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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. NEXT SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

PRlEGBYTEFRIAN OHUROHI NIFX1' SUNI)AY, lIor, ,I,, MEaodonlldt (a b, Arouud It 11 a. ,l, QOr Gro North, 3 pni. MR, W. i. Re,--John ulIll 11 om, elleoly'o Bridge, 3 pii,; St, Arnoud totIh, 7.30 plm

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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SHIRE OF KARA KARA. DATES OF COUNCIL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

SHIRE OF KARA KARA, DATES OF ~COUNOIL ME~ETINO The KI(Rra Kart Shire Oouuoil will meet on the following dateo : Juneo ,,, ... ... 4 July ... ... ... 2 Augaeb ... ... 6 September ., .. , 3 Oobper .,, ... ... 1 Ootober ,, ...,, ... 290 December ... ... 3

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

Nt) COUQUINO AT NW4I1T, tJakQ Pr. $heldon' Now D)i8covery befiore bodtime anfd the result will be a deep,, rI. ke.hlng sloep to (i you for another day'e workh, PhIos l1 MdJ I/ ObtIbnalel every. whore. U9F~J) IT IN INI)IA, flDutingI 13 yoale I livod In Indlia I turd noth~ing bnit (JltamhorlaiW'd (ouglt Rnwduty fo~r clotligho, coldo, brotiohitlo 011( 0000 titrooto," onys Mir, Aroihoind (), Moolion'r onrio of iSolmrto & Sono, ]'Cnglnoorn, Bondigo, Vin," IRV haIVe giir it vitlt grOat aucott tO itundolfod of untiPoro, bouti Iiitdtu otid Mlnhotntnodott, otti) to evorr tooo lb hott itrovod erntontvio tt, i5vtrt notivori of htiich catto oftoti name to m~y bttogaio'tv aikitig for a damO Ot UImautbotiaEIUII'a CouttlI REmedoy, en I don Inot hitrotoo to aroototitotd it in oil naroe of aohlim and\ bPloRhI raal roium, Moldl by ill ulOr~k,,esrm, C: IJ n~.s ~ C6UG119ic··~(;;~~ ~jid THEIP LATEST AND BEST. Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills aro theo Itrot and the best remedy for BUokaoho and Kldnoy Trou...

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MELBOURNE. MARKED PERSONALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

MELBOURNIl. (From our own Oorreospondont), MAWtKD P, ItONALITIIl, Wherever two or three Oranugmen are gathered together thero Is to b? found Mr, OGawald Robinson Snowball, M,L.A. Born in Durham, England, and coming from a long line of Quaker anoestors this tilroO lighb of Orangeiem has inherited little of the peaooeloving attributes of hIis forehears,1 H rtecalls memories indeed of the VFighting Q aker in U L loh Tom's Obin, Ib Otnly needs an ,xhibition of the "other color" to bhiug from Mr, Snowball a sturdy blow and the cntoeiporanroua itterance of the remark - " Friend thou are not wanted here," Though lawyer by profession-and here again he has followed in the steps of his father and his grandfather.-Mr Snow ball has not hoIitated, as a doughty champion of Oranoijem, to many a time say things about his religious advorsaricu thbt tavO been both startling and sensational, Looking at the worthy member for Brighton you would tiwondir where all the filhting powder that haI s made him ...

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ST. ARNAUD PLUMPTON. SECOND SEASON OPENS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

ST., ARNAUD PLUMPTONS SEOOND) SEASON OP1ENS., OIcIsae, -Prtsid,'nt-Mr, W, Tayntou, Vioospresldcoats-Dr. Ohau. I, O'lnelog and Mr., A, J, C?oule, T'rosauror-Mr, J, A, T, Moran, Judgo-Mr.' J. Young. Slipper-Mr., A, Evans. S ip Stewrd Mr. T''. M'lKonna, t'lg Stewards- M resi, F, Mantietd and L'. Blton, Con, Ilnttoee-Moesra, A, 1~vana, A, J, Cougle, T', illton, J, Young, 8, lhay, U, Punshon, FI, hlManefold, O, lllwin, J, Crone, J, Itawwkluo, , P. Edolston, I1. J. Row'o, W. J. Itowo, I1. A. M'Khohnio, Slowrtds- MBtares, F, Maentlold, 8, Bray, J. l)nuggan, I, Punsrhen. eorotari?-Me?urs, T. Young and Tlhoen. Fay. The St. Arnaud Enclosurn Coursing C'ub celobrated the opening of its scood season on Wednesdt y la?e~ undler very gratifying oircutnttsi ces, Tho popularity of the sporb was again un. mis~tkably evidt need by a largen and reprcentative attenudance of at least 1,000 people, who evioe:d a keen interesot in the proceedingo, which were sucoes fully carried out on the well cquaipped pl...

