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Athletics. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

. Athletics. E, Carter won the N&rrandra Sheffield Handicap, off 2$ yards io 11 A. This timo we thick, ip a litilu loo fast. Friday, 6th Maroh, is fq* down for the holding of the Niv«irro (Jharhy 'portt Meeting in aid of iho Stawall and e t Arnand Hospital,?. Tba programme drawn tip is a hntfihy ono and comprises bora*) and athleiio evenlp, iuoluded in the latter is & Shefliald flandioip of 130 yard*. Firsl pr.'z°, £3 , seoand 1 Oj. In tho b >reo evonti >bu cbiuf raao in the Hospital Handicap of £0. oue mile, Eot'iea for all evoDti cloao with ibo secretary not later than 11 li.in, Gfc'i aiirch ; auy lator ootry doable fee Tho admission to the ground will bj Is. Further pa?tiaalirs oui be bad from .John Dirlincton, prorot&ry.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

Young Bto* tmisss —AUCTIONEERS.— STOCK ftiiD,SiATWM ACEEHS Head Qitlccs—Horsham, tiamll [ton, and Willi > BRA.NO'1 OFt'lUiS-*—Oi.atnrton, 'JorriiiB, Mnrtoa, Miuyip, W am.cUnaboal. Bonmn, panynp, llinibaola, Donald, GoroKO, Ararat, Nntiinnk, Rainbow, Joparit, una Kiniva *nd Willaura. AKonciet" at Sirathilawnio. Lake BOiao. Bftnyena, Pi>Nrthurpt\ Ualmoral, Hopotoun, Aootion aDd Clearing scales Conducted in Any Part of the Slslo. LAW) SAC A iPHCIALTY. mckiOR A rrftiifioroenia Mado £or Fft4 BtooU Goinp Bsllarat and Molboarne Markota. Unlimited Amounts ot Trpst bionoy to Li:ml, ft' 1 per cent. -AGENTS FOB Dennys, Lancnllc-a, Aaatia and Co., Wool ■ Grain .lirokora, Stock and Siauon Amenta, GcgIomr and Melboamo. '1'hB Bullarft' Bnnhing Company, Ltd. Tho Aietralaeian Mninal Livo StooB ftotaranoo Society Limited. Tho Viotorina Firo Inaaranoo Company. The National I'ira Insnranco Company New Zealavd , , Bnainosa arranRod with all, tho liading arms of anctioneora in Nov? Sonro Wala nd So...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

this PLiM'lE STANDS 8HOnj"iT)ER TO' SHQUI"PER WITH YOUR WAftTS. WE BUILD VEHICLES THAT WILL PLi^dE YOU fT h»i baon rvoknoivkdqofl lav ovnr yon h by MI who hnvo ylsitad oar Faototy and Show Roomn that whan tin ntllolo o I nnaanal marrt or oat oi nho ■ innry ran is wantod, tho pluoa to procaro it io at 8HIBHEFF BftOB Bhsald it bo a Voblalo for bnainoas aao, or an Abbot agsy for oaao nnd oomtort, wo oan onpply it. " u° THE quality 13 BIGHTI THE PRICE REASONABLE I AND THE UESfGf] PERFECT ^CUBE»'<aKwiwn<ui«WBBniiuiiai BSSffia T-SiS'i n J PREMIER COACH FACTORY1 KstQbliehod 1850.] CORNER OF WIMMERA & SCALLAN STS., STAWELL. [Establioboa I8S3. 1IOKSE3 OABEF0LL* AND BKILFOLLY SHOD BY EXPEUlhNOED WORKMEN. ™" BhlPp'nn 39ET. 13 NO RDDEOT 80 Hli! 15 LLOYI). IMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL STEAMERS. | DIRECT STEAMERS to GNGLAN1^ ! indtho CONTIN ENT oalllnR Adelald0 i premantlo, Colombo, Aden, Suez Oancli I Nuplco, Genoa, AlKiorB, Sonthampton (Lou don, Antworp,. and Bremen, will ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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The Stawell News AND Pleasant Creek Chronicle SATURDAY, FEB. 28, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

