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JOYLAND. "KING OF THE AIR." [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

JOYLAND. "KING OF THE AIIR" Tho mannagmnwnt of Joyland a, nounon a epeoIl altractlion for Thur' day next, wlheu R eplendid picture, " Kiun~ of Thh Air," will be screend, The film, which Il 7000 freet in lengtb, i1 3 mastrerlalceo in th ilurt of cbp.a tography, ind it) I rrferred to in tbs highelt i ri, ( of priieO by the I? r j autudliencoe who Iave hitl the ,opporttuilY of wit3L3333ln l i33 , tho vrioul cEitil mdl towlns w\huro lb hliu hlin 3LhowO, T'li( plot iroe iniirodlueo the workshofi of a, on'i tot tii l 1 3hiif eer . drioiul of l ili tih( f)iitl ho Irou?d I)etailii of Inrofllllat i1 coilitrUCti0O aro olftedy dpietLtod, .?Filiits of Epld iiitrodluce 3 thr3i1li3g 3133( uene3((ttiol accident, An eIxoblltlll( , UyS t1I3 3d' ihui in thei pilolui. iC )e'llr , i(nd1 the eneurft iiitro(lhuid re. I3r3ticulirly eU t rnciog., \ Mar k I )eveuiui 3 dolf8 aflroptiilUtlh , (wiii~) 113e t itlo "oif l of lThel Air,l" 'Thri'1hout4 ihot plolttld there it n I tory of inllteleu iontrusti i1 whhl...

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

II I I ASSURANGE DO, LTD, ESTD, 1782. FIRE. AOOiDENT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, LOSSES PAID EXCEED £85,oo00o,0oo, Loeees by RUSHI FIRES and by LIQHTNINQ Iru In?stdb ,0ood by thils Company. AGENTS WANTED, Y!'OTOe 461 TO 471 BOiURKE ST., ,ro.a- MELBOURNE, DALCiTY A GO, LTD., AGENTS. LATE Q UEIEN OP SWEDiEN The late Quoeen Sophio of Sweden was a great reader, and was well ao qualuted with many of the religious hooks that have beon published in the last thirty years (says "The WVost minster Gazetteo"), She read the books of Dr, F, 13. Meyer with much appre ciation, and toolk the first opportu nity of hearing him preach on an in cognito visit to London., Queen So phlo.nttended several years ago the Koswick Convention, with whieh she was in full sympathy, Feow in the great tent wore awaro that the asweet faced elderly lady in black was a Queen. In her many years of ill health the Queen was never idle, for she loved to work for the poor and needy, The Salvation Army and the late General Booth ...

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

RAOINO, Tho WPdderburn annual racoe take place on Wednesday, 25ith March, for which deto toh executive of the club has arranugd a very attractive pro. gramme, particulara in recurd to which are advortioed in the MliacuY, It will bo noted that tlhre are uoveu eventa on the liob, tho principal bfing the Wedderburn Handicap, of £30, one mile. Tho other raceu are-Trial Haudicap, of £10, six furlonge; Ladive' Bracelet Handicap Trot, oneand a-half. mileo; Htaok lace, of£6, five furlongo Publicana' Puras, of £1, six furlongu; Open Haudioip Trot, of £15, one and a half miles ; Flying Handicap, of £15, lAvo furlongs. Nominatlons for all ovento (exoppt IITck Raoc) cloeo with the seurotaries, Messor F, Giboou and P. M'Ourk, on Mooday, 16rh March. The handioaps will be issued on the 20th Maroh, ''The Autumn racrs wuere continuod at Flolmitgton on lThursday, Reo ultire :--TIurdlh--Datrawa 1, Conorft 2, Campanile 3. Lloyd Stakrea-Jolly Beggar 1, Poplojoy 2, Oider 3, Autumn liandulop-.Atora 1, Plr...