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DATES OF COURTS. FOR YEAR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

DATES OF COURTS. FOR YEi9AR 191{, The followfug aro Ihio fixtures for Ihe holding of onurts ot St. Arnaud during 1914; SurPnuMin Counr, Tncaday, 10th November, COUNTY Courit AND OnNEItAL A ~SusIONn Thuradoy, 13th Augunt. Tuaeday, 13tb October, WYcdneeday, Oth I)Doember, Oriminnl-DaI)ily, (ivil and Lieouaiungf-Tlh Polico Magiatrate will alt on nltornate hri. days, commencing from 9/1/14. Civil beainaoa will bo conducted in the other week on Tuaeday,

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 16 May 1914

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Mr. L. Strickland, equine dentist, etc., notifies in our advertising columns that he is now touring the surrounding districts of St. Arnaud. Mr. J. W. Pennington., M.L.A., has been   notified that a sum of £16/15/5 has been allocated to St. Arnaud in connection with the grant to free libraries. Messrs. Baird and Hogan, drapers, in our     advertising columns invite inspection of seasonable goods now being offered at their establishment, Napier-street. M. Guillaux, the French aviator, during a fight in a hydro-aeroplane in Sydney on Tuesday, attained a height of 7000 ft., which is a record for a machine of the description named. JJKK A coneoort, in aid of the fuuda of the Crc Ore Village Statein School li announced to be hold on Friday, . th Juno, The progranune will be given by the school children and vilsilg talent, and as the causeo is a deserving one there should be a large attendance, u)nrlcg the visib of the Premier to S...

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MINING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

MININO ITEMS. I--t--, P?uzzlo Flat Gold Mlining Conmpany, No Liability, Bealiba, lMay 13th,- Weat mainl drive in 1f7 ft, from slaflt?; passed through hard country; ground uow in faco of a tight nature consisting of slates intonrmixod with quart. leaders ; more wator miaking as drive advances, Prosypecting riseao up 30 ft., from back of drive; not reaoohed wash at present; makling 5 ft, higher ground thlan at main shaft: ground passedl through ve('ry hard, but now more favorable for progress. .... ? mmmn

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

USED IT IN INDIA, " During 1I years I lived in India I used nothing but Chamborllain'e Cough Remedy :for coughs, colds, bronohitle and sore throats," eaye Mr, Archoibald C. Maeafrer oare of Hoberta & Sons, Enginooreer, Bendigo, Vie. " have Rgiven it with greaoteuccesse to hundreds of natives, both Hindu and Mahommedan, and In every oease it has proved effioacioue, Even natives of high casto often came to my hungalow asking for a dose of Chamberlain'a Cough Remedy, so I do not hesitate to recommend it in all eseos of colds and bronchial troubles, Sold by all storekeeperu, SEVERE CASE 01 ECZEMA, CURED 13Y 1?RXONA. " I suffered fronm Eczema on the honda and chest for twelvo mont hs," writer Mrs. Wilson, 12 Lowlrs~troot, Redieorn, " The Itoh and pain of It was soreol hin ornol, I could nor k ip from oaratohiog it, end when I did it wouldblod l dreadfully. I conld nob sleep, for the agony ws urhnbeaurhli. I tried mnny diltrirot oi intmnts, also doot or's medicine, whioh ire presc...

