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MELBOURNE. PERSONNEL OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 February 1914
N LUOU.INi , ' ti -------- ti (lfrona one own Oortespondent), p MrUSO!NS, O ' rAltlalAMUNTWe ,e After a general leoction the qsestion b is asked in regard to eorbain coniti tuenoies e"Could not stronger men ave been returned " In the minds of the queriobe the interpretation of "atronger" would appear to be men with a more marked presence, posessed of greater individuality, and better capable of witching their audiences with frothy eloquence, or, no it has v frequently beenoontemptuously termed, glib talk, Such critics are either t ignorant of, or ignore, the fact that it is by no means the Goliathe of the publio platform who are the strongoost t eon in the political world, As also , that it Is the so-called strong men ot the Legislative Assembly whio art continually keeping the fire alight under the witchebo' auldron of caballing and intriguing; that it in those strong men who are persistently led on by th germ of ambition and who are con sequently perpetually applying th, brake to ...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 February 1914
LOOAL AND GENERAL, Meners, Thomas Morrow and Co. bold a sale of stock at loealiba on Tuesday next, The secretary of the Angling Club. Mr. H. Barber, during the week landed a 2j lb trout at Teddlngton reservoir, A notice in regard to the regsletration of dogs is published by the S,, Arnaud borough council, The fees mtuet be paid on or before the 16th of March cext. The Rural Dean, Rev, J. W. Davison, left on Monday for Mildura to attend a meeoting of the Rural Deanery. The vicar returns to St. Arnaud on Saturday. The Mhit. 'oddiogton water supply is fast diminishing. Acoording to a report received from the oarotaker, under dnate 7th inst, the depth of water in the reservoir was only Oft lin, The preliminary annual tmeetiig of mnio. bore of the St. Arnaud Agricultural Society takes place at the Town 114l on Thursday, 20 h inet,, at noon, to arrange the business for the annual meeting, Mr. W. J, Bales, baker of Napier.street south, by advertisement in another column thanks the Fire Bri...
SHIRE OF KARA KARA. DATES OF COUNCIL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 February 1914
SHIRE OF KARA KARA, DATES OF OUNOCIL MEETING Tho Kara Kara Shire Council will moet on the following datee : March .,,, ... ... 12 April ... ... ... 9 May ... *,. ,., 7 June ... ... ... 4 July ,,. ... ... 2 Augueb ... .. .. 6 Soptember ... ,,.. 3 Ootober ... .. ... 1 October ... ,.. ... 29 Deofember . ,,, 3
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 February 1914
BILLLIAIW8 . The matoh between T, Newman, of I~olIand (rec. 4,000) and ., Gray, the Australian champion, with Ivory balls, was conoluded on Saturday in London, thn final eoorea heing - Newman, 18,000 ; Gray, 15,164, At the after. nrooooin 1o Friday Gray made a broak of 644, which included 543 off the colored ball, The break oonetitutea a world'a record with Ivory ballo,
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 February 1914
BIRTHS. NORTHBY.-On 71h February, at Mrs. Dunlop's private hospital, St. Arnaud, the wife of Carl Northby, of Gre Gre Village-a daughter. Both doing well. DEATHS. HEWITT,--On 7th inst,, at St, Arnaud, John, beloved eldest son of John and Mary Hewitt, of Gowar East; aged 30 years. R I.P. M'MANUS.-At Slaty Creek, on 9th Feb- ruary, Catherine, relict, of late Francis M'Manus. Aged 84 years. R.I P. The Funeral will leave deceased's late residence, Slaty Creek, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 1 p.m. for St. Arnaud Cemetery. W. L. KELL, (Established 1860) (Phone 43) Undertaker, VALLANCE,--On 9th inst., at St. Arnaud, Catherine, relict of William Vallance; aged 81 years. The Funeral will leave the deceased's late residence, of Stuart Mill Road, TO- DAY (Wednesday), at 4 p.m., for the St. Arnaud Cemetery. W. L. KELL, (Established 1860) ('Phone 43) Undertaker.
