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The Very Latest. Melbourne, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
The Very Latest, Melbourne, Tuesday evening, Wheat,-Market dull and weaker, RIports to hand show that the rainfall huas been diusappointing in many din. trioteo, April delivery, 3/8j; May June, 3/9 . London and Liverpool osblo a weaker market. Flour, £9, Oats, 1/0 to 1/O0, ObChff, £3/10 Hay, Lb, Potatoes, £5, Onions, £5/1i, The Premiers' Conference was opened at State Parliament House to-day by the Stato G(lovernor, Sir Arthur Bbaanley. All the itates were represented bus Tasmania, The Governor expronsed regret at thebo absenoe of a delegate from that St te, Hie Excellenoy further remarked that the financial quesrtions to be discussed were important, andI he hoped theo resnlts would be great and losoting. The Federal OCbinet held a meeting and disoussed mattere offecting the Commonwealth to be brought before the Prmioru' Conference. Lord Denman opened an exhibition of antique furniture at Federal Govern moent House, The proceeds are in aid of the Shakespeare theatre, The Ministor of...
SOCIAL. MAUNDER—NEWALL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
800IAL1 MAUNDER-NEWALfL, A very pretty wedding was celebrated at the home of 'Missoes Nesall, "Seven Oks," ' Elsternwlck, on Ithh alt,, when Mr. George Herbert Maunder, son of Mr. J. Maunder, of Wallaloo, and Miss JOeRsie Nowall, daughter of the late Mr. 0, Nowall, of Marnoo, wore united in the holy bonds of matrimony, The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. 'T. I. Newall, and was effootively attired in crepe embroidered vollo, A wroeath and voeil were also worn and a beautiful boutsuot was carried. The Rev, Green, of kilmore (Methodist), uncle of the bridegroom, performed tho cereiony. Missee Agnes Newnll and Mabel Maundor acnoted as bridesmaids and carried tanigo bouquets. The bridegroom wae attended by Mr. Bert, Reading, of \Wallaloo, while Mr. E. Duxon acnoted ao groomsnman. The travelling dross of tihe bride was a naze blue coat nd skirt; a black panon velvet hat with shaded feather mount completing an Effective costumeo, Tile bridegroom'u gift to tihe bride, which was wor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
50oo1a1 Mvort1ao0onta. JAS. ROWE & SONS, 110 UTO ANNOUNCEC SPECIALS FOR APRIL, Guns, Oertridges, and Shooting Requisites HOLLIS GUN, WITH 088OS BOLT, £6. IHollise Gun, with arose bolt and pigeon barrels, £7/10 CGenuine Hollie Guns, with ordinary fastener, £4/17/0 and £5/10 Slteven' Single Barrel Gun, 22/1 Stevens' Single Barrel Gun, with automatic ejector, 26/ tevena' Single larrel Gun, automatic ejector, Nitro. speolal steel barrel, 40/ and 411/ W. W. Greener's Dominion " Hammer Gun, £10/10 W. W, Greenoouor's " FEmpiro " llnammoueen Gunn, £12/10 Blonehill Guns at all prioes. A real bargain-Bonshill Gun, with croes bolt, a real beauty at £4/17/6 S Clarbrough and Johnston's Hammer Guns at £L/l1 and £7/l5 * Clarbrough and Johnston's Hammerless Gun, £11/15 * Maroon's (English Hamimerlees Gun, £0/10 S - CARTRIDGES CARTRIDGES CARTRIDGES lacok Powder, loaded by Kynook's, 1/0 packet " Aster" Smokelesa Powder, boaest value over Imported, 2 packest Kynoeo's Job OCartridges, Smokeless...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
LOQOAL AND GENERAL. Mr. P. 1, Rdwards invites tenders for pleking-up abotni 1000 acres on Tottington station, Messes, Bsird & lHogan, advertise bar. gains in blankets, They are also showIlng new millinary, costumes, jocketo, etc. A pionio, ball and supper will be held at Carapooee on Friday next, The prooceds will be devoted to the State school fund, Nurse E, Clarke, formerly of the St. Ar. nanud Hospital, has been appointeCd a sister In the Geolong HospItal, and takes ip duly there on Friday, Miss A, Pankhurst, daughter of Mrs. Panklhurst, the notorious London suffragetto, is at present on a visit to Melbourne, and is the guest of Mbis Vida Goldstein, Sonloraoonetable Willoex, of Woinomelang, has been transferred to the charge of Don. aid police station, vice Senior~oonstable Curtnin, transferred, The Rev, H. Staples, of St. Martin" Church, Charlton, has been appointed vicar of the Garmain parish, in the Riverina UlDstrict, He will leave for his new charge in May. Under the...
