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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 15 January 1914

BHGU1UTISM Dr Bheldori'd UoKaotiojljimmonb remove more naeeD of rheumatism overy year that all (tie. Bo-oalled ibeumaj.lem meclioiao oombinod. It will ponetrMo to your very boost, Slid eontlio aud sob'Juo fcho psia Tbe Qiot application will relievo, and oon tinned nae will brion about marvellous re ■alt). Pfloo,, li);6d;;«ndio8i, Obtainable gWrywdew,

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORLD-WID NEWS AND NOTES. News from Everywhere. J. P. MORGAN'S WATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 15 January 1914

WORlD-WiD NEWS *ND NOTES. Nowa from Every whore. J. P. MORGAN'S WATCHEH. I A SwiBB HyihUcatn ha» been former, to rocovor for tho Nntloiml Museum, tho collection of nucieat watchrp. chiefly of Geneva make, formed t>r tho Into .1. P. Morgan. The oyndic.vtr will olTor Mr. Morgan';; family £luf>. 000 for tho collection.

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 — 15 January 1914

Mit.ibcll liros Mid Wbttn AUCTION GEB3 Land Salosmon, Stools and Station Agents. BWORN VALUATORS H9HKY TO LEND AT LOWEbT RATE 8, STAWELL, 'AHD AT BaUfcrat, Warraoknaboal, Mnrtoa, XapADyop and Minvip, Mar.uo, WiHaar*. AGKNTS FOK : Mosura Dalv.ciy and Co., Woolbrokerp, tolon^ and Melbourne Hasaey-Barrio Company TbeBullora* Trustee*, Exeootors An Ageuuy i ompany Yorkeahiro K»ro Insurance Oo.—Slack tn dtiiui din; Oropa; also Live Stook a low'et r<t G8 Nv.ioum Mutual Life Association. W B Vier5 ana Co, WackBtoae Oil En gines and New Way Air Cooled.Engine Aad Dixie Obn£foutt*r. Young Bros BflQSi. —AUCTIONEERS.— STOCK AKD:S1ATIUN ACEtflS Head Ox flees—Horsham, Hamil ton, and Nhill, BRANCH OFFICES—Chorion, Torang, Mnrtoa. Miuyip, W&rraoknabe*l, Bealah, panyap, Dimboola, Donald, Goroke, Arar.t, Natimuk, Rainbow, Jeparit, and Einiva mW ^Villanra. A^onoieB&t Stratbdownie, Lake Bolao. B»nyena, Peuahnrat, Balmoral, Bopetonn. Auation aad Clearing Sales Conducted in Any ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 15 January 1914

THIS PLi'\CE STAJST'DB SMO O T/OISR TO SHOULDER; WITH YOJJR ';V AINTS. WE BUILD VEHICLES THAT WILL Plj^cjE YOU. fX has boon aoknowlodgod for ovor yoara by oil who have Tieited oar Factory and 8how Rooma that when an- artiolo o nnaoual morit or oat of lha. inary ran Is wan tod, tho plaoo to procoro it Id at SHIRREFF BROS. Bhould it bo a Vehiolo lor baQlupsa Q9o, ot Abbol lot oaso and comfort, wo can anpply it. THE QUALITY IS BIGHT I THE PRICE REASONABLE I AMD THE DESIGN PERFECT EVCKY Branch of tho Bu»lnc«» bolna anporintondod by onei of tho Purtnora la onffioient Ruar«ntco that the Now Mon»Komor,t W maintain the Ropatatlon hold by tho Firm for tho LAST! FORTY YEARS for FIRST-CLASS WORE and PRIZE ITAKEKS ac all tho Shorn,. TYERS OUT, &0., AI VHRY MODERATE RATJJS, Buggies and C*her Vohiolea built to order. Voliioloo Sopairod, Ro-paintoA andlEo-trimmod. @3EE30E&i3ES»2ESlEB2i? BBOS., IPRBMIEilR, COACH FACTORY1 Eitabliahed 1859.] . OORNBB OF 'WIMMERA & SOALLAN STS....

