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LIVE STOCK MARKETS. St. Arnaud, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

LlVS STOOK MARIKET, St. Arumud, Thursday, Essrs t 'MKechnio and Co, report 'lhe .arditle were 4661 store sheeoop, 6 jthe ydep and lambs, and 18 cattle There was a full attendance, but com1 ptitio0n was confined to good conds. tioed store shoeep, and although a fair proportion cihanged hands, the built wvore sold privately, Fat sheeop -Oly a few odd sheep penned, whioh wade high rates, Cattle-A small adg, rincipally stores, all meoting with goo competition. 4 and G t x ,wec, well grown and splendid con. dition, iu lb to ,ins,, made 22/7 to ,3'~ 'x oewes, in low condition, mixed es, 16/10; 4 and 5 yr old m owas, good eurts, in Ib to Lins,, 18/3 to 10/10; others, to l6/3 ; 4 and 3 t do, small frames, 17/ ; 5 yr old to faulty, 115 to 13/10; cross weauners, 14/1 to 14/ll; merino do, extra good sorts to 14/3 others fromn 12/1 ; 6 and Stu muwrs, fair condition, 14/9 3; odd fat sheep 19/3 to 29/; lambs 17/3, Light weight steers £7/17/6; good cows £8/10 ; young steers and heifers I .,6 ; age...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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ST ARNAUD PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

M1blANfl~l P~RODUW11 MIARK Wi'., sljtP Ij g rna~ shedd Orto, 1/7 La 1/9; ~ i tois~ lPo lbpe I lainba, Ul per lb.; ..hhlC. 10 8d; hides, 4bd to lid,

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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NEED ANY MAN BE UNEMPLOYED? [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

NEED ANY MAN BE UNEMPLOYED? By a Climbear, In a book writtenu by a mani of buslnea I find the following atate* nuelt: "'\'ork wants thie mun more than ntan wants work," Thero WeI' a time wihenll I could nlot aplpreciate tie wisdomlll of Slluch a remark; but iny exl)erience of men and their ideale of life fully convinces me of the truth of the statement, Unemployment is a time of reaping what. has been owni ill early yeatre, and epecIcially that which is sown be, tween the ages of fifteen and twenty. live. The~eo are the years when the mind has its greatest capacity for learning, and if one's lelsuire time is put to good use, it will be found to yield at the rate of comp0ound lnter. seat dturing the course of life. A minan's euccer, in life is based up)on bl vlu? energy-that le, the energy etill existing wheu other men have downeld tools and are diasapat. lug the|ir mental energies, shllould any remain, With alcohol or tobacco, or come other lunnatoral habit, Emerson, in one of his e...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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COMMERCIAL. MERCURY Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

~ 0MM EROIAL, lounty Officoe, Friday ovnlig. O10E8ALB. Flor, 8/17/1 reh ntteu r dalry 1/ , Aotory, 1/I rggol 1/ _1 Baco"n, 11 Bllan Io p toj pdt~ttOeBDa1i 'O/ __a RILTAIL. Flour, 160 lb. bna Chltff, 4/ iroah butter, 1/2 Faotory, 1/4 Igg8, 1/5 Baiou, 1/2 Oboose, 10d Pollard, 1/4 Brau, 1/3 Potatoos, / por qr

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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A REMARKABLE "COMMERCIAL." [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

A REMARKABLE "COMMERCIAL," The?eo died a few years agio in Bra.l ford an old lady, seventy.slx years of age, who was juatly included amongst the celobrities of the district, At the age of ten years shel had the misfor. tune to set her dress on fire and was no badly burned that one hand had to be amputated and the other hand became withered and entirely useless., Notwithlstanding this ifulrmity, she was determined to dlevelop an .lnher. cnt busliues? instinct, and, assisted by her father, sihe commenced busines in a small shop whilst still a young girl, So cleverly did she maniago tihe concern that it becanme quite an im. portant warehouse, She herself act. ed as traveller, and made from sixty to eighty calls daily, Having lost the use of her hands, she was obliged to trust her memory to takle the scores of orders given to her, and these she dictated to an asistant.on her reo turn to the warehouse. Incredible as it may seem, she was "on the road" for sixty years, and dur intg all tha...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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ST. ARNAUD V. KOOREH. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

