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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. REDBANK ASSOCIATION. NATTEYALLOCK V. MOONAMBEL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
SPORTING NOTES. OFIIOKET. REDBANK A800SSOOIXATION, NATTZYALLOOK V. MOONAMB EL. The above teame wet at Moonambul on Saturday, Hot Maroh, when Natteyallook seored an easy victory. Followingl were the csorse : UOONIAUfL, B. Oriok, b Coaeeono .., ,,, 12 T. Wright, b Astbury ,,, .me 1 F. Cudnaore, b Cossone ,,, .,, 0 T. Rope, lbw, b Astbury ,, 0 P audmoro, b Coseen .,, ,,, 20 H. Moylo, b Aetbury ,,,,,, 1 I, Turner, b Cocsetne ,,, .. 9 J, Muordoch, a Andrewe, b Coaonse ,,, ,,, t 2 B. Slater, b Aaetbry ,,, ,,, 0 J. Fitagerald, b Aetbury ,,, 0 ,. Courier, not oat ,,. ,,, 1 Sundries ,,, . . ,,, 6 T otal ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, 09 Bowling,--Astbury, 0 wlekoets for 20 tane; Oomons, 6 top 38; Streoter, 0 for 10. NATTUYALLOOL, R. Coicens, b Slater ,,,,, 12 J. ttreeter, a Wright, b Slatoer,,, 8 A. Streeter, tt Murdooh, b Slater ,,, ,,, 7 Wal. Stroeter, Turneor,,, ,,, 8 H. Andrews, b 'sater ,,,,,, 11 J. Aetbury, h Sator ,.. ,,, 6 A. Astbury, b Sater ,,, ,, 10 A. Walker, ci Murdooh, b Cad. more .,,,, ... ....
LAGUNO V. OAKLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
LAGUNO V. OAKLANDS, On Saturday last, 28-h nlbt., Laguno team ,journeyed to 0.klands court, where a very interesting and exciting game was played. Afternoon tea Was provided by the Oaklanda ladies The following are the s3orse, Liguno lbeing the fire mentioned in every case: Mr. P. Hinese and Miss E. Sparrow beat Mr. T. Bath and Mrs. A, 0, Bath, 8--; Mr. W. imnes and Mr.. J, Grewar loot to Mr. L, Bath and MiNss Andrew, 4-6 ; Mr. B. fliner and Mrs. T. Barratt loat to Mr. W. Tucker and Misn I, Oxley, 1--3 ; Mr. A. 8parrow and Mrr: A. Hines lost to Mr A Bath and Misso Alallinoon, 3--6, Ladles' doubles-Mrs. J, Growar and Miss E, Sparrow loset to Mrse, A. (i, Bath and Miss Andrew, 2--ti; Mrs. T. Barratt and Mrs, A. Hines beat Miases M. Maillinson and I Oxley, 6 3, Gonta'. doubles-Moeesrs, P. and W, Hinee boat Mesors. T. ind L Bath, 6 -3; Mesrs, B. I-Hines and A Sparrow lot to Messrs. WV Tucker and A. Bath, 3-6. Totale-Laguno, 3 ents 35 game ; Oaklands, 5i sots 38 games,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
HACKING UOUOR. " For shous two ynare my son Erio had 4 nasty haaking cough." says Mr. Albert W. Coleman, " ('aramba," Monour street, Dulwich Hill, N.6.W. ":Then I gave him Chamborlain'a Cough Remedy and after a few domee noticed he had greatly Improved, liefore we had given him the whole bottle his conugh had completely dlsappeared. UHe is now strong and well and aloing weilght daily" Sold by all storekeepere, JOIN THIE ARMY of those who hove tested the wonderful urative vrirtue of I)r. Sheldon'r Maouetto Liniaoent. It lves qulok relief and speedy oure whenever applied to a burn, hlletor, bruise, or a pain or sore of any nature, Prloo, 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable everywhere., Of all soeonooe has done In the marlch of progreeo dluring the past century, porhaps nothing is more mar kai than that in the farming community, The old Iayseeood, as he was termied 60 years ago, with blia single furrow plough, scaottering the oeed with hin handa, reaping the harvest with hise soythe andi going to t...
