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The Stawell News —AND— Pleasant Creek Chronicle SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

-Qltu ^tamell Kleins AND g^leasaat (SHroufole SATURDAY, MARCH ->H, mu, UztiiUES'j < of 8;awell oro promieod a treat for Wednesday nex', when a ^raml ooooirt io aid ot tbo Cstholw bozu.^r will bo held in tbo Town Utill, A raoa ot trocl vo programme boo boon prepared, und thoae reopouaible for tbo arrangements liayo left no Gtune untamed to ensure uuc ooqd, Tiukeio uro 2a ill Is, snd Eoa'.o msy bo reserved by piyment of (i i txtrn, '] j;e frighteutd whimper of a child, ap parently proceeding tram tbo top of & verandah fronting eorae tbopa in Uueen street, Melbourne, nllrnotod tho uitentiju of p&niier<-by tbo otlior evening,and gUnc i 'g up tl'ey oiw a baby ui'I aeoled pori oiilj on tbe extremo ed(,'o of tbo clopinii oof with her feet to tha epoutiotf. Ilur tiodly flwarmiuji up a vucandat: post, a D)au succeeded /o gcUiflfi n ilrcu bold of the obild, and haodod boi- (,'ontly down Vi willing bonds bolow. Tim little mil" inDdi! a iiatholio figaro ...

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 — 28 March 1914

IMPORTANf TO LADIES Ladioj will kindly nolo that Ibo day of the m-Lt vioic of Mro D, M, Clifford, UaporiLUndont of iho Natura Health t'o, Melbourne, to Stawoll fa buing altered to Wednesday, 15th April, wbon eh" may bo ! oceii at the Town llnll llotoi from 10 a m 1 to 7.30 p m, find tint fnluro vi>iiB will take place on tha third WaJueadoy of every moMh inatcad of third Tuoaday. Specially noto tho chants io-rtay to avoid disappoint* moot. Mro Clifford will bo pleased to ad viao Jadics not enjoying tfood bealth or wba mf>y npporonf lv be deniod tho blotting of I motherhood, how tho wotufcrfui Naiur* i homo treatment, which bao ri-otorod tboaB ando of women and girla to porfeor health, I can bo!p them. No ohar^o whatovor io ! randa for ooaeoHationa or advJoo. Moan wbilo uend poaiago for frco Uualih Uoido on tha ntibjocl to J-)ept A.If Na&ura Oorvltb Co iO Kiizibcth Htrcef, /lloJfcoarne, Dig1 HilJ L'oiiiml Gold Mining1 Vompany. TENDEKB. rinENDIiRS Bro lavitod/or 100 cotdo...

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

THEY SAY. That we are going to have some wetness at list. About time, too— 'twill give the water cart a rest from its arduous labors. That wandering cows are getting a worse nuisance every day. The fact that the cow ia u vegetarian puts one at a disadvantage by precluding the use of poisoned muat. That it's just '.wo weeks to Easter. The flag poles are going up already. That the recent incident ou toe train has provided us with some "copy". 'Tiaan ill wiud, etc. That the editor has to look twice at himself in the glass nowadays, to see if he ia really all the things that "Justice" tias assured him he reso nblos. [N.B. Tlio glass is standing the ordeal as well as can be expected'!. Ttiat there lias beon a deal of speculation as to tljo identity of the young tuan wlio asked the lady'd permission to lcis* hor at tbu g.ite. bo we know r l!ct your life, but we're not goiuy t) tell" all iliu same. Tout vro uro to buvo a orjnotsrt iu tli° I Town Hall on Wednesday uiybl. A rocord 2acoeoa h ...

