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BOROUGH WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 March 1914
BOROUGH WATER TRUST, ---- ------·---- A special meeting of the Water Trust Uommlssionors was hold at tho conclusion of the borough meeoting, Comn, rigg presided, In velow of the continuued dry woeather, and the decreaseo in upplies at Teddlngron and the local roeerrvolre, Oommlissionoers gasvo Sorlou coneideratlon to the quoestion of distributing the water In tho beeb in. toreasts of ratel?aycrs, A reportfrom the carotaker at Mrt, Teddington, under date March 7th, showed that the dopth of watoer nlu the roeservoir was only ( ft O Ins, After a gUeneral discussion, it was re solved, on tho motion of Corn. Straton, secaondod by Cot., Rowe, that the use of Toddlngton wator on any gardens bo dis. allowed uuntill further otliea, an In. timation to that effect to be advertlsed. In reference to the Goldfields ro~orvolr, It was resolvod, on the motion of Corn, Rovwe, secoondod by Con, Sloano, that residents on othe lower levels, and the croquot lawn and bowllng club, bo allowod the use of wa...
REDBANK ASSOCIATION. STUART MILL V. NATTEYALLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 March 1914
REDBANK ASSOCIATION, STUART MILL V. NATTEYALLOOK, Toamr representing the abovo clubs met on the ground of the latter on Satur. day last, 7th Inst., the game resulting In a draw. Following are the details: NATTEYALLOCI0. Wal. Streeter, b A, Romano .. 4 R. OosRens, b Sutherland .,. 116 Wm, Strooter, lbw, bA, Romano 6 A. Strootor, b A. Romano ,,, 0 J. Aetbury, a H, Romanuo, b Irwl ... ... ... ... 6 H. Androws, not out ... ... 01 A. Walker, b Irwin ... .. 12 H. Murnano, o Douglas, b A. Romano ., ,....,. 4 A. Parsons, a Boll, b A, Romano 0 A, Aetbury, b A. Romano ,,. 0 J, Murnano, a sub., b Sutherland 0 Sundries ... .. ... 8 Total.. .. ... ... 218 Bowling-A. Romano, 6 wlokoer for 52 runo; D. Douglas, 0 for 16 ; E Lloyd, 0 for 18; Boll, 0 for 70; Irwin, 2 for 42 Sutherland, 2 for 13. STUART MILL. IH, Romano, b Astbuy .. ... 10 D. Douglas, at Murnano, b Aet. bury .., ... ... ... 1 Boll, o A, Astbury, b A. Stroeter 3 A. Irwin, b J. Astbury ... ,,, 8 A, Ronano, not oub ... ... 24 E, Lloyd, n...
BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 March 1914
BOROUGH QOUNOIL~ The ordinary mooting of the St., Arnaud Borough Oounoil was hold in the Council Uhanmbore, Town Hall, oil Monday evening, there being present:- Ore, Rowe (Mayor), Sloano, Orlgg, Straton, Oorbott, M'Olashan, M'IKeolnio, and Reood. An apology was recelved from Or, Manallack, who wan avwary in Mel. bon roe, CORItE8PONODINUE, lFrom WVm. Oullon, apololgising for a poddy calf whichlt had acoldoitally got away and was found wanderIng on tihe market Fquaro, Hold over until inopoo. tor's report was doealt with. Firom the St. Arnaud Agrloultural Sooloty, anklg that throe oouneolllors be appointed to moot a slmilar number of mnonibors of the above soiolety to arrange charges for use of show groundH.--Tho Mayor, Ors, Sloano and Corbutt wore aplpointed. F1rom the Department of Public Worku, ptr J, W, Punnlngton, M,LA , intlmating that the following amounts had been allottod for expenditure by the B3orough olf St. Arnaud for the oonutruction and and maintenance of roads nod othor...