OBITUARY. MR. JOHN HEWITT, JUN. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 February 1914
OBITUARY. MR. JOHN HEWITT, JUN. Very much regret was expressed in St. Arnaud and district on Saturday when the sad news was circulated that Mr. John Hewitt, jun., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hewitt, of Gowar East, had died that morning from typhoid fever. Deceased, who was 30 years of age, took ill about three weeks pre- viously, and, although nothing serious was anticipated at that time, typhoid developed. The patient was removed to the St. Arnaud Hospital for treatment, and he was progressing as well as could be expected until Saturday morning at about 6 o'clock, when he took a had turn. His condition was such that his parents were sent for, Mr, King motoring out to Gowar East for them. In the meantime, young Mr,. Hewitt collapsed, and he had breathed his last before his people arrived at the Institution. The dreadfully dis- tressing weather of Friday, both during the day and night, possibly had some- thing to do with the turn which resulted in the patient's demise. The blow i...
MRS. CATHERINE VALLANCE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 February 1914
MRS. CATHERINE VALLANCE &nbsp; Our readers will regret to hear of the death of Mrs Catherine Vallance, who was amongst the earliest residents of this dis- trict. Deceased, who was 81 years of age, wan much respected, She and her hus- band (who predeceased her many years ago) lived in the Gre Gre district for a considerable period. A grown up family of six is left. The funeral to announced to take place this afternoon, leaving de- ceased's late residence, off Stuart Mill road, at 4 o'clock for the St. Arnaud ceme= tery,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 February 1914
Spooal Mvortlsaomonts. JAS. ROWE & SONS, BEG I0O ANNOUNCE SPECIALS FOR FEBRUARY, Guns, Oartridges, and Shooting Requisi tes, HOLLIS GUN, WITH CROSS BOLT, £6. Holsa Unn, with erose bolt and pigeon barrels, £7/10 Genuine Hollis Gune, with ordinary fastener, £4/1716 and £5110 Stevens' Single Barrel Gun, 22/6 Stevens' Single Barrel Gnu, with automatlo ejector, 25/ V Stevens' Single Barrel ahn, automatic ejector, Nitro, speoal steol barrel, 40/ and 451 VW. W, Greener's '' Dominion " Hammor Gun, £10/10 W. W. Groenor's ~ Empiro " Hammorloon GuLn, £12/10 Bonohill Guns at all priees, A real bargain--Bonohill Gun, with oroeo bolt, a real beauty at £4117/16 Clarbrough and Johnston's Hlammer Guns at £6/15 and £7/15 Clarbrough and Johnaton'a Hammerless Gun, £11/15 Mlaron's( English Ilamuorleoo Gun, £9110 CARTRIDGES CARTRIDGES ! CARTRIDGES I Black Powder, loaded by Kynook's, 1/9 packet "Aster" Smoeolese Powder, beet value ever imported, 2/3 packet Kynock's Job Cartridgee, Smokeless Powder...
ANDERSON—GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 February 1914
ANDERSON-GRANT, The " lendigonian" containues a photo, of the wedding party of Mr. A. J, Ander. eon, of Tr[afalgar, (formerly of St. Arnaud) and lMisa Grant, of B3ndigo, and the following sooount of the event:-The ooremony was performed by the Rev, If. P, Haynes on 4th intB. The bride wore a white orepo de ohne gown, wi'h a ninon tunic goffered, ilThe skirt was eplit, and opened over a pian I of g' ffored ninon, and a smart ftihtail train was worn, wilh a true lover's knot of eatin and orange blossom A tulle veil was worn, and she carried a shower bouqueb of tuber roses and water lilies with white satis streamers, She wore hoe bridegroom's present---a gold wristlet watch ; the bride's preseot to bridegroom being a suit case, There were three brides. moids--Miss Olive Anderson, Miss Mabel Grant and Mies Isabol London, Mies Anderson wore white embroidered muslin over silk, with an oepreyed hat of black vel. vetb and lace, Miss Grant wore a white erm. broldered voile, with orepo do ohe...
