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LIVE STOCK MARKETS. St. Arnaud, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 31 January 1914
LIVE 8TOOK MARIlETH. t, Aruaud, 'Thursday, Mlessrs (0. M'IKechnio and Co. report- . The total yardings were 715 store sheep, 39 fat sheeoop and lambs, and 17 cattle, liho attendance was below the avorage and the few store sheop yarded were principally 5 and 6 yr old ni owes, joined with Lin, rams. Fat sheep and lambs were also poorly replresented, and very fow sales elffectod in store and fats owing to owners' reserves not being reached, Cattle.- I he cattle penned were nice quality, and made full rates, M lambs, in wool, low condition, 9/3; 5 and 6 yr old in owes, fair condition, 8/9 to 10/7; 41 and 5 yr old x do, 12/5 ; fat I ewes, 14/1; do lambs, in wool, 11/10; prime cows and heifers, from £6/12/6 to £8/10 ; others, from £4/17/6 ; good light weight buloclks, £6/2; vealers, 56/ ; nilch cows, £l/15B to £5/10, We yarded 188 store sheep, 37 fat sheep and lambs, and 17 cattle, and sold at quotations 95 store sheep, 5 fat sheep and lanibs, 14 cattle, as follows :---47 n weaners ; 18 m...
COMMERCIAL. MERCURY Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 31 January 1914
OOMMEB11OIAL' M CnouRY Offioo, Friday cvnvning W11OLE9SALU, RWtitAIL. LcIour, £8/7/8 IPIour, Ibu ii,, hag 14/f8 'hatl, £3 Cha l, 4) +'urooh Buttet, dairy, Fresh butter, ld 8d ; 1 aobory, 1l1d liaotory, 1/2 Figgo, 0(1 t gga, 71 8aoorn, 1/1 Beooz, 1/2 (Jh(oos, 8d Cheese, lOd IPollard, £4/15 per ton Pollard, 1/3 Iran, £4/10 perton Brau, 1/2 Pototoee, 4/ Potatoes, 1/6 per qr y'1 ARNAUD PRO1)UUIl MA i i ) H1, T, Edwards reportss - Whohai, 3/26 to 3)3, Oate, 1/6, Pelts, 3'4 to 4d per lb lanbHo, to Od per lb. rabbit, Od hides, 4a to 6jd,
WOOL SALES. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 31 January 1914
WOOL BALEA, Melbourne, Weduelday, 'The wool mlarket in Melbourne on Tl'us day shiowed areat etronrth, with very keen competition fromn all seeoione of the trade Good iterluoes, ootnebok antd orouibreds, whlo!h oldl In sellers' favor the previous week, were 11 per cent, higher tihan olosing talee of Decemsnber, Melbourne, Thursday, The eales wore well attended ou 'weduee. day and prices were firm at late ratces, The tote diep red of ino'udd RR over N (R, Raeburn, Navarre), F' lld. Ouelong, l'riday, There was good competition at the Geelong wool taloe on Thursday, prices being in bcord with those of tlhe ourrent w.,ek, AmnorgSt the sales were IlK over Norfolk (Ii, Kuighre, St. Aruaud), ohk ltd ; (J over Redhank (0, Johns n, Rodibank), lseI W Ili ; PP over R (W, Peacook, Redbanuk), nece ll.1,
PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 31 January 1914
1'PROPER'I Y SALES, leisrre, 0. &1'Kcchule aul Uo, report rIlIto by iiivato contraOt to Mr, A, 8miuile, of hlMruoo, et a atietcotory price, Mr. Janica lhyer'e farm at NitIoholle [fill, coutainimg 410 aorea 3 rooda 37 paroheo freehold,
The Very Latest. Melbourne, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 31 January 1914
