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GRE GRE NORTH V. OAKLANDS [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 February 1914
GRE GRE ?NORTII V, OAKLANDS A very interoeting and enjoyablo amo of tonuioe wao played ou bho lattoer oourb hiob Saturday, 14th Feob, which resultod in a win for Oaklando by 11 games, Tho scoores atreo as follow, Gro Gre North bein? t?ho ilrsb namo in 'vory one :-Mr, W, Tuoker and Miss E Olarko lost to Mr, T, Bath and Mrs. A, 0. Bath, 3 - 6; Mr. 0, Clarke and Mias T. M'Rao loub to Mr. L. Bath and Miea A, Andrew, 1--6; Mr. Barton and Miou M. M'Rao boat Mr. A. Bath and Mine I Oxlny, 6-3; Mr, 0G M'Rae and Mioi A. Barratt loot to Mr, 11. Carne and Misa M Mallineon, 2.-6, Ladies' doublou--Misooe M. and T. M'Rao loot to Mru, A. G, Bath and Misa A, Andrew, 5-6 ; Mioaeu E, Clarke and A. Barrat? lost to Misaeea I. Oxloy and M, Mallinoon, 3-6., Gente', doubleo-.-.Meouro W Tuoker and 0, Olarke loot to Meuors, T, and L. Bath, 4-6; Meaura, B. Barton and O M'Rao beat Mosure, A Bath and H. Carne, 6-2. Totale--re Ore North, 30; Oaklando, 41,
THE CORRICKS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 February 1914
THE CORRIOKS. .-----* As already announced, the favorite Ourrlok entertainers are appearing in the Town Hall to.night and to morrow night, when particularly attractive pro grammes will be presented. Each evening an entirely different one will be given. The entortainment will be well varied, and will reoach a high standard throughout as well as being bright, novel and refined, The Corrloka have won for themselves the highest praise, and are pleoina oingers and hrillliant intrumentalists, Mise ElSld Corrick, the bright and pleasing star of the company, has a glorious soprano voloe of exot-ptional ranee and purity. Another fine artist is Miss Ruby, the gifted cornet sololst, whilst her sister, Miss Amy, ranks high in the musiloal world as a piccolo and flate soloist. Th'es artists receive groat support from Mr. James Caldwell, a fine baritone vocalist; Miss Corrick, a fine solo pianisto and nacompanistel ; Mr, COonrlk, sax phone soloist ; last, but not least, lMr. Jcik Bonny, an Englis...
NEW POSTAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 February 1914
NEW POStTAL IATESf The now postal rates, Inoluding penny postage on letters, came into foroe on the let of May, The reduced rates are as follow : THROUGHOUT COMMONWEALTH AND PAPUA, Letters, Id per # oz. Lotter cards, singlo, id each, Do,, reply, Id each half. Poet cards, single, ld each, Do,, reply, ld each half. Printed papors, 0kd per 2 oz. Booku, printed-outside Australia, Old per 4 oz, ; in Australla, Old per 8 oz, Magazines--Printod in Australia, 0 d per 8 oz. ; printed outsido Australia, Old per 4 oz. "Hansard," 0l1d per 12 oz, Commercial papers, patterns, sample, and merchandise, id per 2 oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS, Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea dominions, Britih colonieso and protoctorates, oexoopt the New Hebrldes, Id per ý oz, NEW ZEALAND AND THE ISLANDS heo rates to New ~ealand, Iiji and British Solomon Islands are : Letters, Id j oz, Post oarls, iinglo, ld, Do,, roply, Id each half. Leotter oards, singlo, Id, Do., reply, id each half, Magazines,...
TRAIN SERVICE. ST. ARNAUD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 February 1914
TRAIN 8ERVIOE., ST, ARNAUD TO MELBOURNE, Leaves 7.36 a.m. daily, arrives 3.55 p.m, Fasb train leaves 4 4 pm, dally, arrives at 9.59 pm. on Mondays, Wednesodays and FPridays, and at 10.55 p.m on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, MEILBOURNE1 TO ST. ARNAUD, Leaves 6.40 ani.m dailly, arrives at 3,22,9 p.m. Fast train leaves 6,lt p.m. dally, arrives at 11.117 p.m. MOTOR TRIAIN, Leaves Maryborough dally at 8.40 a,m, arriving at St. Arnaud at 10.36 a,m. Leaves St. Arnaud on return at 12.15 p m, dally foe Maryborough, arriving at 2,17 pm.
