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

SIR Til, j Hutcdikos—On 22nd March, at Karso | Booth's private boaoital, Soillao Street, 6vawel', the wife of Jag K Ha'obiogs, View Hi), Greene Greek, of a daogbtir, Btill bora. j

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

IMPORTANT TO LADIES Lodioa will kindly nolo thai tbo day of •tbo next vioit of Mro I). M. Clifford, Bapocintendont of tbo flatura Health Co, Melbourne, to Stawell iQ being altered to Wednesday, 15th Aprii, when olio may bo Been at the Town JLIall H«>t;l from 10 a.m lo 7.30 p m, and tint future vlRito will tako plauo on tlio third Wodueoday of every wonth inBtond of third Tanaday. Specially Dote tbo QbQngo to-day to avoid dioappoint tnont. EJro Clifford will bo plcaued to ad ?ico ladieB net enjoying good boalth or who apparently be denied tbo bloBHing of motherhood, how tbo wondorful N^tara homo treatmont, which hao reotorod thoos aodo of womoo and girlu to porfeor health, can help them. No obargo wbatovor io naado for conBul'.ationu or advioo. Moan wbilo aend pontage for frco Health Goido on the nubjcct to Dept A.F Nataru Iloaltb Co 1'J EliKibtlb Strcof, Melbourne. TA^E HO OTIIKK, " lror nino yo^ro I onlforcd with a liver dieordpr and tried numoronu mcdioinoo ob taining very litt...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Funeral [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

The Funeral The remains of the deceased were interred in the Stawell ceme tery on Sunday afternoon The cortege was a lenglby one, and many floral tributes were received, one wreath being from Messrs Carl Wehl and Son, deceased employers The Rev Dewhurst read the burial BPrvice. The coffin-bearers were MesBre W M'Kenzie, H Martin, J Hielan, J Ratclifle, W Maddocks and A Nosko. Mr F Crouch had charge of the mortuary arrange ments. The coffin was ot polished oak, with silver mountings.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricket. RAILWAYS DEFEAT GREEN'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

CricKe*. B&1LWA.XS DEFEAT GREEN'S CREEK. Railways and Green's Oreok met on Central Park >oa Batnrday, with both fjroaod and wiokel In flret-olaaa order. Thg railwayman had do trouble in foorinfl t win. Groen's Oreek woro abortbandtd, and bad to fill vsoanoiea in their team with local men. Bat ting first, the ooamr/ team pot to gether 74, B Bmlth top-scoring nitb IS. T Evans and G Tyrie were the only olhtt doable figaro eoorers. The inniojia mi not partioalarly interesting 10 wa'ob. lbs batsmen being oantioue—too Motions, in taot as it proved. With li'.ilo more tban tbree-qnattera ot an hoar to play. Railways opened tbelr innings with Wbitty and M'Loen. Doth batsmen nbnwed soant reBpeot to lbs bowl ing of Bmiih and Tyrie, and rnos oime fott. With 37 rans on the board, M'Lein i oommenoed a ran, bat the ball waanmirily returned by Neilson to Q Polter who, till ing the bill well, Boattsrod the utioka before the batimtn ooald regain tbe oreist. Campbell camo noit, and ho and W...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING.NEWS Croquet [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

SPORTING. iNEWS Croquet Tho following Uriies will givs tet neil Thnradoy-MeBdamea Fox, Dawbum, Ifor «h»w, nod the Misuse Keplio, D»vles tnd Doyle.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE KRKcLLA SENSATION Mr Syd Oliver's Sudden Death The Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

THE KRKcLlA SfcNSaTiON Mr Syd Olivor's Sudden Death The Inquest. At tli>- Con' f Hems" on - iitur<M;-, bffore th.i Coroner. Mr K JI,<rrifO aninquest whs held concerning th. death of Sy<hi-y Oliver, who died suddenly 0,1 I' fiday. Cryil Victor Oliver, groom at Kiikelln, deposed: I visited the mortuary this m irning, and saw tie body of ray brother. Sydn.-y Freder ick Olivi r. DeeoiiHtd was employed by Mn-nr<< Weill unci Sons, wool and skin buyers, and lie visited the country districts buying wool and skins for tlu< fnni. 1 last saw cln ccaned alive on Thursday last; d ccased'n wife told him that tnoniine that deceased had been complaining for about n fortnight with a pnin in bis dies', which he thought was Indigestion. I was speaking to de ceased on Wednesday night, and b« appeared to he in Kood health. 1 ociMinipiinied Constable Elliott to Kirkclla s'ation on Friday, and saw the body of deceased at the me 'a hut. D...