The Very Latest. Melbourne, Friday Evening. Whetf,--Market steady, with no lonal aotivOly Ten thousand bage have been sold for February delivety at 3/01 alongaide, For April.June the quotalttn is 3/8, Flnur, £8/10. Ont,, 1/01 to 1/10. Chaff, £3/10. Fliy, £5110. P'ottos, £3/10 to £4. Onions, £5110 to £0. The Railway D.ptrtment proposee to spend £70 000 in laying heavier rails on various onuntry lines, Mr. Glyun, Minieter for External Affaire, states no aotiou will be taken it thie etrikero deported from South 'Afrioa oomn to Aun. tralie, George Barlow and James Peters have boen oommitted for trial at the City Court, oharged with oonspiriog to defraud country produoers by obtaining consiglmeout of produoo which were patd for by valueless chrques. Eaoh was allowed bail in one suruty of £200. William M'Cann, aged 44, was found dead in a bath room at Swan Hill with his throat out, The total Commonwealth itmporle lat year was £70,711.000, compared wttr £78,158,000 the previous year, The e...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 31 January 1914
LOOAL AND GENERAL The monthly meeting of the Kara Kara Shire Council will be held on Thursday next, The Borough Council publishes a notice in this issu cooncerning the ambulanoe oar services and oharges, Trega, drapers, advertise that they are holding a clearing sale of summer drapory for one month only, Blaoklish weighing un to six pounds are being oiught in the Tarwin, Tangil and Latrobe rivers in Gippelaod. Mr. Hotton, of the Mrlb'urno IIgh School, has been appointed permanent aloyd and drawing master at the St, Arnaud Higher Elementary School, The publioan'e booth for the Charlton races was purchased at naution on Wedness d,ty by Mr. W. Steward, of the Manchester Arms Hotel, for £30, Alternate tenders are invited foe the ercotion of a weatherboard Mechianioa' lutitute, at Coononoer lrirgs, Planu, et,, msy he seen at the M eRoiny Office. Misse Luci Strain, reglstered teacher, announces that she will resumeo tuition In drawing and oil painting at the St. Arnaud Mechanio' Hall on t...
SPORTING NOTES. RIFLE SHOOTING. RANGERS' RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 31 January 1914
SPORTING NOTES. ,-4---- RIFLE SHOOTING. RANGERS' RIFILE CLUB, On Wedneoday last a compotition took placo for a trophy kindly prF. ponted by Mr. Halfhide. The weather wae moot untfvorable for high ooorin, Lieutenant H. Young oameo outb Ih winner, The conditiono were---14 ?hoto at 600 yards, Rooulto: Scor? Hep, T'l, Lieut. II, Young ,, 64 1 65 Pro, ,U Crone .,. 57 6 63 Pee, W, Golding .,, 56 5 61 Pte, ,. Michael ,,. 44 17 61 L,.OpI, Dalgleioh ,., 48 8 66 L,.Opl, Holmes ,,. 45 10 55 Ple. Kelly ,,, 27 15 42 Sg., Obuadlor ,,, 23 16 39
LORD NELSON G.M CO. MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 31 January 1914
LORD NELBON QVM 00. -4- MEETING 01? SfIARELOLDERIS. Melbourne, Thursday. The ordinary general meeting of the Lord Nelson Gold Mining Oompany was hid this afternoon at the regiu. tered oflioo in Queen Streot, Mr, O. "ort Smith presided, The notion calling the meeting, and ihe reports, wpre read by the legal manager. The latter wore as follow : DIREO(TORA' RElPORT. Operations for the six months under review show a loss of £669/8/I, The doetlle of the work aooomplished are fully set out in Ihe acoomp nyine report of the mine manager, Mr. W. J. Nicol. Your directors submit for your con. sideration copy of a report made by your mine manager on the question of sinking the main shaft, If this work is to be done at all It should be commenced at onooe, as developments are not more thlan twelve nmonth ahead of present stoping opera tions. Thei subjeot, whloh is one of groat importance to the company, will come up for eontidoration at the half yearly inmer. ing, but in view of the report of yo...
