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On a Calm, Still Night. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

Oil 1 Calm, Stlll Nl Fht, It was indeed a beautiful night, The gentle zephlyri played musically amiid tho dolicato fronds of the turnip.tops, and wafted from far-dlatant fieldu the subtle perfume of the luscious onion and tho fragrance of decaying cabb bages. "Betsy," ho whispered, as they usat together on the fence surrounding Mrs, Filligan's pig-sty, "'ow beautiful you be! Jes& think of it, Betsy! When us be married us will have a pig of our own! Thinlk of that, Betsy!" "Ian," she whispered, a note of ry sentment In her voice, "what do I care for pigs? I sha'n't want a pig who.i I've got you!" Then all was silent once more, save for the musical frolics of the zoephyr? already mentioned,

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HON. W. A. WATT. AN APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

HON. W. A, WATT. AN APPRIEOIATION, [BY G,] Now that the by.eleotions have been so f ?totively decided in favour of the r(conotruoted Watt Ministry, and the appeal to the oonstituouoica ha1 resulted in tho roturn of all the Miniatera whowo aoats were do UImnIPn'a earily challenged, a aludy of theu iiin primarily roeponuible for the poaition may nob he out of place. Political utudento and woll-winhcur of Victoria muuat have been. askin uith I?ilntnanf " la lhrifn nn viHiin ex'itl t t" inoo the IFederal debacle of 1910 there haa ben n urgent olamantn demand for a united Liberal party under ta Btrong lendper, and thit deuiind then State eleotoru very uolidly ,ra iiird by th( return of a lIrge Liberal meir. berohip, Two ueatu were captured from the LIabour Socialiotai, and thl oontrol wai in tlio h1uleh of tim roolt capablo and feauirlei mant in tlih 1Houme, Ond yet in tlwo yneac is almnoi' wreckltd by an undigdnii d Ncrambleo fter tho uweot o o oflico, and the farju of a live lniUO te '...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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FROM WISDOM'S WELL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

FROM WISDOM'S WELL, Once boys or girls have been al. lowed to leave sliool, It Is contrary to human nature to expect them to go hack, hitch, W'omen's eyes aro the windows o, their souht; but It Is as well not to forget lthit windows have blinds, '1'he poo0' lay not ho getting poonr, or, but Ihey are certainly getting loss l ?iHtledt with their poverty, I,ifo should consist quite as nl?uch. of helpiig n o of acquiring. 'The'l world is made up ot drudgers anid dreamers; and what we wont is a combbliation ot the two. I was wending an--aw--account of , woman being gored to death by a tbeatly cow, donchorkllow," remarked youlng Dudleigh. ''"Weally, I can't Im, aglue a more howwlbl affair, can you, \iss tl'antlque?" "No, Mr, Dudleigh," replfed Mlls (1austlque, with a mighty yawn; "un, Iess it is being bored to death by d calf!"

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Spoilt for Laying. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

Spoilt for Laylii, 'The motorist was bowling aIon?, well over the legal pac, wihen a tcrrii fled clucking told hinm ho wasI running foul of some wayslidi poultry. "I'11l trouble you for fourteenll uhill. lings, guv'nor," observed a genlltlemani in co'rduroys, who appeared oni the acene, "'That'll bo three and sixpoen'e apiece for four chIckelns." "But I only killed two relnollstrltted the motiotrist, as ho took off lhie gog. gles and gazed at the victims of tweut. tleth.century science. '"Them other two'll neve'r lay a blessed egg artur this," rochared tilhe countryman. ''Dearmo, Is that so?" exclainmed the man in oilskins, as ho dropped tihe sum dlemanded into the outstretched point. "It's tldue to fright, I suppoeBo?" "Partly fright, perhaps," chuckled the countryman, "but I reckon It's mostly 'cos they're cocks,"

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MINING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