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

INDIGESTION. Can it be Banished. How, om ii ? Muafcja woman go on suf fering from beadaohon, billioaanesB, fl*tu lenor, paina after eating, languor, or any of tbo other diMtresBingaymptoma that arise irom faulty act:.ou of the otoraaob or tbe liver? Maat men bo made less fib for work, leaa ablo to keep paco witb their oomptlitorp, beoauao indigestion is flapping Iheir ontrgieB, and clogging tbeir minds? Eavo moo and women to so on enduring tboso things without bopo of rooovery ? ABsorodly not I Moat oicea of aoato indication are tbo rcsalb of negleoi or of indi£ft»ronoe. People get into a foolish -.habit of tbinkiog that Ibey will be baiter on the morrow, or in a week or two, and ao tba complaint golB bold and (ho Bofferer goea from bad to worse. Food ought to give ap its life-BOitaining elomenta for ovecy nerve and muso'o in your body ; it ought to roplemeb the rich, rod Htroam of blood flowing through yoar veins, and help yon to think, to sot, and to work with tbo vim of the healt...

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

PERSONAL. Mr 0. I'\ Masott has joined tho local branch ol rlit: Union Bank from the liobnit brunch to inky ovor tho dutiofl of toller, The engagement ni announced ot Miss l\oir> Martclli Kyitie, younuosi daughter of Mr and Mrs I.). Yoilt SyuiL-, " 1'our Moni." IJahvyn and nii'CK of Sir (icorge Hcicl, and Mi' Janus Murray, of Stuwull, third Bun of Mr und Mrs Jninos Murray, of Ainbank, Ayiwhite, Scotland. Tho marriage will lie celebrated in Octo ber. Mr Goo. L),ins, who has boen in charge ofjtbe goods shed at ihe local railway stati iu, ban received notice of his transfer to 81u>pparton. Mr. Dans luavcb tSUwell about Wednes day next. Mr Adrian Akhurot, h(o of Stawoll, is to be married to-day to Miss Leila Lbytl, of Culac.

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

CLENORCHY RACiS. On Wodnonday next tho publin of StasvoM and en<roun<iin{» dmtricl will bn n£fordod an opportunity of witneanuirt ono of tho moat popular ruoo nuotiu^a in tho aietriot. Kverylbinq in beintf dono by Iho genial «ooro»ary, Mr Tom Turvuy and bin udofT of oUiooro, for tho convooionco of patrouo nnd horse-owners, Judging by Uio enrioa tho fi ilda ahool.1 bo Ur^o and of a high order. Tho following \3 o. com plotoliui of tho h -rU' D uuri their baudioapfl TRIAL UANDIOAP-6 fatlongd. IJoy CaGoy . * .. ..00 Woroomv ... .. .. 0.0 XIalf iJoliday .. ... ... B.8 Hill Bridt;u .. ... ... 8.0 Fiory Bob .* ... ... 7,6 BD.B ... .♦ ... 7 8 lleprimand ... ... .. 7.0 Sootier ... *. ... 8.7 C.LKNOUUHY UANDIOAP-1 mil* Vfilwiuk ... ... 9.13 L*dy Warriok ., ... 0.10 Ftomo Parli ... .. . 8.8 Zingl .. ... •• 7.ID BtHnpor ... •• . 7.10 Hoy Uaeey .. • < ... 7.4 Dc Jack .. ... ... 7 8 Harmony .. •• 7.2 Modeit 51ald .. •• •• 6.18 Hoot'.er .. .. •• 6.10 FLYING HANDICA...

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

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. Star of Fellowship Lodge. The monthly meeting of the Slot of Fellowship Rebekah Lodge was held iu the Lodgo room, ou Tues day evoniug last, Siatn G. Hun', (N.G.) presiding ovur n good a'ton dmcti of members. Corr 'spondence of a roJtine nature was dirnlt with. Sick pay to the amount of £3 was passod for pay tn<mr. The quarterly reports wure read and showed that the Lodge was in a good financial position. One new member was initiated and received a hnarty welcome as a Sis'or of the Lodge. At the conclusion of the business N.G. Si:iter Hunt had arranged a Novel Guessing Competition. Sistar Boag was declared the winner, and received a trophy from the N.G. !