SHIRE OF KARA KARA. DATES OF COUNCIL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 February 1914
SHIRE OF KARA KARA. DATES OF uOUNOIL MEETINO The Kara Kara 8hire Oounoil will meet on the following dtee : March ... ... 12 April ... .. . 9 May . ... .. 7 June ..I fi 4 July .. ... ... 2 July 2 Augueb ... ,, 6 September ... . 3 October . ... ,., I October ... ... ... 29 Droember ,,, ,,,3 ...? · ~ ·
M'DONALD—HANCOCK. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 February 1914
M'UDONALD-.1 ANCOUIK, On Wednesday, February 4th, the marriago of Mr, J, M'l)nnald, of Avon Plaine, eon of Mr. Alex, M'I)onald, and Mi?e IHauoook, fourth daughter of Mr. W. Hanoook, of Avon Plaine, was celebrated at the home of the bride's father, The servioe was eon. duoted by the Rev, J, C. Freeman, of Don. aidl, Mie Hianoook, who wva given away by her father, looked very pretty In her wedding gown of orene orepe de ehone, The tullo veil was slightly gathered to fortm a cap with a dainty wreath of orange bude, The bridesmald was Misse L. Hanoook, atnd the boat man Mr. G. M'Douald, The iKra Kara Shire Counoll invites tendere for forming and gravelling on Uonooer Road, near WIleon',
OTHER PLACES CONNECTED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 February 1914
OTHIE PLACES CONNECTED, The local oxoliango o aonnueoted with the following placee, the ohargee for uonvo eatione being ae under- Fires Every additional 3 minutee, 3 minutoes Bealiba ,., 4d 8d Dunolly ,, 4d 6d Cope Copo ,,, 3d 3d Maryborough 8d ,., Od Cariobrook ,,, 11 Od Newatead ,. 1/ ,. Od Majora .. .. Od Bung Bong ,., 1/ .., Avooa ,.. 1 94 Donald ,,, 4d ., 3d Lithfieold ,. d , d, Massey 8d .. Od Watohom .,, d .= d Morton Plains 1i/ . Od Birohlp ,... I . d Kinnabulla,, .. Od Talbot .. . , Od Clunoes , Od Tarnagulla ,. 8d . d Llonolly ,. 84d . d Newbridge .., 1/ Od luglewood ., 11 , Ud Moolorr ,, 2d 2d Beaeloy'e Bridge 2d .. 2d Tottington ,., 2d .. 2d Winjaliok ,., 4d 3d Paradieo ,., 8d ., 3d Navarre . 6d , 6d Landeborough 8d ., 04O Joel Jool ,., 8d ,., 6d 8tawell ,. I Od Melbourno ,, 110 ,,, 14 Ballarat ,., 1/4 ,,. 1/ UGelong ,, 1/10
COMMERCIAL. MERCURY Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 February 1914
OOMMEROIAL' MJBnounV Offe, Friday evoilng, WIOLEIIALZ, J IIWA1I4 (flour, £ I120 i~lour, 160 Ii, bag Chaff, 1£3 Uhaff, 4) IUrooah Buttot, dalry,l hroabr buttor, lid Id ; IrUaotoy, 1/ Faotnrv, 1/2 rgge, 81 lilCga, 091 Moon, 1/i Jlacon, 112 Choose, 8d Oh6Oco, (Oil LPollard, £4/15 por tou Pollard, 1/3 IBran, £4/16 per ton Bran, 1/2 Potatoce, 4/ Potatoco, i/U per qr
LOCAL TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 February 1914
LOCAL TELEPHONE EX. CHANGE, LIST OF SUBSORIBERS. Nýe?, No, Avery, Mrs. A. ..,,, ,., 87 Bank of New South Wales ,,, 77 Bank of Victoria .,, ,,, 76 Bennett, Dr, J. H . ,, ,,, 27 Bell & Lorimer .,, ,,, 14 Blakeley, A, B ..,, ,,, 56 Bloncowe, F.?,. ... ,,, 66 Bliss, W. R.,,, ,,, ,,, 61 Borough Oftioes, Town Hall ,,, 51 Bray, O. .,, . , ,,, 64 Bray, Lee, ,,, ,,, ,,, 91 Breone, Mls .,, ,,, 104 Broadbont Bros, ,,, ,,, 42 Cemetery ,,, , ,,, 69 lover, F. P. ,,, ,,, 34 Cockburn, G. A, ,,, ,,, 81 Cooper, It, J, ,,, ,,, 68 Convont of Moroy .., ,e 45 Cougle, A. J. (with extension to private house) ,,, ,,, 11 Orono, Jas, ,,, ,, ... 37 Daroy, Mrs.,,, ,,, ,, 89 Davison, Rev. J, W.,,, ,,. 67 Davies. F. B. ,,, ,,, 44 Dickinson, R, ,,, ,,, 57 Divola, A, ,,, ,,, .. 31 Doyle, Rev, G. ,,, ,,, 23 Dunkley, 1H W, (office) ,,, 3 Dunkley, H., W. (residence) ,,, 17 Dunlop, Mrs. P, A. ,,, ... 97 Edwards, H . ,,, ,,, 6 Edwards, H, T, (private honese),,, 8 Edwards, Emily ,,, ,,, 35 Estate A, Gileoo (with ...
