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MINING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

MINING ITEMS. Puozze Fhlait Gold ?Inuing Company, Bealibo, E2nd April-Air drive driven o a distance of 41 fo, We?t main drive extended from eh??, 80 ft, Country, oandOtone and elates, Wateor iIncreasing., yreneeae Proprietary, Redbank, 23rd, -425 ft, lovel--'Taking out leading stopo over back, 18 in, laminated stone, payable, Rice up 42 ft,, 15 in, payable stone. Intermediate drive to 1441 fto,; 2 ft, 6 in, atone; little gold,

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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STUART MILL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

STUART MILL SPORTS. -- -+ - (from our own oorresoapondent.) The above aports wore hold on Wed, icsday, ?22nd int, Unfavorable weather prevented a large number of people fromi attending. In the morning showers of rain fell at intervals, How. over, as the day progroessed the weather gradually took up and the afternoon was fiue excptingR for twolight showors, and although being somewhab un. pleasant a fair crowd was present., A good day's spor? was enjoyed, there breing good entrioes and asoptanaces. There were throee proteste, Tbhe Novelty Pony Rloe was declared no race, the stewards arriving at the con. cluseion that there was suspicions run.u ning on the part of the first and second ponies, The only aoccidout at the meet. ing was in the Maidenou Plateo, when Mr, M'Nally's horse, Lunetta, fell, The rider, W. Williams, escaped Injury, The publioan's booth was in the bhands of Mr, Jan. Walsh; and the luncheon, fruit and lolly booths wore oonducted by Mr. ohulz, of Sb, Arnaud, In the ev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

B?IST' FOH /I,'EMA, l1exoun , tha al apid 1lealer, in udioubt edly the beast remeily for Ec?oni~, i b is ant up.tn.dato spoollfi for this Ironble, ~rloie 10 an st l, Ohtalnablo A, tT, .', li'dw(Ards ,0 IF1, OUT OF CEAR WOLFE'S.SGHNAPPS Spells Perfection in Liquor. It is a Popular Tonic. Please LIL~Y/ ' "TAKE BONNING TON5 IRISH 110S I1RL'S IHANI)S ANDI) FEET' COVIEREHI) WVl.1H OCIILIBLAINS, "SI~E WOULD ORY FOR HOURS WITH TIlE PAIN." HEXONA QUICKI? CUREIS, " Mly little girl tRuby had her feeto ad hands coverod with Uhhiblaihub tor wehk, There were big blltetes all over her foot, 'T'io poor child useod to ary for houre with thel pain. She oould not put her tootls onr," writes Mre, Jano Relifol, 85 IluuIlraylatryet, lallaratl?E,,Vlo, "I tried all eartsi of ointmeonte to mako them hoeal, but they seonemod to be getting woreo, One daty I was rcoulonetl ed to try Rexona on them. I got a tin, and put a little on her hands and feet, and Ruby sald 'Oh, nutt, that l ntoe; tlb takes all the pai...

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FEDERAL ISSUES. SENATE CANDIDATES. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

FEDERAL ISSUES, ---- SENATE 0ANDIDATES, [CONTaaU'e'an.] The ballot for the six oandidates who are to carry the Liberal flag at the fortbooming election is drawing to. wards a close, All voting papers have to be returned lefore the end of the week. Members of Liberal Leagues shabould bear this in mind ; those who have already voted should rouse those so absorbed in business or in domestoic af.sire as to be forgetful of political happenlngs, And, be iS borne in mind, when a pro election drags on for a fortnight there is a tendency on the part of many to leave the filling in of the ballot paper to that to~morrow when they may have fuller Information, Of those who delay, some are sure to delay just a day too lone, unleess re. minded by keener politicians. As a big vote, a vote thoroughly represen. tative of all shades of Liberal opinion, is wanted, whole-hearted Liberals have a fine field for the display of energy, It has been pointed out that, as matters stand, everything muaken for th...