BOROUGH WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 31 January 1914
BOROUGH WATER TRUST. The hoordinary moeting of the St. Arnaud lorough Waterworks Trust was hold on TI?esday night, when there were present --oome, Grigg (ohairman), Manallaok, SloanO, Rowe, M'Glashan, Cson, Corhbet, M'Ghlahan, jin., M'Kechnio and Reed, CORIRESPONDENCE,. From alx ratepayors, applying that the water main be extended down the Chariton road as for an Mrs. Komm'a rel. denoe,--Referred to engineer for report, From IH Fienley, requeating that water be laid on to promises at Burneide road, -Referred to engineer for report. From the State Rivers and Water Supply Oommleolon, asking to be for. nished with a copy of oaretaker's returns giving dates, rainfall, gauge staff readings, eto., at Mt. Teddinhcton a orage from 1st January, 1909, to 31st December, 1913; aloe slmilar information for railway dam, St, Arnand, from 1/1/04 to 31/12/13 1-To be attended to, From the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works, forwarding copies of Board's regulations with regard to dealing with w...
ST. ARNAUD POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 30TH JANUARY. [Before Messrs. W. L. Marrison and W. J. Rowe, J's.P.] ALLEGED FALSE REPRESENTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 31 January 1914
ST. ARNAUD POLICEM COURT. ------ - FRIDAY, 30T?I JANUARY, [Bofore Mesrse. W, L. Marrieon and W, J, Rowe, J'a.,,] ALLEGED FALSE II REPIREEflNTATIONS, A young man of respoolablo app arance named Edward Murphy was oharged with having obtained £7, by Imoans of false verbal representatlons, from Mrs 0. O. Pennlugtou, licensee of the St. Arnaud Hotel - Mr Mitchell appeared for accooed, who pleaded not gulltty,-Sergeant O?lrion applied for a remand for a weak as the polioo were not prepared to go on, Accused had only been arrested on Thursday night at half-pant 10 o'clook. There had therefore been no tim. to prepare the ease Further, an impr)rtnt witnoes wi?s out of town and would not be home until evonlug,-Mr. Mitchedi opposed the app'ioanion for a remand, on the ground that it would be unfair to detain aocueed for a week, whloh meant, if he could not obtain ball, that he would have to stay nl gaol.- Sergeant O'Brieq said he would agree to a remand for a shorter period. liowever, he would...
The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 31 January 1914
The Great Montamor Case. By ALICE M1. DIHIIL, Authoress of "Tho Knave of Hearts," OIHAPTER III. England-in all thlo glorious greenery of a sunny May. Tho Grange, as the late General TIalldaro's old-fashioned country house in a homo county was called, was ablaze with early roses which climbed over the wide lattices of the lower storey of the south frontage, to festoon themselves about the white curtained dormer windows of the low coiled bod-chambers. An atmosphere of peace lingered about the squ ar lawns and straight, gravelled walks with their pergolas of thick-foliaged croopers, beyond which was an old, low wall, where a peacock perched and spread his tail in the sun shine, a peahen meekly ambling on the grass at his feet. But within the house, in the old-world boudoir, the room sac red to its mistress, the late General's only dhughter, there was no sign of the restfulness without. A bonatiful woman--dark, statoly- was pacing the floor, watch in hand, with wide shoulders, yet a. sl...
MELBOURNE. PERSONNEL OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 31 January 1914
MIELBOURNE. (NIrom our own Correopondent), PFRlONNEL OF PARLIAMENT, Of a political perconality that does not ba k largely in the puhlio eye, Mr, JaImec George M mbrey in still a come what notable member of the Lhgiola Lure, Notable, that io, for the work he does in connection with the various committoees and ComomiFoione to which during a eeosion he it appointed, and for tlih close attention he gives to the requirementu of his constituento. Inloidontally, it may be mentioeod that the worthy reprcoentalive of Jika Jika was a member of the important E-O. trifioation Oommission, What is Mr, Membrey like physically Well, pic ture to yourself Ia mrn of medium heiuht with fair hushy eyebrowo, over. trobing light eyes, and a full sandy mioulacholi a prominent fatutro in a tanned face, Invariably clad in a suit of gri y, the honourable mnember can be nei? whbn Ihe l )House i oitti ng coming along the lobbies with somewh t bow d head and with that quick, norvous, eager aotion that invartiubl...
