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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 March 1914

Young Broa illiF n —AUCTiC-MEERH. 8T0CK AKD'ISfAJIOH AtB'lS. head Oific?s—tinmib Jfofl, tit of A Utll, HKVNUiE OFFi(?K*.—O'ii'ortou, Tarang, Mnrtoft, Miuyip, Wc.rtMcK:.>>boal, Benl&b, | ptmyup. lUmVu'oltv, Ponald, Goroke, Arant, Nnti:nuk, ivmi'iow, Jep*rift, and Kmiva \imI Vv'itiuatft. AgonoiG? at tHtatbduwiua. Lako Bolae, fianyona, Pc-uahur?*', iu\lmoralt HopotoaD. Anotion and Cicann^ - \bs Oonduoled iD Aay Patfc ot i<io ^iato. LAND SAlc \ *>PGClALTY. rucking Arrangements IMado for Fal I Stook Gomjj Invli" rr»t and Melbourne Marki/.c. Unlimited Amount* cf Trust Monoy io | Lond, At i »or cent. —AGENTS FOR— Dennyo. L^jccIIco, Austin and Co., Woo) I Grain Brokoto, Stock and Station | A^enle, Genloog and Helboorco. The BaUnr^ Booking Company, Ltd. Tito Aidtrftlaaiau Mutaal Livo Stook 1 tB-aranco Society LicuiloJ. The Viotorinn lrire Insurance Company, Tho Naiional Fire InanirftOQQ Company I Now Zealcvrd. BneiDGfa arran^.d whh alL the hading I utmg of &am...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 March 1914

thj-r PLAOE STANDS baot't,T)er. to shouipeli WITH YOUR "J. apvts. vV3 BUILD vehicles THAT WILL pl* rdb YQ5X i ni-tfl id tor a»nr yoarn by nil who hava visited 011c faobory and Show koama that svhon na articlo 0 fl' mv) l'"11 aj_'• 'ar nf t|Ya , inary ran in wantod, tho plaou to proutira u is at bhirrbl'l? bros. Should u ho & x ni' ^ yi w>lyit us«y for oaoo and nomtort, wo can oapply it. ® bi'sht! THE PRICE eieasohable-! AMD THE DESIGH PERFECT m •». of t ho huuinear bolnp'japorlntondad by ono of bho pnttuorb la oitfliolonb kuarantoo that tho now managcmnnt urtputftuoii hold. uy tho s'icm foe tlw t FORTY yl^hs for kikst-olass WORK and PRIZE ^keksa-vll t'h" tykrs out, fto., at vkry mod1shate ratm8. pu."r/ic3 £%nd c -<icr vohiclos bn.il- to order. tahiolrm sopairod, so-paiatoi aad;s>tvinaio4, mbanb&as&ctiit' ®hs»«3>®., prmmu'ik. COACH FACTORY' iabli3liod 1859 1 Corner 0?.' wimmeua & 80allan ST8., stawell. ikstabliahod i85fl. ' uor313s ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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SPORTING NEWS Cricket. LOCAL COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 March 1914

SFORTIKfi MEWS bnciiet. LOCAL COMPETITION. The matob Gleooirby v. Footballers Willed was set dowu to ha played at Qlon otchy yeaterday afternoon wna forfeited by the tattsc 10 ibe l\jovballerB. Xbo aeote tary eeut word to Siawell yeaterday morn ing stating that bio olub ouuid not master ft team. BTAWEDL UK AT RAILWAYS Blawell defeated Hallways on the Cen tral Pam yesterday. Boorea— Railways. Wbitty, o Bob, b OooBtable ' .. 2 Stanton, not oat _ 21 Qeaney, b Veruon 6 Clarke, b Oonttible 0 ftlilbaro, b Constible I Rosmaesen, o Vernon, b Uonst%ble 2 Dann, b Vornon 5 Utmpbell, b Oakley .. .. 2 Evans, b Oikluy 10 Lynalsey, lbw. b Oakley ... .. 0 l'ciend. b Oakley 0 Sandriea ... .. 2 Total 54 Bowling—Constable, i (oc 21; Oakloy, 4 (or 10 ; Vernan, 2 tor 18 ; Young, 0 lor 1; M'Nivod, 0 for 2 Standi, Constable, b Clarke 0 Oakley, o Friend, b Campbell .. 18 Thomas, b Dana 31 Barrow, b Douu 15 H'Niveo, not oui 13 Sandriea 2 Four wkls lor ..82 Bowling—Campbell 1 lot 16 ; OUrka 1 tor 12 ; Dun, 2...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Stawell News AND Pleasant Creek Chronicle THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 March 1914

