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OTHER PLACES CONNECTED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 February 1914
OTHER PLACES CONNECTED, The looal exohange is conneooated with the following plaooe, tho oharges for couvo eatione being as under; Firest Every sdditional 3 mintoa, 3 minute,s l3oaliba 4d 3d Dunolly .. Od 6d Cope (Cope ,,., 3d 3d Mlaryborough lid .., Od CLriebrook .. 1/ . 9Od Newetead ,U 1 . Od Majoroa ...~ i 9d Bung Bong 1/ . 9d Avooa . I .. 9d Donald ,,, 4d 3d Litohfield ,. Od d . 6d Maeeey ... d Od Watohem 8d .. Od Morton Plaine 1/ 3 Od Birohlp dd Klunabull ,,, . Od Talbot . .. d Clunesa 1 d d Tarnagulla .. d . ad Llanelly ,., id . 8d Noewbridge 1/ .., 9d Inglewood . Od Moolorr ,. 2d 2d Beazloy'e Bridge 2d . 2d Tottington 2d 2d Winjallok . 4d 3d Paradieo .,, 3d d. Navarre .. d .. .5d Landaborough 8d 6d Joel Joel .. 8d . d Stawell . 1 9d Melbourne 1/10 1/4 Ballarat ,., 1/4 ,, G(eelong 1/10
LOCAL TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 February 1914
LOOAL TELEPHONE EX' OHANOE. -4-c--- LIST OF SUB8CRIBIERS. Naed, No. Avery, Mrs. A. F. ... ... 87 Bank of Now South Wales ... 77 Bank of Victoria ... ... 76 Bennett, Dr, J. II, ... ,.. 27 Bell & Lorimer ,, .,,. 14 Blakeley, A. B, ... ... 56 Bloncowe, F. 0. .., ... 66 Bliin, W. R.... ,.. ... 01 Borouch OLfces, Town Hall ... 51 Bray, 0C. ... ... ,,, 64 Bray, Lea. ..., ,, ... 91 Breeno, Miss ,.. ,.. 104 Broadboent Bros, ... ... 4 Cemetery ... ,,, ... 69 Clover, F. P. .,, ., 34 Cockburn, G. A, ,,, ,... 81 Cooper, It. J. ... ... 68 Convent of Mercy ... ... 45 Cougle, A. J. (with extension to private house) ... ... 11 Crone, Jas, .. ,,, , ... 37 Daroy, M .., ..., ... 89 Davison, Rev. J. W. .. ... 67 Davieon, F. E. ... ... 44 Dickinson, , .,,, .,,. 57 Divola, A, ... .., ... 31 Doyle, Rev. G. ... ... 23 Dunkley, H, W, (office) ... 3 Dunkley, H. W. (residence) ,,. 17 Dunlop, Mrs. P, A ... ...,, 97 Edwards, H. T. ,.. ... 6 Edwards, H. T, (private house),., 8 Edwards, Emily ,,. ,,, 35 E...
The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER VI. The Pretender. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 February 1914
The Great Montamor By ALICE M. DIEIIL, :Authoress of "The Knavo of Helarts," CHAPTER VI. The Pretender. The entrance to Riverview, as the villa was called, was in a lane. It was well that there ws a wide car riage-drive and a large stable-yard, for the place was well stocked with motor-cars when Miss Ilalldare had slowly driven in. Arrangoements had been made at the inns for the "put lung up" of the horse vehicles. There was a festive air about the trees and shrubs and house front, electric lights having been festooned about, producing the effect of a shower of fireflies; and as Gwendolen ascended the steps, under an awning, she stop ped short to admire the interior, The hall, ordinarily of a kind which would pass muster as a decently-arranged entranc and escape comlnIlent, was transformed into a bower of pale green silky draperies, festooned with roses. Maids in white and rose color smillngly conducted the ladles to the dining-room, changed into a boudoir, Gwendolen was sincerely p...
DATES OF COURTS. FOR YEAR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 February 1914
DATEhS OF COURTS. tOR, YEAR 1914, The following are the fixturoe for the holding of courts at St. Arnaud during 1914: IUPREMNiuI COUI?T Tuesday, 12th May, Tuesday, 10th November, OOUNTY COUnT ANI GENEISAL SESSIONS, Wednesday, 18fh February. Tuesday, 21st April. Thursday, 13th August, Tuesday, 13th Ootober, Wednesday, 9th Decomber, Oriminal.-Daily, Civil and Licentsiug-The Polioe Magistrato will sio on alternate Fri. days, commonoing from 9/1/14, Civil business will be conducted in the other week on Tuesday. Pleasing & exbilarrqting. lrIutnod and publishod by W'houims Ueorg Lowie and Charles Ferris Lewls,;Ivradbig as eowis Ilreo., ab btie Sb, Ararud Mnnouiy and generarl printing offe, bNaphr tbreet, 8b, Arnaudl, VlobrrrrtrAusvalls )' ALWAYS REL ?LE 1914 OAK L NS ('xTi8 Tho Car withi n a Conscic, ), NOTE IMPR1OVIEMENTS IN NEW 191.1 MODEL, 1. Deloo Eleotrio 8elf4.tartoer and Lilghte, 2. Oar painted all Fracuoh Gray (not a huaeo), 3, Khaki Hood, 4, Overalzo Tyre?. The Oaklands i...
