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TENNIS. MOOLERR V. DARKBONEE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
TIXNNIS. MOOLERP4 V. DARKBONEE, Oo the 15th inos, Moolarr visited Darkboneo, and, although the weather was very hot an oenjoyablo time was spent. Afternoon tea was provided by the local ladies, and the proceedings elosed with the iutual peeches. The scores are as follow, the flirt named reprf? snting Moolerr -Mr, 0, Osily and Miss Ltnifranchi los to Mr, H, Gleeson and Miss A. Joss,, 3-- ; Mr, F. Jenkins and Mile E, Casey b.as Mr, P, Walsh and Misu A. Piterson, 6-4 ; Mr. A M'Kity and Mles S Ml'Donald lost to Mr, T. Hioar and Miss F. Jesse, 2?-6 Mr, J, Walbon and Mrp, Walton hnoa Mr, J, Hoare and Miss F. Burke, 6-- ; Mesr, M, Walton and M, Shanahan lost to Mossrs. T. and J. Wa?lb, l3-- ; Mesors. 1, Jenkins and 0, OUoey loat to Mesro Ii, Gleeson and ?, Hoare, 3--. Totnl?a--Drkboner, 4 sets 30 gan?e?; Moolerr, 2 eats 93 The 8, . Arnaud Tennis Club is in the filId with an important attraction for the E?ater holidays, when a sories of handicap tournamlents will be held on the local court ...
SHIRE OF KARA KARA. DATES OF COUNCIL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
SHIRE OF KARA KARA, DATES OF COUNOIL MEETINO The Kara Kara Shire Council will meeot on tho following dates : M arch .. ... ... 12 April ...... 9 May .. . , .. 7 June ,,, 4 July ... ... 2 Augueb , .... ,, 6 September 3,. ; 3 October 1... ... ,, 1 October ... ... ... 29 December ... ... 3
OTHER PLACES CONNECTED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
OTHER PLACES CONNECTED, The looal xo?hango le oonneoted with the following plaooe, the ohargoe for oouve sationu being as under: Firbs Every additional 3 minutee, 3 minutee, Bealiba ,. 4d ., 3d Dunolly ,.. Od ... 5d Cope Cope 3 ,d i 3d Maryborough 8d , d, 6d Carlsbrook ,., 1/ .. 9d Newetoad ,., 1/ 9 Majoroa .., I ., 9d Bung Bong, 1 .. 9d Avooa ,., 11/ , 9d I)onald ,., 4d .o. d Litchfleld ,., 6d .. 6d Mas?ey . 8d .. 8d Watohem ,., id . d Morton Plains 1/ 9d Birohip ... 1/ ... 9d Kinnabulla., I .. 9 d Talbot ,.. 1 .. 9d Clunee I 9d Tarnagulla .. . Od Lianelly ... 8d . Od Nowbrido .. 1/ . 9d lnglewood ... 1/ ... 9d Moolerr , d ,., 2d Beazloy's Bridge 2d 2d Tottlogton ... 2d 2d Winjallok .., 4d 3d Paradioo 3d ,, 3d Navarre ,,,I Od ,,, Od Landaborotugh 8d ,.. d Joel Joel ... 8d ,. Od Stawoll .,. 1/ ,. Od Melbourno 1/10 ,,. 1/4 Ballarat .. 1/4 ,,, 1/ Geelong .., 1/10 ..
OBITUARY. MR. CHARLES BALDWIN. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
OBITUARY. MR. UHARLES BALDWIN. Many old friends will regret to hoar of the death of one of the pioneers of Viotoria, in tho person of Mr, Charles Baldwin, who for over forty years had resided in St, Arnaud. IHe was horn in thbo prish of OlUidwell, London, 76 years ago, and, when a lad 12 years of ago, ho voentured the trip aorosa to Australia with more elderly frlonds who wore attracted by the gold discoveries, Soon alter his arrival, ho wont on to the Ballarat goldfields, lie worked there for some timo, and about 41 years ago he ro. moved to St. Arnaud, Hte was employed for a fairly lengthy spell at the old Wileon's Hill mine, and he subsequently followed the avocation of a woodoartor and charcoal bur. nor, I)ecooaed wase a favouito with everybody, and at elecrion timoes-no mnater whether for 1'arliamont, Borough, or Shire ounllcil-ho was always an oulthusiastio worker in the cause of the party which he erpoulsd He j dmnd the GU.O.O,F. IIn 1876, and was a member of that order up to...
