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GOOD HEALTH. Exercise for Consumptives. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 April 1914
UOOD hEALTH, Exercise for Consumptives, Dr, B, Swayno Putte extols the value of "working colonies," such as exist in sonmo of the sanatoria for consump. tivos, In introducing such a system, patients should begin on light work, and gradually increaseo in time spolat and in the severity of the work up to the limit of safety. Exercise should be considered with reference to the lungs alone, and then with reference to the whole body, When a patient is placed in bed for a long period, the muscles are allowed to waste, and thus interfere with convalesencee lixor clse has a reverse effect, but each case must be treated on its meorls. Those consumptives' working colonies are to be found for the most part ina (or. many,.
RAILWAY EXTENSION. PROPOSED ST. ARNAUD CONNECTION. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 April 1914
RAILWAY EXTENSION. PR'OPOSED ST. ARNAUD CON. NEOTION, 1Represontationa wore made to the Mln. iteor of Railways on Wednesday (asys the " Age ") by a deputation from the afllilated railway loaques between Navarre and Marnoo urging thatr the line now under oonstruotion from Crowlande to Navarro holuld bo carried on to Marnoo. The doputation, which was Introduced by the Minlster of Health (Mr, I, Dryidale Brown), oxplained that tho proposed line would open up a large, fertile area, whloh tncluded about 100,000 acres of cultivable land. The luoagues were willing to leave tlh quItc ion of route to thie Rallways Stanudlnt OUonlnittloc, The Molatoer asked whether a proposi. tion to connect Navarro with St, Ariinaud would be aooeptablo, The deputatlon rua plied t hoathe farmors concerned would prefer thi Marnoo.Navarro connection, but if the Raillways Standing Committee rtconunended en alternative proposal they would acchept It, Thi Minister promised to disaoua the qu'atlion with other membe...
OTHER PLACES CONNECTED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 April 1914
OT'IHR PLACES CONNECTII), Tho local oxohiange a oonnectod with tho ollo wing plauoe, tho ohurgoa for oonve satioun boinu as under - 'IUast lvery additloUlL 3 ninlutle, a minutes, Blaliba . 4d1 d Dunolly lid . 8d Copo (Copo ,. d . 3d Maryborough 8d Od Cariobrook,. / ( Od Nowatead . I/ . Or Majoroa ,, / Od Blung Bong .. / Od Avoc ,. I/ .. Dountld .. 4 .. d4 Litohbild ., Od .. d Massey , Sd . ld Watohenii ,., d ,. 61 Morton Plaine 1/ . 9d Birchip ... / . Od Kinnablula.., I/ . Od Talbot , 1 . 9d Clulle , ... d Tarnagulla ,. 8 Od Liniolly ... 8d - Nowbridgo ,o 1/ Od lJglowood .. I . Moolerr d .. 2d Boazloy's Bridgo 2d ,- 2d Totiington ., 2d . 2d Winjallok 4,, 4i d Plaradlho .. 3d . 3d Navarro . d .. 6id Laudaborough 8d li. d Joel Jool . 8 .. Od Stawoll ,, I ,. Od Molbournio 1/10 ll 1/ lallaiit , 1/4 1I Geolong ,. 1/10 Nsru v^^t^»-.C*· u'=* -^»**»w~tu t
ST. ARNAUD POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15. [Before His Worship the Mayor, Cr. W. J. Rowe.] [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 April 1914
STi ARNAUD POLIBE COURT, WEDNESDAY, APRIL lb, [Before Hie Worship the Mayor, Or, W, J. Rowe,'i James Holley, a stranger, was charged with being drunk and disorderly at the railway station on Tuesday morning. He was oustioned and discharged.
