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

WE LS3ACH THE WORLD'S BEST FOR COUNTRY LIGHTING, Air Gas fMachines. 'The Wolsbach Air Gas Ma. chinme is so oln ple that a child can work it with impunity, Suitablo for Lighting, Heat ing and Oookl ing. We guar antee satisfac. tion with all our Machines, and to prove this we will put a machine ln for one month freo of chargo, and if not suit able, will remove same free of all cost to you, Write for Catalogue. WELSB3ACH LIGHT COMPANY OF AUSTRALA81A LIMITED, 380 LONSDALJE ST:, ,MIBUBOURNI,! GIL'BS |U8,1AN DESSf This design shows a favoriteo model of a Ruslaun blouse dress with a pep lune, droppedt shoulder and fancy col lar, The blouse hac the body i?n one with tho upper part of either of two styles of full-length one.neam s leeves, The skirt, which is attached at aL slightly-ralsed waistline, may be out in threo or four pieces. The three pieco peplum said body lhnlzg stay .be omitted if not liked, M. Thorp and Co,, tsolo agents, 19,1_ Colline.street, Melbourno, havo Bunt terick's papo...

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RADIUM'S WAR ON CANCER INCURABLE CASES RELIEVED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

RADIUM'S WAR ON CANCER INCURABLE CASES RELIEVED. While there is as yet no doctor who w'ill say that radiumn is a "cure" for cancer (says "The Daily Express"), there is among those who have had ex perlence of the treatment of cancer by radtlum a growing hope that its strange Powers may one day be successfully harnessed. This hope has received what to a non-medical mind seems llke a very wvonderful confirmation in results which harve been obtained in the Cancer Cha r'ity Home connected with the Middle sex Hospital. But it must be under stood that medical research men are oxtremely unwilling to create the Im preessIon that they have found a "cure" unless they have much stronger evi dence thlan has been obtained in tilhe home. Ilonlo. Hitherto an inoperable case of cancer has been regarded as ultimately fatal, save in the rare and almost miracu lous circumnistances of a recovery tak ing place "by Itself." Tlhe Cancer Clharity wvas founded many years ago as a place in which incurable can...

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PRICES AND WAGES FOOD PRICES INDEPENDENT OF PAY [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

PRICES AND WAAiES F1OOD PRICES INDIEPIENDENT OF PAY (By L, G, Chiosa lIoney, in "Daily Noews and Leader,") Staring out at me from the columns of a daily newspaper, published as the considered utterance of a member of Parliament, I see a statement to the effect that if the wages of British work men wero doubled to-morrow, the change would be of no value to them because the prices of commodities would rise in the same proportion, and thero fore they would be no better off than before. It is necessary to take serious note of this statement, because I find it is the expression of an opinion which Is widely held up and down the United Kingdom at the present time. Thisl opinion has gained ground because of the reaction in prices which has taken plhco during the last half generation. ocause that rise in prices has can celled the value of the rise in wages in the same period, people have jumlped to the conclusion that higher wages and higher prices are necessary concomi tants of each other....

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

VER8ONALITIES, Keep clear of personalities In gn oral conversation, Talk of things, o,. jocts, thoughts. The smnilest miinh accupy themselves wiith porsonalities Personalities must somectimes be talk ┬Ěd, because we have to IQnlea and ibid out men's characteristics for leaiti mate objects; but it is to bh with coji, Adentian persons. Do not needlessly report ill of others, There arc tIliai when we are compelled to say, 'I do not think Bouncer is a true and hon. est man;' but when there is no need to express an opinion, let poor Boui ier swaggee away. Others will tniu mie measure, no doubt, and save vos the trouble of analyzing him and hr structing them. And as far as possl ble dwell on the good side of humoL 'eings. There are family boards when a constant process of deprecating, as signing motives and cutting up ot eharacter goes forward, They are noa pleasant places. One who is health) does not wish to dine at a disseetnh table, There is evil enough in msr G(od knows; but it is not ...