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Had Met Before. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

Had Met Bofore, Mhs, Matthews boight a irencb cooklery book, Theo bool told hlr' mltoug Ither things, how to mnalle all sorts of nice thlugs out of leftover ea rtr rho enIdsI of jolllts, cold veer taI)le, a.id so tforth. This was dcllibt' (u11 Ihl3ih, whlich Matlhews hiated, 'oei?I be banished, and yet, as before, .',t ing would be wasted iu tho Malttiio' homle,. So one cs'enimtg she set ier' jll)lu)g tihed husband down (o a al)'pr f.ii'l lavarin a l'Escollior Tilih dish ia()' ed grand tran the outside, aM ihw t'ral's \wan face 1li Ul) at bi' l ht It , but as soon ao ho lifted the lid, ih Joy faded frotihi ,,ve: ,, "'Ajk the liles?sin , plea?. (' lTh his wlfo reminded hih, "I thIlik, dear," oeorge l , wearily, "we've bleJssed oVeVrY(hi11g iheo beforet." hirre. S3u1~bu: Thr'o'~i' li the vist n (ho plialno we boughi. teihiy, y) ' C(1 Jhl:?t uteld it, haci. Mr. Pububs: Why" ,h-t hMis. Stbulb: )o yoV 1 ?s1 y o?te, We0 are gol)in t) pty tiff1 y gtli) t)i a ianuo, atdl ha\ve it Ilooi. i1 ...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

,V.Af?I IIES, "Does the razor hurt, s~ir?" inquired a barber anxiously, "Can't say," reldlied hi: client test, fly; "but lay face ldoes!" Deonse: Knocker called mne a "dilap. dlated old mule." What shall I do? Sense: Well, loi't come to me about it, I am no veterinary surgeon, Mamma: Oh, children, why are you so naughty? Ethel (the youngest): Why, saister said if we were good she'd sing to us! Mrs. Newrich: Don't you think, WiI liam, now that we are getting into the slmart set that we should have a coat. of-armns? Mr. Newrich: Certainly, my deal, I'll see my tailor about it to.morrow, "Your husband dresses very qulct* ly, iloesn't he?" remarked one ltdy to another. "Well'," was the response, "not al. ways, You should have lheard him this morning when he couldn't find a collar-stud!" "Well, my poor follow," askesl a benevolent lady, "I hope you liked that cake? I made it myself." "That's orl rite, lidyl" was the tramnl)'s reply, "it won't do me no 'arm, I used ter be the champion swo...

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RACING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

RACING, The V.11.0.Oomniittee art Frdidf disiiiioeod Art ti~pei by P1 Herby againeb bhe disqaalitication of binnelf mod tbe wnro WVinohcs8 for six monthia by the Corack iuOlb. TIhA di~qaqsifi. oabUon of 0, Conainti (jockey) by the uame ciub wae adoptod.

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Very Plain. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

Very Plain, A prominent politician, at a dinner recently, was joklting about his repeat ed attempts to be elected to oflce. "After a time," he said, "I shall he hn the position of the ant, somnewhat worso for wear, who came in to a dance in Texas, 'The floor manager saw himn, and led him out, I1e calWi .ack, Then the floor manlager pushed him out, le came back again, P?i, ,ily, the floor nianager lcl1;ted hiul out, and he rolled down a fllight ot stalrs, At the Lbottom of the staliS he consldered the matter, "'I kniow what it means,' he said, 'They can't fool me, Those people lu there do not want mo to attend ta(t dance,'"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