SWANWATER WEST V. COPE COPE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
SWANWATER WXE8T V. COPE COPE, A very onjoyabln afternoon was Ipenb on Sturday1, `?ttu MarDI3, eb bhO Swanwater Weab Courb. Copo Oope mot and defeated the home team by 11 gameos. Afternoon tea was provided by the ladies of the Swanwater West team, Following are the detaile, the first-named in each stcob representing Bwanwater West:-Mr, Q. Jaokson and Mise Morley loset to Mr. 0. Qilmour and Miss Leeder, 5-6; Mr. 1). Hodge and Mise V. WellO lost to Mr. J, Gilmour and Mrs, Orosbie, 3--6; Mr. F. B3awdeu and Mie EI. Welle beat Mr. eoony and Mrs. Pitt, 6-3 ; Mr. and Mrs. Tyson boeat Mr. M'Olelland and Miss 0, Pope, 6-4, Gente', doubles--Mesers, ,D. lodge and F. Bowdon lost to Mooere, FPeny and Gilmour, 1-- ; Mosors. Tyson and Jackson beat Messrs. M'Olelland and Gilmour, -.4, Ladies' doubles Misses V. and E, Welle loest to Mrs. Orosbie and Mro. Pitt, 2-U ; Miss Morley and Mrs. Tyson lost to Miours Laeder and Pope, 1-0, Totale-Oope Oope, 41 games ; Swanwater West, 30 gamoe.
TENNIS. ST. ARNAUD TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
TENNIS, 8T. ARNAUD TOURNAMENT. pleadid nomainations have been re. elived for the tournament to be held duor i Eseter, in connection with the St Arnaud Tennis Club, Amongst the out aide districts whloh will be represented arc Mildara, Blrohlp, Laaoelloe, Woomelang, Marnoo, Donald, Kinnabulla, Sanwaater, Gooroc, Trafalgar, and Lancefield. The entries are : Genb's. Singles,--0 Do Garis, A. W. Davey, J. Treasy, A. Y. Dettman, W, H. Edwarde, W. N. M'Olelland, B. B. Loel, P. Schafer, 0. Lamplough, L. Bath, T, Bath, T. Oasey, J. Feony, H. J. Rowe, A. B, Goller, H, V. Goller, A. Smalb, D. J Roes, W, Blues, P. Hines, R. Ryan, C. J. Pawsey, M. Murray, J. O'Donnell, M. Caine, MI, M'Kow, B. Duggan, J, J, Feeny, T. Rlooney, H, Bray, T Holmes, F. Broderick, T. Murphy, T. Searf, J. Soar#, H. Holland, W, Tucker, A. Broderiok. Gent's, Doubles.-Tucker and Hines, Soarff and Rows, Murphy and Rooney, Holmes and Crone, Broderlik and Meyers, Smart and Ryan, Duggan and Feeny, IM'Kew and Caino, Murray and O...
ANDERSON—GODWIN. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
ANDERSON - GODWIN The marriage of Mr. Alex, Anderson, jun., of Marnoo, Son of Mr. Alexander Anderson, Rupanyup, and Miss Alma Margaret (Daisy) Godwin, daughter of Mr. G. R. Godwin, of Berrlwlllook, was celebrated in the Presbyterian Church, Berriwillock, on the 18th March. The officiating minister was the Rev. Adams of Sea Lake.
OBITUARY. MR. JAMES E. NEVILL [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 1 April 1914
OBITUARY. MR. JAMES E. NEVILL The death occurred on Saturday last of Mr. James E. Nevill, a well- known resident of the Stuart Mill dis- trict. Deceased, who was 43 years of age at the time of his demise, was the victim of a serious blasting accident at the Lord Nelson mine, and he had the misfortune to lose the sight of both eyes. This happened 13 years ago. During the past three years his health had been anything but satisfactory, and he was confined to his bed since Christmas. A widow and five children (the eldest about 14 years of age) are left to mourn their loss. The interment took place on Monday at the Stuart Mill cemetery, the burial ser- vice of the Church of England being read by Mr. Farrant.
