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TRAIN SERVICE. ST. ARNAUD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

TRAIN 8ERVIOE, ST, ARNAUD TO MELBOURNE. Loaves V.36 a,m, daily, arrlvou 38,55 p.m. Fast trealn leaveyu 4, p.m. dlaily, arrives at 10 pm, on Mondays, Wodnosdays and Fvldaye, uand at 10.55 p.m on T'uosdays, Thursdays and Saturday., MELBOURNE TO tAT, ARNAUD), Loaves 6,40 am, dally, arurlvn st 3,2 p,nl, p.m. Fast train lebavoe 5.16 p.m. dlly, arrlvea at 11,30 p.m. MOTOR TRAIN; Leoaves Maryborough dally at 8.40 a.m, arrlving at St, Arnaud at' 10,36 a.m. Leoaves St, Arnaud on roturn no 1,15 p m. daily for Maryboroughl, arrlving at ,17 p.m,

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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MELBOURNE. BUSY PRIME MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

MELBOURNE. (rom our own COorrespondont), JUSTY 5RfIMLE MINISThIt, Mr. Joseph Cook is just now a par tloularly busy man. Tihe canlls on his time are so great that he must some times wish thab, like Sir Boyle Roohe's bird, he could be in two placee at the one time. It is fortunate for the Prime Minister that he is a fairly healthy and obrong man, Otherwise he would find hise insooseant traveolling between Mal bourne and Sydney very trying, Mr. Cook is, howover, indefatigable in the performance of hsl Ministorial and Party dubieso, From Melbourne to Mount Gambler to addroeu a Liberal meeoting, thenceo to Cautorton, and on to Melbourne to ocatch the exproeo to Sydnoy the same afternoon is jubst a samplo of the itinerariooes that are con tinually being prepared for the honorable gentleman, "It is a good thing for me," remarkod the Prime Ministor on one oooasion, "that I do not belong to any industrial union, for I should oertainly hbe haled up and fined for flagrant breaches of the over ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

SpooSal MAvo1nlomotnt BR AY'S Special Lines for this Week Lace Curtains, lovely patterns, shop soiled, from is 6d One Piece Robes in Cambric Muslin and Prints at 2s 11d. Neat designs and patterns. Shop Soiled Shirts at is each. Remnants of every deserip tion at prices which must clear. A. RITCHIE, Local Agent for the South Australian Woollen Mills, Desires to notify the publio that he has juet opened a full range of Onkaparinga Rugs at 27s 6d, 29s 68d, 35s, 55s, 57s Od, 65s, 84s, And White and Colored Blankets. Mean' esnglo and double.broaoted OVERCOATS iu groat variety, Men's Troneere, FhInnol Shirts anrd up to-date suite, MANUFAOTUIREEDI FROM AUSTRALIAN WOOL, MARTIN P. KELLY'S ANNUAL SUM]YIER SALE NOW ON And will contlnue to the end of the month, Discount on all cash purchases, Reductions in all departments Summer Stock tmust go in order to make room for now Whitor Goodse, MILLINERY, COSTUMES, and FANCY GOODS at lees than Melbourne coat prlooe, Sample Book to Eland containling all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

,iONEiTI i" RECOMMENDEDL. To anyone aouloring from diarrhoea I oan honestly reoomnlend Chlamberlanlu'e Uollo '?d Disrrhoeao lIomedy ns being tlihe moat aitlsfactory remedy on the marketo," writese !Mr, . C, Iooper, Wakoetiold, NZ, " I bha tried all aorta of mediaiuos bub have found nothing eu?al to Ohar berlaiu's Collo ad Diarrhoea (emedy." Sold by all etore. Ieepere, WOOL SALES. Lonidon, March 3, The acoond aori?e of London Colonial wool sales opened to.day with an exceptionally largo attendance of Homoa ad Contlinental buyera, and with Amnerio alao well repre. sented. 'riceo realiseld sbhowed a decaidoled improvement, Merinos diaolosed a rico of 7} per enut,, as compared with closing rates at the January aeria, and there wa a similar dvanOOce in medium to fQue erosebredu, Corseaor qulitlea ruled 10 per cent, higher, and frequently exocedod thia level, F'rench and German buyero obtained the bulk of moitinoe, London, Maroch 4, There woas animated conmpetitioun at the wool sales to d...

