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HEALTH IN THE HOME, GRANULAR EYELIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

HEALTH IN THu ——t GRANULAR I'-VKI.Ids *Tl»is form of inflammation oti ^ liil may ll° anuv or chto0iP* although from •' tcmU'iu y t„ „j, j little attention to slight ati.uks ni rC(1 ness of the lids, we mote «tu-n Inctt with the chronic form. The chWJC tcristics are granular elevations in ^ membrane lining the lids, and ^ changes brought about by cicatrix, forming as the result o{ ilio <leycMii>ta tion and loss of substance in t|1[S! granulations. These maturations . confined to membrane of the lids, do not encroach upon that of the ball They are of a greyish or ydlo*e.i> colour; thev vary in size and artangt. ment, as tlicy do not all develop the same (mic. Frequently thty a partially or wholly hidden by tlis swelling's of the papillae, to which they invariably give rise.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR THE FAIR GIRL. This Blouse looks Sweet made in Navy and White Stripe. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

FOR THE FAIR CIRL. This Blouse looks Swcot inndo in Navy and Wliito Stripe. For morning wear with a navy serge skirt this would be ideal car ried out in fine navv and whito striped flannel. The frout fastening- is novel, and very suited to tho artist's bow of dark bluo silk that most peoplo find so becoming. The collnr is also of navy bluo silk, and is cut in the newest) shape. Tho sleeves aro of tlio regula tion shirt pattern, joined on at tho shoulder, and fastened with a straight cuff. Tho buttons should bo covered with silk to match collar and cuffs, or else of dark mother-o'-pearl.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEAUTY'S EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

BEAUTY'S EYE. Tho woman who lias a proper regard for her personal appearance will do all in her power t-o preserve and im prove the beauty of her eyes. Besides being the ''windows of the soul,'* thoy play a very important part in tho great, drama of life called Beauty. No thing much can be done to alter the shape of tho eye, and only good health can produce tho clear ''blueness" of the wliito which belongs to a perfect eye. The perfect eye is almond *hape, rather full, and with an equal amount of white showing all around the pupil. Abuse of tho eyes in childhood is re sponsible for many unattractive and diseased oyos. It is woll to remember at. all ages that, when reading, tho light should always be steady—not tho flick ering flame of a candle—and from tho side. Tlus last point is important, and much better than having tho light at the back. A 'great mistake is to have an unshaded lamp on the table by which to read. Bathing weak eyes in boracic acid water nt night strength ens and b...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

entertaining an EN KM ST. Don't ectertain & chronic tanning eoro or wonndp. Cnro it with l)r Sheldon', Mrtgootio Linim * n;. Price, In Od &Dd Hd Obtiinablo everywhcrp. Piano Tuner tt, P. Fniyling At stawkll very tuesdav una. WEDNESDAY. All iho lend ing makcn ofPinnoa supplied. BarRSinn in Beoood-Hnnd Pianos. Ordnrn may bo loft n oaro ol Mr D. I. Thomap, Main tit.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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MOTOR CAR EXPLODES [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

MOTOR CAR EXPLODES Mr C. Hcmpol, manager of Car. inya, near Hamilton, experienced a heavy loss during the week, Whilst returning from Hamilton in bis motor car, be being the only occu pant, and when about a mile from home on an upward grade he opened the machine up to let in more petrol. The engine back tired and the put rol tank immediately exploded, hur ling Mr Hempel from his seat, and in a few seconds the car was envel oped in flames, wi<h thn result that it was soon destroyed. Mr Hempel escaped with a f«w burns on the fingers of both hands and the ruin ing ot a suit of clothe.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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A HORSHAM FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

