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The Very Latest. Melbourne, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

The Very Latest. Melbourne, Tuesday evening. Wheat.-Ma.rkbt iteadler; BMaroh de. livery, 3/0f to 3/10: Aprll.Jnue, 3/10k, Liverpool markeot oambled a frthitg deorr Flour, £0, Oatsi 1/11 to 1/11i ; feed, 1/10l, Chaff, £3/5, IiHay,, £ Potaltoes, £3/10 to £3/15, Unions, £6 to £0/S, The annual oonferenooe of the Manohester Uo'ly Order Oddellows was optned at Gteloung to.day, The Graudmaster, in his addreoss, said the total number of membero was 20,228, Ihe Women's Pl'olitial Aesociatios has asked the Premiers' Conlereno to receive a deputation on the White aSlavo Traro¢, Lieutenant Colonel Clarke, son ol the late Sir William Clarke, died l a private hospital fromn peritonitis, oontraoted at tihe military euocampment at lurrumbeet, A steanler has brought 300 immigrants to Victoria, and 500 for New South Walq, blesears Leo and HBardle, wounded in a bomb explosion at the Closer Bottlemeniot offlios are progressing well, An operation has been performed on Lee for tile renoval of a number of...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A STORE CUPBOARD. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

A STOJIE CUPBOARD, Every holusokeelr w asould try to into a store cupboard, so that in eases if emergaency and unexpected visitors shoe nhas somewhere to fly to, knowing dhe will find to her handl thie noes. :aries for mnk'ing especial dninty lishes which can be quickly made, Even if tihe housekeeping money is imited, it is possible to add some extra 'stand-byhv " to the cupboard each veek, Of course, ii means allow of it, it is very much more economical to lay in a aInrgeo store at once, and it lessens the tronblo of housekeeping wonder. fully. B]it if this is not possible, aii Cofew added each week will furnish il well in tinie, Soup squares, jollies in pnekets or hottled, or finnued fruitt sardines, bottled vegetables, dried herbs of all kinds, various essence, and ketohups, These are all inexpen. sive, and at any time a temping little repast can be made from them, Sugar, salt, ten, candies, sweetmants, rice, eto., must be kept in jars with lids, or tins with tight-fitting tops, ...

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

LOOAL AND GENERAL. Mr, Elmalie, leader of the Opposition in tlhe State P'arlimrent, will speak on State politics at the Town Hall on Friday evening oext at 8 o'clook, The death occurred in Washington last week of George 'Westingrhouse, 68 years of Ie, the famous livectrr of thie Westinug. 7nuse brake, He had over 200 patents itanding to his oredit, Mr, OCharles Harder, a clerk in the State Lsnd Tax D)epartlnent, has had a remark. able experience in the lmatter of acoldents,' )During the past seven years his shoulder has been dislocated no fewer than S9 times, The March issue of "Everylady's Journal' contains a very interestling article on the question of "Should Australian Girls Read Novels ?" The publication also has many other attroactions and fashion designs, Harry Lauder, the famous oomesdian, sailed rrom San Franoisco for Aetrealia last week. A oompany of artists is travelling with Lauder, whbose opening concert will take place in Melbourne on the llth of next tnonth, At the an...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FIRST EMPEROR OF JAPAN [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

1IHE FIRST EMIPEIOIl OF JAPAN The incideico of the pri.soclt war ha; not prvcrented the Jdupaneso fromii cel, brating, as usual, the aniversary o, their lil'st IEmperor, Jimuin, wrhos roign wras sonoe 660 years 1.C. Accord ing to legendary history, he diisen barlkeod t thio agre of tcro years atl Kasidr, in theo provirco of Sratsurra being accompanied bh' Iis rtrand':ather LlikohaI a Nunighi. Wrer he beeninrre slan lhe penetrated iuto the intenicor o t!ohe country and took up hiis alode ar irashiwaha.lrr a-No-[urja, at whiicl ploct thQ preoe'i-t Erapire of tire 1.ising Srt was founded, and where the toimbs o thio first Enperoro s are still preserved he fountlder of the line, which rae c,,n tinudr down to the pireseiti tireo reigued for seventy-five years, and dlied in iris 127th year, So runs thie legendI at least.