BOROUGH WATER SUPPLY LIMITED ALLOWANCE TO RATE-PAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
BOROUGH WATER SUPPLY LIMITED ALLOWANOE TO RATE* PAY[RS, Light winter rains and the long spll of dry weather have left St, Arnaud with a very diminiehed water supply, There hoe not been nuoh a shortage . at ''eddington sineo the construation of the reservoir omeo years ago, and the mimlted quantity remaining is oausing llih Borough Water Trust much concern. Accord. log to a report from the caretaker, under date 21st nar,, there was only 7 ft. 9 in, of water left, and allowing for a fair depth of ?ud it Is reasonable to suppose there to only about five foot of water from which to draw supplies. The Trust considered the mas|ter on Monday night, and arrived at the conolualon that it will be absolutely neoes. mary to restriot the use of water, and their decision Is eat out in advertisement appear. lug In to.day's MECotuY, It will be well for householders and others to rememober that any poreon using gwater for garden pur. poses on any other day or hour than those notifead will he proseou...
NATTEYALLOCK V. TEMPERANCE [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
NATTEk ALILJUCK V, T1MPEItRANWUt Tho two loacl te~ani tmob on Saturday last on tih ground of the latter, when an exciting gamse ended in viotory for the old team, Following are the detaile : 'TEMP4RANCE. VW. Mill, b J Aw bury ... .... N. Elliot t, b J. Aatbury... .,, 25 J. Milkl, b H. Murnane,,, ,,, 11 I. Griflirhe, run out ..,,,,, 32 H, Hille, run out... ..., .. 1 0. Henry, b Murnane ... ... 2 G. Horwoll, not out ... ... 19 R. M'Dowell, b Coasens.,, ... 2 E. Mille, b Ooasena ... ... 0 G. Ionderson, a Walker, b 00oan ,,, ,,.. ,,, It, Soot, b Coosena .,,,,, 0 Sundries ,,,. ...,,, 7 Total... , ... ... ... 107 Bowling-A. Streaerr, 0 wlekete for 20 rune ; Astbury, 2 for 38 ; Coesons, 4 for 8 ; Murnane, 2 for 15; Parsons, 0 for 7. NATT?YALLOCI, IR. (70e'one, o and b ],llioti ,,, 29 J, Streator, b Henry ...,,. 10 A. Parsons, a Hendoeron, b Henry .. .. ... 0 J. Aaebury, b Henry ... ...2 A Strooter, thrown out ... ,, 40 A, Walker, b EPIllOtt ...,,, 2 W. Streetea, b J Mill .,,,... A. Aetbury...
SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. REDBANK ASSOCIATION. HOMEBUSH V. NATTEYALLOCK [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
SPORTING NOTES. OItOKET, REIDBANK ASSOCIATION. jIHOMEBUSH V.N'ATTEYALLOOK Tho abovo toatna met on Saturday, 14rth inst,, an?d a friendly gmeo r?vulted in a win for Nittoyallook by 44 rune, Prseono (a now min) brtted nicely for 33. I, Andrews 38 and A, itreeoor '2 were the top coarera for Natte yallook, J Aothory was in good form with the hall, securing (1 wick'to for 24 runs, IBradly 27, Templeton 13 and J, Nicholls 10 w.rn tho only playrso to Boorn doubbl flauroe for Homelhulh. J. NichollH ucoured 4 wickets for 14 run.,
INDUSTRIAL UNREST. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1914. INDUSTRIAL UNREST, CaN nothing be done to stop the indue. trial unarest that is doing so much harm in Australia just now ? The ordinary citizen opening any newspaper in the Commonwealth may well imagine that an epidemic of strikes has swept over the ranks of those who work for wages. Hardly an issue of any journal appears without it being filled with long accounts of strikes in puogress, threat. ened strikes and-very oooasionally a strike that has been settled. For the first time accurate statsletics were kept last year by the Commonwealth Statieician, These show that during 1913 there were throughout Australia no fewer than 208 disputes which led to a cossation of work, Over 50,000 work people were involved in these, and the number of days' work loot exoeeded 600,000, It is estimated that the lose in wages was rather over £288.000, being £5/14/7 per individual involved, This seems a terrible amount of lose and suffering, and it may well be asked whethe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
o001is1 AdLVoNISomota MARTIN P. KELLY'S ANNUAL SUMMER SALE NOW ON And will continue to the and of the month, Discount on all cash purchases. Reductions in all departments Summer Stock must go In order to make room for new Winter Goode, MILLINERY, COSTUMbES, and FANOY GOODS at lees than Melbourno coat priceson. Saimple Bonk to Hand containing all the latest and newest samploes of TWEEDS and COATINGS. Gonts I have no hesitation in leaving your order for Suits. Fit and Style Guaranteed. Prices Moderate, BEST VALUE IN THE DISTRICT ALWAYS OBTAINABLE AT MARTIN P. KELLY, Cash Family Draper, Napier.S t Hurry y Up And take advantage of BAIRD & 10tGAN'S Summer Sale. Here are a few lines to command attention 34.inoh Tuesoro Silk, 3/6, 2/11 ; reduced to 2/11, 2/6 Boye' 3 Piece Tuseorette Suits, sizoe 7, 8, 11, 12, were 12/6, 13/6 ; now, 9/11 Boys' Soraw Boaters, sold readily at 4/6 ; now 2/11 72-inch Seriped Verandah Ticking, 2/3 yard 72 inch Duck, with blue stripo, suitable for veranda...
The Very Latest. Melbourne, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
The Very Latest. Melbourne, Tuesday evening, Wheat, 3/91 The markr? is firm for prompt delivery. March, 3/~ ; April. June, 3/10. London and Liverplol optiono are cshlPd lower. Flour, 4£8/18, Oati, 1/10 to 1/101. Oh?,ff, £3/10, Hay, £5/10. Potatoes, £, to £~/15. Onione, £7/10, Mr, Soaddan, Premier of Weotern Auotralia, arrivrd to-.dy and inter. viewed Federal Ministero in reference bo the ulooper oontraobt 'Emma Foell, aged 32, arrested on a eharae of abducting her two children from Sydney, had taken pauaagoa on a German otoemer for Europ., She has boon remanded, The arooud ioouo of one million Ki~'e bhend ~tamps is now being printed, A report e?bmittbd to the Mol. bournp Clty Onuncil show. a profit of X72.,280 on the electrio oupply lae? yar Ik is thought probkhal thtb thp trouble in bhe meas indua~ry will be over hf-fro the end of bhe week, Mr. Wait hau received a letter from Sir Arthur Stainlay, the new Governor of Victoria, expresqing high npprpcia. tion of the warm welcome accor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
Q~ip.YPleasingn & axhilara tinq, A GREAT SUFFERRR FROM DISI ASED Il(DNEYS AND GRAVEL, QUICKLY CURED )BY 1)R, SHELDON'S IIN PILLS. "I have beon'a great sufiarer for mInny years with Diseased Kidnnye, Uravel and Scalding." writes Mrs, K, O'Grady, 8 Claytonstrent, lalmain, N.S.W. "Attmnes I was so bad I could not do my work. The paine in my back were so severe in the morning that I was unable to get out of bed without assistanco, and when I stooped to piok anything up, it was with great ditficulty that I could straighten muysalf again, I always felt languid, and very irritable, I tried many different kinds of reimedies but derived no benefit whatever One day I was speaking to a lady friend and she strongly advised mn to try l)r. Sheldor's Gin Pills. I thought they would be just tie satie as the other remedies, but I am happy to soy thIat they are the best pills I irave ever come acrosa, for after taking the first dose 1 felt greatly relieved, and I continued taking them, and af...