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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OBITUARY. Death of Mr D. M'Rae, Senr. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 15 January 1914

OBITUARY. Death of Mr D. M'Rao, Senr. Mr Donald M*Rftc, senr., aged 72, ftthor of MesBrR M'Rae, of tb* Criterion Hole) Horsham, and J. M'Kae, of Natimok, died on Mondity at aboot midday, no the raeah of heart failure. At Dr Biro's privits hoepit*), NtUiinnk. Mr M'Hne bad been in thcWiminara for 45 years. He was a nafeivo of InvarmaBbiro, Scotland, and was qqo of tbe fiiut to aeteot land locally. For many year? Mr M'Rac. waa Obief of the Horsham Caledonian Sooioty, and ttlw»ya took » prominent put io tho r.ffiira of thai body. Tbo faoeral took plaoa at Natimnk on Taeeday. In addition to bU two eonp, tvgo m*rrisd daogbUraaro loft to mourn tbo loaa of n dovoted father. Deooaecd was well-known io Stawcll.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Stawell News AND Pleasant Creek Chornicle THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 15 January 1914

"She -SiaiueU it em a AND g£tear.atti <£rcw. (5'irorticle THURSDAY, .IANUART U 191-1. Fun the first w«ei; or r:o aftor (ho New Year holidays there is ex perienced, so far as Australia is con cerned at any rate, a general all round dullness, wiiich, though dis tinct enough in cities, is specially noh'oeable in country towns. Stay/oil with the others, in getting its share of the calm which follows the com parative Rtorm of the holiday season. As one of tho trite phruses of our American coi^ina has it, thero is j nothing doint,'. There are manyl contributing causes. First, of course, I is finance. The average parson has had what is popularly termed " a rattling fjood holiday," in the courae i of which he or she will probably iwe spent more than was antlci pated-~aucli is btjman nature, and few g'udge the mouejv Stjll, fbg| return to the routine of work is dfir j cMedly more irksome when fnnda j are at a low ebb. Your young Aus tralian is an extraordinary financier, j Hie wag...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 15 January 1914

TWO DOSES GIVKS lUCUKF. ' I am oatjuc c to bowl troubles ivbiob oquqo paiu ami inconvenii'iioi',1 writca< Mr Mfrud VVuiH', Ifiy Auburn U<i.t Auburn, Vio. ' but two <1on'!<i of (ihutnb- rlain'd Ouho ■»nrt Dmrrbouft tteroody ijivn immortiato nlii'f. 1 inn pleutu-rt t.j know thut ihrru is ruoh a n&fe mhi cretin riinoriy ao rh-ipbjrl.-un^ OoJio mmJ JDinrrbot'a lU-nierty on<i -.Uvftwi lto»p & bcc'lo h-*ndy,< KuM by T J Wr'nht tt* Go Prop Ltd., »nd G 1J Kiih', oboiniet. From oll'flcnn jut-1 ib» virago nil] bo rcoorit nno in Donlcn*, ("ANNO 1* AY TOO MUOH FOR IT. 'I h*vo found t humborjm'h'a Oolio and Diarrbooa Itemudy to bo tbomoot valaoablo modioino I hnvu cwor uaod,' writon Mr Aitbnr L> Beeoroll, 407 Nioholao'a Street, North (-ailton, Vio, In faot I ounnot Bay too maob in favor of it aa a euro for oollo, diarrhoea or pains in tho otomaob. I bave ufl«d ift for mysalf aod for members of tay family ana hav...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 15 January 1914

