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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914
DEATHS. SHANNON.- On the 14th May (the result of an accident), near Terang, Eliot Strachan Shannon, fourth son of Charles Shannon, Geelong, born 10th May, 1882, married at St, Arnaud on 12th inst. to Agnes May, third daughter of A. B. Blakeley, Esq., of that town. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1914.
SHIRE OF KARA KARA. DATES OF COUNCIL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
8HIRE OF KARA KARAT DATES OF COUNOIL MIEETING The K1ari Kara Sbire Ounuoll will nmet on the following dates : June , ... ... 4 July .,.. .. ... 2 August ... ... ,, September ,, ,,, 3 Ootober ... ... ... 1 Ootobar ,,, ,, ,.. 20 D, ormhAr ,, , 3
RECHABITE LODGE. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
RECHABITE LODGE. .-- -,- .. .. .\NN IV, .SAlI,. CELEMtlRATION. The an?live eary of St. Arnaud Tent, No, :3, I.O.R,, was celebrated on Wednesday night, when a templeratice hatquet and ball were held in the 'town Hall, The proceed. ings were very enjoyable, and additional interest was attached to the desmonstration het the presence of Bro. J. Johnson, District Superintendent of Junior Tents, Special arraingements had been made to ensure the mccess of the function, The nlain hall was nicely decorated with bunting, and the tables were loaded with an over-ahundant supply of edibles andtemnperauee beverages. hiro, ,. J, Jenkins, Chief Ruler of the local Senior Tent, presided, and his sister, Miss Jenkins, occupied a seat beside him. lBro, Johnson and Mrs. Johnson wore on the right of the'chairman, and the Mayor and Mayoress of St. Arnaud (Cr. and Mrs, W. .1. Rowe) were on the left, About 100 pceople were present, including a number of ladies, Members of the Order wore their ,..1-. AM lo j...
CORRESPONDENCE. [By the insertion of correspondence in this journal it must not be understood that we identify ourselves with the opinions expressed—Ed. M.] SPAIN'S OLD CIVILISATION AND HER COLONIES. (To the Editor of the MERCURY.) [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
OORRESPONDENOE, (ty the ilsortion of corroepondonco it this jour. iul It must not be underatood that we Idoentft ouraolves with the opinions exprouaed--Ed, ,,]) 8PAIN'8 OLD) CIVIL1,ISAION AND) IER COLONIIS. (To the Editor of the Mai ton.?r ,) Sir,--\XYtlh naiveto, rooleuiajtionl zria and disergard of taote, Father D)oyle han, in another sormo n, amplifid hisi pecull.Ar viYtw on hlatory's toeohing rogording tlhat '' grand old Catholo natilon, Splo?." To whoeI did the reverend gentleman imagineo he was speaking? Ills address must utrely hive boen dellevred to ta ulpany of clhildron in a kindergarten ; to offer auoh pybulum to mnen and wotmICn is to omt a slur upont their loutlligenoo. The qulntion at is-uo in hio first cornon, anti in my oonequsuent letter, was that of Spain's treatment of its conquered peoples and the aborlginal races of tie uolonies, Instead of disouselng th a question, he adopts a species of to qtuque argumntnti by dragging in Quean Lahzabeth l alnd her tilibusters...
LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
LADIES, "' Many women ntdl girlv suffor unnooea earily, when a little knowledge may ltav thoen years of pain and misery," This know. ledge every women will find in the " Natura " Health (Guido, sonl free on recoipt of 2d to cover poetago. Addreoa Dept. A.J,.1,, "Natura" Iloalth Co, (iMre, 1), M , Olif'ord, Superintendent), Australian nIuildinie, 40 l1li?both Sreetor, Melbourne, " 'I'UKI(8JII ROSIE" le the moat perfect akin food over offered to the public, It tonne up and beode the tioless and norvoo of the facoin the moot natural way, and pooitivoly doo? not pro. duoo hair, One jar will tranutorm the wore? oltin, givlng a line comuplexion and a heauti. full uofb skin, " Turki?h Ros" hee an eetabliehod Con Itent .l reputaltion, In jare 2/Il, postage 41 extra, "Natura" Health Co., Iaelbournao, :.. :. - . -. ..
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
COURSING, The Cope Oop3 DIteriot Open Ooureing Olub will hold the first meeting of the season on Wednesday nfxt when a stake f or 16 all aged doge at £1/1 eaoh will be run, Entrioe close on Monday evening, The moeet will take place in Mr. Jno, 1!'ueny'a paddock, The opening meeting of the seaoon of the Donald plumptnn was hold on Wednesday, In the Puppies 8takes, Mr, J,, . Moore's Black Barb and King LoRisaltor divided ; and the Opening Stakles were divided by Mesasr. H, A, and J M. H?ucook's Logislato and Mr. R, 0, Hannah'a Danesa, The publican's booth was conducted by Mr. W. Steward, of S, Arnaud,
SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL. The opening matchoo of the Donald and Dietricb Ansociation compnti?ione took plaon on Wednesday when Donald mob Birchlp on the ground of the lattor, and St, Arnaud journeyed to Watchem to play again?b a local team, IpQnald suiffred defoat at the hando of Blirohip, the scorea being 10 goals 11 behindu to 9 goals t behind, Watobhem proved raoily victorious igainst Sh, Aroa?d, Foourihg 15 goala 15 behinds to tho vioitore' I behind.
