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ST ARNAUD PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
S'T ARIAUI) PROIJUCR M1 fK1AIKF t, 'r, Idwt1trde i'pnrti :-- Wn'1, t 3/6 to J14. Otd, 1/7 to 1/9, Pelts, 3Jd told per lb.I Iambs, to 13 per lb, f rabbit, 631 hides, 4d to Oi'1.
CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
ULEAHINU SbALE. Mlaeta, Thomas Morrow and Uo. rUOMrt hsiniAi hold a suocceafl cloerlig asle it Kooreli outhl on aoonuot of Mr, W. \I'rk Inaon 01 W\odsuday last, Thr attienddinc wva very largo, buyer'e ootniitg froii long dil' tance, Evory lot was soli at very stlsfaltotY prioce, Followinlg Ra' ol0111, of thle IotatlloO --.4 year olil golli'gi, £24/101 8 year ld Io,, l£28/10 d ro, do, InIAt I , f.); Iharve'sigr £936; binier, £ ;i drill, E 19'2 ; dli1 cultivalri I£9 wiaggoiu, X.8/10; Iorewvotli.k1 Andl Oh 1' iitter, ý0 ; atal k of hay, £27/10; t.eri'o iad comeback . v.l own i, mi ld Age, 11/3, l111a! Inea and utlnries sollb t lt ull vluc1, 1 1. . . I
PRODUCE MARKETS. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
P'tOlUlU l:i Ml,' ~ Li H. iv1*i (elbatiW 1tit IaIK, \Vnol.-- :alo e tvlct ndl~ull d ill tltla llltkt li on \Vcdntasday, 2iirii l,'uhtrui y, arr ei (ii torval of tiirao wudvo. ('0ioI)Jtitiu I' 1i 7 keen, and oo00111)ht1 with oliti (i1110 biogit cling ci the mtonth, Iprioh llor o)tIl irteI hOWO(1d oIn lIdvauIo of of fI't I ifelrior wools gliowed n10 ohhlle, iLttiurjdu ot to ethin log at January pnity. T'he btulk of (iL otreoay wool woe tI'lunl ((C \eokttlt~e tO(1 Boi)Iroida for the contineinent, Nhetpkis0k' Avorago eu lfpli0e tee0 lrougit IoltI tih week. Iltildnlge wrce Iritk, ind lfr ill ?dll grown orothirti pulte th)UIH t1.11 L vait 'etr '44 to f per 1b i tl e ,-- nit1 !tlor wvero ouoblttuul ti hilt ltiiiK ttl' oeinlt Cotilowtitiou wvan kooi i tiel all wviihten 0nd the inu~rkul, foriiilnodt1 nu ll ijotI lines ril1d itI por lb. in cotlo oi' hevotl 'tallow., .'it ,s sup~ply of talltow at Weijdttoeey ao tiit~l 840 a setii of mlttlerahto ox telt, inylcyni Wrt in 11ull Fttviiilaeto, and ...
DATES OF COURTS. FOR YEAR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
DATES OF OOURTSI, FOR YEAR 1914, The following are thoe fixiture for the boldlng of courts at St, Arnaud durlog 1914:-- SUIREMIE COUIIT, Tuesdsy, 12th May, Tuesday, 10th Novomboer, COUNTY COURt' ANItOENEIRAIL SE881ONI, Tuoesdy, 21b April, Thursday, 13th Auguet., Tuesday, 13th Ootober, Wednesday, 'tt I)eombor, Oriminal-..D ily, ivil atnd -,icensing-The Polki Magistrate will sib on alternate Fri days, commoncing from 9/1/14,, C111 busiueae will be conduoted in tbho other week on TuQJtiky,
LIBERAL SOLIDARITY. SELECTING SENATE CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
LIBERAL 8OLIDAl~ITY, SELEOTING SENATE OANDI. DATES, There is every indication that the groat political battle is ab hand, The lash Issue of the " Worker," which is the tnmot i fluontial of a!1 the Labor organs, contained little of any con. equence save repeoat d calla to arms, Again and again, on this page and on that, it warned members of the Labor party that they must be in their places ready to fight, determined to win, There is little doubt that the reply will be prompt ; the party has its first line, four hundred houoand adult unionists, who may be regarded as regulars, and behind themn it has its vo'unteere, Hippily it is likely thate solidarity will b3 secured in the Liberal camp. The thru~ Liberal leagueo have united to selecto candidates for thesix Senate seats which will be vacant when the Double Dissolution comes, The arrangements made for the selcotion of the six are necessary under the party oyatrm forced on Anutralia by Labor, Etch of the throw leagues--Atho Women's Na...
