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THE STATE AND THE FARMER. HANDLING OF WHEAT. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

THE STATE AND THE FARMER, HANDLING OF WHEAT, [CoNTn wuslu .I Most people realise in a general way that to at least throe States, Victoria, New South Wales, and South Australia, wheat growing is a vitally important matter, Comparatively few, however, have gone at all carefully into the figures, or know how much the cost of marketing off ots, and must affect, the area under cultivation, According to the report of the Royal Commission which considered the question, the price of wheat has, durin, the last ten years, varied from 2/9 to 4/2 per bushel. When the latter pie, is paid, the farmer can afford to pay for brge and for out of date methods of handling, but, when the lower priol, rules, the oOst of marketing under utterly oub.of.date methods is ruinous,. The report of the Royal Commission says bhat the coat of bags is from six poence to sevenponce, that the cost of haIndling them is abig item, and that the usual method of weighing them is quite ttrueisfactory, It adds, what all who ...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DATES OF COURTS. FOR YEAR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

DATES OF COURTS. FOR YEAR 1914, The following are tlio fixture for tbhe holling of oourts at St. Arnaud during 1914: SUPRnIME CounT, Tuesday, 12th May, Tuesday, 10th November, COUNTY COURT AND OENIVIAL SE5e8IONS, Wednesday, 18th February, Tuesday, 21st April, Thursday, 13th August, Tuesday, 13rb Ootober, Wednesday, 9,h Deoember, Orimlual-Dally, Civil and Lloeoning--The Polioo Magistrate will sib on alternate Frel days, commenclng from 9/1/14, Olvil businese will be conducted in the other week on TUouday,

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

SPORTING NOTES, -4-- ORICKET. The premiership compotitionb were continued in the metropolis on 8rtur. day, Reeaulto:-St. Kild 7 for 246 v Oollinawood, to bat ; E; iit Molbournoe 8 for 234 (Bitz 104) v Prahran, to bab; Northooto 151 v Mlhourno 1 for 81; Oirlton 6 for 216 (Oohen 110) V Norl Melbourne, to bt ; Fitiaroy 9 for 203 v Richmond, to bt ; 1Csendun 71 v South Melbourne 6 for 216, New South Wales put up a big noore in th?ir first inninga in the inter state mtoch againat Victoria, The total was 675, Macartnoy compiling 201 and Kelloway 138.

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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ATHLETICS. AUSTRALASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

ATHLETICOI. AUSTRALASIAN OHAMPION. SHIPS, A merlee of oornpetitioze for Auetra" helein etbotlO obamnpianabiio woe hi Id in Molbourno on Irurday. Rtaaeuh :;-100 Yarde 1?ootRan.-Q, L. Parker (U SA ); timo, 10 1 btbub One Mile Walkr,-A W. Piokard (N S.W,) ; time, 6 min, 64 41 5irth urci, 880 Yurde Footrnoer-R IL, Wateon (Viao); timP, 1 mn, wi nOe, H' Ib J utup,-L, H. K ly ('PTo,), 6fo, 01" in., Putting tho Weigh, (7f,"oiroIe)._-- 1 R. Oaughby (U S8A)); diutanoo, 431c.

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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MERBEIN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

MERBEIN RAGES. The Merbpin annual races piased off uaooPBefully on Monday Re~ulth : fHurdlea,--Merliloo, 1 ; 'ouhar, 2; Arm, 3, Botting : 3 to 1 agianst the winner. Trial Stakeo.-Paliugowah, 1; Lbet Dream, 2 ; Kipana, 3. Botting: 4 to 1 againat thi winner Meorbein Hndio'p. - Warain, 1 ; Loft BAbind, 2 ; Ouryo, 3, Botting : Evens the winner. Flying Handiop.-Meadowbank, 1; Blenalbyn, 2; True nGrt, 3, Botting 5 to 2 the winner. j1ck lace,-Tho Huon, 1, Betting: 10 to 1 the winner, Oonsolation Stakes-IRippling Avon, Bettiog: 5 to 1 on tih winner,

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ST. ARNAUD TURF CLUB. SUMMER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

ST, ARNAUD TUHF OLUB, BUMMlJIt M,,l .TIN... Very oomplete arralgutloenlu for tih annual nmeohing to I, hold to-day l?hºa booeni ado, 'T?ho uomitniltteo lN to bh oUr., miended o(n in lreroaru tlhe atl?lul? by hai extra £50 over the oorreutlpondig Iut eic last year, A oold outr y Ihu beau rtuulv(l reprouutht i g u)tnlo fino (luality in hobu , le-oh, and It i?n h(oped that tIowou!(,oplu and fartuortl alihk will attend and enutule Uao the colub in itt ulndouvour to give gouid otake? and tlhereby en)ure O laightl (ol,?? A utart will be tlade at I, anld thu Iou(w ootldng oraoe will be otartld Jpuniiually to thou, A now ota?i llg Uatoe, patottud by Mr. Joo Avery, of lidtligo, will bh In uao for the itiNt tLou i ono th1 a ouur?j, Given fine weathor a bumpeor attelrduoi should be prouent to v!ow the r~olng,

