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LOCAL TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

LOQAL TELEPHONE EX* OHANGE. LIST OF 8UBSCRIBERS, Nas., No. Avery, Mr,. A. F, .. ... 87 Bank of Now South Wales ,., 77 Bank of Viatorla .,, n, 76 Bennett, Dr, J, H. .... ... S/ Boll & Lorimer .. ,,. 14 BlakeleyA,A. ,. ,, ,,, 66 Blenoowu, F. C. ... .. 66 .Bliss, W. R.... ... .. 01 B3orouuh 011ose, Town Ball ... 51 Bray, 0. ... .., ., 64 Bray, Los, ... ... ... 91 BreeOno, Miss ,,, ,,, 104 Broadbent Bros, ... ,,, 42 Conmotery ... ,,, ,,, 69 Clover, F, P. ,,, ,,, 34 Oolrkhurn, ,G. A. ... ,,, 81 Ooopor, R. J. ... ,,, 68 Convent of Meroy ,,, .., 45 Oougle, A. J, (with extenselon to private house) ... ,., 11 Crone, Ja, ,,, ,,, ,,, 87 Daroy, Mrs, ... ,,, ,, 89 Davison, Rev. J, W ,,, . .. 87 Davies, F. E, ,,, ,,, 44 Dickinson, R, ,.. ,,, 57 Divola, A. ., ,,, ,,, 81 Doyle, Rev, 0, ,. ... 2s Dunkleoy, H, W. (offloe) ... 3 Dunkley, H. W, (resieldenoe) ... 17 Dunlop, Mrs. P. A. ... ... 97 Edward, H, T, ... ... 6 Edwards, H. T,.(prlvate hone),,,. 8 Edwardn, Emily .. ,,, 85 Estateo A, Giloe...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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RAINFALL. A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

RAINF ALL. A COMPARATIVE S'TAT1EMENT, I 1909, 1910 1911 | 10120| 1013 Jnn, ... '53 174 '11 ,05 '03 ob .... '15 ' 00 '073 1'07 107 Maroh I'53 4,42 1'01 09 2'50 Aprll.~, 1'690 28 16 '37 150 May .., 4'23 3'05 2'05 '26i 2'24 June,., 3'38 2'l6 2*74 220 1'07 July ,., 2'90 3097 145i 3'07 1 01 AugusB 65'78 1'82 '01 1,45 1,'0 Sopt ... '93 285 3'13 4' !1 2*10 Cot ... '88 1'13 '62 0'14 1 89 Nov,., '59 l00 '1 0 l'4 1I 038 )Dec. ..., '*5 'S0 l, 301 0 02 1'1' In, I 23*38 I 23,07 I 19'52 I 18'54 I 10'10

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NEW POSTAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

NEW POSTAL RATES, Tho now postal rates, Inoluding ponny postage on letters, came into force on tho let of May, Tho reduced rateso are as follow : THROUGHOUT COMMONWEALTH AND PAPUA. Lettors, Id por q oz, Letter cards, singlo, ld each, Do., reply, ld sach half, Post cards, singleo, ld each, Do,, reply, ld each half. Printed papors, 0~d per 2 or, Books, printed-outsldo Australia, Ojd per 4 oz,; in Australia, 0hd per 8 oz, Magazinoe-Prlnted In Australia, O~d per 8 or, ; printed outslde Australia, Old per 4 or, "Hansard," 0ld po 12 or, Commorolal palpers, patterns, sample, and merchandiso, Id per 2 or. OVERSEA DOMINIONS., Lettera from tho Commonwoalth to the Utlted Kingdom, oversoea dominions, British colonies and proteotorates, oxzeoopt the New Hebrides, Id per 4 o, NEW ZEALAND AND THE I8LAND8 iho rates to New Zealand, lijl and British Solomon Xeland aro :-e Letters, ld oz. Post cards, single, 14I, Do,, reply, ld each half. L otter oards, sitngleo, ld. Do,, reply, Id each half, Magahneo...