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PRODUCE MARKETS. Geelong, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

PRtODUOCI MARKE'T . p oGelong, Wedneeday, fhteparc inam-No change to rzport, anti all offered met with good competirion at lost weik's ratos, (ront ekine-Nlrino and comebacks (full wools), fronm 90d to 114d each i 00are OroIslbPed (full woolf), from 84d to tIlid eachm ; opting lamb* tklns, emall to medium, 36if to 48d(; largo and aoporlor, froin 5.d to Gbd eanlh pelts, merino, omnll to modiumo, I18d to 42d ; largo and superior, 48d to ii4 ; cronebrede, emall to medinm, '2ff to 42d; largo and superior, 4 to 60( eaoh, I)iy sokine-hierino and omnoback (full woolo) from 79j to 3d per lhb. orosebrcde (full woolo), from 74:1 to 7V1 Ir Ib; opting lamubino, imorinoo, from 741 S7N i; oroesbrede, 6.di to 7d; peolt, moarino 0(d omooebaok, 13d to Ui d; croosbrodo, ri5d to 4d ;ahore Otfplos, I d to 61 ; dead an( reevily, 8)d to 4(d por lb. Ilideoe 'Aighat pricon poid for olean well conditioned Iotn, others unonhmangod, outhuora' greten ~idoaa heavy antI otounl, good asubtance, oIfl 76l to 7S3 pe...

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LOGAN STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

LOGAN STOUIK SALE. Mewer, Thomas Morrow and Co. report having held their monthly otook cale at Loqae on the 3rd inet,, when they yorded 094 store sheep and 68 fat eheep. The demand for weanera was keen,and any roesh late direct from peddocke sold well, Ewoe in lamb were neglected. We sold the bulk oftheyarding at the following quotations: '-Crossbred ani muerine W6eaner, good con0 dition, but not hIa, 1'2/ ; do, do, (10, emaIl, 10/8; mriano and aroeeehred Owes, from 4 tooth to foulty, in lamb to Lincolns, 12/7; fat merino wethere, 16/5: do. ao, medium (lutlity, 13/3 fat comeback ewes, 1./7, We sold for thl following vendors :-Meseotr J. Oaine, J, N, Stewart anad Thoe, Lyone,

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THE DEFENCE OF TABRIZ. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

TIHE DIEFENCE OF TABRIZ, The miost extraordinary episode in thle attemplt to raise a nationalist re. hellion in Persia was tlhe long siege of ''Tabriz by the Shah's forces, The Nationalists toolk chargo of the town and declined to recognise thie. Royal authorlity, and the Shah sent troops to brlng them to reason. There was lighting on the outskirts of the city, but it was of a desultory kind, and for a month or two Tabriz enjoyed its freedolm. The Royal forces would ad, vance andi would ie met by the Na tionalists, and would retire agaln, If the Nationalists had had the ability to followed up a victory they could soon have disposed of the Shah's troops, but neitiher side was inclined to force an attack home, and Tabriz was consequently in a state of siege for months. At length, with the ap. proeach of wintir, the townsp?eople reallsed that their position was not a hallppy one, because the Royalists conlS manded the available supply routes, and Tabriz understood tlhat it was to be st...

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CLEARING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

UCLEA~RING SALES. Mesrs. A., J. Simpson and Co. report having held an unreserved cloaring sale on Friday, February 97h, on account ot Mlr, Ja.s, Toblo, Gre Gro North, when a good attendancoe w.e present. Compati. lion was good, the following prieo beolng obtaiaed:;-Draught maro, 4 yre, £30110; draught mre., 86 yrs,. £27; medium draughts, £19/10 to £10; aged hor?ss, £4/10 ; eprirgere, £4171 ; m owes, U F, 16/; m waerse, 10/51, harvester, £33 ; do £10; wggon, £27; plow, £22; harrows, £4/5, drill, £8/10; reapoer and binder, £14/10. Harnees and sundry items had good competitton, Messrs. A. J. Simpsou and Co. report having held an unreserved alearing sale on Wedneeday, Maroh 4th, on account of Mlr, R, Edwards, Gro Ore North, A very good attendanoo weas present, the follow. log prices being realised to good conmptt. thn:-Draught gelding, 5 yrs, £31; de more, 4 yre, £27; dt gelding, 3 yre, £24; dt mare and fol, £291110; medium ds gold. 1og, £18; do, £10; do, £13 ; delivery mare, aged, £10/...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