RACING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
LACING, Jho A'ooa annual reaces resulted : Trial Handioap-- ilmuir 1, Qnata 2, Morri Boy 3, Flyingl Handicap. Bonheur 1, Ohapote 2, Open lHandl coap Trob--Lofty 1, Ostler Lad 2, Darkie 3, Avooa Handicap--Lidy Morals 1, LIst Dream '2, 00, 3, Stowarda' Cup-Morri Boy 1, Onata 2, Cootrol 3, Town 1landiocap--3onhour 1, Obapoto 2, Kilmuir 1 Pony 1nc', -Morridaloe 1, Silverhill 2, Ei?dadal 3 Weolter Handioap--Nyika 1, 0,0, 2, Last Dreoam 3, Theo Autumn racing campaign at Plomington wa oomtnmenced on Satur. lay under very favorable conditions, Tho principal race of the afternoon, the Nowmarket Handicap, and for which thoro weoro 35 aceoptors, was won by Touwit, who utartrd at 20 to 1 againet, Older ran second, and Aleoonuor third, Tho time for the raooe (six furlonga) was 1 win, 13k seco, The other races reoaulted :-Hurdloe---Darrawa, 1; Tho Vet, 2; Light Balladt, 3, St. Leger Stakeos-Radnor, ! ; Andelosia, 2 ; Monodia, 3, Sires' Produeoo Stakos Wooraklr, 1; Andoeineo, '1; Fidollo, 3, Esaen...
LOCAL TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
LOOAL TELEPHONE EXX OCANGE. LIST OF SUBISORIBERS. NAME, No. Avery, Mrs. A. ,F ... ,. 87 Bank of Now South Wales .., 77 Bank of Victoria ... ... 7 Bennptt, Dr. J. H, ,,, 27 Boll & Lorlner ., .. 14 Blakeloy, A. B, ... .. 66 Blonoowp, F. 0, , ,... 66 Blsls, W. R.... ., ... 61 Borouch Offices, Ton Hall ... 61 Bray, 0. ..., .., 64 Bray, Los. ... .. ... 91 Broene, MIsa ... .. 104 Broadbent Bros. .,, ., 42 Cemetery ... .. ,, 69 Olover, F, P. .. ... 34 Oookburn, 0. A. .t,, . 81 Cooper, R. J. ,,, ,, 68 Convent of Moray .. ... 45 Oougle, A. J. (with extension to private house) ,,, ,,, 11, Crone, Jas, .., .,. .. 37 Daroy, Mrs. ,., , ,,, 89 Davison, Rev, . W ... ... 67 Davies, F E. ... .. 44 Diekinson, R. ... ... Dlvola, A, . .. .. 81 Doyle, Rev. 0. ,., .. 23 Dunkloy, H, W, (offioe) ,, 3 Dunkley, H. W. (residence) ... 17 Dunlop, Mrs. P. A, ,,, 97 Edwards, UI, ' . . ... 6 Edwards, H. T, (private honse),,, 8 Edwards, Emily ,, ,, 35 Estate A, Giloe (with extension to Mrs. A. Giles' reilden...
OTHER PLACES CONNECTED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
OTIIEI1 PLACES CONNECTED, The local exohange is eonneoted with the tollowing pleooc, tihe lharges foL ooave sations being asU under: Firest Every additional 3 minutes, 3 minutes, Bealilba ,,. 4d ,. 3d Du)nolly ,, 6d ., 6d Cope Cope ,.. 3d .. 3d hiMaryborough 8d ,., d Cirlebrook ,, 1/ ., 9d Newetoad ,. 1i Od Majoroa ,,, 1/ ., 9d Bung Bong .. 11 .- 9d Avooa ,. II 9l1 D)onald ,., 4d 3d lttehfleld .. 6d .. 6d Maesey 8d .. 6d Wateheti , 8d ,.. Od Morton platus 1/ .,. Od lllrohp , / .,, Od Klnnabullah 11 9d T'albot ,. 1/ .. ld Ciuhoa ... Otl i.arnegulla ,,, 6d Lionelly .,, 6d Od Newbidrgoe I ., 9d luglewood .. ".. 9d Moolorr ,., 2d . 2d Ioealey'e Bridge 2d . 2d Trottiugton ,, 2d .ý1 2d Wlnjallok 4d 3d Paradiseo . 3d ,. 3d Navarre ld ., d Landeborough 8 ' , 64 Joel Joel .. 8d ,. 6d Stawoll ,. 1/ .., Od Melbourne ,, 1/10 1l14 Ballarat , 1/14 ,. Uoeloug ,., 11lO ...