JOYLAND. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 February 1914
JOYLAND. A flue variety of picures was shown at Joyland on Monday night, "The lhildron's wIIur" was a particularly interesting drama, depioting the happy momenta of child life in soones of delightful meorriment with grandfather, who, seated In the easy chair, entered into the spirit of the inn and fiually amused his daughter' Ihre abchildren by explaining old.time fables, etc. ' A Tide in t o Allfira of Men"give an insight into the existeno of a grasping old mieor, " The Morphine " outlined the nefariou connduc' of a doctor and a Count who oonopired tnnether to injiot morphine into a youne lady's arm in order thb theA might be prevailed upon to accept the Count ae her lover, The police appeared on the sone just at a time which was extremely inopportune for the doctor and hids ocom. plico, who were looled up. Other good piont urea weroe The heart of Mru, Robbino" (drama) and " Mount Tacoma" (eoonio), There will be a complete change of pro. granmme to-night, and a splendid eeb of pict...
RAINFALL. A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 February 1914
RAINFALL. A COMPARATIVE SITAL'EMENT, - 1I010 I 1loll 1912 J 1013 1 1914 Jan 1 ... 7 4 171 *l ,05 '03 047 Fb, ,,. 06 573 i1'07 1'07 Maroh 4'42 l'61 '06 2*59 April... *28 '15 '37 I'S0 May ., 205 2'05 '26 2,24 Juno,., 2'16 2'74 229 1'07 July,., 3'97 1,15 307 1 01 Auguib 1'82 '61 145 1'00 80op,.. 2'85 313 I 4'11 2'10 Oot, ,,. 1'13 '52 0'14 I1 80 Nov .... 1'00 '06 1'4 0'8 D)oo... ' 50 1'30 301 002 To'l in, I 23,07 I 10952 I 18'541 I 1'10 (
THE STATE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 February 1914
"'THE STATE SESSION. I T can hardly be said that the sesuion of the State Parliament just oonolndod haa been a satisfactory one, It began with the Liberal party in a majority so overwhelming that any hoance of its being put out of oflioo would have been ecouted aa impossiblo. It ended with that majorily unimpaired in any way. Yet during the session there was a crisis, and the strango sprotaole was silen of a Labor Ministry taking oflioc in Victoria, The Government formed by Mr, Elmalie was, it is true, a short lived one, but tho fact remainbd that public business was disorganioed by its advent, and that a Bummer sibting was rendered neooessary Tno coming to. epther of the somnwhat disorganised Liberal forces wao the only oUtifiaotory feature of the incident. This was largi ly brought about by the pressurp of publi opinion, It wi'a anon to be faroical for a party of 45 in the popular Ohamber to be in Opposition while one of cOarried on tih administration, Such a situation could not l...
SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. LOGAN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. LOGAN V. KOOREH. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 February 1914
SPORtTING NOTI . ORIOKBT, LOUGAN DISTRIOT ASOOIATION, LOUAN V, KOORElH. On Saturday Logan mot Koorsh at Kooreh and were doefeated by 21 rune.s, Followlng are the scoores : LO(*AN, 1), Stewart, b Allen ... ... O 8, Walker, st Prootor, b W, Moore ,,. .., ... 5 0 Lyonu, b W. Moore ., ... 38 RI. Jones, a and b W. Moore ,.. 5 T, Iaweott, b Allen .,. ... 4 J. Oooper, run out .., ,, 1 0. Ruseoll, o Murrells, b W. Moore ,, .. ,, 2 W. Lyons, a and b W, Moore ,,, 2 A. Male, b Miller ,,,,,, 5 J M'Ohoo, b Miller ...,,,. 0 l!, Male, not out... ,,....... 0 Sundries ... ... ... 12 Total... ... ... ... 74 Bowllnu-W., Allen, 2 wlokets for 10 runna ; E. Moore, 0 for 12; W. Moore, 5 for 25; O, Milleor, 2 for 8. KOORER, O. Miller, b Stowart ... ... 38 W, Moore, a Jones, b O. Lyone 13 F. Murrells, lbw, b O. Lyons ,,, 20 E. Moore, a Wallkeor, b O, Lyone 10 \VW. Rose, b O. Lyouns ...... 0 A, Prootor, Ibw, b Stewart ,,, 9 F. Dbsobn, b W, Lyons... ... 3 W. Williams, b W. Lyons .,, 0 (1. Dohnt, b 0, Lyon. .....