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GAY WELCOME TO 1914 SHEPHERD AND THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

QAY WELCOME TO 1914 SHEPI-EIRD AND THE MOON. (By W. Bleach Thomas in "The Daily Mail.") In the country we oenter the Now Year gaily, The moon shows a thin and dainty sickle over the grove, and throws just enough light to sparkle on snow and rlme, The stars In the belt of Orion,ln which Fi'onch sailors find peculiar luck, shim mor electrically in the frosty air of a night as true to season as ever the year was in good old time-lot us say in 1861 -when "Good King Wenceslas" was sung along the Ouso to the tune of the fenmen's skates at the hour when the Old Year went and the Now Year came, On one down that I know of the New Year will be seen in by the only men who can really act as carol, The shop herd's light twinkles on the hill, look ing from below about as big as Alde baran or Vega and out-winking the North Star. The hurdles are packed with straw, the owes are collected, and the cry of new-born lambs and the troubled bleat of the oewe following after the shepherd are Itkely to make...

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REDBANK ASSOCIATION. MOONAMBEL V. STUART MILL [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

REDBANK ASS0OCIATION, MOONAMBEL V, STUART MILL A matob betweenu teamu representing the above was played on the ground of the latter on Saturday latrt, and a draw resulted, Moouambel batsmen worn in exceptionally tnod form, and they made a total of 2il41 runs, 8tuart Mill responded with 69 runs for the los of :!3 wickets, whebon time was called. Fol. lowing are the dotaile : if00ND~IREL IIOONA.MIS*EI. T, Wright, a R, Douglas, b A, Romano ,,,,,. ,,, 10 F, Cudmore, b D, Douglas ,,, 37 W, Stewart', Ibw, b A. Romano 1 T, Hope, a J, Sutherland, b B, B ll ..,, ,,. ,, .,.. 11 F, Turner, a G, Sutherland, b B, Bell ,,, ,n .... ,,. 74 H, Moyle, b A, Erwln ... ,,, 23 J, Murdock, a R, Romtano, b A. Romano .,,,,. ,,, 44 P. Oudmore, run out .. ... 6 W. Crlok, b J, Douglas ..,,... 13 H. Wright, c A, Ponano, b B, Bell . , , ,,, , .. ,, 9 Castleman, not out ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... ... 13 Total ... ... ... ... 241 Bowling-A, Romano, 3 wlckete for 45 runs ; 13, Bell, 3 for 51 ; D, Douglas, I for49 ;...

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RETURN TO ROMANCE COOMBE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

RETURN TO ROMANCE COOMBE. (Uy Eden Phillpotts in "Tho DaIlly News antld iLeater.") Lifo comes laden still with good days that whlisper of romanc, when in some local sanctlity, or ha1unt of old legend, our feet loiter for a little before we )ass forward again. I indeed seek thllose places, anid confess an incurable laffection for rolmance in lmy thoughlts and deeds. I would not banish heor from art or life, anld though most in tellectuals of to-day will have none of her1, spurn romantic and classalo alike, and take only "reallsm' to their bosoms; yet who shall declare that rca lism Is the last word, or that reality belongs to her drab ctategories alonoe? "There is no 'reality' for us-nor for you oeithor, ye sober ones, and we are far from beillg so alien to one another as ye sulppose, tand l)O'rhaps our good will to get boyond drunkenntess is Just as reosl)octable as your belief that yo :are altogotheor incaplablo of drunken •llC198," A fragrant return to romance must surely awaits l...

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ST. PATRICK'S FESTIVAL [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

ST. PATRII K'S PS'TIVAL Arrangements are well oader ay for S, Patrick's Day festival at 8, Araund, In response to a requ g from tbo committoe, the RBil551 Dopartment has notified that exoorgos farre will be available from Birobips0d Maryborough from the l6 b to the 1:b inst,, and on the evening of the sports a p~suonger carriage will be attaobed to th goode train leaving So Arosed. The following entries have beea r ceived tor the two prinoipal pedestrilo events : MHfFFIELD JUANDIQAPI 130 yards. Edward Brown, Avoca F, Jsnkins, Moolerr A.E, Waleh, e, Arnaaud J. E. Andereon, St Arnaud W, Anderson, St. Arcaud J. F' eny, Swanwater i. Anderson, St. Arnod o J. Willmoit, St.Araud W. Billetein, So. Arnaud, DISTRICT HANDICAP. 220 yards, Edward Brown, Avoca F, Jenkin., 0ooierr A. E Waleb, St. Arnaud J E Anderson, So, Arnaud W. Andereon, BS Aronad J Feeany, Swan water , Andereon, St. Arnaud o J. WillmoCt, St. Arnaud, The wood ohop, tug of war, saod equion events are expected to bi features of t...