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RAINFALL. A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

RAINFALL. A UOMPARATIE STAT'MI~NT, I 1910 1 19 121 1013 i 1914 Jan, ... 1'74 '11 ,05) '03 0 47 Fb ... '06 573 1'07 1 07 '0, Maroh 4'42 '6 1 9 '0 2'h5 April,, "28 '15 '371 1'0 May ,,, 3'01505i '26 224 Juuoe... 216 2'741 '220 1'07 July .., 3'7 145 307 101 Auguab 1'82 '01 1,45 l6'0 Soil,... 2'85 8'13 4'11 2210 ot, ... 1',13 '52 0'4J 1 89 Nov,... 100 061 14.I 038I Dooe. ,., '0 1'36 3'OL 0 62 TtI in, I 8,07 I 109'2 I 18'M I 1610 I

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THE TIME TO GOVERN THE CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

T~HE TIME TO GOVERN TH.E CHILD. The time to govon the child is when it is good, It is often necessary to restrict, rebuke, or compel a ohild when it is naughty: but the time to mould its will, build its charalcter and determine its conduct is when ii is good. The mother who tries to mould her boy's disposition when he is naughty will never succeed in that way, an! it is in this that many paruents need to learn the lesson, The common habit among parents ol trying to correct their children oresatel the spirit of revenge and other evil tendencies. Mould the will and disposition ol clhildren when they are gopd-wheu they are receptive and most willing to obey.

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A SUGGESTIVE FABLE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

A SUGGESTIVE FABLE, 'Alas I' cried a diamond to the whee: upon which it was being cut; 'here 1 have been tortured for the last thre( days, What a misfortune it was that I ever came your way !' 'Say not so,' replied the wheel is encouraging tones, 'The last stone that came to me was so rough and dull that you could scarce tell it was a dia mond; but when I had done with it, it was placed in a king's crown,.' 'A king's crown !' exclaimed the a. tonished stone; 'and do you think that Sahall ever adorn the brow of a king? 'It is quite possible; but, if not sI, lowed to enjoy so great an honor, you may find some other exalted and brl, liant position; but you will never seet the glories of a royal house unl?ss ] do mny utmosft for you,' 'Then grind away, said the gem, ai it nerved itself to endure the trial, 'I'll stand it if it means an increase ol beauty and promotion,'

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LOCAL TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

LOCAL TELEPHONE EX CHANGE, LIST OF SUBSORIBERS. NASE, No. Avery, Mrs. A. F. ... ... 87 Bank of New South Wales ... 77 Bank of Victoria ., ,,, 76 Bonnott. Dr. J. H, ... ... 27 Boll & Lormer ... ... 14 Blakeloy, A. B. ... , . 50 Bloncowp, F. 0. ... ... 66 Illho, W. R, .... . .. . 61 Borouhl Offioo, Town Hall .., 51 Bray, 0. .,. . ,, ,, 64 Bray, Loo. ,,, *, , 91 Broeno, Misl .. ... 104 Broadbont Bros, . , ,.. 42 Oomotory ... ,, .. 69 Olovor, F. P, ... 34 Cookburn, G, A. .,. ,. 81 Cooper, R. J. *.. ,, 68 Convent of Moroy ,' too 45 Oouglo, A, J. (with extension to private house) ., ... 11 Orono, Jag, ,, *. . 37 Daroy, Mrs. .,, ,to 89 Davison, Rov, J, W, ,, o, 67 Davies, F, E. , . 44 Dickinson, Re '" 5 Divola, A, .. * ..' ,," , .. 31 Doylo, Rev. G, of o.. 23 Dunkloy, H, W. (oflice) ,,, 3 Dunkley, H, W. (residence) .., 17 Dunlop, Mrs. P. A. .., M. 9 Edwards, H.'T, ,,. . 6 Ed'wards, H. T, (private honeo),,, 8 Edwards, Emily ,., ... 35 Estate A. Giles (with extension to Mrs. A, Giloe...

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CYCLING AND MOTORING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

OYOLING AND MOTORING, Captain Amundean, the discoverer of the Soutbh Pole, evidently realisoe the posaibilitics of the aeroplane for polar exploration, for he has announced bis intention of taking two American aoroplanes with him when he leaves Sun Franciscuoo for the Arotio regions next June., Both Amundoen and a member of his staff are taking lessons in aeronautiooes in F]rance, It's no wonder that motor bus braflio in London is playing havoo with thebo tramway returns, During 1912 the passengers carried by the tramwayo dropped to thn extent of 24,332,160 on the 1911 returne, whilsb the motor omnibus servioce last year showed an increase of 150,993,911 over 1911 figures. Theose figures are taken from the annual report of the London Traflio Board, An Eanglish motorist, named L, l3arwell, has put up a unique per. formsraeo, During the past nine years he has never entered a train, bus has motored 139,000 miles during thatb time, Mr. Barwell started motoring in 1903, when he purchased...

