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SHIRE OF KARA KARA. DATES OF COUNCIL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 February 1914
SHIRE OF KARA KARA. DATES OF COUNCIL MEETING The Krara Kara Shire Coounil will meet on the following dates : Marqh -,.. ... ... 12 April ... .. ., 9 May ... ,,. ... 7 June ... ..., , . 4 July . ,. ... 2 August ... *. 6 September .., ,, 3 October .,. ... ... 1 October ,, ,,, ,,, 29 Dqjember .. ,,, 3
RAINFALL. A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 February 1914
RAINFALL. A COMPARAT1ViVE STAT'IA MIC'NT. - I 1910 loll 1912 1913 1914 Janu .,. 1'74 '11 .05 '03 0'47 rob, ,... 06 5.73 107 17 l M~arol 4'12 I'61 *1UD 21'9 April,.. '28 '16 '37 150 May ... 3,05 '205 '96 2,24 June,,, 2'10 2'74 2'20 1'07 July .,. 3807 1145 :307 1'01 Auguet 1'82 '61 1'46 160 Sept,,. 2'85 3'13 4'11 `10 Out. ,,, 1'13 112 0'44 1 '80 Nov..., 1'09 '06 J4 i 0'38 De.o ... ,50 1'36 301 O06'2 T'l in. lI 2307 ! 19'2 1 18-54 I 16'10
NEW POSTAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 February 1914
NEW POSTAL RATES. The new postal rate?, lnclding penny poetage on lottero, oame into force on the let of May, The reduood rates are as follow : THROUGHOUT COMMONWEALTH AND PAPUA. Letters, Id per ý oz, Lotter cards, ainglo, id oach, Do., reply, id each half. Pout cards, singlo, Id each, Do., reply, 1d each half. Printed papors, O0d per 2 oz, Books, prlntod--outoldo Australia, Old per 4 oz,; in Australla, Old per 8 oz, Magazinos--Printed in Aunstrafla, 0ld per 8 oz. ; printed outside Australia, 0 d per 4 oz, "Hansard," Old per 12 oz. Commeoroial papore, pattorno, sample, and morohandise, Id per 2 oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS. Lotters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea dominions, British colonies and protootorates, oxooept the Now Hebrides, Id per t oz, NEW ZEALAND AND THE ISLANDS tho rates to New Zealand, l'ijI and British Solomon Islands are : Lettors, Id ) oc. Post cards, single, ld, Do,, reply, Id each half. Lotter cards, single, Id. Do., reply, Id each half. Magazines, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 February 1914
TIME IS THE TEST. 'Th teat of time is what tells the tale, "A new broom sweops alean," but will it ,. watr well" Is what interests most, The publio Ioon find out when misrepresentations are mtllde, and merit alone will stand the test of time, I'Pople oppreocite moar, and years ego local people publioly endorsed )oan' llseokache Kidney Pills ; they do so still, Would a woman make the statemonts which tollows unless couvinced that the artiolo was just as represented A ours that lasts Is the kind that every sufferer from kidney pill" is lookiog for. Mire, T. Ebbles, Elgin Street, unnolly, Ali,:-' 1 Sonme monthe ago I caught a severe chill, which fl.w to lily kiduoey, and, as a result, I sufflred agony from backache. 'Tho pun was particularly trying when attending to my household duties, as every movement seemed as if a knife was boing stuck into me. When I stooped the agony was almost unbearable, and I could hardly stand ep agaiu without aseltrance, I was recommoended by several tticul...
WOOL SALES. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 February 1914
WOOL SALES. Melbourne, Thursday, The closing sales for the season were held In Melbourne on Wednesday, There was a large attendance, and competition was keen for all deorilptlons of proiey, whioh were quoted from par to 5 per cent, above the highest rates of the season. The sales in. cluded-WBUi over L (WV . . ilodgette) xbd 19od London, Feb. 23. Artials for the second series of wool sales comprise 350,000 bales, Diroot to manu. Isoturere at home and abroad 210,600 bales have been forwarded, and the quantity available is 141,000 bales.