Spoola, ~dvertlIomants. JAS. ROWE & SONS, INVITE INXSPEOTION OF "The Acmnie Patent : "[II [SY" Insures the Health and Comfort of your Horse, The man who rugs his horse does so with a defiihto purpose. By any defect of the rug itself-slipping, unfastening, or otherwise-hisi work is not alone undone but his annimal suffers fronm the very expoaure that the owner sought to preveut, This is just where tihe " FITZESY " RUG comues in, It never fails! 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 inches along the side, It cannot be dragged under foot and destroyed, It is made by skilful workmaushi!_ o high quality material, HORSE RUGS, COW RUOS, ft, 6In, 6fr, 6ft,6u , 7t, 4ftO6In 5ift, 5ftin, ,6ft. /G 9/6 10/6 11/6 6/0 7/6 s8/ - 18/6 14/6 1/6/ 16/0 11/0 12/6 18/6 14/6 11/ 10/6 17/6 - 17/6 18/6 19/6 21/ Other Ihorse Rugs to be all jobbed out 21/ 9/6 25/ 27/6 at ...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

GOLF, The foIrml opeoing of the eeanon in coonrotion with the local Golt Club is a fixture for 8aturday afternoon nexb? at half.paeb 2 o'olook, when a gymkhana will bo held. Meombers of all looal and districb sporting clubs aro cordially invitrd to attend and ltakeo part inu the onmpoetitions Afternoon ten will he provided by tho lddies, The St, Arnaud Golf OClub han reoeived an invitation to send repre. mentativee to the opening of the someaon ab Maryborough thise afternoon,

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Capacious. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

Capaolouir Barmer Johnlson and his wife were riding across a moor in a horse and trap ono night, when they were stop, ped by somoi footpads, "Your money or your lflle," cried one of them, producinag pistols, "All right, take my mouney but spare my life," replied the terrilled Johnu 11011o e0n' T''hey did, also tleo horse and trap, and rode off, leaving Smith and his wife to tramp the rest of the jour, le}', "Weoll, that's a scorcher," said the farmuer to his wife, "We have lost all," "Oh, no, we have not, Johu," re plied hils wife, "I had the preseuce of mind to put that gold watch and chain in my mouth whilst the robbers 'were searl'(hllng us," 'Dy Jove! Mary, I wish you had only had the presence of mind to put the horse and trap there as welll" axuswerd John.

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SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL, Tootballero and othore intoreetod aro lovibed to attend a mooting, onvenr~ for to~morrow oevening at the Town IHall Hotel at 8 o'olock, when preparation will be mado for tho ensuing season, An important item on the business sheet is the formation of an association, Great enthuslasm prevailed In con. neotion with tho Englishl oup final football matbch, played ait Oryatal Palace on Saturday, Thtre 100,000 spectators, and :100 motor buses and 175 special traino wero engaged in convoeying people to and from the ground. King George was present, and presented the cup to the winning oide, Burnley, the defeated club being Liverpool Oity, Theb premiership competitions col. mnouced in lulbonrno on Sdturday under very favorable conditions, Thouwands of people attended each match, IResults :--League-St-, Kilda 8,10 v Richmond 5 12; Oollingwood 8,8 v Oirlton 6 20 ; South Melbourne 114.14 v Univrsity U 8; Geolong 8 13 v Essendon 8 13; Fitlzroy 13 15 v Mel. bourne 5 7, As...

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THE MEXICAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

THE MEXIOAN WAR, THE whole of the civilized world will regret that it has been found necessary by the Government of the United States to intervene in Mexico, Yet it has become increasingly evident for some time past that this was unavoid able. The position of Mexico to its Northern neighbour may be likened to a barrel of gunpowder liable to explode at any moment, There seemos ome. thing lacking in the peoples of Southern Europe-from which the Mexicans have sprung--which makes them unfit for the steady aslf. overnment prac tised by the Anglo Saxon race, With few exceptions the history of the South American republics has boon one long record of revolutions and warn one with another, Mexico is situated -in the Northern continent,, but) its people are descended from the Spaniards and Portuguese who first went there from Europe, and the aborigines-misanamed Indians-whom they found occupying the country,. For thfre centuries Mlxico was governed from Spain, its turbulent people being krpt ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