ST, AIRNAUD V. KiOOI)EU Oi) Saturday labst a mstch took plh at Koort~ betwoee tuasi ripresaUH1i Sb, Arnaud anld Koorb. T'lh al'?' noon'0 sport provedl vtiy "0)'Abl onr, Thlo itll)tclh cdcdtli il n · d?aw ' tommn wcrn - St, Armaud ... AliesO Hilton, Ki , ilton, P'almer, r Maltti'bew aiid l vear, t a0 i,, Murphy, Brot ridek andll1 oom y, Kootl' - h etdalI Dobaon, lMoor, l 'ccii, n hortridgt, anud Mltioird. l)ot)bin, hiiortridIe, t' ille and WNillmll. Thoe oor were-', Arnaul, I Batu ; gamnB; Koo s aot A, g?nl.." , During a hIfootlII m tcll h at iftlio" i WMdisd '\ay, M'Willianllu, orvtai 1 tile Eaglcliavk teA?ln, ill thie lit q1w ter It i tht llllainf ltu lu to break l le I ( ll .. +0

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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WHY WORRY? [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

WHY WORRY? .. Comniercial travellers, we are told, are usually prone to worry. Bad trade, long, trying days, and few orders tell a tale, Are you one? If so, when you call upon a tradesman witlt the great' oat invention of the age or your won. deor.worling tablet, and he disregards your passionate appeals on behalf of your firm, why be downhearted?, Even if the lady competitor, wliho enters as you leave, Itas more luck than you, remembe.r her day has been long in coming&CGive the tradesman another call and continue to do so, Are youl a man of business? Do not become dejected when half.a.dozon of your best customers leave you to help a young follow who lias just staited across the street, You had to begin once, and you may worry yourself in* to your grave, but that will not bring theom back; just grin and bear it, Maybe you are a tyro journalist, and because editors perasist in returning your "original" articles you go Into the dlumps., You have learned to dread the postman's ...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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TENNIS. MARNOO V. RICH AVON. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

TENNIS, MARNO0 V, RICUH AVON, An Intereeting game was played on the Marnoo aotur ont SIurday, 2Od Inet,, between Rich Avo and Marnoo. The dagy was an ideal one for tru?ols, and, after an erjoyible contes, tbhe home--toam proved victorious wlths lead of 5 eete, or 13 gam:e, Appeadd are the scoree, blarueo belug litt named :-Gents', doubles-Mesrsl. 8, Lang asud A, male beat Mearsr, A. Caomming and Jae, Reseijgh, 6-2; Messrs, D, N, ?'Ljnan and I, K1 M'Lennau brab Moesrs, T4,authrl? ?d Bert Reseigh, 0-4; Messrs, W lntl' and A, Parsons beat MesRrs D,). lIneeigb and H, Oumming, 6- ; Morei, i1 Smalo and Andrews lost to Merers A; Oumming and L. Birab, 3-6, Blined doubles-Mr. A, Smale and Mlrs, Bed ford beat Mr., A, Oumniing and hMl, A Oumming, 0-5; Mr, A. Parsonl and Miss A, Smale lost to Mr Deit Reelgeih and Mrs A, Cumling, B5-; Mr, S, Lug and Mrs. L4sug best Mr, Js, Rl:eigh and Mrs, Reeligb, i.-i; Mr )D, N, lM'Lennan and Miss L Hminte beat Mr, I, Camming uand Bie Nicholeon, 6--3; Mr 1, K,...