LOCAL TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 March 1914
LOOAL TELEPHONE EX CHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS, NAMP,' No, Avery, Mrs, A. FI , ... ... 87 B3ank of New South Wsales ,,, 77 Bank of Victoria ,,, .. 76 Bennett, Dr. J. H, ,. ,,,.. 27 Boll & Lorlmer ..., ., 14 Blak?oloy, A, B. .. ,,. 56 Bloneowo, F. C. ,,. ,., 66 Bliss, W, .,,, ,,,R .. 61 Borouch Ofioee, TownHall ,,, 51 Bray, 0 . ,, ... ,,. 64 Bray, Lo ,,, ,,.. ,,, 91 Broene, Mis .,. ... 101 Broadbont Bros, . .. ,.. 42 Cemetery .,, ... ,,, 69 Clover, F, P, ,,, ,,; 34 Cockburn, G. A. ,, .,, 81 Cooper, R. J. ,,, ,, 68 Convenb of Mercy ,,, ,,, 45 Conulo, A. J. (with extenlsion to private house) ,,, ,, 11 Crone, JfIS ,, ,, ,. , 87 DarOy, Mrs. .., ... ... 89 Davison, ROYev. J. , .,, ... 67 Davies, F. E. ,, ,,, 44 Tlinlrinann . . . ......... L **- ~f* 57 Divola, A * .. * 31 Doyle, Rev. Go. *, s.e 23 Dunkiley, H. W. (office) ,.. Dunkloy, H. W. (resldence) *., 17 Dunlop, Mrs, P. A, * . ... iEdwards, H, T . .. .,. 6 Edwards, H.T.(private honse),,, 8 Ed wards, emily .. ... 35 Estato A. G...
RAINFALL A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 March 1914
RAINFALLS A UOMPARATLV' STA'J'RM1NT I 1010 1911 I 10 1 2 12 10181 1914 Jau~, ,, 1,74 ,' Feb, ,., 08 5'73 1'07 1'07 '08 Mlaroh 4'42 1'81 '99 259 April., '28 '15 '37 1'50 May ., 3105 2'05 '26 2'24 June,., 2'16 2'74 2"29 1'07 July,., 3'97 1'45 3'07 1101 August 1'82 '81 1'45 1'80 Sept... 2'85 8'18 4'11 2'10 O(at, ,, 1'13 '52 0'44 1,80 Nov. .., 1'0 '06 1'43 0,38 Doo, ,,, '50 1'36 301 002 Tt' In, 1 23.07 19'52 18'54 I 18'10 I
OTHER PLACES CONNECTED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 March 1914
OTHER PLACES CONNECTED, The local exchange to connected with tlheo ftollowing plaoee, the ohargee for convo satione being as under t Firso Every additional 3 minutes, 3 minutee, Bealiba ,. 4d , 3d Dnolly ,., d . d Cope Cope ,. 3d .., 3d Maryborough 8d ,,., 8d Carlhbrook .. 11 ,., d Newetead ,., 1 . ,. Od Majorca ,., 11 Pd Bung Bong , .1 9d Avooa ,., 1/ , 94 Donald ,,, 4d . d Litohfield ,., ld , - 6d Maessey 8d . 6d Watohsm ,., 8d , d Morton Plains 1/ 9d Birohip ,.. 1 ,? , 9d Kinabulla.., 1I ,. Pd Tlalbot .. 11 Od Clunes , 1/ ,., 9d Tarnagulla , 8 8d , d Llenelly ,., 8d Od Newbridgeo 1/ d. d longlewood , ? 11 Od Moolerr ,,, 2d 2d Beazley'e Bridge 24 2d ottingtuon ... 2d . 2d Winjallok ,.. 4d 3d Paradslee ,., 3d , 3d Navarre ,. Od ,., 5d Landeborough 8d , 3d Joel Joel ,., 8d ,., Od Stawoll ,., 1/ , Od Melbourne ,,, 1l10 1/4 Ballarat , 1/4 .... 1/ Geelong ,,, 1110
OBITUARY. MRS. GRACE MACKAY. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 March 1914
OBITUARY, MRS, GRACE MACKAY, Another of the pioneers of tih Ooonooer Bridge distrlict has gone to her rest in the person of Mrs, Grace Mackay, who during a lengthy rosidonooe hero was much os. teemed and greatly respectod, Deceaseod, who was 84 years of age, was the relioct of Alexander Mackay, who died about 15 years ago, The late Mlrs. Mackay was born in Sutherlandohiro in the North of Sootland. She was married In her native town, and subsequently she and iher husband came to Australia, landing In C4lolong in 1851, Tlhey followed the diggings for eome years, and were at many of the rushes all over the Sate, Afterwarde farming operationsn weoro carrelod on in the Tlalbot dlstrlot; and finally they csame to Qoonooer Irldge, whore the late Mr, Mackay selected land In 1872, The business of farming was oontinuod In this dlstrlot witt satlsfacotory roesults, Mrs, Maokay had beeoon seriously 111 for about a couple of montha, and she passed away on Saturday morniig, Deep sympathy Is expro...
