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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 2 May 1914
?ATHLETIOS, Donaldoon, the Ohompion Austrnlian runner, h9e again distinguished himself in the old country. At Glasgow on Tuesday, ho wa s sucesful in a handi. cap of 130 yards and also in the 300 yards event. IDonaldson started from scratch in the ahort race, and ran the distance in 194 sec. The time for the 300 yards event wau 31 see,
SHIRE OF KARA KARA. DATES OF COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 2 May 1914
SHIRE OF KAR A KARA, DATES OF COUNCIL MEETING Tho Kara Rara Shire Oounoil will meet on the following dates : May ... ,,, .. 7 Juno ,. .. ,... 4 July ,.. .. ,,, 2 August ... ,, ,,.. 6 September .,, ... 3 October ... .. . , , 1 October ... .., ... 29 December ... ... 3
OUR SYDNEY LETTER THE LABOR SQUABBLE [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 2 May 1914
OURI SYDNEY LETTER (From our own Oorreapondout,) Tfll LAIIOR IQUAIIIi G It " wild, whirling words" could be :aken at their face value, it would be afe to say that we were on the verge if an irrevoaablo split in the Govern nent ranks. There io absolutely no neans of reconoiling, dialeotically, the slaime of the Political Labor Leagues, so voiced by the " Worker," with the anesikeablo determination of Mr. Rolman, the State Premier, that he will not concede those olaims, nor continue in ollice, if the party, at its a next meeting, should declare in favor of them, Fortunately for the con tinuity of events, words, in some 7 mouths, carry very little weight, To t hear two fub fags slanging one another, one would imagine that something very terrible--murder at the very least was going to happen, But when they have given vent to their feoelings, and blown off the " waste steam," current aff?iru go on very much as they did before, There is no necessity to quote your contemporary's lurid rhet...
WOOL SALES. London, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 2 May 1914
WOOL SAIJ?S, London, April 29. The third eorioe of wool sales opened in London on Tuesday, with otJfring~ of 11005 bales, of whioh 7697 bolos oame from Now 73aland. Competitlion wao good, Yorkl?hire. men being the priuoipal operators, Amori. cane gvwe fair support, but Conlinontal buyers were quiet., In comparison with the oloeiog ratee of theo marh seriea, values of medium and lower orooebreds woer practlonlly unchanged, while thoeo of merinooe and Line orosabreds hadr a slight upward tendoncy, ooaaslonlly amounting to a 5 per ocnr, advance, London, April 20, At the sales on \Vednesdhy there was strong competition, prioee for all deeoriptions having an upward tendency, alorinooe mot with koea demand from both Amerlcan and Continental bityere,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 2 May 1914
Sc)'RATi P. .App \ S, : Pase and palatable. SiTUATIONS VACANT, W ANTED. - Expeorenced 00COK, No washing. 15/ per week, Api ply at ones, Mrs., (??oncox MI'KEclxuNII, St. Arnaud, St, Arnaud District Hospital 'ANTED AT ONCE,-LAUN. DRESS, temporary employment 3 weeks, Wages, 20/. Apply MAT?oN, CCHURCH NOTICEb. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, NEXT SUND)AY, Rev. A, Maodonald at St, Arnmud at 11 a,m,.; re Gre North, 3.p.m, Mr, W\, H, Rae,-St, Arnaud North, 11 a,m,; John Bull, 3,80 p m,; Be3sley's Bridge, 7,30 p.m OHURCH OF CHRIST, Mill Street, St. Arnaud, D, M,. M'Craokett, Evangellst, Servio next Sunday,--Morning, 11, Worship and Broaklng Broad ; afternoon, 2,45, Bible School and Bible Class ; even. ins, 7, (Jaspel Sorvice-SuhjeCt, "Almost a Chrlstian." AMUSEMENTS. St, Patrick's Tennis Club, EUOHRE PARTY and DANCE will be hold In the Moohanloa' Institute on THURSDAY, May 7ch, Euchre 8 to 10, Refreshmen's, Double tclket, 4/; single ticket, 2/6, J. V, LARKIN, Hon. Sea, ANNUAL ANNIVERSARY OP TILE Trayn...
SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. ST. ARNAUD CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 2 May 1914
SPORTING NOTES.; FOOTBALL, ST, ARNAU) OLUB., A meeting of football supporters was held at the Town Hall Hotel on Thurs. day night, when there was a good attendance. His Worship the Mayor (Or. W, J, Rowe) was voted to the chair, Mr, Oherry, ecorotary, road the fol. lowing communication which he had received from the seorotary of heo Donald Football (inb, under date April 24!h :--" At our meeting held this evening it was resolved to form a competition comprising St, Arnaud, Donald, Watohem and Birchip teaims, I have been instructed to write the various olubsif they are agreeable, and, It so, that a delegatos' meeting will be held at the Me, Jeffcobb Hotel, Donald, at 8 p m, on Friday, let Msy, ir., Cherry stated that he had acknowledged the letter in due conure, intimating that steps would bhe taken to appoint delegates, Hle had, however, since received another letter from the seoretary of the Donald Olub, under date April 29th, which practically upset the original oorrespondence, The...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 2 May 1914
A GROCKER'S RECOMMENDATION, "For the past twenty years," writoe Mr. Harrison, Orooer, Parramatta Rd. and OCahorloo St, Lelahbahrdt, N.S,W. "I have been a sufforor from Diarrhooa, and although I have tried various preeoeiptioun have found othing rolioeveo mo like Chamberlain'e Collo mud Diarrhoea Remedy. I alhays keep a bottle for my own use at my private reeldenoo and at my etoreo," old by all ulorkeeopore, SEVERE CASE OF EOZEMA, UUREI) BY R1EXONA, " I suffered from Eczenma on the handu and ohest for twelve month,," writes Mlse, Wilson, 12 Lowisetroob, Radtorn, " The itoh and pain of it was something aorol. I could not keep from eoratohing It, and when I did it would blood dreadfully, I ouold not sleep, for tho ogouy was unboarablo. I tried many different oiutments, also dootor'e mediolne, which ho preacribod for me, but without doing mo one serap of good, I happened to hoar of Rexona Oin1moont, and a. it had boon recommendeod to ma I gob a box and tried it, and It noted jueb like m...
TENNIS. COPE COPE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 2 May 1914
TENNIS, COPE COPE DISTRIOT ASSO. QIATION FINAL, (From our own oorrespoudent.) A largo gathering assembled at the Cope Cope court on Wednesday after noon to witness the grand final between Oaklands and Cope Cope clubs, It was generally expected that this game would provide good and exciting tennio, and this proved to be so, In ideal weather, and on a perfect court, with both teams fully represented, the spectators worn treated to an excellent exhibition of tennis, Excitement was at its height when Messrso, J. Feeny and J, Gilmour (Cope Cope) and Messrs. L, and T, Bath (Oaklands) stopped on to the court to fight out the final set, Oaklands leading by one game at this stage, A magnificent contest ensued, and when the scores 3 all were called the position was desperate. The Cope Cope pair, however, prevailed, and carried off the sot at 6-4, which gave Cope Cope the victory and premiership by one game. It was a fitting finish to a well contested competition, The players on both sides wer...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 2 May 1914
GOLF. Mr. J. La Gerohe has been appointed captain of the Maryborough Golf Club, Golfers and others interested are again reminded that the opening of the season, as far as the St. Arnaud Club le concerned, will take place thie after. noon at half paet 2 o'clock, when a gymkhana will be held, Represenb. atives of local and district sporting olube are cordially invited to attend and take part in the competitions,
REDBANK. DEATH OF MR. JOHN WILLET. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 2 May 1914
REDBANK (From Our Own Correspondent.) &nbsp; DEATH OF MR JOHN WILLET. Quite a gloom was cast over the little town of Redbank on Saturday afternoon when it became known that a highly respected resident, in the person of Mr. John Willet, had died that day in the Maryborough Hospital. About a fort- night ago Mr. Willet met with an accident through falling about 10 feet in an under- &nbsp; ground tank in which he was working. He injured his side and no doubt this &nbsp; was the cause of his death. A few days &nbsp; after the accident Mr Willet consulted Dr. Grimmer, of Avoca, who at once &nbsp; ordered him to the Maryborough Hospital. He was there only a week when he died, in the presonce of his wife and family, who wero called to his bedside,. The Immediate cause of death was internal &nbsp; paralysis. In the death of Mr. Willet, Redbank has lost a good townsman, one who took an interest in everything that was for the good of the district...
