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DISTRICT NEWS Great Western [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

DISTRICT NSffS Great Western (l-'com oar own Correspondent). "■Vhtfii the wind wag at its highest at noon on Wednesday, a fire broke ou! on the prop-rty of Mr A. Pills, and vety soon got beyond control, racilit? through his paddocks into th» pioperty ot Mr H. Urines which adjoins, and making direct for Mr Bests Concongella vineyard, but was cheeked in that direction by the creek. It ihen raced along in a southerly direction straight for Mr Irvine's St George's property, but owing to ■ tho strenuous ell'orts of the few fire lighters on that side, the ft™ was checked before ieachiub' Mr Briefs' boundary. Ljath Mr Puis m«l and Mr BngRS aio heavy loser?, Mr Pols having lost a lot of fencing, timber, grass and a largo straw stack, while Mr Krigija lout a quantity of fencing and grass and considerable damage was done to his orchard. At one time, his buildings seemed doomed, the lire reaching within a few yards of Uw house A very successful concert was held in the local ball on Wednesday B...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE HOME BEAUTIFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

THE HOME BEAUTIFUL. It is surprirtinu Iho effect one's purrouiulings produce, and nowhero' is this more felt ill,in in the home ; (lien ii it, a i;ood thing 10 suk that the luniic Hiii ruiiiidinj'H aro made cheer ful to ni'oplo. See that youi rooms aro well lighted anil ventilated and do not grndgo a liiile i-xpenae in the muter .of papering am) decoration. Dmi't put 011 any nld out oi dmo pu'torn, hut get the very laiest and thu I) nt valun lor your money. VV. C. Marlct-i'). is 111'- placo when; tln«a»* wants can l;i. supplied and supplied •it most reasonable prices. Then iigain in tin. ouU.ide appearance of jour home, which is a suru index of too Lxteut of your prospuipy. Your friHi.Ot) come to m*e you at Kasier, and when tin y go back they com ment, as to h-.nv you are getting along, "Getting c.u finely, heau'i till l.twu and g»rd. ri, house nicely painted, rmmij papeted with the very bust if pupeiB." How muah nicer it is for iht-m t" go back with such a rtiport than to liuv- to ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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IT COMES MANY WAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

IT COMES MANY WAYS. But howovor it may oomet the Remedy raaobea oil, . Kidney complaint) may bsflin from many tioatooa, aaob aa cold, iojnry by aooidont or tbe result of o-ber complaiotJ. However ic may come, Doao'a Backache Kidoi-y PilU always ouce. Le* tbi> fact be an evor present memory witb yoa. All euCfererfl , aboald be interested in the following iilr George Williamson, Uphols erur, Siftwell Road, *rar*f, saya : - 'Ktdnov compluint has oauood me mnch trouble ioc yuara. My back was bad, and I had tfeuK kidoeyu. 1 oball Dover forgot what 1 eudurcrt with b&cUaabo I could nob stoop, i and I bad to negleot my work, 'ibon dor- | wg tbo niRht I would bo rtietnrbad by tbe kidney woakoose, and oyory movement in- 1 oruuBcd Ibo pain in my back. I also Buf fered with tliza ncoa. I havo taken many romedlco, and was treated in the "Hospital, but no bing did roe yood. \ friend of mino advised mo to ae<i Doan'a Buokeohe Kidney Pilla, uud I eeut for some. After takiug tb...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GERMPIAN RAMBLES. "Mount Rosea." [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

| mampian rambles. Elount ltosoa." (jiy 0. W. D'Al.ToN.) '5 The Gout flock, or Mt Rosea a? it is now cnil.'il, has many interesting features. I" t.lio firnt place, it is the liijjiie?! pi'f^ <lf 'll" Siorr.i ranyc, ; reaching an altitude of j;itji) fc,,r <' nb'fve sen lev-1. As M SiurR.-on, ncr PnnkcW, ,s (l>" f 1 crn ox ; (rcnii'y l!"' Sit rra " is Ml RodiM I lit- i sirumiiy, 1i, inliiisii'H of ilii: «r«nit>' torm ition u [lie Stony O'eek <li«sini»s f) ■ viu _> ; a„p:irc-»)tlv'Ciil th.) Sierra rmj." nff • front what 'J known as 'be Ml DiHi i cult ranges. Another rcuiarkabi 5 feature is Ibaf the cliff fac ia nearly | S(}l> feel high and over ii milo iii . | length' This would mike it appeal j j dial the climb t0 t()P waa next ti i iiapos.^ibl'", only iluu Nature hat provided a wonderful natural atuir i ivuv which makes the ascont of tht ! c'iffhee comp natively easy. Tli ire is found growim; o:i Uie (op and wst'Tii slopes of this inountai...