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

SKIMIMINGS, The dairy farmer now will have th find whether he has to feed his cowe through the winter for production oe reduction. If fed wisely, and well, he will noi have to wait half the summer fo! them to acquire strength to make r return in the dairy. Hlappily every year we see fewer of the old, sliposhod dairyfarmers. When a man is enlightened he never does it, and he Imust be enlightened or he drops cut of sight. IHe simply starves out-so beware! Plan now for variety and abundance of feed for the whole year, As much feed as possible shovld be grown on tihe farm and any lack should be pur. chased, for tihe well fed cow will pay back the outlay with interest the very •crt day. E]ecy dairymau, whether he keeps five cows or fifty, should grow a suec CeAs"on of succulent foods for thl If possible, milk the cow you intend to buy at least once beforo making iiul. your mnind, No fair-:uinded uman eal. object to your doing this; if ho does, look somewhere elso for your cow,

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

Spootal Advo1scmonts'. JAS. ROWE & SONS, BEG T' ANNOUNCE SPECIALS FOR FEBRUARY. Guns, C(rtridges, and Shooting Requisites HOLLIS GUN, WITH CROSS BOLT, £6. Ilotel Gun, with oros bolt and pigeooa barrels, £7j10 Genuinoo Hollie Gune, with ordinary fastener, £4/17/6 and £5/10 . Stevens' Single Barrel Gun, 22/6 Stevens' Single Barroel Gun, with autotalu.io rjctor, 25/ Sttve.n' Single larrel Gun, automatic ejector, ?lrro, spoolal stoeel barrel, 40/ and a45 W, \W. Greener' " Dottiton" Hlmmor U)n, £o0110 W, \V. Grccner's " fempirO " Hamnmorleae Gun, £12/10 Bonebll Ouns at all prices, A real bargu-in-Boneihll Gun, with orcees bolt, a ore?l beauty at £4J17/6 Clarbrough and Johnuston's Hammer GOne at £6/15 and £7/15 SCOlarbrough and Johnston'e lHammerloes Gun, £11/5 SMarason'a (English HlammeleesOGun, £9/10 CARTRIDGES CARTRIDiGES CARTRIDGES Ihlack Powder, loaded by Kynook'e, 1/O packet " Astor" Smokelesa Powder, best value over Imported, 2 packet Kynook'e Job (artridgee, Smokeless Powd...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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AN INTERRUPTER PAID OUT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

AN INTEIW1UP1IER PAll) OUT, Foote was Italking away one even. ing at, t dinn or table of a man of rank, when at the point of one of Ilis best storics one of the panrty inter cupted him sudde nly withi an nir of most cons;ideraie npology; "I be' our li'pardo, rI Foote, but your handlerchiic f is half out of y\u?r cocket. "'lIthank you, sanid Foote, re, lacing it., "ycu knuow the comlmny better than I do," and fluished his inha

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAINFALL. A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

RAINFALL. A COMPARATIVE STA''eMNT. - 19101 1011 2 1913 1 1914 Jan, ,.. 1'74 'l .05 08 03 47 Feb. ,,, 06 573 1' 107 1 08 March 4'42 1'01 '99 2'59 April... '28 '15 '37 1'50 May ., 3'051 2'05 '20 2-24 June.,, 2160 2-74 2'29 1'07 July ... 307 '1-45 307 1 01 August 1'82 *61 145. 1'60 Sept... 2'85 3'13 4'11 2 10 Oot, ... 113 *52 0'44 189 Nov.... 109 '00 1'43 038 Dec. .,, '50 136 301 0.62 Tt'l n. I 23.07 I 10962 I 18'54 1 10610 I

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THE NAUGHTY BOY AND THE GOOD ONE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

{E N4UGITITY BOY AND THE Sf),D ONE, *rs Walckum: "How did i th hh iivd.y boy of yoprs lturt ljii clf?' M'S asImIi r: nor 'Vhlit goI cI lit, ip I)Qv of yours hit himI on tho bi a WIth brick ."

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"A FINE DAY." [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

" A FINE DAY," Thel humour of thel Scotclunani doe. i4L qbIriys ssemu to wear the most :riulable comploxpo!!. Solonlo re. marked to an Aherdoian, "It's a fine F'a's (who's) finding fault w' the dlav P" was the not very civil reply. SYe wad pick a quarrel wi' a steen 8to1one) wa 'l"

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WANTED HER FULL TIME. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

WANTED I-HER FUjLL TIME. A hirer-out of cycles tells a funny story of a lady who returned with the back tyre of a cycle deflated and cut to piecesC, "You have punctured tile tyre and been riding about on it afterwards till It is ruined," said he, "Why did you. ,iot bring it back here at once?" She looked at him in great surprise, and calmly answered: "My hous VwaSlln't up.

