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ST ARNAUD PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

ST AHNIIALJ PROI)UUF~ MARKI:IT. 1-, T. TiGLvapriq P~l)r~l-he l 3/~b ho 3/6. Oits, 1/7 to 1/0, Pelto, 8i41 to 4h~d per lb laImbe, to O01 perl b, tibbit, id ; hldeu, 4d to i~l/,

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MECHANISM OF THE HEART. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

MECHANISM OF THE HEART, In the hunian subject the average rapidity of the cardiao pulsation of an ndul., male is about, sovoenty bents per minute, Those hboats aro more Ire. qune," ,4s a rule in young children and in wNomen, and ,there are variations within certhin liniits in particular per sons owing to peouliarities t( organi sntiou, It. would. not. necessarily be an abnormal sign. to find some parti. eular individuals the habitu:( fro quency of the hearts .action fronm sixy to sixty-flve,,or from seventy-five to eighty per minute. - As a rule, the heart's action is slower and more pow erful in fully developed and muscular feeble .in. those .of slightero formi, In animals, the rnngeo is firom tventy?fivo to fo'ey-five il- the onldlblooded, and flfty upward in the1 \wa'rm-lblOodtd ? n amtls, exeOpt in .the Case of ar horse whlich as a ,'er, slow heart-heat, only forty beats ~ .minute. The pnlsations of mon and .nll anin Ills differ from itho son level nlso. Tihe work f a healthy hu...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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COMMERCIAL. MERCURY Office, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

OOMMEROIAL, blnorUy Otice, Tuesday evening, WHOLEBALL , RETAILI. Flour, £81/17/10 Flour 6IO i,. beR ('hail, £8 Chlaff, 41 Frsshl Buttei, dairy, Fresh butnr lOd; Pa; Fotory, 1/2' Faotory, 1/4 Eggs(, 81 tlgus, gi 8aoon, 111 Baoou, II1 Cheone, 81, Oboemo, 10 Pollard, £5/5 per ton Pollard, 1/3 liran, £5/5 per ton Bran, 1/! Pottooes, 4/ Potatoes, I/6 p6r qr

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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AGRICULTURE. SMOKE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

It is trui, r4 . till Nc, forker," ihat thlo bIs sm)oked meIt ii l>red with cold smoke by w"hich tlii irface of' tlhe meat is not, drie'd talc ;ho interior is Inot left half cured oj hardened, to reduco its valuo for uso & very satisfactory smoke house it madoe in this way. It may be of wood iut beotter of brick or stone, which in11 'asily be mado iinprogiah't 'to flies nico and other vermin, For any ordi. lary family the house should Le nol ess than Oft, x 8ft, onil the tloor, ant just so high that the moeat hung 01 nrossbai's resting on the roof plates cat Se reached with case. Theo house it Cest set on postis 2ft, or 3ft. high, hI ihich it, is safe fromn burrowing4 vyr uiii. 'Tho smoko is mald in an. adjoiti ing fireplace, built in the form of ia 3von, arched over on tiho top and iined Ing no buildi.ng to protect it, or tlie firt nay be made in a stovo umder a shec )t ill any convoenient way by whiel r'eon hard wood, corncobs. or othici eloan vegetable fuel may be burn...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

THE BALL, The Town Ball was orowded in the evenlnfg on theo ooaslon of the annual ball, which wasR a fitting wind up to the day's amusement, A nicely arranged pro. rammn of dasnooes wvas much enj yd. Mr A. Cornelius acted as MaAter of Ceromonies; and thie mnuelcano were ,leasPa E1, Higglnbothata (plano) and J, C4amoron (cornet), 'iho eulpperP amrun?e. miente were admirably carried out by the ladlesa oommittee, Mlissaes Gormley, Curry and Collina having charge of this depart. ment, The hall decorations, tlu pro. d minatinog, were very effective, and re. flOOectAd OCredit on Mr, W, Keoast and aesistant s,

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PLANTING TIME. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

PLANTING TIMIE. The present time is very suitabl for planting evergreens, as they stand shifting better at this time of the year tthan ia spring, It is always advts. able to remove them in such a man ner that they will receive as little cheek as possible, and if the opera lion is performed carefully now the growth will notbe affected In thl east; on the otri r hand, if left till later on they scarcely have time ( recover before the dry weather sets in which is certain to interfere with the growth, and probably throw themn back for a season or two, When plant.. ing trees or shrubs care should bh taken to properly cultivate tilhe grounoc ior some distance around them, I1 nany cases it is thought sufficient i, make a hole just large enough to ad mit tihe roots of the plant, and 'l ter sticking it in, to fill in the hole TJedurjhaiX ,g anhiv'x tite*^ankat is faetion of everyone concerned, Thi proper method is to dig the ground for a width of at least four to sis feet on each side of whe...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

