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AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION, No great questions have been discussed at the annual conferenc of the Austra. llan Natives' Association this year, There are strongly marked lssues in politico, and the more strongly marked the party issues the more chary is the A.N.A, of taking part in them, It is part of the penalty of admitting mon of all phases of thought into its ranks that the A.N.A. may educate the oleo tore on national quoetiono, but may not carry thpm Into effect, As soon as great questions pass tho educational phase and get within the ambit of the politician, party views govern them and the educational force is pushed aslde, The A NA. could do good work on many Foderal questions, but because the party lines are so otriotly drawn, and there is such divided opinion within the Assooiation, its power for good is limited, This year's record of the Assooiabion is one of continued progrees, It s not so long ago sooce the Board of Directors was making efforts for a membership of 20...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
LOOAL AND GENERAL. TIhe following yontleneln have bosn oleoted on Gro Oro Villiago oschool committee : Meoiar H, IKnights (dorrespondont and chair man), Mr, I), M'Pl'horson (Iroasurer), C. Robbine, J. Laungdon and J. M'Intyre. l)urlng the progroaes of a polo matoh at aeolong on Wednoesday, Mir, Jaok Lomprloro, one of Melbourne's oldest playoro, was killed, lie erosesd In fronl of an oppoolug player, and he and the pony fell heavily, Mr, Lemiprliere' skull was badly fraoctured, Mr, H, W, P, Brotherton has boeen appointod poatmaster at St. Arnandl, He has hoad charge of tlhe Swan Hill postb cflioo for some tlmo, Ibt i expecteo d Mr, Brother, ton will take up his dutiea In St, Arnaud in the coureo of a few weeooksl, Local and dietrloh rinfoino n are acain reminded that the annuial uatches of the North.Western l)itriot Rtiflo Olube Union take plaeoo on Tuieooday and Wednesday Neoxt, Over £100 will bo distlributed in prize money, Mr, V. Farnsworth, of Moonambol, who hias taken uip land a...
[?] DON'T TRAVEL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
vn a 1 v)oNrT TRAV&I.. By the Cantankerous Crank. iiew men are so competent to spoal f foreign countries, their scenery iles and national life as myself. I am the most widely, stopped-at tonio nlan of the present day; and yet veniture to say, I know as mubch ,Iout forelgn countrloi as the mar tho has walked round the world. I lon't say I know as mich of what they ire like as hB does; but I know a good ceal more of what they are reprosen, ed to be and what they ought to be ike--and this, after all, is the groanl deal of travel, Take Paris, for instance, I have io·er been to Paris, yet I venture tc lay I am a much better judge of itt tabhits and sights than most people, I now from reading what Paris oughi .o be like; others merely know what t is like. From my point of view sarls is the sublimost of dreams. It a one gorgeous succession of fint rtrects, beautiful churches and galler os, avenues planted ywith exquislte roecs; gaiety is everywhere, and tht own is one bla?ze of glo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
Baioa NC#008a. VIOTORIAN producers' Co Operative Co. Ltd. Head Ofioa-Ii45 Oollineult., Melbourneo, Grain Shod-Wllliamstovwn. Wool, Hide, and Skin Stores, DAIRY PRODUOE. Stook S~le-Molbourne, Bondigo, Sun. bnry and Ntaginbio. Land, Estate, and Insuraanoo Ageonte, SBags, Manures, Oils, Twine, Gro. carnes, rea, &o. ENQUIRIES INVITED, P.&O. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS LEAVE MELBOURNE EVERY ALTERNATE WEEK FOR MARSEILLES & LONDON Calling at Adelaide, Fremantle, Colombo, Aden, Port Said, Gibraltar, Plymouth en route With Vpermiaicn to call at Brindisei FIRST and SECOND Saloon only Return Ticket to Europe available for Two Yaours RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY To FREMANTLE Sinle £7 IlO, tio £9 10,. Return £11 10,, to £14 5,. To COLOMBO Siongle £27 I0. to £34 2.. Return £40 14A. to £50 12.. To BOMBAY and CALCUTTA Siale £29 14.. to £37 8,. Return £44 to £56 2,. To MARSEILLES Sinle £39 12,, to £78 2., Return £66 to £116 12.1, O To LONDON Sinalo £41 16,. to £82 10. Return £69 6.. to £12...