A HORSHAM FIRE. Anotlipr fire, making tbe fourth witbin a fortnight, occurred at Hor sham on Wednesday night, when a four-roomed weatherboard buiding situated on Church Hill,-with all the furniture was destroyed The place which was occupied by Mr J?. Warrick, was owned by Mrs E. Elbe, and was insured for £100 and the fumi'uro for/70.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS. Crisp Clips from our Contempoaries. DOUBLE DROWNING TRAGEDY GOROKE LAD THE VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS' Crisp Clips Irom our Coutempo>: - arioa. DOUBLE DROWNING TRAGEDY GOROKE LAD THE VICTIM. Deep sympathy id felt for Mr and Mra George Stanton, of Goroke, in the loss of their eldest son, Curtis, who was drowned at Wellington, on the Murray, Ndws to that effect reached the parents on Tuesday lust, by telegram. Tho ill-fated youth, who was 20 years of age, was a fine lad, who bad worked hard on the land. A short while ago he look a holiday and went to stay with his uncle, Mr Taylor, at Wellington. With Willie Taylor, aged 22, and another cousin from Adelaide, he went out on a sailing boat, which was in chargo ot a native boy. While they were backing up stream the boat, which bad five hundredweight of lead ballast, upset and went to I ho bottom. Young Taylor could not swtin, but ns a pi';c:e of wood was pushed within bis ieacb, Stan ton struck out for the tdiore. He had no sooner regained tho bank, however, than he swam back to the spot where tbe boat had sunk. ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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CROWLANDS-NAVARRE RALIWAY Carrage of Inward Goods. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

CROWLANDS-NAVARRE W HWAY Carriage of Iuwani uoods. Mr K. l'\Toutc.liiii'. ii'CtnL- I lv roci ivod the following U-iter, dated •; February ill;— Adverting to tin: a'tuchuri letter from J. .1. Oram, of .lool Joel, and your minute thereon in count C'lun with ili<> forwarding of consignment of manure to certain puiiitn on the Orowlands-Navarre line, under con struction, I beg to inform you that the matter has beon placed before the Engineer for R>iilwny Construe- ; lion, who bfts clmrgo of thin worlc, and he adviacn that he regrets ho cannot nee his way clear to opon the lino for any in ward goods tit the present stage, I am, ymirs faithfully, 0. Macaw. General Suptin'™Jent. Mr Toulcher replied as utuhr:— Mr Fitzpatrick,— I culled re the en cloBod letter which I diil not forward on. The lettor explains i self as my constituent's letter I prcsnnw will be filed. If incroasod railway freights result from increased production Uien the request made by Mr Oram is a businessli...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

PERSONAL. Miss Annia Ryan, daughter of Mi George Ryan, of llorsham, has been appointed, out of four applications,' prop itioner uurso at tho Horsham District Hospital. Mr J. OateB, leaves Stawell ou Monday as local delegate to the G.U.O.O.F. annual conference at Bairnsdalo. Mr Oates intends to uotubiiio tho trip with a holiday, last ing in all abuut a fortnight. Bros A. If, llaah, P.G., and \V. Ourran, D.D , P.G. leave for Mel bourne to-morrow morning to at tend, as the Loj >1 Wimmera Lodge, I.O.U.F. representatives, tho Grand Lodge Session which is to be held at the Oddfellow's Hall during next woelr. Mr Norman Allen, of Ararat, and second son of Mr T. J. Allen, of Stawell, was married on Tuesday to Miss Mabel Cathie, youngest daughter of Mrs Oathie, of East Melbourne. Mr R. F, Toutoher, M.L.A. ar rived in Stawell yesterday, and leaves this aftornoon. Meanwhile he may be seen at the Foresters' Hotel. Mr B. S. Dawson, accompanied by hia daughter Mra J. C. Sinclair, leave to day f...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