§tauieU icletos AND (ZSUtauMe THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914. The wtatber has boon unusually bot to the time ol the year, and the figures tor pas', few daia are :—S»mrd»y, 01 i Bun day, 90; Monday, 80 ; Tuesday, 91 ; Wednesday 'JGt. Mb G. F. Greenwood, J. P. preside i at ibe local court yesterday morning, whin an inebriate, who bad been arrested by Constable Elliot tbe previous day, was dis charged witl a cautioo. Tbe oSendor. Danial M'Ginley, bad been treadiog the path of tempcraooefor some time ptior to bis lapBe from tbe metaphorical obalk Ime. Mb G Habnke, in Becoming ibe adop tion of tlie report and balancc-sbeet ol tbe Mjobaoios' lostituts on Monday even ng, drew attention to tbe falling oil in tbe number of subscriber?, and suggested tbal tbe incoming committee tako into consid eration eome belter system of oanvassiDg for subscribers and collecting subscriptions. Tbe chairmm otaied that this matter bad Been before Ibe committee, and he boped tbat tbe incoming year would baa more pr...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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JESSIE'S HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

§f JESSIE'S HOLIDAY. Jfi The door closed and a silence fell on •]| t(ie children. Nine little girls bent kfl close over their sewing, and their §| faces were troubled. Gladys at last || broke silence. "It's too bad!" she Ji| said, and at once the others chimed || in. "I never knew she was so poor.'' said one. "She's such a dear I" said another. "Never to be able to go v'| to the sea, but to have to stay in the ^ poky town all the time," came from a third. At that momment Gladys's mother came, and asked what the trouble was. i;I "It's poor Jessie," came the quick 3 reply. "We all began talking of our i| holidays; those who had been awayi I about what they had done, and wo (j others about what we meant to do, ami—and, 1 asked Jessie when she ■;J was going." j "And what did she say?" asked Mrs. Johnson. "I "She just said: 'Oh, I expect we'll f stay at home."' i "Ami then, without thinking, we all :j said : " Why broko in the other girls. J "Yes," Gladys continued, "and Jcs { sic Kot aw...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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EFFECTIVE BUT EXPENSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

EFFECTIVE BUT EXPENSIVE. Mrs. Brown at last had found a cook —a really firat-rato cook, but one who, unfortunately, know nothing about tha manipulation of a gas-stovo. Mrs. Brown, thoroforo, sent hor hus band to tho kitchen to oxplain mat ters. This ho proceeded to do very thoroughly, lighting each of tho many burners in ordor that tho cook really might seo how tho rango was operated. Whilo ho was still explaining, a mos sago called him from tho kitchen. "Oh, woll," ho remarked, as ho turn ed away, ''you'll soon loarn how it works, won't you, Martha?" Sovorul days elapsed before tho mast er and cook met again. Then, one morn ing, Mr. Brown liappenod to moot Martha in tho hall. "Well," ho asked, "and how's tho rango doing?" To his, and Mrs. Brown's utter con sternation, this was tho reply: "'Deed, sir, that's tho best stove I ovor did sco. Tho firo you kindled for nio four days ago is still a-burning4 and it ain't even lowered oncol"