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

OF ESPECIAL INTEREST (0 WOMEN Mfa M. P. Stewart* of tbo HoftdqanrlW* StuiC of tbo Ludioo' College of Honltb, ilfl« boatno, iij aoDOunoiofi that flbo will villi Blawell at rotator iutorvalo, roUd tbe pat* lio to bewaro of imitations of Dr Uoonle*'fl Celebrated Cranio Liily TrflAlmeol for wonjeu, and to noto (bat fibo 10 tbe ooif viaiuog ropreoontativo for tbio wonderful romedy, wbioh hao boon caring women «Q oil purta of tbo v/oild during tho p^et 40 ycaro. Tbo dato of Mro StowMl's viail will bo duly unnouuood in theflo aolumna. For tho boneUt of ouffrrew, and Hiobo wbo dcoieo to liU tbo oaorc-d caisflioo ol motharbood u froooopyo a valuable lilt p iDtdioal book will bo cunt to anyone wbo coQdb 2'i fop poatai'd 10 liopt. Ul« Tkff Ladicu CoUcko of Ucaltb, 40 ElidsbfllP* ctroct Molboarnp. Hli'KKD HIS J1AHX "i ric!;cd my Inok mvorely c«nd v/flo 0°" ftblo to uiand upwriubt/1 writwi Mr I'liOS 11. hUh&r, Kbden, Vio. "I bud soefl Obambti'jjiu(j piiiu iJuim advertised for btramo, m,i...

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

THEY SAY. That oertain people prophesy that the rain 1b holding off till Easter. Pessimists like that dsserve twelve months without the option. That toe Railway batsmen put up a good exhibition of run-getting on Saturday. Whitty, Campbell and M'LeBn banged up 70 odd runs in half as many minutes. Whew 1 That the foundry had an unex pected visitor in the shape of a ring tailed posenm last week: The ex citement was intense for a while. That wedding bells will be ringing to-morrow. At least that's what "they say". That the coursing olub's visit to Binyona on Saturday added 12 to the population of the plumpton. All the "demons" will be wanted, too. That the town water supply went on strike just about the time folk were thinking of getting out of bed on Sunday. The writer calculates that he wasn't the only one who had a bath in a tea cup. That those in the habit of taking a dip in No 2 reservoir are looking for trsuble with a capital ''T". They'll get it in the neck, too—just where the ch...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cauty 7 Henderson [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

Cauty 7 Henderson William James Henderson, licensee ol ibo Koyal Exchange whs next proceeded against by Supt Canty and charged with having permitted the sale of liquor on his premises ou Sunday 1st inst. Defendant, wtio was represented by Mr T. U. Grauo, pleaded not guilty. Sergeant Usher, in addition to the formal evidence given in the case3 of Thotnlinson and Arnott, said that the defendant op-jned the parlor door in answer 10 his knock without any suspicious doliy. Witness, on entering, saw Mr and Mrs Hender son and the two men sitting in the parlor, To a question, defendant replied that Thomliason had come in to make arrangements about go ing to Glenorchy in a gig. Asked why the door was locked, defend ant said that one of the other men must bave dona ie; he bad not. Witness Hsked for the key of the bar, and defendant went upstairs to get it. When opened, there were no dirty glasses in the bar. To the P.M,: There was oo par ticular delay in opening the parlor door when I knocked...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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CIENORCHY RAC S. Weights and Handicaps. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