THEY SAY That the "Aite" has broken out o a fresh olaee: it ban become timorous. ft'in from par in Kauir l.iy'H issue:—"lie >wis lucked in ttm •table, sustaining a frau'ured skull.'' Wn havo heard many slang mmi;» toscrip-ive of a inu/s head, but "ilie able" in thu Intent. That it is rww 'h- fashion 'o lake • in 'a own ■ ug 'o the paik pictures. Sav-s Biieh a hi of • xeicif.- with tl)B .slothes biUi-1), ymi When jou'ie si'ii'ga tin- pictures | D iivn among lh>- gne.B and weeds, ' Y m arc su»' ion- <i nonoii I'lisit you're g iihering loisof weeds. But it's lately b - n discovered How to do th- Bunny Hug, In tho latest modern i million Wnile yoii'r.* n't i»K »" ;l nl8 I'liat III V vvi b m .-I othr.r poio>-.-, IS Hi.iTn n. Iron, ill.. nsiia' pt)p.-holiday iterr«xsioii But cheer i.p-thcie's nearly all 19L1 iv-t t*.uch<'d yet. That our inimiura 1011 *uthonii> im*id-rs Mi*' v r\ yoiiiii! ill >!> ..ade > Ui popuU'Vvt. u >ugli he «• (ii'u i>i...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE C[?]BINET. Ministerial Elections. Poll To-Day. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 15 January 1914

THE C BIMtl Ministentiil Elections. Poll To-Day. Polling in connection with the State Ministerial eleciio.ns takes pluc to-day. The boo'hs will opn at. 8 a.m. ftU'l will close a' 7 p.m The clcciors will be called upon t( detoruiine on tho nieriin of th« eir - didattirn of MiniHters aiid ihoir ot> ponenta in thrto t-lccmrutes. Tl i eleciomics and Ujh eanilidntt s an t follow Essendon. •Frank Koani', -15 VicioriH-elri 11> Coburfj, Wood Woiki'i-. William Ahxander Wat, P..rli street, Moomc l'ondf, Aictobant. PnAHRAN. Donald M»ckiiinon, Acklaivi 6tree', South Yiirru, H.nristor. William Henry Webber, Arg. Street, South Yai 1.17Secretary. BonuNG. William Hutchinson, Land Own Enst .Malvern. Farquhur M'-'iv, F.irni'-r, Wahu

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 15 January 1914

SPECIAL imm TU LADIES. Lv^iea nre kindly rrqaoiMotl to note thfli; Slrn D, M. Clifford, Btiporiutt-ndcnt of llio Nutum Health (Jo, ID Klizuboth-uireet, iiltilbouruu. wilt not l>o viei'.intf Ntuwell ui;f\»n till 20'h J wumry nria* und ihe.i Aim Clifford r.uci thu Nnturri il uith Co aro tho only uuppliiru ot Gt-nuir.a Naturu ilomfl Tr»-utnuMit, thfit htm r* 5raruti ho many thouQivudu of women and j'irla to purftok health. L.hIku iiro primndi (t thut ihu Com* i-tiny, who I'pioiuiirw in uiJnion(3 peculiar t> women. arc 1U1I0 to tronl pnti-Lta »qually tiu \vt>11 ihrouj;h Iho poiil porsoualy uud if ihmr health it* O'kUiin^ them uny anxioty tliuy uro [•> ron^iy advised lO pui thornoolveo ;u touch with tlio aortipany. No oblig&tiou whatever la mcarrud in doiojl 60. ITroo Health Guidu ?r wornon 'and gtrls will be .flout on roaoipt of 2d pob^-ftgo Address Dqou, A»l<\ Tbo je&lonaly of Ballarat.ia suggested an % retBon (or the pour ODlrisB reoeWed (01 tbu ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 15 January 1914