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

TAKIS MO Oi'liliR. " l-'or umo yoiru 1 oull«red witb a liv«r di'iordcr anil tried numurouu mi.'Hioiuuu ob taiuiui: vary little nilicf," wriitn 51i.|9 I'.aibor J, U'jIli' Mujjr'u' L'l'cok, li.fcj. W, " Alt'.i taking CJliiinb';rhiiru TnbUia rtgrilarly (or a fortnight I foun i I was tftuuLly buiidiu'il, luirt urn now oomplft'.'lv rcntatud t-i liciiltli. My futlior, who is yii iu an ijiynljd and iu troublud witti oanuti[in liuli, l;ut ItHii Gb'uinoci Ulo K'Ouiesb bonilit from Chftmbotl&in's XftWeU. Itatber (ban □oo any other tni ilioine wo lisvo often eont nto Brailwood, ihit ia twoaiy milea iviy, for CbamborUin'e Tablets. Bold by T, J. Wri^bt and Co. Prop. Lid., and G. J? picK, CbbalBl ,1

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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BAND AND PROGRESS PICTURES. Central Park. Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

BAND m PROGKtSS PICTURES Central Park. Monday Night. Woathcr permitting the Hand Gid Rteso l'ictutea will be shown at the Ocq trftl Pork on Monday ovening, wbrn i great thrco ofcar programme bau Dceu aocured (or tbo oconuion. No 1 groat otur h entitled ■' llif! Uorn MoDQAoro" auri id one tho beat Indian pic tured over produood, ami hao ft lontf'h ol 2000ft. Tbojjictu'o portr&yu on iocidtiil Indian lifr. Klteifoo- and li.iwlceyPj rivala for tho hand of Willowbud, iifjhtft torrilio k tifj Hnol on horuibu-U. Klf.'ctfuot ; ia killed, uod WtllowbiuS hutinf! JUwkoyfl' ruon from tho camp, mid id pursued by him. The m^idon iu re-jouod by toldiers audur mi Kirf-'liiiliuiim utimd 15JaUo< U'lwkoyu rotuiUij to oimp and ttlid Cb;t! Iinlfalo F .0'-, Wiilowbud'* f.tber, (luitbo Kir I hao boott e:\ptiitc! by the eoldierJ. 'l1^ oh'of deolnrci war. VaU'ons whouM rntjtj u.H'iii^ tho rcruilui-it* thrilling tuouco of thiu ^runt dramj. No'J j»riut mar ii entitled " Uet Wed ding Oowij,"...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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ST WELL ATHLETIC CLUB. Additional Entries Received. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

ST WELL ATHLETIC CLUB. Additional Entries Kocoivod. , Tlio following additional entries liuvi1 bet'ii rnueived lor variuun evoms at ill" oomiiiR Kanier Carnival :— ,1, Nicholl, Mt. (innibicr, S.A. 1;10 Hurdles. A. IS. Hrisbane, Linccfield, W. 'L'.irti-, Wiillcini; Much. A. Willdnmtn, Carlton, both hurdles. M. ,1. Cronin, 22D ll"ri"cs. ' K; 1''. llogan, 220 Uncles. R. A. Andrews, Stfw"rds' Pursa, Spriiu mul Knoour.'go.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE ZUYDER ZEE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

THE ZUYDER ZEE. The Zuvder Zoo, or Southorn Soa, was formerly a lako surrounded by fona and marshes, its present oxtont boing chiefly tho result of floods which oc curred in the thirteenth century. Its area is about two thousand square miles, and tho average depth from ten to nineteen feet. It has alwaj's been tho work of tho Hollanders to recover as much as possblo of tho land lost to them in this mnnnor in past ages, and in tho literal senso they enn bo said to havo mndo half their country, having reclaimed over ono million acres from sea, lake, and river sine** *ho sixteenth century. When a liar speaks the truth he finds hi9 punishment in tho general disbelief. Most mon admiro virtue, who follow not her lovo.—Milton.

