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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

lflGUTING FOR 13UEATIJ, l> My hltlo boy was a martyr to bad coldo and coughD," nnyQ Mro C. Wsrroll, Lak'Ai Crook, Uookbarapton, Q, '• At timtn ho hafl been no bad that I havo found him ti(*hUuf« for brimtb, Hinco I oiart«d giving bim UharabL-rliiin'tj Cou^h Romodv I do not worry over hia coogho lor I know thai a uoupln of rfo^eB will give him imtao die.tr, relief " Bold by T, "Wrifiht Dud C<u L'rop, litd, and G, L\ King, Chdraiot Tho body of Itfru Elixibeth Ilood, who dii'npptaml from her homo at Guildford (V/.A) hfit svoiU, \yr>a found floating in tbu Bwao liivor, w\ih two flat irono tied round liur wiiui. R10K1CU 1JIS BiOK 4,l riuiuul my hvul: ucvuroly and %/p.u un able to ntand upwrijjht,1* writua Ml* Tho.-i 11. Mahur, libiien, Vio, U1 had ootiii (Jhi.nilit.ri >in'<i I'ain 15alrn advortir.ed for jUividh, ami thought 1 would ceo what it would do lor mr, Tho hro'j application ^uvt! mo relief and I was quito znjuelf again after uuin« only a rjuarior of...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OBTUARY. Mr Donald M'Donald Wright. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

OBTUARY. Mr Dona'd M'Donalcl Wright. Mr Dbtvjld M'Donold Wri^l t, an c#l-* and highly rofipoa^ed residotil of this di* trict, diod on Sunday at Uio roridenoo of ono of Iiia pohp, Mr Clmrloo WmkM. M'ArUinr-flt.roob, Oamperdawn, r the " Ohroniolo"). Tbo Iffo of llio dtccapot) gai.L'otriQn was a very ttacfuf one. IJir i aotivitici »t variouo timea took him to variona parts of tho Btet.o. He oamo to ibo Oamppfdown diatriok between <'J0 and 40 yearn ego, and at Oobtten ec t np u. aav. mill. IIu left Iho mill and removed (o btavrcl); whoro ho oonduotcd the buoincre of ad auolioneer (or somo yearn, Hnbfi. qaoi*t/y ho fciok np maoiaipil pntjinot'rin^.. Hu wou engineer to ttio Hhirn of Dimb rl-; tiornng, at tvbioh Warmoknanon.1 in *hc raoiii t iwd 5 K«rkarook, of whtoh Hopr toao ia the oei t r, Foot yeara ago bo waa ttfiokonwith illno«p, and ovory en deavour was made to allovintu his aioknchB, bat cver-taally tbo inevitable ond oamr, iio leaves a bereavod widow, and soven none und...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JOCKEYS IN ENCLOSURE [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

JOCKEYS IN ENCLOSURE At the moetiny of the committee of the Camperdown Turf Club, Mr Cuthbort said he could boo little use in keeping jockeys in the enclosure. Ownors and trainers could converse with them freely. The jockoyB migtri as well bo out with the crowd. Mr Stansmore : But tlmt ''third indi vidual" cannot get at them when they are in tho enclosure. Mr j M'Oubo : There was a meeting within 100 miles of Camperdown, at which an ownor when putting the jookey into the saddle was not al lowed to speak to the boy. The stcwardfl gathered rounrl the horse when the jockey was being put in ' thoaaddle, and they saw that the owner diil not speak to tho jookey. Mr J. Bodie Mackie: Ha must havo been a v«ty reputable maD. Mr M Oabe : Or tho club was a very reputable one;

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW[?] [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

vEwrs'^i: 'i ) ' r i r The following nrc tlic now rutea for !alo bonp convcrpiitionf! wbirli are dow it) force •om 'lis Stuwell Port ODioe :— PIunn lstSmiou. Adtnl 3 min Ararat 3d M B*'Jar*.t 19 EM tteaufort e-f Od Brim le 4d 1« Baanaor 6d od Campbcll'tf Bridge ?• i 2ri Ortthnt.-ft <:■< 5d Dimuoola Dooen la 14 Od yd +(4rej\t Weotcru 2d 2d Glennrchy lid 2d Horebam 8d Od t Joel Joe-1 ad 2d Jung 1 a 9'l +Landtborou^li •hi yd ljabt'olc aa fid Melbourne Ig lfld le Uinyip I'd fid Moysloo •»d ' ad VUftOlt tid Sd tNivarro r,A 5d Pimpinio u 9d Rapanyop 8d Od Wsrracknnbeal £>d Willapr* . « a d Wal Will , ?d , • - 3d tli&udsborongli, Juc Joel Navarrr Oleuoroiiy and Great WoaU't'O, oIobd ul ,i p.m. Opening fee, 2s 6d flisviaed on 2nd Joly 1912.] A. BUKROW9, Posimaotor Printed *nd pablWbcd tor t»» fib prlotore. kf yi«dtvr=fl (laitfe, *1 4S" j/Mct'at ti« "SHcrtU Man* ».»' . £!Usi« A»t Sgasfc- il>* »*3fi!a,w Hi?