MELBOURNE. A STUDY IN PERSONALITY. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 February 1914
MELBOURNE, --4-- (From our own Coresepondent), A' STUDY IN PIRIONALITY, A late toem of Federal political news induces us to crose over from State Parllameon House to tho abiding place of the Commonwealth legislature, Here we may have a short interview with the Postmaster. General, who has eignified his iutention to retire from active political life, But notjustyot awhile, Mr, AgarWynne is not the stamp of man to resign a poet on the eve of battle, He is not of the material of which cowardly " quittero" are made, He has promised to fight on as a Minister until the double dissolution is secured, after which Parliament is to know him no more as a member, Mr. Wynne's loss to publio life will be felt by the Liberal party, As a member of the State Legislature he did good work, while since his translation to the Federal sphere he has always been strongly in evidence, Ago is, however, telling on the Postmaster General just as it has an unfortunate knack of doing with overyono, Mr. Wynne tel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 February 1914
5poo151 &dvoreiloments 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 now Winter Goode. MILLINERY, COSTUMES, and FANCY GOODS at lose than Melbourno coat prices, Sample Book to Hand containing all the latest and newoest samples of TWEEDS and COATINGS. Gents l havo no hesitation in leaving your order for Suito. Fit and Style Guaranteed. Prices Moderate,. BEST VALUE IN THE DISTRICT ALWAYS OBTAINABLE AT MARTIN P. KELLY, Cash Family Draper, Napier-St lur r yp And take advantage of BAIRD & HOGAN'S Summer Sale. Here are a few lines to command attention 34.inoh Tussore Silk, 3/6, 2/11; reduced to 2/11, 2/6 Boys' 3 Piece Tussorotto Suits; sizes 7, 8, 11, 12, were 12/6, 13/6 ; nlw, 9/11 Boys' Straw Boaters, sold readily at 4/6; now 2/11. 72 inch Stripod Verandah Ticking, 2/3 yard 72 loch Duck, with blue stripe, suitable for verand...
JUST WHAT YOU NEED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 February 1914
JUST WHAT YOU NEED. Laxo.tonio Pills can be taken at all times and under all conditions by both young and old alike without the slightest risk, and withoub danger of unplaosant after.elfooto, Laxo.Tonio Pills aeslot the prooosooe of nature, give rolioh to the food, removing exhaustion, elok headaoho, and many other aihlmonte, Laxo.Tonio Pillo are a popular pill at a popular prico, Obtainab!o at if, T. lEdwardo,
RHEUMATISM. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 February 1914
II?UMATISM. Dr. Sheldon'a Magootio Liniennt removes more oases of rhaomtlstem every year than all the eo.oalled rhoumatlemi mollolnes oom" blued, It will penetrate to your very bones, and soothe and subdide the alu, l'ho frab *ppIloatlon will relieve, and continued use will bring? bout marvllone resulte, Prioe, 110 and 3/, Obtainable everywl~re,
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 February 1914
MARRIAGES. ABER-MOORE. -On the 3rd February, by the Rev. F. E. Wellard, William Frederick Aber, eldest son of Mrs. Aber, to Harriett, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore, "Oak- hampton," St. Arnaud. DEATHS. PATTERSON.-On 26th February, 1914, at St. Arnaud, Elizabeth Ann, relict of William Storlor Patterson, of St. Ar- naud. Aged 78 years. The Funeral will leave deceased's late residence, Dundas-street, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 4 p.m., for the St. Arnaud Cemetery. A. E. H. PREECE, Undertaker ('Phone 38). SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1914. &nbsp; &nbsp; SATURDAY rrEBiUARY 28. 1014.