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NEW POSTAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

NEW POSTAL RATES, Tho now poatal ratoe, Inoluding penny poatage on lotters, oamo into foroo on the let of May. The rodueood ratoe are as follow : THROUGHOUT COMMONWEALTH AND PAPUA, Lettors, ld per B oc, Lottor cards, singlo, ld eaoh, Do,, reply, id cach half. Poet cardo, slnglo, ld oaoh, Do,, reply, id oach half. Printed papers, 0~d per 2 or, Books, printed-outeldo Australifa, 0jd per 4 o. ; in Australia, 0Od per 8 or, Magarineoa--Prlintod in Australie, O~d per 8 oz. ; printed outeldo Australia, O d per 4 or. "Hnesard," O~d poer 12 o0. Commorola papore, patterns, samplle, and morohandleo, ld per 2 oz, OVElRSEA DOMINIONS, Lottors from the Commonwealth to the Unitod Kingdom, overeoac donminlons, Brirlah oolonies and proteotoratee, exoopt the Now Hebrldes, Id per 4 or, NEW ZEAIANI) AND TrEl ISLANDS The rates to Now Zealand, t'lji and British Solomon Islando are : Letters, Id S or. Postb oard, esinglo, Id, Do,, roeply, ld each half, Letter cards, singlo, Id. Do., reply, Id oeacoh half, ...

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OTHER PLACES CONNECTED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

OTHEIR PLACES CONNECTIED, 'ho looal exlchange is cann?ooted with the Lollowiug placoa, the chargos for convo oetione being ae under: Fireb Every oddfltional 3 minutoee, 3 minutoea, Beahllba . 4d .. 3d Dunolly ,., Od ., lid Cope Cope . 3d ,., 3d Maryborough 8d .,, Od Ciribrook ,., 1, . Od Newivetead ,. . ..* ld Majorea .. 1 .. Od hung Bong ., II .. ld Avoca ,= I/ .. 9d Donald ,, d ,,, 3d LItohblold ,.. d .,. 6d Masseey .. 8d . lid Watohem , 8d ,. id Morton Plaina 1/ i d Birohlp .., II ,.. Od Klunnoabulls,. 1/ .. Od .albot ,,. / ,. gd Glunos . II . ld Trarnagulla ,, 8 . Od Llonelly ,., 8d liOd Newbrldge .. 1/ ... Od lualowood ,. 1) . Od Moolorr .., 2d . d Boealcy'e Bridge 2d - 2d U'ottilnton .., 2( . I1 Winjallok ,,. 4 d 9d Paradleo ,., 3d 3d Navarre ,,, Od ,,, (d Landaborough 8d ,, (d Joel Jool , 8d ,.. Od 8tawell ,. II ,. lid Melbourne ,,. 1/10 ... 1/4 Ballnrat ,. 1/14 (eolong ,, 1/10 .,

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SHIRE OF KARA KARA. DATES OF COUNCIL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

SHIRE OF KARA KARA, DATES OF COUNCIL MEETIND The K'ra Kara Shire Counio il will meet on the following datee : Mar oh .. ... ... 12 April ... ... .... 9 May ... ... ,, 7 Junoe ,,, e,,, , 4 July .,, ... ... 2 Augueb ... ,.. ,, 6 September ...,,, s3 October ,,, ... ,,, 1 Octobr ... ... , .. 29 Deoember ,,, ,, 3

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DATES OF COURTS. FOR YEAR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

DATEs OF' COURTT . .. .......- . ,,{p. ...... .... FOR YEAR, 1914, The following ara tho fixturoo for the holding of courts at so, Armaud during 1914: BUP'I(,?EM CounT, Tueosday, 1th May, Tuaesdy, 10rh Novombeor, COUNTY COURT AND GINEAL SEBBssIONB, Tuesdiy, 21st April, Thursday, t3,b August, Tuesday, 13uh Ootober., Wedueosday, O9th Deomber, Oriminal-Daily, Uivil and Licensing--The Polios Magistrate will sib on alternate Fri, days, commonoiug from 9/1/14, Civil busineuoss will be oounduoted in the other week on Tuesday,

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BURLESQUE SERMON. "Mary Had a Little Lamb." [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 7 March 1914