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

AN''IOCIPATIONS, Earna Iara Hlalndiojp, 6 fur,-Valwlok or IMlorrie Park 1, Queen Elizibeth 2, Mnwor 1 Ilurdid 1C60o, 2 mllee,-Rogue Harem I, Timid Bill 2, Orosolono 3 'Trial IdI diuap.-.Pine Hill or Diamond liiicilot I, Drox 2, Hlarvest Boy 3. Ht, A'i:iu]a IJtidicap.--Maxwelton 1, Winoliowe 2, Iirookong 3. Elyiu IHandicap. --Valwlok 1, Pine lill or Diamiond Braoelet 2, Marylebong WVlter )Iandiuep, -Qaoon Elizabeth 1, I'Iorria IPark 2, Dr'x 3,

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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NEW POSTAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

NEW POSTAL RATES, The now postal rates, Inoluding penny postage on lotters, came into fores on the e1t of May, Tho reduoud rates are as follow : THROUGHOUT COMMONWEALTHI AND PAPUA, Letters, Id per j on, Letter cards, single, Id eosh, Do,, reply, 1d oeah half. Post cards, single, Id each, Do,, reply, Id each half. Printed papers, O?d per 2 on, Books, printed--outildo Australia, Ohd per 4oz, ; in Australia, Old per 8 oz, Magazines-Printed in Australia, od per 8 on, ; printed outside Australia, 0Od per 4 on. "Hsnsard," Old per 12 o., Commorcial papers, patterns, sample, and morehandiso, Id per 2 oz, OVERSEA DOMINIONS, Letters from the Commonwealth to thoe United Kingdom, oversea dominions, British colonies and proteotorates, exeopt the Now Hebrides, Id per J oz, NEW ZEALAND AND THE IBLANDS 'lhe rates to Now Zealand, r'tji and British Solomon Islands are: Letters, 1d j o., Post cards, single, ld, Do,, reply, Id each half. Letter cards, single, ld. Do,, reply, Id each half. Magazines, ld...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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TRAVEL TIPS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

TRAV?L TWIP. By W. Pott Illdge. The habit of travelling is with lianyl but a sign of thile pousoselun of Ovcr. strained nerves. Pelopl whio tnll ot remain in one chair for five ilninu te at a time, or who In talklnG to yo(y, re.arrallgo yotlr Leektieo, a'i gelicrally folk I, Whosu cony c.rlation I the Cl i, tolines c(nle; " inu lt g1ot atbrotal this year whatever happensl." Also, there are tile peo,hle who dti, sire to put a coisuiderablo disttunt' between tihioi?dolves and their )busHl Inos worries; also tilt) people who, having no tI roubles, journey in the hope of finding ioniu; also-to corn. Plote the list--those who wish to see thl world, and convert a more nalae on a map into a tangilblo thing to be rucorded In the omemol'ry, A prejudice on the Ipart of railway and steamboat colpl)aies in favor of a system of cash playment dltcouragos sosm3 who would otherwise be willing to embark upon colilihid rablh journeys, and to these 1 venturo to recommend the purchase of a utcond-hand ...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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ST ARNAUD PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

ST' ARNAUI) PBODUUE MARHKT, H., 'T, ISdwarde reports ;- Wheat, 3/2k to 3I3, Oat/e/, Pelts, 3id to 4d per lb lauihs, to ld per lb, I rabbit, 8d { hides, 4d to 6;d, Bl~ALII3A STOCK SALE, Meacre, l'hos, orrow and Co, report having hold their monthly stook sale at Blaliba onl the 20th lint,, when they yarded 1,040 store shel p, 21 tat sheep, 5 head of iattle, aid I head a ore oattle, There was ra average attendance of buyers, and good fieshi onditionedl sheep sold at full market rates, Store oattle were negleoted, We sol at the l followiug qotatilon ;--le t oom. back ewes, rather thlii, 10/31 I and 6 year old mierino ewes, 10/1 1 aged m ewes, l1/, 7/i to 10/; bredl wovancr, 10/0 I comeback wanoure, Il/ l woolly lambe, 8/ to Dl6 I fa iorino wet llere, 161/ lt vealers, £4/16 I lat cows, £5/10, We sold for the followlog vendolei--.lecna Alex, Cameron, D, A, C(,iterol, Jio, Prlootor, M'CGlelland and BooU, Hi, Bpe1dding, WV, Whitney, A. Hill and T, E, lur tilt,

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TRAIN SERVICE. ST. ARNAUD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

