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How Captain Wilson Filled the Breach. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

How Captain Wilson Filled the Breaoh. The scene is the Soudan, At the village of El Teb, thousands of black, yelling, fanatical followers of the fabdi have gathered.to ol)pose the further progress of tihe British force marching to the relief of two be, sieged garrisons. In a large hollow arquare, one side of which is formed by the Naval Brl. gade and two other regiments, the Britishers press forward, Jack quick ly silencing the enemy's guns, which are mounted on earthworks thrown up round the village, Suddenly, as the square sweeps down on the Arabs, the latter cease their rifle.fire, leave their shelter, and pour down upon the square. Hundreds are slaughtered by the machine guns of the Britishers, but, heedless of shot and shell, hundreds more continue the reckless charge; and with such impetuosity do the, hurl themselves on that part of thc square formed by the Naval Brigade that it is broken. Then occurs an in cldent unparalleled In the history ol warfare, A number of Arabs rushe...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANIMAL LEARNING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

ANIMAL LtEAININW , Dr, T, Zoll, t. erman natUrall,, Jhat collected maIny Ilntimtthct to ? that unllluttl letlrl by uxl ce 1j l " thus beouio wliour thin. tiol. UnIf structed )iaroutOt. (lomJ( £tlhlli:tll 0o all kinldHs,hu UVeU, hIttv( lhatlnd tha range of niodoi'n ill t u, (irUoyholo0d3 quickly leart to let rabbIit alono, and foxlhouidnd pay 11o atuttt(ott to either rabbits or Ihaes, Killelur whaloj and gulli follow Wliall-iJp luii jua t js vulturzs follow an rlmly, Ci(\ows be guin to n(colllntlly tllho tllaltluahtbuit@r a? Ooo011 lt they have I80tuW the, I'rault O-h ills hIYt ellucearutu l rrhott, nlld routh. kL ~godl blfzzartus follow the 1otsrtlan ftimllr winged ga?eilo, IlThe Iuulbr of 'idu that kill or lnjuro thlitilelves by flying agaiiMit tolograph wires 15 uchm smaller1 thanl it uined to be, Di, Zel als(o rofors to thie fact tl:hat blrds and ( (roil tiiidl Ii have learned to delrolgar, paoiigH railway tralins, as hor, qruicly ceauu to be frightened by :,otorcale., lihls inst...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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WOOL SALES. London, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

WOOL SALES, At1 Ate p London, April 24., Spie fuotorp ~wool sales a further stie : Doce horn rllnehs1 ha. reetrioted compell. 'io lt teoientoy Ia very firm, liourn bu,,,rnville Cocola, manufaotured b Cad • i°, in a garden, Io rnville Popular Olg to ity and deliiouse flvor. A artle nn •al l nAustralia appoars in tho IthFlr 4 'Io, i,. " ta Loudon publication, AU?otrdala3rd i ,t (l'The papr ettes;- volrtbl5 is lcd by eucli a iollblnation If lie,,y ,tiestora lhat a record yver of pto· I efity io lqj1 ip d dr:,o o~ er ria f prlo c.la fall an?, ,li( st, rtain. The tal. 4I It llo rIoda of wool and n totlll t nton ako oi"tllo Iliiti to equ1tt1tl o lr I)llnOd't l . eonl aio l \vill hc lt, I 'ho lijo ani oijl il. teurchll, 12L LOn II 0'o holl n s, oil , havy lrothtsr1?alI 1.Zutralia j):istoral end exe11ortibl 1o'fI,'11her0 ic still con L at blo o ll t h ? iv hor (tl'?OcOS are Ilgorl otm.viienldl nro likely to bo ACoh 0a0 1111P1h111 are huno1wn to be tIrnlly ~ 4 ei,?une ~Cttets as a meane of •...

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RAINFALL. A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

RAINFALL, ·-4 --G---. A COMP'A1A''IVj ''A 'H,, 1hllT _- ..... l 91 ({ I'/U~li 11 * J n ....' I ' , ''0, "0; F eb . . ... 0 'O i + : ' 0' 1 1'OT '0o March 4 42 l'(1l 'ii 2'', Aprilr , 'W i if '7I i 6I')0 May ,., 11'05 2OS'0 8 , ( 1 ,, Junlo,,, '10l 274 22" 1 July,.. S'O'3 1'48 :Io0/ 101 Augubt 1'82 '01 1140 1'3 8ept.. 2'80 :i'l ,I 411 2 1 Oot, ,,, l13a '82 0 44 1 ,8 Nov, ... 100 '00 14 i48 08 Deo, ... * O 0130 301 002 i'El iv. 1211.o'J 19 52 j 181.