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OTHER PLACES CONNECTED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

OTHER PLACE8 CONNECTED, The local exchlango e connected with the tollowing plhone, the ohargen for conve sotiono beiug as under:- Firet Every additional 3 minutes, 3 minutes, Bealiba . 4d .Y 3d fluuolly ,. d . d Cope (Copo ., 3d .. 3d Maryhorough 8d d.. d Cariebrook,, 1/ .= Od Newetead ,I 9d1/ d Majoroa *.. 1. * d Bung Bong .. 1/ Gd Avooa ., I/ ,- Od lonuald ,., 44 *. Sd Litchlleld . d -. 6d Maesey .. 8d -- d Watohem ,. 8d 6d Morton Plaile 1/ .. Gd Blirohip .i) . I - 1d Kinnabulha.. .. Gd Talbot . 1/ .. Gd Clunes .., 1 - G d Taruagulla . 8 . Cd Llanolly ,., 8d C d Nuwbridge 1, .- Gd Inglowood ,. Gd.. Moolorr .., 2d 2d Beazloy'o Bridge 2d 2d Tottiugton .. Sd . 2d Winjallok ,., 4d 8d Paradleo ,., 3d .. 3d Navarro ..4 Od ,. Cd Landeborough 8d .. 6 Joel Jool .. 8d . 6d 8tawoll .. I, . Gd Molbourne ., 1/10 .. 1/4 Ballarat .., 1/4 ,,, I/ Geelong ,. 1/10 .

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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. THE WORM TURNS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

OUR SYDNEY LETTER., (From Our Uwn Oorrospondont,) T1l WORM TUINS, Even a warm will turn if it is trodden on, The taxpayer may be of less importance than the worm in thet, eyes of legislators who are " out" to "do the grand" with his money. Nevertheless, even the taxpayer will turn sometiimes, And he is turning now. A meeting of business men, held in Sydney the other dsay, called on all persons who are liable to income tax to refuse to furnish returns, or to pay assessments uLntil a " reasonably fair " Income Tax Act has been pro. vided, the )Department of Taxation reconstructed, and the injustic whilch has beenti perpetratid under the present defective measure reotilied, Acting on the advice of the COomumisionero , the Government forced through Parliament an Act which can only be described as a botch and a bungle of the most dise. graceful character, Underit, absentees for the most pirt escape altogether, while some residente have paid as much as 1/4 in the . The Act is a monument o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

SITUATION8 VACANT, ANTED,--Young GIRL, to assist; one lesving school preferred, Apply Mis, MoNOTTI, Q2oo0n.troot. PUBLIC NOTICES, Foundation Day, BUSINESS PLACES will be OLOSED the WHOLE of WEDNESDAY NEXT, 28th inst, F, DOWER, Sco. Tradors' Aesooiation, Closing-Down OF Lord Nelson Mine, EALISING the very serious postion in connectlon with the above mine, in view of the recommendation of the directore to shut down, I deem it my duty to onveneo a PUBLIO MEETING for MONDAY EVENING NEXT, JANUARY 26lh, at the TOWN HALL, at 8 o'clook, to discuess the situation, Shareholders, Miners, lu?lness Meno and Property Owvners are urged to attend, as it is imperative that Immediate acotlon be taken owing to the Half.Yearly Meeting of the Company being hold on 29tih inastb,, when the directors recommon. dation mway possibly be endorsed, W. J. ROWE, Mayor, Farewell to Mr, T. J. Mountjoy MIEETING OF FRIENDS,. A MEETING will be held at the St. Arnaud Town Hdll Supper Room, on MONDAY NIGHT, 26th inat,, ...

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THE CLAIMS OF THE WORKER. A LIBERAL MEASURE. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

THE OLAIMS OF THE WORKER, A LIBERAL I]MEASURE, [Co mnluT u D.] The gratifying suooes of Mr, Watt and isocolleaguoe, the onding of little differ. onooes In the Liberal party are, It is to be hoped, the prelide to earnest work in Parliament, Oneo of the urgent measures requirlng inmediat a ttelntion is the Wolrkern' Compon?otlon Bill. To Rome extent It has always beeoon recognlsed that the man who is dHisabled whilst about his work Is entitled to com. ponstlon, Evon wohen the law was wholly unsatlsfactory, many wealthy emmployero and many wealthiy com. panies troeated thosoo ho weore maimed whilst about their work with genorosity. Hut tihere are some mean and many poor employers The mean one will not pay if bv any legal quibble ho can oonape his liibility; the poor one cannot pay, for hie is fighting hard for a bare livolihood. The measure submitted by the War Ministry last osession provldes for all thise tsocs, It makes the insuranoe ot temploycs compulsory The small em. ployetr who ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