TRAIN SERVIOE. ST. ARNAUD TO MELBOURNE, Leaves 1.36 am. daily, arrives 3.55 p.m. Fasb train loaves 4.4 p.m. daily, arrives at 9,59 p.m. on Mnndays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and at 10,55 p.m on Tuesdayo, Thursdays and Saturday.o, MELBOURNE TO ST. ARNAUD. Leaves 0,40 a,nm, daily, arrives at 3,22 p.m. Fast train leoaves ,1 p.m., daIly, arrives at 11,17 p.m. MOTOR TRAIN, Loaves Maryborough daily at 8.40 a.m. arriving at St, Arnaud at 10.36 a,t, Leaves St. Arnaud on return at 12.15 p.m. daily for Maryborough, arriving at 2.17 p.m.

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PRODUCE MARKETS. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

P'RODUCII MARKETIP, Melbourne, Friday, Sheepsklnol--Avorage supplioes were aglai submitted at auotion this week, The market for fine oriebred and croseebred pelte ruled dI to Il per lb. better, other claseers howl, ing no alo?ration, ilideu -Good catalogues were ofiored at this week's sales, Buyers' were in full attendano, and the market ruled very firm, All weights were sold In setllera' favor, 'Tallow,.-The offerings at Weduetday'e suction were large, and buyers wore fully ropresented, The market agaio showed weakness, and all good classes doe olued 6/ per toti, whilst badly rendered Ilore were dtliltoni to dispose of, Furred skins, et,,--Sinmall catologutu were again offered at Monday's auction, Comipotition was very dull, and the market for mixed classes of rabbit ekina further declined id to Id perlb, Ihallarat, Saturday, A ?odtorate amtount of bLusinos was done during the woeek lal form produce, Mill produce wia in good demand, especially bran, Not miany new oata coming to han...

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CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GUDLINESS, A olean body induces a olean mind, A Olean hotly is attained by the uie of water and a good soap, The only question Is, " What Soap ' E exona Soap is the best soap. Ie mnanutao ure is the tmost modern and rho mnose eoientitio, It oombines the qualities of the beet germ. destroying powers with the most dlanty odor and appoarauoo, Rexona Stin and L1aolal Soap Is the only modloated soap wbioh is pleasing as a general oilet soap, A dally bath with water and Rexona aoap makes the user clean, He is not only free from dirt, but from disease germs, His clean and healthy skin eneuree a healthy body, Cleanliness of mind should follow. 8o use otexona Soap in your daily bath, lie oleoan and keep olean, Rexona Soap King of all Soape, 1/ per Tablet, Obtainable at II, T. Edwards,

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Separator milk for calves. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

Separator milk for calves. In view of the number of questions received from time to time on the food. ing of oalves on separated milk, the following notes on this important sub ject by Professor T, L. iHaecker, of the Minnesota Agricultural College, may prove interesting, Profossor tlaeoker points out that he has made 'alf-roaring his business for over twenty years, and during the last fif: teen years has placed his chief reliance on skim milk, For growing calves he considers separator milk at least equal to whole milk though calves will not lay on so muche fat as they will when whole milk is fed; but they will nmako as good growth, and be as thrifty on kdim milk. There is nothingl in butter fat that a calf can use in buildiing body tissue. Butter-fat can be converted into body heat and body fat and nutri meont for this purpose can be supplied more cheaply with flax meal, which contains 90 to 85 per cent, oil. His.,system of fooding is very uni form. When the calf is dropped he lots...

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The Electric Age. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

The Electric Age. No ono knows what electricity iý, bu everyone knows the groat service rendered by it to maukind. An article by Dr. J. Siegol, in tho 'Scientifi American,' 'oxatniiics in detail its sor vices to each branch of industry, sci eice, and art. Flamiliarity lire·oda co?n tempit, but no degreoo of familiriaty t( which it may attain will aullico to bree~ contempt iin this particular caso. 'Ihi intimacy of use is ldue very largoly t: the discovery of effective, inexpelnsivo and convenient motors talit imay he rue by electricity, and of similarly offoctiv, methods of generating just the kind o1 clcotricity that will run them, Add t: this the uso of its powor of heating resistant mnatrials, which gives us Dce. tric light and heat, and its ability to travel for long distances either by conduction or radiation, which gives us the various tolegraphio and tolo. phonio systems, and the talo is brief. ty told.