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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LITTLE ITALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

LITTLE ITALIANS. Ittlian children are very much ^ | p It, and are allowed to do just as f i ihc> like, which is not good for any 0{ u« In Sicily it is not unusual for |s| the beautiful cathedrals to be used as * pi jgrounds, even when service is go ins on; and boys have actually been known to trundle their hoops in the -I £ n ic and sail paper boats in the fonts Sjr| of holy water. Hi With all their naughtiness, how fef erer, the Italian children are dearly HI beloved. In the cathedral of Pisa a If little pink frock hangs before a ifd shrine, and every dark-skinned pea \J sant who sees it stops for a moment |Kj to murmur devout thanks for the safe s',.! ty of the child whose tiny limbs it &| covered in the terrible fire of 1897. ; ! Many children, alas 1 were trampled j I to death on that terrible day, Jjr the jV;? cathedral was filled to overflowing ing when the fire broke out. The wearer of that little pink frock—a two 'JI j car-old baby girl—was whirled away t in the c...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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APPROPRIATE SIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

APPROPRIATE SICN. Dosem, an old village quack, found the calls and fees did not come fast enough to please him, so he added an apothecary's shop to his business for the sale of drugs and medicines. He had a great sign painted to at tract the wondering eyes of the vil lagers, and the doctor loved to stand in front of his shop and explain its beauties to the gaping beholders. One of these was an Irishman, who gazed for a while with a comical look, and then exclaimed:— "Och 1 and by the powers, doctor, if it isn't fine. But there's something a little bit wanting in it." "And what, pray, is that?" asked the doctor. "Why you see," said Pat, "you've got a beautiful sheet of water here, I and not a bit of a bird swimming in it." "Aye, yes," replied the doctor, "that's a good idea. I'll have a couple of swans painted there. Wouldn't they be fine?" "Faith, and I don't know but they would," said Pat; "but I'm after thinking there's another kind of bird that would be more appropriate." i "And ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE POULTRY RUN. WATCHING CHICKENS FROM SHELLED EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

TIIU rOULTKY KTJN. (MTflllNli ClIICICKNS l'KOM SIIKLLKU EGGS. Dr. Stewart I'atoii, a biologist, has found out how to take a lien's egg out 0f thc shell and niake it develop ar tificially- !'"ronJ l,url,os<; uses sterilised solution of water con taining 3CVC" Pcr ccnl' o£ comraon s l|[ jo which a little calcium chloride ,'„d' potassium chloride are added. With this he fills a glass dish. Then l„. takes an W8, wipes »l with a itcriliscd rag saturated with pure al cohol (so as to make it germ-free), . and, with the aid of a forceps (likewise sterilised), opens the egg in such a „aj- that the cut edge shall be smooth. Then the contents of the egg are allowed to slide gently into the dish, whereupon it quickly rights itself, so die embryo of the future chick is on top. T,w eSS thus treated is taken from an ordinary incubator after un ,l,.rgoii«r about twenty-six hours of in cubation. When this process is carefully per ' formed it is accomplished without in jury to the embryo o...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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IT WAS A GUMBOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

IT WAS A GUMHOIIj. „„ ono of tl'O wiflost and kind f touchers Imt »ow nnd tllon h,s "'llfulnc* mado 'iim su3Picious' In V ff 5 « tho other day hi. oyo foil » „ 1110 '',,nV wlio soomod to bo oating ?. i upon i> »' snid lm stornly, "tako that v 4 ,ff»t out °f y°ur "">,,th nt. T0'" f To liia astoiiishmont a gigglo wont *■ round tl'io room, and the next instant ' poor Jolm answered: !.( canua, sir; it's a gumboil.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