RIFLE SHOOTING. ST. ARNAUD CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 February 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. ST, ARNAUD CLUB, The aggregate for Rowe and Sone trophy (handicap) resulted in a tie between E . S, Wilton and W. Golding, In the shoot off, 14 shots at 700 yards, E. 8, Wilton, 54, scratch, won after an exoiting finishe from W, Golding, 49 (4), 43, by one point, Following are the leading scoreo: 300 600 600 700 TVtl, E. . Wilton,,. 67 70 70 64 271 W. Golding ,,. 70 63 06 70 271 W. J. Wilton 69 G9 00 69 265 O. Olone .., 67 70 70 5t 261 AgFregate for Oapt, G nrgtit's trophy (seratch), 14 shots at 300, 500, 600, 700 yardo, was also won by E. 8, Wilton with a eoore of 252, II, Young 242 being next highest. " Marker," a writer in the "Argue," in dioouseing the BJiley rifle team, anticipates that Mr, 8, M. O'Brien, of Olariton; Mr, W. Sproat, of Donald; and Mr. W. .l, Young, of St. Arnaud, will be amongst country riflemen invited to take part in the " teot" competition for inclusielon in the team.
SHIRE OF KARA KARA. DATES OF COUNCIL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 February 1914
SHIRE OF KARA KARA. 4 DATES OF COUNCIL MEETING The Kara Kara Shire Counoil will meet on the following dateb :- Maroh ... ... ... 12 April .,, ... .. 9 May .,, ,, . ,, 7 June ... ... ... 4 July ... ... ... 2 August ,,, ,,, ,,, 6 September 3.. ... 3 October .,, ... ... 1 Ootober .. ... 29 December .,, ... .3
RACING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 February 1914
RAAINO. Watobstw raceu tonik place on Wed. nraday, Rooultu :-llurdleu.-lflying Don 1, Timid Bill 2, Wootnelang 3. Trial 1Iindionp,-.Lauo Dreaw 1, Mactor Junot 2, Caaret 3, REalway Handioap,-Ohi pobe 1, Douola 2, Ynltr ivera 3, Watobhen Handiap - DrPx 1, Pineo ill 2, Duke 3. Pony Race,-Jewel 1, Blaok Paik 2, Lady Slugjrr 3, haok Ltaoo,.-M,AW, 1, M I, S. 2, Vigloal 3; Plying Nandi. oap,--Yalwlok 1, Duke 2,
RAINFALL. A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 February 1914
RAINFALL. A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. - I 1I0i 10ll 01 12 19131 1914 Jan,. 1'74 '11 .05 '03 047 Fob. ... 00 6573 107 1 07 Maroh 4'42 1'01 '90 2'69 April.. '28 '15 '37 1'60 May .., 3'05 2'05 '26 2'24 Junoe? 2'16 2'74 2'29 1'07 July ,. 3'07 1'45 307 1 01 August 1'82 'iL 1'45 1'60 oSpt,,. 2'85 3'13 4'11 2'10 Oot. ... 1'13 '52 0'44 1,89 Nov .... 109 '00 1'4~ 0.38 De. ,.. '50 1'30 301 002 Tt'l In, 1 23.07 I 19'52 1 1864 1610 I1
KARA KARA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 February 1914
KARA KARA SHIRRlE GOUNOIL. - +-~~-- The ordinary meeting of the Kara Kara a Shire Counoll was held at the Shire Hall on Thursday, there being proaest :-Ore Arbuaklo (president), Reseigh, Smith' Duggan, Pilgrim, -Sturrook, and Bath, COnnlSiPOl)1NiENC From the Lands Department, asking for a report on J. ,, Sandercook's appli. ostion for the sale of I0 acres, St. Ar. naud.-Held over for one month, From the Lands Department, intl. mating that the reservation of 0i Sr 8Yp, In the town of Stuart Mill, as a site for the supply of gravel wan notified in the Government Gazette of 1Sat December,- Received. From the same, stating that it had boon decided to retain the portion of the Stuart Mill and Goldfields Common which is iltuate in the township of Stuart Mill, and abolish the balance thereof,..-Re.' oelveod, From the game, requesting to be sop. plied with a report re propeted reduction I in width of a certain road in the pariah of Swanwator,-Attended to. t From the samo, stating t?at the e...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 February 1914
DEATHS. LOUGHEED-At St. Arnaud on 6th Feb- ruary, Isabella, beloved wife of William J, Lougheed, of Winjallok. The Funeral will leave the residence of Mr. Robt. Eadie, Alma Street, St. Ar- naud, THIS DAY (Saturday) at 4.30 p.m. for the St. Arnaud Cemetery. A, E. H, PREECE Undertaker ('Phone 38). SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914.