BURLESQUE SERMON. "Mary Had a Little Lamb.' My text will be found in the Book of Nursery Rhymes familiar to you all from childhood, so I need not quote it in full. We are not told, dear brethren, who Mary was. Even her surname is not divulged. Her iden- tity is shrouded in impenetrable mys- tery. We are simply told what Mary had. What had she, brethren? A lamb--"a little lamb"--a tiny, inno- cent, unsophlsticatcd, unschooled lamb. Could it be that this lamb--Mary's lit- tle lamb--would develop into a black sheep? Can the Ethiop change his skin or the leopard his spots? No, brethren. And neither can a lamb, whose fleece or wool, as we are dis- tinctly told, "was white as snow," ever degenerate into a black lamb, or grow up into a black sheep. Having noticed, then, what Mary had, it is now our privilege to inquire what was its most striking character- istic. Was it not a follower, breth- ren? Yea, verily. Mark, it did not procede Mary, It was not a forward lamb. It did not require to ...

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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ASSOCIATION. AVERAGES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 March 1914

]RIENDLY SOCIETIES ASbSOCIATION. AVERAGES. Following are the batting and bowling avorages in eonnootion with the above oin. potitioo, whioh wan won by tho M noheotor Unity - BATUING. MAUCILI:'TER UNITY, In, no, h,, runm Av. L,. M'Nulty ,,, 2 1 68 80 8000 W, Romano ,,, 7 0 68 183 20'14 H, Rowe ,,, 7 2 31 103 20'06 J, Rowe ,,, 0 0 30 82 13'6600 E, Fithall ,,, 3 0 18 35 11 60 L. Boyer ,,, 1 0 9 O 0'00 N. M'Donald,., 1 0 9 9 9000 WV, Cornellies ,,, 1 1 8 8 8'00 R. Pamphllion 5 1 12, 25 6'25 \V, Iowse .,, 5 0 10 26 5'02 L. BIlodinnar ,,, 2 0 8 10 5'00 ,11. Shepherd,,, 0 0 7 18 3'00 L, Owen ,,, 0 0 8 14 2-33 AUSTRALIAN NATIVE9, A. Rondo ,,, 8 1 45 130 18'57 13,Il Blokway, 1 1 15 15 15'00 L, Young ,,, 8 0 22 104 13'00 J, Symonds ,,, 8 0 31 91 11'37 G, M'Oowan,,, 7 2 35 58 1106 J, Youug ,,, 7 1 20 066 1100 E. Chorry ., 8 0 45 70 8'75 S Lambort ,,, 4 1 18 24 8'00 ASummerflold 8 1 23 52 7'42 A. Bilton ,,, 6 0 21 45 705 W. Westorn,,, 3 1 10 11 5-50 O, Bennotto,,, 7 0 17 33 4'85 U. M'IKobule 6 ...

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. KOOREH V. ST. ARNAUD. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 March 1914

SPORTING NOTES, OIOKET. KIOOILER V, ST, AIINAUD, A match between teame ropresceting the abovo waa played at S, Atrnaud on Saturday afternoon, Kooreh won oomarewhbab easily with a total of 101, the principal contributor being Miller, who gave a nice display of batting for :319 rune, Laing compiled 18 in good etylo, Sayor was top scorer for the boOers, and he played a caroeful and netb bat for -25 J. Rowe made a useful 10. Miller (Kooreh) wac the moot ouooeeoful bowler of the afternoon, Following are the doetails :-. KOOREII. Millor, b Douglas,,.. . ... 39 W. Moore, b rlocher ... ... 4 A. Prootor, b Douglas ... .. 5 E. Moore, o and b YUtee ,,, 1 Dobson, b Douglahs ... .. 8 Rosa, o Rowe, b Fleoher ,,, 5 J. Prootor, run oub ., *., 0 Smith, b Yates ,, .. ... 9 11 Prootor, b Ficher ,,. ,.. 4 Ling, o Hooper, b Yatee ,*; 18 M'N'lly, not out.,, ... ... 3 Sundrlo ,..,... 5 Tottal ,,... ..t ... 101 Bowling-Yateo, 3 wlokete for 42 runs Flcheor, 3 for 30; Douglae, 3 for 23, IST. ARNAUD, Sayor, b...

