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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

VICTORIAN producers' Co,. 0perative CGo. Ltd. Ilcad OLp-405 Collinsa.t,, Melbourne, Grain Shed-Wlllamstown, Wool, Hide, and Skin Stores, IDAIRY PRODUCE. ~-Sale 1-Molbourue, lendigo, Sun. b nry aod Noagambio,. nd, Estate, ~nd InsuraUoo Agents. Bes., Manure, Oils, Twine, Gro. ceres, olea, &c, ENQUIRIE8 INVITED. p, & 0. Company Royal Mail Steamers. ... .larilles, Plymouth, and London, Fiog at -Adelolde, lrrmantlo, Colorpbo, Adlin Port Said and Tangior with permil. alo call at Brisndisi. First and Second alono only _______ Leave Som ,. Terl, Cem, i Melb, 50re mader' pm m- nr 3 p.m. , 0 la00 ,ddock May 5 More?n.,. 11000 lindrwae May 1 19 ~IOIRM 20 .Wr~teon June 2 NT01 ,,i 10G00 iLookyor ! June 1 histeanmers leave Adolide the following Thoradly at 6 p.m. To SYDNEY L?evI Arrive Steamer, Tons, Melbour'e Sydney, hlr , 12500 May 12I May 14 blsrmori 1C000 May 26 May 28 AllaeaInler fitted with Wireless Tele SprcIal Cheap Holiday Return Tickets IhCed io Colombo, ReturnoTictote to...

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SIR THOMAS LIPTON ON HOW TO SUCCEED IN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

81fi TjHOMAS3 LIPTON ON HOW 7TO SUCCEIED IN LIFE, I irtlly blolieve-and I speak froml Itorsonal experience--that no lad who i: seotting out to will hirs way in life can have a better spur to success than an intense desire to help and ilease his parent'c , imore Iartieularly his tuotholr, saya Sir 'lUhots Lipton. If lovo for her is the bhacg ground ot a boy's drceamsl 1 and granteud that ho has ordinary abilitios andi is willing to work, 1 consider there is no doubt of his ultimate success. Ninety out of a ]hundtred young po0 tIle don't realiseo that tlie very best asslstance and11(1 advice regarding their pirofessiots and theiri futuro livoes must come fromnt tholir piarents, who under* staud them better than anyone else on earth, A youtlh canumiot start too early, more eslpecially for a comnmercial career. I wonuld select his liftelltth year as a very good age for a lad to sitart out, for by that timle he ought to have ac. qulrod a s;olit( grotund-worlt of edutca tion, and at n igh...

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The Very Latest. Melbourne, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

The Very Latest. Melbourne, Tueoday evening, Whoeat,-Markbet unettled, itomp~t delivery, 3/10 to 3/11 ; July Septemr ber, 3/ll~, Flour, £9, Ote, 1/11 food, 1/10, OCbhaff, £3/10U, lay' £ t/10 to £5, Potatoes, £4 to £,4/4, Oaiono, £J3/15 to £j. A oonferenoce of State Treasurers meets tomorrow, and all the States will be represented, Ib will discuss the Savings Banuks compPtition, the con. solidation of State debts question, and double paymeonts to income tax, Mr, Groom, Minister for Customs has decidod to take no Fetdoral notion in regard to the Sydrney emall. pox outbreak, lFifty minors employed at theo Mag. dale and Sloanes nud Sootchmlan'o mines, Sta8woll, have strnuck againes an alteratiot of the day ashift as it will prevet thltm from attending football mnatohe andl other eport.o, The State Assembly of the roesby. torian Obhurch met to day, The Rev, J, Crooketon, of lcudigo, was installed as Moderator, The FBederal Motoorologist prcdicto good rains shortly. The now Governor Gener...

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MARNOO. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

MARNOO, (Ih'om our own Uorruspondent,) The now P'odaytorlan Churoch has at lalb boon erocted, and refleots great crodlt on the comninltte nand architeot, Tihe beautiful structuroe, so artistically and oomplotely liniusheod at aoost of over £'/00, prosonto a very pretty appeoarance, ird I?s a grerlat acquisition to our to?nii, The nponin: uorvlous woro eonduotud by th, Rov, Mr, MnatthowP , of Stawoll, on tho 3rd Mlay, and at both sorvices the build. ing waus pokod, OL Friday evooning a tin moetli?g w?U hold, and later a concert In aid of he building fuod. Tlhe?eo were well attendedr , and rosuletd ln a prolib of olose on £30, 'Th'lsle will, IC 1I undoratood, hIavo a very small margI n only owing on the church, thanI!s to I ln Ilboral and ltnroun e5ppl)ort iud donatttlone of the local roeldut?., Great credi le duo to the lady memboers (espoolly lrs?. 8, llinos), who arranged thioe pIrogramnno for the ooncourt from outeldo talentC, and made the IlleUtlo thl great 11eco8 1It uill doubtl...