TRAIN SERVICE. ST. ARNAUD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 February 1914
TRAIN SERVICE, ST. ARNAUD TO MELBOURNE, Loavae 7,36 a,m, daily, arrvoes 3.55 p.m Faas train luavoe 4 1 p.m. daily, arrive at 0.50 p.m. on Mnndays, Wednondaya and Fridaya, and at 10.55 p.m on Tuosdays, Thuradaya and Saturdaya. MELBOURNE TO ST. ARNAUD. Leaves 6.40 a.m. daily, arrivos at 3,22 p.m. Fast train loavoas i,1 p, m., dally, arrives at 11.17? p.m. MOTOR TRAIN, Loaves Maryborough daily at 8.40 a.m, arriving at St. Arnaud at 10.36 a.m. Loaves St. Arnaud on return at 12.15 p m. daily for Maryborough, arriving at 2.17 pm.
LIVE STOCK MARKETS. St. Arnaud, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 February 1914
LIVE STOOK MARKET'', 1t, Arnaud, Thursday, Messrs G. M'Kechnie and (lo, report- T'he total yardings were 1112 satore sheep, 06 fat sheep and lanlbs, and 417 cattle, There was a fair attendance and the bulk of the store sheep yarded were good sorts and were well competed for at imu proved rates, Fat sheep and lbs also uold well, There was no demand for store eat. tie, but the few fats (principally nice quality light weights) made about late rates, Heavy x fat ewes, made 16/ to 18/; medium ob, 14/6 ; useful x wra, 10/10 ; best lbs, 14/ to 14/6 ; others, 13/3 ; 4, 0 and 8 t m ewes, in lamb to Lin, 13/8 to 14/6 ; extra good 4 and 5 yr old do,, 15/3 to 15/5 ; good Lie ewes, in lamb, 17/3 to 22/6 ; 5 and 6 yr old rough x ewes, 12/ ; 4 and 6 t in wrA, 14/7 1 x weauero, 10/3 to 12/10 ; light weight steers and heifers, £4/18 to £6/15; mileh cows and springers, £-1/10, We yarded 761 store sheep, 42 fat sheep and lambs, and 36 cattle, and sold at quotations 761 store sheep, 412 fat sheep and l...
PRODUCE MARKETS. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 February 1914
PRODUOE M ARKIETS, Melbourne, Friday, Wheat, -Offringor were again loeignif. cant, and the tarkeot retained its firmuess, aolual buainess being of trifling volume from look of supplier, For grain in ilding store 3/17 was quotod, would-be buyers at that figure being numeroue, For lots delivered alotgi(dlo 3/8 was apked, Oate,sThe do. nanud is almost exolusively for the better grades Prime milling Algerian was quoted at 1/0 to l/0ý, rates for feed aorts ranging from 1/6 to 1/8., Chalff--T'lh markot ooa ditiona were not materially altered, Choice wheaten was offered at £3/7/6 to £3/10; choice oaten, £3/5; prime, £3 to £312/6 ; good, £2/15 to £2/17/6, and medium, from £2/10, Hay.-Mlanger, Irussed, is being suppliod at train £5 to £5/10 ; feed sheaves, frontm 3 to £3/15, and chatling at front £2 to £2/5 delivered, For Victorian straw up to 37/6 ox rail is quoted, and Taesmaniau is to be had at up to 60/ ex wharf, London, Feb, 0, Wheat,--The Io arket is firm, and there is a good demaud fo...