MININO ITEMS. P'uzzlo 'ltt"r bold Miningl Comnpany, No Liibily, Bet'Mibo, Jannury 1trth,- --M?ain albaft sunltk to tobal distaneoo of 93 fro?, fair working country, $Ilate atd eandilstone intermixed with quarlt' leadors, wator light. At 83 fot pa?setl through 4 feet of lucemented wash, The whole distauco carrying fair values in gold, ,J .L·Y m N- .. ..-iM ·I

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Took Everything. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

Took Everything. A falther, wishing to satisfy himself ;a to the future prospects of his son, tdeided to make the following test: '~ow," he said, "1 will put here, whlero lie will see them the first thlig when he comes in, a Bible, some monley and a bottle ot whlisky., It he takes the Bible he will be a preacher; it he tnakes the whisky lie will be no good" Havinvg thus decided on the plan, he arranged the articles and concealed himself to await the son and waetch results, Presently in camet the boy, saw tho money and put it in his pocket, took till the bottle of whisky and drank it, put the Bible under his arm and walked out whistling, "My gracious!" oxclaimed the father, "he will be a member of Par, liamont"

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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EPIGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

EPIGRAMS, ,' All's well that ends swell, It's a long worm that has no tturu lug. PolitIcs Is the art t puttling hall. truths. Wher'e thlere's smoke, there's a royal commlssion. Hitch yor' waggott to a star-hut In. sure yoUI' WaggOn frst, The twentieth contury rellglon--the worshlp of the man who gets there. All things come to him who waits, hiit most things spoil in thle waiting, including otu'oelvee, All popular men and groat loieaders lhave had a good opinion tof tlhemselves. All the world loves a lovet' of hlimself. The two candldntes for the poor. holuse aidl the cemetery-the manll who buys thlings because tlhey are cheap, and the man who eats thlngs to get the worth of his money.

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THE MAIN THING. Giving Service, Not Making Money. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

THE MAIN THING, Glvlng Service, Not Making Money, By I:'anle Crane, Money is not ithe real Incentive, It Seems so, )but it hi not, h'lie real me, rive that getsu iuse to work is the doe, .i1ro to eierve, We won't. tcinowlodgo that Man is t(oli ic'oamelltally ashamed of ally high iotiidigu calini, lie blushes at his owl) good dUeds and ho loudly dls, ;:Ila ino i nnaciltiiiosii. Iluunally iho believes he is telling th1 truth about himself, But he It Illlnatlak', lie Ia nobler than he eus. 'l'ako the girl at the counter, the worlkimaii laying brIcks, the clerk In thu bank, the railway conductor and the grocer, Ask1 them whiy they get ut)p every iiorlning and go to work and they will answer promptly, "To make naoiley, No sentiment goes with me, I want cansh. I work because I need tile wagesO," It I noit very hard to prove that tdtie Is not true. Put one of these iooPhlo at an entirely useless business, whll?re ho gets something for nothing irid no matter what the gain he will by and by ...

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HOW TO TREAT A LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

HOW TO TREAT A LOVER, During the Interval of attention or onmi.courtshi1p which may load uip to an ongagomont a girl Is very often at a los as to how she should behave to the nman In question, and n!llerous misunrdertahudlngs and ditlleultiet may arise from a lack of knowledgeo as to tho proper conduat under the clrclm, stances, Sometimes the girl finds herself in a really dilileult position, Sihe is not yet engagedl, is quite free to talk, dance and laugh with the other young men of her acqualntance, and yet if she is not very tactful the special young iman in que?tiotn may Irit her down as I flirt. It a girl wishes to pre(servo her o\vwn tselfres?leet, and gain that of her ad. miror, she should never cheapen her. self in the very slightest, If sh11e Colloses one among all oth. ere, lot her aiccopt his attentions and invltations gracioulsly but with a due sense oof womanly dignity, Until ai definite undeorstanding has bienoi reach ed, let her renombher ho\v often tihose little all'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