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THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. tHE conference of delegates represent, olg tho Oo operative Butter Frotorifs of the Oommonwealth held recently in Sydney should have important results. i is now universally recognised that ha export trade in butter represents une of the most hopeful of the produo ng interests of Australia, The State if Victoria has boen exporting butter or well over twenty years, The useiness ab its oommenoemenb made wonderful headway, Ib looked, indeed, .a though there could be no limit to its xpansion, Unfortunately the growth Dame to a stop just when it was antioi pated that it would overtop that in he wheat and wool producing indue. ries. After a few years the value of he butter sent abroad from this State eached a total of' about £2,000,000 per annum, and there it stayed for a ong while. The reasons for this esesatiou of expansion were nob fully ecoognised at the thim, but have sinoo beoome familiar, The extent of country uitable for' dairying in its natural condition is ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

LOOAL ANTD IENRAL, Mesere, (, MI'Kehniu & Co, hlave entri?s for toamorrow's market at St. Armeud, Mrs, T, Martin, Bowvne.trooe, notifies in our adveOrtlStng columns that orders will be taken by her for all kindi of knitting, The borough counoil of Maryborouglh has voted £20 towards providing for the Agri. oultural Convention to be held in that town in July noxbt. At the police court on Monday, John R, Allen wan charged with being drunk and 'diaorderly on Saturday. He was dieochargeod with a caution by Mr, H, T., Edwards, JP., who oocupied the bench. Mr, A, Tuokett, senior telegraphist, of the General Po?t Ollice, hals been appeinted to the temporary chargo of the St. Arnaud post offieo, vine Mr, Mloronoy, who has returned to duty at Maryborough. Mr, Ernest Wood, a woll.known musincal personality and organist and diceotor of the Oholr a?t St, Palu's Cathedral, Melbourne, died on Saturday. He was 53 yoeare ot ago, and had been ill for about 12 months. Aooouuts are at the sub.t...

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Diplomatic. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

Diplomatic, Wlse doctors always word their ad lice to tlheir patiec ts co tlial tlhey will not tako oaoucoe. A nman once callod on a ph3 siciat to see if ihe could tlid anlly 'remedy for a re'd 10os0. "'Doctor," he said, 'what. shall I take to riemlOv, the rodlness of Ohly 11050" "Take nothling-- ~,'ecially between nleIll" the doc(or O;svered. In imarr·agle, r,,es \and Ihorns are inextrlcably blended, andi the only wise plan Is to elijoy thIo I'o?r?es, hod take as little notice of tllhe thorns as possible. 'Whatl wo t.eed is to hav'e sense enoagh to realiso that our people are Iould to have\' failings, anlld sense enolugh to see tIliem small, lI11emember that as a weaponll of de. ftnceC, "I'I1 sorry!" is a far better mLe. diun than "It wasn't my fault!" Whien ordirilug Cooon underlino lourn. vllli, nd obtlatu lo hbest ma~nuuaotured by Gadbuffeer lionaravlle, E'ngland,

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LOCAL TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