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 April 1914
BOWLING, Representatives of the Birohip Bowling icub vislited St. Arnaud on Wednoeday afbternoon, and played a matoch against local players, Altogether four rinks were en. gaged In the competition, which eventually resulted, after a most interesting aeries of play, in victory for St. Arund by half+a. dozen pointse, The resulte of the various rinks wore as follow:-No. 1-St, Arnaud 17, Blrohip 10, No, 2-St. Arnaud 17, Birohip 27. No, 3-St. Arnand 28, Birohip 0. No, 4-St. Arnaud 20, llirohip 24. Totals-St. Arnad 82, Blrolhip 76. The rvisitors were entortained on the green in the afternoon, and at dinner at the St. Arnaud Rotel In the evening.
TENNIS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 April 1914
TENNIS TOUIIRNAMENT, A trophy for ladice, presented by Mir. Hodgson, was played for on the Cope Copo Court on WVednesday. Owing to rain setting in at a late hour the final was not played. Mrs. J, Crosbie has still to try oonoluaions with Miss Leeder, Follow, log are the results :-41is Pilgrim (16) 45, Mis. Gilmour (25) 50 pointe; Mrs. Pitt (scratch) 50 points, Miss 0 Londer (30) 410; Mrs. J. Croeblo (4) 50( points, MiWo M'Carthy (25) 44; Miss Leoder (eoratch) 50 points, Mite C, Pope (12) 31; Mrs. M'Lonuan (80) 50 points, Mi.. Hodgson (80) 48, Seconnd round-Mrs, I'tb (soratob) 390, Miss Leader (acratch) 80 points ; Miss Gilmour, bye. Third round- Miss Leader (saoratch) 50 points, Mias G(ilmour (26) 48; Mro. Croeble, bye. Miss Looder (eoratch) and Mrs. Croeble (4) to play off, A tourna. mont for gentlemon for a trophy, presented by Mr. Pitt, was commenced on Friday, 3rd April,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 April 1914
BUOUII'T A 1 OTTLhF. " I had palisa in my logs whlioh the doctor aatd was trhoumatism," writes Mr. Roba, Coohraneus, Builder, WVaimlha, N, Z, " lls ktlotion d(lid me no good and I audfrod mistry. I saw a friend usein nome liniment which ho told me was lUhambor. lain's Pain Balm and ofltreol mo his bottle Iory it, It did me so much good that I toolbt a bottle myself and was soon free f palint," Sold by all storeksepore, A NEW REMEI)Y, Dr, Sholdon's (in 1'Jile for lRokacho and Kidnoy Troubles are an excellent Remedy whioch has only to be tried to be appreciated. Prico, 1/6 and °/6, Obtain. able everywhere, Pleasing & exhilarating. BFISTT 1009O IirCIMA, Roxoia, tho Ralpld llonler, is undouubt edly the, boat remedy for E(mma, 1b is an up-to-tdta speolilo for this trouble, Prloo, 1/8 aod 1, Ohrrlnabl. ab IT, `P, 1Ed iv rtis. B131ST FOR ALL THE FAMILY, Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery is the mother's helper and the children's friend through all the winior months, It cani be given to th...
ST. ARNAUD V. GOOROC. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 April 1914
S'. ARNAUD V. GOOROC. A team representing the St. Arnaud Town Courb visited Georoo on Wednesday, and bried oonolusions with home players. An imteresting match ended in favor of Gooroo by three games. The visitors were hospitably entertained by the Gooroc ladies, who were heartily thanked, Following are the details of the play, the tdret-mentoned being St. Arnaud - Mixed doublem-J. Searff and Miss Q. Bilton beat J, O'Donnesll and Mre, White, 6-2; H. Rowe and Miss Palmer lest to J, O'Donohns and Mrs. Newton, 5 8; R. Ryan and Miss Osborno boat A. Marray and Mrs. J. O'Donohue, 6-3; J. Smart and Miss K, Hilton lost to B. O'Donahue and Mrs. iloye, 2-6. Gentts', deubleso-H, Rowe and J. Soirff lost to J, O'Donnell and J. O'Donohno, 4-0; J. Smart and It. Ryan loest to B. O'Donobue and A. Murray, 2-6, Ladles' doubles- Missesa Q, Bilton and Osborne boat Meedames White and Newton, 6-41 ; Misses K. Hilton and Palmer lost to Meedames Hoys and O'Donohue, 5-6. Totals-St. Arnaud 'Town Court, 3 sets,...