WISE ANID OTIIEIllWlSVSI, 1' kis Worship (to prisoner who has boon up ovory month for years): 'Ebhuezr Noakes, aren't you ashauomed t o b son Ihero so oftelu' "' ]loss yor worship, this placo is re. spoctablo ter some places whore I'tw Son.." iHo stood in the doonvay, hat ini hand, and the stuttering young lady ywas inviting him to call again. " Come around S-s-s-s-s," she began, trying to say Sunday, but the sentence was nevoer finisheod, The dog thought she meant "'Sool 'em," and he did, "Why, Frankio, what are you read. ing il that book about bringing up ohildren P" "rm just looking to see whether I'm being; properly brought up." .1" illio,' you n'ay fiiilih (this piece ( pie if you want it," said mother, "It isn't, enough to save," U Mother," said Willie when hio hal hnished it, "a boy in the family vomnes in, very handy whoen there is a little bit of 1pio over, doesn't hoI" F.Piist Girl in Draper's Shop: "That is a splendid piece of cloth, but it doosn't t1)htlch my complexion....

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

8a51nos 1~otiooao. ___ VICTORIAN Producers' Co Operative Co. Ltd. Head O0ke-4?3 Colliue.at, Mielbourne. Grain Shed-Wlliametown. Wool, Hide, and Skin Stores, DAIRY PRODUOE, Stook SIe-blolbourne, tliendigo, Sun. bury and NagmiB L. Ltud, Estate, and Inosurao Aentsiti .. Bapg, Manures, Oils, Twine, Gro. cones, Tea, Ol. ENQUIRIWS INVITED. P. O ROYAL MAIl STEAMERS ILEAVE MELBOURNE EVERY ALTEI'RNATE WEEK FOI MARSEILLES & LONDON Cnllnh at Adelaide, Fremanrtle, Colombo, Aden, Port Said, Gibraltar, Plymouth on route \VUilh peirmisicn to call at Brindisi FIRST and SECOND Saloon only Return Ticket to Europe available for Two Years RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY To FREMANTLE Sinle £7 101, to £9 10,, Return £11 10,s. to £14 5, To COLOMBO Single £27 10. to £34 2,. Retu.n £40 14s, to £50 121, To BOMBAY and CALCUTTA Sinale £29 14,. to £37 8,. Return £44 to £56 2s. To MARSEILLES Sioe £319 12s,. to £78 21, Return L66 to £116 12,, * To LONDON Sinale£41 16. toi £82 10, Return £69 6s, to £123 41. Full pr...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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THE WAY TO STOP IT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

TII.IE WAY TO STOP IT, Famous Scientist (excitedly): "We must renew our exertions and our oX hortatious to stop the inoreaseo of the opium habit among womon., What we havo said ,yet has'not had much ei. foot;" Practical Editor (calmly): "I'll stop it, I'1 send a paragraph round the Press saying that a liankering after opium is a sign of old ageo,"

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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WHY HE REPENTED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

WiY HEI RIEPENTED. Teoddv: "I wish I hadn't licked Jim. my BrJown this morning," . tammn: "You seeo iow how wrong it "was, don't you, my dcarP" Teddy: "Yes: 'cause 1 didn't know. till noon that ho was going to give a, party."

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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THE CZAR'S MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

THE CZAR'S JfOTHER, An interesting story is told regnal, ing tihe mothler of the Czar of llilsia. One day, when she was Czarilna, sha saw on her husband's writing table a document relnting to isonlo plitetl prisoner. On it the Czar had written: " Pardon impossible; to be sent to Si, brian." The Czarina tookls up the pen, and striking out the somlicolo nafter w word " impossiblo," put it after tlb word "lpardolln,' so thac the seenteu:l read: " 'Pardon iml:ossiblo to be sent to Siberin," The Czar would not al!er hatnt his wife had done, and the sea tence was left in its nmciided form. It is by similar acts of won?lanly pity that the prose;t Ca'rina has won the unbounded love of the Russian people, by whom she is almost wot. shipped,

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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ST. PATRICK'S DAY. FESTIVAL. OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

