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GRE GRE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 April 1914
URE ORE CLUB. The following matohes have been playeod by Gre Ore Club during Maroh, matcobhe being played on the court of the first.men. tioned olut:-Gro Gre Village 5 sets 35 games v, Avoodale 2 s ee 20 games. Avon* daie 4 set 31 gamee v. Ore Ore Village 4 mete 84 games. Ore Gre VIllage 2 sees 33 games v. Gro Gre North 6 sete 42 games.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 April 1914
MARRIAGES, FREEMAN - MALE. On the 5th March, at Holy Trinity Church, Oakleigh, by the Rev, M. J.B. Bennett, Gilbert M'In- &nbsp; tyre, youngest son of Annie and the late William Freeman, of " Riversdale," Elberton, to Emma Jane, third daughter of Jane and the late Luke Male, of "Hazalgrove," Logan. SMITH-MULL (Sliver Wedding)-On the 4th April, 1889, at the residence of the &nbsp; bride's parents, Inglewood Road, St. Arnaud, by the Rev. J. B. Stair, Joseph Ridgway, eldest son of the late Joseph and Sarah Ann Smith, of Corindhap, to Mary Louisa, eldest daughter of Mrs, F, L, Mull and the late J. A. . Mull, Inglewood Road, St. Arnaud.
MOYREISK. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 April 1914
MOYREIBSK. ---+~-···- · (From our own correspondent.) The annual pionic was hold on the 17th March, The day being perfect there was a large crowd on the pionio grouud. The events in footracing were well contested, and there were some good contests. Great credit Ia due to all who helped to bring the day to such a success. The results are as follows :-Glrle under 11 yeare-Eiole Lynbch 1, OChrloalo Lynch 2, Mary Lynch 3, Boys under 11 yeare-Gerald Sheales 1, Albert Grant 2, John Grant 3; won easily. Girls under 15 yeara--Jeoaie Grant 1, Lottle Voss 2, Seluina Grant 3, Boys under 15 years-John Lynch 1, eon, Paynoe 2; won easlly. Boys under 11 years (vloltore)-John Horwill 1, Jae. Grant 2, Con. Grant 3. Girls under 11 years (vlsitors)-Florrie Argill 1, Hilda Argill 2, EIleen Cudmore 3, Boys under 15 yeare (vilsltore)-Jas, Grant 1, Fred. Perry 2, John Cudmiore 3, Shellield lHandicap-John Meagher, 13 ydo, 1; Goo. Sutherland, 16 yde, 9; W\V, , Ronnio, 8 yds, 3 ; a splendid raoo; nine starte...
LOGAN STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 8 April 1914
LOG AN STOUCK SALIC, Mlnser, 'T'homasr Morrow and Co, report having held their monthly stoek tale at Logsn on the 31st utilt,, when only a small yerdini came forward, Bidding at auo Ion was very keen fur any fresh lots at fully 1/ to I/O on reoant ea'es. We yarded 899 etore sheep and 216 fat do,, And sold the bek at the following quotations :-domino ewes, 4, 0 and 8 t, in very good condlmon, and in Iamb to Linooln raims, 17/; 4 year old do, do., 14/10; 4 and 5 year old imortino and comeback ewes, in limb to Linonln, 15/1 ; 4 and 5 year old merino ewoa, aowiong well In lamb to Lincolne, 14/7 ; 4 and 6 t merino and omebaok wethlere, in fair oonditl n, 1011 ; aged metino owe, 7/ to 8/1 ; merino and comeback weanors, 13/1; fat mnerino swe , 1111; do, wethere, 16/6 ; tat lambs, 13/0, We tsold for the followlog-Memers J, l, Sewart, 1 hoe. Factt, L. Scoollary, C. A. Wandel and others.