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PRODUCE MARKETS. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

PRODUCOE MARKETP, Mlelbourne, Friday, Wool,-Sales were held in Melbourne on Wednesday, 2o2d inst., when all the brokors oisteed catalogues, tolallnlu 3,000 bales, Thl bulk orf the oflerinae were made up of greasy orutchifngs and lambs, with a fair selection of ecoured, Competition was very keen throughout the sale from a large attendance of buyers, several Sydney repro, lentatives belig present., The msarket for allgood fleece showed an advance of 5 per cent, compared with prices at our last sale on 25th Februoay, Crutohlings met with een competition and a good locol delmand, and bhad ready sale at prices fully e qual to thCree ruling last season for this classe of steple, Tho third serifs of sales wil open in Lo?don on Tuesday, 28th lost, Prospects re good, and prices are oxpected to be tully mstitained, Sheepakins,- Large supplies tere sulbmitted at this week's auctions, iuyers were well represented, and the netrket advanced ?i to jd on all well grown lines, whilst shlorter Irqthe...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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Comedy in the Country. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

Coomedy In the Country, Tlielu are soine very amusing stor, (eA in a little volume entitled "lumops of the Country," which was published a short time ago, In one of the beet h.o poet Coleridge is introduced, His horse had lost a 11hoe, and as It was being replaced by i Somerset blacksmith he asked the time, "I'll tell 'eo presently," sir," said tho man, Then he lifted a hind toot of tle horse, and, looking across It at. tentively, said, "Halt*past elevent," "Hflow do you know7" asked Cole ridge. "Do 'ee thinkl r have shod horaes all my life and don't know by sign what time It Is?" The poet want away puzzled, but returned in tan evening and offered :ho blacksmith a slhilling to show him how he could tell the time by a horsi's hoot, "J1st you get off your horse, sir, Now do 'ee stoop down and look thrIIough the hole in yon pollard ash, and you'll see the church clookl" ?t S9P ? ,1~lll

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A PRICELESS TREASURE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

A PIRIClLE?S TRIA6URI, A little sallow child, with ecant1 hair and red.ctroled eyes, had dream, td throllugh all her nine years that she would grow rip a beautiful lady to ',hoUi scores of hiandsomeo youth, wcoull oftoer their homage, When her rmothler scolded, her teacher frowned, r her eyes plained her, sheo forgot iorsell In her dream. One day a coon ciontious teacher lost patlence with rtle child's absenoe of mind nnd told wer in a few oruel phrases what she loolod like and what she was growing tup to be, When that school.day end ed, tile toncher walked away light, rnartedly, all unconuscious of the i. reumedtiable mischlef sheo had worked but she had stolen and destroyed a irreulaceable treasure,

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SIR ALEX. PEACOCK'S VISIT TO ST. ARNAUD. FATHER DOYLE TRAVERSES THE MINISTER'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

SIR ALEX. PEAOOOK's VISIT TO ST. ARNAUD, FAT1HElt DOYLE TtAVEqjtle' THEI M IN i 'TE ' l 1 8'E01i, Preaching at vugperf on u1iuday, iF'ther Doylv u'id ;-8-t, Arnaud Wa' honorld I?lt Frida y by l vil and spurch from the Minioter of Eduoation, the occasion tbi'jg li formal opening of the local ltate High idchool, According to tho lpri' report, Sir Alexandor 1 'acook wiehltd everyone to underetatll that the Education lIpalrtment had liaadeo nftw departure from the original aail of State education in Victoria, At firlt the avowed obj'ot was to colst, lilui a primary system of free., eoCUlar and coinpulsory eduoatioo, so that evFryono should be able to read, writ and Imalk up accounts, Oily the thr(e lt'J wero then regarded as ebenthil to the educational requirements of thi State, Now, it was the purpose oo the Slate io furniiah very boy and girl, wboviic parentR desired it, with free eduatilon in thii various arts and ?ience;ic , living and dead language, and a Univereity course, This se...