0poolalM1A ttscmo~tu. __ae_ JAS. ROWE & SONS, BEG TO ANNOUNCE SPECIALS FOR FEBRUARY, Guns, Oartridges, and Shooting Requisites HOLLIS GUN, WITH CROSS BOLT, £6, Hollia Gun, with oroseo bolt and pigeon barrols, £7/10 Genulno Iollio Gunse, with ordinary fastener, £4/17/6i and £5/110 S Stevens' Stoglo harrol Oun, 22/0 Steovone' Single Barrel Gun, with automatio ejoctor, 251 Stovens' Singlo Barrel Gun, automatio ejeotor, Nitro, spoolal steeol barrel, 40/ and 45/ W, \V, Greener's " DI)ominton " lHammor U ?n, £10/10 W. W'. Greenor's " Empiro " Hummonrless Gun, £12/10 Bonchill Guns at all prices, A roeal bargaldo--lBonehill Gun, with arose bolt, a real boeauty at £4/17/6 S Clambrough and Johnstonu's Hammer Gune at £6/15 and £7/16 * Clarbrough and Johnaton'a Hamumerless (Gun, £11/15 * Marson's (English lnammorl?e Gun, £9/10 u CART1IU)G1,S CARTRII)GES CARTRIDGES Black Powder, loadod by Kynook's, 1/9 paokot " Aster " Smokeless Powder, beot valuo over imported, 2 packeot Kynock'o Job Ca...

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LIVE STOCK MARKETS. St. Arnand, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

LIVE STOCK MARKETS, St. Arnaud, Thuriday, Messrs, G. M'Kaohnle autd Co. report.: The total yardinga wore-1,270 store alsoop, 75 fat sheep and lambs, and 25 oattlo, Only a moderate yarding oame forward to a fair attendance of buyer., Tho sheep yarded were not euoh good quality as last week, but met a ready sale, anything in the way of young sheep selling extra well. Six and 8 t to ewes, good condition, mado 13/8 to lI/; x weanore, 12/4 and 12/ ; ob weaniore, l11/ ; aged m ewes, from 5/. Fatt heop,-A E nll yarding, which mInde late rates, Beat m wvro, 18/; others, to 17/1 ; fat x lambs (fair qualilt), 13/, Cattle--A small yarding Prtme heavy weluht bullooks, £11/10; in. ferlor light weight steers, £3/10 to £3/15 Oowe, to £0/7/6 ; newly'oalved cows, £5/6 store oows, £3/3, We yarded-745 store sheep, 59 fat sheep and lambi, and 18 cattle, and sold at quotatione-516 store sheep, 47 fat sheep ano lambs, 2 oat tl, as follows - 167 m ewes, R, Cairn ; 118 oh wcaners, W. Hill ; 127 x weanere, ...

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THE PREMIERS' CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

THE PREMIERS' CONFEREN0E THE approaching oonforoence of State Premiere may not be the moab impor. tant yet hold, but ib will certainly have possibilities that some of the provioue gatherings of the kind have not been conspiouous for, Tbia sl mainly be ouuse for almoob tho first time in the history of these meetinu? there is likely to be a fair degree of unanimity in the views of the Commonwealth and State Govornments, Mr, Cook leads a Liberal Ministry in the Federal arena. Liberal Governmento exist in four ot hhn sbeatsB. Thn Lahnr (rlhinntn whlnl. rule in Now boath Wanle and Weotorn Auestralia are as anxious to canoorvo State rightso as thebo Liberal Mizietries of Viotoria, Quoenoland, South Austra. lih and Toasmania, Mr, Hlolman, to give him bie due, hao never shown himself remiss in this reepect, IHe has, indeed, braved the terrors of his own party's discipline on this account on more than one oooesion, Mr, Soaddan has not stood up so boldly for tbheo correctb interpretation of t...

