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Tennis. STAWELL DEFEATS COMBINED TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

Tenuis. BTAWELL DKFli.Vi'3 COMBINED TE \M. On Silurday Inst, on (ho homo courts, Stawoll Btiooduued in defeating a oom bmcd toam (rum Ararat uud Great Wee tern. Tbo match protfocJ nii)s6 enjoyablu, aud providoci aomo uloao taaolop, titiwell ! evenitu>ly winning by tbo narrow m&rgia j of thcuo g-»n»o. Afturaooti t,:a w.is p/o vidod by I bo lady momberb of tbo Suwelj tui.m. yoorcu ; — A S. J Ut)kio and W X^lilpatrick bo.it < ,'OfHlablu aud (Jbadwiok ..10 7 J I'burgood and U II<*\Vt>un loot 13 Ujvjub.ufc and barob 0 10 II 13 Webb aud 11 Taylor boat MiiobulUnd M'ljiy 10 fl U Dullciti ond A1 Wiiiutovo Jost 13 Oonetablu and (Jhadwiok .. 2 10 J D.ilUin find W Kilyunok loat to Urqnharfc and Limb .. ... y 10 J Tbnryood and 11 Hovvaon Iott to Mitobulland M'Liy ... ,, 8 10 U I'j Wobb and li Taylor boat Vurcot* and Muiion 10 4 U bi'V/ubh r.na U Tuyjur beat Oouulublu and (Jbadwiott .. 10 G m Wiogrovu aud H D&lkin lost to Urtjubart and Lamb 1 Q W Kilnat...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PYRENESS ASSOCIATION NAVARRE V CROWLANDS [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

VYRENEE6 ASSOCIATION NAVARRE V IIKOWLANDS The last matob 10 connection w.tb th. tvbovfl As-ooiftiion was clayed by fieao olobs at Novarru on bttsrriay; Marob 21*t Both team? wore poorly represented owing lo tbe fao- that the result of tbo matob had no bearing on the ootnpeti too, Navarre holding loo big a lead ti bo dtprivad of premier honors. However, a very oloau and et-pyablo gaino was the result, N-kva< ro winning umidat flome lit-lo excitement by the narrow m'-priiy of (> rouB. The fol lowing are tbo aacjroF; Crowlandd U Wilkinson, b 0 ... ,, 49 E Shields, 0 (*nd b R •< 'Leap . 12 ,T Williams, 0 and b It .Nl'Ltau ... 7 B Price, b ii Lang .. ..23 R Moore, b K M'Lean ., 0 jE Price, b f< Laug ... ... ... 8 N Prioi», b J Brown .. • • 7 M Grath, uot oat .. .. .. 11 W Boatrain, b U ui'Lovn ... .. 3 Sundries .. ... ... 8 ToUl 128 Navarre. R M'Lean, b U Price *» ... 11 C liiug, o and b WilkioeoD ... C J Brown, b Mooro ... •« ... 55 h Lang b Prioe ......

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STAWELL ASSOCIATION V. JOEL JOEL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

STAWELL ASSOCIATION V. .JOEL JOEL. At tho OomrM Park fin SrUnrdas afcruoou taamo rc-preeoti ir-fijool .Jjel'anl the Buwi'll Assoainiion uj<<», timw.'ll win ning xftcr t\ tfood tininh ncmiHt bimi. Dvit'iiq ill- ourfy pat togoth&r 98 by very LmIiouh cricks, iho b* Union bo« lug no cuatiuu-j tM >t t.bou1 two nnd a half hourn worn bpent in compiling ibn total D Furiuh (2G), M'L*iol>lw (24), aari-G Poller (17) mndo ino bulk of the ruon. Left wuh an fir.ur ami a half to catob their opponpntp, Btnwoll opound thoir inning# .vjth Neiliou and M'Loan, at.rl tho p;iir hit will until Firiflh Kot a t-trnitfhfc ono past, M'Jaonu'd iieft iio-i, (jam| br.II fallowed Rr,d ho find Neileon noou brought Si-»wcil within striking dirMi.os of tlio opposition. Nono cf the other btvisroen, oxcopi O^kl y (20) were much help • t the aull of time, 01 & w f; 11 litid lost 8 wickets for 105, tbUB winning by 7 ruuu an.l 2 wiokit*. Howling i (or Joel Joel F-uifch put up t...