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MELBOURNE. STUDY IN PERSONALITY [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 March 1914

MIEL.BOURNE. (From our own Corroepondont), STUDY IN PERSiONALITY Honors are falling thickly on the Honourablo Alfred Deakin, The original proposal that this worthy oltizen should repreeonb the Common. wealth at the Panaman Exposition ban now developed into a pormanent High Comlmiasionorohip in the United Statoes Ib spoako volumes for tihe rapid pro. greos of this southern appanago of the British Empire that it should be thoughb desirable to have it reproeented in suoh an importanb and dignilied manner at the oapital of one of bho world's great powern, That no botter selectio han han Mr. Deakin oould have boon made will be univoroally conooded The hon gentlemini pousoeoses ovpral of Ihose qualifioations that have mndo for the groat enuooea of Sir George Roid as High Oommilsioner in England, Mr, Doakin has a marked persronality, Hei is one of Australia's finiahed orators. His oritico say that he io not always oonvinoing, that muchl of the foroo of his specohoe io smothered in "Ilowers...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 March 1914

S9oltal Advenisomelnts AUTUMN DRAPERY. N. J. A. REED IS NOW OPENING NEW SEASON'S GOODS. Call and soleob your NEW HAT early. Per ea.. Asoanlas has juab arrived first nhlpmonts of LATEST NOVELTIES, New Tweed Dress Material. Amazon Cloths, Sedan Oloths. Newest Colourlugs. Golfers' Soefotte Coate. Sports' Coota, &o. N. J. A. REED, The Block, St. Arnaud. BRlY'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 lid. Neat designs and patterns. Shop Soiled Shirts at Is each. Remnants of everydescrip. tion at prices which must clear. A. BITCHIE, Local Agent for the South Australian Woollen Mills, Dealree to notify the public that he haujuab opened a full range of Onkaparinga Rugs at 27s 6d, 29s 6d, 85s, 55s, 57s 6d, 65s, 84s, And White and Colored Blankets. Men's single and doublo.breaated OVERCOATS in great variety. Mena' Trousers, Flannel Shirts and up to-date suits, MANUFACTURED FROM AUSTRALIAN WO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 March 1914

A chockiug burning fatality I reported fromn Serpentine, in the Ingleowood ditriot., The victim was Mr, Frank Lovell, store. koepor and poetmestor, lie entered his atore.roem to got sotno mothylatod eapirites, atnd, havlng poured some in a bottle, ho askeod hie eon to strike a lighb to Beo If it was full. An explosion followed immo. dliately, The son eosepod praotiolly unin. jurod, but the tather received terrible borns atboub the body, leos and hande, and ho died on Friday. Tio store.room and contents wore partly doeiroyed. SITUATIONS8 VAGANT, aANTED,--loughman aud oGeneral SFa, rm Baud. COsntaat work if suitable. Apply Josire a BAiiitti, Tray.'. nor's ILigoon PO., '' ANTED. -- General SFIRVANT Apply Mite, 0, 11. Oe4oitN:, MNMahon Street. TIENDEIRS, TENDERS are Invited for LEASIN(G Sor torm of live yearn, 105 AORES LAND, sltuated at Moolerr, adjolnlng Alex, Arbuoklo, and lately occoupled by M, MN'OUllum. Tenders returnable SATUR. DAY, March 14th, EISTATE A, GILES, St. Arnaud, GHURI...

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A STRANGE COMPACT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 March 1914

A B'STRANGE COMPACT. A contemporary tells a dra-matic story of a manu who vwont throughl lif with a shadow of disgrace overhanging him, A woman hold his secret, and did not betray it, The announeement of his death brought the incidents to lihlt. She had received at liar house, where with her were her son and a col loge friend of his, lhe rents from her property. She was aroused from sleoe by a light, and saw ia inni il a long eloak, Heo held a caudle before her eyvcm, l1he did not flinch, and he thought lher nsle n. I-fo felt for the key. mbt could Ilot fnd iin , and retired fro? tho oom. 'poe wonnn, as soon as ho was gollej leapt froin the had, to raise e alau nh , and (he fr'iond's room being nearer than Ilher son's shio wont there to tell of thw preseniice in the lowin of a Burglar, As she approached, the door opened, the same eloateed figure which sheo had soo1n in 1er1' rooml m0eriiged, carrying the lighted cndle.o, She uaw hins face: it was that of her son's frioend. "''o mior...

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