LOOAL TELEPHONE EX* OHANGE. S-- -+·s--- LIST OF SUBSCORIBERS. NAiua, No, Avory, Mrs. A, F, .,. ,... 87 Bank of New SoOuth Wales ,,, 77 Bank of Viotorl ... ... 76 BonneOtt, Dr. J. H, ... ... 27 Boll & Lorimer ... ,,, 14 Blakeley, A. 1, ,,, ,,, 51 Blenoowe, F. 0, .,, ,,, 66 Blis, W. R.... ... ., 61 Borouah Ol'ies, Town Hall ,,, 51 Bray, 0. ... ,,, ,,, 64 Bray, La ... ,, ... ,,, 91 Breeno, Miss ... ... 104 Biroadbont Bros. .., ... 42 Oemetery ., , .. ,,, 69 Clover, F, P, ,,, ,,, 84 Oockburn, 0. A. ,;. ,.. 81 Cooper, R. J. .,, ,,, 68 Convent of Meroy ,,. . , 45 Cougle, A, J. ,,, ,,, 11 Crone, Jas ., ,,, ,,, 37 Daroy, Mrs ., ,,, ,,, 89 DaviJeon, Rev. J, W, ,,, ,,, 87 Davies, F. E. .., ,,. 44 Dickinson, R. ,,, ,,, 57 Divole, A , ... . , 31 Doyle, Rev, O, ., ,,, 23 Dunkley, H, W, (ofioce) ,,, 3 Dunkloy, H, W, (resldenoe) ,,, 17 Dunlop, Mrs. P. A, ,,, .., 97 Edwards, H, T . ,, Edwards, H. T, (private honeue),,, 8 Edwards, Emily ,,, ,., 85 Estate A., Giles (with extension to Mrs. A. ...

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TRAYNOR'S LAGOON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

TRAYNOR'S LAGOON IMEOHANIOS' INSETITUTE, (Vtnom o? own ooroeepoudount.) The aeovoenteenruth annual demonot ration in oonneootion with the above was duly celobrated on thebo Gth int,, and, in accordancs with t?i? spirib of the lim~ueu, whioch ever demuando uomnething new or novel, a jumble fair was inugur'ated for the evenin'a ontertainment, whichl was procedrd by sporto and pio-ia in the afteornoon. The moot pleaainu feature was tihe prominent part which tbhe local ladieou played au titivo members of the insititut in the rumanagy uot of the ( vent. The triumph and euccoese of their recent American evening had by no mlealls pl t4d their onerty ar;nd enthuotianm, Womenl like they are over reosouetful, realising the fartidiouenese of thlie gneral publio aul the neeoouUily of their patroun being in a good humor, their firot item, afternoon tea, wae a triunmphl in motro waye thai one. Tllide with evening unpper they provided graetiO, lning, lidiou they had the man ono 11 ft. G ih, of rib...

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DR. WOODROW WILSON'S MASCOT [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

DR, WOODROW WILSON'S MASCOT Whilst many?? people are prepared to regard the year 1013 as one of Ill-omoen the figures have no terror for Dr. Woodrow Wilson, the United States P'resldent, On the contrary, he roe gards the date as one of happyomen front the fact that the number thlr. teen Ihas curiously-and happily been associated with his career, This is how the number thirteen has flgur. ed in Dr. Wilson's re'cord: Thirteen letters in his name, Thirteen years at Princeton when clhoson presldent of the Unilverslty, Tlhirteen years as president of Princeton University, Thirteen is the total of the numnier* als 1 9 12, the year of his nomina* tion. January 13 was the date of the meet*, ing of the loctoral College, Thirteen is the number of the seat he usually draws in a Pallman car, Thirteen letters in the naime of MIrs, \Vilson--leanor Wilson. Thli'teen letters In the names orf his daughters-Jeossieo W, Wilson and Eleanor Wilson, Thirtoen applicants for every of. lice he has at his di...

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RAILWAY EXTENSION. THE PREMIER AT MILDURA. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

FAILWAY EXTENSION, THE Pf'REIIER AT MILDURA, On the occasilon of his recent visit to thie northern dlsteiot of the State, the Premier, Mr, WRatt, made important refer. ence to national mattors, Speaking at a lunohoon at Wontworth, he said that he and his colleagues weore there beoiauo they vwor intoretoed in irrigation and railway extension. 'lThe New South \VWales and Vlotorlian Oovernmonts had united to promote a railway acrose Iho Murray near Wontworthl, and .bout 40 miles l?into New South Wales. T'he M'Gowon Govern. moet had doolded that It was a Rood schemo to allow oven the Victorian augeU to pierce north.maontorn Riveria in order that trade should ind its best outlet. It was partleoul ly Iplo?asing to see that tile older Now South i ? Waleo view that trade tshould be fnorced towards Sydney, just as Viotoria was forcing overythieg towards Melbourne, was now vanishing. Ap. parontly both States were now conviooed that they should provide the cheapset moans of settling thie lahd,...