GRE GRE NORTH V. ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 April 1914
ORE URE NORTH V. ROMAN CATHOLIC. These sluba played a match at Ore Ore North on Wednesday, when an enjoyablo competition resulted in a somewhat easy win for the home teamn, A new court, rceontly put down by the Ore Oro North Club, waee in good playing order. Afternoon tea was provided by the Gre Ore North ladies, to whom a hearty voto of thanks ws paessed on the proposition of Mr. Urideeon (captain ot the visiting team), 'Ihe vote was nultably aoknowledged by Mr. E, IBarton (captain of the Ore Ore North Club), Following are the scores, the tireatunamed being Ore Oro North playere:-Mixed doubles-"W, Tucker and Miss ,, Clarke boat L. M'Nulty and Miss M., Bray, 6-=-1; G. N, Clarke and Miss t(. M'Rao lost to J. Ryan and Miss T. Tresoy, 2-6; G. Clarko and Miss 1), M'Rae boat H. Bray and Misaa S. Ireen, 86-8; E, Barbon and AMise M. M'Oae brat V. Kelly and Mive S. E, M'Oarthy, 0-1 ; 0, M'Rae and Miss A, Barratt boaet J.1 WL'reahy and Mise A. Coaine, 6-3; 0, N. Clarke and Miss T. M'Rao bent...
RIFLE SHOOTING. NORTH-WESTERN DISTRICT RIFLE CLUBS UNION. ANNUAL MATCHES. OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 April 1914
RIFLE GHOOTIraQ. NORTiLFWESTERN DISTRICT RIFLE L0I3S UNION. ANNUAL MATCHES. OF1FCERtt, PIaron, Hon, J, Drysdalo Brown; pro ident, Mr. J. W. Pennlington, ML.A.; vice.preeldents, Mnesrs W, Rowe (mayor), J. F. Straton, J. F. Oakley, and J. Ar. bucokle (presldent of Shire); executive ofiloor, ol, Sommone ; range ofiloore, Oaptainse Basrratt, Sproat, Camoron and Resoigh ; handlicapper, Captain Reeoigh hon, eoorotary, Captain W. HI, argett. The annual matches In connection with the North.Western Distrlet Rifid Olubs Union wore hold on the St. Arnaud range on Tuooaday and Wednesday in perfect weather. Altogether 52 competitora took part in the various matches, the olubs roe presented being - Dunald, Charlton, Bealiba, Ouyon, Laeoullee, Mildures, Avon Plaino, Traynor's Lagoon and St, Arnaud. Mr. J. W. eonnington, M.L A., preasident of the Union, visited the range on Tues. day, and evinced conalderable Interest in tihe proceodings, Colonel Sammano, ro' proeonting the V.RIA., was present thro...
LAND TAX ARREARS. MEETING OF LANDHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 April 1914
LAND TAX ARREARS. MEETING OF LANDHOLDERS, A largely.attcnded meeting of land, holders was held in the Commuitteo Room of the Town Hall on Thursday morning to discuss the question of land tax arrears, There were about 60 present, and con. siderable Interest was taken in the pro ceadings, Dr. C. H., Fleming, president of the Agricultural Soolecy, whieh body had con vened the meooting, was appointed chali' man, He explained that the farmers had been called together to discuss the arrears of the land tax, and to appoint a deputation to wait on the authorities and request that 110no arrears be paid until all the landholders in this district had ro aeived their asseasmenuits, OCr, J, 0. Smith (Kara Kara Shire) said they were all aware of the objoeat of the meeting-to dlsouss Ile matter of land tax arrears, He had found that although property owners had made their own valuation at a time when the land boom was at Its hoight, the asseoossment of land valuers was in sonime instances 50 per c...
MELBOURNE. MARKED PERSONALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 April 1914
MIELBOURNE. (From our own orresapondent), MAlitKED PlitIONAl.TIEI, There are few, if any, more promi nent publio men in Melbourne than the Lord Mayor, lHe is, for one thing, the titular head of the largest and wealthiest 0poration in the State, Round him during his term of oftion circles all that is moet noteworthy in the social, political, commercial, and sporting worlds. To day Or, D, V. Ilennaesy may be called on to receive lig Excellency tho Governor.Goneral or His Excellency the State Governor, To morrow be may be welcoming Earl Grey or congratulating Dr, Mawson on his safe return from his Antarotio ex* plorationas. On the next day tbhe cornm. modious council room at the Town M-all may be occupied by the world's champion criolcetere, haeoballers, or tennis players. Then there is the great Mayoral banquet, when bho main hall is resplendent with light, and glitters with gold lace, and when the Lord Mayor is required to don the robes of his high office and his massoivo gold chain,...