I'T NEVER FAIlS, SFor years we have boon using t'hamber. lain's Cough Remedy," says Mr, IIoerbort II, Woodhead, Weontworthli, N.SW, " We have six ohlldren atnd neover use anythlne else for the treatment of coughe, colde and bronobhial complaintse, I confldently reooam. mend Chamborlain'e Co'ugh Remedy to everyone, more eipeolally to parents, who like myself have yaoung children's health to daeguard. It never falls to Aive relief In all alses." Sold by all storekeepers, HIDDEN DANGERS, Urio alid is a deadly poison that is pro. duced in the human botldy, and it I Iho duty of the kidneys to collet this poinson from the blood, and to pass it safely out of the systPem, together wih all waste water, But it does not take much to eat the kidneye bacok, and when they get behlnd they cannor right. themsolves without help, The urlo coid clogs the kidneye, cansing that dull, heavy cutting in Lho backcaod sGhtrp tWinges. when stooping or lifting, It attacks the nerves with neuralgia and solation...

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MELBOURNE. PERSONNEL OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

MELBOURNE. ---4-- (Jrom our own Corroepondont), PEiaONNEL 0? PARlLIA~lENT, While a member of the Labor party ad a consistent advoeate of Labor utoereste, Mr, Jameos Weir M'Lichlan ,e no dis?clplo of the 'down with vorybody and overything" doctrine, hereo is nothing of tihe red noktie bousiness about the member for Gipps. and North. Moro than once, indeted, the speech and action of the lion, rembor have excited surprise as to how he cameo ato be found in the Opposition allery., The tall spare franuoe, thin squiline face banned to a deep oolour, and tho dark lhair worn rather long in Bohamian fashion, give Mr, M'Lachlan a somewhat notable personality, His Jarnor has been a varied one, In ditfferent parts of Gippeland lo has tried more than one businosoo at which bh had to work hard, All the same he !ound time in which to become a proficionb Pitman shorthand writor an acquirement Ihe finds of much value to him in the House. While theso " Personalo " have been running their ourse, you w...

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DATES OF COURTS. FOR YEAR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

DATES OF COURTS. FOR YEAR 1914, The following rhe oh0 rxturOe for the holding of oourta at So, Arnaud during 1914: SUPREI!E COURT, Tuesday, 12th May, Tuesday, 10nh November, COUNTY COURT AND OENEIlAL SISION8S, Wednesday, 18th February., Tuceday, 21st April, Thursday, 13th Augueat. Tuneday, 13th October, Wednesday, 9h December, Oriminal-Daily, Civil rand Licensing-The Polioo Magistrate will eib on alternato Fri. dayo, commencing from 9/1/14, Civil businoess will be conducted in the other woek on Tuesday,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

DEATHS. COUGHLIN.--On 20th inst., at Suther- land, James, beloved husband of Bridget Coughlin; aged 80 years. R.I.P.   SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1914.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

LOOAL AND GENERAL, Classes will reassemble at the State school on Tuesday next. A speciala announoPment coonernine Hahn's corsets is published by Mr, H. T. Edwards, of the Big Store. Mr, Joseph Wyatt, licensee of the Birchip Hoteol, dropped dead on Tuesday afternoon, he had just come up from the cellar, Heart   disease was the cause of death. The Traders' Association notifies in our advertising column that business places in St., Arnaud will be cloosed all day on Wednesday next, 28th lnst, The death of a bridegroom in a railway carrIage oaused a osensatlon on the arrival of the train at Castlemaine on Tuesday night. The victim was Mr,W H. Parkinson, a   squatter, of Thyra, N.S.W,, who was travel. Iing with hblI brid elect, Miss Roberts, of Echuca. Mr, Parkinson suddenly collapsed and died just betforo the train resolhed Castle. maIlne, When at Bendigo, he appeared in good health, and conversed with friends in the refreshment room, The railway authorltise st...