LADIES Ladieu whoao health is GiUBing tbern any i arixttlv aro strongly nrivtai'd to consult Mrs ! D. ftl,' OiiH'ord, fctip'-i-intMidrmt of tbs I Nritura Health < o, of J!) Klia-.bf Oi Bleeot, ' iUelbourup, and lonil ftoin hur bow nood I hcM'h m iy be re t ired to thnm by meano I of tho woudi-rfui Ntklurii Home Treatment, I thai ha« cntnd po many thousands of women and Kirla. No charge whatever is i made for the conuuUaticwj or advioo. N.B. ' Afr9 Clifford will io future vi6j5 Stnwoll the j third Tu-redtiy in every month, when abe I may bu scan at tho'1 own Hall Hotel from i 10 a.m. to 7.80 p.m Tho next vigit will ( tako place ou 17th March. For ifm eon- i vofu inc»j of pa'f»ntfl and olbera Mrs Clifford I will carry a fall supply of all modioincB. I By Bending 2d postage to tho Oomp&oy'a Melbourne office, a valnnbte health gaido I for v/om*jrt will b-j p t>.i free. Addroea ! department A,i\ ! NO 1USTUUN OJ:"'lliL^ESS FOK l\ Wo aro arEWttiutf a vary importan qnc...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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CORRESPONDENCE A Suggestion. (To THE EDITOR OF THE STAWELL "NEWS") [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

CORRESPONDENCE A Sugfreatiou.. (To the eonon or The biawbia "new") , Sir,—Tbo recent bmauh at tbo looal railway station, caused by a train boiag earned ioto the ehod road by migtako, happily did not eovolvc any loaaof iifo or personal injury to anyone, but it ban often fltrook ma that tbo speed nt wbioh tho pau nongor ap-train in tbo afternoou daabug into tbo elation yard, whoa anotbor train loaded with pesnungera id waiting to go out, oboald bo grcat-y dimimehod. Ono can oaoily imagine whul a lood ol life and maimiug of innoocnb pooplo would gdbuo Gbould anybinfj go wroug. Uopiog that tbo preaont, dangerous ayatoiu will bo altered 111 tbo direction iudioatad, or u uafor arrangement iotrouuoud. Youra o'G, OBSEKVKK, iiUwoll, 0/3/1 J,

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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INTERSTATE COMMISSION. Tarriff and Combines. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

| INTERSTATE COMMISSION Turriff aucl Combines. Mr A. B. PultlinLiton and his col leagues, Mossru G. Swinburne and N Lockyer, iIn: Insti'iUto Comiriis sitimirs, :mc rendering inesitmablo service in placing reliable informa tion on mailers ol vital importance at lh- disposal ol Uie electors. When the t -rrill' was discuss.',! in Parlia 1110111 tliLi1" was it Hood of loose lalk ; some members repeated ihe fairy tales of impct«-r or manufacturer. The modern M,l\ must, bo snpor lioi.illy omniscient ; lie handles hun dreds of questions and, necessarily, milliters hut, two or throo of them. In place el I hat vnguo talk, men whi) liavo devo'eil llioir lives to com mercial and tariff issues aro taking ovidence, ate asking witneijes ques tions which go right lo the heart if 'he matter; and are checking the answers hypersoii.il examination of f-.dories and caieful study of figures supplied by stmisls, federal, State anil Foreign. Alroa y the Commissioners have brought to light facts which must...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Waste Waers. (To The EDITOR of The " STAWELL NEWS") [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

Waste Watoro. (To The Enuoii oi Tub "SjMitDL Nuwn") Dane Sir,—In loo'. Tueudaj'ij ioouo 1 not0 your bending "V/utor Wnuturu" aud bof» t° rcuout tiirnu, qu iu tho uyliK'uoa ^ivi-u' proved tbat tbo vvstot' wua aaed for n nur pguo. Youc loadio// dttlalo iu Tburuday'ii iiisuo I qaita (i^roo with, with tbo uzotip tiOD of whom yoa inoinuato thai i-omo rntcpayoru aro looliinj; for troublo. An olio of thu uuforttln&v'o you rofur tu I b"i' (o c»atu tbat via oro uot lookirn; for Iroublu nu wo have already found it aud oul. dLl.|rg j,j to Uot ont of it which 13 only aituiai Ju rcij.ird to tbo ori'.icnl puriod yoa opuak 'of 1 think ovary I'atopayor foil into lino. Aooord. iiiy to prr.sG reports, every ratepayer re sponded to 6bu &ppoil of tbo ooafioil tind i tbui .lived tbo situation. I woald likd to I siaa a tuaitjr ot (ict, that (hueo-oallcrf I raukiac "t waters for whiob wo aru bcioL' 1 pro-teocted, toolt ploco beforo tho oriiioal 1 poriBd Bpokrn of, ai?ay baoU iu January. ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