CIENORCHY RAC S. Wojghta ana liaudic.ipj. 6.7 Mr W. B. HiKltjoitH |ni( i tlic (ollowint- weights and I,, j for the (iloiiorohy Uic.\ c'nKv 8P3 .neeimB on ^prif ?nnUdl WnrooTin * " 90 Half Holiday 7 " •• 8.8 Mill BrldKo .. " - 8.8 Fiory Bub , ••• 8.0 8D8 ... "• ••• 7,6 Koprlraand ..." " "78 Bjotlot •• 7.0 V.ul0"°"! L »tiy Warrick ** ®»*8 Klorrto Pfttb ... " 8.1Q Ziogt . " 8.8 lUUupor ... "* •• 7.18 Boy (Jaeoy ,, *% • 7.10 DfJaok ,, *' 7.4 Harmony ftt "* ••• 78 Modoet Maid .. ** *' 7.3 fciootlor ** ** 8J8 FLYING HANDIO^fa'tio"0 V«lwlok .. . " L'dy Warriok ' 'S1® Zibri' " •• 9 0 Boy (Wy ._ " ®'? Weroona " " WO Sootier , *** •• 7.7 Bill Uridgo ... *' ,'J Fiory Bob ... ~ ™ ThoUuko .. "• 5'J2 Kepriruand .. "* WELTX3R-7 farloDgs L«dy Warrick ... , Klorrio l'ark ... . '/<"># .. " ' Uranley ChaBo ... " ,,5 U' J"k .. ... - £ , Harmony .. ,, - *■" Modes! Maid .. .. Half Holiday ... ~ ®g I'ONY BAOE--4 fnrlongo Cavador ^ . Tiny Town jn H ... . 50 ™ f'":-1 :: so 0 Lidy Mary SB ai °i...

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

17 SI IT $ CO Arc Showing All the IN AUTUMN GOODS Millinery, Dresses Costumes Jackets, &c Special Window Display Friday Night. G. SMITH * CO ROBERTSON & MOFFAT S>| The Latest Design in Bedroom Suites £19 10s. £19 10s. This handsome Suite is made throughout by finest European labour. It is fitted with all conveniences; has copper handles, bevel mirrors; is moft excellently finished, and it wonderful value at ... £19 lOs. Furnitu/r and Fashion Catalogjes on Request. Robertson & Moffat Pty^ltd., Melbourne! Drapers, Tailors, Boot & Shoe Importers, Fsmitore & Carpet Warehousemen O STOP & CONSIDER? Buy Your GROCERIES at BARKER BROS., Best Valve Given for your money. TRV BMMER BROS., OYiN B\>^D Beat Anything on the Mai-kc Farmer's llams & Bacon TAKE NO OTHER TRAIT'S SPARKLING HOP ALE* PENHURST BUTTER ALWAYS ON" HAND. CROCKERY, TINWARE, SAUCEPANS and GLASSWARE] at Lowest Prices. G ^IVE US YOUR SMAS ORDERS AND YOU WILL BR SATIS FI...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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TROUBLE ON THE TRAIN. Why the Cord was Pulled. Stawell Bandsmen and Railwayman Accused. Of Insulting Ladies, Correspondent Gives Description. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 March 1914

TROUBLE ON THE TRAIN Why the Cord was Palled. Stawell Bandsmen and Railway man Accused. | Of Insulting LadieB, Correspondent Gives Description. Ill reference to a series of inci dents on the (rain bearing tha Stawell Brass Band to Stawell after the Ararat Charity Carnival on Wednesday last, culminating in the application of the brakes tbroogb the pulliug of the communication cord, wo have received the following item of correspondence : — To the Editor.— Sir,-—The author of the saying quoted in your issue of to-day (Saturday), respecting the incident on the special train from Ararat on Wednesday last, must either be one of the culprits or someone, if be knows anything of the facts of the caBe, whose desire to sav6 the repu tation of some members of the Stawell Band is greater than that ot protecting womenfolk from insult. The facts of the case are :—A party of Stawell young women, ow ing to the illhealth of one of theie number, sought out a ladies' com partment where they could all b...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