BEAZLEY'S BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
BEAZLEY'S BRIDGE. (From our own Uorreepondent.) The harvest is over and farmers oan now begin to estimate their balances, The results appear to be generally satisalotory in this distriot. With an average of probably, at least six bage, the wheat crops oughth to hobow a margin of profit, :Jfarming, however, like most other businesses, is nob all profit, Some even go so far so to deolare that after th ncos of mohilnery, repaire and wagoes, is deduoted, only a small margin remains, Lnt us hope, however, that a large proportion will he able to take advantage of the pre. sent sliok time of the year, to enjoy a well deserved holiday, After a residenoo of about 26 years, Mr, and. Mro M'Gregor, with three of the family, are about to leave the Bridge. Their sale of furniture, stook and machtuery, which was held last Wednesday, was well attended in spite of the excesolve heat of the day. While some articles of furniture sold oheaply, good prices were obtained for stock and machinery, The olde...
INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE. WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
INDUSTRIAL INSURANOE. I -4--+-w WQORKER' OOMPENSATION AOT, Under the Act the State is to organise a 8tato insurance oftioo and to It or to any other approved insuraneo company, all employers of labor will be forced to pay premiume covering the lives of their emr ployere and alsoan providing for niok gaymente. Mr, Laughton, Government Mttlitican, who will probably be ap. pointed an OConmissloner to administer the A?t, has outlined in a geonral way, the ff~ect the now Act will have on the pubilc, HII states :-One of the most important points in the bill, is the deinition of a worker. The definition includes nearly every person who is an employe. It doeon not inolude the clerk who le receiving more than £250 per annum, however, but It :does include the man working as a bricklayer, if he lu receiving more than that amount, All persons engaged in man. nal labor will be covered by the Act, bo. cause the rlAk they undergo of aeoldent is far greater than that of the man who doon no manual w...
DATES OF COURTS. FOR YEAR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
DATES OF OOURTS. FOR YEAR 1914. The following aro the ofxtures for the holding of oourto au So, Arnaud during 1914: Suraniml CovRT. Tuesday, 12th Mry, Tuesday, 1Oth Novomber,. COUNTY COURT AND GENIRAL 8~BI1ONe, Tuesday, 21ab April., Thursday, 13th Auguot, . Tuesday, 13th Octobor, Wednoesday, 9th Dooambor, Oriminal-Daily, Civil and Liconoing-The Polioo Magietrateo will ielb on alternate Irl. daye, commenoing from D/1/14, Civil buuloes will be oonduoted in the other week on Tuoeday,
TRAIN SERVICE. ST. ARNAUD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
TRAIN 8ERVICE. ST, ARNAUD TO MELBOURNE, Leavoe 7.86 a.m. daily, arrlves 8.55 p.m. Fast train loavno 4,4 p,m, dailly, arrivoes at 9.59 p.m. on Mondays, Wednoadays and Fridayse, and at 10.55 p.m on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, MELBOURNE TO ST. ARNAUD. Loaves 6.40 a,m. dally, arrives at 3,22 p.m. Fast train leaves 5.16 p, m. daily, arrives at 11.17 p.m. MOTOR TRAIN. Leaves Maryborough dully at 8.40 a.m. arriving at St, Arnaud at 10,86 a,m. Loaves St, Arnaud on return at 12.15 pm. daily for Maryborough, arriving at 2,17 p.m.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
BIRTHS. ALLEN (nee Matheson). --On the 10th February, at 10 Stead-street, South Melbourne, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen- a son. DEATHS. BALDWIN.-At St. Arnaud, on 24th inst., Charles, beloved husband of Jane Baldwin, Aged 70 years. The Funeral will leave his late resi- dence, off Millett-street, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 4 p.,m, for the St. Ar- naud Cemetery. W. L. KELL, (Established 1860) (Phone 43) Undertaker.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
BEREAVEMENT CARDS. MR. and MRS. J. HEWITT and FAMILY return their sincere THANKS to neighbors for kindness and sympathy shown, and to their many friends for letters, telegrams and cards, forwarded in their recent sad bereavement. Gowar East, Feb., 1914. MR, AND MRS. S. PETERS and &nbsp; FAMILY tender their heartfelt THANKS to many kind friends for letters, telegrams, and cards of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement ; also to members of the Manchester Unity Lodge, to Mr, and Mrs G. Woodford and family (Melbourne), and to the Miners' Associa- tion, for beautiful wreaths ; to Dr. Charles Fleming ; and to the matron and nurses of the St. Arnaud Hospital.