A WORD TO FATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
A WORD TO FATHERS, By William North, When tihe comic artist who makes capital out of domestic affairs has for the moment exllausted the risibility .i b.he mother-in.law lhe is apt to tirn ht,: attention to the Ieonpecked hus :;:ind and oppressed iathler. 'Ian Is often uncon?siously funny. b c when hio takes his share of dorutm ter, duties hoe i? ideCsplitting. . Don't as.k me why. I ai sllmply statllng a *,.,l t.known tact. Surely overyolln knior?s that the plttitur of a man e(ary. n, at lot of parcels for his wife, il !:rnuy, and that one of a falter nurs , his Infant son In the early hours of tho mornlng is screamingly so. You know the sort of lcone. The r,:wi 'wears Impossible, dlovnwlal.the ,obei lippers i . ,illsbr ui r. In n bo ,. iurr+, display abject misery as he Iaces thie room with that. evil-looking mtr'i.t inhlIs arms. Aro you not laugh. m?i ,t the very thought of it all? You s' not! You actually think that be P,:, oa thle man's 'wife has telnded that .i tor-looknlug inf...
MINING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
MINING ITEMS, Lord Nelson Co,, reporb for fortnight ending May i] :--2480 ft levol-Values in stopoe over this level are lower than usual ; the reel maintains an average width of 4Ift, 2405 levol--Stopes over this level show no ohange in width or value, Orushed 761 tone, Sand and alimes plants working at toll onpaolly, All plant la working well, Yield (month), Previous Yield, Tone. Oze. Tone. Oze Stone Cruehed 16j5 308 1324 ,302¢ Cyanide .. ... 30 ,, 30 )lin es .. ... 214 .,, 214 Pyrites (paid.) ... 10 .,,. 100 Total onzt. 000 ,,, 562 Sb, Arnaud North G.M. Co,, May 2.- Mining tinpootor pieeed plant. Expeob to sbart oruehing on '2th, Stoping over 400 as usual, Stone shows gold in breaking.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
jpooit,1 Aftbortloomonta. JAS. ROWE & SON, 1NVITE INMPEOTION OF ~. The Acme Patont Insures the Health and Comfort of youir Horse, The mlan who rugs his horse does so with a definite purpose. By any defectof the rug itself--slipping, unfastening, or otherwise-his work is not alone undone but his animal suffers from the very exposure that the owner sought to prevent, This is just where the " FITZESVY " RUG coimes in. It never fails I Once placed in position the patent device insures it remaining securely adjusted, It is not alone cheaper--but better tlan any other patent rug, It has a solid grip of 28 inchesalong the side. It cannot be dragged under foot and destroyed, It is made by skilful workmanship of high quality material. HORSE RUGS. COW RUGS. lit, fin. Oft. Ofe,6In, lft, 4ft.,OlI BI, 5ft,61n, OIt, 8(6 0/6 10/6 11/6 06/ 7/6 8/6 - 13/6 14,8 15/6 16/6 11/6 12/6, 13/6 14/ 1b/ 16/8 17/6 - ý-.A 1 aD .m ' en, . 'hlona Is, l all iobbe6d out Martin's Horse Clippers, 4s 6d Burman...
PRODUCE MARKETS. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
I'RODtUUE0 MARI?ETF, Melbourne, Friday. Wheat,-FIull rates hand to be paid again yesterday to secure prime grain in elding store, and at 3/11 some 1000 bags ohanred hands. For delivery alongeldo 3/11i was given for a parcel and more businoss could have been done It the wheal had been available, (Good milling realised 3/101. Oate.-For 200 baga of milling Algerian 1/11 was paid and 130 huge of feed ohanged hands at 1/10. Chaff,-- oloders asked £3/5 for oholce wheaten, whioh was neot plentiful, and up to £3/2/6 for oateo, Of the latter prime oute were on offer at £3, good at £2/15 to £2/17/6, and medium at oonoeesione, Lay,--For manger, trussed, quotations range from £4/10 to £5; food sheaves are selling at from £3 to £3/10, and for chilling ehoaves £2/5 to £2/10 la indioated, Viotorian straw ommands up to 37/6 ex rail, and for Tasmanian up to 600 ex wharf is asked, - -
THE NEW GOVERNOR GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
THE NEW GOVERNOR GENERAL. HAnDLY have the citizons of Australia bid farewell to Lord and Lidy Denman when they are called upon to extend a welcome to their Buooessore, Sir Ronald and Lady Munro Ferguson, The heartiness of this will htvo assured their Excollonotes of the loyalty of the people of the Commuonwealth to the Sovereign and his Consort whom they represent, and of the feeling osnong Australians towards the Imperial con. nrction and bo the land from which they have sprung, The hearty cheers with which Sir Ronald Munro Ferguson and his wife were greeted in Melbourne on Monday last found an echo throughout the continent, and this not because of any personal regard for them, but solely for what they represent. They have yet to become known to any large body of persons here, but the gracious manner in which they have already made them selves popu'ar with all with whom they have come into contatb is an augury of that wider popularity which they will no doubt achieve as time goes o...