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 — 28 March 1914

ECZEMA AND SKIN IRRITATION Ever bavo any irritation of the pkin* There arc canny forme of it. Piles, obaii n&U to oarc. Eczema, jae^ a* bad, and jost aa bard to care. Bak Doan^a Ointment does it, ourea every IrritQtiog akin troublo. No irritation of tho akin oan realBb ita healing, aoothtOR iuflacnoe; Every reader of this artiolo anfforp, or baa Battered with tormenting bktn irritation, and it may ro~ toco at any time. Doan'e Ointment will Ooroin overy oaae. Mr John Bbntttowoltb, jnr, near hospital, BUweU WcBt, saye:—,lI have bad Ecz.'roa oo my bead and tody for years. Daring warm weather I eofferod moat, for I oonld no* sleep on account of the terrible irrita tion, in faot, I felt I could almoat t^ar my eelf to pieces. I oonaulfod "dootore, bull their treatment wno ineffeoinal, Then I need numbeta of romediea for Eczema, bub with uo t-uocea?. Onoday 1 pot a pot of Do&u'q Ointment aod it eaaed tho irritation ftlmodt immoJiataly. I oereovored with tho ttcaimonti and w...

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

Ti,A.C.B.S. The usuul fortnightly meeiing of the above was held on Thursday evening before a large a'tendanoe of members, and presided over by Bro M. J, Dalton. Correspondence was received from tbe District Bjard, showing the sound position of the society gen erally. Two new members wore initiated and welcomed by tbo president and brethren. The item on the syllabus for the evening was an Irish Night, in con junction with the ladieB bTancb. A really enjoyable time was spent, Tho president Mr D*lton, kindly lent his Rondophone, rendering several line records of Irish inuBic. Songs were rendered by Brus Tope, Trea csy, Kennedy, Mullen, and Mibs Work, and a recitation by Bro Kan ( nedy. The item for tbe next nighfc is l Eudtire.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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HEADS HERALD NATIONALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

HEADS HERALD NATIONALITY. A man may bo known by his tongue, but to tho student of humanity tko sliapo of tho head is indietativo of his race. Barely does it happen that both sides of tho faco and head nro of equal proportions. Tho loft sido of the head is nearly always larger than tho right, due, it is said, to tho greater exorcise of tlio right hand. Scientists havo never very lucidly oxplained tho reason why the nearer a race to tho Equator tho rounder tho sliapo of tho head becomes. A negro would at onco bo known, apart from | his color, by his bullet head. A French man's hoad is much rounder than an j Englishman's, whilst "Square-head" is a term Often applied to Germans, tho ! latter being very rounded, with tho ex ception of the back, which is decidedly square. Tho average Scotchman's head in clines to prominonco at tho forohoad and narrows at tho temples. Irish heads aro vory much lilco thoso of Scotchmen, | but not so narrow.

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 — 28 March 1914

Littknn licos LARKAM mm SALESMEN Land, Flnancc and Commission Agents. i/. A LARKAV (Auctioneer), Swoin Valuer under tho Transfer of Lands Statute. Auction Sal"" nnn^nn,«.\ inainy Patt Ot tho District. Loans Effected at Lowest Rates. Large Sums n nu Available M3TRIUT AGENTS l-'OK— Atntr&lUn Mates) Providoat Sooiety. ('acAtoc tar ttiQ Ksut^a of Dooeaaed ; Persona. Nocwiob Uaioo Fito Oflioo, Ordiaary and , H»v SiaoU Riake. i Vioioru Inaaranoo Comply. BalUrat Banking Company Tba Trustees Bseontora and Coy Lti (tba OLdeat aod Largest rrqetee Com - . ptoy iu *ho Commonwealth). Furteccaa aod Sons I.X.L. Poison Cart Orowu beparatore The Australian Mero&ntUe L%nd and Finaoca Unmptof LM, (\Vo«;l *od Grain) Dennva Latfoeiies L a (Motor Depart ment} Mneici Noti o Miss Lillie Lemiti l.T.C.L Miss Nellie Lemin U.T.CL (Certified Teachers Tn'rn'-y C'll'ge ot Music, London) Pianoforte, Organ, Harmony Etc. Tuition resumed Tuesday 28ih January 1914. £mderg*ttexi Oiaaa resume Saturday, 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 — 28 March 1914