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OBITUARY. MR. JAMES COUGHLIN. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 24 January 1914

OBITUARY, MR. JAMES COUGHLIN. The pioneer settlers on the plains are diminishing with the steady and unwaver- ing march of time, but their splendid work on the land will stand to their credit for generations. News of the death of Mr. James Coughlin, of Sutherland, will be received with much regret by many friends. Deceased, who had attained the advanced ago of 80 years, was greatly respected, and his career redounds to his credit. He was born in County Clare, Ireland, in 1833, and when he was about 15 years of age he decided to seek his fortune in Australia, He landed in Vic- toria in 1859, and was subsequently married at Ballarat. Mr. and Mrs. Coughlin resided at Warrenheip, where farming operations were carried on until 1872. In that year they decided to move to this district, and Mr, Coughlin was one of the early selectors at Sutherland. He came here at about the same time as Messrs, William J, Ryan, John Walsh, Patrick Hassett, Austin Fitzpatrick, and John M'Guane all of whom ha...

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THE CARRIAGE OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

THE OARRIAGEO OF WHEAT, No exouse is needed for once again referring to the vexed question of the handling of wheat in bulk, The matter has been brought under imme diate notice by the report of the Chief Oommiesioner of Railways, Mr, Fiiz patrick, to the Minister upon the suhjot. In Mr, Futspatrick's opinion there is no doubt as to the thorough eflioienoy of the, for instanoo, 0ina dian bulk handling syotem in all ito stages, and, in its application to the transportation and handling of grain in this State, the only points to be con. sidered are matters of detail in design and construction. He adds that bag handling, no matter what appliances are used to oaist manual labor, cannot compare in -fioiency with bulk hand ling in the oplerity with which the grain is dealt with throughout ito journey from the farmer's waggon to the ship, and that hulk handling also offero other material advantages in respect of weighing, cleaning, grading, and storing, Mr, Fitzpatrick, how ever, recommends...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

_______poolal AMvortsaomonts. The Leading Firm. JAS. R'OWE & SONS, VICTORIA ARCADE, FOR White Duok Verandah Blinds Green or Brown Stripe Canvas Verandah Blinde Made up to any eiz4 on tbo premiseo, Estimatee gladly given, Green or white Blmboo Blinds in the following eizeo :-3 ft. x 6 ft., 4 ft, x ft,, 6 ft. x 8 ft., 8 ft, x 8 t., 10 fc. x 8 fo, Fly-proof Wire Doors,-Stoolk izt.s, 2 ft, 6 in x 6 ft. 6 ft. ; 2 ft. 8 in, x 6 ft, 8Bn,; 2 ft. 10 in, x 6 ft 10 in,; in a number of different designs Anjusaable Fly Proof Window Soreens Dock Chairs in Pine and Blaokwood, all sines and kinds in stock Oano Ohairs and Lounges Sea Grae OChairs and Lounges Oanvas Hammocks for comfort and durability Bedroom and Dining Room Suites in prices to suit any pocket Our R?iilbaok Pautnaotto Dining Room Suite, 7 piecee at £8/15 takes a lot of beoting A obheper L°ather Suite, 7 pieops, a real good investment at £6/12/6 All kinds, aisz', and colours in Bedatendo and Oots-a grand aasortmenb Go COrts, P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

CHURCH NOTICIB. OHUROH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, February ls,.-4th Sunday alter Epiphany.-8 a m., Holy nommunion ; I015 am, Children's Service; 11 a?,n Holy Communion and Sermon; 7 p.m., Evensong and Sermon. 3 p m,, Knoreh (Holy Communion). Preacher-The Vioar, 3 p.m., Sandy Creek; 7,30 pm,, Stuart Mill, Preacher-Mr. Pywoll, AMUSEMENTS. JOYLAND. THE BOM,.E OF MOVING PICTURES. Every Monday & Wednesday, Complete change of programme. Adults, 1/; children, (d, TO-NIGHT (Race Night) WILL BE SHOWN Melbourne Oup of 1913, In addition to other Interesting films, St. Patrick's Day Celebration. Show Grounds, St. Arnaud. Tuesday, March 17, 1914. PROGRAMME. HORSE EVENTS,-Time Test Trot, 1 mile, £2, Walk, Trot and Gallop, about 2 miles, £2, Beet Hunter, £4. High Jumper, £4. Great North-Central WOOD.0HOP, £10, TUG OF*WAR, £6, ATEILET[C EVENTS. - Sheffield Handicap, £4/10 District Handicap, £3/10, and minor events. DANCING, £10/10 in prizes, FIRE BRIGADE EVENTS, CADET COMPETITIONS, GAMES.-Five Int...