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BTAWELL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

BTAWELL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY 78—Proctor ami Frenohara 88 -Aitken, Dr \\ . Lj. IT-— Akioe, U A (and Privato hen) 05 -^ibion Uotol (W .) Eirt.>) 55—Anderson,A (and Private Bee) and 19 t Uioe 8 -Anthony, W (and Private Ree,^Glen orcby road 8—Auatcaliaua Tailinea Coy. 7 - B&uk of AuGtralaain, manager —IU uc-, A ti and Pma tc Keaideooe. I-U.-M .. O (j5 —rker W 0 and Priv Ree 13 — B-.i, v\ ti «vid P'ivito Rstfidonoo. 1 — Brov.lbent- L>iua dt 3—B i I Ilia, rh tf >t-I (Uca 11G--lifickliycrB' Vrmi H rol J F iaer 140—Bov I'DR Green U8-B»U>. Mim II—Barker Bros. 45 —C-tCRpbcll, AO, l'omouiii 03—Cmiict, \V. LI. and iSoti A) Priv Hcs 90—Cbadwiik, B (J and Tea Roooa 85—Chadwifik, Mr* 78—Chaponuel, Bush and Allen , 62—(Jiurkf, Auyua 11 56 —Clarke «& Scott ti —Coffee Palace (A H Buab) 07- Commercial Hotoi(W Douald^on 77—Coajmouwtiallb Hotel 18—Cooper Bros b7—Court House *2— Cmnaton, W S.(and Privato ReBideno *3—-Crouch, Fredk ol—Crerar, T G and Private Residence 4—CromieJ ...

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

GEO SMI ffi & CO Are Now Showing; \\l the. IN AUTUMN GOODS Millinery, Dresses Ocstumes Jackets, &c Special 'Window Display Friday Night. W S^'VN*' j G. SMITH * CO ROBERTSON & MOF The Latest Design in Bedroom Suites £19 10s. li'Klfi# £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 is wonderful value at ... £19 lOs* Furniture and Fashion Catalof^es on Request. i Robertson & Moffat PtyMtd., Melbourne M Drapcrj, Tailori, Boo! & Shoe Iopurters, Furniture & Carpel W«re!ioniemeD ® Issssszssc: STOP & CONSIDER? Buy Yoar G&OCERIES at BARKER BROS., Best Valve Givm for your money, TRV BfrRKER BROS., OMIH BWEjlD Beat Anything on the Marko Farmer's Hams & Bacon TAKE NO OTHER TRAIT'S SPARKLING HOP ALE* PENHURST BUTTER ALWAYS ON HAND. crockery, TINWARE, saucepans and GLASSWARE" at Lowest Prices. Gi...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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COLORED CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

COLORED CLAGBEO. Tho wearing of spectacles to protect the oyos from tho glare of tho .sun is u very old cuHtom. Tlio natives of tho fur northern region lone ago invontod spectacles of wood, with jv vory nar row slit in tlio centro, to diminish us far as possible tlio continual anow glaro of the long Arctic day; and it is said that tho Kmporor Novo, who was an albino, and whoso oyos wcro tbore foro vory sensitivo to light, need ame thysts or emeralds to shield his eyes. To-day tlio use of tinted glasses is vory common; but uuloos tho glasses aro wisely chosen, moro harm than good may result. In tho first place, tlio sliapo of tho glassos is ofton wrong. Ourvod or "tone" glnsscs ought not to bo worn except, by direction of au oculist, for llioy aro irregularly rofractivo, and sometimos causo a great doal of eye strain, Unless tinted glassos aro nmdo especially from an oculist's proscrip tion, tlioy should bo porfoctly piano on both surfaces, and equally thick throughout.. Tho color of...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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NOT WHAT HE EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