RHEUMATISM. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 February 1914
IU1LUMATIT8M, Dr. Sheldon's Magaotio Linhlent rolnovoe mnoro oaoos of rhoumatlaen overy year than all the eo.oalled rheunatleim mnodloituee oo binod, It will ponetrate to your very bonee, and eootho and mebduo the paiu, The hiret applliation will relieve, and continuod use will bring about marvellous results. Prieo, 1/8 alnd S. Obtainable everywhere.
The Very Latest. Melbourne, Tuesday evening. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 February 1914
The Very Latest. Melbourne, Tuesday evening, PRODUOE MARKETS. Wh?t,-F1irmr ?agin, Maroh dlli. v ry 3/8• to 3/9; pr ,mpt delivery 3/8. ; April June, 3/10. H.,,io marlket chlnd firm, Finni, £8/fi o,9,. 1/. n 1/10?. ; f,,d, 1/8,. Ohbff, £3/10. I sv, £5100. Poa'oaeo, £4 to £4/10, Onions, £7 to £7/5,
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 February 1914
BOWLING, Mnmbora of tho looal Bowliag Olub have arranged to vieit Stawell to.day, when a match will bo played against home howloro, The compoetition i1 lookod forward to with oon?iderable interoat, Tho following will reproeent St Arnand, and they will loaveo per motor oarr ab 11 a.m :-..Meooro, R Scott, T. Young, 0 T. Vollprooht, F. O Blencowe, W. Troeganowan, O, Lorimer, J, Orone, \W, Miochall, F E, Diviea, J, A, T, Morau, , Reade, E, Leoviok,
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 February 1914
IIFLE SHOOTING, Tho aeleotlon committoo of the V I A, haa aeleoted 30 oandidatoa to compote In a osrieo of trialo at Wil litnueown ranges on the 27?h and 28th inot, no a teot for tho Bialey team. The oonditions of seleotion are that two of the Viotorian representativoes ere to he ohosen from the first six in 'ho aggregate eoores, and the third man and the two emergenoies from the remainder, Fifteen metropolitan shootero have been chosen, also a similar number from the country, The latter include Msaoro, H. ?, Young, of St. Arnaud ; J. Hudson, of Mildura; W. Sproat, of Donald; and J, B. Wout, of Stawell, Mr W. Keyte, formerly of St. Arnaud, ie amongst the morropolitan fifteen. The test will include shooting at 300, 600, 700 and 900 yards,
TENNIS. RICH AVON V. WALLALOO. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 February 1914
TENNI.S, RIOLI AVON V, WALLALOO, A very Intorouting and enjoyable bonnie matoh was played on the Rich Avon Court on Saturday, 'Ith Feb,, between tho home team and Wallaloo. This being the firob match of Rioh Avon's for the teason, local Intorest was very keen, fully 80 opectatoro being preont, Some exeoollent tonnia was chown by both aideo, Wallaloo oventually winning by a majority of four garnet. Afternoon tea was die -.,,eed to all by the local ladies, and was much aijoyed. After the usual apoecheo had been indulged in, Mr. A. Duxaonepeakingon behbalf of Wallaloo, and Mr. W, Boon responding on behalf of the home team, each side wended their way home fully oatlefiod with their day's outing, Following are tho scoreuo -MisO Roteigh and A. Oumming beat Mios A. Reading and S. Arnold (W). 6-4; Mitse 1eading and Arnold (W) 1 boeat Mito Omming and W Boon, 6 5t; Mite M Reading and B, Duxaon (W) beat Mrsa J. Growar and B. Rersigh, 6--5; Mies Maunder and A. Duxton (W) beat Mitt Bonn and T 0....