^Elte .Stauucil iftctua AND ©mh (SlH'oaidc SATURDAY, FEB. 28, lull. J T On a charge of having attempt to travel od tb« train from lloreb&m to Ballarat without a lickct, a young man named J^hn Montford U'Bneo appeared before file (/ Mitohul!, J.I1, at the local oouri yesterday mocuing. O'Urito, who alaxaisti 'hut the oonnuotor hart takon hio ticket at Murtoa, was given tu charge of Coust TajJor on the arrival of iho 0,30 a,m exprtjod. Accused tiaicl that 1id stub & rail iv&y fireman, ruaidiuj? a* Ballarct. Ao jhuro wab uo upjiuaraooa cf a proceouting ic.ilv.ay oiiioiul, acouircd v/au discharged. HnczyiiA a petition .Viio prcaentid by Mr Tuutcbcr, 13 tuo Kdua&tiooal Department, ti'-ikio;; tbaS the PohooJ Iniilrf ioj; at V/atta WelU iniuhl remain in it0 priid'.nt pDi.tion, na itu removal vrao oon lumpln.iciJ. Tuc rcsidenta of [that locality v/iU bo ;$lad to h^ur that Mr Toatchcr \ h'ia buen ohioially informed lb-it iihiia bc'ja j decided no*. to remove i...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

DEA 777. Sdthkbland—On tbe 26ib inol,, at tbe resi dence of bid mother-in-Uw, Mrs JatneB HatobinflB, ••Whitehall," Grccn'j Oreek, Jaba 1'., beloved hveband of Edith dnnii tjatberlnnd. Aged 47 years. funeral Nolioo U N K H A SfOTICE The friends of the lute Mc .John 1; Sutherland are reeneotfolly invited to fol low lis remains to the place of interment, tbe S' a well ctmetery. The Funeral ii appointed to leave tho rcei.ionoo of bii mother-iu-law, Mra James Hatchings, •'Whitehall, 1 (ireen's HretU, THIS DAY (Saiardiy)l at 12 o'clock noon, reaching the Stawell Cemotery at 3 p.m. F. OROUOH, Uodortakur. P D NK It 4 L NOTIOfc Tho friends of ibe late Me James DiNirL Titom-twox are reBpeotfuIly invited to follow b'8 eemaine (o the pl»c« of it tor ment, tbe Sawell Cemetery. Tbe funeral ia appointed to leave hie late residence, Darlington Road TO-MORROW (Sunday) Bt i o'ciooli p.m. Y. CROUCH, Undertaker.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

SECOND "1)AY. Trial Silken, i\I*rry Burn, 1, Ivy Miy 2, Wimmero Kidk 3. Borough H&ndioap, 1 mile—Ruipara 1, Valwick 2, HopavoW 3. , Seoond Jinrdlo lUo--1, 2 miles -Morriai'o 1, Dioo Box 2, Bill Pririge 3. Haok K%on, $ mile -H-i'f Holilay 1, IIop Oat 2, Fiury Bob 3. Handicap Trot, l.\ milea—Kyararie 1, Yoa Yange 2, Lady Kdilh 3. Hotclrj' Handicap, aboab J-milo—Kaa pare 1, Vulwtck 2, Spoatuneona 3,

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Turf HORSHAM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

Turf HORSHAM. RACES. 'ilia lioralinm raoea held on Wedocaioy aoci Xharaday woro raav. fmjoosafa', lar^e aiunrianocB and go?d floMg. KsBalta : — Fumy Day. Maiden Plat?, t> Carloa^—Hobioalif, 1 5 WimiDora Kiorf, 2 ; Killy^ore, 3. Ficai Hnrdlu U:o*. 2 miloi -Ocaaley Chase, 1 ; Ncthorby, 2 ; Duke, 3. Ladies' Uracolof, G furlongd—-Doctor Jack, 1 ; M'Doa^till, 2 ; Bjbbio Lear, 3 Horsham Gap—0( GO novj, 1} mile?. R, M'Kenzic'a Miss teerriang 1 J, Fielior's Hopovjlo ., ... 2 P, L. M'Kao's SpgarfiUi Pony Rv5e, 5 turloag* —LiHta Skiooer, 1, ABecmblur 2, Littla Vera 3 Handicap Trot, 1 mile and a farloDg—- ! Lit le Patoh 1, May WilKa 2, T/ppet 3. j Fiyiug Handicap, 5 farlonga-Valwick, 1; Sponlanoons, 2 ; ll i&pare, 3.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