NOT WHAT HE EXPECTED. Ho camo into the police-station, hie hands clonched, and his eyebrows swooping downward towards the bridge of his nose. "How much do you charge in a caso of assault and battery?" "That doponds—about twenty shil lings.' ' "You can knock the stuffing out of a man for that, can'fc.you?" "Possibly." "Can a fellow pay his fine in ad vance ?'' "If you want to," laughed the in : spector. The visitor laid two half-sovereigns on the desk. "I'm going to lick a man, and I don't want any interference from the police while- I do it." And he stalkod out, muttering. Half an hour afterwards a man camo in. Both his eyes were puffed, his nose cropked, his clothing was hanging on him in rags. "Well," he said, gently, "do you re cognise mo?" "Can't say that I do." "I'm the man who camo in here half an hour ago and paid a fine in ad vance." "Oh! WoII, what do you want nowP" "Would you raind giving me 19a. 6d. back ?''

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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PULLETS—FREE RANGE, AND SOUR GRAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

PULLETS—FREE RANGE, AND SOUR GRAPES. Considering that the majority of poultry breoderB have of necessity to rear their birds in more or loss limited areas, and considering tho wonderful results which liavo been obtained by birds from small''suburban yards, it perhaps is not surprising that tliero is a general feeling that, given cleanli ness and expert management, thoro is no reason why confined birds should not grow as well, mature as thoroughly, and lay as well and as long as thoso reared on a free range. This may ba in individual cases an. lionest opinion nr sour grapes. Both tho -'opon ran gers" and tho "limited area" men can put up a good case. It iB not often that one hoars of tho two meth ods being tested. Writer recently came across a report of ono of tho American stations in whicli what ap pears to bo an intorosting experiment is recorded. Ono hundred barred Rock chickens two months old, wore divided into two equal lots. Lot "B" woro confined in a bare yard 20 x 100, that i...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
USEFUL HINTS [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

USEFUIj hints A simple test for oats is to place a Handful in a bucket of water. If the tfrain sinks it is a good sample. Give the growing* stock all the sroen-stuff they will eat it; it contains elements'that they need. If you have w'ater, plant some fodder for the hot whither. Separate the cockerels from the pul lets; both sexes grow and thrive bet ter when apart. When the cockerels heffin to crow is the time to move them. In hot weather, tomatoes are good for the fowls. They quench the thirst at«<1 tone up the system. If there is no shade, make one with split bajys, tacked on to a tight frame of wood.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LABYRINTH. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

THE LABYRINTH. When the world was quite young and a great many very strange things happened in it, there lived a King of Crete, called Minos, who kept a dread ful monster as a pet. This beast was callcd the Minotaur, and it had the body of a man and the head of a bull. The people of Crete hated It and wanted to kill it, so as to keep it safe from them King Minos had a won derful cage built for it—really one of the most wonderful buildings there ever was in the world. In the middle was a great courtyard for the Mino taur to live in, and leading away from this were so many long, complicated passages that no one who did not hold the due could find his way through them, but was sure to be tired out and die on the way. It was called the •iibyrinth. Great high walla surround ed it ,and on the top* was a tower where the Minotaur could climb and stand looking out to sea, thinking such queer thoughts, half beast thoughts and half man thoughts all mixed together, and the poor crcature couldn'...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE POULTRY RUN. HATCHING IN WINTER [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

1'iie rOTJLTR'y RUN. __ & — hatching in winter I ; So f;ir us winter hutching is mm ? ,.,,iiu-(i, tin' broody l>e» is n tiiijjg (1f i (lio I'usl- ll' is t'r"0 !i'10 never was ot' ' rerv fin'Ut service, for it who coinpur i otivi'ly rare for a hen to ovincu any J dftsiru to sit dining tho oold wonthor, j „ml oven when 0110 was obtained slio ■ 0[tt,n forsook her nost, unci so spoilt I tliu ejy:s. T'10 ral,icl '"croaso of tho i nou-sit ling breeds urn! tho romarkablo improvements "iiieh hnvo boon otfec toil in 'I'" construction and liumiyuln : ti,m of tbo incubator Iinvo, to nil in tents unci purposes, done nwuy with (ho liroml.v lien. Thoro are /still » ftny j people, but n very fow, who huvo a S projudico against tho artificial moth ; 0(ls of hutching, hut ovory season scea i n decrease of this Kmall hand, and wo ! miiy reasonably oxpeot that in tho • course of ft fow years overyono will f luivo adopted tho modovn method of \ hatching.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HAPPY MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