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ST ARNAUD PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

8' ARNAUD PRODUCE MARKI~'I', H, T, IEdwardc repo)rta : - Whntm, 3/6 to /3 , OAte, 1/7 to 1/9. Polto, ?1 to 'id per lb. ; laint, to Od per lb ; rabbit, 5d; htdes, 4d to 6id.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

LOOAL AND (ENIERAL, The monthly meeting of the Kara Kara Shire Caunoil takoes pldoc on Thursday next, Mr, Joseph Road offers a reward of £5 for information leading to the conviction of any. one removing timber or firewood from hil propertiese at Gowar and St. Arnaud East, The Avooa Athleotio Club's annual sporto resulted in a profit of £10/10, A eum of £313 was voted to the sooretary, Mr. G. VW. Redpath, and £1/1 to the aslestant.secrotary, Mr. A, C. Sutnnlers. Reoent purohasers of motor cars Inolude Mr., John Wheeolor, of " LovlaHnde," Birohip, and formuerly of St. Arnaud, He hbas eeoured a Talbot, 25 h,p, two.a·oatod whioh will carry five passengers coomfortably, At tle Albury Quater Sestsionse, Thomas Maxwell was found guilty of inflioting bodily harm upon Edward Fowlde, The evidence showed thabet Maxwoll, who was drunk, knooked Fowlds down and chewed off half his ear, Maxwell wase seontenced to 12 months' inlprioonmtent, The Ilirohip Brass Band vialted lallapur and Birohip West,...

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COMMERCIAL. MERCURY Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

00MMEROIAL. knaounlY Ofioe, Friday evanhng, WIOLESALE, RETAIL, Flourq 48/i5 Flour, 10o rts, bag (b1t1, £8 Ohraf, 4/ Fresh Butter, dairy, Fresh butter, 10d ; g; Fatacory, 1/2 FaoPnry, I/4 $ggr, 8?. Ie~fgs, 9' Bioon, Ill Bacon, 12 (heeseo, 8d Ohooose, 10d Pollard, £5/5 per ton Pollard, 1/3 BrDan, £5/5 per ton llran, 1/3 Potatoel, 4/ Potatoos, 1/6 per qr

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The Very Latest. Melbourne, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

The Very Latest. Melbour nc, Friday Evening, Whoat,.-Markobt dull; nothing doing, Buyers, 3/10; April June, 3/11. Liverpool market cabled a frthing rluse, FIrlour, £9., O?te, 1/10) to 1/11 ; feed, 1/10, Ohfif, £3/10. ]Hay, £5, Potatoeo, £3/15l to £4/5, Onions, £6/10 to £6/15, Hector Grey, the New Zealand jockey, who rode Wallaelo in the Auc. tralian Cup, recolvod £1000 and ex pIeIses* Lord,Dnman has sentb a messago to the FiIth Light Horse Brigade which was recently in camp at Broadford, praising the high effliency of the men, As a result of the raid in Melbourne Inot Sunday, William Gardiner bha been fined £55, or five mouthe' iu prisonment, for selling liquor without a license, Ab Lee was flued £25, or two monthe; and William Williame, .50 or thirooee mouthas on similar charges,, The weather was warm in Melbourne to day, the register tn the shadeo being 8G,6. Sir Jan Hamilton visited the ammunition works at Footocray.to.day., The lawn tennis tournameont was continued, Lady Denman ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

Bnslneor X, otaooo, VICOTORIAN Producers' Co Operative Co. Ltd. He?d Oloia-495 OlliesuBt,, Melbourne, Oraiu Shad-Williametown, Wool, Hide, And Skin Stores, DAIRY PRODUCE. Stook S~1les-Moelbourno, l1ondigo, Sun. bury and Naglmbio, Land, IEtao, and Iluranoe Ageutt. Bags, Maenures, Oils, Twine, Gro. seres, r ea, &O. ENQUIRIESY INVITED, ROYAL MAIL S'I'EAIMERS I.L'AVP M ELBOURNE EVERY ALTERNATE WEEK FOR MAiSEILLES & LONDON Calling at Adelaide, Fromantlo, Colombo, Adcn, Port Said, Gibraltar, Plymouth en route With permiluion to call at Brindisi FIRST and SECOND Saloon only Return Ticket to Europe availablo for Two Years RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY To FREMANTLE Sinle £7 10s, to £9 10., Return £11 10,. to £14 5,. To COLOMBO Single £27 10s. to £34 2., Return £40 14e, to £50 12s. To BOMBAY and CALCUTTA Single i29 14s, to £37 8,. Return £44 to £36 21. To MARSEILLES Siade £39 12.. to £78 2,. Return £66 to £116 12s. * To LONDON SinalI £41 16,. to £82 10s. Return £69 6.. to £123 4,. Fl...