ST', PATRIOK'S DAY, FESTIVAL. , OFVIOIERS, 1, eseinNT.,,-Rev, Gerald Doyle, Vice u flKStDsINh - Rev, Fther O'Rourke, eseres, D)unklry, Kelly and Walsh. rALsuRnt:li -Mr. M. P Kelly, PATRO~S, -The'l Most l1ev. Dr, Higgins, Iev. .O, .oyle ; the Ilon. Hane Irvine, M,,l , 1K ir, J, \W, Penninton, M,LA, ; thoPree 'ident of the 8hire of K.ra Karra; the \Isyor of thle Borough of St, Arnaud ; the Ihlef of ihe Caledonian Society ; the Pro. da ident of the I A,0.B, Sooioty; Messre, ch [itohlie, M'Olashan, Osborno, M'Pheo, Boott, M'Kecohnle, Bray, Oilesu, I). O'Kane, 0 L~obineon and ilickey, Lewis Bros, xaOUTIvYE,-President, Vloo.Presidoente, ion, Secretary, end Meeere Hickey, Kelly, Murray, Laprkin. Walsh, Curteis, FIy, )unkley, (3NiRAL FUpEnRviso n -Mr. w , II, Ohborne, JUtDos.-J n pe re end nr Hlunters-Messra, J3, A T. Mran, O. D Johnson, A, Simpson, I) Rose, D u Camoron. Aihlorio Evnts -Mesare, R J. Ooath, M Curtain, II1. Eket, W, Thain, All other even, --Mcesre, P., )uggan, .R 8oott, A. il...

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A MANLY TRIBUTE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

A MANLY TRIBUTE. Ono of the sweetest tributes a mali has ever paid to his wife was that written by Charlos Darwin maniy yenrs after his marriago, in a document for his children. "You all know your motlher," liq wrote, " mid what a good motheir shi Imhs ever boen to all of you, She his been my greatest blessing, and I canl oeclare that in my wholo life I hliitl never hon'rd her utter ono word I Twould rather have had unsatid. Shp has never failed in kindest sy'nipatly towards ine, and has borlin wili thl litillost patienc my freqieiiUn, f cll, plaints of ill-health and discomfoft, "I do not believe she has ever miss. ad an opportunity of doing a kind ac, tion to anilyo nenor her, I marvel at niy good fortune that she, so iniiinitoly my superior. in ever, mnoral quality, consented to be my wife. Sheo has beei) my wise advisor and cheerful comforter .throughout 'life, which withouti lheor would have beeon, during a vvr lo0ng period, a miserable one from iill-.licthi She has earned theo...

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RAILWAY DISASTER. COLLISION AT EXETER, N S.W. 14 PEOPLE KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

RAILWAY DISASTER, COLLISION AT EXEI'ER, N .W, 14 PEOPLE KILLED, A dreadful railway disaster occurred bshortly before midnight on Priday at Exoter, N S W,, on the main southern line, Fourteen lives were losr, and 30 pausenougoro were injured, Theo msail train to Temors, which left Sydney shortly after 8 o'clock, orashed into th, ongino of a goods train bound to Syd., ney from Joneo, whioh had pulled out from Iho main line, the looomotive bstanding acrose tlhe points before being shauted on to the loop line, There was a fog at the time, and thebo sinals were so obscured that the driver of tbh mail train was nob aware of the presence of tbhe other train until he was ahout fifty yards from it, and too late to avert disaster, Ths trains mob with a torrifico orasuh, The first carriage of the pasoen ger train following tbhe mail van was lifted bodily from the rails, and went through almost the entire length of the ocrriage behind it, with a hideous roar and smashing of timber, Nearly all t...

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"PEGGING AWAY." [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

Lne l Un ju t miulnto p"~R n fri'Wf do y'ou rea'llyv oxpct; to codl thim WLII duriming~ yourl aldmumuistratbll rl" B'lut, Mir~ ~incolu, W limll do Yal jwgly awayl'f Rl'l; keel misV ~ didl it. Tiam1 ImrqJo Poic it; m. for all ypummg mmioil.