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Not Worth While. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

Not Worth While. It is certainly not worth while for anyone to enduro suffering which can be avoided, Pain is really a drain on vitality, It I; impossible for anyone who suffers from pain to be as of. tilcient as if pain wore absent. A large numnber of people, however, go through life afflicted with allmnuts which do not Incalaclitato them from performllng thoeir duties, but which decidedly pre .vent them from doing their bost. iRheoumatism, gout, lumbago, sclatican, neuralgia, blood disorders, anaemia, Indigestion, billousness, sick-headache, general debility, gravel, stone and bladder troubles are complaints whiclh afflict many of us, and which are gene. rally caused by retention of urlic and blllary poisons in the system owing to defective actlon of the Itldneoys and liver, and which would disappear if the Irlddney?s and liver propo~ly per. formed their functions. Warnor's Safe Clre is a Iddnoy and liver remedy, which has beeoon successful in so many cases that sufforors from any...

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TENNIS. GRE GRE NORTH V. DARK. BONEE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

TENNIt, (RE GRE NORTi V, DARK, BONEE. A match was played Iby the shbove lteam, on th court of the former club and reunlted in the defeatb of the 'iio tore by 10 gameou. The ecoros wer.. (ren Oe North, (i uoto, 47 8~nti; Darkbonee, 2 detu, :29 ,gaoee,. The final for the ladiou' tournanena in conneution with the S~t, Arnaud Tennia Club wn played on Wed(nesday lat lietwecnr bliuu Biltou and Bl1h Minnie O?boure. Anintereatin~(ame resulted in victory fir Miisu I3lton, who receivec a troplhy, Indly pIrenteed by Mr, Muphy, Ipreident of tbhe club, Ausetralia hu, Iheem drowln aalung Oanada in thie itha round of the D,,l0 Oop contc?tc, (ermrnmy and Fraces each drew a by,. Britain will meel Belgium, (i rmary meets the wioner, of the Australia Oanada match, while France will he pibted againat the wi, nere of the Britain and Bliglum seriei,

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DEVELOPING VICTORIA. THE LIBERAL POLICY. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

DEVELOPING VIOTOWIA, THE LIBERAL POLICY, [COnItBIU'Iun,] To pub men on the land and to afford them no adequate means ot reaohing the market is a rifined form of cruelty, A Selector who takes up a back block may work horoioally only to find that all the profiv which should be his ii lost b~canse he has neither railwny nor passable roads, His land may be rloh, his yield may be abundant, market prices may be high, and yet almoest the whole may be useless to him btocuse he has to take the lighteb of loads over the worse of tracks In two rep tts at least the Liberal party hau done good work, and proposes to do still better work as regards this m?atter of communoication. It appoinrted a Railw-ays Standing Committee, Some 20 years ago there was a oOandalous bribery of constiituenciers by the con. itrouiion of jiones, some of which were obviously useless ; both in the city and in the country miles ot rails laid in those days of financial insanity have been allowed to rust, Then there came a...

