', Djickf ront, Ib Henntt ,,, 14 Ladorman, b ~ nnettra ,, .,, 6 L[iiat, o0 ymnionda, b lRunnettLe .,, O'UOnllor, not outb ... ., 104 Tyon, b Yeto ... , .. 12 B. Dickteoon, a II, Rowe, b Sy? loid .., ... .,, 1e Nicol,o la tudo, b Ioweeo ,,. 0 oM'Loan, a I., Rowe, b ieade,,, 13 Oraillho, b HIowse ,,, ,,, 31 Golding, b Yate?,, ... , ,,, 7 O.l...

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

SPORTING NOTES. --4---·· Uw1IUI(L- i. 'I'bu Niu v y ,Yoo1utiutr As ooIA'1`Ioa '1'bo 1"i'ifutdly H~uoiet hu Aluuouiat Ion oorlpPtitiou will hIb cottijutd this affornrno u between~ terriiin vefhrcypnbing Iho Iirituld Cub C i rd thoe M nuohuter 111i1y Olub ,`1'1w IIi er will h ohouon f omn--Itown (2), IlOIIJIioo, Vifhall, I-Iowoo, M'I} miildd Wrant (21), Owen, PFwphIIluu (2), Ipurvey, IBudinuar, f3hupberd,

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CHRIST CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL. PRIZE DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

OHRIST OHURCH SUNDAY 80HOOL. PRIZE DISTRIBUTION, On Sunday, 28th December, a speolal children's service was conducted by the Vicar (Rov. J. W. Davison) for the pur. pose of distributing the annual prizes won by the scholars attending Christ 0huroh Sunday Sohool. The following ls a list of the reooipints Honor,--Nellio Brown, Eldse Howard, Nita Bell, Emily Smith, Maisie Beonott, Joan Wellard, Giadya Sohulz, Gladyv Hull, RBith Punshon, Alice Sol[ff, Mluriel M'Goo ,Elma Hull, Amelia Gould, Doris Parker, Daisy Smith, Maud Puashon, Emmau Zimmern , Agnes Hiamllton, Williai Punshon (who also, received a special prizo for having obtained the highest poasible marks) Norman Smeoad and John Schllz let Orade,---Dorothy Murphy, Myrtle Diley, Muriel Chandler, Vera Warren, Lily Schulzu Olive Pettit, Iabel howar.l, Ella Brodcriok, Kathloon Templenman, Ella Giles, Ella M'Gee, Nellie Lovick, Stella Ddley, KatIe Montfort, Ethel Searlt, Eiloen Gould, Doris Kearnan, Linda (Grgett, Herbert Brain, Arthur ...

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ST. ARNAUD HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

The monthly meeting of the oom. mitten of managamrnt of the above ioutitution was held at the Town IIali on Friday night, when ther were pre. ,ntob :-FMr. t, Manallack (preeident), Rev. 0, Doyle, Msaera, A, Ritchi,, J A., T, Moran, W, A, Hogan, D, F Pennington, and II Soots, An apology wau received from Me, W, Mitchell, CORREHPONDENNOF, From the following with donations : -Pe? r Gilfillan and Mitchell, estate Hon, W, A, Zeal, £X/10; British and Australasian 'JTob coo C,,, L1/1I Masonic Lodge, Sb, Arnaud, £1/1; Masonic Lodge, Oharlton, £1/I ; Lon don Bank, ?r Arnaud, .3/3 ; BInk of VNow South Walee, St, Arnaud, £3/3; Irustees EIward Wilson fund, £15; F+elton bequest committon, £10; Ilindoo hawkers, Oharlton, £2/10 ; T, 0, Gurbrle, £5/11/6; Mayer, Melizwr and o.,, 10/6,.-RHceived with thanks, From the Lord Nelson Band, nomi. nating as benefactors Meoser, 1 Mouotti, W,. Hall, P Ghent, A. Wealh, it, M'Crao and C. King -Approved of, on the motion of Mr. Ritchie, seconded by Mr, Hogan, 1F...