LADIES Lidie# wboss health is oiunzoa (hero soy < aosi»tv aro u^oa^lv udvl«»-"tt to codsuH Mrs- f O. M. Clifford, Huporii:l.-nd-rnt o( tbd j NaVara LUeUh t;o, of YJ £1:;'. b Oi Hlree', • idslboatue, and loam from bcr how Roca ! be&itb may be rei t ircd (n 'htm by aieautj ! of the woodfTliil N-tuni Huiua Tr.jnlnp.*ui, I ibat has cared eo m-iny thousands of j womiiii and ^irlp. No cb-»r^& wlut^vor 13 I rr*ado To'* **1 n corujuluticn or .ictvieo. N B. j Mrs C?il}'>>rri will in fu;are viri'. Siuweil »l:*j j :hlrd Tovedoy in every mouth, when vh - I ruay b-J Bu&n r.tthe'iown riaij Iiotr-l from j 10 am. to 7.30 p.tn 'i b«? nrsf vi^t isjh | tuUo pi act} on 17:b jKrch. F-vr :bn fort-; yeoittuct''of jMMftiia ufido:hc-rg MfJ sv?l! oarry a full supply ui till mediate* h Hy ij rdir^'Ji pOti'.ULe. 1 "> t«H' On n< 15" 1 j N * t> Melbourne tfiic-?, -i Vilu^h'e he.vUu for woiil 'n will b:: y'-trd £1*1.-0. Ad:iro ■?. (l.partu)buv A.F. FKIUIJl...

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WITHOUT "PADDING." [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

WITHOUT "PADDING." Tlio toachcr drmnndod that tho pu ' ' pils all u'rilo for thoir daily oxorciso -l'"j a trie! account of a crickot match. ' Qno fjoy sat through tho poriod V' I fomingly wrapped in thought, wlvilo •fai tho others uoi'itwl hard, and turned pri' in thoir narratives. Aftor school, tho >{, j tcachor approached tho dosk of tho v(J Ingganl "I'll givo you fivo minutes to writo that description," ho sternly said; "if f| jt is not ilono by that timo, I shall I punish you." ^;| Tho boy promptly concontrated nil gj£f his attention upon tho themo as tho >yri (eaclior sloivly countod tho momonts. At Inst, with joyful oagornoas, ho $?■? scratchd .1 lino ou his book, and handed ft-l ,0 "l0 nlast:€r- It road: "Haiti—no gamo."

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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LADIES' COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

LADitS' COLUMN An engagement of interest to Stawellitea is that of Miss Marjorio G. Kpiupstit). secoml daughter of Mr and Mrs P. Q Kempson, " Hus ton." Munro-str.-ot. Armudul<>, ami formerly of Stnwcll in Mr William H. Tumor, " Wavcrtr,-.-," Domain road, South Yaira, ami of tbr> Nor wich Union Insurance Co. tliiril son of the late Mr John Turner, Kiech worll', uric) Airs F. W. Brjggs, " Wyton'" Wangaratta, NHsb Maijorie KcmpsoD, is ibe composer of uiany pretty suags, •tmongst thu.-e published being * Love's Triumph,' end a sons' cyolc entitled •• The D iy of a Child.' Tile latter will bn out shortly. Blue hair anil a pe'uuia cmui lex Ion are the laiest novt-l'ici in Pans (says the 'v-ilobe''). Not likely to last, one would think, but there is ho saying. So many txraorlinary fashions have been eayerly snapped up and retained for uion li*, especi ally during the year 1918, that ir is possible for a continuance of any mode, however outrageous. The petunia is merely an ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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WHY FAT KINGS WERE SO POPULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