11 I WHEN THE BRIDE COMES TO BALLaRAT fcjho ohoald qrII at, one Studio, sod Bit for oar Bridal Portrait. There's no delay—wo h&va overylhmg in re&dinoQB—Bridal Veil, Boaqoet, Wraith, Battouboles, tto.; four wi'll-ftppoiotsd dt;oj.B»n>j roorao, electric (ana io atadio. Wo pboto* graph io two po-itious, and Bab mit proofa from eaoli. We Enlarge any Old or Faded —: Photographs Send that old photograph ot Futber or Mother, aad let ob enlarge it. StttiBfaotion Rnaranteod Size of Sizsof Fbolo Mount Priao 12 x 10 20 x 16 25s 15 z 12 23 *17 30b (lompltta in newest stylo ol monDt aod framo RICHARDS & Co The World Famed photographers, tSTUKT STREET, BrtiiLAR&T, J. O. JDaardoo, Prop.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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LADIES RIFLE CLUB. Euchre Torney and Dance [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

LADIES RIFLE CLUB. Eucliva Torney and Dance On Tuesday evening a vory .pocooaaful poohro patty and dancc wab hold in tfco Firn Brigade Drill, in aid of (he fands of tho L^dies's Rifle ('lab. Thr»ro wna a large ot'ondnnrn proeont, bob doBpi.o tho fao* ilia'i tlio wea bnr waa rather warm for danoinR, «.li ocemed to tborongbly ODjoy themselves. Id tho eaobro tonrnamoct, Mias Perry sconred tho lady'B rria?, and Mr A, J, Heard tho gentleman's prizs It ia tho intGniion of tbotjadiea' R>fie Olub lo hold -hood noos montLly through out tho cornibg bqqbod, and if TacBdny evening o*r, bo taken &8 a oritorico, tbey should provo highly aaooeeofal. Amuso n-enfc of thin typo hardly ever fails to bo popular on winter nights. Pr.iitn mo^ bo oooorded tho soorotary and committer for the way in wbiob tbey ca-ricd oat tboir datiea.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

PERSONAL. Lieutenant W. (J. Smith, oilico commanding B. Ooinpany of the 7.'!id Rogimeni, basdccidcd to resign l)ii commission at tho und of tho present ye:ir. Mr G. II. Osborne, of St Arnaud, has been appointed a commissioner of ttip Supreme (Joint of Victoria for taking affidavits. l)f C. IJiiguic! has sold his prac tice at Minyip to Dr .1. 8. M'Lean, brother-in-law of Dr Donald, of , Warracknabel. Dr M'L«nr. actod as locum tenens for Dr Duguid a few weeks iijjo, and piior to that was j eunduetiiiK Dr Donald's practice at Wiirrncknabeal dining tho absence of his brother-in-law trom the town. The reason of Dr Duguid's depar ;uie from Minyip is that be has deoided to specialise. Mr M.irtin Gregory, mechanic attached to the PoHtal Department at Ararat, and well known in Stawell for tho past three yeare, has been transferred to Melbourne, and leaves shortly. Hi a successor will be Mr W U Buck, of Melbourne.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

I TAKE NO OTHER. I << I'at ninn yo-iro I Duitored with a livor ! disorder uud trii'd nuracrouu lucdioinoa ob | mlnii'i! vnry littio rulnf," writca Mial) J lOo'lior J. Oolec, Major'n Crcoli, N.B.W, S " Alti r tr.Uini: Oliimb'.-rl.iin'o TublotE f rcgulrr!" for » forttiiyfit I I'oun i I Wfto J iMuiitly bijncfilt'tl, und um now oom[iUtnly 3 tcolorcil to hoiiltli. My f'ltbor, who io 7'J. i ij ail invuli'l mill io troubled with oonotipn 1 linn bill imo obunnod ilia uroatiuli bonotit (rem ('linmborlain'i) Tnblutu. KiHhct tbun 1 u»o nny oilier mu-dininu vu tmvo ofton D5ul S nto llr.itdwood, lli'it iJ U'unly mik'u away. 81,It ChiHubotliiin'u Tubbta. Bold by T. J B Wriiilit nud Co. l'rgp. Ltd., uud Q. U ojIiBa.OUumlBb

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Farming Properties [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