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 — 31 March 1914

dr siiEijDotrB umiiSTivii tab UIjES, Pftvo the way to SnccorQ By RivinR yoa a good (Horn nob A. a Oboorlal Diopooitlon. Tbey digosb what yoa eat. ObtaloBGlo Qtotyvrharo.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTERESTING TO MOTORISTS [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

INTERESTING TO MOTORISTS, Leslie R. Cartie, for whom Mr S I. Silberberg appeared, was charged before Mr i'. 15. Williams, P.M., at Hamilton last week, under section L'J of the Motor Car Act, with driving a motor car with a numb»r nitach-d other than that allotted by the Chief Commissioner oi Police. Constable Harrington, who pro6ecutea, gave evidence that (he defendant called at the police Elation on January 2Gth to register a new car. Ha had trie number A2 attached to it. Witness asked where he got the number aid he replied (hat Mr Officer had giviin it to him. Witness further ask;d how long he hud been using the cir, and he said about a weelc. To Mr Silberberg, the witness said he knew defendant could have driven the cat to the station without a number, lmt would not admit that tho use of an othpi person's number would be of greater assistance in identifying a car in case of accident than having no number on. The act said that every par should Jjeur the number allotted to it by th...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT NEWS Hall's Gap. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

DISTRICT NEWS Hall's Gap. (1'rom oar own Correppon JcntV Monday, asu.'ceeefal oxcbre tournament wan hold | »t tho loo»l ha'l ou Satnrdny evening last, when an eojoyablo time wsb spent. Alius C D'Altoc, of Morninnsido, won the Hdies prizf, and Mr G, Folkss tiie fientleiuon's priz*, Xbo wo'ther is Btill Ifoepin/: very dry and the season has been the moal ur'id for twenty years. llpavy thunder olouils con tinually pass over, bat without, tho expeoird down pour. The po'an orops will bo light in oooscqacnoa. bat valuei are on the up Rrade, so lint nood prices tnjy compensate RrowerB for the lightness of yieids, I Matters are steadly progreBsiDfj in oon nootion with tho proposed tolepbono lioe, and the election of polos, etc, should bo aorameocel very shortly. Tho ooLt-iotors on the Dairy Cicek t-aok bate oomm.iioed operations,'and when the road is coniphted motor oars will bo able to ran ap as far nV-iilver Band F.illj.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOY CYCLIST INJURED [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

BOY CYCLIST INJURED j •»A lad named Kevin Cooke, a eon of Mr W. 6. Cook», of Antwerp, was riding a bicycle, and when stopping put out hifl hand towards a tree to check himself. Unfortunately ha had adjudged thopaceat which lie was travelling, and the impact of his hand with the tree broke hiB left arm.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Salt Creek. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

Salt Creek, (From Oar Correspond*} t) Monday, Tho annual mooting of tho SiU Creek State School onmmictee way hold • Uut week, when tho election of officers resulted *s (ollowaCbairm&n, A. Daoo, aenr. ; secretary, Mr J. Breb&ut; correspondent, Mr J. Dunn. Oomroibtoo — Messrs A. Dnno neur., J. Brobutr, J, Dunn, T. Fox, \V. l)ann, It. Kowe aud L. (Jlnrk*. The committee has deoided to makQ eora«* neQflBBiry improvement to the school, viz : —a olock and a pardon. They aleo intend to form a working ben for tho parpos« of feooing iu tho pardon aod subaoiliog aamc. Harvest oporatioua 'arouud iliia district aro tlnlshod, and thu majority of tho farmi 13 ato piouuhiuj or work'n^ up tbuir fallow. tiotue, however, have already atnrted to bow 1'ieir sued for Ibo noit seaoon'a barveat. K&io is badly wanted in tho district, as thore is nut maab feed for q^ooh at proosot, aufl dams aro almost dry. Tho orchards around here aro hearing jjood cropa. Oar sobool ia to bu made a f...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FALL FROM BUILDING [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

FALL FROM BUILDING A carpenter named Arthur Harvey> residing at Minyip, received Berious injuries while pulling down a house , at Nullan. Ho mieeed his footing,' falling a distance of about 15 fer-t. I In falling he struck the sharp Corner ' of a safe, with the rfeul( that four. ribs were badly broken.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Joel Joel Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

Joel Joal (From cur Corrocpondout), Thuraday. I Harvest operations arc over for the neaeon and the majority ol tho farmera aro ploUL'hiog or working their fallow for next oettBon'o crop. Two ioohea of rain ia badly wanted as tho ground is in a bard condition to work, and nnloBB wo get a fair rainfall shortly winter feed will bu very Boarce. Ia many iuet*no(a farmers aro hand-foeding their otooli wliioli on taila a lot of labour. Tlicro has been nonaidorablo tronble in nottinpr truok.'i tophiti the grain on Uio now Crowlandi ko Navarro lino, but it in ploaii ing to nolo thai tracks aro now Doming in mote troely, and it is ttulioipited that in iwo or three week" the whole of the grain otuokod &l Ilia ?arioue stations on !he iiuo will bo uhifted. 'the railway authorities expeot to haul over 100,000 bans for this saieoD. Competition baa been fairly ttocn among tho wheat bayora. l'rioeo in the onrly part of the aeaaon wora low compared to present ptioea, and aome thousands of big...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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PITIABLE INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