WHY FAT KINCB WERE 80 POPULAR. * Tlioio wau for generations a custom in India of woighing tho king, or rulor, in fiokl, iiml giving that gold to tho poor. Tho custom provuibi to-clny in soiuo parts of Indiit, and King Ucorgo V. of England would liavo boon woiglicd during his visit tlioro, in kooping with tho custom, had ho been iui ordinary Eastern monarch. I'orlmpa this weighing in gold was berauso most Indian rulora woro ox tromoly fat Kontlonion. At any rato, it was tho fat monarclis who woro tho most popular in tho oldon days, for on tlio "weighing days" ovory additional pound of king meant bo many moro rupoos for tho poor. A Maharajah who was rocontly crown od Boated himnolf 111 one of tho gold pans of balanco, whilo into tho othor was thrown gold coin until royalty roso in tho scalcss. Tho Maharajah, by nn unwritten law, did not. becomo legally cliiof until Iio lind boon woighed in this manner. In oldon times tho custom provnilod of throwing monoy into tho air and lot ting tho...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

OF ESPECIAL INTEREST fO WOIVIJ ^ iMea U, P. Stewart, of tbo Hci&dquai tors Stuff of tboLaclioa' G'ollogoof Health, Mel bourne, in onnoonoin^ that obo will vioit frlawellat regular iutorvalo, auko tbo pub lic la b ;WRro of imitations of l)r Cooolu* Uelebratod Orfuij'o ljily Treatment for wjpuu, undij nolo that obo la tho only yJei'jnjj representative for tbia wonriyrfui remedy, whioh baa b*en curing women in Ml parts of tho wot lit daring tho pftfct -30 years. Tho datu of Mro . Stowarb'u next visit will ba duly announcod in '.he.ii" o»Jumn8 For tho bwieiii oI atiflcrerr, »ud [bono wbo deuiro to till tbo caoreii muh-ion 6t mothurhood a irciidypy o u valuable little Ukiiicml book will be uent to anyone who uciMa 21 for poota|'«i to D-'P1" '^'10 Ladteo College ot Health, -1G iilijibetb Ulrect Melbourne. HONESTLY lUiCOMMENUliD. ••To anyone Dutijrmjj from diurrhooa J Oa« boocHtly ruojmiiiuud Chamburlaiu'u Oolio and Diarrhoea Keinedy ao beir>(» tho moat aatibfao'.ory rumudy on t...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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NEW, ODD, INTERESTING [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

NEW, ODD, INTERESTING I Tim inhabitants of South' Amorica oat serpents, lizards, nnd coutipudoa. I'lio IJank of England suspended cash payments twico—onco in 1G9G, and secondly in 1797. Tho uso of Bight:) on cannon for aim ing did not coinmond itaolf until tho beginning of tho ninoteontli contury. A man rospiros, that in, draws in breath, sixteon to twenty timoa a min uto, or twonty thousand timoa n day. Tlioro liavo boon twonty-oovon casoa of insanity in tho Bavarian Royal fam ily during tho last hundred yoara. Pino-npplo juico is statod by a well known doctor to bo a most powerful digestivo. Tho oldost manuscript written on cotton papor in England is in tho Brit ish Musoum, and it hoars dato 1019. Needles were first made in 1C46, when the making of ten was a Rood day's work. Some of the largest ocean steamers can be converted into armed cruisers in thirty hours. A penny is estimated to change hands about 125,000 times in the course of its life. Two hundred penny-in-the-slot ma chi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

<1 SUFFERED I-\ ; YEARS FROM C1IKOMU HONS! i/ATION, HEAD AU^, NBUG.MiGIA, AND liLEED ING PILES. •< XO-DAY I FEEL QUITE WELU BRIGHT r-HEfcRFUL.'< 11 I havo siiffored from' ob'rooio' ooD"tir potion &uil moat terrible beadaoheo and nuarbl^iA foe voutu ; ulaa b oediog piles," writeu Mra Hrconor, Alion'o Plaop, Port Melbourne, Vio. " I always fanoiud 1 could h;blaok Mj)ci9 in front of my oyee, J nod my faoo wan ulway* a tallow colour, X have Lri>d riJtiuy Uiffureut kindu of rem d« ioo anil L'llle, but I #ot no bQuefi'- from any ot tbem, go i oamo to tbo aonolaeioo that tho niuraiffia wao t«o oouoeqat-noo cf tbo poitiou in my blood, do I gaft whtu Bra calko oonoutational reraiidiuo, bab I re muiiiLd jiiut the muuo until I WBB told of Laso-Tonio Plllu. I Hot a box, and after Uk'utf tho urat tov, (iooca I noticed 1 woo no lootfor oono iput'd, therefore I wao nol ooiopfllod to tuko opening tnedtoinoo daily ro hi'foro. Hinoi? truing Luxo-Tonio IJi(|...