BITUATIONS VACANT, ANTED,-A STRONG LAD for the blaoksmlthlng, Apply G. €, Psno?-S, ANTED, - GOOD GENERAL Apply Racecourse Hotel, ;t, Arnaud District Hospital XANTED AT ONOE.-LAUN. DRESS, temporary employment weeks, Wages, 20/, Apply MATou, ANTED,-STRONG LD learn to work horses; permanent employ. nent, Apply HofrLAxND BO1o., Avon liains. AMUBSEMENTS, piHE G-RE GRE VILLAGE Qaadrille Assembly HALF.NIGHT DANOE, ?RIDAY, May lat ANNUAL ANNIVERSARY. OF TIIHE rraynor's Lagoon, Mechanics' Institute, TO be celebrated on WEDNESDAY, May 6th, by PIONIO, SOOIAL, and JUMBLE FAIR. Fine programme of sports for the after* ioon, Inoludlng many noveltlees, Afternoon Tea available from 4,30, Prlice, 1/, Admslesion to Jumble Falr In the even. Ing, 1/. A, HOLLAND, Secretary. JOYLAND, THE H1OME OF MOVING PIOTURES, Every Monday nnd \Vodneosday. Completo change of programnumo each evening. Adults, 1/; children, (1., £1,000 IN eluZR S £I1,000 MELBOURNE B HOURS' ART UNION. Acknowledged to n, oone ot the lollo ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Mosere, . M'Kecheio and Co, notivfy sntrles for the weekly mearkot at St, Arnaud bo*morrow, A naval oonferenceo between the Ad, iiralty and the Australian and New Zealand Oovernments will bo held oearly next year, The Llospital servioe aennounceld to bo hold at Gbooroo on Sunday last was potelponed owing to the incoral of Mrs, M'Olaoha, The meotinhg will tako lalacO on the 10th of May, 'Telephono ootnanlon ation has boeen estab. lished at Rootron (originally known as Wlnjallok North), Mr. lHs inrvino, N,,,,R,, uneed hli icfluenoe in e?ouring thie oonvenienoco for the resIdoents, who are vec?y thankful to that gentleman. The Kooroh oongregation of the Church of England have purciiood an aore of land as a site for a oburch, Thlo year the ground will be fenoced and planted with trees in preparation for the ereotion of a building at no dietahbt date, The May issue of "Lifo" contains a number of interesting articloe, inclusive of details of an interview with Dr, Douglh...

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CHURCH OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

''iMUnOH OF OHRIST, The anniversary celobrations of the Clhuch of Chrkit Biblo 8ahool were duly observed o0n Sunday, 12tih nlt. And Ihst \VWdnoeday evening, Tho chapel, oespeclally th l platfortm otd, was tnuiefully and lvislly decorated with chains and arlhoi of 'ogreery, ii woer IraSl;e and mlottoon. Oil Sulidy m11orn0 Ing Mr. D. M, Ml'Oraokott, tho evangeo list, addrMlsod 4n earnotb oxhorttilon to pAroetns and tenobors on the thome " The Children for Ohrist." At 45 in1 thn aftornoon a flower serviou was hold, con. sistiug of reoitals and lo?nging by thi childron, aoih of whom carried a small bunch of flowere and uaod tlion offec. tively In sonio of tlh bright floral ohoruass so well rondorod under tho baton of Mr. T. lhisbine. An address, with tiho aid of a blaokboard, wis given by thoe vinuo. list to tho aohI olaro, nllitled " Bible Flowors," At tho close a doputation of tiolhors aiid chiidren went to thie ho01. pital to hand over the flower boniqiOets used by thie sohool, oach ...