MELBOURNE'WOOL SALES, WednoBday. Now Zealand Loan aud Mcroantile Agenoy Co., Ltd , report : — On flMea boin^ roeamod iu tlio looal mQrkot to-day wo brought forward a oato Ib^ao of bomo 1070 bnlee, Soma tfood ooouccdo woro inoludod, but tbo aoleotion go a wholo wno a miooollanouao ono, btiafi l«rgoly compriood of ro-effered wool9 &ri oddments. Thero wao a fjood attendnuco of tbo trade, competition for oil eeoliood being keen and priuea gcnorally for ^ocd uoola from par to 5 por oonb. denrer thaw ut tbo olodo of tbo ronular nellion aeasod, wbilBt medium &ud mforior ijorts were tic ohacged, Oar top prioo for tbo day i" Bcouredo was 2-id Ibia beiutf oeoared frr ouper oomb brand TA over £1 ((JoelooK eoonred) whilst iu uroaoy up, to l-jl wrtU paid. Borao of the prinoipul oaliia wcro : — Balojk from Trirni^on frcolaesed by tbo oompany) ; 12 J ; HootraU over Mer lon to 1^'d, G.W.F. over IiurnH io ffom Bruthc-u merino i2^cJ, 0 over 0 from Haeoon South Xbrcd 12d, II i': Coy. o...

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Mr J. Daniel Thomlinson [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

Mr J. Dauiol Thomlinson Justaswefjo to press the newa comes to hand oC the (loath, lata yes terday afternoon, of Mr J. Daniel ThomliiiKon, of JJjrlington Koad, Moonlight Hill. The deceased, who was 48 yoars of age, was underground manager of the Magdala-cum-Moon light mine. lie leaves a widow, one son and two daughters. The late Mr Thomlinson had been » resident of Stawell for 46 years, and his death will be mourned by a large circle of frienda. The funeral will leave his late reaidenoe, DarliuRton Road to morrow (Sunday) at i p.m, it j ■: v.».w - - 'A.-ETsa

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SPORTINS NEWS Bowling HAMILTON DEFEAT STAWELL AND WIN GRAMPIANS PENNANT [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

SPORTINS ftEWS I Bowling HAMILTON DI'U''I0AT fi'L'iWVULL AND I'KNNtVNT Tiio final rmtuli for Ihu Urampjiino An- : soomtion pcnnn.l, wbb filnyarf on M'htirmUy I nfLornoou on ilui S'awill i;ri>cn helwocii ! gtowi'll A»d Hamilton. ll.wnilioi) Imt) , urcviiiUBly lonl ono uiH of iIm ilirco nmlohoj I phyrd nnri h'Uwoll find won tlm Hirer. Up iill Tlmrmtny mnrnin,; il, was (,!iouj{!ii, ' (1,1,1 Hill IpO'll club ounld hi'', bi! Iicul ^n, iih it wnn nnrfcri;l"Oil Hint in thu ovcnt of a tin botwcon iwu cluhd Iho cuo tootinii titj i muiibur of winnini! pomu won ,1 [ (jowinner;', Uovovim, Una wno ,> • wroiiq ituprcntion, no ttio rules providi. thab in Iho even! nf a lie I'm iluh wtsorihk ,|Iu ; hi/tiitel BKt!rii}U« uf Jiniuw t) wm. 'l'liu Infi II»milion in liio pxniou Ibui it |h«y . rfofeMud Nlmvull by 8 puintn or uiorf, Kicy j woi:I't win I tin punnnnt. Undi't iho oit cumolmooii 'I'lmiedaya inn orosl-id u (jooii rli'ftl ol intoreft. 'fhreo of iholnoil I tinka dill woll, capooially Oliadw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

SIML'IjV WUNXJlOia''UL. ' My littlu Ijirl :V 1(10 onllurcd oontinnoao ly with crmiji tlr.t I bourn lu think oh° would novt r i;< t boiler,' wrilea ftl'O Gnunt leli, XC'J Adiilaiilti K'jiuj, Newtown, N.4. B'joini; Olmnibiifl.Mii'a Omi|>li ltomody ndvnrti«.-d I Uion-ilit I - would try it ana Q'Hild cee u m lier olrniRbl »wuy. « In dimply wonderful li..w nuiokly Chamber luin'ii (Jounb Honiody ruliovod the obiju* Hold bv T. J, WriKbt 4: Go, Prop. W-\ "3 O. iJ. KIck, obonngt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