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 25 February 1914
LOOAL AND I~IENERAL Messrs Thkomas Morrow and Co, hold a sale of stook at Logan on Tuesday next, A new brisk pest olcoe is to be ereeted at Woomelang. Mears. O. and S. Bray, drapers, advertise speolal lines for this wook, Mr, N. J, A. Reed, draper, anuounces the last few days of a sale to make room for new sh ~muents expected about the 1st of March. A number of muosical enthusiasts held a meeting at Maryborough last week, when it was unaulnimously decided to form a pipe band, The new GovernorG.eneral of the Com. monwealth, Sir Ronald Mu ro.Feoruson, and Lady Munror'orgnuon, will sail for Australia in the R,M.B. Otway, leaving London on 10th April. A number of local shooting enthusietse are deetrous of again visiting Lake Buloke, All Interested in the proposal are invited to attend a meeting at Steward's Manoherter Arms Hotel on Friday night next, Is is stated there are plenty of ducks on the lake, The first reading of stations in connections with the Methodist Churco shows that tit,...
PRODUCE MARKETS. Geelong, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 February 1914
P liODUUClP MARKIET', Geelong, Wednedday. 8lejeps~kli,-Malrkot stiotng and oatiel koveai comptitlou for all lots, Oreen kloi (full wool)--Merinlo anrl eotllohcks lar?I aid iuperior, frtoi 81d to 103?1; coart orausbled, from 72,1 to OU ; :pilug lambl ekills, ismall to ii.dimiii, , L''J to 48 1 l Ill ild superior, trouti 41,41 to (j06 touolh; pellis nleriiio, sinall It) ilnedliit, i 18d to ;,i1i Iorg and superior, 481t to i41 ; Certabi lidat, ell to IIedium, 241. to 4i?d la alid atipailol, 48,1 to O0d ef cti, iy sliiii (full wool) Merino ?ai( oomiebok, tromu ' I to lt. p *er lb. I orosibruds, from 7 I1 to 70i per ib; spirl g latillaktl ut, inteiiiio , i oli l l 7 i t 7id ; crosibrelds, 6t .1 io 7'/it 1 )oil , ito~tll0 i Aid comeback, iL 10 tod ; crouiilbrlls, Fl to i1 I sliorti ind bare, 4 1 to 4I I ; w'ii'il Attld dead(tl, ..1l to 4 1 petr lJ,. flidi,.-IA Liram inarket, ..id all to linhad old fully UP to last week's prlcr , hnitclitlr ' 1(till hides, licnvy .iil Bloult gutoi1 siibotl...
LIVE STOCK MARKETS. St. Arnaud, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 February 1914
LIVE, SIT'OKU MARtlKETi?, lit, Arnaud, 'Thursday, Mlosers, , , M'Koohnlu and (Jo, report .. The total yardings were-3,11h8or stortheep, i8 fat ehelep and lambl and 17 attlel, The attendance woe below the average, and the demand for store Oheell was torilined to fresh conditioned lota, anything en the thnl or old side hoving little attediti,, 'at sheep uand lalnbs -A short yarding, and )riocs easier, Cattle,---Only hoalft'dcientlots penned, whioh mtad? about late rates, No dcemand for sltores, Prilo Ito ewes, nice oni, dltion, and in lamb to Lin. ramrn, mtde 16/21 3 and 4 yr old x aInd b oewvs, good condition and in lamub to [Lioaster rams, 1I/ to 16/g 3, 4 and a lfw 5 ye old, 13/0 to 14/1 4 and 6 yr old, low condition, 11/3 ; fairly grown z weaners, 11/10 ; 1lrio x owes and wre, 1(1/9 to 17/; it wIC, 14/ to 16/; m ewes, ll I p, inio lainbo, 14/10 to 17/ l: others, trnm l0I primo cows and heifers, £7/1 to £7/7 ; Igt weight liifers, £1/l) veo yarded-033 store eheep, 48 flt bhobrp andI...