COMMERCIAL. MERCURY Office, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 8 April 1914
OOMMEROIALS UR~aURY Otfioa, Tueaday eveu tln, WMOLISALRI, RITAur, NIour, 48/17/6 'lour, 160 Ib, bag 16)8 chaff, £3 5h16 / [Fresh Buttgt, dGiry, Fresh butter, lOd 9d; raotory, 1/2 Faboi'y, 1/4 Haoou, 1/1 flauon, 1/1 Hao; 11Iloo, / Cheese, 8d Oh1sso, lId P'ollard, A5 peor ton Pollard, 1/3 Bran, £5 per ton Bran, 1/3 Potatoes, 6/ Potatoes, 4/ per qr
RACING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 8 April 1914
RACING, The progpro 0 for tho tnrarb Mill rac14 and Sp~rts on WYrdnoeday1 22nd i'not are advorlispr in toedayn Ma cuttý to will I untt·td that ctriea for the MLe tiielhi II ldiC'3p and '22 ¢da, tlantlic ºnust be in tlio panda of and 1iu! Ilunsý,es h lrevra, 1V, Dearricke a tnd Ii, I;Onnuo not Inter than Tues. claY "It"~ il lTho otlier entriea are NOCllipi0 0 hdaay a amgeenenat will with n hall a6 nlgls,
BOXING [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 8 April 1914
EOXING A coOference of the International daying Union, hold at Parie on Satur daY, adopted importanb proposals, 'bloch will serve in the futuro as rules to t0ver challn boips of 1enges for the champion hipst Jfte lworld, It was decided tst JaCk Johns0n and Sam Lingford usb fightb for the heavy weight chaim Pi"o"bip befor'e 5th August,
DEVONSHIRE CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 8 April 1914
DWVONSHIRE CREAM. The manufacture of Devonshire cream is receiving increasing atten tion throughout England, and the do pwand for it, both as a luxury and as a food for invalids, in which capacity it is displacing to some extent the use of cod-liver oil, is rapidly enlarging. In a circular recently issued by the British Board of Agricilture, the fol lowing directions are laid down for its preparation:- Wholo milk, warm ftrom the cow, IR carefully strained into setting pans, The pans most suitable for the purDose bold about six quarts of milk, meao suring 15 inches across the top, seven inches in depth, and i1 Inches across the bottom; they are, in fact, similar to "shallow pans," only deeper. The pans of milk are left undisturb. ed in a cool dairy for the cream to rise. In summer, 12 hours or loss is the time allowed, but in winter 24 hours is usual. The pans should now be carefully removed and scalded, great care being taken not to disturbo the cream on the top of the milk, Scaldin...
CRICKET. MOOLERR V. LOGAN. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 8 April 1914
ORIOKET. lMOOLERR V. LOGAN. Un Siturday BMoolorr journeyed to Logan and played their return match, the home team winning In the dark with 7 ickets yet to faIll, Scores : h~ oc~rcOooLEIO i E. Tucker, c Lyons, b Moore .., 41 , M'Lean, c Miller, b Lyons ,,, 28 J, M'Leou, b Mloore .. ,,, 14 A M, '0allrnm, a Stephenson, b Fawcett ,,, , 12 A, Laing, c lRoq, b Moore ,,, 10 0, Bildwin, o Dobson, b Moore 10 E. Fithall b Jones .n, 17 J, Walton, not out ,,,,,, 0 Sundries ,,, ,, , Total (for 7 wiekeote) . 141 owltnr-0._, Miller, 0 wclkete for 33 105 0, Lynns, I for 27 ; T, Fawoett, 1 i 16 W Moore, 4 for 35; A, Stephen' Eon , for 3; It, Jones, 1 for S, 0, Miller, not out ... ,,, 85 Moore, b Linig ..,,, 0 W qss, b Lain , 0 it Jones, b J, l'Lean ,,, ,,, 13 0. Lyons, not out 36 Sundries ,,, " 13 lTotal (for 3 wickets) ,,, 147 lJoling,.-A, Lane, 2 wlickets for 30 0ons; 1, Ml'L an, 0 for 32 ; E. Fithall, O lor 4 J, MIlan, 1 for 18; J, alton0 forf11; U, Tucker, 0 for 13, Thysemi finals in the metropol...
OTHER PLACES CONNECTED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 8 April 1914
011I IHflt I'LACI,3 CON N )WI+:'U ), 'I'he looal 8e uhango te oouiectote witii Ithe oilo'iug piton, Ltho ohage. lor otnvo *AiIQIIs b. l aii or First Every additional 3 minutes. 3 minutes, Bealiba 4d , d Dunolly 84d ., 4d Cope Cope 3, d Sd Maryborougl 84 . 4 d Cirlebrook ,1/ .. d Newetead ,., 1/ d Majoroa 1/ m . d Bung Bang,., 1/ . d Avooa . 1/ . 04 D)onald ,., 44 3d Litohield .., 8d . a Sd Massey ad .. ad Watahem ., 84 . d Morton Plains 1/ ,, 8d nirohip ,, .. d Kinnabulla ,.,. 1 , d Talbot , /, Rd ,, Gd Clunes . d bTarnagulla ,., S .. d Llsnelly ,, 84 .. d Newbridge ,,.. / 9d Inglewood ... 1 .. d Moolerr .., 2d . 21 Beasley's Bridge 2d , 24 Tottington ,. 2d . 2d Winjailok ,., 44 3d Paradise ,,, ,d 3d Navarre ., 61 ,,, 5d Landeborough 84 ., 8d Joel Joel Si . 84 Stewell 1/ Rd Melbourne ':, 1/10 1(4 Ballarat 1/4 I/ Geelong 1 .