LOCAL TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 April 1914
LOOAL TELEPHONE EX OHANGE, 4 - LIST OF SUBS(IRIIERl8, NAMEn No, Avery, Mru, A, F. ,,, ,,, 87 Bank of Now South WuaIej ,,, 77 Bank of Victoria ,,, ,,, 76 Bennett, Dr. J, H- ,,, ,,, 27 Bell & Lorimer ,,, ,,, 14 Blakeley, A. 13. ,,, ,,, 56 Blenoowo, F. 0. ,,, ,,, 66 B111s, W, R.... ,,, )1 Borough Oflices, Town Hall ,,, 51 Bray, C . .,,, ,,, ,,, 64 Bray, Le .. ,, ,,, ,, 91 B3reeno, Miss ,,, ,,, 104 Broadbent Bro., ,,, ,,, 42 Cemetory ... ,,, ,,, 69 Clover, F. P ... ,, o Uoottburn, G,. A, ,,, ,,, 81 Cooper, R. J . ,, ,., 68 Convent of Mercy ., ,.. 45 Cougle, A, J. (with extonslon to private house) .,, ,,, 11 rone, Jas, ,,, ..., ,,, 37 Diary, Mrs. ,, ,,, ,,, 89 Davison, Rov. J, W', ,,, ,,, 67 Davies, F, E. ... ... 44 Dickinson, R, ,,, ,,, 57 Divola, A, ,,, ,,, ,,, 31 Doyle, Rev. G. ,,, ., 2, Dunkloy, H, \W, (office) ,,, 3 Dunkley, H, W. (realdenoo) ... 17 Dunlop, Mrs, P, A ,,, ,,, 97 Edwards, H, . ,,. . , 0 Edwards, H. T, (private honse),,, 8 Edwards, Emily .. ,.., 35 Estate A, Gi...
FRIDAY, APRIL 17. (Before Mr. D. Berriman, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 April 1914
FRIDAY, APRIL 17, (Before Mr, D, Berriman, P.',) The following defendants were fined In the sums stated for non.complIanoe with the compulsory clause of the Education Aot :-John Thompson, 2/; Mary Ann Vahlmade, 2/ In each of three cases; Rlobt, Parklnson, 2/; George Fielding, 5/; Margaret Marshall, 2/; 1Win, Doolan, 2/; Wm., Kennedy, 2/ In one case and 5/ In anoihor. John Caine, locally known as '' Mulga Jack," was charged with cruelty to a horse on the 23rd Malrh,--Acoused admitted the offence,--John Robert Baldwin deposed that he was a farmer at Oro (ire Villlago, He know accused, who had the use for four days of a bay horse belonglng to witnen Accused subsequently told witness the horse was at Cope Copo, lie found the horse in a bad state, being badly marked with whip lashes and (ulite lame, The animal appeared to lave been flogged clean out. Le couild not get the horne home,--Erio Doolan, drover, deposed that he went to Blrohlp on one Monday in March with aocused, who was drivin...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 April 1914
LOUAL AND g~ENERAL, The sumn of £80 has boon allotted to the Marnoo Hall from the grant to freo libraries for building, Mr. Jos, Hlead invitae tondoer for the pur. ohase of 120 aorea of land at Gower, adjoin. Ing Moesar, Fox Broo,, Duffy, and othere. A general mooting of meombors of the St, Arnaud Farmeor' Grain Shed ls announced to be held in the Town hall on Thursday next, at one o'oloolr, \Vo beg to draw attentlon to the Common. wealth of Auetrali'sh notice whioh appears in this issue ro enrolment on the Electoral Rolls of tho Stalo of Vibcoria, Meoaro, Thomas Morrow and Co, advertiso particulars of a tale of land -1.14 aoreo In the piriohee of liealibi and Atcldale-.to be hold on Tuesday, I'2th May, in the estate of John Pearson, deconsed, As adverteied, Mr. A. A. Aboteomy, 1.S,O,1,, eyeoight .peolallet, will vilt( St, Arlnad next Thursday, when he uay hle coin. esultd at tho Mainhoutet.r At ie Hotel, Mr, Abotomoy Is duly qualified to ipraot0ieo Iis prolonelon, and tffl'orot fro...
