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PREPARING A PLASTERED WALL FOR PAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

PREPARING A PLASTERED WALL FOR PAINT. The usual method of preparing a plastered wall for painting- is to fill all cracks with plaster of Paris, or a mix ture of the plaster and whiting, but a better way is to add some plaster of Paris to some of the paint and make a putty of it with which to fill the 'cracks. This will not absorb the paint as plaster alone will do. Very large cracks must be filled with plas ter of Paris and whiting, to which some glue size has been added.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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AN ELECTRICAL STREET-WASHING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

AN ELECTRICAL STREET-WASH ING MACHINE. Thore aro in several Gorman citios street-washing machines driven and op orated by storage batteries. Tho ma ehine employed is a three and a half ton vohiele equipped with a forty coll battery giving two hundred ainpero* hours at tho five-hour discharge rato, with travelling speeds of four, six, and nine miles per hour. It carries a heavy tank of water, brushes, and rotating rubbor scrapers.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWTELEPHONE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

VBWTBL1 > I ■> s' i % t r The following arc the uc;v rite" for 'Me phono convoraatioos v.hic.h arc now in force from 'he Btiwcll Post :— PIbco l»?t :} minrf. Adtnl3m:n Arar it 31 3 1 Bftllirvt 13 9<l Kenafor* 8d Bd Brim 1* id la Hasn^r Sd 51 Caropbf.'l'e Bridge 'id 2d Oatbcp-i t fi.ci Sd Ptuiboo'a Ib 9d Doorn la 9d tUrin*; Wobtcrn 2d 2d Glcnorobv 2d 2d Unrahiiri 6') 6-1 ? Tot 1 Joel 2d 2d jnu« la 9d TL»mlbfcuri/UKb 4d 3d Labock 8d 6d Melbourne? la lOd 1ft 4d Minyip 8d 6d Moyc'cn 6d 5d \'nr!n* Gd 5d +N«ffirre (id 5d Pitnpioio la 0d Hupr.nyu p Bd Gd WarrHckrjuboal 9d Wialatir i d 6d Wr.J Wei 3d 3d iLaiiiisborouyb, Joe Joel NdYai Glenorclty and Grtnt Western, oloao at <> p.m. OpcniuK ft*o. 4Je> t>rf flieviped od 2nd July 1912.J A. BUHROWS, Posimaeter frlutt* Afiti puRiisLea for #rv Gfli« uf ti* &4H4 Ak* * ■ ' ' 'i

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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STAWELL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

STAWELL TELEPHONEj DIRECTORY I 73—Prrotor «nit Frcnoham 88 -Ailkeu, De v\. 1j. 7i—Akuifl, U A. (and Private I\ea) «5 -Abbu UD'.nl (W J E *rlft) 55 —AnU«reon.*.l A (*mt Private Rea) and 10 , fliJo 8 -Anttioov, W (find Private Roe," Glfn orohy road 8 -AQ9brftii(inJ Ttiilioca Coy. 7—Bank of Australasia, min&gtr —LU IK-.-, A Li and I'riva to Kadidouoo. i —a .i . g 60—13 rker W C and Priv Hea 13—iWl, »N H and Priviio KeaidoDoe. 1 -B o»'.lU.'Ui Bros & Oj 3—Bii.i IM I il) tii a ( 4m ) •*<•) 116—BrickUyera' Vruu Hoiel J F *aet 140—Uot'lioK Grstn 118-Bue. Mim) 11—Barker Bros. 45—O-implu-ll, AG, Potnon*) 63—Cn»ur, W, H. rvml Son & Priv Rea 30—Chadwiik, B 13 aud Tea Room 55—Ciindwick, Mr5 78—Cbaponnel, Bush And Allen 52—Clarke, AngUH H 56—Ciarku »& Scott 6 —Coffee Palace (A Q Bosh) 67-Cotumerciul Hotel (W UontlJ-on 77—Commonwealth Ilotul 19—Cooper Bros a7—Court House 43— Uiaufton, W 6 (and Private lUoideno a3—Crouch, Fredk bl—CJrt?rt\r, T G and Privat...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