THIS PLACE STANDS 8HOrr,T)ER TO SHOUT "PER WITH YQXJR V*AJNTS. WE BUILD VEHICLEg THAT WILL PL,£ "sE YOU, rip hnn boon nofcnowl'!<i!!0(i tor ovnr yo«n by all who havo viuitod onr Factory and Show Rooms that whon on ortiolo o I nnnsaal moeit or out of tho . inaiy taa is wanted, tho villus to prooaro it ia at SHIBItEFF BROS. Bhonld it bo a Vohiolo for baoiaoaa aao, or an Abbot n^y lor oaao and comfort, wo can otipply it. THE QUALITY IS RIGHT I THE PRICE fctfiSiliJABLF.! AiiD THE BESICH PERFEOT Evi?rV Tirnnch ot'Uio frulnoM boln^ eopcrintomloi by ov.o of tho l'nrtnora 1« nulBoionti Ruarantoo that) tho Now Maninflmott w tho Koputatlon hold by tho Firm for tl.o LAST FORTY YEARS for PIRST-CLA38 WORK and'PRIZE TAKERS at all iho 8hov/a. TYERS OUT, &0„ M VRRY MODERATE RATUS, Buggies tind (.'Hier Vehicles built to order. "Wohioloa Bapairo^,, So-paintod and.&o-trimmod, gSlSaiFF BBOS,, PRBMIEE COACH FACTORY' EBlobllahod 1859.] CORNER op WIMMERA & SGALLAN Sts., ...

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 — 28 March 1914

The Pleasant Creek News and Stawell Chronicle Company Proprietary blunted rK~^HE above Proprietary, la anaoanciag J. tbe diepoail of vhe " Htaweli, News" 13 MR Vf J, HARVEY, deeire (o tender oinoerc tbanka to tbo resident* of BtaW6ll and BQrronndiuK district for geotroas dD(. part riaMog mapy yeara pnet, and hope thai a oootiouanoe wiil ba extended to Ibo dsw proprietor, FLEETWOOD SMITH, Manager The Pleasant Creek News and Stawell Chronicle Coy Prop Ltd OWING to the Proprietary of tbo ''Stawell News" baying diepie^i of tbe buoiooia, it la requested that all aoooaote owing to the Company bo selt'od ai aa early a u%to ad poaaibl<3. To hciliato payment, tho Company bap appointed Mr J ij. Trow 00 local agent, and his Bitfuaturo on receipts will bo n aoffio:en5 riifohafgfl. II ia r qasatsd (b&t all acooauts okudsJ tho Coropaoy be rendered forthwith f> Mr Trew ut hia ofiio*, Vialori>» Plaoe FLEETWOOD SMITH, M&atgsr

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

JgEBEAVEMENT NOTICE MRS J U THOIILINSON ana iW&lILY desire to retaro their Btooerc thaoke to tbeic m&oy kind friends fop letters, telegram?, cari3 and floral tribntia daring itaeir rcoent sad bireive meot. Ditliogton Road.

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

FACTS AND FANCIES ? Wedding Superstitions, 1 ho bride who dreams of fairies on the night before her wedding will be very happy. The bridegroom who carries a mini ature horsehoe in his pocket will al ways be lucky. Never give a telegram to a bride or bridegroom on the way to church. It is a sure omen of evil. The finding of a spider on the wed ding gown by the bride is considered a token of prosperity for the future.