Businesgs Notilooa. VICTORIAN Producers' Co. Oý perative 0o. Ltd. Bead Otti--4195 Colliueat,, Melbourne, Grain S:hsd--WVtliiaGtotwf, Wool, Hide, and Skin Stores, DAIRY PRODUOE, Stook Salese--Meulbouro, Hendigo, Sun. bury and Nagmubio,. Land, Estate, and Inauranoe Agents. Bags, Manures, (Oils, Twine, Gro. ceries, Tea, &c. ENQUIRIIS INVITED, ROYAL MAIl, STEAMS S LEAVE MELBOURNE EVERY ALTERNATE WEf K FOR MARSEILLES & LOND Callila at Adelaide, Fremntle, Colomho, Ad,.n, Port Said, Gibraltar, Plymouth en route \ilth permisi.,n to call at Blindii FIRST and SECOND Saloon only Return Ticket to Europe available for Two Yearl RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY To FREMANTLE Single £7 l0, to £9 10s, Return £l 10 I, to £14 5, To COLOMBO Single £27 l10, to £34 21 Retun £40 14#, to £50 12,. To BOMBAY and CALC;TTA Single £29 14, to £37 8,, Return £44 Ito £56 2s, To MARSEILLES Siangle £319 12, to £78 21, Return .66 to £116 12s, To LONDON Single £41 16,, to £82 10#. Retur, £69 61, to £123 4,. Full...

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Innocence Protected. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

Innocence. Protected. "I suppose," niald irs, Oldeastle, "you saw tho Champs dos Capuchins when you woere in Paris?" "Oh, mercy sakesa, no!" replied Mrs, londsinscadds. "I Ihad my young niece with me, you know, and I wouldn't of had hor see any of them kind of things for tho world,"

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ON WORDS RASHLY SPOKEN. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

ON WORDS RASHLY $POKEN. By lHamilton Pope nault, if there is one thing I do not al,p prove of it is the spectacl of some. body everlastingly jumping up and in. terfering when a youamg woman giveos up her music, In any case of tlhat sort someone is suro to come along and say some thing like this: "Why, Sarah Ann Slmp! What do you mean by giving up your music? It's a shame! You ought to ibe made to go on with it,. so talented!" There is never any occasion for get tling hysterical about a thing like that, o?\l- a young woman of my acrlnahlit ance gives up her music I bear It like a man, I go right along as though nothing had happened, It makes no difference how near the musician may be to me, Even if she lives in the fiat above me I manfully bear the do. privation, No one has a right to interfere at such a time, It is no use taking than. cos, Who knows but that some such innocent remark as those I have quo. ted may cause her to go ahead with her music again? And there Is no tolling how...

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TRAIN SERVICE. ST. ARNAUD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

TRAIN {SERVIOE. 8T, ARNAUD TO MCLIbOUILNK1, Leaves 7,36 a,m, daily, arrivee 3,l, p.m. Fast train leoaves I4.4 pn. daily7, arrivew at 9.,9 p.m. on Mondays, Wedneneays and Frldays, and at 10.65 pmnjonl?Tueudsya, Thursdays and Saturdays, MELBOURNE TO ST. ARNAUI). Leaves 6.40 a,m, daily, arrives at 3.29 p.m, Fast train leave. 5,16 p.m. daily, arrives at 11.17 pm. MOTOR TItA1N. Leaves Maryborough daily,at 8,40 a.,n., arriving at St. Arnaud at 10.,6 a.m. Leaves St. Arnaud on return Fi. 12.151 pm. daily for Maryborough, arrivling at 2,17 ptm,

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DISTRICT PRESBYTERY. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

DISTRIOT PRESBYTERY, The Proesbytory of Maryborough mot at St, Arnaud last week, when there wore present--Rove, J, Davioes (Moderator), ,E. ,laodonald, I., Robinson, J. D, Walkor, W, iOhanmborlin, and H, Baleko (acoting clerk), Corroespondenco was reooelvod from Reov, L), Camellronl, roporting tho purchase of churcoh altos at WaIpeup, Speed, and OCyon ; frolm IRev, J, Rooobertson, asoking that the olnimo of the pre-matrlculatlon bursaries fund be brought prominently boeforo theo oongrogatione. Tho appointmelnt of Mr., Sponcor to Iaon mission, in lplaO of Mr, Southall, transferrod to Jeparlt, was reported, T'he applioation of lorrisnal to thio Jubilee Fund for £28 was approved, Mr. W. Johns, 13,A,, a candidate for tho Inlnlistry, was granted his Proesbyterial certifioato, 'Thle Reovs, )avies and Ohamberlin were made soooesora for the formation of a soisaoll at Avoca, Thn sympalilthy of the Prosbytery with tho lRev. .4Amoa Man. dotnald and members of the family olrolt in thoeir rooont...