WOOL SALES. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 February 1914
WOOL SALES. Melbourne, Wednesday. The sales were well attended in Melbourne, &nbsp; and prices were firm. The sales included :- liar thlrough three oirelee, Irom Stuart Mill, This well-kuown bratnd opened up showing good quality and elsple, a well-growu wool in noo condition, sold at up to I d, for 28 bales iter,, 12 bales E at 12d, ; bar through cirole, tor at 12#d,, X at Il d. ; bar through two circles, tmer 121d. AAll over it, fronm kodbank, MF lid, 61 ibs idJ. Melbottrue, Thursday, The closiang ales for the present eotics took plaeoo in Melbourneu on Wednoesday, Prioes were in accord with late rates, 'lTh lots disposed of included Y over Burn (Jau, Rs?eburn, jun,, Paradise), AMII 124d, AM 12d ; Y in a cieole (Jas, Young, Natto. yallook), let XE Ild, Geelong, Friday. The second series of Victorian sales closed at Geelong on Thursday. Prices in early all instances represented the highest of the series. Amongst the sales were--M'Kechnie (M'Kechnie Bros) 4 2nd com. 11½d.: RR...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 February 1914
Bpool1 AQver1uaomotnt MARTIN P. KELLY'S ANNUAL SUMMER SALE NOW ON And will continue to the end of the month, Discount on all cash purchases. Reductions in all departments Summer Stock must go in order to mako room for new Winter Goode, MILLINERY, COSTUMES, and FANOY GOODS at leno than Melbourne cost prioes, Sample Book to Hand containing all the latest and newoest samples of TWEEDS and OOATINGS. Gents I have no hesitation in leaving your order for Suite, Fit and Style Guaranteed, Prices Modorate. BEST VALUE IN THE DISTRICT ALWAYS OBTAINABLE AT MARTIN P. KELLY, Cash Family Draper, Napier-St IlIarry Up! And take advantage of BAIRD & hOGAN'S Summer Sale. Here are a few lines to command attention-. 34 inch Tuseore Silk, 3/6, 2/11; reduced to 2/11, 2/6 Boya' 3 Piece Tuesorette Suite, sizso 7, , 11, 12, were 12/6, 13/6 ; now, 9/11 Boys' Straw Boatero, sold readily at 4/6; now 2/11 72 inch Striped Verandah Ticking, 2/3 yard 72 inch Duck, with blue stripe, suitable for verandah blin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 February 1914
FOR SAL.K. (OR SALE -Well bred MARE, por. fa, ly quiet ; lady can drive, Apply F. E. WRLnLA, Metlodist Parsonago. AMUSEMENT5, JOYLAND. THE E10ME OF MOVING PICTURES. Every Monday & Wednesday Complete change of programmeo, Adults, 1/; obhildren, 6d, JOYLAND. The Last Days of Pompeii. The World's most colossal cinematograph conception. Pioturesquely abridged from Bulwer Lytton's Masterpiece and profusely Illus trated, Thursday, 12th Feb. You saw Quo Vadis, that surprised you! The Last Days of Pompeii Swill amaze you 1! 1 Admissialon, 2/ and 1/. Booking at Suggett's. Don't miss the chance of a lifetime, SHOWN AT JOYLAND ONLY, TOWN HALL, ST. ARNAUD. Wednesday & Thursday FEB. 18T11, 19Tn, Triumphal re.appearance of the CORRICK ENTERTAINERS. Pronounced better than ever, 9 VERSATILE ARTISTS 9 iHeded by MISS ELSIE OORRICK, Oharmin Lyrlo Soprano, MISS RUBY CORRIOK, Cornet and Mullaphono Soloist, Supported by MR. JAMES CALDWELL, Popular Australian Baritono. MR. CHAS, PIOKETT, R...