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JOIN THE ARMY [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

JOIN iI) Alth?? w ul of th ohtm \ho Iihvi) Ii9l ted thW outdiv rii vbie i ol I)r. SIjiiuuh M I' uIlImeII . I 1Giv s , ni t rl i+ ) -' .. urao whl nu, vr ta lli-tl ti lUll', lI jt, hliruft, ul 10 palil III 101 of any 1110111 1 til.l ians, Ot-atlinHe eveJTywh?+" "

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STORIES OF THE V.C. The Pluck of Sergeant Patrick Mullane. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

8TORIEO OF THE V.?C The Pluck of Selreant Patrick Mullanfe. Tw'llty.nin years ago occurred oi0 sf the most t.ragc episodlo lu the i. tory of the British Army, The A ghana had commonced what the termed a "Holy War," and 20,00q ( them marched on Kandahar, thon 1 possession of the British. Gonerr Burrows, who was posted. n a strol'i ly-fortilled camp about forty 'mile. from Kandahar, decided to try to Stoj thoir progress; but the odds wore toc great. Ho had only one brigade witt hlin-just over 2000 strong-whilcl was overwhelmed. A frightful massa cre onsued, and nearly the whole of the British force was'annihilated. A few suirvlorsiof thls terrible dis astor fled towards Kaudahar, amongsi thoin being a number of the Roya Horse Artillery, but for whose bravern not a singlo man of. Burrows' arnlm would have escaped. Many. waoro i.l grallant.deeds perormorined-lby those f( survivors, but amongst them all stun( out'the deeds of Sergeant Patrick Mill lane, Seeing one of tho drivers fal from...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

VICTORIAN Producers' Co,. Operative Co. Ltd. cod 01Oialb495 Lollits't,, Melbourne, Orain Shod-Wllliamstown. Wool, Hide, and Skin Stores, DAIRY PRODUOb,. Slook Sles-"Melbourne, londigo, Sun, bury and Nag~mbloe. f1nd, Estate, and Insura?noe Agente, Bas?, Manures, Oils,. Twine,.Gro. cernes, re, & c. ENQUIRIES INVITED., P.b .3 ROYAL, MAIL STEAMERS LfAVE MEL3BOURNE EVERY ALTERNATr'E WEEK FOR MAffSIEILLS & L BONON Collino ,t Adelaide, Fremanltle, Coloumbo, Aden, Port Said, Gibraltar, Plymouth en route With ptrmilnion to c al at rindigi FIRST and SECOND Saloon only Return Ticket to Europe availablo for Two Years RATES OF PASSAGE NMONEY To FREMANTLE Slole 7 10, to £9 10,. Return £11 IOs, to £14 5,, To COLOMBO Siale£27 10s, to £34 2., Return £40 14., to £50 12s, To BOMBAY and CALCUTTA Single £29 14.. to £37 8S. Relumrn £44 to £56 2,. To MARSEILLES Slg!, £39 12., to £78 2,. Return £66 to £f116 12;. * To LONDON Sil1E £41 16.. to £82 10., Return £69 6., to £123 4,. Full articula...

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Retracted. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

Retracted. '"We wish," says a( Colorado oeditor, "to retract our stat cment, mnado last 'eook tlhant our esteemed follow.citizen, -Iol, Mr. Phlunmloey, never was knowI to lketp his promise, "Aftol i'adtllng tihe itonm in ques. .lon, Mri. Inllulo, y hu1IDonlOl to reme1? t)er that du intg the h1)). of the recoflt politleal conte st he p'onmised to kick OH out to the fair gronllds, n11(1 lie in mo(dintoly ca;m)' up to thei olilco and execult(I hi) prlm' iso, In faeet, he niot nnly kiclked us all the way out thero, but he kolep t it, ip io?st of the way bacli and if he had ,ot run out ol briath we th1nk h1 e wolld have eoon kiclkng u11 yet. 'Mr. Ph nlu ,y ti ; a to¢Int!Ollll 0?a lli word, cnu ltt)?1 ?)l1 ptusi .i. lnd cal kick llk1 an Asiatic elhphtle',

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