The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER XXIII. Galling Bonds. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 April 1914
The bIQat Moniarnor By ALICE M. DIEUL, Authoress of "The Knave of Hearts," CHAPTER XXIII. Galling Bonds. Strangely onough, when her belov. ea, the botrothelld husband whose 1arriago with her at the rural parish church had been roughly interrupted by the woman of whom he said, "I anarried m1y cousin Gvendolen-sho is mIy wife," Netta was relieved, con :soled, rather than overwhelmed. In these crises of life, memory is as vividly awalkelined as all the other 1 mental faculties. Netta remembered that for fifteen long years her Robert bad been dead to his old surround. ings and overy human soul they en. 1 vironed, She recollected that so long 1 a desertion of any wife would go far to break the tie in the case of any man. She reasoned, in a flash, that I all was not lost, Tho law might help her-amnd her beloved. "But supposing you did marry her, dearest, you deserted her! If shea chooses, she can set you free-at ease, I understood the marriage laws 1 freed a womnn from a husband who had d...
THE DEAR OLD FARM. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 April 1914
THE DEAR OLD FARM. I remember, I remember, the house where I was born; 'The gaps between the siding where the sun came in at morn; The nail-heads that In winter wore a crown of silver frost, The small old-fashioned window-panes 'by the same hand embossed. I remember, I remember, the stove pipo through the floor; The kitchen stove that, always fed, was always wanting more; The coal I used to carry, the wood I had to get; The boots that stuck so tightly when I used to get them wet. I remember, I remember, the grind stone where I ground Some- forty million sickles-how I turned it round and round frill at last I felt like dropping-asked if we were not most through Learned that we were nearly finished; just another hour or two, I remember, I remember, how those summer nights would speed; How I thought that I could never get the sleep I seemed to need; I recall the voice that w Ie me when the dear old clock struck four, And the ever-ready bootjack that hung up behind the door, I remember,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 April 1914
STATE SAVINGS BANK OP VICTOIRIA grants LOANS ON EASY TERMS. up to three fifths of valuation. ON UBROAD ACRES ,.. .. .. ... .. .. .. £2000 to £25000 ON TOWN PROPERTIES .. .. .. .. .. .. . ... £500 to £25000 for a term of 3 or 5 years w ith option of paying off a portion on any pay day. Interoest 5 per cent, CREDIT FONCIER LOANS up to two thirds of valuation. ON FARMS .. ,. . ,. . ... ,, ,, . , £50 to £2000. Repayable by Instalmonts spread over 30 years, with interest at 5 per cent. Security may be either Freehold, or Crown Leasehold that could be made Freehold at any time on payment of the balance of Crown Rents, Loans may be granted for the purpose of purchasing the land taken as security, or paying off existing liabilities thereon, paying Crown Rlents, improving, developing, or carrying on tihe farm, puirchasing stock, mashinery, etc. ON COTTAGES, VILLAS and SHOPS ., .. .. £50 to £1000. Ropayable by Instalmetits spread over 19% years, with .Interest at 5 per cent. No Charge for Mor...
MANURES FOR WHEAT. ALL THE PROFITS. HOW TO GET THEM. Expert in Modern Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 April 1914
MANURES FOR WHEAT. ALL THE PROFITS. HOW TO GET THIIEM,. By A. H, Renard, Expert in Modern Agriculture. Author ot "A.B.C. of Rational Manur ing" and "ABC', of Scientifice Stock Feeding," Every farinomer is interested in get ting the largest income in the year and in getting it with the minimuminni of worry and anxiety. To make money it is necessary to spend money, as every farmer knows, Something of value cannot be got for nothing in these modern times, Every farmer has certain unavoidable expenses to meet-cost of seed, fallowing, inter est on value of land, living expenses, cost of labor, etc.-anl hlie has to get his return from a limited area of land within a limited time. Let him com mnit to memory the following axioms of successful manuring of wheat and work in close accord with their teach ings; then everything will go right with him. Wheat Manuring Axioms. 1, Citrate soluble phlosphate is the only natural form of soluble and available phosphoric acid. 2. Phosphoric acid extract...