Public Noftoo Motor Cycles J* AM now Blocking Precision Motor Cycles And oan onpply yon with the boot MOTOR OYOLK in tho market, at tbo rigtit.'prioe. PRECI8I0NS bold more records than any otbor make. I have 8J Precisions ; also tho Precision Big 4 now on band, Thia io tbo ideal touring motor oyolo. Ga|l and inspent at HUTTI/KY'H UYOLE DEPOT i D'Aroy Street, StnweJl West j Piano Tuner 0, F. Prayling AT STAWELL EVERY TUESDAY »Dd WEDNESDAY. A)! lite lead ing makes of Pianos supplied. Bargains in Seonnd-Hand Pianos. Orders may be loft B core o( Mr D. I. Thomas. Main St, Mr T. fit JLcc 1 CHINESE HERBALIST (Late of Bollarat) OUCOEB8FOLLY treats diseases (in- j O lernal and (Stomal) and all ailmeotB without operation. Eye specialist. Practised extensively in Bhaughai and China, bavins been tutored by his ances tors, wbo (or three generations practised in > Obina. UonBultation free. All Charges I Moderate, Bonre—10 a,m to 12 noon and 2 p.m to | p.m. Address— WRBEFF STBEET, STAWELL Walla...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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MINING INTELLIGENCE MINING MANAGER'S REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

MINING INTELLIGENCE MINING M^NAGEH'H KEPOKTS. , I Hitf H'll Control Co.-Tbo main drivo north at 76ft hna hoen extended lOfb la ft total dlolanao of 28fi ; disb prcopictp ar* improving oo drivo profunda. Tbo oioduout east al 76ft haB boon oxtondod 8ft to a total of 18ft ; tbo faoo io in nolid quor r; Steam tvinoh for hanlin^ purposes will bo orcct^d in a few days Mr Alfred Bad'iar haa boon appointed roino manayor ot tbo Bifi Hill Oentrul nuld mine, Mr tiadrlier oomea with excellent referoooei from tbo oompanico who have previously employed bim, Mr Baddlier has had ooneidorablo nporlcnco in modern 1 methods of mining lirgo lodo forroationa of a charaoter similar to (ho Ditf 17 I*. Mr T I G Ltby haB boen appointed manager of tho treatment jlan'. Mr Liby'a jctrs of oxperif noo in t'-iis n'ass of work should en* Bare tbo Qtiooeas of that sco'.ioo of opeia~ tiOLB

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

FIGHTIiNG FOR BREATH. " My little boy waa a martyr to bad oolds (\Dd ouafibp," *ayg Mrs C. Warrell, Lak<-'a-Oroek, Rnokbampton, Q. 11 At timoo bo has beon go bad thnt 1 bavo found him fighting for bro&th. Binoe I 0'attnd giving him Chamberlain's Cooph Remedy I do not woffy over his coagha for I know that a oonplc of doeoe will izive bim immo diato rolusf-u Sold by T, J. Wright and Ou. Prop. Ltd, and G, P. Kiov, Chemist, Stawell Brass Band. YAOANOIE8 are now open for lads wishing to tako op ioBtroments for tbo above. Applicants to attend at tbe Band Room at 8 p.m.. thia (TUESDAY) evening, • W. DAWSON, President. WHEN THE BRIDE COMES TO BALLflRAT ™'^hoBEoSdTal^rouT^nQdTo^DS^ eit for oar Bridal Pot tfait. There's no delay —we havt) ovetytbtog m ri-rtdinoaa—Bridal Veil, Bonqaet, Wreath, Baltonholee, »tJ.; foar well-anpoiot'id dreeing roomn, elcotrio fans in ctudio. We photo* graph in two positions, and £ab« nut proofs from eoob, We Enlarge any Old or Faded — F hotogra...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS. Crisp Clips from our Coutemporaries STARTING A FIR [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