Farming Properties ftlitolip'1 ltrcH nn;J White report a^'Ol dcrmurt for immi properties, b&yingeold tho fol'o^i«R tfur'ri^ tljfj ^a-t fortnignt, nnd have a number < ( oiliore under j'oepecti n by outside buyrra. Wo report Imvinu fiold: — On acooont W ft Yivk", thu Scotahmeni Paddock, ooutai"iu|{ 782 Acres, to Mr J &. Panebtrri at a hv. iyf iolory pricp. Oo no coi'ut of Muasrs I'crEnr Uro?, (MO aorea at LouRcrcnooK. to Mr August Addler. On aooount of Jiracs Williams, Banyona, 530 aorea to Mr Sum Kin*! and on account of B-imo vnudor, 285 »onr c Mr R ]jjdj». On aooount of Mr Thrnn V .vrop, hia property at G>ill<\viddi\ »sc-1 t.iis. j 320 uorep, to Mr 13 Vivian. On acccuci of Vr George Hrnnc'l, 320 ficc-ocf freehold land ul Watta to Mr Go rjio tloldoo On aoocqnt ot Mnj IIurtL-r, Wtlahani-Gtrctt, houno und iand to Air R Guilau. 0«» aoooant of W FI Milohi-ll. b rt\vc»!t, tinadH and kturf to Ji ha M Ltod, On rccour t of tbo tjceoutord oftboict* W.J...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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WEDDING. Honry-Falls [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

WEDDING. Houry-FiUb Ail exooodiiigly (trolly wi dditi/, wan s-Momnisi'ii by I ho Ucv 11. (!. Miitthew ;n (In' i'losbyerion Cliurch vi'sii'i'il.iy iifti'i nuon, when Mr •!.lines !( lli'iny, hoi'oir! son ol' Mr Robert Henry, ol llamd on, was married lo Mis9 Lavinia Kails, eldest daughter ol Mrs J. Fnlln, ol Sliirrcll' streot Stnwcll. Tim briilc, who was given away bv her brother, Mr U.iroUl Kails, lookoil charmim; in a robe nl whim crepe di» chiin1, trimmed wiih silk shadow ltico, A very pretty touch was added by a lon^ court train, iineil with a dolicate uhadc of pink ; sho wore a Ion;* laco veil, worn oap fashion, ft))d carried a bout]m-t of rose?, carnations, and ferns. Miss ICtliel Knlla, sinter of the bride, was dressed in whitu ailk, with 'ritimitugsol fur, and wora u pink mob cap ; she carried a bout]ui.t of [link posies Willi dreamers to match. Mrs I'aIIh, mother ol' the lukle, watc a black eilk gown, (rimmed with silk laco ; black hat with black lancer plumes. The bridegroom'...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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SUCCESSFUL CLEARING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

SUCCESSFUL CLEARING SALES. Mes&rg Milohr-Il'Broa and Wbit^ repTi1 having held a mom aacaesafnl lot of oten e iofi galea during tlio last three we- ks, horeca nod maobinury in all oases hnviog been keenly compiled for. Wo eold on sc- ! oonnt of Mr John Swc tman tho wbota of ' bis f&runiog plant M, Hup^nyup the whole ol his facmirg plant at Rupaoyop Norlb, i and in conjunct on with Mr R Smith wo • beld Q mOBt tuoat-Biful pple ol machinery, 1 horses, ehor-p, «t-j» on ncooont of Mr John ML^oU, Gilpqul. Wo al«>o had ono of (bo moat snccosofol galea over held at | OreoL'a (Jrcck on tcoaant of Mr Normon I Uutohin^, who huB disposed of biB property. Tho machinery, Itcrsea ond etooli brocgbt reoord prices. In oanj.p o t'on with MeBem Cr»>u r.r ; Ho^iu wo conducted a d'o^ring s*to of fvnuotf p'&nt, ila. on behalf of MfQ.ru Boat Bffe of W»r r&cknahea), Alorn account of Mr Kail', Bc-ulab, wo hnd i bi> h y ctttiefwctorv sulo of hiB stock ami impKiuoutp, I...

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Hoske—Urone, [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

Hoskc—Urono, The marriage of Miss Margaret Crone, daughter of Mr anil Mis W: II. Crone, of Ararat, to Mr C. Noske, of Willaura, was solemnised at the residence of the bride's par ents, Bantield street, Ararat, on Tuesday, a reception being held in the supper room at the Masonic Hall tho same evening, when the usual toasts wore houored. Tho newly wodded couple left by tho 10 p.m. train for liillarat.

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