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STAWEL COFFEE PAlACE. Under New Management [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

SFAWEL CUFFEE PAlACE- ] Under New Management Residents of tho towu and diotriot will be iotorebiid to hum that the ti>awe)l Ooffto 1'alaoo is now under ul'.v mauagemoQ', h&yiQu beon ukon over by Mrs T J Aldred, who will make the Qomforc of Ihg pablia her flrf t consideration. Tho ooffoo palftOi has beun pui in Jirar-clABd order by the new propriotorcaf, who io now m u posi tion u offar thu bear, of acoomod&tiot), The table liuu received wpeuial attention, Mce Aidro i sparing no p&ins to eaiiefy bur padrone. Ooanuy visitors oan roly on tho Lefit of attention, as ci (groom will alwayu bo in atteudi*na^, Tbo unvotling public, tac, who patconidu ibo uoffeo palaou need have no fyars of missed traiue, as they will bo called in ample lime.

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

THEY SAY 'I"oat the cool elmm:■« li.is nude lit" a liulo more bc.iriiidr'. Hooray! That owing to ilia dry weatliur, it hati been found ncc-Hsury 10 u.irt for tin' enginu at "the .Sloaiics". ' I is .1 diy world, my ill laters. '1'liat to day is llio last tiny fur the uayin-n; of dog.fees. Now thmi, yon owner::, wakn up, or, l'"ido will s'and a goo I chanoo of violent douth. 'I'll it tlin brigade di I "well to yet a third ot liendigo against such stiff opposition. Good lor you, l> >yo.' That our lira (iglitein rmnrn to night, and will be esuoi-.u 1 up I'ruin the t<Uttioii by th ■ luiul. That the iUuthodist choir gave the (~la\U WeBiernitea a treat 011 Wednesday evening The ooiiC'ir , by tliH way, was n thorough success boib financially and otherwise. L'liat thosu who an I'uMis i about ihcii' food ure reconiui"iided 10 ask the bandsmen about the liendigo breakfast suusugeu. They wi-re the .diz^y limit. That the railw.iymen have won thf cricket competition. ].!u thf vic...

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WEDDING Baker—McMurtrie. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

WiiUDIiNG Baker—McMurtrie A very pret.y wedding was celebrated on Wodneeiiuy at ' D vlosirntty", itamona, whoa Mr George $. Baker, elder ioq of tbo fats Mr G. Baker, afNa'ttj Sydney, wan married to Miss Margaret 0. MoMartrie, second daanbier of Mr and Mr* David MoVlmtrie, tbe Uov H. 0. Matthew, of Staweli, cfficii'ing. Tbo marriage was of an informal natare, tho oucemouy performed la the yurdeu, vbu nataral decorations of wbiob i | added a pioiuropque touch to tbe eoeno. ] Quits a novulty was introriuoed in tbe form i i of a trellis of oor»l fernn, fiorn wbiob ! 1 suspended a large wedding bad, wbiab, at 1 (bo right tnumcu', ahowersd confetti on i ibe brido f\na br iut^room. O ly tbe near relative ot both paititc wore (.risen*. The bri le looked awuet and graoefnl lo bur gown of ivory arept-ds-ohene, softly , aduritod witb fur. A n&intily embroidered v-jil and luyely bonqnet, tied witb gold initialled Blrenmoty, oompletod a becoming toilet. Tbe tint bridesmaid, Mies Teeoio M...

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