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THE SIZE OF EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

THE S1IZE OF EGGS. 'The pllllha~ser likes ai largo egg, anll the ,prodtlneor nmust heal this in mind, it' hlie widlesl to retain a good market for his prodiuct, and cater for tlie regulro(nent1 of his culstolornr SBlzo is really no indication of quality in now.lhdd eggs, however, The qail. Ity of an egg depends chiefly Iupon the material with whlich It 1h produced, andl tile kind( of food mi1pplled will vary the lquality just as baeoin ted oi imaloize will differ ifrom that p oduced hy barley lmeal, Bult assuminig foole. inig to have len l identical, it i1 usual ly the broeeds that lay the simaller eggs that piroduce those of the richest anld mluot delicate flavor, riight down to the Unntaim, Tliat, however, is hot the voiew taken by the geleral pllblic;e they lie a hurge egg, andl, iu thle lmaJoity of 0e,(Os, prtefer tlso a brown shell, though the latter may be also equally misileading as to quality, Size of egg is greatly a matter of horedlty, and siould be aii carefully consldere...

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MELBOURNE. PERSONNEL OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

MELBOURNE. --+--- (From our own Oorrespondent), PERSONNRIL Oh' PAILIAMKNT. During the last two years the Coan. try party in the Legislative Assembly have found themselves not alone collectively but individually. Even the most unobtrusive-in a political saene-unito of that party have now fallen into the habit of plainly ex pounding their peroonal opinions in stead ot, as previously when the Country party was less closely organ. iapd, leaving it to their leader to be their spokesman, The Government has consequently nowadays to pay much more careful attention - to the representations of that section of their supporters, Whenever they mount the country electioneering platform they have to tell their audiences that the advancement of country interesta constitute au prominent plank of their platform. When, for example, Mr, David Swan Oman ratso his tall burly form from his osat in the AsRamhly Chamber, or when he takes his portly presence and freshooloured smiling face into a MiniSter's r...

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THE STINGY SCROOGE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

THE STINGY SCROOGE, By SophIo Irene Loob. Once upon a time thero was a tiah named Dickonus He was a great man, for we have to.day the self.salme Dickens to pay for many of the good things that coime our way. 'I'lila 11n i( rhyme, Dickons wrote storiest, lH know humans of yestorday, to-day and to. Imorrow, Once 11o told about a stingy iman linamed Scrooge, Scroogo was ualost like the Scotclinan who raised the window to look out for fear of wearing out the pane, It il very painful to tall about a man like that, but per[haps You rmay pardon the li1111 01100. Most people will do anything once, Hut the cr I wt the Scroogo I wlit to toll you about began hi l)Ionultlo? halbits at a very tender age. 110 teldeai'dl overy thing 3 unto hiisielt qUiteo early. often at school the stligy lIttle boy wit3 setn lIuncllinlg an apple, b)ut 11he would not give his conirado a bito, In tact, ho wouldn't even promitlo the "coro, and voen sall "'fi cot'et1"' No W,!horeoupon his friend ahil, "Scroogo!" and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

IT NEVIR FAILS, ' For years we have boon uelng Chamber. lein's Cough Remedy," says Mr. Herbert H. Woodhead, Wontworth, NS.,W. " Wn have six hbildron and never uee anything els for the treoatmnt of coughse, colde and bronohlal oomplIAnt, I confidently reoom. mend Chamborlain'm Cough Remedy to everyone, more espoolally to parente, who like myself have young ohildren's health to sagqnard. It never falls to give relief In all laes,." Sold by sll itorekespers T'WO DOSES GIVE HELIEF, "I am euhjeot to bowel troubloe whilh oauao pain and inoonvenlenio," writes Mr, Alfred Wano, 185 Auburn Rd., Auburn, Vio, "but two dosee of Chamberlaiu's Collo and Iliarrhooa Remedy give immediate rolloef, am pleasoed to know there to suoh a safe and oortain remedy as Chamberlain's Collo and Diarrhoea Remedy and always keep a bottle handy," Q!ld by ill storekeepers, W IUOOPING COUMt, "My little boy had whoopiung ough vary hadly, eave M re. A. Ii uneroon, 'The Pi?ople's Store, 47 EIgelt Rd,, Morninglon, N,'. "...

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