NEWS OF OU.l NEIGHBORS Crisp Clips from oar Coutempor aries STARTING A FIR IS. At the Beaufoat Polios oonrt on Tuefdiy an aged Swiss, Rudolph Henry Graaff, was proceeded against by Senior-Const. Rohan on a charge of having at Eurauabeen, on Maroh S, Uft a iire in the open without hav ing thoroughly extinguished it. Accused pleaded guilty. Accord ing to the testimony of Eliza Isabella Tolsher, J imes Star. Thomas Caul field, Francis Oddie and Senior-Con i stable Bohan. accused boiled his billy can at a fallen true, and left a fire, which had to be held in cheok uutil the arrival of a fire-cart from Eurambeen East. It was stated that the lire was close to property, and there was bo much infUuimable ma terial about that the dangor was considerable. Mr Hughes (chairman of the beich) said that great care lessness had been shown. The fir« might have led to the destruction of properly or oven life A penalty of £50, in default three months' im prisonment was Imposed. Witnesses' ousts amount...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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DISTRICT SHOW FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

DISTRICT SHOW FIXTURES. Natimnlt, 16»h or 17th Bept. Rnpttoynp 18tb Sept. Hortjlmra/Oatohor 1 &nd 2, Minvip, Ootobor C. Nhill, October 7, WfurnokaaboAl, Ooloboc 9, Beulab, Ootob&r 13. Diinboula, Oolob>r 14. ! Hopotoup, October 16. I Hi will, Sept 15 find 1G | Jcporit, Ootobor 20. | Mtirioa, Ootobor 21 i Iiuinbow, Ootobor 23,

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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MOTOR CYCLE TAKES FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

motor cycle takes fire. I Early on Sunday Morning Mr 1'bos Reeca Terang, had a sensa tlonal eJ^p'ir'eno,'• After filling the tank of his motor-cycle with spirit at J. Thonri3 an,l O'Mullans'g gar age, lie set "ie machine going, but had not procee^ed far along the road when a "back-fire" occurred. The pe'rol in 111® carburetter took firo, and almost instantaneously the con tents of th9 Petrol reservoir were aflame. Mr Reecc was able to get clear of the burning cycle without reciting irjnry as a result of the ignition, and t° hiu efforts to sup. press the fire we,<5 added Ihoee of eome of the gir^c slufl', and othsr men who \vi!ne|»5''d the conflagra tion! The wor^ of extinguishing the fire took the luruj of shovelling earth on the blaz''u:'auk, aud this method proyed eflsdivn. The dam age was confined to 'he destruaticn of the tank and wireu.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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CASHED WITH AM AXE. Accident at Cornishtown. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

CASHED WITH AM AXE Accidout at Cornislitown. While helping to chop Homo wood on Saturday, Gordon Monument, aged 13 years, a non of Mr C Mon ument, ol' Cornislitown, got in the way fpf his fath<-i *h ax", and recuivod a torriblo gash iti tho uppor part of the thigh. Mr Monumont'n uxe was b very sharp one, and the fact that the boy was not lulled tiiuat bii con sidered providential. The sufferer, who was bleeding freely and in intenue pain, was con veyed without delay to the'' hospital where his wound was attended to. So large was tho gash ilmt eleven stitches were inserted. Thy lad is out of danger, though naturally suffering from shock and loss of blood.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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A LUCKY YOUNG MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

A LUCKY YOUNG MAN. Mr Albert E. Cockfrill son of Mr J P Cockerill, had a vory narrow escape from snake bite a few dayB ago. He was rabbitiDg at " Stone leigh," Dreeite, and put his hand into a burrow. Feeling a snake he quickly withdrew his hand, fortun ately pscaping boing hiuen. Tha Gnako was dug out and killed, and measured .1 feet 0 inohes. Cases of thin kind should be a warning to people not to put their hands into burrows as there is always the risk that a snake may have made itshorn6 there.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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SHIRE OF STAWELL. List of Accepted Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