until you are worse betoro starting a campaign against disease. No matter how slight may be your indisposition your duty to yourself demands that , immediate steps be taken to n disperse it. Of course, you » expect to get better and not » worse, but where health is in " question you are never justiiicd in leaving anything to chance, and. as is well known, indis- T; position, insteadofdisappearing 'i of its own sweet will, frequently develops serious disorders if neglected. Your safest course is to TAKE which nrn tho World'a finest U ! household remedy lor the cor- « i rcctlon ol derangements o! the jj i Btomach, liver, or ltidneyn. <i Slight hoadaches, loss of appo H | tito, a nasty taste in the mouth )/ I and other little symptom;) ol U that sort are indications ot jj digestive disorder, and may be (j regarded as Nature's warnlnj; {\ Ol worse troubles to follow if if the cause ol tlie present ail- ij ment be not speedily removed, (j Don't wait until to-morrow but- \! tak...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PLOPLING THE LAND The Watt Ministry Programme [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 15 January 1914

PEOPLING THb LAriD j The Watt Ministry Programme The prolamine of the new W« ■ Minis'ry, ho outlined tiy tli.- Prt-mi in It is Essendon e'p-recu, ftppears. m, paper at any rate, as one I bat wi i commend itBelf to country Lib.-iab. It's principal planks are a ourtaineo policy of railway exiension, and iu newed efforts to encouta^'e immi grants who will settle and work ii the country district? A country Ministry, intent on serving the bes interests of the State, will find a une ful field of services in thcs* enter prises. One of tho serious hindrances to national progress in Yictoriii, an indeed in nearly ull the other ^us tralian States, is the undue, not tos iv alarming, aggregation of population in the State capital. Melbourne contains more than a third of the population in the State, and thesauiu abnormal proportion is found in the six capital cities of Australia, wheu compared with the population of the Commonwealth. Thus, in effect, the development of the rural industries of th...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Boats on the Lake.. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "STAWELL NEWS") [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 15 January 1914

Boats ou tlio Lako. (To Tun Kmroii ok' run "Stawei.i, NeW) Slti,—After reading your well- 'H timud iirtioloH on the advisability of ■ the council inventing a comparatively B small sum in the purclnse of a lnw ■ rowing slults for Victoria Lalco, I w;iB hopeful ill it our city fathers, on their resumption of Ijuniiiuna after Clnistm^s, might think fit to con- j Ridpr the matter. I, together with i dozens of boating men in Slawcll, | am sorry to see that Apparently wu S| do not poKsesH u solitary councillor s who li is th>< (I was going writo "oonrage," biu will substitute " on<-ri>y") to'bring he question up for discussion. NVhy ? There is lit tie or 110 doubt that the venture would pay, the townspoople wnut the boats. Are we to think that the council are waitinc for a petition 011 the subject ? A motion suggesting the purchase of shifts could, at tlio worst, only b> defeatod. I bIvjH watch the report of the next council meeting to nee if on* of our repr...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS. Crisp Clips from our Contemporaries. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 15 January 1914

hlws of our neighbors. Crisp Clips Irom our Coutempor arie3. Another change has been effected in tlit) ownership of th« Royal Hotel, I Rainbow, ihe new proprietor be.ing Mr John Danelcrt, formerly o£ Kanuira and Tongala. I A strike occurred at Andley, neat Branxholrap, 011 Thursday (says the Hamilton "Spectator", when thresh ing operations were, about to com mence. Nine or ton men, led by an agitator from Wallacedale, demanded log rates, wbich were promptly re fused. Mr Head offered them- the mling rate of 10il pur hour. They would not uccept it, and took to tbe load. I11 less than throe hours all places Wero iefilled,~wi'h more men offering. Threshing operations were I not stopped through the Btrike for an I hour. | Mr Patrick J. Dillon last week | killed a snake ou tho Charleston I road, opposite Messrs Homme and Iser's buildings, llorsh.mi, It measured -1ft 10in., and on bcinfj openod was found to contain a lira lizrrd measuring about 8in, in length and about oin. in circumferenc...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 15 January 1914