AGRICULTURE. SHOULD SEED POTATOES BE CUT? [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
AG RIC ULTUR E, SHOULD SEED POTATOES BE CUTP The almost universal practice df po. Ito growers in this country is to out eed potatoes down to two or three Yes, thus decreasing the costa o lanting, which is' always heavy in Towing potatoes unless you do as ome people have been known to do, ttempt to grow a small patch from he _potato peelings, Potate growers n Europe who have made this a iatter of special study apparently void this method, They plant what hey call big seed, usually from 1500 o 2000 pounds an acre. This seems xtravagant, yet many large growers ollow this method, using even more. According to the report of Consul. leneral Mason, the same method is dopted in Germany. Many of the nost highly educated and progressive armors plant as much as 1.960 lbs., ir 36 bushels of 60 lbs,, per acre. Wh'lile terr orf yum rrjndwar ,rul do ww o risk such heavy planting on tho vhole field it would certaili be ad. risable to try it on a part of it, or II a few rows, We believe there is oun...
HINTS ABOUT THE HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
HINTS ABOUT THE HAIR. It Is a matter of common agroolmon among hair specialists that people nl low thoir hair to die through want o. exerclso. Under the skin which coven tho head are sovoral muscles, ann these are never stirred Into activity Ahe result boing that they do not per torm their proper function, consequent ty tho skin is insufflclently nourishe and the hair gradually dies. "Wo men," thie export continues, "do no become bald, and the reason is I) cnuso they spend much more tlirn combing and arranging their hair that Inon do. During this operation tih skin on the head is stirred Into ac tivity, and as a result the mPuscles ro toini active oud the hair n1ourishles it is evident, thoroforo, that the bos wnay to prevent baldness is to rub the skin frequently and vigorously, fo) inleoH this is dsone the musclon wll be unable to supply It with tho prope amount of nourishment." A fool can l)l r adversity, but onb lho wlso can stand Drosuorlty,
The Very Latest. Melbourne, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
The Verv Latest, Melbourne, Friday lvolnin Whesh?.-Tluh miarkot /Vatierlly i, iw looally, For A rll delivery, ar. . helk at 3/06 i buyer lquoto 3/:I ule, expe ti d at buyet'e price, Jti -.1111N 0 1/106li i ood, 2/36 ; f",e,, jg 1 . lo1 £4/16, Onioja, ka, ' oll in tho liih Couuit, five judgeas lcde(l thle wore unable to ilorvioIOI n li4 a1 n oe a to the (qubetio wihau iu a dlepiauto tui th whole easo a la been argled atil eull lh applloatlio for prohiblilon, j iot to litha eid Bturton dilajicteil, il J, IngllH, a 6quatter, of liallain, War £1 each on three chargiea at the l llard Court of having dIIllldcd three .i.be Ingl ? the Australian Workert Union Iseoalll re weoro lmembloie of the JUnlo, y Patrclk ?hanu, a dLary fattter, Wllk by lightn ing at Toiepleatowe whia lle f maize with a Icythie, Hoavy rain tell In Melbourne tody, 4 the Courte it beoo mo so dark that ondlr wore lighted, Thie ]!rectoh oterner St, Paul .truoi rook at Cape Moreton, near Urlabane, t ld, night and sank Immne...
PRODUCE MARKETS. Geelong, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
PRODUCE(I MARKE'TL4, Geolong, Wedneloday, l'heepakins,-?Tlhe demand aontinlues good, ard spirited omprpttiou for oll llaoes at late full rates, Oreein skih-lorino and oomoebaoks (full woole), froi OOd to l'20d eachl coarse crosbred (full wools), from 84d to O9d each; *prihg lamb. skinl, small to medium, 42d to 614d; largo and superior, from b3d to 72d each polte, merino and comeback, small to msedium, 21d to 48 ; largo and Euporior, i4d to d6Od crossbrede, small to medium,, 24d to M4d; Isrge and superIlor, 60d to 7'2d coh, Dy shines-Meoriuo ard comeback (full wools) trom 8d to Sjd per lb.; orosebreda (1ll wools), from 7t1 to 72d per lb; spriung lambkino., merinor, from 7gd to 7,fJ oross brod., 7d to 7jd per Ib, I pollst, merino andl oomuoback, Od to 7d or creshredse, il to Id; short staples merino, 6d to 5? ; orosbroLds, Gd to 0d; dead arud weavily, 4I to .ld pet Ib, llide,.-Hides in, good condition were well competed for, anid prices oompare very favorably wilth late rates, Ilutl?n...