SHIRE OF STAWELL LiBt of Accepted Tenders. Tho following nro tbt- ' < ?eot traders it colved for tho eev-.rp.l v. ifka andormnn tioaed, uad wore Aooepled by (bo com mittee of tho ODQi'Qil : — Noit;i Kidi -g, i Contract No 515—Forming tbreo ohain road fcom J Kelly'a to Danmuokln Oroek parish of Riaobtllu, and loaminj> EaBt and NVotl Hoad leading to Wat Wal railway station by !T Williama', parish of War- 1 eanooU—A and D OJcAreoo, £137 7a 6d. Contract No 514 — Forming and firavoll- I io^ East and wcDt road by M 13 Wotton- j bali'd boondjry roud, botweon Kirkella and j Oallawad.i.i, and forming and gravtliinu by M'(juillcen'e Glonoroby to OanjpbeJl'* Brjdgo road, parish of I£iil&oUa—A. ftnd D G'oarsn, JLI129 lis 0<J , East l^idtnfj Contract No 545—Ropiiro, otr, to Green'*) Crcoh to Lmdaboroa/jb road by North Woodhvud.-', ol<\ parish of Navarro Wni Kingston, Xii38 Contraot No GIG —Impairs, cto, St&well to Landsborou^b road by Footers',...

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SAWMILLER'S NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

SA.NVMILLER'8 NAiJIiOW ES CAPE. AJyounp man named Townsend, sawyer, at Wye Kiver caw mill, nar rowly esoped, drowning while sea ba'bing oti Sunday, A number of men employed at the mill wero bathing, and soma of thn mure ven turpsomo swam out lieyuud Iho breaknrn. All returned to Ihc bnai.b except Townsend, and be was nji miosed until^a wurniiiK was Riven by a girl, who from higher ground had yeon the body. Two of thu swimmets vsnt to the ri'acu-i and brought him ishoro. After lii'tit aid treatment had bocn applied he wac restored to nor.ecioi'.sneE?, aud has COW com pbtaly tacovewaY

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

PERSONAL Captain E. M'Gibbony, of the Ara rat Fire Brigade, has betm appointed a member of the executive of the Country Fire Brigades Association.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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"ON THE PREMISES." Publican and Customers Before the Court Two Fines and a Dismissal. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

" ON THE PREMISES. " Publican and CuBtomors Before) the Court | Two Fiuoa and a Dismissal. Vor hiving beon 011 licensed pr-minns during prohibited hours, to wit, Sunday, 18tli itiat, ThomaR IhumlitiBim and John Arnott, two SUwell residents, were wit lined f)H by Messrs B. Harrison, P.M., and J. Huldun, J. P., at tin' local court of Potty 8"bsioiih yesterday morning. Moth dofendanta pleaded Kuilty. Hupt Canty, >vho proaccutcd, called fte witnCBseo for the Crown. .Serjeant Usher, whoaiiJ I bat at about U -15 on tlio morning of March I bo went to the back of Mm Kuyal lixclistiKC Hotel in Patrick-s'reet, j wht-rc bo found the licousce, bis wife (Mrs Ilonderstin) and (be two de fendants seated in tha bar parlor. He had to knock to secure admission as the |>;ilor door waslockod. Thorn litisori fa id lie Iih< 1 coma to see o Mr Coop- r from Glcuorcby, to make arrangements for beinp driven out to bis work in the morning. Arnott did not say anything. There ware no si^na of t...

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THE COURT. Mora Water Wasters. (Before Messrs E. Harrison, P.M., and J. Holdon, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

THE COURT. Mora Water Wasters. (Before Messrs 10. Harrison, P.M., and J. lloldon, J.P. At lie SUwcll Coiiit yesterday m inpr, before Mossrs li. Harrison, l\M , nnd .1. Holden, J.P., sjjvoral ratepayers nppenrecl to answer (lie adjourned charge of having uaed the Borough water suuply fur oth< i than 'lomtstic pnrpoRcH on dateB when such use was prohibited by the council's regulations. Mr J. Allan Andc-pon appeared for the buough, and Mr T. G. Gcant) defendtd. The iirnt case talcn was 'hat of Tbos Barker, who pleaded not guil'y. Mi Anderson brit-fly outlined the case for the prosecution, Btating the council had framed th« regulations nnd established tho gurden-oiiarge to savo ra'opayerfl the oxp-nse of affix ing rneterB. The council's intention to prohibit the use of water for any but domestic purposes Ind been ad verlisetl i'l the local newspapers, and in using the water for their gardens, the ratepayers had broken the regu latiniia and rendered themselves liable to a pena...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