PERSONAL. Mr J. H. Scullin has decided not to cogtest Ooranuamito at the next elections. Nominations will shortly be called for those willing to contest the seat in the Labor interests. Superintendent A. Morris, who ia retiring, as previously mentioned in these columns, from the police force at the end of this month, is to be made the reoipient of a presentation Irom the police force of the Wim rnera District, at the Stawell Town Hall ou Friday evening, 30th inst, All the police stations have been cir cularised in furtherance of the move ment. Mr A. J. Thurgood, who for some time has filled the position of clerk in the Works Branch of the Railway Department at Seymour, is return ing to Ararat this week to occupy his old position at Ararat. Mr Tburgood's abilities on the cricket field are well known in Ararat and throuuhout the district, and his re turn to his old place, will greatly strengthen the Ararat Railway team, Mr R. J. Pearson, of Warrackna heal, who for many years has repre...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRUEL, BUT CALLED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

CRUEL, BUT CALLED FOR. The daughter of the house has just returned after a visit to somo friends; and l.ud returned, moreovor, engaged to be married to ono of those alarm ingly rare individuals—ir young man really eligiblo in every way. "My dear mother," she exelaimcd, by way of extolling the virtues of her intended, "lio's just grand I »So squaro, so upright, so highly polished. Why, oven in his notes there is a tone so sympathetic,• that sometimes I wonder if I'm——" "Mercy's sake, child," interrupted the prosaic, uuromantie mother, "are you telling me about ji young man or a piano P"

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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FACTS AND FANCIES. The Safoty-Pin. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

PACTS AND' FANCIES. Tlio Snloty-Pln. "Tho originator of tho Kafetiy^pin/' says an historian of inventions, 'was u lill.lo boy, an English blacksmith's .son, Tho littlo boy—Harrison by naino •—hud to look after his baby brother. Tho baby ot'tou cried, and its tears were usually to bo traced to pin punc tures. Ho failed in working out a safety-pin, but hit) father, tho black smith perceiving- tho utility of tho idea tho lad had been at work, on, took it up on his own account, and uvontnally turned out tho safety-pin that is in use to-day ali ovor tho world."

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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ICNORANCE WAS BLISS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

ICNORANCE WAS BLISS. iiravson—"Como out with me for a rido ill my motor car?" Wisu—"How long have you had it?" "Just got it." "Had any experience with cars?" "No." ''Going to run it yourself?" "I am." "Can you mend a punctured tyro?" "No." "Wouldn't know the firBt thing to do." "Not the first thing." "Have you studied, read, or been given any advice?" "No. I toll you I know nothing about them." "How far do you want to go?" "Just as far as the thiyg will go." "All right. I'll come with you." "What! Why, I didn't flream you'd accept my invitation." ''Wily not?" "I didn't think you'd care to go out in a motor car with a man who doesn't know anything about it." "Nonsense I You're just the. man." "How's that?" "Simply because, 'my friend, if we break down we'll drop tlio machine and get home by train. But if you thought you knew anything about it you'd spend tho rest of the day trying to put it right, \vliilo I'd liavo to stay and suffer with you bb a matt"- of common cburtosy."

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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HEALTHY CATS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

HEALTHY CATS. Cats are as ofiou killed by kindness as human beings. A little carefully directed attention can make pussy's life ono of comfort and pleasure. For the cat's drink milk is by most* people, considered not only the proper but the only ono required. This idea, though widespread, is erroneous. A cat is often thirsty for water, and, when chance offers, will drink it and let a saucer of milk go untasted. Always havo a pan of water easy of access to pussy. Without plenty to drink, pussy can not sparo tho saliva, used each time she licks her fur aud makes it so clean and smooth. Givo your cats plenty of meat> and plenty of bones to gnaw. Bread and milk alone do not make a sufficient diet to enable them to retain health and strength. Tho bones will help to keep cleanly teeth. Many people with hold meat from cats, expecting them to complete their bill of fare by catchr»sg mice. This is frequently a mistako, for a poor pussy, hungry and faint, has neither strength nor patience ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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