HEALTH LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
HEALTH LEGISLATION, Tim public generally will receive with satisfaction the announcement by the Minister for Health thab early in the coming session he proposes to introduce a comprehensive Health Bill, The many local governing bodies through. out the State will join in that satisfao tion, The latter have not been free from serious abortcomings in their ad. ministration of the exioting legislation. For reasons into which at the present time it la perhaps not advisable to go too closely, they have, in not a few asnes, permitted-. omn critics, indeed, say winked at-a condition of afflire that has constituted a scandal on local government and a direct monaco to the health of their particular communities. This sort of thing has been accentuated in the larger and more congested pentres of population, tb has required the outbreak of a severe epidemic to open the eyes of some of those who, from their official positions, are looked on as guardians of the pnblic health. It has invariably hap...
ONE-MINUTE CHAT WITH THE GIRL OF TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
ONE*MINUTE CHAT WITH THE QR181. OF TODAY, If there is one bit of advice to girls that could be rejeated and insisted upon with great advantage, it la tbli: Do some one thluig as well as it can be done, The day of the "gifted amateur" is past. We do not all have the strong bent nor are we nial li pelled by a vocation, but we can make up our minds that there shall be one thing that we will do superla* tively well. It niay be one of the so. called accomplishments or it may be one of the useful arts. Whatever it is, give your whole attention to it. U it is photography, mniake a study of it, if philanthropy there are schools whore one can learii to direct what often originates as mere impulse Into wise purpose. Learn to sew as you would learn to paint, and remember that all science lies back of cooking. If the day ever comes when a girl finds herselt Qompelled to depend on her own resources such training will be found of inestimable benefit, and if life offers nooluch problems she will b...
PIPE, CIGARETTE, AND CIGAR. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
PIPEi, GIGARETTH, AND CIUAH, 'Tho question au to which of the three forms of smoking, thu pi,", tho cigarette, or the cligar, lnttoducib the greatest proportion of uiutleii: lute the umolker'u yntelon haiu nevr ob. talnoed a conimpletely deciuive utiWCL, although it ha rcceivi(d i ul iduirablo discussion fiolo t1,113 to tbhe, At one, time ('inarki u Cep. tributor to a ircent niMl(rlo0 of 'The Lanccl") It wuu freelly auaerted that the tolbtcco which cuontalled ti highesat amount of nicotiicte noeuuar. ily toendud to be theu must injuriouu, no matter Ibu what forn it was almoked but wO now Iniow that the form o aokluing plays an ilportaut part, 'There w\a a theory that not is all three casuies was the original nicotluei in the tobacco conveyed Ia such to the mouth; sliouietlimes it was destroy. ed by offective combustion, while at other tilmes pyridineo was responsible for toxic effucts. According to this theory, which was all on the right track, the cigarette was least harmful, becau...
DATES OF COURTS. FOR YEAR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
DATES OF COURTS. FOR YEAR 1914, The following are bhe fixtures for the bolding of courte at go, Arnaud during 1914: SUiVUItmi Coulu. Tueeday, 12th May, Tuesday, 10th November, COUNTY COURT AND OGENRAL SESSIONS, Tuesday, 21ab April. Thursday, 13th August, Tuesday, 13th October, Wednesday, Orb Deceumber, criminal--D)ally, Civil and Licensoing-The Polioe Magisetrate will esib on alternate Fri. days, commencing from 9/1/14, Civil busiuoen will be conducted in the other week on Tuoueday,
LIBERALS AND THE SENATE PRE ELECTION BALLOT. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
LIBERALS AND THE SENATE PIRE ELECTION BALLOT, [ConTRu r ,] Members of the Liberal leagues have had no more important duty to die. charge than the approaching selection of six of the seventoen aspirants who are anxious to carry the party colors, should a double dissolution be granted. It is of vital importance that the pro, eloection should fairly represent the Liberal thought and Liboral sentiment of the wholo ttate. Even if some one wing carried its own men to the ox. clueoion of all others, Liberals generally would accept the maindate of this month when the actual election takes plteo, But a vary large, though quite uncer. tain, percentage of the electore is neither Liberal nor Labor, and its Ever doubtful verdict will be determined by the tact and breadth of view displayed when the leagues declare themselves. The pro ecotion poll will decide whether Victoria is to be represented or to be misrepresented in the next Parliament, If members of the leagues realion that, they will give...