PRODUCE MARKETS. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 6 May 1914
PRODUCE MARKETSP Melbourne, Friday, Wool,.-Slnco tho BalR hold hlab woek bainoes has boon voiy (ulot in tIli local market, Most of the wool pasSed in at that aslo has now been old, and a(ooka anr aaiin vary low. A few lots of orulohing wool have arliyed into store durling tho week, but thiao will now bo hold for tho next public oale, which will probably boe held in Juno, Theo lIadtord market alao t shows a further Improvemonb finoo our last report, merino tops IIRviug advanold .[d to ;?i per lb., and lino orotsbredBs Id whiloti miediuim and alrotng quality oroeslrodas ro reported unchlanged. Shleepaltine.-L'lairly good ostalogues were offared at anotion this wook. Bidding was very b;lok throughout the silo, and the mIarkoet for all weVllgrown fiklns advatoed l1 par Ib. Other olaenes 6old at ltto rates, Ilide,--Averaga aupplica woro lubmlitted at this weeik's alitoi, and buyora wero in full attendance, Tlho imarket again showeod w(lOknics, and, compared with the previous ntiotionl, p...
COMMERCIAL. MERCURY Office, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 6 May 1914
OOMMEROIAL, lnERoRY Offico, Tuoeday evolntig. WHOLESALE, RETAIL, Flour, £8/17/6 Flour, 150 lb, ba Chat, £3 lOhaff, 94 lFresh Butter, dalry,' Freah butter, 1/ 1Od Faotory, 1/2 Faabory, 114 G1ggs, Ill Egge, 1/3 Baconl 1/1 Bacon, 1/2 Ohooeso. 8d Oheoeo, 10d L ollard, f.5/ per ton Pollard, 1/3 Bran, £5 per ton Bran, 113 Potatoee, O/ Pottooe, 2/ per qr
RAILWAY EXTENSION. OPENING UP OF PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 6 May 1914
RAILWAY EXTENSION, OPENING UP OF PORTLAND, When ofliolating at the ceremony of initiating the sohoeme of harbor improve. ment at Portland on Thursday last, the Premier made certain remarks which give a very encouraging aspect to the scheme propounded at St. Arnaud for linking the main lines with Portland, Mr, Watt said :-" The present work meant the first step towards deoontrallei ation in regard to the trade interests of the Western distriot, It would bring to this port trade from the Wimmors, and the mdlies, and the south-east and South Australla, while the Government was endeavoring to make arrangements with New South Wales by which the groat bulk of the produce of Rtvorlna would come hero, The country naturally tributary to thisl great ocean gate would be linked with Ib as early as possible, Probably none of them would live long enough to understand the beneficent effect ont the Western district of opening this port, but he believed that it would be one of the most revolutionary...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 6 May 1914
1 hn ýA~rl nl ;0 prýr:.'exprk'ioe -''liru'n F r ( uxt', Ivsry 11au1ewlfo 1ppree(lato ilotkoilomy in use, For RrozchInl CotLIho, t(aO 1Vooda' (]ronb P'eppermlint Curo, 1/0, GHUICII NOTICEU. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S UN)AY, Mlay h;d, 19l4,-B'ourth Sun. day iaftr EaIter.-- ospital Sunday, -8 a,m,, Holy Conniionii; 10,1 aRm,, Ohildren'es oervin ; 11 am.l,, Mattilne, Litany and Sermon; 7 p,m,, Evensong and Sermnn, 3 p.m., Uranpoooe, t'roaoher Thn Vioar, 3 pm,, Kooreh; 7 p,n ,, St, Arnaud I~st, Preachor-Mr., F?nrant, The Offertories at all sorvioce arc for the St. Arnaud Hoapital, P I"·"DL~LF·^n~l;w c~c·*~P- ~ sum"· AMUSEM INYS, JOYLAND, THE HOME OF MOVING PIOTURES. Every Monday and Wednesday, Completo change of programme each evening. Adults, 1/; children, 6"1, State School, Carapooee, BALL and SUPPER will be held in the OCrnponoe State School on Friday, May 15. Admieslon, 2/0, W, CROWVURST, Heon, See, Kooreh Cricket Club, BALL, in aid of the above will be at Mr. T, Prootor'a residence, eo, K...