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RAILWAY ACCIDENT. THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

RAILWAY AOOIDENT. THE INQUE'ST, The adjourned Inquect oonourning the leath of William 1. Lawronco, railway rmployoe, at 1t, Arnaud, on the night of heo 22nd Inlt,, was resumed at the Jourt Houan yeaterday, before )Dputy Coronor Mr. R, Sloane, J,P, Mr. J, Fitapatrick, Ditriot Suporlntondent, ap. ieared for the Railway Commliulonioir ; and Mr. Jolloy, of Maryborough, was pro. ient in the Intoroita of the ienine crew. Ira, Lawronoo, wife of decoased, wae alno preaont. ''ho following evidence wHH (iven : Auguob Horwig deposed : 1 am an engine !river, roeiding at Maryborough, Ro. ommber the night of 22nd Inst, Camo to St, Arnaud, Had one truck to put olF. WVent ahead with the one truck, and wag on No, 2 road, Lawrence out oil thie truck for No, 3 road, Ho failed to open the pointo for No, 3 road, and the truck wunt down the main line, Wo went on to tilak water, and Liwrenco told un the truck went on the main line, lio vald he would have to ao down and pick It up again, When we linlihod t...

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ST ARNAUD PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

STP ARNAUI) PRODUCE MABRT(1: I, IL T, 1Edivrds reporte --Whea, 3I4~to 3/5~lg in ru shed. 0 Ur, 1/7 to 1/9; Pelts, 4i to 8c1 per lbJ ; Iarnbs, to Od per l b;i robblt, Od ; hIdee, 41cI to OJi,

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COMMERCIAL. MERCURY Office, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

CROMMEROIAL, ld~uuoun Oflioe, Tusaday evening, WHOLESALE, I ] RETAIL, Flour, £8/1716 FIlour, 150 lb. bay 15/6 Chaff, £3 Ohaff, 41 Fresh Butter, dairy, Fresh butter, 1/l 10d; Factory, 1/2 Faotory, 1/4 Egs, il/ Eggs, 1/3 Bloo, 1/I Bacon, 1/2 Ohese, 8t Oheose, 10d Pollard, £5 per ton Pollard, 1/3 ros, £5 per ton Bran, 1/3 Potitoe, 6i Potatoes, 2/ per qr

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SOCIAL. BRABENDER—DAVIS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

SOCIAL. BRABENDER-DAVIS, A very pretty wedding took plasco at St. Lake's Church, Groytown, I.Z,, on February 18td, when Miss Janu DJvie, oldest daugilter of Mr. John Davisa, an old and highly respected resident of Groytown, was wedded to Mr. Peter BrabOndor, son of Mr, D. Brabonder, of Gro Gro North, Victorla, The bride, who was given away by her father, was attired In a oroeam spotted silk with croam lace and croam stlhi trhnmuing, and wore the usual veil and orangeo blossoms, The brldo's selster, Miss E, Davis, attended as bridesmaid, and was dressed in cream silk voileo trimnnod with pale blue satin, and wore a pioturo hat of pale blue. Mr. Gjorge Martin, of Syduoy, oflioliatoed as beat man. The'lo brldegroom's present to ile bride was a gold brooch sot with op?ls, and to thl: brldeumaid a cold brooch eot with Ipearls and rubles, The brideo's presento to tl: brldegroom was a plair of gold sleeve links, Mr. lrabonder wore a beautiful gold ring, a present frotm his father, After th...

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The Very Latest. Melbourne, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

he Very Latest. - --+ - -- - I-·· Melbourne, Tueaday evening, Wheat,-The London markeb ic cabled quiet, but oteady, Lool budi. necs is very dull, May deliveriec are quoted at 3/10, Flour, £9. Ote. Milling, 1/10k; food, 1/9, Obhaff, £3/7/6, Hay, £,4 10 to £5, Potatoec, £4/1 to £5., Onionse, £5. 15 to £6., Mr, Glynn, Minister of External ffairo, hbe rOOeceived a mosb favorablo report from the Government geologiet in regard to tin discovorico in thebo Northern Territory, The Stato Oabinet hba decided to call the State Parliament together in the last week in June, Dr, OCharles Cuty Salmou wae imetalled ae Granidmaeter of tho Frece maonao tbie event??ag, Ralph Davic, an immigrant,, was charged at the Oity Court with having inculliooent mueas of support, Since hib arrival eight months ago he hbe been convicted threo time., lie was remanded for a week with a view to deportation, Mr, Ooolk, Prime Miuicbr, states thlst the Prfreerence Prohibition Pill will be the thit mnaceurn introduced aft...