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IRELAND TO-DAY. TO BE SHOWN AT JOYLAND [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

IRELAND TO-DAY. TO BE 8 LOWN AT '1 OYLAND The following extract to from the" Dublin Evening Mail" ot July 1012:-" Ireland To. Day" ise the namt e given to an entertainment being organised in Dublin tar the purpose of mankiug an extensive tour of the Australian Colonies, the object beiuu to show in a noinpreheunive end attractive way the different phases of life, the indusetriee and ueenety of Irtleud, by meoans of the oinemaatooraph, Already a very extevaive series of piotures are beinu seoured of a very nteorelting oharaotor, and further ploturee are being added almost dlaly, Aoart fromi the value of the pictorial seotion of "Ireland To Day" as a form of entertainment, It should be of inestimablo value fromn an educational point of view, and should help considerably to enlighten folk in Australia on very many Interesting features regarding Ireland and the Irish people, IFor inatance, views in and about Dublin and other inpottant oi leo and towns, also numerous pictures of tile Kill...

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CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

CLEANLINESS IS NEAXT TO GODLINES%. A olean body induoes a olaun mind, A olean body is attained by the use of water and a good soap. The only question is, " Whatb oap" Rexoua 8oap is the best eoap, Its manuhao use is the most modorn and the most soientiio. It oombines the iualities of the beat germ.rn destroyiog powers with the most dainty odor and appearanoo, Rexona Sein and tLaolal Soap is the only modloated soap whioi is pleasing as a general toilet soap. A daily bath with water and lRexona soap makes the user Olean, Hie is not only free from dirb, but from dienase grsuse, IJJi clean and healthy iklin ensures a hoalthy body, Cleanlinses of mind should follow, So use Rtexona Soap in yot~ daily bath, lie olean and keep olean. Riexona 80op Kling of all Sospe, 1/ per Tablet. Obtainable at Hf, (, Edwards.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

..Jusine8a Not0ooo. ORIEN'TL IINE OF ROYAL MAIL ST1EAM E R S. "1OA LONDON, via Adelaide, Fromantlo (11 ( A.), Colombo (tor lndWi), Egypt, Naplest, '1T( ttnl, 0tnt t utt' randl 'ytlnout It, St`Lotva atrrive Stearmer. Tone. , athtanurt' London. Orsova 12 1036 ID o. 24 Jin, 31 Orortes L ,, 0623 .1.n. 7 Fob. 14 Orvieto . 12130 Jan, 21 Feb. 23 I r '"Ia 8130 F'dob 4 Feb. 6 Otway .. 12077 Feb. 18 Fob, 26 And fortnightly therealtor, The steameors of the Orient Line are titted with all modern and up totdasta spplimnoea for the saotry and comfort of psao,,gore. Pasesngers carried in all claseea, Third class accommodation, eleeping rooms, dining rooms, dleck aeooonnodatlon, and ?teatnu a espooelty, Round.the.world rates via (anada, United Stat es, Japan or South Afrioa, quoted onr applhca inn. Pleasroe or business trips on the Coact to Fremantlo, Adleside, Sydney, or Brisbano quoted on applioationa, Peaseagee from any part may be prepaid bore. D,. L, l)OWDELL,JBranoh Manager, 312 Collins Stree...

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FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

FIRE. A donas cloud of s?oke and an alarm of fire at about 10 o'clock on Now Year's Eve canned quite a sensna tion, particularly amongne the crowd who were promenading N.pier etreet, Attention was noon directed to a burn. ing building in Queen's Avenue, almost opposite the Oburch of England Sunday School. In was ascertained than the confligration was playing sand havoc with a nix roomed w,b dwelling in the occupation of Mia Balmer and her brother, and owned by MiWs Penning. ton, of Palradise, The flames bad got such a hold of the place that it was impossible to save anything, The brigade directed ira efforts to the pre. oervation of the Methodist Parsonage on tle north side and Mr, Howard's reoidence on the south oids, and good work was done by the firemen, who saved the two huildingo. It is not known how the fire originated, Miss Balmer states that she had tea at about 5 30 p.m,, and the fire in the kitchen stove which was used had died out, Being a nice, warm oummer evening, the h...