OBITUARY. MRS. ELIZABETH A. PATTERSON. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 February 1914
- 4 --- OBITUARY, MRS. ELIZABETH A. PATTER- SON. Another of the old residents of this district has passed away in the person of Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Patterson, relict of William Storler Patterson. De- ceased, who had attained the advanced age of 78 years, died on Thursday from a general break-up of the system &nbsp; &nbsp; after many years of suffering. She was born in County Cork, Ireland, and came out to Australia 69 years ago. She had lived 36 years in St. Arnaud. Much sympathy is expressed for the family in the lose of a loving mother. Deceased was a member of the Pres- byterian Church. The family are Mrs, Nicholls, Maryborough; Mr. E, P, Walsh, St, Arnaud; Miss Isabel M. Patterson, St. Arnaud ; Mr. John W. Patterson, St, Arnaud. The funeral is announced to take place this after- noon, leaving deceased's late residence, Dundas-street, at 4 o'clock for the St. Arnaud cemetery.
NAVARRE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 February 1914
NAVARRE, '---+-~ (From a Correspondent.) The "Rainbow Fair " which was held on the 11lth and 12th inst., in aid of the Presbyterian Church debt extinction, was opened by Mr, T. E. Pennington, J.P,; of Paradise, In the unavoidable absence of his brother, Mr, J. W, Pennington, M.L.A. The weather couditions were splendid. At the hour appointed for the opening ceremony, Mr. Coon led the way to the platform in company with Mr. T, and Miss Pennington and the two sec. retaries, Mr. Pennington proved a most excellent substitute for his brother, and, in an appropiate and pleasing speech, de- clared the Fair opened, Little Olive Rickard, on behalf of the ladies committee, presented Miss Pennington with a beauti. ful bouquet with rainbow color streamers attached, The hall, which had been transformed for the occasion by a bevy of willing workers, presented a very pleasing and picturesque appearance, and was the subject of favorable comment by the large crowds who attended. Great praise is due t...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 28 February 1914
LOCAL AND GENERAL. - -+--o--. The Kara Kara Shire Council and Water. worki Trust luvite tenders for a number of work#. Mr. Stan, Bray, of Sb. Arnaud, hba j lined the ranks of looa Imotoriste, having purchaeod a inagle-seatod Metz oar, of 22 h.p. Tenders are invited by Mr. Randall Edward. for the removal of a lour-roomed house at Gre Gre North, A defendant at the leautofrt polion court, U. O. Tucker, was fined £10, with £1 costs, on a charge of having failed to extinguish an open air fire at Raglan West on 17th lust, Reildent. of lBoalibs, through the medium of their Parliamentary representativo, Mr. ,. W. Pennington, M.L,A,, havo submitted a request to the Minister of Water Supply far ariletanco to olean and enlargo the storage ftoillties In that town. The funeral of the late Mr Charles Baldwin took place on Wedneaday afternoon, the body being buried in the St. Arnaud oametery. Theprooesiion included members of the G.U.O.O.F. The Church of England service was read by the Rov. J. W. ...
TAKE WARNING, GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
TAKE WARNING, GIRL8. Cupid is always painted with wings, perhaps to show how easily he can fly away, Many wonmen forget this once they are mnlarried, and tlhe man who fell In love with his wife because before lmarriage, shei allways loolked so dainty and well gr'oomed, is some. times woefully disappointed to find how little care she takes over her ap. pearallce for ordinary, everyday oc. casions afterwanrds, It Isn't fair to any husband to let oneself go in th's way, If you do, and lind that Cupid flies out at tie wiindow, you will have only yourself to blame,
Language Failed. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
LanUuago Filed, A eostertnougor, while trundlling hia groengrocery cart down a street, waa run into by a motor-car, I'he coater'a barrow wau brokeno and ita cargo ncat. torted all over thlo road. 'Tho chtauffeur, coining back to set tie for tho damage, expected to tre Coivo a volley of cho?co "lanigwidge," But the coster, surveying hiu ruined property, gasled;: "Guv'nor, thero ain't no word to, It!"