AGRICULTURE. THE INFLUENCE OF SHELTER DURING THE COLD MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 8 April 1914
OURIN 'fRlr 1OLD MONTHU, Now that the coldl weather i with as, it will be wise for all toeCkowoners to make sure there is adolquate provi. Ilon for the aholter of their live utock, It is a potent factor in the Unprove= mont-of live stock utnder domestice tion, 'or if aninals nr exposdcl to the cold, inclement luihlt, they Ine up an extra quantity of food in order to susitain the animial heat. In the absence of ahelter in the cohl weather, the oeUxcs of food coniluip. tion over what would otherwise out. (lce is just equal to the diierence be' wecen the amount required to sustain animal heat under normal conditloun and under the condllions nanimed, and as a result there will not only be the waste in food referred to, but the machinery of digestion will be taxed excessively, Should exposure to cold be severe and prolonged, we cannot procure high attainment in performance, though food supplies should be abundant, Too large a proportion of the food is uti' lised in defence against the co...
TENNIS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 8 April 1914
TEXS.S TOURNAMENT. All details have teen arranged for Ibh tournatu nt on Saturday and Mon dap nrxt, under the auepioes of the Sr Arnaud Tennis Oub, It is ex p'eid that betwacu 80 and 00 players will take part in the various competi. i3one, which will be played on the Town Court and the Presbyterian CQurt adiciningo The competition in connection with the Ulanmn Citholio Olab, for a trophy prmaented by the presidenb, Father (FRoorke, was concluded on Saturday. The final was played between Miss Mll rvalo and Mliss Clara Treaoy, the lormer winning afiter an interesting Rane, Scores -Miss M'Ervale (sor.), :31 strokes; Hlis Trency (4 strokes), :1 stroke,
LOCAL TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 8 April 1914
LOCAL TELEPHONE iEX* OHANGI , LIST OF SUBSCRIIBElS, NAMur, No, Avery, Mrs. A. F. ., ,,, 87 Bank of New South Wales ,,, 77 Bank of Victoria ,,, ,,, 176 Bennett, Dr. J. II., ,,, ,, 27 Bell & Lorimer ... ... 14 Blakeley, A. Be. o.o ,., 56 BlencowP, F, 0, ,,, ,,, 66 Blies, W. R., , , ,, 61 1orouuh Offices, Town Hall ,,, 51 Bray, C., ,., .,. ,,, 64 Bray, Los, ,,, ,,, ,,, 91 Breene, Miss ,,, ,, 104 Broadbent Brose, ,.,, ,,, 42 OCemetery ,. , ,, ;. 69 Clover, F, P. ,,, ,,, 34 Cookburn, G, A. ,,, ,,, 81 Cooper, R, J, ,,, ,,, 08 Convent of Meroy .., ., 45 Cougle, A, J. (with extenselon to private house) ,,, ., 11 Crone, Jae, ,, ,,, ,,, 37 Darcy, Mrs. ,,, ,,, ,,, 89 Davison, Rev, J, W ,,, ,,, 67 Davieo, F. E, ,, ,,, 44 Dickinson, R, ,,, ,., 57 DIvola, A, ,,, ,,, ,,, 31 Doyle, Rev, G, ,,, ,, 3 Dunkley, H, W, (office) ,,, 3 Dunkley, H, W, (resieldence) ,,, 17 Dunlop, Mrs. P. A, ... got 97 Edwards, 1T, . ,,, ,,, 0 Edwards, H, T, (private honee),,, 8 Edwards, Emily ... ... 35 Ectate A, Gi...
LIME FOR THE GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 8 April 1914
LIME FOR THE GROUND. The autumn is the best time of the year 'to apply lime to the ground, but if not convenient to apply at this time, a moderate application may be made at almost any time, In the ab. sence of a lime distributor, the best method to apply lime is to make small piles on the surface at regular inter als and cover these with earth; the amoisture in the soil will soon cause the lime to slack, and as soon as it 5as come to a powdery condition it should be spread evenly over the soil and harrowed in, Lime in its caustic ;r quick state has the most power of producing the necessary chemical and physical changes in the soil, and there. lore the object should be to get the lime into the soil in its native state, and well mixed with the soil before it has time to lose any of its active prin ciples. Lime should not be allowed to "alr slake" before being applied to the soil, as by doing so it absorbs the carbonid acid from the air and is changed back into carbonate, the form in ...