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MINING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

MINING ITEMS. St, Arnaud North Gold Mine, Mlaroh 6th,-Progroolaig with orootion ol battery o', Underground faoos show no change,

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POSITIONS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

rOHlT!0N5 OF CLUBS, Club. %, Uotnitd 8ooIl.ties 8 2 5 1 32 10

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ASSOCIATION. M.U. WINS THE FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

SPORTING NOTES. ORIOKET. IfRIENDLY SOI8ETIES ASSOCIATION, M.U. WINS TIE FINAL Thu final malob in the above coim petition took place on the Market SquAre on Wednoeday afternoon, bo tween toamti repreuenting the Man cheater Unity and the Australian Nitivea' Aaeooiation, A very intreout ing gmtno reulted in viotory for the Manchoeter Unity,,who thua win the promiorahip for the aeaaon, The bate. men were in good form on Wednesday, Going in firet, tho M U. put on the very creditablo total of 160 for two wiokete, when the inningo wau decliared cloaed. M'Nulty (58 not out) was thi larguab contributor, otomano (47) wai well up, and then came I Rown 31 (nob out) and Fithall 18, The A N A reTponded with 113, the toam being one man ohorb, Reado 35, Symonde 31, J. Young 18, and Bilton 10, were the principal ooororu, Following are the dotailu : MANCHIIETEII L'NlITY' Romano, o Roado, b Symonda 47 Fithall, o Ohorry, b Symoida 18 M'Nulty, not out ..,, 58 H. Rowo, not out ...... 31 Sundrion .. ..,,,...

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CRIMEAN VETERAN [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

CIIIMIiAN VilIIIAN Admiral Slholto t)ouelas died at South'iea oni SatIurday at tle age of 80 (says "'The )Daily News a.tld lead lt " of Decemlber 2J), lie entered, tlhe navy inl 1847, and sayiv servi'e dirihn, the IKal ir andlil llulinese wars. I urin g lthe Rl ssiatl wVar he wvai present at the boiiibardmhellt of Sveahorg', lelrv\iig aboa 'd the Duke of Wellington, In tile lChinese war', 1856-5S, he conillealldtd the ('oroinalnlel at tlhe capture of Iithe ll13 e (ortt , ntld also at thle destr?lcttion of thte latellita Ilotilla of war jllwunks. Othe'r srviees which the late Admiral tendered during the war were at the eapllture of (lantoit In Deeemlber, 18157, aldt ot the Pollo forts in 185,. W\lilto Ieiving on the West Col;t (lIf Arll'ica lie was instrll i)Ien)tial in liberating 1200 itlavtes. Major-Gellet'al i Chanlce itutart Ilano died on Saturday atter'noon at Hiar court Hlouse, Camberley, in ill 83rd year. Ile 1 ilierlv d dirig ti1 itlldan Muttilly, the llooilIl exllcedltionll,...

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CHILD LOVERS' FATE [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

CilLD LOVERSs' IFATE A pathetleic story of the burning to death of a little boy and girl, who, in the pretty way of children, had been fondi "sweethearts" from babyhood, was told at anll inquest yestorday at Boughton, Notta (says "The Dall) News and Leader" of Doconember 30). T'he victims were Elsie Powell and Maurice Pettinger, both aged seven years. On Saturday afternoon, along with Ihalf.a-dozen youngsteors, the children went into Greenlfolds Darn to play, ao* cording to their custom. The buildingf was stocked with rtraw, One of tlhe youngsters struck a match and almost immediately the whliolo place became alight. Terrlllled, the children rusheod out, hut Elasle and Maurlce failed to escaple. After the flames hiad been extln guishetl and the roof had fallen in the bodies of two little victims woro found hiuddled up in a corner, whero evidently the ladI had done Iis little best to keep his companlion away fromnt danger. Both children were burnt practically beyond recognition, The ...

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SCROOGE IS HEARD "BLACKMAIL AND CACOPHONY." [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

(SCI0001E IS IlliAiD "}BLACKMALI, ANDI) C'ACOPi'IIONY." 'Ilhat Chrlistmaa i no longer a fe( tival, but a Iluiiallce, h)I1( lolig bee)0n a heresy privately held by inany, Uliut with the drecadful examplll) of HlC'rooge' before theml they have dared to notlih ing mnore than dtlark liiutteri ng, They are of thoie who give, but without joy, and who let the dons loo?e oi carolleri' if the( :aruet it so dark hat the dogs callnnot )e recognlsed. But thi yea.r--It is i a fact no ilgnlll - cant that the aou undt of the knell shoul0 be meiltiolied to all those who claim they retain tihe triueo npirit of Jhlrslit- th ill tt h ics are publlely rtating their hercsy, "The (lChritluau? box," tald one of .heie bhllliphelllert to at "Dally News" 'el)'re let lltative, "otiught to be SUlI piressed, WVe have had enough of this blackmail, and thile risk held over us if being denounced as curmudgeon, 1 Scrooge, bIy all the leeches who have (velr tat' l1 'Good morning' to us .hlroulghout the year. It lis ...