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Why She Gave In. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

Why She Gave In, It was eveni?s, and Mrs. Stee1 was nlonii lit the house; bIutal. Mrs, Steel ie brave. Suddenly sheio eard nli(he sounfls of the opening of a window, anid a muffled footstep echoed from the dia. lingroom, l3ut never a tremor a~lll.. ed that ntoble woman, lrtavely she waliked to the room wheneo the sounds emanuated, and came face to rface wIthl a burglar, who held a ro v'olver poin?lt.plnkl at, her, "Tell me whore the nimouey is hii," lie hissed, "or 'I'l fire!" "No\'over" 'she ans\vcrcd dterml'lned ly, "\VillaIn do (1'OIl aon;t) ' "" will," anarled the ,eounhdOl, at fled bul. ot 1eitei , '"Tell me ilitani ly whlere .o lr Ihlu ini nd'li :; !olt i;i hid 01' I'll drop ltiii Igii woolly t(orpillth a dowll youlr neel.!" Five ninnte Iif', P chukling 1nt' Inc stole ou ol (Pu' htoi'oun aluvtin a bag',;o e o11{ llu ' tiu tll( ' 11 u1;( 'll'yillt l , ii bag, whenlCe isounhd h(t'hehink of "a latrd-earned 111l1 lol-? u-t(r d lull' hodo W itlh (I k\'oulnt, it i;, tt \hat ii unuib...

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SPORTING NOTES. COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

8PORTINO NOTES, 00URINQ, At a speold meeting of "the NO0, on Tuesday, Mr, W, A, Morgan (Dou ald Oub), in aconrdano, ith notifoe, moved " That rule 3 of thie conetiuiion of the.N,O,0, be altered to rerd tbis oaoh of the six divisions of Vlotorh shall eleo one, two, or three represent, aiveu, acoordleg to Ihe numbertl members in eaoh divieioo, aid thbltib repr~santtlves so elected sball form the N.0,0." Mr, W, I. P.o1 ag (for, sham olub) moved as an smendewp, " Thatb a sub oommittee, to oonioht of the president, Mesrs, H, A, Andlerion (V,.0.0), Morgan (Donald C.,), A' L, Nase (Oreewlok and Dlstrole 0.0), and the moer, be appointed to go iloe the matter and furnish a report sllbh view of having bthe new oonestlinilon come into operation next semion" This was agreed to,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

JAS. ROWE & SONS, INITlE INSPECTION 01 O A.r S The Acme Patent Insures the Health and Comfort of your Horse. The man who rugi his horse does so with a definite purpose. By any defect of the rug itself_-slipping, unfasteniing, or otherwise-his work io not alone undone but his animal muffers from the very exposure that the owner sought to prevent. This is just where the " FITZESYV " RUG comes in., It never faili! Once placed in position the patent device insures it reminiang 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 workmanship of high quality material, H)ORSE RUGS. OOW RUGS. 8ft, 6In, 6 f. 0ft.6 In, 7ft, 4ft.61n 5 fr. ft. 6i. 6ft. 8/6 9/6 10/e 11/0 6/9 7/6 8/6 - 13/6 14/6 15/6 16/6 11/6 12/6 13/6 14/6 15/ 16/6 17/6 - 17/6 18/6 19/6 211 Other Horse Rugs to bo all jobbed out 21/ 22/6 25/ 27/6 at speolal pricoe to olear. Mar...

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The Neighborly Spirit. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

The Neighborly Spirit, The neighborly spirit is an oexcel lent tling to cultivate, although not, perhaps, as It is cultivated in the fol0 lowing story: "Hq1w do you lilke your now home?" a friend asked a man who had re* cently moved into the village. "Pretty well," "Have you called on your neigh bors yet?" "I haven't yet," the newconimor ad* minttod, "But I'm golng to if any nmore of my wood and coal is mles' lg,"

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THE LEGEND OF A LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

THR LEGEND OF A LAKE. In the Prussian island of Rugon, In the Baltic, may be seen a sheet of water, known is; the Lake Oidden, the origin of which, according to popu lar local tradition, wag as follow:- There once lived onl the island two women, one of whom was"chfarit able and compassionate, and the other halrdilerted " (and avaricious, Oneo ov'onin, In the midst of a tompeot of wind and rain a poor old man, dressed as a beggar, presented himself at the cottage of the Ill-disposed woman, and begged for a bit of bread and a night's lodging, This woman was rich, but for all that ohe refused to relieve hinm, and roughly drove lilm away, The old man next went to the other woman, who was poor, She received him with kindness, and shared with him her last morsel of bread, lie passed the night under her roof and ill the morn. ing, on thanking her for her goodness, ho said: "In return for your hospitality, you will, for at wholo day, have in abund ance whatever you may take in hand." The wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