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CORRECTING FAULTS IN YOUNG CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

TOO REIT'llNC FAULTS IN YOUNG CALVL ,. One of the most dilikcult habits tO overcome where a number of young calves are running in a loose-box is that of suckling one another (rtri.es an JInglish correspondent). Ther, is 4 wlc d!flormnca of opinion regarding tc rosauilt which may occur, Many clain that small ctlantltltiec of hair' are taken into the stomach, and thic i linaolly nmatted iuto a ,rm hall, whi hl may clog in the stomnach or bohels of the oalf, rotilllllng in death, 'The rea. son fa, thti habit of suclking may in fsonlic ie uea?' ggest a renioedy. WVheln we feed edlves \wltlith milk from tlhe pall, thloy drink so rapidly that theyl' fail to rollevo thei mniouth of the caliva whloh nlaturltlly mlixes with tile milkl, while they are suckfng. In or. dor to roliev\'o their mouths of the ec cretion which orgaus of digestion tlc manld, they will teek s'omofthin{m to suck which will rid their mouth of thle snaltiva, thalt has been retained to a largo extent, and their favorite o...

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BE CHEERFUL AND YOU WILL BE BEAUTIFUL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

BE CHEERFUL AND YOU WILL BE BEAUTIFUL, Engravod faces are more often tahe result of habit than' the marks of Time, that professional etcher who usually receives all the crodit for fonm hine ugliness. Womani is not con tent with exprosslng herself in words; she must needs malko little noses and funny faces to give completion to her idens, If you watl about your Jack of beauty, watch yourself for one short day. You will be surplrlsed to finud what wonderful things you will do with your own faote, If countenances were not so substantially built, they would sooner show the weai' and tear Imposed upon them, Wrinkles and lines are indexes to one's life book. T'lhe fretter has a slgnboard on her foroehead, and she advertlses her profession of omicial worrlier by growing box.pleats between her eyes, by allowlng her mouth to droop at the cornor~s, and by takltin on the plaintive lportrait of misery in which she really rejoices. But the optimist, the Individual of good cheer and laughter, sai...

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DON'T BE OVER-CAREFUL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

DON"'T BE OVER.CAREFUL, There are two sets of conditions wheli a home does not seem to be a home, One is whenoa the housewife Is careless, and the other is whenll she is too careful. And many men detest the latter condition, 'l'e toopartlicular hlousewife wakels up in the morning thinking how she cani koeepl the scrupulous tidiness of her home inviolate from the charming Irresponsibility of the children, She will never sparo.herself a moment's leisure, because there is always soee. thing to clean or dust or put in its place, When a friend calls, this housewife looks askance at the muddy shoes, and when the husband after dinner iputs his evenlug papeor on the flour ibsido hliis ~hair she picks It up and hides it In a drawer or, what Is worse, asks him to do so. She would not enjoy her dinner if she observed a spot of rust on the fire irons or the suspclion of a cobweb in a corner of the ceiling, It isn't home; it is a system, And the only results are the appear pnce of wrinkles in th...

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NEW POSTAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

SNEW POSTAL RATES, Tho now postal ratoa, Including ponun~ postage on letters, came into force on tihe let of May, The reduced rates areo a~ follow : THROUGHOUT 00MMONWEALTD AND PAPUA, Lettors, Id per ½ oz, Letteor cards, lngloe, id each, Do., reply, id oaoh halfI( Post Oaide,, slngle, Id aoch, Do,, roply, Id each half, Printoed poptro, Od per 2 oz, Books, printed--outldo Australle, i, d por 4 oz, In Anutralla, 0}d per 8 oz, Magazlneo.-Prlntod In Anetralha, 0 d per 8 oz. ; printed outeldo Australla, 0 d poer 4 or, "Hainard," 06d par 132 oz. Ootumorolal paporu, ipatternts, eaiploe, and morehandlseo, Id per 2 o.z, OVERISEA D1)OMINIONS, Lottors fomn tho Oonnnonwealth to the United KhIgdom, oversoa domlulone, Britilh oolonlou and proteotoratos, xOCl)t tho Now Hebrldos, ld potr ) oz, NEW ZEALAND AND THE IStLANDS liho ratee to Now Zea~land, 1 jl and 3Brltleh Solomon Islands aroe: Lettors, Id ( or, Pos? cards, singlo, 1d, Do,, roply, id oaclh half. Lattor oardo, single, id, Do., roply, id e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