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LOCAL TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

LOOAL TELEPHONE EX OHANGE, -----4.--- LIST OF SUB8CRIBIERS,8 N5an, No. Avery, Mrs, A. F ... , 87 -ank of New South Wales ,, 77 Bank of Vlotoria ,, ,,, 70 Bonnettt, Dr, J, 1. .,: ,, ,, Ioll & Lorimor .. ,,. 14 Ilakleley, A. 1. ,,, ... 0 Bl1enoowe, F. 0. . , ... 6 BI11 ? 'i, .R .... ... .. , 01 Borounh Ofilore, T'own Hall ,,, 51 Bray, 0, ....... ... 64 Bray, Lan ... , ,,, ,,, 91 Broeno, Mlee , , ,,, 104 Broadbont Bros ... ,,, 42 Cametory ..., ... ... 69 Olovor, F. P. ,,, ,,, 34 Cookburn, (. A. ,,, ,,, 81 Coopor, R, J. ,,, ,,, 68 Convent of Mercy .,, ,,, 45 Cougle, A, J. (with extensielon to private house) ,, ,,, 11 Crone, Jas ..., ,,, ,... 37 Daroy, Mrs. ,, ,,, ,,, 80 Davison, Rev. J, W...,, ., 67 Davies, F, i?. ,,, ,,, 44 Diokinson, R. ,,, ,,, 57 Divola, A .... ,,, ... 31 Doyle, Rev. . ,,, ,,, 28 Dunkloy, H, W. (ofimoe) ... 8 Dunkley, IH. W, (resildence) ,,, 17 Dunlop, Mrs, P, A, , .., 97 Edwards, H, T. ..., ... 6 Edwards, II, T,.(prIvatehonuo).,, 8 Edwnrde, Emily ,,, ,,, 35 ...

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AVON PLAINS LAKES. BATYO CATYO SCHEME. PROPOSED BRIDGE OVER THE RICHARDSON. April 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

AVON PLAINS LAKES, BATYO OATYO HC[IEME. ROPOSEI1) BRIDGE OVER THfE. 1IO0ARDSON, (F'rom our own Uorreoponden?,) April 23,d, The permanence of the water upply in the above lakes was practi :ally assured today, as the result of a noeting, the announcement of whioh ippeared in your last issue, The Nlinister of Water Supply (Mr, Futchinson), Oommissioner Cattanach, and Chief E|gineer Shaw, duly arrived, inspected the IJkes, anti attended a meeting of local residento, The coil. ,fisaioners were very favortibly im. pressed with the lakes as a natural storage basin, They considered tile esireo to have them filled from the lBtyo0 tyo scheme a most laudable one, and saw no difficulty whatever, As the result of the meeting, they gave a drefinito promise of the water free of bcharge from Batyo.Ostyo, providing that the channel for oname was cut not at the expense of the State Rivers and Water Commission, The proposition was conldered by the meeting to be umost satisfactory, and was readily agre...

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DATES OF COURTS. FOR YEAR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

DATES8 OF OOURlT~8. FOR YEAR~ 1914., Tho following are the flxtures for the holding of oourto bat S, Arnriud durlng 1914: Survnptm C'oun'T, Tueeday, 12th May, Tuesday, 10hbb Novembor, COOUNTCY CounT AND GENISAL S?1BsioNB, Tueeday, 21st April, Thuroday, 13th Auguab, Tuesday, 13th October, Wednesday, 9th December, Oriminal--Daily, Civil and iceuinug-.The Police hlngistrate will sit on alternateo Fri. dayo, commonoing from 9/1/14, Civil bneiness will be couduoted in the other week on Tueuday.