ST ARNAUD PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
8T ARNAOI) IPROI)DJUIU MAIUK?T, I, T. IEd wards report :- Wheat, 3/5 to 3/6 in grarin ahW, Osts, 1i/7 to 1/, Polte, 4d to gd por lb 1 lambs, to Od per Ib,1 rsbbit, 6d; hides, 4?d to (I,
COMMERCIAL. MERCURY Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
0OMMEROIAL, lI!EtuvnY Oflioe, Friday evening., WIOL0UALJS, ItETAUIL ttlour, 8/17/60 IFlour, 160lb,( bag 15/6 Chal', £3 Ohaft, 41 Ifreah Butter, dairy, Froesh butter, lOd i Od; Feaotory, 1/2 Featory, 1/4 Eggfs, 9t lefgg?, 101 Baoon, 1/1 Bacou, 1/2 Oheeseo, 81 ObCees, 10?d Pollard, £6/5 per ton Pollard, 1/3 llran, £15/5 por toll Bran, 1/3 Potatoes, 6/0 Potatoco, 1/9 per qr
PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
PROPERIY SALES, Mese?,, 0. M'Kechnl aud Uo, re~ort selling by private oontract on account of Mr., Wil, WVdtso, of Dryedale, ab a satlsfeotory oash prioe, 4i3 aocres and 134 acroes freaholl, at Middle Creek, Mesoere, II. Perry and \Win, Torney being tho respective irohalle.rs, Also on account of Mr, Jnesi Cunnlchoain, allot, 4 aund SA, township of Ore Gro, 6 aores and 5 perobhes, to Mr, HLarry utsnling, (ro Gre Village,
LIVE STOCK MARKETS. St. Arnaud, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
LIViE 8TOCK MARKIETB Sti, Arnaud, Thursday, Masters, , M'Keaohule nd Co, report: The letal yardlings were--16659 store sheop, 135 fat shoop and lambs, aid 7oattle, There was a falr attendanoo. Opening sales for atore shoecp were dull, but thel demand in. proved as sales progressed, cloning at in. proved ratesa on last week's sales, Fat sllhep) were sparsely represented and prioces ex oeptionally good, and the low lambs pouned, whioh were rather better qualiy than recent yardlings, i?iade extreme rates, Catile, Only a oouplo ot medinum q(uality beef yarded, niking fuill rates, and the few young cattle also sold wll, Fat tI wri, flir quality, cold from 18/6 to 18/7, others to 16/2; pirmue x Iba 17/3 to 18/3, other fromin 14/i to 1l/; do merino 1i5/t to 17/7 m and cl wvro, 4 t 4 o 4 years, 13/6 to 15/, according to cotilition ; x weaneros 13/1 to 14/11; 4 to fin in owes, good condition, nlu lII to ,in ramns, 14/t to 14/10, otlhers to 13/; Ii atd 6 yr old do t )3 ; 4 and 6 vr old do, in...
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
NGHIOULTFi AL 80CIE1TY '? COMMITTEE MEETING. Mi A meeting of the committee of the Pt' i., Arnaud Agrioultural Society was M ield in the Town Liall on Thursday norning, there boing present-Dr. C. m( R: Fleming (president), Moaera. W, at d'Donald, 0, W. Pilgrim, J, 0. Smith, we r. Telford, D. Rose, J, M'Donald, T. fli Marohmont , J Ptrie, W. Thain, W, M , Rowe, T, Walsh, J. Michael, G, Barratt, E. Receigb, H, T. Edwards, 1, O'Shaunauay and D. Harley, CONDOLENCO, The president feelingly referred to ihe recent bereavement Guftered by a th nnmber of committee, Mr, J, Mackay, Ou by the death of his mother, He moved (1 that a letter of condolence be forwarded th o Mr. Mackay,-Tho motion wea seconded by Mr, D. Rose, and carried luanimously, dt COfUREBPONDENOE, at From the Stawell Agricultural Society, notifying that the next annual Phow would be held on the 15th and w 16th of Septomher,-Received. P From T. Proub Webb, Oommisoioner 2ý of Tixee, replying to sooiety'o letter of 1 'O0th Februar...
MINING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
MININQ ITEMB, Lord Neleon Oo.-Rlport for fortnlight oendln March 23 -24!80 f~. levol-''The atopee over thle level show an avorPago of 4 ft. of payable atone. 2400 fr, Ilvol The winuo on tho weOtOrI rOOeef l down 3 ft,, land shows ?ba ft., of payfbeh ?tono, lTheo atopoe ovor thls levol allhow ni lucoreaseo In width of atone, Yaluoo remalin uln. changed. Orushed l70O tons, lThe sands and limoo plants are working at full oapaolty, All plant is worklutng well. Yield (mouth), Previonae Y?iold, Tone. Oze. Toneus, Ozm. Stone Crulsheod 1515 n280~P 1 CyanIde , , .. *1 ... 27 Slime. ,,, . 154 . 22, Pyrites (oetd,) .. 123 ,,, 130 Total oi1, IliS ,, 087 St,. Arnaud North Gold Mino, March 27th.-All Ilbor on battery creotlon to push on with smoe. Holdlng the watoer , only front undorground,
AVON PLAINS. BATYO CATYO WATER SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
AVON PLAINS, BATYO.OATYO WATER 80HEME, (From our, own Corroeapondent,) The roferonooe I made recently, re the matter of filling the local lakes from the Batyo0atyo channel has awakened a cono eiderablo amount of interest among tile many admlrers and patrona of the LCakes who will not be lackinig in their efforts to give effeot to thbla proposal as soon as the opportunlity preosents itself, In your last issue I notlIced that it has also resurrected onur old friend ' Ratepayoer," who still has vlilons or nloon., We were it hopes that as the Water Uomnlslion has taken con. trol of l3atyo.Oatyo and its flood waters thatb thils phantom whlob has haunted our friend for over 30 years and blookod overy sohonieme for the filling of the Lakes, would have ceased to obasour Ilis mental vision, but not so, ili ploturee of a flood on the Avon coming over to the Lakes is an event which has happened throe times within the last .0 years, and only once of any Inm portanoe, on which occasion thie loca...
ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
ANNUAL MEETING, Th'leo annual meeting of mbmbers of i he oocioty was held in the Town Hall n Thursday afternoon, the president Dr, , H, Fleming) in the chair, and heore was a good attendanOce, IALANCE HJIEET, The balanoce.ruset, abowing a balance luI to the bank of £368/1l, was dopted, ANNUAL dEKPOit'. The annual roporb of the committee Nas as follows :--We have pleasure in ,roeenting our report for the year ended 38:hb February, 1914, rand hare to con. :ratulate memberse on the continued arosperity and succees of the society, 'he last allshow was one of the most ucooe?sful held,--The presidenout re marked that theo sooioty was in a very satisfactory position, Ho regretted thatb he was away from St.b Arnaud on tho occasion of the last sbow, but hli absence, as they were aware, was uun avoidable, It was pleaoing to know that the uahow had been uauces?ful, and that a proith of betweeoon £60 and £70 bad been made, besides which a number of permanoent improvemento had beeoon etected to ...
DRUIDS' GALA AND AUSTIN HOSPITAL BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
DRUIDS' GALA AND AUSTIN HOSPITAL BAZAAR., The Druids have decided that this year the proceeds of their Gala Art Union and Bazaar shall be devoted exclusively to a CharLy whose bone. fits are STRICTLY RESERVED FOR THE IIELPLESS PO():. \VJO ARE AFFLICTED WITH INCU IlABLE DISEASES, namely, the AUSTIN HOSPITAL, HEIDELBERG, which provides accommodation for 230 ln mates, and is but with oilne exception the largest medical Cha:ity in the State, the cost of maintenance an. nually being over £11,500. Such an object whose noble work, In addition to relieving thile worst forms of human suffeoring, is a per manent safoguard of public health, they feel confident cannot but meet with your sympathy and approval, and they therefore rely upon your genor. ous support and co-operation in the task before them, There Is no sharper sting in the pathos of the Austin than in cases where strength fights hard. Greater agony there may be-the cancer wards are full of histories of such ghastly torment that it m...
GOOD HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
GOOD HEALTH. Following are lines by Sir Alfred Power: "There's a skin without and a akin rwithin, A covering skin and a lining akin; But the inner skin is the skin without Double inwards and carried through out; The mouth, the nostrils, the wndpiope and throat, Are all of themn lined with this inner coat, Which through every part is made to extend Lungs, liver and bowels, from end to end, The outside skin is a marvellous plan For discharging the dregs of the flesh of man; \While the inner one taken from the food and the air What is needed the waste of the ilesh to repair. With clothing and exercise keep your self warm, And change your clothes quickly if drenouched in a storm;
TEACHING HIM ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
TEACHING HIM ECONOMY. "My boy;" said tihe old man, kindly, as he poked the 'ack parlor doorway about 11 p.m., where his prospective son-n-lawnv, Charles,, sat courting Eliza with the gas turned on full force, "are you aware that the moon is shining brightly this evening? Just see," and the old man turned the gas out, "Just observe, my boy, how the moon's yel low rays light up thiu room. Truly it is a glorious spectacle. But come with me a moment; I have something in the cellar which I wish to show you." Then the old man took hIls bull'u-eye lantern and led the way down the col lar stairs, closely .followed by Charles. "My boy," said he, softly, as ihey reached tie collar, "I know you love Eliza with all the strength of your no. ble heart, and you love to meet her often, and let mte say that I have no objection whatever to your doing so; I simply request your gresonce in this cellar that I might give you a much needed and useful lesson in economy. Observe, young man, the little box o...
Reflection. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 March 1914
IReflection, An old liiay found Dolly crying bit itely ;and stopped to see what was the "You mustn't cry like that, child, ('ryliag makes little girls ugly," Dolly stopped crying 'long enoughl to look at her. "leoo!" she sail, "You must have criid a lot when you were little."