PRODUCE MARKETS. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 February 1914
PRODUCEI MARKETP,S Melbourne, Friday, lheepsklns,.-Aversae catalogues were tred this week, Competition was keen, merino, fine crossbred pelte, and spring !:'lbs showing an advance of id to ,d on v values ; all other classes were firm and ''"haged, Our London oflioe advises that he sales held there on the 3rd and 4th ', merinos and oomobacks were 4d per lb, i' er, whilst crosebreds and ooarse croes. 1' were id per lb, higher. Ifdeo,.-Good Iles were submitted at auction this , Kips and good-conditioned lots sold )er lb In selleor' favour, Other weights e no alteration, 'Tallow,-Good oats. "'. were offered at We(ndeday's auctions, are were in full attendance, and theit Set was firm at late rates, Furred Sklns, ' -Small quantities wore offered at Mon. U.auotions, The market, for all olassee 'irm and unchanged, lBallarat, Saturday, lair supply of produce is ooming to hand r,.L!emand for most lines is steady. The 't:ess recently noted in the wheat market E;ae 'ad the effect of advancing t...
ST ARNAUD PRODUCE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 February 1914
ST ARNAUJ PROI)UUI M ARKIC l R, T, E1dwarde reports ;- Whew ', 3/33 to 314, pate, 1/6. Pelte, aid to 4d per Ib ; '"Tfb , to Od per Ib, ; rabbit, (Id; hidee, 4d 5id
COMMERCIAL. MERCURY Office, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 February 1914
COMMEROIAL. MimounT Office, Tuesday evenlng. WHOLiUALM, RAIL. Flour, £8/12/6 i Flour, 16U lb. btg 1i 4/6 Chaff, £3 Chaff, 41 Fresh Butter, dairy, Fresh buther, Od 8d; Ftotory, 1/ FNotnry, 1/2 Eggt 8d Eggs, 91 Baoon, 1/1 Baoon, 1/2 Cheese, 8, OChemeo, lOd Pollard, £4/16 per ton Pollard, 1/3 Bran, £4/10 per ton Bran, 1/2 Potatoes, 41 Potatoes, 1/6 per qr
TALK HEALTH, NOT DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 February 1914
TALK HEALTH, NOT DISWEASE. I lady was complainlng the other day that wherevelr she went dshe heard of nothing but the ills of the flesh. To hear everybody talking about dia ease afnd death instead of about II'e( and health, she found to be extremely depressing. If slhe goes to make a call she in entertained with the tdo tails of sonme operation, recent or re. mote, which the lady of tile house has heard of. It may be the case of a total astranger, yet it is related all theo same. If in the trains, conversation between the oCclcpants of near-by seats falls upon the ears of the un. willing listener. And even In the home nemlbers of the 'amily, with the popular idea that all news is of Inter eat, collme with infoirmation concerning this one or that who is ill, sparing not one jot of the horror which may b.e connected with it, Come to think about it, Isn't there room for reform just here, and is1It not one which is much needed? In the case of any invalid both phy. icelan and nurose reco...
BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 February 1914
BOROUGH OUNOIL. The ordinary meeting of the St. Arnaud Borough Council was hold in the Council Chambers, Town HIall, on Monday evening, there being present: Ore. Rowe (Mayor), Manallak, Sloano, lrig', Corbett, Ml'Glathau, M'Kechnio and Rood. An apology wat received from Or, Straton, who wiat indlsposed. 00i It l8 t' ONDE N ". Front the Publio Works Department, per J%. oPennnllgton, M.L.A,, acknow. ledging receipt of council's application for assistance for urgent works, and Intimating that the application would receive otan. ldoeration at the allocation of th? road and bridges vote, .IRecelved, and a vote of thauks passed to Mr. Pennlington for his aetlon in the matter. Fromu the Treasury, notifying endow. mont amouittlog to £?0 -.Reeoived. Front the Chief Seoretary's olice, to the effeot that the 17tht March, hld boeen proolaimed a public holiday throughout the borough of St. Arnaud.-Received. Frotl F, Stanislaus, offering to continue to hold a small area of land near the rail way ...
MANI [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 February 1914
MANI (By Carollyn Wells). Ho's only a purse to pay her bills Pay for her hats and frocks and rrills; An escort to take her to and fro Whorever she thinks she wants to go To call for her when the bridge gaclte't done; To tynmpathlso \with her grief or fun A something to tell her troubles to, To cheer hot Iup when she thinks she's blue. To take, but never to give advice: To tell her her horrors of hate look ulco, 'ro post her letters and wind the clock; And hook up the back of hor modlsb frock, To stralp her uilt case and litd hter gloves; And listen to tales of her old-tlmo loves, In fact, to do all alto may say or ask; And liho's such a fool that heo loves the task!