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The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER XIV. At the Cottage. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

The Great Montamor Case. By ALICE M, DIERL, Authoress of "The Knave of Heoartns," CHAPTER XIV, At the Cottage. lceanwhlle, the returned heir wait ed In the mlnliature dlrawing-room, IHe moved about his closo quarters like a Polar bear in his cage-alternately puzzled, angry, miserable, hopeless. Notta loved him, lie told himsolf. She had loved hnim before the great shock of a contest for her, more un scrupulous, more telrrible than the struggle of two men loving one girl is wont to be In civilised times, She had loved him still when he had to make his confession--a confession not only of the evil accruing to his own passions, but to those of his rival, But had she ever been again the same bright, lovely Netta of the first happY days at tlhe farm? "Never," he thought, She had seemed to recover from the first shock of his revelations, In any ease, she had submitted to his wishes-had given her promise to be his wife; nor had she-spotless, innocent of all worldly dsres-'osben In the leas...

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A DOUBTFUL IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

A DOUBTFUL IMPROVEMTEN'T . A ladly missionary, who lived In 1-lawaii, esays that in that country ser. vants refuose to say 'Mrs' or 'Mr.' A young bride was muoh shoeked at learing a married friend called 'Mary' by a servant, and to avoid a selmfia lilberty in her own house, asked lhe Ihuibialndt not to call her by her CbrLi: ian name, exceplt when they were alone, . ... One day she had vibilors, and fl14a was her hlorror when the cook put 1?ii :ead inside the drawing room door mnd said: 'My3 love, what vegetable you want 'o-day P' Football EInthusiast: 'Well, old ,an, Ihow did your match get oil t Football Player: 'Oh, we got licked comtpletely. You see, Bill Stubbinl wvatn't ahle tb go.'' Football Enthusiast: 'Dear meol II 1ill Stuhbills so indispensable?' ,ootball Player: 'I should think lit is. Bill 8tulbbins is six foot four, alid ?to biggEc?st referee in the country. The ehildren of the wo (1Otit are tlhe a dion of Ihe futnre. What w\e Im hel now 1 they will mahe this osill' tr...

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KEEP YOUR PROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

KEEP YOUR PROMISE. Many a woman who would aoc think lightly of breaking a promise made to a grown.up person is utterly ' careless about keeping her word wilth her children. She promises wlmhtevel is convenient at the moment, and Ap' parently thinks that the breaking or ,eeping of thoso promises is a matter in which she can please herself, and that her children have no right to collsider themselves aggrieved if she dooes not do so,

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ST. PANCRAS [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

ST. IPANCRAS Mrs I. B. Irving, famous as the crea Lor of the part of "Trilby" on the stage. has played many popular roles, but none more popular than that of "pud (ing lady" down St. Panirani way. T'he name is an Inventionii of the chil dren, and It has stuck, It should be explained to tnose wh\vlo don't know St. Pancras chilldren that Mrs Irving is one of the vi?itors who go unobstrusively among the poor and give valuable hints on household mar keting and cookery, She related some of her experiences to a "Dalby News" relpresentative: "I may find the mother ill in bed when I visit a home," she said. "1Or perhaps she cannot leave the baby and others of tihe family. They must iaLve their meals, of course, and it may not be wise to give the money to buy them. So I go out myself among the stalls In Somers Town anid see what I can get, "Well, I can buy 3 lbs of potatoes for a penny-quite good-a ha'peonny worth of carrots. As for meat, it Is bought in 'pieces,' I buy them at 3d. or .ld. a...

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