THE HAPPY MAN. | Once upon a time there was a Kin? I who fell ill, and as none of his doctors I could curc him he cut off their heads S and sent for more. Two famous doc | tors c.imc at last and put their heads | together (for they were quite deter j mined not to lose them). ( One of them said that the King was [ quite well, so he was hanged imme ! dintely, but the other knew better. [ He told the King that he would soon ! rccovcr if he could sleep one night ! in the shirt of a happy man. Well, messengers were sent all over the country to look for, a happy .man's shirt, but try as, hard as they might they couldn't discover a man who hadn't a single thing to worry him. Even the richest nobles in the land were bothered about their servants, or their ships, or their digestions, or the doings of their eldest sons. At last the messengers, who did not dare to return to the King empty handed, found a ragged beggar man sitting 011 a gate, and he was whist liny: so merrily that the messenger...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOME OBJECTION TO INCUBATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

cnjIE OBJECTION TO INCUBA TORS. I One of tho reasons ' urgod against j tlu> 11s0 °f incubators is that thoy do I not hatch bo largo a peicentago of i chickens ns does a lion. Of courso, I this sometimes happens—it is no uso saying it does not. In many instnncos apparently strong and virilo eggs liavo been placed in an incubator, and, not withstanding tho fact that tho utmost euro and attontion havo boon bostowed upon tho working of tlio machino, very fow chickens, sometimes nono at all havo mndo thoir appearanco, most to tho disgust and pecuniary loss of the oporator. Invariably, in a caso of this doscription, blamo lias been hotrp «1 upon tlio artificial motliod of hatch ing ns a ivliolo, and jio amount of ar guing to tho contrary will ovor causo tlio ownor to change his views in re gard to incubators. Somotimc3, of i courso, it is tho machino, and tho nia I cliino alono, that is to blamo, but | moro often than not it is duo to some S fault in tho manngoment of tho parent f stoc...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHAT MAGGIE KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

WHAT MAGGIE KNEW. 1 School Inspoctor (to tho infant | class): "Now, talking of lions, can a f lion swim?" | "Yos," said Maggio, with a signi-. % Gcant nod of tho head. | "What I Do you say a lion can > swim?" ? "Yes," with repoatod nod. | Tlio infant mistross was appoalod to •? regarding tho instruction imparted to ] tho class. I ".Mnggio," said tho raistroas, "suro | ly yon cannot ho thinking. Do you say f g lion can swim?" \ "Vcs," roplicd Maggio, with porsifl. I tent and insistent nod. .1 Tim Jioad mastor noxt ontorod tho i room, and tho inspector called his at j tcntion to Maggio's 1'opoarted answor. I Head Mastor (to Maggio): "Da you i mean to say a hun can sirimP" j "Yes," said Maggio again. '■ "Did yon ovor boo a lion swim ?"■ j "Yos, a water-lion,'' replied Maggio. | TJ.oji tho inspoctor rcnlisod that lie | bid still something to loam.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHITLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

WHITLOW. Whitlow is a painful inflnmmatorj swelling at tho end of it finger'or thumb. Very often a dirty-looking fluid is discharged, and oventually tie nail falls off. Tho heat, pain, throb bing, and swelling often extend up Ho arm; the surface becomes livid, and later has a: pale, cloudy appearance. There is a danger, under unfavorable conditions, of tho part ulcerating and tho bono becoming diseased and in flammation sotting in tho arm. Treatment.—On the first signs oi whitlow, tho fingor should bo plunged into very hot water in which common salt has been dissolved for a couple of hours. Tho hand must bo put in a sling, so that it can be kept in a raised position. If the whitlow has ad-. vanced too far for this treatment, apply a bread and milk poultioo. If tho inflammation and pniu still remain, a free incision should be made to re lieve the tension; but this should lie done by a surgeon. A whitlow may arise from cutting tho nail to tho quick, a burn, or a bruise; tho introducti...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOR YOUNG FOLKS. THE ELUSIVE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