NEW POSTAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
NEW POGTAL IATES. Tho now postal ratoos, Inoluding POnny postago on letters, oauie into foro on the let of MBay, The reduced rates are as follow : TIIHROUGHOUT COBMMONWEALTHi AND PAPUA, Lotters, id per jj oz, Letter oards, singlo, ld each, Do,, reply, ld each half, Post oards, single, id oach, Do,, reply, id each half, Printod papers, 0hd per 2 oz, Books, printOd--outeide Australia, 0id per 4 oz, ; In Australia, 0ýcd per 8 oz, Magazines-Printod in Australia, 0 d per 8 oz, ; printed outsido Australia, 0 d per 4 o.z, "Hansard," Od po 12I oz, Commorolcial papoers, pattertns, sample, and meorchandise, Id per 2 oz, OVER8EA DOMINIONS, Lettors from the Commonwmealth to the United Kingdom, ovoroea dominlons, Britislh ooloneloo and proteootorates, except the New Hebrldes, id per j oz, NEW 1ZEALAND AND TH E ISLANDS 'iho ratos to Now Zealand, Nljl and British Solomon Islandts are:Le Letters, Id ? oz, Post cardo, single, id, Do,, reply, Id aoch half. Letter oardo, singleo, id, Do., reply, Id ea...
MINING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
MINING ITeMS., Pyreneoe, ? edbanlr, 2(;tt.--42Mt level: S. drive to V91ft ; 121n lanminted stone, payable.o, Inteornimedliate drive to 10ift from reO i. 1i1n laminatod Htono payable, Riae up lift, Puzzle Flat Gold Minlnm Comnpany, No Liabllity, loaliba, IFebruary 26th.-Ex. ernded plat from eih?a to a dletanco of 23ft in good worlking country,
Told In His Own Way. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
Told In His Own Way, A colored man named Bob Toe' hllns was on trial before an Aums justice for assault. Old Uncle Mose was one of the leading witnesses for the State, 'T'he main point was whether or not Tomklnu had given any provocation to bring on the row, "Now, tell this jury all you Iknow about the affair," said the justice, "Kin I tell the jury all I know In mlly own way?" askedl o0l osMe. "Yes; tell the jury what you know In your own way," "Gemu'mens ob (10do jury, you aml de meanecst lookin' crowd uber I seed----" "Stop!" bawled the attorney for the State, "Your Honor will Incarcerate the witness for contempt of court!" howl. ed the attorney for the lprisoner, The foreman of the jury got up and asked the court to protect the jury from insult, "Witness, if you insult the jury again I shall certainly resort to ex tremo measures." "I'm not going to consult nobody ef you don't interfere wid me," said old Muose, sullenly,. "Proceed." "Gem'mens ob do jury, you am de meanest.loolkin...
TRAIN SERVICE. ST. ARNAUD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
TRAIN 8ERVIOE, ---41- ST, ARNAUD TO MELBOUIRNE, Loaves 7,36 a,m, daily, arrives 3,05 p.m, Fast train loaves 4 p,m. daily, aerivu at 10 pnm, on Mlondays, Wedneadays and Fridaya, and at 10,55 pm on Tdesdayr, 'T'lursdaya and Saturdays, MIIELBOURNE TO ST', ARNAUD, Loaves 6,40 a,m, daily, arrives at 3,.9 p.m, Fsat train leaves 5,16 pm. dallg, strl?er at 1130 p.m. MOTOR TRAIN, Loaves Maryboroaugl daily at 8,40 s.,l arriving at St., Arnaud at 10.30 a.m. Loaven St, Arnaud on return at 12.15 p m, daily for Maryborough, arriving it 2,.17 p.m.
GRANTS FOR RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
RANTS FOR RESERVES, Mr, J, W, oennington, M.L.A, in oponoo to reprosentations made by iiw, hao beeoon informed by tihe Minluter ir Lands that granto have been made e own the vote for public parka, gardl us, d ad other reserves for the current year, a follows : King GeorgCe's Pdrk, : Sb, Arnaud ,,, 50 Town HIall oReserve, St., Aruaud ,,, 10 Moonanibel ,,, 10 LTndaborough ., 10 Tr'aynor'u Lagoon ,,, 10 3nalib, ,.. .., 10 Danolly ... ... 10 Tirnagulla,,.. ... 10 Betley and Middle Bridge ,, 10 A condtlition of the grant in each satance is that the local ioaidenta ball raiso and expand half as much as be amount allocated by the Govern nent.