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TRAIN SERVICE. ST. ARNAUD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

TRAIN SERVIOE., ST. AI{NAUI) TO MI1~1~I3URL(fE. 1~aavoa 7,30 a,uil, dlliy, irri VVH 3 lW i Ifjl. k~\R train kw('cU p.1 ))1 fl4ly, arri~ea at 10 pm.11 on nlr~hlyl, W\d nIIyI11IH ' aolI F'riraya, and atlO,~ij p.IU' ~" IUo '1H L3LIvut U.!t1l rr.l li daui, rii dvcil ne;tl] 1'1aat I rain Iuavia fi, 1L in.l! Il;illy, arritte Louavua M~aryboruutdil daily it tll~J) ii.Ili arriving aHt Ut. A rnjud at ~1.30 Hn' pIm.I1 ~dily foi' arhiuhOy~tO~I ar lvi gl III 2.47 p.m.~~lw;i 4~ur Ch*i

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NEW POSTAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

NEW POSTAL RATES., Tho now postal rates, Including penny postage on letters, cames into force on the let of May, The reoduoud rates are as follow : THROUGHOU'T COMMONWEALTH AND PAPUA, Letters, id per oz, Letter cards, single, Id each, Do., reply, Id eahob half. Post cards, single, Id each, Do,, reply, Id each half, Printed papers, 0Od per 9 oz, Books, printed-outlside Australia, 0bd per 4 o, ; in Australia, 0Od per 8 oz, Mlagazinea--Printed in Australla, 0 d per 8 oz, ; printed outside Australla, Od per 4 oz. "Hanusard," 0Od per 12 oz, Commercial papers, patternse, sample, and merchandise, Id per 2 oa, OVERSEA DOMINIONS, Lettors from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea dominions, British colonies and protectorates, except the New Hebrides, Id per 4 oa, NEW ZEALAND AND THE ISLANDS 'he rates to New Zealand, t, ji and British Solomon Islands are: Letters, Id ) oz, Post cards, single, ld, Do,, reply, Id each half, Letter cards, singlo, Id, Do, reply, Id each half, Magazines,...

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AUSTRALIAN TRADE IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

AUSTRALIAN TRADE IN AMERICA, IN deciding to ask Mr. Alfred Deakin to represent the Commonwealth at the Exhibition to be held at San Francisco next year to celebrate the opening of the Panama Cinal Mr, O?ok and his colleagues have anted wisely, There was Pome intention of also asking the ex Prime Minister to take the position of High Commissioner in the United Stateg. It is understood, however, that Mr. Deakin has intimated that he will not be prepared to consider an offer of this kind. Hn a in un, nwillini to leave his home here for a period of a few months, but is not ready to btake up the onerous and well prid duties appertaining to the appointment of a High Commissioner, Mostoleotoroofthe Oommonwealth will rather agree with the view that we hardly requirn in America a High Commissioner of the Atamp of Sir George Reid Our repro. sentativein London has many quasi ambassadorial functions to perform, The business portion of the Australian representation is amply covered by the Agente...

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SHIRE OF KARA KARA. DATES OF COUNCIL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

8HIRIE OF KAIRA KAIRA. DATES OF COUNCIL MEETINO The Ira liara Shire Juncoil will meot on the following dates ;- April ,, , ..,,, O May ... ,,, ,,, 7 June ,,. , ,, 4 July ... ... ... Auguetb ... .. ,,. 6 September .., ,,,- 3 October ... ... ,, 1 Ootobar ... .,,,, ... 29 D. comber ,,, ,,, 3

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WOMEN'S WORLD. THE GIRL WHO LAUGHS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

WOMEWN'S WOr iT IMJ (itl, W110 LAUGH'S Of all the chiarnis, both intl h and physical, whlich th G(reat c(a ua 1 b ,ý)l to w e l ,11 1 1O w , ' '"lir,! ,0 Tihe niost lo1 ilhe git s in t- Ill, are thos with a al ny Itos. itio few people like t.Io quiet , 0 girl othieir likoe the gi l i i ilitf0: potually viVILui, and L b i,, Iori wi t sit lti halippy (IIipositi oi, i of I thii chii acter e'ire wor ( extivi alntly hoisterouis I 'or di.kil tlly qi"t 10They have a pleasiant sm-ilo f ut one, They never seein troubl. s ory rled( their voice is low and ro u 'i a1d their smilo. bo they Pretty sical is always sweet, c 0tt. The only trouble that the S1i,,, temnpored girl Ihas to contend witl hI her popanrity, Everyone wants to tal. to tier and We in hor compnhv Yoity neon are attracted to hor without lfoi,( on er part, for her character o, it'self so plainly in her actious, yoling men aro so delighted with t1( cheeriness and sympathy of her nature tl ht. they are. drnlan to her it onac And wha...

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