MELBOURNE. MARKED PERSONALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
M ELBOURNE. (From our own Correspondent), MAIKEtI) RittISONALITtIE , The Rev. John Thomas is thblise vyear the president of the MethodistoCon forence, His comrades il the Metbodist ministry call him "John, the Beloved," His succesosion to the Presidontehip has come to him while he is in the prime of life, and by the genooeral consent of the Conference, He is a man strong enough to fill any pulpit and to control thebo biggest olrouits, yet he is one who never seeko controversy or publio notoriety, lie is one of the quiet workers of his church, HIe minds hsle own business and does not care what " the other follow " is doing, He came from Long Gully Churhob, BIendigo, where he was alwayo welcomed, and where some of his family are still active workers, His first charge was the now osettlement of Mildurna, 119 went there with the Chaffoys and bulk hble own church with his own hands. It is brue that the "bchurch" was little more than a bark butb, yet it was sufficient for the time, Mr. Th...
ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
ROWING. '!'ho Intor.Univeraly boat raooe hotwoon Oxford and Cambriddo on Saturday wan won easily by Oauibridgo. During the progreas of the race, an Impromptu stand arooted on a hrego at HaImmorramithI collapeed, and 100 spnotatore foll. Four. toen had limbs seriously fractured.
NEW POSTAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
NEW POSTAL RATES, The new postal rates, including penny postage on letters, came Into force on the ist of May, The reduced rates are as follow : THROUGHOUT 0)M MON WEALThIT AND PAPUA, Lotters, ld per ' oc, Letter cards, single, Id each, Do,, reply, id eaoch half, Post cards, slngle, ld each, Do., reply, Id each half. Printed papers, 0id per 2 oz, Books, printod-outsldo Australia, Old per 4 oz,.; in Australia, Oid per 8 oz, Magazinesoo-Printed in Australia, 0 d per 8 oz, ; printed outside Anostralia, Old per 4 os, "tIHInsard," Od per 12 oz, Commercial papers, patterns, sample, and morobandise, Id per 2 oz, OVERSEA DOMINIONS, Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea dominions, British colonies and protectorates, except the New Hebrides, Id per ) oz, NEW ZEALAND AND TUFE ISLANDS 'the rates to New Zealand, I' ji and British Solomon Islands are : Letters, Id 3 oz. Post cards, single, Id, Do,, reply, Id each half, Letter cards, sinagle, Id, Do., reply, Id each half, Ma...
LOCAL TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
LOCAL TELEPHONE EX' CHANGE. LIST OF SUIIBSCRIBERS, NAMrS. No. Avery, MDr. A. F., ...* . 87 Bank of New South Wales ,., 77 Banlc of Victoria ,,, ,,, 76 Bnnnett Dr. J. H. ... ,.. 27 Bell & Lorimer ... in 14 Blalceoley, A. B. ,. ,,, 68 Blenonw., F'. C. ,. ,,, 66 Blins, W. R.... ... *, 01 Boroach Oflioee, Town Hall ,o, 51 Bray, C. ,,, ,,. . ,, 64 Bray, Leoa. .., ,,, , 91 Bretew, Mise ,,. ,.. 104 Broadbent Bros, ,, ,,, 42 0Cemetery .it ,,, ,,, 09 Clover, F. P, ,,, ,,, 34 Cockhurn, 0. A. ,.,, ,, 81 Cooper, R. J. ,,. ,,, 08 Convent of Morcay , ,,, 45 Cougle, A. J. (with extension to private house) ,,, ,,, 11 Crone, Jas, ,,. ,,, .., 37 Darcy, Mrs .,, , t,,t 89 Davison, Rev, J, W, ,,, ,,, 67 Davies, F. E, ,,, ,,, 44 Dickinson, R, ,,, ,,, 67 Divola, A, ,,, t,,o ,, 31 Doyle, Rev. 0. ,, ,,, 23 Danley, H. W, (office) ... 3 Dunkley, H. W. (reseldence) ,,. 17 Dunlop, Mrs. P. A, .,. o, 97 Edwards, H, T. ,,, ,., (1 Edwards, , 'PT. (private honse),,, 8 Edwards, Emily ,, , 35 Estate A. Giles (...