KICKED UIS BMIK "I rioked my b»ck severely and wan un able to BtUDd npwriglit." writes Mr Xliou H, Maber, Ebdon, Vio. "I bad Been Qbambedain'a Pain Halm advottinod for drams, and thonsht1 would nee what it would do tor mo. Tlio llrot application gavo tao roliol and I was quite mjaell again after uoin« only n ijuarler ot a . bottle." Bold by X <J Wrlfibb Bad Co P*op J»Wi and a E Sin^i obumlit.,

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE COMING CARNIVAL. Only Five Weeks Off. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

THE COMING CARNIVAL Only Five Woeks Off. In rather over a month—five wccUh to Lin nxuet—Stawell will bo in (ho throes of i'S iinnii.il carnival, and (IiduHiIiuIh of viniiocH will be within the boundaries of the town. This influx will, of eotirse, menu ti li:irvost-tiinn for business poople, and already many of the shops arc malt ing preparations for the big crowds wliieh the staffs \v>ll luve to attend to. 'Chough it is yet earlv to judge, indications point to t.hn uportfl meet- I itig boinga liugo success, aud an ex eepticnafly lartje entry of compoti torn ij pruotioally ansnroil. The military events for oadols are attracting tnor" attention thun hero tof ire, imd already oromises of teamB competing have bo.mi received from as lat away as Echucu aud Malvern, also from Uceloni/, Ballara', and other cetmvs, so tit it the local cadets will ri-qttiie to t'y their hardest if they desire to pb:aiti (ho laurels wou by ihum last year. Entries for ttoo sports closo on Tuesday, !)ih inst....

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Coursing. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

Coursing. Tho Btav/ell Coaming Club io now com puting arrangements for ofcorUing tho ( platupton with hr.rcrj for the enouing ; uou. Tho oooloHoro ban now bcou 0110 pit tad, und the hares huvo tho run of tut' i wholo of tho aroa wit hi n Uie raoccoiif^ j Jraok, Tho epQ'peu i'.tn thu boinopMl tiook vvrro*«i{)(inetl on \Vc<lueudayt and tho liiiioa already on tbo ground woro not long ul miking theniBelvoB acmiainied with tho csoapoB, To-day tho club iu holding a diivoul Matnoo. Thiu will talsu placo at Iho uuine plaoo aa tiiu i:ruvioun two drive>u, vL:., > t Oraham'j padnoolt, ell tbo IHnyeua Ito»d, Murooo. ['juvurrvi mcmbr" of tbo olnb v/i)l Ko up by motor car, and iirr.u'gemoutu bavo been ma Jo with a ouuibnr of Maruoo t'coi deutg io rondor u;,aio(anoo.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

THEY SAY. That summer is not qnite dead and is preparing tor a final flatter. | That a quail on tonal is a very papular dish at present. The only drawback is that one requires to be able to shoot straight eiiongh to hit the quail. That the Fyan's Creek cricketera expect to nit many sixera off the Railway bowling this afternoon, ow ing to the strengthening their arms have received iu beating out the recent fires. That the Shire Council's decision to abolish the 2s 6d bonus on fox skins will not be the cause of many bankruptcies, swing that a good quality pelt is worth anything from Ts Od to 1:2.5 (id in the Melbourne market. Tbafc there is a section of rate payers who swear that they will move heaven, earih and the Borough Council to get the wards abolished. There's a reckless lot of young men for you. That tho band and the brigade are off to LSeudigo on Monday. Won't the bojft" be joyful if they score a win. Ttiat the gross UuingB of Wednes day night's picture show amounted to about...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Turf [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