RAINFALL. A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 6 May 1914
RAINFALL. A COM'ARATIVE STA'TEMENT, - I 1910o 1911 O 1912 1913 I 1914 Jan. ... 1'74 II 05 03 I 047 Fob, . '00 5 73 1'07 1 07 '08 Maroh 4'42 I 1'1 'D9 I 2'9 '62 April,,, '28 '15 '37 1 '0 1-89 May ,,, 3'05 I2'05 '20 2?21 Juno,., 2'16 2'1 I74 220 107 July ,,, 3'97 1'15 3'07 1-01 Auguot 1'82 '01 1'45 1'60 Sept,,. 2'85 3'13 4'll I 210 Got. ,,. 1'13 '52 0'44 180 Nov..., I'09 '0 1'43 I0 38 Doo,.. '50 130 301 0,02 Tt' in, '23.07 I 19'52 18'54 I 10'10
ABOUT WORKING CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 6 May 1914
A-OOT WORKING CLOTHES, MIon and women are obliged to la. bor; they must dress according to their work, and that is as it should he. Men aro not expected to groom their horses in a mauve.color summer suit and French kid boots, neither are they expected to sit down at table in the same clothing they have worn in the stables, thereby making them. selves offensive to all lovers.of clean. liness, Notlier would we have the wife and mother look like a harlequin on dress parade, If she has dirty work to do she can wear a neat print dress, have a large apron which is easily removed, and it costs but a trifllo to put a white inuen collar round the neck, and a ruffle or cuffs in the sleeves, and these trifling additions brighten a plain face, and make the wearer much more pre. sentable and attractive. The woman who heeds little details 'e dress will never be under the hui millating necessity of making worse than useless excuses when unexpec. todly surprised by strangers, for she is always dres...
HOSPITAL SUNDAY. OPEN-AIR SERVICE AT ST. ARNAUD. RECORD COLLECTION. £71/10/9. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 6 May 1914
HOSPITAL SUNDAY, (PENN.AIll SERVIO?E AT ST, ARNAUD, ItECORD CUOLLEOTION, '1'i ) popularity of the fat, rnlu jloapital ia a publlo Institutlon wa gen i evidonued on Sunday afternoon, on lih occasion of the annual opelua deimonatratlon, whlich took pla?o o ono of the prettily laid-ut d ct in the Queen's Gardenst Dell.... wouthor prevailed, and there was a very l'rgo attiodiance, Includlng a nue,, cunti ty realdenta, The pakoelre in?lud? uoveral Piarlamontary refreskentativee notably theo Hln, Agar \ ynlne (t,ot, Inatur.General), the Lion, ans Irvlt, M.lil t, for the Oramplane, and rll;,' WV. L ennington, 11 L.A. for KmMra ,'a' 'l'huu goentlomen, together wi'h r, b'ranrlu Manallack (preald?nt iof lr IHohplial), and Blo \Yiloral9 the 8 (Cre W. J. Rowe), who presided, McOd ohairu on a lorry whici did du yIU/r4 platform, Thu St, Arnaud and Distriot Band under the conduotorahlp of ir, lMonottl, marched from the web? bridge to the gardens sllortly boforl 3 o'clock, and on arrival no tnl, wa...
LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 6 May 1914
LADIES. " Many \vomun and girlt suffer 11ueoce earily, when i little knowledge may save them years of pain and misery," Tlhie koow. ledge every woman will alud in the " Nt ura " eoalth (uide, sent free on receipt of tl to envo? pohstge. Address l)opt. A, ,1,, " Naturn" Hlealth i, (Mlr,. 1). Al. (lifford Superintendeut), Australian Buildings, 19D Ehliabethl Street, Melbourneo, " ' 1URKIISlI ROSE" is Ihe moaib perfect skin food ever offered to the publio, It touoes up and feeds the tiesue anud nervot of the fnet in the most natural way, andl positively doos not pro. duoo hfair, One jtr will teransformn the wort shin, giving a line oomlplexion and i boauti. iul soft akin. " Turkish Rose" has R? e?ttalllhed Continental reputatllon, In jare 2/ti, posl1ta0o t d extra, "Nature ' Health (Co, Melbo urne,
LITTLE RULES FOR HUSBANDS ONLY. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 6 May 1914
LITTLB RULES FOR HUSBSANDS ONLY. Don't forget that your wife will love in proportion to the amount of con. sideration you show her; that little daily attentions and trifles that demon strate love and devotion are far more raluable in married life than anything lso, Make a practice of occasionally briuging your wife home a burch of :lowers,. a bottle of scent, or some oth, er little gift, such as you constantly bestowed upon her in your courtship days, She will appreqiate such gifts far more than the bestowal of some grand gift presented on ?et occasions such is her birthday, or at Christmas-time. Try and grasp the fact that, even If you have been married some years, and though you may regard your% wife as an old married woman, she is still feminine enough to like being made love to. No woman is ever too old to be proof against being made love to. Show your appreciation of her dally efforts to please you, and instead of taking all her klndness and trouble for granted, give her an occ...