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TRAIN SERVICE. ST. ARNAUD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

TRAIN 8LRIVIUIl ST. ARINAUDi TO NML' IIOUOtNE, ILnavoo 1, 0111.ll dully, narilvo ,BD pnm. Lrnva trai N.n . daily, u4 n 3. llytarrived at 9.O p.m. on Mofldaya, WIedlwaday8 and Fridays, and at 10,6iif pii or. 'futdaya, l'huredaya and 3aturdayu. M1L3OUJRNE' TO T, Ah NAUD. Leaven 6.40 autm, daily, arrlvoa at 3,22 p.mt. JNaet train leaves f.1O part. dilly, arrived at 11,17 p.mi. MOTO1R TAItfN. Loavin Matybotough daily at 8 40iabm. atriving at 13t, Arnaud 'at 10.36, A.m. Leavea 8b. Arnaud on returln at '12,10 m,~. daily IOI Mary1bororhb, arriviig'

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PRODUCE MARKETS. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

PRODUUOI M ARKICTS, Melbourne, Tuesday, Wheat. -Offorlugs were limited yesterday, and buyers were more in evideneoo, For delivery alongaldo 31/5 was obtainable, and ox slding store 3/61 was quoted, Small sales were made of emutty wheat at 3/3, Oats,- A moderate business In oatse was tranesnted, uoveral hundred bgs of milling being placed at up t i 1/0, For food grain up to 1/81 is quoted. Uhaff --Prime and better outs were in request, and busiuess was transaoted at lull rates; choioo realised up to 6li/, p)ritne from 60/ in 02/6 and medium to good from 50/ to 67/0. Ilay.--For manger, bruassed, delivered, quotations range from £5 to £5/15, and feed uobeves are brilg supplied at from £/lli to £3/5. Chlaffig sheaves, 32/0 to 36/ ox railway truoke, higher rates being menti nod for oholce Iot carted in by road. For Viotorlan straw quotations range from 30/ to 37/0, aooordlo? to quality, and Tase manlan is to be had at from 67/0 to 00/ ox wharf,

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COMMERCIAL. MERCURY Office, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

OOMMEROIAL, Mbrnourn Offloo, Tuesday evening, WHIOLESALE, RETAIL, (lour, k8/7/ti Flout, 16U 10. bag 14/6 (,haff, £3 Chalf, 41 Fresh Butter, dairy, Fresh butter, 9dj Od; Paotory, Ild Faolnry, 1/2 »gge, <1d 1ggs, 81 Baoon, 1/1 Baoon, 1/2 OCoeee. 8d Ohoose, 10d Lollard, £4115 per ton Pollard, 1/3 Bran, £4/10 per ton Bran, 1/2 Potatoee, 5/1 Potatoes, 2/ per qr ST ARNAUD PRODUUE MARKKI(T I. , T Edwards reports : - Whoat, 8/26 to 3/3, OCte, 1/3 to 1/0. Polts, 3d to 3~1 per Ib ; lambs, to Od per Ib, ; rabbit, 0d; hidoe, 4d to 5id,

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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

GENERAL, The will of the late Mr. O. G0 fraeor, cX PoBtmatnter. General, has been proved, The Victorian estate amounto to £1100 poroonalty, which Ia left to hia widow, Senator Pearce iu the executor, The Governor General hold an inveaturo of the Order of St Michael and Sr. George, and Imperial Servioo Order at Government Hlouse today, The American baaeballeor arrived by the Sydnoy expreoa tolday, and were welcomed by the Lord Mayor and the Premier at the Town IIll, and enter tained at a garden party by the GovernorGeoneral, mtnmn wealth notes on icnue amount to £9,959,554, the gold raoerve being 45 per cent, The State Miniatorial nominations oloood to-day, Sir Alexander Peacock, Mr. Lawson, and Mr. Murray have been returned unopposed, Mr., lutchin. eon i? opposed by Mr, F, W, M'Ora ; Mr. Watt by Mr. F. Keane; and Mr. Macklnnon by Mr, W, H, Webber, Kendrick Hampoon, 46 yearo of ago, haa boon aentenood to two yeara' imn. priaonroeno on a charge of loiter. lag in a public place at Sb, ...