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

Xonoij liioa mm bros.. —AUCTIONEERS.— STOCK AND'SIATIUH AG6H1S. Mead Oi flees—Horshzm, tlamll Jton, and Nhill. UR1NOH OFFIUES—(Ji.aSottou, Toranp, Mtirtoa, Minyip, Warraotinabeal, Bonlnb, panyup, PiDiboola, Donald, QoroKe, Araril, Nulitnok, Rainbow. Jeparit, &t)" Kiniva »nd Willaara. Aooucios Str&tbi'.a-nie. Lako Boluo. Banyena, PonahnrBb, Balmoral, Liopetono. Anotion and Clearing S&Iob Conducted id Any Pari ot tfcc ^tato. LAND SAlB \ iPSC.MM V, ruekiDR Arrangem^nta Mario fur 8100& Goinp B&llftrat and Melbourne Markets. UnlimUod Amonnts ot Trust Money to Lend, at t per ofcnb. — AGENTS foh— Dentiya, LascoUee, Austin ->nd Oo„ Wool Grain Brokers, Stock &od Slaliou Agents, Geoloog and Melbourne. ThoBaUarat Bunkiuj} Co/apauv, Ltd, The Australasian filniual Live btooS Miar&noo Society Limited. The Viotoriau Fho lnimronoo l.omp*ny. Tbo National Fire Insurance Coaapar-y New Soalard. „ Business arranged with aUwMio arms cI auctioneer...

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

PL.'vOE STAIST'DR SHOT" F;T)ER TC SHOUIBEE WITH YOUR ;T*AJNTS. i BUILD VEHICLES THAT WILL PL£ YOU. WE -- - — xuu fhaa boon Rokuowlulgad toe ov«c yoara by all wbohavo visited one Factory and Show Koomo thai when an arfcini* n Abbot Sggy 'te «d in " 0HIKRBi?F BBOB. Should » be . THE QUALITY is RIGHT! THE PRICE REASONABLE! iifJS TK DESIGN PERFECT f-V/EKY Brunch o! tho BualnoojbolnR nunorintondod by ono ol tho Fnrtnon, In tmfflolrmt auarnntoo tlmt tho M « w maintain tHo RcputatliSirftold by tho Firm for tho LAST FORTlf PEARS for FIRST.OL&93 ,wdil JAkKKSat all tho 9howt>. . - TITERS ODT, &o., ai V^K.iY MOnEEATEiRAtfiKi," ■ • Buffffiea and fther Vehicles built; to order. VoMoloa SopalradJ 8o-paintoA aadlfia-tslmmod. Manjcomnnt '5 PRIZE-. EaJabtiahod 1859.] PREMIER COACH FACTO fjy 1005.J CORNER OF WIMMERA & SOALLAN Sts., STAWELL. [B3i HOUSES OAKEFCJIiIiY AND fcjKILFCTLIjY SHOD BY EXPEtilhNOED WORKMEN (Eatabliohad 185g. ShlPp'nK . m. jo. aj? I. NOKUUEU'i' 80UKRL L...

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The Stawell News AND Pleasant Creek Chronicle SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