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THE SENATE PRE-ELECTION THE CHOSEN SIX. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

THE SENATE PRE ELEOTION THE CHOSEN SIX, Some lifty thousndl Liberal eleo'ors have doroetd that 8,nator M1'0O11, Messeres, Edgar, li?mo Ook, M'Loan, Trenwith, and Maugeor shall be the candidates of thoir party should a Double Dissolution be grtanted, and a Senate election he nIcessary The choieon is a sound one,. There wero timid folk wiho felaroed that wlatever section of the party hlpp nod to be numerioally strongest in the loagues would fores "its ticket," and endangoer Liberal solidarily, If there was any danger of that happening timely warnings were heeded, for the aix selected are representative, not of any one wing, hub of the' whole army which onfronts Ldbor, As to the individual oalibre of the six pro eleoted, little need be said, Five of them have fought many well con. tested battles, are old Parliamentarians who will certainly not err. through i~gnoranca of aty point in the game. The sixth, M", M'Lean, though he has not occupied s seat in either State or rdral Pasrli ments...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

J1UST W'IABT YOU NIRl~l), Lnxo.T~oiui ThllI1 can ho tkolti ab all limnhl 111(1 iwdnRP all conditlnns by bathr young Iand old slikro without tImliolgbitreb risk oan LaxolTonic Pills ataint thua proocesaof of nature, give ralich to thu foot], ramaovlinR exhiaustliou sick Itoadmoh~e, andL mu~ny other pill at a polinlar.iirio, Obtainable atb I !l'. ailmant.LooTni ilsac o1ua of the Inoal branuch of tho South Afeloau Soldlora' Assoolation had etated thdt it wOs the gouneral wil of mombora that thoro Ohould bo a oolloollon for tho band. Thloso who contribttod would thoroforo fool that they wuoro p'iyiug a onlcompllment to Iho to. turned aoldlore anid ~lo to thn bhnd, whloh w?O doing such iood woik for the oihrlties In lho town aid diatrlic, li oondlueion, Mr. M'Kooulbl'o exlproUd IIthU hiopo tlhat thu roturned aldicts would live many yearn, Thoso mon Ihd good roason to bo proud of thomseolvos, jnuot 0 the Ucoplo wore proud of thomn. (Applaso) ) The eollootlon amounted to £11/5/3, whloh goe...

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SOUTH AFRICAN SOLDIERS' ASSOCIATION. MEMORIAL PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

UTHAFRIOAN SOLUIERS' ASSOO1ATION. tr -*- - " pe hlghiORIAL PAIADE1, i Al Te Iol branl ihof the South Afrioin Slelr' Asoolatlolln onduoted a memoo' w ,l r dotltoonlldy afternoon In conm. S rf l On of itheir co rtides who fell iN F IO aUtIl Arloin wmar The proceeodings t ooincformiy with thoe ?sigllloanoo e ar1d ,ao0hS to oI evelnt , wh lo hofc 1 U t°IY reaUlteI d Il the losi of a go l 11otlber ot Altralijn soldlors in the " A sAimllar pirndo n'% t art year, wheIlnl 1110o onu t held lTon. HKill retvo wlat ui ll. Vlilea by h, 5Iyoroas (Mrs. W, J W ilNd the linAll8 aof tie heroes incoribod re o10eo)* ll ing I trl o II, E. Schlltzo, p h oe 't lhunolt, 5ith Novemboe, 1899 ; I ileoligt )It s keno, killed at Nooltohe. h6( laiti 11 b DeOber 1900o ; Pri.vto 1t i al' , kiilled at NaPunwport, 2n1d Fl l , 190 Thio inosription on the fo to ha honmonumei t est out-" heroted Iu t(o lmanorato the part taken In the o 0Sot Afriaon war of1899 1902, by volun At teSrO from. St, Arnaud and district- to h ...