The Very Latest. Melbourne, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 11 March 1914
The Very Latest. Melbourne, Tluesday eveniug, Wheat,--Markot dull, with littlo doln; March delivery, 31/O ; April.June, 3/10 to 3/10i, Tlrhe Liverpool markot is tabled un. ohanged, L'lour, £9, Oats, 110k to 1111 ; food, 11l0, Chaff, £3/, flay, £t5, Potw' toes, £311I6 to £4.1 Onions, £60/1 to £0/10, Mr. JuetiaoEHiggius oontliuod the hear. lug of tlhe Watoreide Workere ease in the Arbitration Courbt Mr, Morris, seorotary of the Foderatlou, gave ovidoneoo that the averageo hours worked by members of the Union were thirty per week, the average wages being £2 per woolk. Argumenlts woere oonolutdad in the High Court on prolimnlnary objeotlon in the train. ways oaseo, Judgment wad reservod. A severe lire ooourrod at OUveub Bardons Fruit Oalo, Sweanstoun.otreet, at threo o'olook lhis morning, Oooupants in an adjoining hotel escaped in nighb attire, At tihe City Uourt, floury Qeor?o MI'Ewae was fined £50 or three months for sly grog eoling ; Ruby Walton £30, or two monthta; and fctte William...
SALES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 March 1914
SALES. helsrs,, Thomas Morrow and Co, report having hold a very euoocerful olearing Bale at fBurke's Flat on Friday, 6 h March, in the estate of Thoe, Gilmour (dooased), There was a very large attendance and compop ition was good, Horsee, cattle, farm implemeints and machinery w'ld at full values, Mlessrs, Thomas Morrow and Co, report: -On Tuesday, March 10th, wo conducted an extenalve clearing sale at Enmu, on account of Messrs Chapple Bros., of horees, sheep, Cattle, lamn Implements and machinery. There was a representative attendance of buyers from all parts and every lot war sold to good oompetition by auction, Following ars some of the prices :-6 and 7 yr-old mares, £35/10, £20 to £27 ; do p'oldinge, £3i to £23; foals, £8/10 ; yearling colts and .ll.ies. £/10 to £4; buggy horses to £10; milking cows, £/09; prlngers, £7112; mOrloo ewes, 13/0; plows, £17/10 and £20/10; drill, £20/10; harvester, £830 o?ltlvators, £5/10 to £6(11 wagon, £,9 Harness and sundries sold at full rates, M...
PRODUCE MARKETS. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 March 1914
PI(ODUCI MMARKl rth. Whrp ~y Mlbourne, Frriday. Yesterday, mfd buyers raisid their limits Wi' hout mnaoting with much respouee from seller,, A few thouaanct hga oChaneod hands at U to 31101, delivered alongeedo toWre tIh COUnry, nd for a parcel in uidiog kit ii eporltaed ted, Thue Londonotlr, '\rreportAc t obe eeadly, but iuaotlve, and rhe season Is now approaohing when development In tbs growlng orop will be a faolor In infldunolog values, Oat.--or all deloriptionusthere ia a toeady demand, and full rate are being obtlinefd. For milling Alerian up tol/I 1, moro monoyheing wanted for sood, whilst up to 1/10 is quoted for heavy feed. Chaff.,-For ohnioi wloeaten 70/ was quoted, oaten hPlbe obtainable at 05/, some sellora asking 67/0. Primo ohlff olhanged I ado at G0/ to 0?2/, medium at from 55/ to 5710, and Infrlor at oonoeaeionA. lAyy,-. MIongRrtrueaed Ia to bo hId at, from £4115 to £6/10. fopd shoaven at fr m £2/15 to £3/" dtrt oh f1ine sorts a down to £2, Victorian .trw is quoted a...
HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 March 1914
HORSE SALE, Meossrs . M'Kchnle & Co., report hold. lag their half.yearly horse sale at St, Arnaud on Tuesday, 10th March, when they yarded 109 draughts and 53 light horses, There was a good attendance, Melbourne and Ballarat being well represented, local com petition was practically nil and the bulk of the horses sold were purchased by Melbourne end iallarat huyers, The top pri3c of the day was secured by Mr. D, Rosa for a heavy d eld, 6yre, which made £41, Other hoavy draughts which reached good prices were a 6 yr old geld, a/o Mr, J. RU Baldwin. at £38, a 6 yr geld a/o Mr J, Duxon at £36, and a 7 yr old geld oao Bath Bros at the same figure, Useful farm horses, 5 to 7 yrs, made from £16 to £30. 21 and 3 yr colts and fillioes from £15 to £28, lighter sorts from £10, Good delivery horses sold up to £21 secoured for a 5 yr old geld ado Mr A. P. Bath, others mold from £10 to £13, Ponies made up to £14/10, Of the total yarding 68 were sold s/o Mleers 51'Manus, Marohtnuout Bros,...
PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 March 1914
PROFPEK'lY SALES, Mesra, G. M'Kechnio and Co, report the following property sales by auotion and pri. vatse ontraor,-A/l Charles Jones, Amphi. theatre, to Mr T, Anderson, Amphitheatre, 141 soree, part under fruit treeo, £23 per sore, 10 acres, adjoloing, unimproved, i3115 per acre ; a/o Mr, John Hoaelen, Be zr lev'e Bridge, to Mesers J. and A. J., Hioken, 120 sores freehold at Moolerr ; al Mr, T. H. Newall, Marnoo, to Mr. G. Patience, 60 acres freehold, at £12 per noro ; Pao Meeers Cunningham, Gre Uro Village, to Meeser Dyke Bron, 308 aorce 30 po~ oh a freehold; tao Mr. Peter M'Keohn e, to Mr, C. 8 Sutton, Kurracoa, 94 aor, 1 rood 10 perches freehold; 810 the mortg.geen, to Mri J. C. Morrow, Ioglowood, lasehold allotmente 40 and 41, parish of , arugar, county of Tatoheras 984 acrea 3 roods 6 porohes; account The Trustees, Executors and Agenoy Co Ltd, 412 Collines street, adminisetrator of Estate of Mrs, Jane Neebit, deceased, allot 13, see C, parish of Tohuterr, 139. 3r 391), at £0 ...
LIVE STOCK MARKETS. St. Arnaud, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 March 1914
LIVE STOOK MARKIHT8S. tt, Arnaud, 'Ihursday, 1Messrs. 0. IdKeholo and Co. report: The total yardings were-.721 store sheep, d( fat sheep and l?mbs, andt 1 cattle. A very short yarding of all classes of stock for to.day's sale, but any good sheep of good ages met whi'th brisk conmposition and ch?reged handa at full rates, while a fir demand existed for the few fats which were only medium quality, Well-bred 4 t mn woes, good sorts, in lamb to Line. madel 1/10 ; 4 and 5 yr old oh do do. 14/ ; 4 I iml wre, fat ond forwardl, 15/3; medium qua'iry Im ewes, 12/10 to 14/1 inferior do, 8/6; milch cow, £41718, We yarded 90 store sheep, 44 fat sheep sad lambs, sod 1 cattle, and sold at quotations 0 store sheep, 44 far sheep and lambs, I cattle, ss follows-44 fat sheep, F. Edesltenl 1 milch cow, I), Stewart. Out. side sales-700 m owes, 0. Olive; 500 fat x ewes, J. Hinee; 400 in ewes in oonjuno. tlon. Mesir', A. J. Simpson and Co, report : The total yardinos were--721 store sheep, gf fat sheep an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 March 1914