LOVER'S ADIEU £150 FOR BREACH OF PROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 31 January 1914
LOVER'S ADIEU £150 FOR IBREACII OF PROMISE. The broach of )romlise of marriage action brought by Miss Ansloy Kate Lane, 28 years of age, a book-keeper, living at South Lambeth road, against Mr Frederick David Simmonm, aged 20, manager of an ironmonger's estab lishment in Seven Sisters road, was concluded yesterday (roports the "Daily Mail" of November 26), The case was heard by Mr Justice Atkin and a com nion jury. 'Th'le courtship, it had been stated by counsel, extended over seven years from May, 1000, to Jaunary, 1913. The pro mise to marry was not denied, but .ho defendant pleaded that it was rescinded by mutual consent, which the plaintiff denied. Miss Lane gave evidence, Sha and defendant for two years saw each other nearly every day, They became en gaged on August 18, 1900, her birthday; the defendant gave her a ring, and the marriage was fixed to take place two years later, Some time after the proposal the defendant said he Sad £200 in the bank; subsequently he bought Consol...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 31 January 1914
WATS 0 NS N10 SUPREME AMONG SCOTCH WHISKIES AGE AND QUAUTY GUARANTEED. dJAIYS, WATSON. & e fL DW V1NE. utfu ar w marran noror /d n4rl~1 0?U I N V N ' 0 P AT 14 °T S Obtairned iu (Jolltoionwialth bad El?s wheiro for [nlli'ovd o tl I hkodl f? All1l1, tnllceiL, 't'oolo, tio,, of atnyL datlcillitlol. Full llforllltuion. ('otiot, oto,, lslit O3 aipllcMtlo i to A. O, 0 B.1AOHd1iM4, O.., AU'1'ILtALIAN WIl)OWU' FIUND IlIIILDIN(tHl, MtLUGUUltNE, An ol ttan liwho had iadel it ga eat deal of money, but who wai\In't very parlicular about his ltibli? or conduct. lived it Chicago, Hlls cutltow was? to go o dowii to;w about once ia mouth oi a lpree and lthe co0me back and hlet his Ioiiily and break uDp lth furuiture. Ilt, cged wv- who had etood hit for iniiiny yotai, ,twil: blind. Flniizliy ha died, andt hle childreit nia hnilni a thie tfuncralu They had plenty of monicy now that tho old ltau. wil deal. and ro they spread theisielvc.' At the chuili tlhere wai noi etlllblorat i'erenily, 'Th...
THE PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 31 January 1914
THE PREMIERS' CONFERENCE, CONSIDERABLE interest will be taken in the approaching Premiers' Confer- ence, if only for the reason that it is two years since the chief Ministers of the State met in consultation. During that period quite a number of matters that require discussion have accumu- lated, The more urgent questions that have cropped up have been dealt with by correspondence or by interviews between two or more of the Premiers, but there are always a number of vital issues that cannot be treated in this way. Another factor that makes it desirable that a meeting sbould be held early this year is the circumstance that a Liberal Government is now in power in the Commonwealth. For three years the Federation was under the &nbsp; domination of the Labor caucus. During that time there was a display of antagonism to the States. These were ignored in every possible way, in accordance with the declared policy of the Labor party in favor of a scheme of unification in place of the...