SPORTING NOTES. TENNIS. SWANWATER V. BERRIMAL DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 8 April 1914
SPORTING NOTES, ..-4---- TENNIS. S yAN TAER ST , BERRIMAL (From a 0orrepondout ) otSaturday last, 4'h inst., the at Oub sent a team to owanwateBridge, where they ien a blcd te in a friendly match, coo110b n100P was rather windy in Tu the early pI, but towards the finish Ib die' down and did not have any it rki envc on the p"ay. The oome ied team was composed of players Irnt scb celebrated club. as Berriial, 0toob one Gid, Goroa, Gowar East, 0000000r lainsd and Fdnton's OCeek, Bichinond Plain' n dbUOae L Rich tormedl a very stroing team, hbousgh a lack of combination between soue of the pairs, which can only be obtained by cojntant and concerted pbatie wig noticeable. The tennis plcd oin some of the sets was of a ely ligh standard, and, though there was for the most pert a fair margin betweeno the totals, every sob brought fortih some very interesting and exciting teu(j' the sp ctatort, of whom there ws a ver' large numbher, being often workedupto a high pitch of enthusiasm, The Swan...
CARING FOR AND IMPROVING THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 8 April 1914
CARING FOR AND IMPROVING THE 801L, When we come to seriously think of the way we often treat our culti vated soils, and what we expect of them, it would seem that we often ask too much, The common prac. tice is to guess at what to do to im prove the soil and increase the crops, or to do nothing but take. off what can be produced, Virgin soils are capable of produ* cing good crops for a longer or short` ter time without other treatment than ordinary tillage, Occasionally there are soils that are naturally too poor to produce crops of any kind, at least In profitable quantities, Such are real. ly barren soils, Even those that seem so may often prove productive when Irrigated and fertilised,. It is exceedingly rare that any soil Is so fertile, naturally, that it will not become less fertile after some years Of cropping, and in course of time un. profitable, or nearly so, The supply of humus is generally the first thing to become exhaupted It is decayed vegetable matter that makes the s...
BIBBY—SUPPLE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 8 April 1914
LUII3IJY-SUPPLjE, A p~retty wedldig took pIloo at N '~riG Cu iirch of EUglakud on Wedneeday, 2o* i Murch, wheu Mr. Joseph Bihbby, aeaond Ottu the l&tin Air, Thos, luibby, of Navirro, wa9 unltc'd inthe holy bonad of m~atrlmouy to M~iss C uolinc', rtet1I)L daughter of Mr, John `i) phl, of ,Nacvun'' The biide, who waa iry neaIJ I Otl . uIiC, looked charming, nd )V~ie it utie'l boy her Fluter (Mice (la~a `m3oiI?), 0001 Mt. i'Iii. Thu C't') etnlc y %1,I I)) ill ed by thu Wlv, Mr, i o,0n, f I0iidS hot ourh,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 8 April 1914
Ztaooi51 ddv~ortsoroont9. JAS. ROWE & SONS, INVITE INSPEOTION OF The Acme Patent Insures the Health and Comfort of your Horse. The maii who rugs his horse does so with a definite purpose, 1ly any defect of the rug itsel-slipping, unfastening, or otherwise-his work is not alone undone but his animal lsuffers from the very exposure that the owner sought to prevent. This is just where the " FITZ SY " RUG comies in. It never fails I Once placed in position the patent device insures it remaining securely adjusted. It is not alone cheaper-but better than any other patent rug, It has a solid grip of 28 inchesalong the side, It cannot be dragged under foot and destroyed. It is made by skilful workmanship of high quality material. HORSE RUGS. COW RUGS. 5 it, 6 in, 6 ft, Oft. 6 In. 7f. 4 ft. In I5 ft. G ft, 1in, ( it. 8/6 9/6 10/6 11/0 6/9 7/6 8/6 - 13/6 14/6 15/6 16/6 11/6 12/6 13/6 14/6 15/ 16/6 17/6 - 17/6 18/6 10/6 21/ Other Horse 1tuge to be all jobbed out 21/ 22/6 25/ 27/6 at sp...
SOCIAL. LYON—CROYDEN. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 8 April 1914
SOOIAL, LYON-OROYDEN, The marriage of Mr. Uaorge Lyon, second son of Mr, and Mrs, Thos, Lyon, of St, Helen's, England, to Miss OCatherine L, Uroydon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, UH. R. Croyden, of Sh Arniad North, was celebrated at Christ Church, St. Ar. nand, on Wednesday, 18th March, he ofntioltlng minlister being the Rev. J,. W IDavison, The brlde, who wasn given away by her father, looked very nice in a dress of charmeuso eatin, with overdress of French piolonIalse lace inished at waist with Ithe fashionable folded belt, The train was elightly caught with a spray of nrarnre blossom and true lover's knot, 83ho also wore a beautifully worked tlle voil and wreath of orange blossom, and earrled a bouquet of white dahllas and aespragne forn, The brideesmaids were the Misseso Alma and Florrie Croyden, who wore heavily embroidered vollee, trimmed with French val, and finished at waist wi Ih wide folded bolts and streamers of white satin, They wore pIcture hats of Tingo velvet, with 0:toma...