LIVE STOCK MARKETS. St. Arnaud, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
LIVE STOCK MARKETS. St. Arnaud, Thursday, Mossrs U, M'Kechleto and (o, report T'Ihe yardings wore 3300 storeo heep, 141 fat shoop and lambs, and i eattle' There was an average attendance, Fresh lots of store sheep received good compe. tltion, but anything in low condition, to lamb, mot with little competitioni X weaners wore a shade easier ; no wethors yarded. Fat h1oop and lambs met good competition, The few store cattle, which wore in low condition, made full rates, Prime X wra, mlado 20/9 to 23/3 ; others, from 18/6 ; best lambs, 15/1 ; 4I yr old m owes, 80 per cent Leicester lambs at foot, 22/3; 6 t do, 90 per cent Lin, lambs, 22/10 ; 6 t in owes, in lamb to Liins,, 18/11 to 15/8 ; 4 yr old do, 14/7 to 14/10 ; do, mixed ages, 11/8 to 12/2 4; and (6 t do, 16/1 to 18/0 ; x weanors, 11/1, 13/7 to 15/2, Store cows, from 50/ to 0)/. We yarded 1532 store sheep, (6 fat sheep' and lambs, and 6 cattle, and sold at quotations 032 store sheep, 44 fat sheep and lambs, 6 cattle, as follows ;...
The Very Latest. Melbourne, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
The Very Latest. Melbourne, Friday lEvening, Whoat.--Market easier. May delivery, 3/11k; June, 3/11,if Liverpool mnrheb is cabled }i lower, Flour, f ,? 04t-blill. ion 1/11, food 1/10, Choll, £3/5, Hay, £4/10 to £5. rotatoso, i. Oniane, £7, The House of Reprsuontativoea st all nlght and day and a saeond allTnight aitting le in prospeoot, Thu Govorntoent is deter. mined to push the Anti Preference Bill through before riaiue, 'Jho two hFoderal liousne entertained the Govornor.Goneral at l:uioh in the Queen's Hall, Sir Arthur Stanley, Governor of V iotoria, was elso present. The Prime Minlstor proposed the toast of tihe guest, which Mr. flb'ieir supportod. Sir Ronald Mh nro Ferguson, in reply, said that timer of diflliculty came to all IParli'rmonts, and if euch should arise it would be hin duty to promote the smooth woriing of the ooenti. tution in the best intorest of the Common. welhib, HIe hoped to go to all the Statee, and had the Kiong's commntil to convey to them hble iolilottud ...