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A LITERARY SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

A LI'TEERARY SUCCESS, Mlis Girton: "Did you never go in for literature, Mr GayP I have writ ten quite a number of little things myself." Mr Gay: "Well, I have not-er made a profession of it exactly. But once when I was at College I wrote a 'little story' andl got five pounds for it,." Miss Girton: "That was good-what vas it?" 'Mr Gay: "It was something like this: 'Dear Father, I'm broke; please send me five pounds.' He sent them,"

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A DOMESTIC EPISODE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

A\ DOMESTIC EPISODE. HIusband (after a little tiff): "That man Morgan says he could haveo cut me out, and have married you him self, if he had wanted to." Wife: "And so he could. I wish now he had done it." Husband: "I-e says he would have ,lone, but hie owed me a grudge."

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OF THE SAME MIND. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

/3i?? TlE SAME! MINDJ. .4ptis': "nfY dear fellow, I paint n pictur in twp daylSs and think nothing of it." Friend : "I am of your opinion 1" Frind

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A READY REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

4 IEADY REPLY. A London tourist met a ypiUng polfln going to the kirk, and, 'Is wa!0 aotI unlllsuil, sl)o was carryillg lior )oots in ho11' hind, qti)( trudging altng iar'foot, 4 My girl," said lie, " Ig it oustonifry ior all theo people in those parts to go )arefoot P" "Pairtly they do," said tho girl, 'and pairtly they mind their own busi. less."

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ANOTHER KIND THING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

ANOTIIER K IND THING. A Sunday school teacher was gh. ing a lesson on R?uth. She wanted to bring out the kindness of Boanz in 2onunanding the reapers to drop large handfuls of wvheat. "Now, children," she said, "Bonz lid another kind thing for Rluth. Can Iou tell me what it was?" "Married her," said one of the girls.

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QUEER ANGELS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

QUEER ANGELS. A little country girl of three years wvent with her pirents to London, and staved at a boarding house. She was put to bed by her mother on the first night, with the words, "Now, go to sleep, darling, and remember the amin gels are flying about your little crib and keeping you from harm." A few minutes later the pntter of little feet was heard and a little wvhite, robed figure emerged from the bed rooml. "Why, darling, what's the matter?" said the mother. "I don't like the angels," sobbed the little girl. "Why, dearie, why not?" 'One o' th' anol s bit me."

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WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

WIT AND I{t7IMOUR, Wife (whoso mother has been visib .ng them for six months): "What shall I give mamma for a birthday present, deaor?" Husband: "Suppose you give her a travelling bag?" Cheerful Gentleman on Board Steamer: "Well, old chap, have you Ihad breakfast?" Pale and Disheovelled Gentleman shortly): "No, 1 have not had break, 'ast, Quite the contrary" Customer (boing measured in flash onableo tailor's shop): "By the way, vlht's your price for a suit?" Tailor: "Ten guineas, sir, HIow asany pockets would you like?" Customer: "No pockets at all. I hn't need any wlhein I've paid your sill,. "Vot vas your fare?" asked the for. .ign gentleman of the London cab. alan. "Half a crown, Count," was the re. ply, "Is dot not too nlmuch?" "Ah, Count, I see you are a know. i g uin. No use trying to cheat you. ihe right fare is only two and sir. Ihank you, my lord." "You're a swinidlcer, sir," said the iery old gentlceman to the grocer, "and :'ll never enter your shop again." Next day, howev...

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DATES OF COURTS. FOR YEAR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

DATE8 OF COURTS. FOR YEAR 1914. The following thre b fixtures for the holding of courtse at St, Arnaud during 1914, SuPviIIn COURT, Tueeday, 12th May, Tueoday, 10th November, COTNJ'I COURT AND ENEIRAL SESIO81, Tuesday, 21st April. Thursday, 13ch Augusb, Tuesday, 13th October, Wodnooday, 9th Decwmbor, Oriminal-DLily, {ivil and Licensing-The Polieoo Magiotrate will eit on altornato Fri. dayo, commenoing from )/1/14, Civil busineses will be oonduoted in theo other week on Tuesday,

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DID NOT GET IT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 March 1914

DID NOT GETC IT, The Girl's Mother (interviewing an intended): "Do you drink, sir?" The young man hesitating, the lady sternly and in a louder tone repeated the question. "Do you drink, sir?" The young mani yielded., "Well, if you insist, madnam, I don't mind a sumall glass." Tlhe girl's mother was an abstainer, so he did not get either the liquor or lthe girl,

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