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

LBW1'TS--CAILN1{Ns, A quliet pretty wdlinug was eslenlmursed at 8oote' Ulhurch bMolbourne, on 16ih April, when Miss Mraroaet Robnlus Cairn,, eldest dlaughlbor of Mr. tand hire, loberb Calrne, of Yawong, Charlton, was mIarried to Mr, Lowie Rooberte, tormerly of Ballarat, now of Willaura, 'heooroemony wase performed by theo Roev, A. Ml'Donald, of Aloxandra, Tlhe ohuruh was prettily decorated with bridal asters and branches of gul, Tlhe bride, who was given away by her brother ('r, Aleox, Cairue), wore & navy blue tailor.made one. tume, with hat to matoch, The Ibrideo aid, Mliee Mhary Cairne, wase attirod in pale bloue vollo trimmedl with oremeo ulpuro, She woro at black hrat, Mr, Wasoy eupp?, teod the brld)groom nas ht masn. The bride. groom'e gift to the bridle was a set of furs, and to the brildesmasi a gold bambno bRaUle. The brido's gift to thllo bridegcoom wasu a ot of gold elovelinkse, A recoption wa~ held sr Sarngeant' Cafe, whore ,o dulitlly.eervol wedding tea was part...

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TRAIN SERVICE. ST. ARNAUD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

TRAIN SERVICE. ST. ARNAUD TO MELBOURNE, Leoavs 7,30 am. dally, arrives 3.55 p.m. Fast train luaveoa p.m. daily, arrives at 10 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and at 10.55 p.m on Tuosdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. MELBOURNE TO ST. ARNAUD. Loavou 6,40 a.m. dally, arrives at 3,22 Faot train leavo o 5,16 p.m. dally, arrlves at 11,30 p.m. MOTOR TRAIN. Loavoe Maryborough daily at 8,40 am. arriving at St. Arnaud at 10,36 sm, Leavou St. Arnaud on return at 12.15 p.m. dally for Maryborough, arriving at 2, 17 p.m. I

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OTHER PLACES CONNECTED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

OTIIHER PLACES CONNECTED., The looal exchange l counuooted with the ollowling placee, the oharge~s for oonve eatione boiung ae under: irsb Eivery additional 3 minutee, 3 minutee, Benalibha ,. 4d . 3d D)unolly ,, Od tid Cope Cope ,,, 3d . 3d Mlaryborough 8d ,. d Ctlriebrook,. .. Od Noweteoad ,,. 1/ . Od Majoroa ,.. ../ d 3Bung Bong .. 1/ .. d Avoca .. I/ .. 04 1)onaid ,,, 44 ,. 8d LitCohfleold .. 6d .,. d Maesey .. 8d .. Gd Watohem .. 84 ,. 6L Morton Plains 1/ G, d irohlp ,, 1 ,., 9d Kinnebulla.. 1 .. d Talbot .. 1/ .. Od Cluneo e 1/ .. 9d Tarnagulia ,. 8A . Od Llmnelly 8. d . 6d Newbridge ,. I .. 9d Inglowood . 1/ .. Gd Moolerr .. 2d . 2d Boealey's Bridge 24d . 2d [rottlngton 2. d . Wlnjailok . 4d ,,, 3d Roetron .,, 4d ,,, 3d Paradleo ,., 3d .. 3d Navarre ,., Gd ,. d Landeborovgh 84d . Ed Joel Jol ,. 84 , Gd 8tawell , oI l . Od Mlelbourno .. 1/10 ,. 114 Ballhrat ,,, 1/4 ,= 1, Oeelong , I/10 ,., 1/

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NEW POSTAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 29 April 1914

NEW POSTAL RATES. Thie uow postal ra~eos, luoldling penny postage on letters, came Into force on the let of May, The redueood rates are as follow : THROUGHOUT COMMONWEALTH AND PAPUA. Letters, id per b oZ. Letter cards, singlo, id each, Do,, reply, ld each half. Post carda, single, Id each, Do,, reply, Id eaoh half. Printed papors, Okd per 2 oz, Books, printed-outselde Australla, 0Od per 4 oz,; in Australia, 0jd per 8 oz, Magaziineo-Printed in Australla, 0hd per 8 oz, ; printed outoldo Australia, 0Od per 4 or. 4"Hnuard," Obd per 12 oz, Commerolal papor, pattern?e, samnple, and merchandise, Id per 2 oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS, Letters from the Commuonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea domlnlnlons, British colonies and proteotorates, oxoopt the New Hebridesu, ld per 4 oz. NEW ZEALAND AND THE 18LANDS the rates to NIew Zealand, ritji and Brtlish Solomou Islandts are; Letters, Id 8 oz, Post cards, singlo, Id, Do,, reply, Ld each half, Lotter cards, olngle, ld. Do,, reply, ld each half, Maga...

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