Ultc <S§iattjell tteiue .,NLl §9uu;.;uu &?e«!s £>lwmicU SATURDAY, MARCH 11, li'1-1. Tun rtctQl hot ppoil waa broken on Thureri iy evening, when & fall ef raiQ com— EBvDQod Qboul 'J o'clock. TliO dOWUttlll coc-. tinued ibr.jnxh Uiu yroalt-r pail tf Ibu oi^bt. and had the elf M of wakiotf yeaier cl iy oouEidcr ibly cuolut ibiiQ previous duyj, Tbo tt. al fall wuj 31 pointa. Tn« attention ot our rsadura la drasvo io the j-|hcUI Qanouncotncnfe In tbiu sg&uo by Tanbriri^G and Boas, tbo woll-knowo cora pJotB bouse farnioboro of B&IIurat, Tbo flrm offer to refund to every viaiior to Uatla^ai; to tby {valiway ftouJa tho price Of tbiir railway ticket ou oaah pur obaeoo to tho valuo of tlvo poande and up wards. TunbridgQB1 have jn.it moved nio moro commodious nod ironical promisor, ootuot of iSiurt and Armstrong alrooto, and invito all viaitors to Ballarat to walk through tbo arcade, which is no* oao of tho largest ami most up.tomato turniehio^ war...

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

j MARRIAGE. e'KRGUSOft—HOOPER—Ou the lHat i'^broury a6 the K.U. (Jburcb of 'eba 1 Apofli fcH, L-taoceiton, Tuamania, by ttie Kav PVbcr M'Nally, Walter Gordon Ferguson, eotj of the late Waller Jtd W'jr'i ForL'Uia', L-iancestoo, to Kiizi betb, younu'OH daughter of Mr and liru V/. ticuiJtr, " Uuarue-Ath" St&wo-i.

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RUBBER-BAND-CHANCE TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

RUBBER-BAND-CHANCE TRICK. Tko trick of ch raging a rubber baud from the first and sceond fingers to the third and fourth, if dono quickly, can be performed without detection by any ono. Tho band on tho first two fingers is shown to tho spectator as in Fig. 1, with the back of tho hand up. Tho hand is then turned over and tho band drawn out quickly, as shown in Fig. 2, in a manner sb to give tho impresBion that the band is whole and on the two fingora. Whilo doing this, quickly unfold all tho fingers so that their ends entor tho band, and turn the hand ovor and let go tho bond, then show the back with the fingers doublod up. In roality the fingers will bo in the bond, as in Kg. 8, and the back will still Bhow tho band on the first two fingers. Quickly straighten out all tho fingers, and tho band will snap ovor the last two fin gers, as shown in Fig 4.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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DOLLAR THAT KEEPS FOLK FROM SNORING. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

DOLLAR THAT KEEPS FOLK FROM SNORINC. Snoring is a nuisancc even to tlioso who indulgo in this habit. When anyono snores hiB month is usually opon, hia tonguo nnd ehcoks bocoino dry, tho palato sags nnd lliupn in tho pulmonary brcozo, (ho tonsils und othor throat tissui-e begin to bulgo, swoll, and ofton bocomo chronically onlurgod, and germs, inicroboB, and all boiIs of lurking dio onso paramtos find thoir way iuto tho yuwning cavcrn. Snoring lvaa boon tho bano of tho phyaiciau and tho tormont of its victim. Of tho legion of preventives, troat montB, and alleged euros, not ono Iiib as yot fulfilled it« promise. Now methods ariso and old imti-snoring ro romodioa aro forgotten, but tho snoro, liko tho poor, hangs around for ovor. With this fact woll in mind Mr. F. Horsing, a Prussian peasant of Krouz nach, Germany, has boon for somo timo oxporimonting with various dovicos that are intondod to put an ond to tho snoro. Snoring around tho Krouznach region of Gormany is so opidomic that i...

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

A FAMOUS TEMPLE. The Templo of Heaven, at Peking, was formerly visited once a year by tho Chinese Emperor to give an account of his empire and its affairs during tho provious twelve months. This was set forth in writing, and the manuscripts woro then placed in tho furnace and »n that way consigned to tlm Emperor in Heaven. Tho templo is one of the most beautiful and interesting sights of picturesque Peking. Tho walls enclos ing the temple, tho royal apartments, the altar, and the grounds are threo miles in circumference. and tho wliito marblo structures have blue and green porcelain tiloB.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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H.A.C.B. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