Larktn Bros SALESMEN Land, Finance and Commission Agents, J. A. LfiRKAN (Auctioneer). Sworn Valuer under tlie Tiansfor of Lam Is Stau-.io Action Sal"' inoatiy Part 01 tbQ DiOUict • Loans Effected at Lo.u ?st Rites. Large Sums now A u ail able DI3T3IUX AGENTS FOR Atusraliaa Matnal Provident Society. Oarator foe ma E^at-'a of Deceased Persons. Norwioh Uoion Firo Office, O.dinary &nd HftV Suck RUke, Violoria IndUMnoo Comply. Ballarat Banking Corupuj/ TbaTraatoua Executors and A^eucy Coy Lti(the Oldbat aod L*rc^f I ctuteo Com pany in the Commonwealth). Forteaoas and Sodb I.X.L. Poiaon Cart Ocown boparalora The Australasian Mercantile L*nd and Fiaance Company Ltn. (Wool and Grain) Dennvs Liscellea L u (Motoj Depait mant) Masioa Noti o Miss Lillie Lemiu L.T.C.L Miss Nellie Lemin L.T.C.L (Certified Teachers Trinity College of Music, London) Pianoforte, Organ, Harmony Etc. Tuition resumed Tuesday 2<Hh January 1914. Jiindcrcurtea Class resume Balurdav, Janaary 31, H'14. "M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

THIS "PX^vOF, STAJSTDS SHOdr^ER TO SEOUL DE R WITH YOUR, ' vV AJNTS. 5 v^E BUILD VEHICLES 'THAT WILL PLa^csE YOU ilhM b«wn i*jknowlori>;od for nvnr yora by oil who liava vidtad oar Faotocy and Show Booms that whtn bb *<llol9 0 iioaanal raoril or oati of tho . irmry run in wantod, tho pluoo tio pronnto it is at SHIRREFl? BROS. Bhoald it bo a VoUiolo lor businooa «go, or .10 Abbu* iik^v for oaao and oooiforb, wo oan uupply is, THE QUALITY IS R10HT ! THE PRICE ItflSOMLE! AMD THE DfcSiCH PERFECT f^VKUY Briinoh "t 1 bo Bunlncan liolnR luporlntendod by onn of the i'Mtnnrii la sufficient «n»r»utoa that tho Now M»n»gea«r.t Jt<j W nmintnln tF1.11Ri-putmiun hold by M10 Firm for tho LA:»L' M.l.'M'Y Y13AK3 for F1RST-CLA88 WORK »nd ERIZS ICAKKRS" *11 iho Snows. TYKRS OUT, ,Va., as VUHY MODHRATIS RATiiS, ^ Busies and tf'iior Vehicles bui:; to order. ^oJiioloa Sopairod, Ea-paiatod and .Eo-trlmmsfl. PaEMllSE," doACH" FACTO BatoWioboil 1859.] CORNER OF WT.MMERA & SCA...

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The Stawell News AND Pleasant Creek Chronicle TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

^he ^taineli Berne and pleauaut (Stsea (giirauicU TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1914. | Mies Graoe Wantfb, bd Australian girl of l'i yeari, started ook yesterday on the re 1 markable task of ridinp from Melbourne io Syduey, a distance of 565£ mite*, in 11$ days, on a pony without a bridle. Mies Wauflb is Known io sporting oiroleo ao oae of Australia's bosk horsewomen, and iboold abe accomplish the Melbourne to Sydney feat aha \>ili beat all previous woril records of like enduranop, Miss Waagb Maiud at 10 a.m. from Prinoet bridge and intenda to co7er the 54$ miles Id Tallarook for (be fir&t stage of ber juur nsy. The nnnail genoral meeiiog of the St*well and G'fc'npiaoe Freestone Qaaivy Company, Ltd., will be bold oa Tuesday, flit ioat &t 8 o'olook p.m. a* the registered ofil e, Maio Street, when ibe bullosas Io bs d.'tU wikb includes the confirmation of mioatee of Uat matt-of, to rcoeive rcpork tad balance ahett, io elect directori», etc, 0^ Friday evening, tbe Special Wator...

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