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A NATURAL SUNDIAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

A NATURAL SUNDIAL, What is said to obe no largest sun, dial in the world is formed by nature in the Aegean Sea. It is a veritable clock, the hand of which is formed by the shadow of a lpromonltory which rises three thousand feet above the Water, Near by aro a number of small islands, and those are tonehed, one after another, by the polntled (shadow. These islands are equal dlstances apart, and are touc:hed by the shatdow ihand oexactly on the hour. It imay he added that sundials ava sa?d to be very Incorrect tlmekepoers, but the difl'erence hotwcni a sundllal and( the Greenlwlch time neverl exceeds sixteen jminutes n1d a halfl,

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NAVARRE RAILWAY EXTENSION. PROPOSED CONNECTION WITH ST. ARNAUD AND CHARLTON. BALLARAT SUPPORT URGED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

NAVARRE RAILWAY )X. ThNSION, PRIOPOSII) CONNEOTI(O N W1111 MT. ARNAUD AND (JIIAIII1ON, ALLAlAT MUPPOI.T UlUll), in It H hUa(di I) ta rticl,i ofn Saturday the 1Ii la tab "( wticr " in rufd.ni,, e the wittes of railway [tensio1 iI Victoria and the linlcing up of the horder Ilntu, oepy, :e " It i particularly gratifyh!g thal tlhe? Wake nod ~amno (fo0Y;;lwlllent reco?n?.s tie wiodomn ef lhlj,,i tp u horder linr, andt, Itlherthan I elh are taking the Sneo?,Eary tt1oo to ouy .u? a polioy which will onabl ie pod to be railcd to, the nlIarest port, Irroe ppotive ,f local conlIderalion. Tb senitlIn?-,t of proviaciallnia thlt hai Io be reckonrd with in the bygoune dayl, mtull ant, ipathby Is gradu'lly Is, cauowing extlnoti ... . o Watt Mionitry is pushing on vigoroudl with the construotion oA cross counlry Ilnoe in various parlts of the H at, tid ,o fewer tbhan four new rallway r0 to be openFd shorltly, via,, Orowld to Navarre, Rainbow to Nypo, thalla to Tatog, and Sea Lake ,o Pier Mlla,, Tbo...

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On Public Speakers. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

On Public Speakers. Arnold lo3nnott, Ithe English novel. Ist, conldemneit(l at a dinner lieo avcr* ago public peoech. "l3uit unconsclousl.y," fid illr, 13Iin, nett, "thn formlr chlllrl allll of a \'vii ligo CaIcu ol(:I Q fnlined the public Ispeechl much more offectively tla I I coIl(l ever do( whllIl l10 arol':e illn I sotlelwhat. dh lorderly ell teting iand ro markedi: "liAtoI l nln,gent lel, listlen, 1 ain not goilig to iaklio at speoc,, I've gol somethnlg (to say." A short ut lii ofteln i wroTg Ciut. ar. l ue aur .?,Cu_ q?

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COMMERCIAL. MERCURY Office, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

QfOMMEROIAL* Mleaounr Ofice, Tuesday ovening, WIOLESALE, RITAIL. Flour, £8/17/6 U'lnt, 150 Ib. !~s 15/6 1616 (,baf, £3 Jhat, 4/ Fre'h Burter, dairy, Fresh butter, 1/2? 1/; IFactory, 1/2 Faotorv, 1/14 Eqgs, 1/3 E 1/ 5Fg 1 Boon, 1/1 Bacon, 1/2 Jheesa, 81 Oheeso, 102 Pollard, f6/10 pera ton Pollard, 1j4 Bran, £6/5 per ton Bran, 1/3 Potatoes, 0/ Potatoee 2/ per qr 8T ARNAUD PRODUOE MA ARK E', If, T, Idwarda reporta -'.uhee 3/0 to 8/7 In grain sthed, Oats, 1/7 to 1/9 Pelts, 51to tll per lb ; blmbs, O per lb, rabbit, to 8d ; Ildee, 4?d to UJ, PRODUOE MA RKE'TP. lallartat, Saturday, A fair quantity of produeoo camo to hanc during the pa)t week, and the markets sr quoted stead'. Delwltid for null produce i very keoos, and supplioa of offal are slhort 'I:o.day's quotations are io follow:-h-\Vleat 3/9 to 2/10, Otis, 1/10 to 1/11; ,ed, to /2' 13reloy-Englil mailing, 8/ to 3/3; feed 2/6 to 2/8 ; Cape, 1/10 to 9/:L, Potatoes Market dull; quotatious ranging front £3 t( £83/10, IHIay--Shewve, £2 t...