[PITIABLE INCIDENT. A settler from near Tutye (says 1119 Donald "Mail") brought the bedy of bis child, twe weelca old, 10 Murrayville for burial, but was in formed by the cemfitery truetees that be would have to pay £2 17s Gi be fore a site would be allowed him. Being a poor man ami unable to pay this oharge, and unwilling to have his child buried as a pauper, he look j the corpse back to bury it on bis allotment of mallee land. (

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE IRAN INCIDENT. "Justice" Shirks Disclosing His Identity. And Cries "Enough." [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

THE IRAN INCIDENT* j " Justice " Shirks Disclosing His Identity. I And Unes " Enough. " Tliete is a tim-< honored saw which asserts Hint cliacrotion ia the hotter part of valm; mid our con temporary's correspondent "JuBtice," has a> laBt recognised it. Dttiteii at all points, his maminatical eriors and ungeiiileni wily p-raonaliti»>s Riven public prnininenco, he, in nporting pirl.tnoe. h.tn thrown up llin sponge. 'Tig wi'll to know when one is vanquished. Fiiend "Justicc,'' vvc do not wish to be unduly severe upon an oppon ent—even an abusively personal one —who lias hoisted the Hag of truce and cried "enough"; but, out of pure kindliness of heart we would like to profer you the following list of "Dont's" for future rolorence;— (1). Don't submit corresp3ndeiice to n newspaper mini you make sure ihut your phrasing and grammar will utand analysis by your oppon ent. (2), Don't interfere when two other persona are quite able to eon duct a controversy without you. i 'Tib...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOTOR ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

MOTOR ACCIDENT. Mj Blabey, of Kyneton, wliilut motoring through to Donald, had a narrow escupe from a very serious accident after passing St. ArnauJ North, Something went wrong with the works and na a resnlt two of the wheels skidded in the Ban I for about 20 yards, when the car col lided with a fence. Foriunately, (be occupants of the car eeoaped injury, but it wasnecesssry to return to Si:. Arnaud to arrange for repairs to the car. An examination disolosed thet tliQ trouble was dun to the breaking of portion of the steering arm. This had been broken in a previons mis bap and had not been sufficiently strengthened. The -damage to the oar was not extensive, Mr Btnkely continued his journey to Donald per goods train.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDDING. Bibby—Supple [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

WKDDJNG. Bibby—Supple A very pretty wedding was calibrated in Navarre Chnrch of England on Wednesday, March :25lh, t,h* eon'mating parties being Mr Joseph liibbv, youngest eon of the latf Mr Thomas llibhy, of Navarre, and Caroline, svcqncl daughter of Mr John .Supple, also of Navarre. The bride, who was very neatly gov.ii'-d, looked charming, and was attended by h>-r sis'er (Miss Clara Supple) and Mr Thomas Bibby, junr., actn.l us groomsman. The cremnny wan performed by the R»v Mr Espeison, of Landaborough. Thti ceremony ov^r, guea's to the number of about 100, adjourned to thf residence of the bride's parents, where a most sumptuous wedding breakfast had been prepared, and to which, needless to say, ample justice was done. After the customary toasts bad been duly uotiored, the company spent a happy afternoon in well wishitlg,' and as evening ap proached, the elder folks returned to their homes, while the younger members remained to pass a happy evenins in dancing. The guests wer...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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FARMER ACCIDENTIA SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

FARMER ACCIDENTIA SHOT. | Whil" Sydney H. Richmond, farmer, 48, was gottin« through a fence at ICoroit last Wednesday morning the gun he was using to eboot rabbilfl with went nil', tbo charRe lo sing in his face and bond, »t)d killing hiui. He leaves a widow and six children. A finding of acci dental deaih wasretum-d ut the in quest.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

Larlcan Hroa Extensiue and Unteserved Sale of Farmers' Horses. AT ' St. Helen's Hams. 10 M.lea fiora Horsham, 7 Miles from Lubeck, 1 mile from 'L\w lor a L*ko FRIDAY APRIL 3,1914 At I o*» took shirp 22 Draught M'trrg ami GsMingF, aiJ cn>Mnioed sunnoh *u< 1 t^od work.TB 3 3-yeat-oU Ccl'.s and Fillies 3 2-year- Ii Colts ;»od Fiihua H Yearlicgg •I Light Horsea 4 Draught Foals YOUNG KROS, under in^trnotjnna from MeaarH Ltu.^l"}' iiro?, will cff-j for Rale, an above, mid evorv horse &ub mititd to aao'ieu will be solii to :ho bifch-.efi ttRKfflTIK; SALESMEN Land, Finance and Commission Agents, J. A. LARKAN {Auotioneer)% Sworn Valuer under the Transfer of Lands Statute. Auction SbI^s Conducted iniaoy Part ot the Disirict , Loans Effected at Lowest Rates. Large Sums noiu Available DHT1UUT AUENl'-S FOR Australian Matnal prevent Society. Uor&tor for tno E-r<*t 3 of Deosased Pwsone. Norwtoh Union F.rv Office, Ordinary aud Hav Stack Rista. Victoria Znsar...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