ECZEMA CURED. Notliiug ta^oa a womno'a pationofl, Motbxcg oporto a ^ooti disposition ijuioUer, Than any imuvtion of tho ekio. ' 1'iIl-o aloo moat dtjvo you mad. , All day tiicy mulio you mifl>jrablo, All nitfht thf-y Ueop yoa awake, Juet tho ,-aiuo will) Kczaiua. ftuoh miucrit'3 aro daily dcoroauiDtf. Puoplo aro lurvrniti^ lhay can bo oared, learning that mucitoC Do&n'a OvoliRtmt> Plenty of proof that jjo&q'o OiDtmoDt will euro Eiiima, Pile?, or nuy oUior Dkia trouble, Iloru'o a proof of thin otatcmanl Mm A. Scd<jwici<tbtoof'(.ili:noroby Kofid, Suwcl), and now living iu Footooray, Mcl bouruu. my* " river ninco I wn» a ohild i uuliorud ftojjj Ilt^L'ina. 1 tried uiiiiiy rVinodi«B, but ouiy ^ot temporary reluil frmn Ihtni, iiinl 1 ijuito thought' tn»« compluiut was incurable. Tho iriltation w;i8 i\lmo«t imbi;ic;ible. A friend advioud mo tu try Djivu'h Ointment, uud it wan woudcrtul how quickly thin mucdy uurcd inc. 'i'ho lit'bt l«-w upplicuti...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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SHATTERED SLUMBERS. An Editorial Experience. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

SHATTERED SLUMBERS Au Editorial iSxperionca. It was the hour of 10 a.m. ; aud the Editor lay sound aaleep in the slumbers of tho jiut journalist and the financially solvent. Bang ! came a knock at tho scribe's bedroom door and a sleepy "come in" was the roluctaut answer. 'l'ho pressman turned over and groaned— perhaps ho ewore a HUle —as two figures entered. One was a well-known local business man ; the other—well, we will attempt to deseribo him. llu was Bhort, und obviously on the beet of forms with himself, Ho was introduced as Mr 1" a Wh n, .Stawoll'd "pool laureate." Flicking with a riding whip tho legs of his trousers, (which wcro tucked into bis socks) be comaiouced with "I took a trip to Melhouruo lo see my jockey son Who's riding races every day And winning every one," and so on for at least seventoen verace. (The fact that the prossmau slept through ten of them has no boariug on tho veracity of the Btocy). Then the poet dauced an impromptu fandango from one end of the bedr...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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OBITUARY. Mr John T Sutherland [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

OBITUARY. Mr Joliu T Sutherland It ip will) fir.coe ugut lb,| w hiive to record tlio death of .Mr John T. Sutherland which took place at the residence of his mother-in-law, Mrs James Hutchings, ''Whitehall," Green's Creek, atiout ti o'clock on Thursday evening. The deceased, who was -17 years oi age, had for the past two years boon a sufferer from Bright's disease, to which he eventu ally succumbed. The deceased gentleman was a native of Stawell. lie spent his boyhood nt "Wimmera l'ark," subBe quently going to reside for soma years at "Rosewell," near Rupanyup. He afterwards oame to Stawell anil represented the firm of Messrs Young Bros, subsequently going to, Horsham on the staff of Messrs Hagelihorn and Bolton He relin quished this appointment owing lo the unsatisfactory state of his health. He wag keenly interested in iha Stawell A and P Society, and render ed valuable assistaucc at alt tho shows of the society. Hu also took great interest in sporting matters, aoting as judge at ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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SWIMMING AS A SCIENCE. "The Details Count." Says Mr F. Beuarepaire. A Few Words of Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

SWIMMING AS A SCIifc, Tho Details Uomit.1' Says Mr AFow Words of Adyice. I "While in convorsatrou vM, a " Nows" representative at Aquatic Carnival on Wednesday Mr F. Beaurepaire expressed li'iinseli as pleased with the tlisphiye nivsn („ several ot th" swimmers, particular, ly the younger boys, moic than one of whom, he saiJ, showed promise, Tno swimming, taken all round, waJ better than he expected to sou ina country town. There wore, however, quitea num ber of Berioim faults, which only careful coaching would eradicate; For instance, many ot the competit ors were entirely wrong in their arm action, and often hit the water with thfr clbuw or II it arm before the hand ontorod. Such a atyln would never produce tiigh speed, as it was necessary that thu hand should act as a guide oc rudder for the arm, not vico vorsa-as he had noticed. I " It's tho details that count in swimming," said Mr Beaurepaire. " Tho mail who enters the water ami thinks that brute force mid lot/t ot kick iS'tffo...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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RANDOM READINGS. RIGHT WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