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RANDOM READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

SRANDOUUM iEAIJ ,i'.i liertle (who Is dpending a short holiday down at an outof.the.way country farmhouse); I say, what can a fellah do down here to kill timhe? Farmer Simpleton: Well, miaye you can coax the old woman to let you whitewash the chicken.house, In spite of the difficultles antd dan gors that beset them, they hald ascendl ed one of the hlghest points i tue Alps., He was very fat, and as he stoodl panting anti mopping his )rOW le turned to his wife and said, with a touch ot pathos In hllis voice: "See, Marla. how small onet is In the face of the Immensity of Nature,." "Small, Indeed!" replied his wife. "Why, you're standtlng in front of we Miding the whole of Mont Blanc and the booest part of the Chamonix Val ey." Ghosts and weird apparltions were said to appear In tile empty hiouse, and they were not an Inducement to iossible tenants, so the agent had it elaborately done up antd decorated and by way of a tempting halt lihe had some expensive gas fitttlngs put up In all t...

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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. INHUMAN EVICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. (Froni Ouor Uwn Oorreopondent,) INUUMA IOTVIOT!ONU, A oruohing, if iloant, oritioiuri on the Inhumai Inconldoratoauoeo with whloh workeru' dwellitgu have ieeno dsetroyod In 8ydnoy, hao been furnished at Redforn. A family of sovon was found to be Ilving in a room ina stable, separated only by a thin partltlon from the nine horae who wore the oiltheor oocupants of the building, BIut what was to be done I It is vury bad that ilumni 0tIi)Oeig ilioul iJU rive iiti ake flioltor In a otable, But It would be worne atill to drive theom nto tho otreet. rhey aro unable to obtain a houio at any oental within their imanio, and it BOOcni that the Muniilpal (JCtioll, to whom the fatot woro reportod, did not aoo ite way to tako any aotlon, That the alume of ydlney need remodelling, IH admitted on all handt, Tho point that io gaonrally :verlooked Ia that those who undertake tho remodelling, In thoir oUgorgIns, overo look the fact that human interoeate are involved, A very tniall m...

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OTHER PLACES CONNECTED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

OTI1WR PLACES CONNECT'ED, The local exchange t ooonectd with the tollowing plaooe, the ohargee lor oonve ealions being am under c Firet Every additional 8 mlnutel, 3 minutee, lealiba 4. . 4d 3d I)uuolly ,, d ... 5d Cope (lope 3. ,d 3d Maryborough 8d ,.. 8d Cirlebrook , 1d Newstead ,. Od,/ d Majorca ,., / 9d Bung Bong,,. 11 9d Avooa , 1, G, d Donald ,., 4d . 3d Litohfleld ,., Gd .,. 5d Masasey 8d . d Watohem ,., 8d .., Gd Morton Plains 1/ . d Blirohlp ". / ,., Od Klnnabulla, 1 9d Talbot 1 - 9d Clunes 1 dlla 8 d Lnelly ,., 8d (d Nowbridge 1, ... 9d inglewood , 1 .. 9d Moolerr 2d 2d Bearley'e Bridge 2d 2d rottlugton, 2 d 2d Winjallok ,., 4d 3d Paradiseo ,., 3d , 3d Navarre , ed ,., 5d Landeborough 8d Gd Jool Joel 8d. ,. d Stawolil ,., 1 .. 9d Melbourne ,, 110' , 14 lallarat 1/4 1/ Uoelong 1/10

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LOCAL TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