The Very Latest. Melbourne, Tuesday evening. PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
The Very Latest. Melbourne, Tuesday evening, PRODUCE MARKETS, Wheal,.-Markot quiotpr, 3/101 to 3/10j; Apri'-Juno, 3/11b, Tho London markob is cabled oaeikr, aind Liverpool unclehangod, lour, £9, Oatu, 1/10 bo 1/11 Chaff, £31/10, Hay, £ /10, Potatooeg, £3 to £3/5, Ooionu, E6I/5 to £6O10,
THE DEFENCE FORCES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
THE DEFENOE FORCES, IN appointing an Inspector.General for the forces of the King's Dominions beyond the seas the Imperial Govern. ment has made a move likely to bear good fruit, Sir Ian IHamilton is eminently qualified to fill the position, He has had a lone and varied experience in all branches of military work, He saw fighting very soon after he had jointed the Imperial Army, and gained rapid and high promotion by his own merits, In the South African struggle he was placed in comminld of the body of troops which Lord Roberts welded into a separate army corps because its component parts came from the colonial portions of the Empire, This body con eisted of about 30,000 men, embracing all brancheo of the service, A large portion of them wore recruited in South Africa, but many thousands came from Australia, Canada, Now Zealand, and other dependencies. Sir Ian Hamilton has not only had this expsrience in the field, but he has spent many years in what may be called the administrative...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
LOCAL AND C3* NEPIAL Aooounts are at the aub.treaasiiry form-A, Ryan, A, J, Cougla and the St, Arnoud Borough Counoil, Meosrs, Baird and Hogan, drapers, an. nounoa the arrival of the first paroel of now aittaint goodse, Rating by.law No, 9, of the Shire of Kara Kara Waterworks Trust, is published in our advertising columns, It is notified in anothor oolumn that all aocounts owing to the late Edward Edeleten, of St, Arnaud, must be paid by the let of April, The annual meeting of members of the St, Arnaud Agrtocultural Sooiety is advwr. tisod to be held in tihe Town Hall, St., Arnamud, on Thursday, 26th Marlh, at 3 p.m, The "Australian Journal" for Mlaroh contains another Interesting instalmont of Marcus Clarke's famous Australian story, " His Natural Life.o," The other reading matter in the publicaotion is bright and ttratolive. Mr. A, A, Abotomey, the well.known eyesight speolalist, will be in St. Arnaud to. day and romorrow when hlie may be consulted at the Maunchester Arms Hotel o...
LOGAN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
LOGQAN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. The final matches of the Logan Die. triot Association wiro played on latur. lay, The gameso throughout the season have been very keenly conteoted, and the teams have boeen evenly matohod, Kooreb, with 8 wine, 2 drawn and 2 losaoes, are the premiers of tho association, The sooring in the Fentou'-.Kooreh matcoh on Saturday was very low-the bowlers having a day out, The eooroa were FIVNTON'I? CRIU?., W, \Valkor, b Smith ... ... 7 A, Finch, b Smith ,,,,,. 0 J, Kollet, b Moore ,. .., 2 V. Coflin, b Smith ,,,... 1 A, Stepohenson, o Moore, b Smlth 5 E. Stephonson, o Smith, bMoore 2 J. Martin, b Smith .., ... 0 U. Finch, not out ,,,,,, 2 W, Finch, b Moore ,,,,,. 0 8undrlies ..,,..... 2 Total (for 8 wickets) ,,, 21 Bowllng,--W. Smith, 5 wlokets for 8 runs ; E, Moore, 0 for 4; W, Moore, 3 for 7' KOOIBE, O, Millatr, a A, Prootoe (sub.), b Stephenson ,,,,,, . ,, 53 W, Moore, c and b Stophenson 0 A. Proctor, run out .... ... 0 E. Moore, a Finoh, b Coffin ,,, 2 J. Pro...