RAINFALL. A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
RAINFALL,. A COMPARATIVE STAT'1MNENT, - I 10101 1011 1I12 1013 1014 Jan, ,., I74 j '11 .05 '03 047 Feb.,,, '00 I 573 107 1107 '08 AMri) I 4'42 101 I '0O 2'59g April,,, f '28 I '15 *37 I 180 May .. 1 105 2'06 '"20 224 June.,( 12'16 I 2'74 ( 2'20 1 '07 I July .., I307 1'45 I '5 307 1 01 Augusb I 182 'I '1 145 100 Sepb,,.. 285 318 I 411 I 210 o 1,,, 8 I'l '52 01'44 I 80 Nov .., 1'00 '06 1'431 0 38 Doeo, , '50 1 6 3 01 Oi 0.62 Tt'l In. 1 23.07 I 1052 I 18,54 I 1010 I
SHIRE OF KARA KARA. DATES OF COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
SHIRE OF KARA KARA., DATES OF COUNOIL MEETING The Kara Kara Shire Ooanoil will mFot on the followlng dates: April ... ,,, ,, 9 May ... .,, ,, 7 June ... ., .. 4 July .,, , .. ,,, 2 Augusb ... , .., 6 September ,, ,.. 3 October ... ,,. ,,, 1 Oactober .,, .,,.,, 29 Dercmber ,,, ,,, 3
RIFLE SHOOTING. GEELONG V. ST. ARNAUD. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. GEELONG V. ST. ARNAUD. A team representing the St. Arnaud Union visited Geelong on Saturday last and fired a match against the Goolono Union. Upon arrival on Saturday morn' ing the vislting team was accorded a civioc reception and welcome by His Worship the Mayor, Alderman ?, G. Garr, at the City Hall. The visiting ream was further entertained at lunch at the Union Club Hotel by the oeolong Union, After lunch the teame were convoyed by drag to the Geeolong ranges, when the match was immediately commenced, the conditions being--16 men asida (14 to count), 7 shots at 300, 500 and 600 yards. The weather conditions weore most unfavor. able from a shooting point of view, and consequently low scoring was the order of the day, Geolong eventuially proved victorious by 11 points, Upon rho conclusion of the nuatol the teams were driven back to the Union Club Hotel, and further entertained at dinner by the Geelong Union. Afioer dinner the visitore were the guests of the Qoolong...
RACING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
RACING. Mr. M, Wholan, of Donald, hae sold his goldina, Donald Knight, to Mr. I. Flrth, of Broken Hill. Mr. S. Griflith, formerly one of the V.1lO. V lipendiary ntnwarde, has reIagned hie position of handloapper to the Brle. bana preprietary oluhe, on the ground of ilI-holth, ft will bo remembered that Mr. Oriflrhe reeained his stipondiary engagement on accounnt of the work being " uncongenial and nnaetlefaotory."
NATTEYALLOCK V. REDBANK. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
NATTETALLOOK V. REDBANK. Following are bhe complete ecoree of above match commenced 28 h February last and continued on Saturday, 28Th ilt, J. Aetbary seoured 10 wlaketo for 22 runeo, faoluding the " ha trick." NATT3YALLOCA, R Cousene, lbw, b Murane ,,, Wal. Streater, a Murnane, b Smith ..,,,,,, 14 Wm. Streater, a Oudmore, b Moarnane ..,, ,,, 108 J. Streaeter, b Smith ,., .. 100 A. Streater, h Coato. ,,,,, 11 J. Aetbury, run out ... ,.. 45 H. Androews, a Dyall, b Smithb ... 0 A. WValker, b M uornano ,,, ,,, 0 A. Parsone, b Murnane ,,,,, 4 H, Marnane, a Coate., b Murnano ,,, ,, .,,, O A. Aetbory, not out .. ,,, 1 Sandries ,,, i, ,,, 12 Total,, ,,, ,, ,,, 300 REDmANK. A. Boarge, b Aetbury ,,, ,,, 2 J. Dyall, at Murnane, b Aetbury 10) 0. Smith, at Mornane, b Aetbury 9 F. Coates, b Aetbury ,,, ,,, 19 N. Murnana, b Aetbury,,, ,,, 206 J. Murnano, b Asibury,,, ,,. 4 M. COdmore, b Aetbary,,, ,,, 0 W, Argaill, b Aetbory ,, ,,, 0 R Perry, b Aetbury ,, *, 4 J. Grant, b Aitbury ,, ,,, 1 J. Will...