THE DYSPEPTIC'S HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 February 1914
THE DYSPEPTIC'S HANDICAP. The dyepeppti Is soroly handicapp'd in this life, If hu is a man he can't keep pace with his f lows beeauoo of the weikiness, 'he drpreeeion, and the suff ring that indi. gesti-n inevitably brings in its train, If a woman, she ofron findls it impossible to carry out the daily hourshold tleks, or meet the demanda of a buinnes occupation o ,usne headachoe, distresoing bilious attacks, palpi. ration, and Sloeplessness are spoiling her life 'his stroruoua age wants men and women of strong fibre, boundless energy, and great oheerinlnes, hut the dyspeptio is nit montet 'he number. How can he expect to b7 ? How can he hope to gut through the day's work speedlly and ettioiently if his mind is clouded and his system ohl gRed ti h the poisonous products of innuigestiot How on any man, or woman either, work well and oheerfully, when theb well*ppring of good health and strengtt --the stomach, onvr and bowels-are disorganlise and weakened? It can't he done, The effeotiv...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 February 1914
Of all soience has done in the mu?'ch of progr.es during the pt!'at Oentury, ptrhaps nothing is mtre marke thean tht in the farming oommunitry. The old liayseed, as he was term d 50 years ago, with his Oingle furrow plough, ao?olering the seetd with his bands, reaping the harvest with his seythe and going to town on market day in is i drny, is a different man to the farmer of to.day with his six or eight lurrow plongh, his sned drill, his harvester, and his oil engine, going to town on market day in his motor ear. Anti his mode of living is dtfftont. Fromn the old slab hut he hae got to the emall mansion, with water supply throughout from the windmill, gas from the oaes air plant, and when he wants his plotures framed, his house decorated, or his walls papered, nothin but an up.to.dale merchant euioh as A. E. H, Preece, will satisfy him, whore he can get the very latest imported direct trom the minufacturers,-I Ap?. JUST WHAT YOU NEItD. "Lexo.touio Pills osn be taken at all tihew an...
ST. ARNAUD POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JAN. 31. [Before His Worship the Mayor (Cr. W. J. Rowe) and Mr. H. T. Edwards, J's.P] MORE JUSTICES REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 February 1914
ST. ARNAUD POLICE OOURT. --- -® SATURDAY, JAN. 31. [Before His Worship the Mayor (Or. W. J. ,Rowe) and Mr. I1. T. Edwards, J'e,P ] MOOE JU$TICE 8 REQUItKED. Bafore the buasinee of the Court was proceeded with, the Mayor referred to the great dattiulty exporienotad in St, Arnaud In getting magistrates to attend the court, Further, the holdlog of a court on Situr day was very awkward for mlagistrates, who had important entgagements on that day which required their attoedateo at their business establishtnents, lHe thought It was high time steps were taken to h ave additional matgitrates appointed,-Mr Dunkley, on behalf of the bhr, endo sed the remarks of the Mayor, and added that the bulk of the wok so far am the magls tratea were concerned fell on the few. No harm oould be done by the appointment of two or three more maalistrates, ALLEGED IMPOSITION. A young titan named E lward Murphy, on rematd from the previous day, wa? charged with obtaining the sum of £7 from the lioansee of the S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 February 1914
8tooial Advortisomonts SALE OF SALES! i.e. N. J. A. hREED'S GREAT CLEARAINCE SALE STARTS TO"MORROW. Bargaine in Dreaas Materials, which Mioa Tonkin will make up ab prtcial ratoes, Trimmed Millinery going for a song. Ooutomoen, Blooaem, Duaetoate0 *lwoes given away, A Joh Lob of Torchon Laces, Embroideries, at " walk. out" pricees. The BARGAINS all round will be exceptional. It will pay you to get in early. Write for catalogue, N. J. A. REED, The Block, St. Arnaud. GOT VERY WEIAR. "bMy boy Jack was very bad with - l)irrhoea " writes Mrs. M., Lee, Forber, NS,,W. " For quite a fortnight he was ill and got very weak, My husband bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Clio and Diarrhoea Remedy and to our surprise one dose com. pletely relieved him." Sold by all store* keepors. D _________________( tit SITUATIONS VACANT, at -ANTED -Smarl Errand Boy, one o, desirouse f learning business pre. M terted, Apply N J. A. Rlx?, Draper. ft of AMUSKMENTL ut JOYLAND. a THE HOME OF MOVING PIOTURES. Every Mo...