VICTORIAN producers' Co Operative Co. Ltd. 1 s OAc0?-O C llin st.. Melourne, (rain »d-Williantowu. Wool, nide, l(t Skin Stores, DAIRY PRODUOE. Stock els-Molbour Duo, UlnligO1 Sun. bor?y tod gp b Laud 'tte, And Isuro)huce Agouents, as, Mafal)uros, Oils, Twine, Gro. cerfes, a, & c. ENQUIRIES INVITBID. p. &- 0. Company Royal Mail Steamers, o. M.relllet, Plymouth, and London, orlllt at AdclaIdo, Freanatle. Colonmbo, cadolPort S9,11 and Tangier with permit. s oa slle at Ilrlndili. irst and So'ond Seloen only, - Jeave~ telmer, Tons, !Comr. Melb, ntander, 8 p.m. Mlootta,,, 10000 Haddock May 6 Mors ,, 11000 Andrews May 10 l)loro' 1600 \Vreston June 2 armor',, 10o00 Lookyer June lj 'lestetrfes a leave Adelilde the following ?bdy at 6 pmn TO aYDN Y • rur"-'"?e Arrive Stenentr, Teons, iMelbour'e Sydney. a_ ,_. 12500 May 12 I May 14 ilarnooto ICO00 May I26 May 28 All steranter fltted with \Vireless Tele 1raphy, -p ro Cheap Iloliday Return Ticketls Ilued to Colombo, Retorn Ticket...

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A Drop of Contradiction. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

A Drop of Contradiction, Al Eugllshman met 1a r ienchmualu at an hotel in London, and askedc hl.u what he would lhave to drink, "1 will take a dropl of conltradict'on," aihi the IFrecllchmn., "Contradiction? \VWhat on earth do you nlean?" q(ue0ioied tiho Englislh. ll II., "\'Well, you Put iIn ze whisky to maka it stlrong, eo \watlor to i1ak1o it weak, ao lem0o to makle it sour', 20 sugar to mniake it 5wedt; then you say, 'lloro'n to you,' ad11(1 ylou drl(k it yollroelf!" was the quaint reply, 13efore a ?eoping linoloenm or cork liio., tie a soft, ldamp mtalln cloth over the b)rutSh-thl.is ahould be tied 0o na not to crush tile lhalrs of tile brush--which shouldl then be used in tlio usual way, A Iloor nSwep)t in this nuanner looks beautiftully froell and clean, and1 do1,5 not reqllire 'requeout wa:lhing, "i'd lille to got a Ilittle runabout if I c(nhl0 afford one." "I know how you could get one for "I [ow?" " ,\ ri olu Ilextdoor nloihlbOr tdh ~il'tor to 11arry yOU,"' -s .--luusrr

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FOR LOVE OF WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

FOR LOVE OF WOMAN. For love of woman, a large umoor of t(i world's eminent men have made fools of tlihemseyes. lIolofernes lost his hend--ln two seuses-by accepting tile caresses of Judith. Antony was a lunatic to have saerlflod everything to his love of the charming Cleopatra, Paris, son of Prianm, ought to have been put in a strait-Jacket for having lamperod with the matrimonial pro. serros of Monolauns-theo result of which poaching on his part causod the spilling or oceans of human blood, as well as the dest'rulltio of Troy. Patrareh spent., his crazy lifo pon. nlag sonnets to theo eyebrows of a port ly married womalq, the mother of a large family, while he utterly negloect ed his legitimate wife, and would not permit his daughter to live under ilis roof, Dante, in his maudlin love of les. trice, says: "So powerful was the spgll of her pr'esence that I had to avoid iher. From thinking of (Ihis most gra clous creature, I became so weak and loan that it was Irksome for my friends t...