H.A.G.B. Society. Tbp fortoi^btly meeting of the atoN sooiety waa held on Thursday evening, when thoro vvaB a very lar^e uttoudancai presided over by liro M .J Dillon, Tin osaal roatine.buaiiitiua was ^ono throagb, and 4 now member* admitted to member ship, also ono by clenr.'mcc. Two nomin ations wero received, nurt acoouota araooat* iDg to £29 wore pRBat'd /op payment, TUo 0' occiary repnrtari that the taking for tb9 pceviaaa meeting totalled over £54, A buar'y woloome was accorded Broa II Brown and D Bleary botn of whom trav elled over 14 mileB to attond tho meeting, and alBo to a vieitnr from West Annlrulia. Owinj? to iho indoepooition of Bro T P Daraok feno itum on thoeyllabua a ilcctore) oould not bo proceeded with and was post poned toafuturo meeting. The item on tho eyllabua for tho uoxt of meeting io u Inuh uiyLt in oorjuiiolioo with the Udiea branch, & la go aUt-a danoo is requ sted

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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POETRY OF THE WEEK. SAY A KIND WORD. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

POETRY OF THE WEEK. SAY A KIND WORD. Each ono of us owns to some failing, Though somo may liavo more than tho rest; But there's no good in heedlessly rail ing 'Gainst those tliat aro striving their best. ■ Remombor a word spoken complaining, . May blight every oll'ort and plan. While a kmd word would he'p in at taining, So say a kind word when you can. Oh I say o. kind word t hen, whenever 'Twill mako tho heart cheerful and glad, But chiefly, forgot it oh never, To tho ono that is helpless and sad. For thoro's no word so easy in saying', So bogin, if you have not begun. And never in lifo be delaying, To say a kind word when you can.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

FRIEHDlY SOCIETIcS. M.F.I.O.O.F. The fortnightly meeting of the Loyal Staweli Lodge M.U.I.0.0.1'1 was held in the lod^e room, Mfcliui ica' Institute, last Thursday night, the N.G Bro N. Fraz-r presiding over a fair attendance. Correspondence was received from Geelong Lodge with respect to their syllabus for the ensuing six months; also from Hro W. Rickard, asking 10 be allowed to leave the tiiuliict for the benefit of his health. A clearance from the Loyul Ben alia Lodge with respect to Bro J. Harris was accepted. P.G.M. Bro G. Mahnkn icsigned bis position as treasurer of the lodge owiug to his leaving lho town for a lengthy period. Two new members were initiated in-'o ihe lodge and order and were warmly welcomed by the brethren present. With respect to presenting a sylla buB the secretary was instructed to receive prices and hav^ sauiu ready for ihc next ensuing half-year. During tho evening a discussion arose as to the holding of a smoke social, several members cxpreosing themselv...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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LOVE IS SO STRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

J LOVE IS SO STRONG. Iiovo is so strong; It joins our 6ouls for overraore, sweetheart, No matter though tho winds of ill Wow long, • No matter how tlio storm of lifo upstart, Lovo is so strong. Love is so weak I It cannot stand alone amid the strife, It cannot teach our faltering lips to speak; It cannot oven save one little life! Lovo is to weak! But love is strong; Those tvbom our eyes have lost love still sees clear, And thoughts too deep for speech ring through love's 6onjj, And lovo alono can face death's presence doar. And still bo strong.

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) COMPLETE STORY. ELSIE DENHAM'S REVENGE. I. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

(Ail Rights Rzjbbtid.) COMPLETE STORY. ELSIE DENHANTS REVENGE. : BY CHARLES HENRY. Author of ' 'Her Princo in Dis guise," "Pliineas Trooper," Storios, etc. "I'm tired—tired to death of this " murmured Elsie Denham to herself.' ' • she Iooljed from her window in the high-, grimy warehouse, down the length of the sun-scorched, dirty, untidy yard of tho great tool factory or Messrs. Granboura and Co in which she worked as "warehouse girl » '■? w tir°d of this," Elsie mur mured again, letting her chin sink upon her hands and rating her elbows on the flat, paper-oovered bencb that ran beneath the wretched little win dows the full length of the small ware house in which she handled a special Wof goods. Her deftness and trust worthiness had brought her this privi lge i. j her> in so much that she had her own domain. The heaps of bright, oiled tools lay about her awaiting to be neatly wrap pod up. But Elsie Denham's eyes had turned wearily from them and gazed abstracting^ through the ope...

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