Turf Modott Maid is weighted at 7.12 io the Mmtoa Cup Ij J-o ran on Wednesday, and 7.10 in the Flying Handicap. Ziii|;i ie weighted at 7.10. The Horsham Trotting Ulnb havo dt otded to hold a mooting on Woducgday, lut April. At tho Mount Gimbiflc Uusoa on Thurs day in the Maroh Handicap of 1^ mil" o Yetlii and Sherwood Forest ran n. det«d heal. In iho ran off the Utter won by tvo iengihs, V.K.C. AUTUM MEETING. Tho above races woro farther contioiud oo Thnradoy with following roguU Hurdlo llaoo—Darrawa 1, Olontatt 2, Uampanilo 3, uM. Lloyd Stakes—Jolly Beggar 1> i'opinjay 2, Cider 3, Aatnmn Handicap—Atom 1, Pria> iltthtsr 2, Andaoity B Maroh Narsory—-AndcQino 1, liuntyga 2, tipioa 3. Loch Plate—IWJnor 1, Tho Parisian 2. Allftnaford 3, Kivor Handicap -Kiclmm 2, Varau/gh'a Daughter'2, Littlo Shim, o.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

Yonnfi Broo CTIONEERS.— STOCK AKD:SIATIIJ» AGEK'lS. Ncarf Oifices—tiorslutm, Namil ]pont ,snd HKANOH OL'EU-KS—Ot.sirrton, 'iVroui^, Mortoft, Miuvip, Wjirijvku-ihcnl, Jtfeulah, | p&uyap, Diinboclft, Donald, Goroke, ■ Arar-t, N-itimnk, Kainbow, Joparit, and Kiniva »i\vi WiJb.uru. Atfouoiu- <•»& S:rr.thdo\vnfo, Lako J3olno, itaoy&uA, PcRfilmrgt, B^av-crM, Uopotoan, Anotion and Oic&no# t^alcg Conducted iu »'.uy Pari of *hc- Slate. LAM) SA L a A &PZC1A LI V. racking arrangements Meds l..r Fa* StccH Oolnj? Ballamt aud Melbourne ^Idrbots. Unlimited -Vntouats of Trtiel Money lo Lend, at 4 per cfnt, -AGENTS i'OK— Pennys, L^eellee, Austin and Co., Wool Grain Brokers, S'.ooK and Station Aden's, Ojc'.ou^ snrt Melbourne The Banking Company. Ltd, The Aabtrkl&aiau ilataal Liva Stook BBPar^noo Society Limited. Tbo Victorian Fire Insurance Company. Tbe Nr.Jicn&l firs Insurance Company New Zealand Business arranged wilh blV fcbe teadi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914

THXB PL.'vOI STAJSTDS Si WE build VEHICLES THAT WILL b»on aaktiowlodgad Surovnr. yoru-.i by all who hnvo vioitod one Factory and Show Honma i>,„i „t,„„ . .. , P nnnaunl m.rit. or on* of tlio• inaryran io wanted, tho pUoo to pro.mro il ta ut BHIBto^FBROS BhQnlditbA yjblolo lot baaiaonu two, oc as Abbot nggy, for anno oad aamfort, wn onn anpply it, ua' "UonM » bo 5 the QUALitt IS HiGHT ! THE PRICE REASONABLE! *AfJD THE PERFECT Eyfiry Hmtioh of the I5uoinoen boinj- oaporintonilod by odo of tho Partners in unfficlenb anar»nt«r, v.,„ nr „ maintiil" tho KnpuU.ion hold by tho Firm for tho LAST FORTY YEAK3 for PIR8T-0LASS WORK " d^PBIzi (EAKEKSat nil tho bl.ow.. TYERB OUT, &n„ a? VERY MODERATE! BATES. Buggios fond l'hor Vehicles built to order. Vohiolog Bsgairod', Bo<*paintoi aad 'Sa-triaiaod, IPIifSMIER COACH FACTOfiT' EDlablUhod 1855.] CORNER ,OF WJMMMRA & SCALLAN' Sts., STAWELL. [Eotablia'ied 1859. I10KSE8 OAUEFULL^ AND SKILFULLY SHOD BY EXPEUlhNOED WORKMEN,...

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