HAN DOM R KA DINGS. ItIG11T WORDS. It is aukl that there arc thrco ways in which olio's personality is revealed to the world. Tho first is by rmo'a ap pearance, face, maunor, carriage, and dross. Those things appeal to tho eyo. Tho second is tho revolution in notes, lottors, handwriting and spoiling. Tho third and most important is in one's speech—that is, in tho way of saying what ono hns to say. This is a tost of ono's odueation and good broeding. Cultured people aro keenly critical of thoso who niako mistakes in pronun ciation or grammar. A well-trained oar for music is vory sensitive to false notes, A well-trained ear for oorroct sounds in language is sensitive in tho same way. Good advice was given by Lord Chos torfiold in ono of his letters to his son: "Novor use favourito words nor hard words but take great caro to speak cor rectly and grammatically and to pron- • ounce proporly.M ^ \ Everyone realises tho necessity of practising music drawing, or any other art in order to be...

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RUBBING IT IN. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

RUBBING IT IN. Ho had taken nnd furnished a small office, on the door of which ho had had inscribed, "J. Hard, Consulting Engineer." Underneath was set forth that his hours of work wcro from 10 to G, hut, so far, not a soul had come to disturb them or to consult him about anything—not oven the purchase of a penny stamp. Even tho boy in the office opposite was oponly contemptuous, and poor Hard could not help feeling depressed. Oite morning ho went out to lunch, and, as usual, pinned a card on tho door and wroto on it "Shall bo back in tin hour." On his return ho found nddod to these words, in a boyish scrawl, "What for?" It often requires a head more solidly screwed on tho shoulders to bear a great success thau t-o stand a great misfortune.

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WHERE SHE EXCELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

WHERE SH& EXCELLED. Sir. Timidity one© Imd the miefor tune to figure as defendant in a libel action, and since then He had been re markSbly cautious with his pen. Somo little time ago hs was obliged to dis miss his servant, and subsequently the lady who thought of engaging the domestic wrote to Mr. T. for the girl's character. Now, Mr. T. might have said a good many things, hut—he romombered that libel suit. A week or so later a lady called upon him in anything but an amiablo temper. "I've culled for an explanation, Mr. Timidity," she began. "I engaged a girl sololy on your recommendation, f only to find slio's worthless. You said that, like othor girls, she had her faults " "She litis, madam!" "I'm aware of it. But this is also an extract from your letter: 'In ono or two departments slio oxcels.' What do you mean by that, may I ask?" "Well, madam, she eat'3 well " "Good gracious! I should think she does!" "Vory well, madam. She also s'jeps woll—and those are the departments...

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WILLING TO OBLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

WILLING TO OBLICE. Brilliant sunshine mndo tho garden party moro enjoyablo than theso func tions usually arc. TJio garden really was a garden, and, though most of the guests elustorcd on tho lawn, one or two wiser folks sauntered round tho rose-bordered paths. Two of theso were seated in a quiet part of the garden enjoying tho scent of tho flowers and the solitude, Thoy were engaged. Presently a mutual friend sauntered down tho path and noticed them. "You two seem to be enjoying your selves over hero all alone," said ho. "We are/' said the girl, and, being a girl, managed to look pleased to seo him. '"Won't you join us?n "Sorry, I can't/' answered tho friend, "not being a clergyman. But I'll go and find one, if you like!" if you do not. want n thing you oro as well off and its lmppy ns if it be longed to you. So lopff as a man is capable of self renewal he is a living being.—Amiel.

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AMUSED THE OLD LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

AMUSED THE OLD LADY. Tliore was a worried look on tho grocer's faco as he rushed hotless down the street and ran tip the steps of Acncia Villa. "I—I'm sorry to say there's been a slight mistake, Sirs. Grumblo," he panted. "You ordered two pounds of oatmeal yostorday, and by mistake my apprentice put 'Up some sawdust that our grapeB came packed in I" "Oh I" replied the lady. "Then I rockon my 'usban' must 'avo got through about arf a pound o' wood for broakfus'." "Y—you mean to say that he ate itP" gasped tho man in tho apron. "Course 'o did," as tho reply. Tho lady leaned back on tho door post, and for throo minutes indulgod in a lough that brought all her neigh bours to tho scone. "Wal, that's right-down funny," she obsorved with a laugh. "Funny?" queried tho grocer. "Yus, funny! 'Ero wo've been mar ried thirteen years, and Charles 'as novor paid mo a compliment till this mornin' srt broakfus', when blest if 'e didn't pass 'is plato for another go o' that sawdust, and told me 'It r...

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