REDBANK. FAREWELL SOCIAL TO MR. AND MRS. DYALL AND FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 April 1914
REDBANK. FAREWELL SOCIAL TO MR, AND MRS. DYALL AND FAMILY, (From our own Vorrespondont.) Before 8 o'clock on T'uueldsy, 7t'h inde,, the hall at Redbank was packod to bid farewell to a very i)opular school teacher. Six and a half years ago Mr, J. O, Dyall took chargo of Redbank Stato School and startid at once to evince an intereo? in everything that was for the good of the distriob, lie was a conistoent worker in all church matters, was searetary of the Church of England oonmmittee, and was a groat helper in the erection of a new obhurch at IRedbank, Ho also took much Intorest in all kind of oports, He was an onthusiastic oricketer, his average this year being over 100 runs par innings, Io was secretary to the Redbank Olub and also to the Redbank Distriob Cricket Association, which he carried out with groat uatisluation, As soon as it became known that he wan going away to take charge of a school at Welehpool, Gippiland, it was con. siderod by all the residents of this die trlot tha...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 April 1914
IN MEMORIAM, MOORE.-In loving remembrance of Wil- liam Moore, of Kooreh, who died on 11th April, 1911. When by his lonely grave I stand, And think of his sweet face ; I feel that I for evermore Could linger by his resting place. -Inserted by his wife and family, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1914.
OTHER PLACES CONNECTED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 22 April 1914
OTHER PLACES CONNEC'IIE,. T'ho local exchauge is connected with the ollo wiug plaoae, the (hargua for couvo eations being as under: First !.very additional 3 minutes, 3 minutes. B3oaliba . id 4 8d Dunolly , Od ... 5d Copo Cope 3.. ,d . 3d Mlaryborough Sd ., Od Ciriobrook ,. 1 .. Od Newetead .. 1/ . 9 Majorca .. Od !ung Bonuw, 1/ . Od Avoca , 1/ ,. 04 Douald ,.. 4d ., 8d Litohijeld Od . 5d Maseoy 8d . d Watohemn ,., 8 .r. 01J Morton Plaiuns 1/ . Od 13irohip ... 11 ... 0d 1Kinnabulla o I . . Od Talbot .. 1 lOd Clunee .. 1/ . d Tarnagulla ,.. Sd Od Llmnelly ,. 8d .. Od Nowbridged 1/ ... .. luglewood ... i ... Od Moo!orr .. 2 2 , 2d Bonazley'e Bridge 2d 2d Tottington 2.. Ed . 2d Winjatlok ... 4d 3( Paradise , 3d ,. 3d Navarro td1 .., 0 LandaboroughI 8d ,. Od Joel Jool 8d ,, d Stawell 1/ 0 (d Melbourne 1/10 ,. 1/4 Ballarat 1/4 ,,, 1/ Ueoloug 1/10 . 1/4
TRAIN SERVICE. ST. ARNAUD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 22 April 1914
T4AIN SERVIGE. ST. ARNAUD) TO MELBOURNE, Loaves 7,3G a,im daily, arives 3.05 p.m. Faeat train loives 4 pt), dally, arrives at 10 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdaya and Fridays, and at 10,.55 p.m on Tuesdaya, Thursdayo and 2atnrdaya, ME;LBOpiRNIi' TO S'1, ARINAUD., Leaves 6.,0 a,m. daily, arrives at 3,22 p.m). Fast trauin leavoeu .16 plm. dally, arrives at 11,30 p.m. MOTORI TRAIN. Leaves Maryborough dally at 8.40 ami., arriving at St. Arnaud at 10,30 a.m. Loaves St. Arnaud on return at 12.15 p.m. daily for Maryborough, arriving at 2.17 p.m.