THIS PLACE STA3STX>B SHOr^TJER TO SHOULDER WITH YOUR AftTS. WE BUILD VEHICLES THAT WILL PL^sE YOU. it has boon aoltnowlodgod tor ov.ir yoara by nil who Imvo viaitod our Faotory and Show Booma that whon nn artiolo o nnuaaal morit oc oat of tho• mary ran la wantod, tho plaoo to prooaro it in at BHIRREFF BROS. Shonld it bo B fobiolo for baoinoaa nao, or an Abbot n^y for oaao ana oomfort, wo oan supply it. THE QUALITY IS RIGHT ! THE PRICE REASONABLE I AND THE DESIGN PFRFEGT 1DAKKU8 ac all tho Shows. TIERS COT, &0., *t ViSHiC-JcQl>KttA.T!2 RATK&. Buggies and n&or Vohiclea built to order. Vohtoloa Bopairoi, Bo-paiatod andlEo-trimmod. ... ... •'ejg PREMIER COACH FACTORY' EBlabUabod 1859.] CORNER OF "WIMM15RA & SOALLAN STS., STAWELL. [Established 18!(). HORSES OAREFOLLY AND SKILFULLY SHOD BY EXPERIENCED WORKMEN. N BbiPp'r.K B3\ TO. naLT \ 0 R D 1) B U T 8 0 IT K R L L 0 Y X> IMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL 8TH AHBRB. UIRKCT KTEAMEItB to ENOLAN Ind tbe CONTINENT...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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GRAND CONCERT. Town Hall To-morrow Night [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

GR'ND COMC RT. Town Hall To-morrow Night K-sidents of Stawell aro promised a treat for to-morrow evening, when a grand oouuer\ in ai»l of the forth coming Catholic bazr.ir, will be hold in the Town Mail. From a cursory glance at the pro gramme, it would appear that noth ing is lacking to make the entettainmont a record success, as tb-r** is not a second-rate j>er former on the long list. A special attraction is announced in 'he shape of a display of living statuary. In vitnv of tho demand for Feats and the limited capacity of the Town Hail, intending patrons would do well to book in advancc. Xbe following io the programme Overture, Miea Kv-hloen Martin, A.L.C. M. Solo, ' A Bandl's Life' vir .1 C Sin ol'-iir. Living Statuary. * N»ida' the Blind Girl of Pompeii, Solo, 4 Thnro'a a Land' lira Beonr>n. So'o, * Tho Bine Dragoons' Mr A M'Niven. Sola, ' The Korry Da"00' 1 'Miea Neabitt, Living Statuary, ' Tho 1 Crowning of Art. Oomio dnet, I • Two \V*«h Women Difon^itig Poll- | tics',...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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The Stawell News AND Pleasant Creek Chronicle TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

"<slie ^taiutii ileus ^ and ipuasaut (simaule TUESDAY, MARCH :;1, i:Hi. To day is ihe last clay upon winch ibis journal will be published und-r the management of tbe present pro prietary. tbe I-leasant Creole News and I-i'.awell Chronicle Company, Proprietary, Limited, tbe business having been disposed of to Mr W. J. Ha'vcy. who will take possession from in-morrow. For close upon half a century ( W years to be exact) this journal has been in the one family, having be-n established in 1808 by the late Mr N. W. Swan, but now, as there ie not a represen Uti< si of tbe family remaining in the town, the business wao disposed of. Many and lasting changes occur in the avenue of time marked by dti years, and in S'awell thes* changes have been considerable. But a newspaper's duties consist of record ing these changes as they occur and the records contained in £lio p;tges of a town's newspaper are, after a I, the only de'ailed his ory of the doings of that town and its p...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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A FREAK OF NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1914

A FREAK OF NATURE. A curious frolic of nature was ex hibited at Willauru during last week. Mr 15. Prt'ssy owns a cattle . bitch, whioh saw birth to a litter of eipht imps, and an inspection of ttio Utter revealed the fact that on» of the litter possessed only tlneo legs—one in front and two hind oim—while its head was turned tbo wrong way around, tho nose pointing along flic jink' animals baok. Tile pup di4J shortly aftor being born.

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