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The Very Latest. Melbourne, Tuesday Evening. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

The Very Latest. Melbourno, Tunoday Evening, PRODUOE MARKETS, Wheat,-Market uteady, January deolivry, 3/5j to 3/6?, Shippers are boying from th. country at 3/6; and Maroh-April, 3/7, Livrrpool oeblhrd prioce olightly lower, Flour, £8/0 ; O'tr, 1/9 to 1/9., Chaff, £3/b5 IHy, £5/10, Potatooe, £4 to £4/b, Ouions, £6/10,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

_Spoolal £1 vo1 AT Iomonts. The Leading Firm. JAS. ROWE & SONS, VICTORIA ARCADE, FOR White Duck Verandah Blinds Gren or Brown Stripe Oanvae Verandah Blinds Made up to any eiz-+ on the promiere. Eitimatee gladly given. Green or white Bminboo Blinds in the following sizee :-3 ft, x 6 ft,, 4 ft, x 8 ft,, 6 ft, x 8 f, 8 f. , x 8 ft,, 10 ft, x 8 ft F,y.proof Wiro Daors.--Stock eirze, 2 ft, 6 in x 6 ft, 6 ft, ; 2 ft., 8 In, x 6 ft,,8in.; 2 ft. 10 in, x 6 ft 10 in.; in a number of different designs A, justahle Fly Proof Window Screens Dock Chairs in Pine and Blackwood, all eiree and kindo in stook Cane Chairs and Lounges Sea Greas Ohairs and Lounges Canvas Hammocks for comfort and durability Bedroom and Dining Room Suites to prices to eaiu any pocket Our Railback Pantasottu Dining Room Suite, 7 pieoes at £8/15 takes a lot of beating A cheaper Leat her Suite, 7 piroes, a real good investment at £6/12/6 All kinds, saz,, and colours in Bedstenad and Oots-a grand assortment Go Carts, P...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

LOOAL AND GENERAL, The first halt of the State ilnancial year oloeod with a revonnu of £4,401,743, which is an advance of £70,178 on the amount realleed for the corresponding period of 1012.13, A special effort is being made to have the Crowlande.Navarro railway available for trucking this season's whear from Navarre, The line will not be open for raisonger traffio, however, until the work of ballasting Is complete, Ensign Baskin and Mrs, Banlin, who have been in charge of the local Salvation Army corps for the past 12 months, have been transferred to Crookwoll, in New SoMuh Wales, Adjutant 0, Hill and Mrs, Hill, from Gulgong, N,S.W,, have been appointed to St, Aruaud, and are expooted to arrive this week, The Bendigo Caledonian sports on New Year's Day were very auoaseeful, Mr, W. M'Douald, of Winjslok, president of the Viotoiian Scottish Union, was judge of dancing, muido and dress, Mr, J, M'lonnan, of Banyona, was one of the judges of the dancing events at the Maryborough High. l...

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STATE POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 January 1914

STATE POLITICS, GENERAL regret has been felt that the diff.reuces in the State Liberal party have nob been completely adjusted. For it would be idle to assume that they have been. What may be called the righb wing of the party has not received representation in the new Cabinet, and sooner or later the die. satisfaction that broke out before will break out again, The new Ministry Is the old one, with some small changes Mr. Graham has already announced his intention of retiring from political life, owing to advancing age, HIe has done good service for the State in his tlime, and gooe into an honored private life with the thanks of the people as his reward, Mr. M'Kenzio has not the record of Mr Graham, having been in Parliampnt for only a few years. Nevertheless his recent long spell of bad health made it necessary for him to give up Ministerial work, He made a good Minister for Lands, and all will hope that he will be spared for many years to give the State the benefit of his knowledg...

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