SEA DIVER'S WEIRD EXPERIENCE [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 22 April 1914
Somno years ago a c(qrious thing hap. iienied dii'iiig Cc0'tanii (iiviiig operations it I)over, It occurred while tir John Jachson and Co, were adding th1u tilr* rot to the pier as a nican a of break* Eng the watei. While a diver was be* low ho signalled hastily to be drawn up, and upon arriving at the surface loolking iniuch seared, he related a it range story. While worhing ielow, he0 iaid, he saw tlie0 head o; Oonio ihor* i)le monister emerge from an Ol)en· iug in the cliff, thrIatelning to atttcki himi, The creaiurc, howover, appear. ed to ho ihprisoned, and was unable to get its body altogether throngh thy opening, The story was gencerlly r.e coived with seelptlciislaiid tile affright ru li\'ivi was helieved to be Senffering from an attack of "neres.'' As, how. ever, lie rtuch stoutly ti' hci3 tale, i)lver W. 8, Jolitison, the foreanii, de clded to d(esenil ailnd !Vestigaite. 1I1 shortly fteir reaplila red ailn entireily confirmed the firat diver's narrative, for he had hiosefl...
BE RESERVED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 22 April 1914
BE RESERVED, Personal reserve Is' a tralIt that shliould be cultivatoed if one io inclned to be expansive, Why should the world know the price you paid for your clothes, the peccidilloes of your cook, or the try. Ing traits of John and the' children? The confidant is bored in tho hearing and thinks you are veriy foolish In the telling. Ther are pe lenty of big things to discuss, If you are not equal to them, talk loss, Nover got the Idea that frankness is a cloak,.for miisdoings, The open man nor of guilelessness and none too much brains is as different from frankness with a purpose as the woodland Vio let from the artificial copy.
THE PROMOTER—A PARABLE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 22 April 1914
THE PROMOTER-A PARABLE, One bleak winter morning a man who looked very cold walked into e small cafe. "Morning!" he said cheerfully, ad dressing himself to the whitouaproned attendant behind the bar, "Morning!" was the reply, "How'd you like a sherry and egg this morning?" asked the stranger, "Well, well now that does sound good to me, Are-are you going to treat?" "I'll furnish the eggs if you will contribute the sherry," "Done!" agreed the proprietor, "All right; I'll be back in a minute," the stranger Called over hisl shouldel as he walked to the door, He made his way up the street and halted before a grocory shop of whichlo the asslistant was swoping. the steps. "Morning!" he said, good-unaturedly, "Morning!" was the reply, "A little raw this morning," he Dur' sued. "Yes." "HowY'd- a sherry and egg go this morning?" he asked, rubbing is hands, "Best thing I've heard to'day!" an, nounced the shopman, interested. "Tell you what I'll do," the etran* ger continued, "I'll furnish the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 22 April 1914
VICTORIAN Producers' Cou Operative Co. Ltd. Hlad O0iu-0lI Collitoe~t,, Melbourne,. Grain Shd--illiametown, Wool, Hide, and Skin Stores, DAIRY PRODUOE. Stook Sales-Melbturne, HIandigo, Sun. btry sld Nagambic, Land, Estate, and InsuraUoo Agents. BS, Manures, Oils, Twine, Gro. Cenes, Tea, &c" ENQUIlRIES INVITED. P.in ROYAL MAll, STEAMERS Li\AVE MELBOURNE IYVERY ALIERNATE WEIEK FOR MIWSEILLES & LONDON Callinu at Adelaide, Fremanrtle, Colombo, Adlen, Fort Said, Gibraltar, Plymouth en route \Wilh permiuion t call at Brindisi FIRST and SECOND Saloon only Return Ticket to Europe nvailalal for Two Years RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY To FREMANTLE Sile £7 IOu, to £9 101, Return £LI 10,. to £14 5,, To COLOMBO Sill tfI£2 10. to £34 2s, Return £40 14,, to £50 12,. To BOMBAY and CALCUTTA sinile £29 14,. to £37 81. Return £44 to £56 2s, To MARSEILLES Sjin £39 A12, to £78 2. Return £66 to £116 12,, 0 To LONDON Siule £41 16,. to £82 101. Return £69 6s. to £123. 4, Full porticulmr on applicat...