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THE NEW KOREA. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

sritE NElW KUI(IA. Japan has in fou' yea'n efected a transformatlon in Korea. WheL Ma.[r. luis Ito assunmed suprelme pow'er as Resildent-General of the country he publicly avowed hin determnination to imitate the oexampnile of Lord Croniomer in Egypt in lhi adminiatration of the Korean Civil Mervlce, and the imme. dlate sequel was a series. Cf strolngly worded protests from Great l3ritain and America against the high-handed action of tio Japaneseo ollcials, Land was being dishonestly alppropriated concession rights were being albrogat ed, the Korean nobility were being In nulted and deprived of their rights and even Ipostmen and policemen werE removed fromn their positions on the slightest iretence, while their placer were filled by Japanese soldiery. All tils and 1more was alleged against the administrators, and Marquis Ito canr In for a full share of personal abluso Yet at tihe end of four years of the new regime tihe peoile who made the outcry ae' forced to admit that a re voiutl...

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THE CZAR'S "SCREW." [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

THE CZAR'S "SCREW," Considelring the crushing weight of -ares and responsibilities which he hears on his shoulders, the Czar's re muneration, highl as it is, does not appear excessive, His salary is paid to him in monthly instalments of £80,000 each, which are sent to him bly special messenger from the Treas. ury buildings in the form of a cheque on the National Bank of Russia, just as an oflice clerk receives lis monthly wage, with thli diffeorence--that the Czar's talent and indnustry exerciso no Influence on his payment. At the same tnime the Czar it expected to maintain a certain standard of living, which he wouldt be unable to do in the style required of him If he didl not possess a private iLncome threeoo or four limes as big as his otlelal salary. He is the owner of over one hunldre(d es. tates, all of which supply himr with private revenues; lbut he is also the posseosor of one hundred palaces and castles, which havo to be maintained In imperial style at a great OXl)oense to...

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FAINT IN FRONT OF TRAIN AN ASTONISHING ESCAPE [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

FAINT IN FRONT OF TRAIN AN ASTONISHIIN*G FISCAPI Of the many astonishing accidents and lucly escapes which have boon ro corded from timac to time (sayn "T'he Daily News and Leoader" of December 31), that which occurred to Lily Alden at Grimsby yesterday, probably holds a place of its own. Miss Alden, who is a printer's as sistant. was crossing the railway line at the Pasturo stroet crossing when a passenger train fromn I-Hull was due. The road gates were closed, and the girl made use of the hand gates. She was on the line used by the approaching train, when, without a moment's warning, she fainted and fell to the ground, It is exceedingly fortunatd for Miss Alden that the signalman in the nearby box happened to bo loolkng in her direc tion and that he was just in time to put the signals against the oncoming train and run out a red flag at the window of his box, The driver' applied the emergency brakes, and the train was brought to a standstill within a few feet of the un conscious g...

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SOCIAL HUMPHREYS—TROLLOP. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

A very I"ct~Y w dl~tl) too kpIac(3 It il Mabtttltew a~ (Jhwcli, (Jop~o (ow t rrudi~t a ~1~boiiiihe) oI nlr I\d U E5d vard 1ulllutuphyoc I (3() f NIr Itolt0rl)'rj N. A. N 'beau Jnac puf(l oiod tlin cb 6tiiOY ao~d N1I 1'(r, Pt n cltliddstd :I Iii3 trin8i 1111. 0OtI~(3L.RatolI 0It(l'0F l' 1*lie \IciJ~ thait breto d (11'll) ,'tjjuJbl aHo1 Wae Ilji(!" awary by lii~i flthner. "b (Ire~aud Itt t lito 1011k 1 O"I~ll(I l~ volt and wrdtiitt of oraoO Ii1,dli'M1 E lain (Iuitultttg A on 1'liiadIic hrludl a black itat, hlot h tll )tin dd C Ijo~ bildut' 11Io)lnlhreya, Iltot llur of( 1I bliii iIdr(3h1" ltt(3rfurottld(13(t 1130 dlo f dl~o~t Ij1ia (V~ddhlKItCU btiott faat) wI!)Vla 'II V)' (lttituiI f tlIm bridno u' roihtiie E NIr, M frealt, ~v Itlet3i ii'Ndo, l tin~ttIt of the b~rldw and I ~~I H l latter r131l1(3d, eitil I~,outl of t tie brtdeeniotd t ow rliluli L1i re(0 p'ntled. Nit, Bha~y, ~, Ar thuo '' Prettle of Itmn yotittj~ 01r couple loft by theo tV31i8 tri'OCrli Iiti(3yttt0lt1, 1I hu I~td'a I(...

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