FIVE RARE METALS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
FIVE IJARE METALS, There are five rare metals in the so. Called platinum group--rhiodiunl, osmi. um, palladium, iridium, and ruthenium., Rhodium resists the action of clihemi cals remlarkably, acids, that dissolve gold and platinum having no effect upon it, It is used for crucibles, Os aium is the heaviest of tile metals, onee sixth heavier than gold, Iridium is one of the hardest of metals, a(l is oxtensively used in the maklting of points for gold pens. All these rare and costly metals, says an American authority, aro obtained mecrely as by. piroducts in the refining of platinuml, and tho world~supply is controlled by oeo firm in London,
TENNIS. DONALD V. AVON PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
TENNIS, DONALD V. AVON PLAINS. Ttafma repreuenting the abovo oluba played a match at Donald on Wedn'u. day, a pleasant aeriee of amieu being won hy tho home team. Score :- Miaa D. Lane and hiro, Urothora (1)) hoat Miosao Boon and DI)ow, 6-3 Mioaea V. Lane and L. Pearoe (D) IoH? to Miauoe Walker and OCampbell, 6j-4 ; O'Brien and Miesa V, Lie (D) beat Dow and Mio I)jw, 6--1, 6-0; Oolby and Mis' L, Poarao (D) bohat Boon and Mioo Walker, 6-3, 6-=; Hannah and Mror, Crolhe (D) eato OCimpbell and blaa D)ow, 6--4, 6--1 ; Miuoeo V. Lane and L Pearee (D) lit to Miaeoo Boon ad Walker, 3--6; Calhoun and Misa D, Lane (D) bonat Campbell and Miaa Boon, t.?3, 6-5 ; Calhoun and Miso D, Line (D) boeat Campbell and Mios Dow, 6-3,
FIXING A DOCTOR'S FEES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
FIXING A DOCTOI'S P:EI ?i, Should a doctor have a itixed scale or charges, or is It even possilble? Doctors, as a whole, agree that it is not possible. We phyiciianl (observes one of the profession) are not to be classed with manufacturers or tiraders, Do they over give away anllything? A large part of our practice Is charity. Our services are Ilhumanitarian, like those of t?o clergy; theY are often priceless, a(nd cannot be baltanced on a scale of pounds and shillilngs, In the worlds of all eminent surgeon, the fixing of a fee correctly is a talent which is either bori in a nmal or only learned after long experience, 'IThe phylsician should en(leavor to ascer, taln the patient's clrcumstancee, lie can thus be in a position, knowing as he does the gravity of the operation or its triviality, to say what the elper. atlon is worth to the patient, Thrli physician is necessarily the better judge of the two, The possession of great wealth ear ries with it heavy obligations, it is said, an...
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
OOUhSINO. Deleeatoe of No, 29 diotriob of the N.,0 0, met at Maryborough on Frlday night, when dates wore fixed for varione neets during the forthooming saeoon, The t, Arnaud dates are i-May 13Ab, June 22nd and 23rd, July 22ud, August 12th, and September 2nd. Mr, B, Green has been reelecoted president of tho Oharlton Enclosure Coursing Olub, Mr, J, W, Nolan will oontinue to oarry out the eooro tarial duties, the remuneration for whioh has boeen fixed at 10 per ont,, on the gross receipto, Tho club haso declded to purohaso hares for otocking the plumpton, the price to be paid being 15/per brace, It is not antioi pated that many hares will be required, as there are about 70 in the enoclosuro at tho preosent time,
[?]Y DON'T YOU? [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
Why don't you answer your frlenid's fotter at once? It will have double value If written lro!)utly, and will take no moro time now thaln byanid, by. Why don't you make the lpromnised visit to that invalid? Shie is looking for you day after day, and '"hople do. ferred maketh the heart icklc," Why don't you send away that little gift you've been Dlannina to eond? Mere kind itentlons never aceon. .plish any good. Why don't you speak out the en. couraglng words that you have in your thoughts? Unles you express them they are of no use to others, Why don't you try to lhar o lhe bur. (len of that sorrowful one that works bhcide you? Is it because yell are growing ellluih? Why don't you create al'rounl yeou all atniosphiere of Ihalppinecs anld helpful nles, so that all who come ill touch with yeou may he mlade better? Is not this poslblo?
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 4 March 1914
BEREAVEMENT CARD. MR. & MRS. WILLMOTT and Family return sincere THANKS to their many kind friends for letters, telegrams, and floral tributes (particularly the State School children for their floral design) of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement. &nbsp; North-Western Road, February 1914, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1914.