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

THE CUTTER BRAND. The other day a bootblack was puf fing away at the end of a cigar when a gentleman, thinking to have a little fun at the boy's expense, asked him if he always smoked cigars. "Oh, yes, sir, pretty often," answered the boy. "What brand do you generally smoke?" asked the gentleman. "Robinson Crusoe, sir," replied the boy. The gentleman pondered a while. "I never heard of that brand," he said. "It's a name I've given 'em my self," announced the boy. "You .iee, guv-nor, old Crusoe was a cast away." Evon failure is only a relativo tarm. That which tko world calls failure may liavo Bomo bottor Jin in o ijn another plonat.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DON'TS FOR THIN WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

DON'TS FOR THIN WOMEN. Don't walk to oxcess; a short walk will bo beneficial, but long walks are flosli-roducing. Don't wear black; black has a tendency to make anyone look slender. Light clothes nro the most becoming. Don't strive for long iraisted effects; tlio longer you make yoursolf look, tlio thinner you will op pear. Don't wear stripos; checks, plaids, and horizontal effects arc bet ter for thin women. They should strivo for becoming, deceiving effects if thoy study art in dressing at nil. Don't stay up late at night; get at least nine hours good sleep. A woman needs | mora sleep than a ■ man, and nothing keeps her in good condition like lots of sleep. Don't forget that a well rounded figure makes you look young ( or, and is considered a mark of beauty. Starchy foods, massage, modorato exercise, rest and sleep should produce this.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROLONG PIANO'S LIFE BY REGULAR TUNING. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

1 PROLONG PIANO'S LIFE BY | REGULAR TUNING. Whilo ft piano is an instrument with ready-made tonus, all who are familiar with i's tonal possibilities and its mechanism know that to keep its torn a piano must bo per fectly lut'cd. T',e nioro frequently and moro perfectly a new piano i« tuned, llio loss lilcely it is to get *' out of time " lator. A. piano may be said to 1>« like a human being. Tho foundation of I good health is Rood habits formed | early in and g°"d health is the I secret (if long life. If a piano foiins I good habitH from tho otitser, particu larly the habit of regular tuning, (lis instrument will enjoy good j health, and piano health means long jjfo to the piano. As a piano is I primarily a musical instrument, everyone should have » tuoerul piano or none at all. | The necessity of early attention Id tbe tuning of a piano arises from ' the fact that tho piano wiros do not sat until they bavn experienced a I certain amount of usage. If i.hu strings or wiros of a ne...

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

SMART IN CREPE DE CHENE. For wear under a costumo this would be very smart in white crepe do chene, or it colour to match costume. The long sleevo is graceful, and is made with pointed cuff and doop laco frill. The opening is at the left sido in front, and tho front is prettily trimmed with four rows of pin-tucks and crystal or enamel buttons. Tho collar is narrow round .the back. You'll need 2yds. of 40 inch satin.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE TRAN INCIDENT. Mr Burdeu Explains. "No Reflection Intended." "Justice" Becomes Abusiye. And is Appropriately dealt With [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914

THE IRA N INCIDENT. Mr Burdeu Explains. " No Reflection Intended." " Justice" Becomes Abnsiyo. And is Appropriately dealt With In connection with *tbo much discussed incident on the train from the Ararat Chari'y Carnival Mr Burden writes us fnrtho'r under:— 9 To tho Editor, Sir,—It was not my intention tD write fnrthor in the matter of the in. cident in the O.iniival special train but it would seem to be necessary in the light of developments. First let me say that the comments ot mv paragraph in question were not in any way meaut to be a reflection on tho Editor ; nor indeed ou the " News," ; and further, I d0 no( consider that theru was any warrant in uo assuming. It will bo reuionj. bcrud that tho column oontainino 'ho incorrect and resented report was headed "They Say." if jj,js doesn't suggest, that a current rumour is given publication I am at a los3 to know what it means. I inferred that the originator of Hje tumour, if he were not an inteiested party, was in some way concern...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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