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

D?R?1BOnu N0ot0io0. VICTORIAN Producers' Co Operative Co. Ltd. Re?d Offloe-405 ColIlu.aBt., Melbourne. Grain Shod-Wdilll aotown. Wool, Hido, and Shin Stores, DAIRY PRODUOE. Stook alesa-Molbourno, iloudigo, Sun. bury and Nagamblo, Land, Eutate, and Insuranoe Agente. SBags, Manures, Oils, Twine, Gro" ceries, Tea, &c. ENQUIRIES INVITED. P.&0 ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS LEAVE MELBOURNE EVERY ALTERNATE WEFK FOP MARSEILLES & LONDON CallI ?g at Adelaide, Fremantle, Colombo, Aden, Port Said, Gibraltar, Plymouth en route With permimcin to call at Brindisi FIRST and SECOND Saloon only Return Ticket to Europe available for Two ,Yearr RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY To FREMANTLE Sintl £7 10,. to £9 10s. Return £11 10t, to £14 5. To COLOMBO Sigle £27 10. to £34 2, Return £40 14. to £50 12s, To BOMBAY and CALCUTTA Sinl< £29 14%, to £37 8., Return £44 to £56 2s, To MARSEILLES Sinaie £39 12, to £78 2., Return £66 to £116 12,. To LONDON Sinile £41 16i. to £82 10,, Return £69 61, to...

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Science and Electricity [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

Science and Electricity 'Loss striking," continues Dr, Sic. gol, "'though of no smaller ilmlportance, is the function of electricity int the roalm of scioeco, Apart from its own intrinsic interest as a sepalrato brano!l of science, it haL stimulated and d led t successful work its oldr1 sister sciUalces expaqnding the realm of chemistry an, phyascs, oUI(lowing them with not moans of observation and more oflici oat arms, and thus preparing eow an important results, Thus, for iustanuc the discovery of olectro-nutgnoti waves ,1a. resulted in the dovelopmon', of wirdelss t legraphy; then we hav such s"'ciul iranehes of eleotro-ohemi., try, tl:, dot riuinatioil of high spece, anld hig ', ;:nporaturls, etc. E!lectrici ty has iurnished the umathonmaticia with now problems and(1 the lawyer wit. new tasks. Electricity has not onl; iupplied medical men1 with n1w limin of diagniosis (X-rays, etc ), but lha lone (lrect service ill the cure or re jief of many complaints. Whore over electricity h...

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WOOL SALES. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

WO)OL 4ALlSl, hitelhoiiie1 T u(day, 'Chlu seine wo~rd Uotltititd in Meulbourne oil hi nday, comlptition hoing very D!tive, l'rifr' wore t per ucent, hotter than the dlouiig rartes of liet year. Looduti, J ou, 1, At theH wool bales o Umpll()tlon tens iB ULiis roth oen the part of the ht11)) and foreign hour. All puttee worn fully ulentalu'd. Ludodu, Uu,, 21b i'he ialo have OlIlloi with p boaaa t 'Jot htig~e, point of the eecivee Itilut Ijie ilt Out has i ivon i') eulipport. Ihito has b)ta )~at luºg \'i L khite and Antouroon 11Itiettll for goodtl ehlufty valey-oure l' boos leo gent., anti urownhrule , to 74 pew unit,, the tiiiiit edvatiuin2 1 0 11Cr or en, foodtirell Woolf wore eonhanged SIpe, wbhih bore Ifior, doliwed jdl por lb. In View of t hel Irelativuly low level of valtio fur t100 mll e Yarnou, the hoed demanad fit wool has a ll iil I lie itf id8110, 'Thu hroliery ndludtry, however, Iw ver proelorous, while interio flatice olae hi etrolbl dlomandtu. A largo eple~it ion in etile...

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COMMERCIAL. MERCURY Office, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

OOMMEIROIAL' MEl outiw Office, TueedaV evening, 'HOLi-AILE, I IRTAIL, (Flour, £8J/1/U Flour, 100 lb, bag 1416 CvhU , £3 Chall, 41 F[resh ilutter, dalryj Fresh butter, 94 9d; Ifaotory, Ilid Faornry, 1/2 Eg?;e, h I ,ggs, 71 llaoon, 1/1 Bacon, 1/2 (heooe, 81i Oheose, 10d Pollard, £4/15 per ton Pollard, 1/8 lBran, £4/10 perot ton Bran, 1/2 Potatoes, 4/6 Potatoes, l/ per qr

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MINING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 January 1914

MINING ITEMS, A tallinga heap at Burke's Flat was pOr, chased about two yoara ago by a party of Melbourne genttltemeno and ean expenalve plallt rooted, but the tallinge were fouud too cOmpleit to treat by the cyanlide I)proc'es, Mr, W, Agahao, the expert engaged, has been ox' perimeuthig atid has succeeedod In die. covering a wtuccerful method oftrealtment, Arrangentetua were made to palent the solution, which on a bulk test secured an overageo etiraelion of 83 per cent, of the total gold contents. The cost of the ohotmicalt nurd worked out at lees than id, per tol, It ill stated that a company ll being formed to take over the Viotorian rights of Agahau's patent and U(rter'u pittott gold savnlg machine, which, cor. bited, it la claimed, can handle alum or auid at a coat of less than 1/6 per ton, Inlluding ohemicals and labour,

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