GREAT LINES FORGOTTEN BY THE AUTHOR. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 22 April 1914
GREAT LINES FORGOTTEN BY THE AUTHOR. T.hat poets, like other folk, some, tmnes forget their own croations is shown by an incident. related by Sir Predlerick Pollock, At a dinner w\hero Thomas Campbell and Lord Nugent were present the conve'rsation drifted from the use of Latin words in Enug lish to noiosyllabie verse. Someone expressed at doubt whether two conu accutive liues composed of words of one syllable could be found in our language, Lord Nugent at once quo. ted: "By that dread name we wave the sword on high, And swear for her to live-with her to die., Campbell said lie did not beliove in the lines, and asked where they came from. *"From your own 'Pleasures of ilope1p, said Lord Nugent, "I'll bet you a guinea you can't re peat it," said Campbell, The bet was taken, and Nugent star. Led declaiming. The poot soon got tired, and said: "I se yaou know the poem; don't go any further." The other Insistedl upon repeating the whole poem or claiming double stakes, and Campbell paid th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 22 April 1914
I mU G(Ill' A BOTTiiI~, unl hsd Iuinu inIly Ir hiuh n s~il wans rhetrornliJI,'' writ s Mlr, Riobb, IIehrnnr, Ilnil aavr, SVauiiihn N, !, j9 d 1io i liu uoa 110 goo nnd I nilloured miserly, I ,1I a Iin which Iu i old zoo a Ultuim ounor. l'ýin and otlorodl Iai his bottle try i It. did 00 jo 1imuth goodl that I izuRlut na ott I tty I o 1ya and watta non freo 01 all jualn, g4old hy all Storakeapltura, lRECOMM lDN)i ''E! TOi 10 11 CUSTOMERS. " For som tiime I Onitrod with indiy getion oUIsued by dlaordorod liver and etomnaobh," ays Mr. U, M. Harvey, Gypaum Streot, Rutlway Town, BIroken 1l11I, N.S.W \. " 'lbe only thingtthat gave me rlief was Chambtrelai's LTablots and I onusider them unequal for disorders of the liver andt stomauh, I aloti Ithem in my shop and recommontl thelm tin all of my oustomore; in faut I cannot opeak too highly of Cham* bot lait's Tabloles," Sold by all dtorc. keepers SITUATIONS VACANT, sh inre St, Arnaud District H.ospital, in ANTED AT ONCE -LAUN. chf )DRESS, tem...
HOW TO DRIVE HUBBY TO THE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 22 April 1914
HOW TO DRIVE HUBBY TO THE CLUB. Do not hositato to remind him every few days that you have nothing decent to wear-never have had since you were married, Ask him every little while, 'Why is it we never have anything lilke other people; never go anywhere?" Do not fuil to tell.him now and then that he has been hard up for money ever since you were married, Do not forget to twit him with the fact that he tooke you out of a comr fortable home and buried you in an obscure, cut-of-the-way place; and that he never has time to go anywhere with you. Do not encourage your children to wear their clothes a long time, and never try to make them last, When a garment begins to show wear, to got a little out of date, just cast it aside and get a new one, New clothes look so much fresher and smarter than old ones, and one feels so much better in them. Do not try to economise too much, You know it is the liberal soul that gets fat. Be generous with your hue, band's money.
ST. ARNAUD RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 22 April 1914
ST. ARNAUD RIFLE OLUB. The annual meeting of memlore of of the St. Arnaud Rifi OlCub was hold at Mr. F. Steward's Victoria Hotel on Friday night, (apt. Oargetb presided, and there was a good attundanc, The balauncesheet was adopted A bhearty vote of thanks was passeod to the e cretary for the s tisfacbory manner for which he had carried out bis dutire,-The secretary (Mr. W, Wilton) returned thanks in appropriate terms, Otlfficers for the ensuing year were elected as follow .-President, Mr. J., F. Straton (re elected); captain, Mr. W, H Gargett (re-elected); secretary, Mr, W. J. Wilton (re.elected); trea. turer and auditor, Mr, E. W, Alexander; committer, Messrs. W. Jardine, H. Young, U. Perry, E Wilton, H, Kew Ming, W. Watson, A. Giles and W. Z 'urebhner, It was resolved that the subscription fee hbe ,/ The secretary was voted a bonus of £1/1 for his services during the past year, A motion was carried congratulating Mr. I., H. Young on his brilliant shooting during the past year and...