LOOAL TELEPHONE EX OHANGE. LIST OF SUBSORIBERS. f'---I NAUl.s No. Avery, Mrs. A. F. ... .. 87 Bank of Now South Wales ,,, 77 Bank of Viotorla ..., 76 Bennett, Dr. J. H. ...,,, 27 Bell & Lorlmer ... ., 14 Blakeley, A. B. ., , 66 Blencowp, F. 0, ... ,.. 66 Blivn, W. R,... ... .. 61 Borouoh Offloes, Town Hill ... 61 Bray, O. ... ... , 64 Bray, Lee. ., t ... ,,, 91 Broeno, MIsn ... ,, 104 Broadbent Dros., .. ,,, 42 Cmetery ... ... ,,, 60 Olover, F. P. ,,, ,. 84 Oookburn, G. A. ... ., 81 Cooper, R. J. ,, ,,, 08 Convent of Meray ... .. 45 OouRle, A. J. (with extenelon to private honae) ... .. 11 Orono, Jas. ..., ,, ,, 37 1)Iroy, Mrs., . ,,, ,, 89 Davioon, Rev. J. W. .. ,., 67 Davies, F, E. .,, ,,, 44 Diokinson, R. .., ,, 57 Divolas, A ... ,,,.. 31 Doyle, Rev . G. ... 23 Donkley, H, W. (ofice) ,,, 3 Dunkley, H. W. (roeldenoe) ... 17 Dunlop, Mrs, P. A. ... ,,O 97 iEdwardo, 1H. T. ,.. , 6 Edwards, H. T.(prlvate house)... 8 Edwards, Emily .. ... 85 Eotate A. Giles (with ext.lenon to M...

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The Very Latest. Melbourne, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

The Very Latest. - --s---- - Melbourne, Tuesday Evening. Wheat,-Market easier, A cable gram report an all round fall of a firthing per cuntal in London and Liverpool, Looally thero is no demand. January quoteu are 3/51 to 3/6 ; and Fdbruary 3/6G, Flour, £8/10, O0to, 1/9 to 1/10; itod, 1/8, Unaf, £3/5. Hay, £5110 Puotaoes, £3 to £3/5, Ouiuon, £7/10 to £8 A tcaa of fruit received from the ViotoriancoUmmroltalngoent in Germany, oponed in tht Guvernment cool etorr, ioldu three buahelo, Exporta are not favorably improUeed with it. The Interatato Commission con. tinued tlhe inquiry into the boot in. duutrv, Many oomplainto have been made to the police of the circulation of spuri ouo half sovureignu in the Fitzroy and Collingwood districto, The State brick works at WonLthagi have been closed owing to the quality of the bricku being too inferior tor use. The kilu iu to be dismantled, A quantity of stolen jowollory was found it a culvert at Fu?aoy Gardena, A watch wae k.po and the polioc arr...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 21 January 1914

LOOAL AND GENERAL. .-.. --.^-.-..-„.--· A new surglodl ward le to be eroeted at the Melbourne Hoplital at a obt of £25,000, M1er , 0. and S. Bray, drapore, anuounaa that they are now showing speoial lines, uotably one pieoo robes. Mr, II. T. Edwardb, of the Big Stora, advertiles that a unmmier aulo will oom. menoe on Saturday next, 124th inot, Mr. and Mrs. James Wllllams, of Sltwell, and formerly of Binypen, celebrated their diamond wedding on Wednesdey last, A Kyabram resid, t has been fined 2/6 for neglecotng to have his name on the eslo tors' roll, He admittod oareleisnese in the matter, The Publlo Worku Department has so. onpied thl tonder of Meeare, Power and Wellor, at £403/8, for a new reoldenoe at Natto Yallook State sohool, No, 1437. The Government of Victorl il under. willing in London a 4 per cent, loan of £1,000 000 at £07 por cnot, rep»yablo In 1094000, A qiurtWr's Interest will be payable on the lt of April, Mr, Oeoar Aeolo and Miss Lily Braytou, who have just rotnrned...

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