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MURDERER TRACED THROUGH DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

MURDERER TRACED THROUGH DREAM, It 1A.a somewhat remarktable fact that the perpetrators of some notor ious crimes have occasionally been brought to account by means of a dream, an instance of which happen ed in Sutherlandshire in 1830, and led to the detection of the author of a murder sordid in its character, After attending a wedding party at Assynt, in thip sequestered Scottish region, on March 19, a pedlar named Murdoch Grant mysteriously disap peared from the public ken, his body eventually being found some four weeks afterwards in a lonely moun tain loeh in the same locality , From the niarks of violence upon the head, and the fact that the pockets were empty and turned inside out, It was clearly evident that the pedlar ihad been a victim of foul play; but for some time all efforts: to discover t110 murdor-r proved faultloa..... Suspllion at last fell upon a school master named Hugh Macleod, wio was accordingly arrested, and after a searching investigation at thle hilnd8 of the...

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THE LATE MR. SHANNON. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

THE LATE MiR. SHANNON. TIhe funeral of the late .\fr. Eliot IShlannon, who was killed in a motor accident at Terang when on his honeymoon tour, took place at Newtown (Gclong) on Saturday, A large number joiilcd in the procession to the cemetery', including employes of the Excelsior W\oollen Mills, old Geelong Collegians, members of the Barwon Rowing Club and members of the Newtown and Chiil well Council, The remains were interred in the Presbyterian portion of the Eastern Cemetery,. At the morning service at Christ Chlurch, St. Arnaud, on Sunday, the Rev, J, W, Davison referred to the sad calamity which had befallen one of the congregatior~ during the past week, Surely the hearts of all the congregation bled with sympathy for the one who was wife and widow in tihe short space of 48 hours, If the 'fervent and effectual prayer of a righteous man availed much surely the prayers of this unlited con' gregation would avail for her in her sore need, He pleaded with the congregation to unit...

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GUNCOTTON, AND HOW IT IS MADE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

GUNCOTTON, AND HOW IT IS MADE, It was a Germann chemnist named Schonbeln who, in 18145, dovised the first satisfactory method of preparing guncotton, which he proposed as a sul, lstitute for gunpowder. It was first manufactured in Elg!and on a large scale two years later at Faversham. But, besides minor accl, delits, a terrible explosion took place in the works there, which created so much distrust that its manufact.ure In England was discontinued for several years, as tihe cause of tihe explosion, with the then imperfect knowledge possessed on the subject, could not be satisfactorily accounted for. , Improvements were made in tihe pro. paration by General von enlank, an Austrian artillery otficer, and gun' cotton cartridges were introduced to the Austrian Army; but these soon lost favor, Undaunted by these fall. ures and disasters, Sir Frederick Abel and Mr. E. O. Brown pursued investi, gatlons on the subject, and succeeded lI enormously enhancing the value of guncotton as a disrup...

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BOROUGH WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

BFOROUGH WATER TRUST., ~---'Uc--.-· 'T'he ordinary nmentlng ot the St. Arnaud Borough WVatorwork T''rust waa held on MotdaRy ng l t, wlhen there w3ro proeent, --Come, Ofrirgg (uhairnan), l aniallack, 3lo3no, 5t'raton, Itowe, Corbolt, l'jlashi1an, and-Reed. An iulpology vw?aI resolved from Con, M I'Olanhar, aen0, CONDOL01,ENCFE, '1h(0 uh(hrani mIoved tllht a 1att(!r if condolence bo forwsrdred to Coul, NM'(ilas ran, UeII., aund Com, NI' Ulashail, jut),, In conIeotion with their rocenit tad buoreavo ment,.--,Oo Reed eocondod, C.rried, CORIlII3I'OND)NSIL romrn tho Salvatloni Armny, applying for permlbalon to oroot 1 inch flre Forvlo to the iow hall i AIlma ruetrnoet, St. Arnantd, as speal,,id by the Board of IHLalth. The noevioo would b noealod, and only ued tin eaco of (1ro.--Oranted. 1I'NAN((iE Accounto amountIng to £26i/3/10 weore panged for pay),ment, 'ono trenqallir re)orted a credlt balance of £72l/l.- Adopted, Th'l1 solilicr r1oported Ihat nro frthier amIountt hIl bern receivod ...

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