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 February 1914
LOCAL AND GENERAL. ---- -4>-·--- The will of the lato Sir William Lyno has been sworn at £17,862. Mr. A. N. Wilson, of Green's Creek, invites tenders for grubbing 170 acres of land, Mr. H, T. Edwards, of the Big Store, advertises that he is now showing now winter pattorns for suite, Acoount. are at tho aub-troeaury for St Arnaud Borough Counoil, 0. H. Fleming, A, 0. King, and J, H. Brown. Measrs 0, and'S. Bray, drapers, announace tho last week of their half.yoerly sale during which the balanqo of theo.sumimer stook menst be cleared at any'prioo, STh. bo.~iation (itono of a new Roman ' jl h at(lfionorbly wVa laid on Z?. Eigginse, Bishop of tAllarat, Aa3 ed £180, Messrae, T?t Morrow & Co, hold an unreserved clearing salo of farming imple. ments, machinery, draught horaou, oto,, at Kooreh South, on Wedneuday, 5rth imnt., for Mr. W, Parkinon, who is retiring from farming, ,?f, "i. 'AJfClrhimpaon and Co, have entries f i;A e I ?.ffook tales to-morrow, A pro. ,.nTmar v' iinueme...
COLIC DRENCH FOR HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 February 1914
COLIC DRENCH FOR HORSES. Almost every veterinary surgeon has his own special formula for colic drench, and thus the contents of the bottle varies according to the ideas of the prescriber, and, to some extent at least, according to what he conceives to be the requirements of the case. If you want a formula for a colic drink to keep by you for use in emergencies, the followling will be suitable:--Tinc- ture of opium, 1 ounce; oil of turpen- tine, 2 ounces; linseed oil, to 1 Pint. Give this as it is, followed by a little warm gruel. Walk the horse about to prevent his rolling, rub the belly with a wisp, and, if necessary, re- peat the drench in two hours, but not more than two doses should be given. Understand that it is not claimed that this recipe is better than any other. It may not even be the most suitable under all circumstances, but it is in- expensive, easily procured, will keep good for any length of time if properly corked and sealed, and often cuts short an attack in its ini...
FOR THE FARMER. FARMYARD MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 February 1914
FOR THE FARMER. FARMYARD MANURE. Farmyard manure consists of the solid and liquid excrements of ani- mals and the litter with which these substances are mixed and absorbed. Its value for fertilising purposes de- pends to a great extent upon the way in which it is handled in the dung- stead. In this respect (says a writer in an English farm journal) its man- agement too often leaves much to be desired, and, taking the country all through, enormous quantities of valu- able plant nourishment are lost. T'he atmosphere is the chief agent which produces the decomposition of the ammonia in the manure and causes it to escape, and therefore the air must be shut out of the manure heap as much as possible. The freer the air can penetrate the heap the more rapid is the decomposition and consequent loss of ammonia; indeed, it may be said that a rational treat- ment of the manure does not exist un- less the heap is tightly compacted. "Keep it moist and tread it tight, And it will well your care r...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 18 February 1914
MARRIAGES. HOPKINS-WARRIN -On the 20th Decem- ber, at Christ Church, St. Arnaud, by the Rev. J. W. Davison, James H Hopkins, second son of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Hopkins, of Ballarat East, to Miss &nbsp; Violet May Warrin, third daughter of Mr. and Mr. James H. Warrin, of St. Arnaud. IN MEMORIAM. CRONE,-In sad and loving remembrance of &nbsp; our darling son and brother, Maurice, who died on the 17th of February, 1912. Aged 12 years. It is just two sad years to-day Since our dear Maurice was called away. His memory is as dear to-day As in the hour he passed away, We loved him here-he is dear to us &nbsp; But in grief we must bend to God's holy will Only those that have loved are able to tell Of the pain at heart in saying farewell. Often when our thoughts do wander To the one we loved so well, Absence makes the heart grow fonder, How we miss him none can tell. R.I.P. -Inserted by his loving parents, brother and sisters, Lascelles. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1914.