D)R, SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TAB. ULES. Pave the way to Suoooas By giving you A Good Stomach And a Cheerful Diepoeition. They dig?et what you oat, Obtainablo overywhecre, CHURCH NOTICES. 3RESBYTERIAN OHURCH. NEXT SUNDAY, Rev, .E, Macdonald at St, Arnaud at 11 n.: Gre Gro North, 3 pm. Mr. W, H. Rao, Gowar Fast, 11 a,m,, errimal, 3 p,m,; Slaty Crook, 7.30 p m, TO LET. 'ANTED To Let on Share System, 282 Acres of Lind, part fallowed, tuated at St, Arnaud East. Apply tos, MUnItPy, " Tara," St. Arnaud. PUBLIC NOTICES. St. Patrick's Day, _USINESS PLACES will bo OLOSED at 12 noon, on TUESDAY, 17 h ist. The usual half.hollday on WED. ESDAY, 18th Inst., will also be ob. trved, F. DOWER, Soo. Traders' Assoclation, Public Notice. £5' REWARD. SNYONE found TRESPASSING and REMOVING PROPS, TIMBER, r FIREWOOD from my paddocks at .owgr or Sr. Arnaud East, will be 'ROSEOUTED. The above reward will ae given to any porson ?iving information hat will load to the conviction of the hlof, JOSEPH READ. March 4, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 March 1914
SO01o1 Al dv?tisoment AUTUMN DRAPERY. N. J. A. REED IS NOW OPENING NEW SEASON'S GOODS. Call and eoleob your NEW HAT early., Per es. Aeoanlas hse justb arrlvod tles shipments of LATEST NOVILTIES, New Tweed Dress Material. Amason Clothe, Sedan Clothe. Newest Colourings. Golfers' Setafette Coate. Sports' Coats, Lo, N. J. A. REED, The Block, St. Arnaud. 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 lid. Neat designs and patterns. Shop Soiled Shirts at is each. Remnants of every descrip. tion at prices which must clear. A. RITC HIE, Local Agent for the South Australian Woollen Mills, Desiree to notify the publio that he has juet opened a full range of Onkaparinga Rugs at 27s 6d, 29s 6,d, 385s, 55s, 57s 6d, 65s, 84s, And White and Colored Blankets. Men's single and douhlo.breaeted OVERCOATS in groat variety., iMen's Trousero, Flannuael Shirts and up to.date suite, MANUFACTURED FROM AUSTRALIAN ...
WOOL SALES. London, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 March 1914
WOOL SALES. ' Londoo, Maroh 9, At the continlnation of the wool aneloa on Monday priont worn well to iuninted for fino andt ooreao cronebrodre and morinoes, but valuen of shabllby and medium oroneireds were irrgular, 1'heo number of b:ldo oataloiued to Friday eas 49.700, and the number sold 48,01), London, March 10, At Ihoe wnol sales on Tuesday valueo of mediumlin ornesbrods wore in f vor of buy re, but for all ocher doocriptiona there wnae strong oompatition at firm ratae, London, Malroh 11. At the wool sales on Wednesday, valune were unohaongd, but merinoea and fine oroeobrede wire xr reomely firm.
COONOOER BRIDGE SPORTS. (From a correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 14 March 1914
COONOOER BRIDGE SPORTS. -4·-~-- ·- (From a correspondent) There was a very good attendanoo at the Ooonooor Bridge races and sports on Wednesday last, The weather was all that could be desired, and the rain of the previous Monday put the traok in excellent running order, The fields were satils factory, and the fintehes Interesting. The gate rooolpts amounted to £12, Every body who attended speak In terms of praise at the manner In which the general arrangeoments for the sports were carried out. by the ofiloles, the duties of hon secretary being ably attended to by Mr. W., Sheales, The publloan's booth was in the hands of Mr. P. Shoales; and the fruit booth was attended to by Mr. A. Barber. Following are the results of the events : MAIDEN PLATE, 4 furlongs, P, Hogan's Ludy Melba ,,, 1 J. Perry's Ruby .. ,,, 2 R,. Wright's Winobose ,,, 3 Seven startors. MAIDUN TROT, 14 miles, D. M'Innis' Dandy ... ... 1 D. Mangan's Dolly ... ... 2 Six startare, NOVELTY PoNY RACE, 4 furlongs, G. Stephen...