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Poetic Justice. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

Poetic Justice, . Little things can be very trying at times, especlally when they happen to you, Mr. Fry thought something like this whoen, one wet morning, he could not find his umbrella. Like most married men, he believed in the max hm, "when in trouble blame your wife." "I say, 3l1ry," he shouted, "what on earth has happened to my new umn. r'ella? I brought It home last night, and now it's gone; and, of course, It's rlainng like mad!" "Why, it's hardly raining at all!" said Mary. "But last night it was simply pouring whon the vicar left, and so I lent him your umbrella," "What a silly thing to do! I shall never see it again now, so I may as well buy another to-day!" "How can you be so wicked, Perc val? As if the vicar would stoop to stealing your umbrella!" "Stoop to stealing it be hanged! I borrowed it from him a couple of months ago!"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

PHB#IX ASSURANCE O. LTD. ESTD, 1782, WORKERS' COGMPENSATION, FIRE, AOCCIDENT, LOSSES PAIO EXCEED O 0,0ooo,ooo00 Lolsses by BUSH FliES alnl by LIGHTNINO are mande goodl by thi? Conmpanlty, AGENTS WANTED., VIOTORIA^ 461 to 471 OUR[KE ST,, OF.E.: MEL OURNE, DALCETY & CO. LTD., AGE|TS., POULTRY FOR EXPORT. All Classes wanted. We ,buy by live weight. Crates lent. No Commisalon or Cartago Charged. Chickens & Ducklings, Gd lb. Old Fowls from 2/- to 41/6 plair, any breeds, DAVID HYLAND & 80NS, SENNITT'S FREEZING WORKS, MELBOURNE, FOR CHIILDRFN TEETHING, tlhelro is UIotnioU tqual to KERNOT'S SOOTH. ING POWDERS. They aro a safo and ctatl'lIn Iu|edle; 1/- pkts.; posted 1/1 stnaill)w, KERNOT, Chemist, GEELONG. PITT'S POISONED WHEAT. For destroying Rats, Mlice, Sparrows and Parrots, etc. It is the only eartaln nlld genuline prelaraltlon. Refuse all iiutmtions. In cid, (largo ]/-) yollow packets; 2/6 Farmers' Tins, MAD SOWY.WHIWTE WITHOUI' A RUB S SI1MPLY BY USING HEFIRTe ...

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Spiteful. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

Spiteful. "Mly husband considlerd a very long time before he Il'roposd to me, lio was very careful," "Ah, It's always those careful peo ple who get takeu In!" Timo was when there wore no look ing-gl?sses.. In those days men grow long boards and women wore thl, hai'r flowing. When the loolking-glass cam men slhaived tlhemnselven to dis covrl' what they wero lIlko; .ndl (hen it was that women hoieg?au to \\'orry \wlothelr their hats wero on straight, There has never been a problem that hlis cunclsd oullch waste of time or so much ldistraction as this quest!on of the straight hat. Some women like children, some like charities, and some lIke men,

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THE HIGH SCHOOL. (To the Editor of the MERCURY.) [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

OORRESPONDENOE, (Hy the Ineortion of correo fnuselie Ia th nur iial t musB not hb understoorid th1i W oultelvcI with; the oplulona ex prCa ulIse?dI.a THiE 1 IIIH l80U00L, (To tha Edltor.of the Mk le? I) Sin,-yir Aloxalnder PNaook'l add,1o. on thu oc0aslonr of the opening of til Arnaud Distriot High Holool Jlo 1t hayv called forth uonielderable crlt I various directliou, and mostly 0f i4'il ihotile oharmoter, It Was ly pl weur and privllege to be present on t, i ur, alol tinaicd, and I oTnfest to bl 1'( , iuolh ourpried at such orltleclen, Tor mind tlhe Mliniater of Eiuoatilon Ji inoiit oo?nluslvely that Ihis depiartloint wal doin lits uinmost to bring the ihlgier "du. catlutn as far as poselble within til,, hl jif evory hllld in town or countr, rl that onid lhe had induced the 11111i eL.partrimont to oongiderably redo e farea for chlldren golng to and f-", [. Di)triot Higlh 8ohool, and blh owl del mnent Is prepared In redno tile oP, w1ePi it could ho shown that parents wre poor to p...

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