JUST \VHA'' YOU NEE]D. Lxo.Toeio Pille can bo taken at all times and under all oonditions by both young and old alike without the sightest risk and without dtl nor of unplesanut aftor.vff'ate, LaxoTonio Pills aRsise tho procesaees of nature, aive r.lich to the food, removing exhauslion, sick headache, and many other silmonla, Lxo.'Tonic Pills are a popular Idill at a popular price, Obtainablo at H T,. Vdierdh. ~~··-~·..~ ..1.,. ...__. a I .\r·5~ ~i~·~~llll~~aIs~ Qa c ~irz~s -*1~~,~·~;~'4 COUC)1S WOOL SALES, London, lMiy 7. At tho L(ndon wool salen o.-day prices wero wtll maintainnod fur all dmlorilpiona, London, Bily () At tho wool sn'o oin Fridity uom. poiitioo was ainiatedt, and priors wero lho higheobot tho foriu,. Am?ierio wao keen buyer of unerinoca and tino orooabhrod. London, Mal 10, At Saturdiy's salo o woro lrlgo onier. i"ng of orotabredo and good io)ipoiition. Friday'a prioee wera mfiutlitned, Up to dato 135,036 balos havo b.eu oatalogu?d and 120,G10 sold. For Children'a H...

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COMMERCIAL. MERCURY Office, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

OOIMMIERQIAL, 1E?rcUIuY OfAlio Tuesdly evening, WHOLESALE, I.ETAI. Flour, £C8/17/6 lIlour, 150 Itb, hag 15I0 'la, f3 jCOhalT, 41 Frelih 1luito, dalry, Froel butler, 1/2; 1/; F~?otory, 1/2 Faornrv, 14 gGSB, 1/0? E 1ggs, 1/4 Bacon, 1/1 Baoon, 1/2 Tbhees, 81 Obee?se, ]O l'ollard, £56/10 per ton Pollard, 1/6 rti, £5/5 per ton 13rn, 1/3 PItatoes, li/ Potatoes, 2/ per qr

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ST ARNAUD PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

rulnrvE ~ I ULLU( .j vrJv~ I ii jI sT A1;WAUI) PRODUCE MABRKIrrJ I I', dwards roports -W~hoal, Y:6 to 3/7 hs srofn shed, Oats, 1 to 3/9; Pehts2 53\ to d per lb. ; lambs, Ud per lb ,; robbit, to 8.1 ; hides, 4~d t~o ad,

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PRODUCE MARKET. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

PRODUCtO MAROKI'il, . Melbourne, Friday, Wool,-There is no business to report in the Icoal maril6t during the week, any w1bl now arriving bDing kept for the sale which will bs held probably next month, lRpoits from London, where the third series of sales is still in progress, continue to be vory satifoiatory, the market showlng great firmtnues, Greasy merino and fine crossbred prices are 5 per cent. higher, as compared with closing rates of last series, Whilst prioes for medium and coarse wools .re fully maintained, Sheepskine,-Offer. nga were large this week, Keen oompetition ruled throughout the sale, and good length lines decidedly sold in sellers' favor, Hides, -Largo catalogules were submitted at this week's auction, Competition was restrioted :nd ohe market showed a further deoline of i to 0'l per lb, on sloppy*oonditioned lots, whilat good-oonditioned lines maintained late ,rates, l'llow, -- Moderate supplies were Ucfred at Wednesday's auoions. Good. colored lines sold freely...

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MINING ITEMS. RICH FIND NEAR AVOCA. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 13 May 1914

MINING ITEMS. RIOH FIND NEAR AV00A, Messrs J, R. Waring and F. Barnes have made a valuable discovery near Warronmang, in the Avoca district, It is stated that for some yoSra pros peotors have been searohing for a quartz reef in the locality, owing to people occasionally fiuding sprciomnB, After sinking through the cpment, Itboe prospectors continued for aunther 9 feet, and then drove south, Here they cut a reof showing gold, and pioked out several rioh specimens, They decided to take out a trial orush ing, and pub 11 tons through the Government testing battery at Moon. ambel, The oleau up on Saturday morning gave 756 oz, gold-nearly 7 oz. per ton, The shaft is down 35 feot, and they are driving south on a reef 2j feet wide, The stone is apparently improving as driven on, Miners' right claims have been peaged out both north and south of the prospeotors' olaims, The find is on Government land, and the reef has been christened Burnes' Fano'y, Puzzle Flat Gold Mining Company, No Liabili...

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