LOCAL TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
LOCAL TELEPHONE EX CHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS, NAr? . No. Avery, Mrs. A. F .., .. 87 Bank of New South Walos ,,, 77 Bank of Victoria ,,, ,,, '76 Bennett, Dr. J. H, ... , 27 Bell & Lorimer ,.. 14 Blakeley, A, B . ... .. 56 Blonoowe, F. 0. ,,, 06 Bliss, W. R.... ,,, ... 61 Borough Offices, Town Hall ,;, 51 Bray, 0. ,., .., ,., 64 Bray, Los .,,. '6, ... 91 Breeno, Misls ... 104 Broadbont Bros. ,,, ,, 42 Cemetory ,, ** . ... 609 Clover, F. P, ,, 384 Cookburn, G, A. ,,, 1,. 81 Cooper, R, J, ",, . . 08 Convent of Mory .. ,... 45 Cougle, A, J, ,,, 0.. 11 Crone, Jae, .... 3 DarOy, Mrs ..,., -.::, , Davies, F, E. . ... 44 Dickinson, R. .. ..o; 57 Divola, A, ,, ... ... 1 Doyle, Rev. G. ... ... 23 Dunkley, H, W, (office) ,,, 3 Dunkley, H. W, (roesidence) .. 17 Dunlop, MArs. P, A. ., ... 97, Edwards, H. T, ... ... 6 Edwards, H, T,(private honse).. 8 Edwards, Emily ..,, ,, 35 Estate A, Giles (with extension to Mrs, A. Giles' residence) ,,, 55 Fay Bros. ... .. ... 48 Fire Brigade Station...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
VICTORIAN produCers' Co Operative Co. Ltd. ad0 0lioo-.4a collinegat,, Mlelbourne, Oraln Shhod'Wlllamstown° 1 Wool, Hide, and Skin Stores, DAIRY PRODUOE. Sook Sales-,llbourno, iloadigo, Sun. Lry oud b'ag??imbie. Ladn E?at e, and lneurauoe Agents, qgs, Manures, Oils, Twins, Groi ce tes, rea, &C. gVlTEqutiggVITED, p , & C, ompany Royal Mail Steamers. ., -ar.,.ci|l , PlyIlI.uth, and London. o.r It AdelSid, L'rtiantlo, Colombo, o0 port Sai. , 5ud Tangier with permils, OO aI sit NrWidi'i, First and Sooond SIloon only, S Leave Ste , Tons, Comn. Melb, Smiander, 3 p.m. 7ooD?,,10000 Haddock May 5 lo 1 a ]1000 'Audrewe May 19 Morl 1.%01 e ,'on June 2 SMrorf,- 10GO0 bLockyer Juno 10 lheitCeamora leave Adt hide the following Thuld?y at 6 pM,. To sYDN.Y . TLeaveo Arrive Sutesner. Tom, 'Melbour'eI Sydney. lo... 12O00 May 12 May 14 m or 10000 May 20 May 28 Alltimsoer lfittOcl With nwi reiess= 'e ,pleial Cheap Holiday Return Tickete inmd to Colombo, Retur T'ickets to Sydney, Adelaide...
RAINFALL. A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
A UOMPARA'TIVE S'TAT'EMENT. - I 1910 1 1911 I 1912J 1013 1014 Ja. ,., I '74 11 .01 '03 047 Jo, .. ,00 573 1'07 1-07 '08 MarchI 4'42 1'61 '9) 259 '02 April.. '28 '15 '37 150 1'89 May ,., 3 05 2'05 '26 2'24 Juno,., 2'16 I '74 2'29 1'07 July ,,, 3'97 1'45 3'07 1'01 August 1'82 '01 1'45 1'60 Sept,. 2'85 3'13 4'11 2'10 Ooct ... 1'13 '52 0t'44 1'89 Nov ... 1'09 '06 1'4'i 0318 ,Doo . '50 136? 3 01 _ 0,02 T1'I in, 2307 1'5 2118'541 16.10
OTHER PLACES CONNECTED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
The local exohhange Is onaeoted with the ollowing places, the achrgoe for oonvo setions being as under: Firsb ,every additional 3 minutes, 8 minutes. Bealiba ,.. 4d ,. 3d I)unolly ,,, 3d .., 3d Copo Co(pe ,. Sd ,.,. . 3d Maryborough 8d ., GOd Czriebrook 1d. 1i Gd Newatead ,. * Od Majoroa ... ... Od Blung Bong ,. 1/ 9d Avooa ,. .1 . ' 94 Donald ... . . 4 3d LitahQleld ,. Gd .. 5d Massey . 84 d Watohem .. 8d ,. Od Morton Plainse 1 .. 9d Birohip .. I ,., 9d Kinnabulla ,. l ,. Od Ta?hot .. 1/ .. 94 Cluanes , / . G 9d Tarnagul la. 8d . Od Llanolly .., 8d . Od NewbridgM .. . 9d luglowood ,. 1 .. 9d Moolerr ,., 2d 2d Beazley'e Bridge 2d . 2d Tottington ,., 2d 2d Winjallok .. 4d , d.. 4 Rostron , 4d 3. 3d Paradiso ,., 3d .. 3d Navarre .. Od ,., 5d Landeborough 8d ' ,. d Joel Joel ,.. 8d .. Od Stawoll ,,, 1, 9d Melbourno ,., 1/10 ... 1/4 Ballarat ... 1/4 ... 1/ Geolong 1,, 0 ,. 14 I- _I-
COMMERCIAL. MERCURY Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 23 May 1914
OQMMEROIAL, MEanounY Ofioo, Frlday evenlug, WEOLSAL , rTA.lL Flour, £8/1716 Flour, 160 lb, bag 15/6 Ohaff, £3 Chaff, 41 Fresh Butter, dairy, Freshl butter, 1/1 1/; Fa?tory, /II Faotorr, 1/3 Egge, 1/3 Eggs, 1/5 Baoon, 1/L Baoon, 1/2 Obeese, 8d Ohooee, 10d Pollard, £5/10 per ton Pollard, 1/4 Bran, £5/S per ton Bran, 1/3 Potatoee, 0/ Potatooa, ?I per qr