FOR YOUNG FOLKS. T1IK liLUSlVJn RING. This ia " C(,od B'I'iict for any niitn !)ur of j>l:i.vor«, nnd nil yon rociuiro for it is n !»"« I'ioco of tnpo mid u small rini;. Throml tlu> rin^ on tho tnpo ami limit (1m two ouds togothor. Tho nliniiM l)() sufficiently long bo that, nk>n tli» plnyors Btund round in n • ciitlo, oiwh ono can hold on without Wini; (no closo to his noighbour. Ono ;><-)rstunda iu tho contro of |]jd cii'olo, uiul tho gnmo ifl for liim ; to iiml 0111 w'10 I'"3 tho rinjj. Tho others should keep moving their hnnds along tho (apo continually, sud so pass ■; tlio rin); from otio to another aa quiolt 4 Jy tin possible. - 11 tlio ono in tlio contro thinks a cop 1 ■ t'liii pliiyer lina tlio ring, ho should atop tliu And nRk hira to ''dolivor." If lio has guossod rightly tho two ■ • clt'if'ti" I'lJicoa, but Ishould ho havo uiitdo » mistitko, ho muofc pay a for ' ft.it iwd continuo tho gamo.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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HOW IS YOUR APPETITE? [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

HOW IS YOUR APPETITE? If food is to do us good it must be eaten with a good appetite. This is why we often see people in the best of health who are too poor to indulge in any but the plainest of food and too busy to put in any extra meals. A common cause of indigestion is the habit of eating* when one is not hun gry, and so without the relish provid ed by appetite. When a man is in a state of health the stomach juiccs and the salivary glands are ready for action at the hour when food is usu ally due. The homely saying about the clock inside which tells when it is dinner time is no fancy; it fs founded on physiological truth. The stomach docs know when dinner time comes, it has its apparatus all in readiness to deal with the food, it is eager for work, like any skilled crafts* man. This is appetite, and if we do not feel such readiness for food, we shall do better to go without it. Food taken without relish is a hindrance to the body rather than a nourish ment, and in the case of per...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

•I SUFFERED I'OK 1 i) \ ftS HiOM ! CIIUUMO COXSTH'AT/O.V, IIUID j AUES NEXJG jr.GLA• AM) IJUCULU-I ING Ml-Kr. I '•TO-D^Y i 1-FEL Orn'E WE Lb 13H GF.IT AND < -fii: L< RFCL. ' " I liAvosrff red f'Gtij ohrooic oon-ri pn m artl iCvti'. itrrii1"1 lK-r.;Uchrd M»ri npnr»'.k'i . for }i'in3 : o pi ' uTi'-.H Mrt» Hrocner, .MlonVi l'l.iy, I^'il M«* b"nru'\ Y:<\ "J t!.vii>3 fmuied I uoulrf s-n Wsok'jvj'in front cf aoy oy. f, aod r.iv ficu h.I -vhv> f) #H«Iaw c:l> ur, 1 hew iricd many d ijVfi t k'ur^of rrm :i icc nci IV1-, but. I tot no bcr.t !i frcm niiv ofth-ni. mo Ic^me f or.clueiou tl:»t •ho nmnI;>U \vttfl lbs cons? tj dog ( I the rotPan in my blood, bo I i>ol wlm urn onllid onr3!i{utiona( bu» f K mmitrf ju-t raame or-ti• I wag told of t«;»xo-Tonio PHI*. I yet a bos, and afier v*ku)g t f> tiro*. I uotio>d 1 was no lorgcr onna ipi.t d, therefore I was rot oompdlud lotifco opening diniy «a be/ore. Sine* tsk-.pg Luxe-Conic PilU t b.j?o DBvnr...

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LADIES' CO UMN [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

LADIES' CO.UMN Mdlle. IKdores. iJit* very popular soprano singer, is back once mors in Aufl tiili.'i iiinl Australians are glnd to have her. There ia 110 singer com ing to these BhorCH win) ia mare wel come than Dolort a, tor ana; t from bcr delight'ul art, she is a eimple and eh-rmiiiR wmnn, lull of the d sire to please, and posseting totho full the knack of doing eo. Slie 13 sine of a successful season as her voice is a melodious as ever and her way of singing the old sweet ballads just as fascinating us when she first charmed Melbourne audiences. At present Dolores ia ;t! Sydney, but ihe sister capital will very shortly be visited f>y (he popular songsl. > Fashionable Kussian ladies have gone one further than " patches-' aod a>e painting tiny figures upon Iheir faces and necks. Klephants, trees and geometrical designs ate most favored. This is an idea culled from the patch and powder period, and was introduced to Kussian so ciety l y one <>f their leading a...

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