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KANIS, THE FAITHFUL DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

KANIS, THE FAITHFUL DOG. There oaco lived in Poland a farmor who had a boautiful bulldog, Kanis. The farmor lived with his wifo anu buby in a littlo liouso in tho wood, where there wore many snakes. Ouo summer afternoon the farmor's wifo loft tho child sleeping in tho cradle, and went on tho other side of tho houso. Tho baby was all alone but for tho bulldog, who was taking a nap under tho table. When, eonio tiino after, tho mother camo back, a droad ful sight mot her oyos. Tho cradle was turned upsido down, and tho baby lay on the floor hidden by its bedclothes, and in tho middle of. the room Kanis fought with an enormous snako. The poor woman stood stiff with horror; she couldn't even movo a finger to auvo hor darling baby. The fight wont ou; tho snake tried to choke the dog, and Kanis mado several attempts to bito tho snako's head off. Tho snako managod to bite Kanis on tho neck and back; tho dog was getting weak er, ho lookod around him, and howled quietly. The snako twisted him...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE POULTRY RUN. PERCHES AND PERCHING. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

Tl 1 K i'OULTit Y H UN. ? L'KUCIIKS AM) l'EROllINti. T!it> poultry-keeper should do his ut most iv keep tho l'owl.s l'ree from instil jn'sis, mill oapccinlly from tmeh as hulo in the cracks and crovieea oi' tho roonU jng houses during tho daytime, and liuti thoir way to tho birda during tho nitfht-timo. Thefto night vinitors crcop to tho fowls by way of tho perehou and torturo them by fixing* themselves to tho birda' akins. Tho insects livo upon tho blood of tho fowls, and tho •jr ooiiffcquoiitly loso that high b^'JiJy condition ao osseutial to growth or <>gg production. Many devices luivo lu'i'ii reeortod to to ward off tho at tacks of these blood-sucking- insects, tho ono hero illustrated, and dcaigned by tho. writer, boing ono of thorn. This insect proof pcrch may ho made as follows;—Obtain a button 2in. by ljin. and tho longth required to form tho pct^h, also a strip of 2in. by ljin. the name length-. IJoro }in. holes 1ft apart along tho strip and in its centro....

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HIDE AND SEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

HIDE AND SEEK. j Tom always loved to havo hin big sister Nell play with liim, and tlioy used to lmvo lovuly romps together among tho sheaves of com. Ono dny they woro having a gamo of hido and sook, find it was Tom's turn to hido. Suddenly ho had u splondid idoa; ho u'uuld creep into tho middlo of ono of ;ho shocks of corn. It was rather a tight sqiierao and very hot, but that didn't mutter a scrap; ho was beautifully hidden, and ho know Nell would novor be able to lind him. Ho could hear lior looking everywhere and calling him. Noll went on looking and looking, but Tom was uowhero to bo semi. Sho called and no ono answered lior. At last she began to get quito frightened, and sho went and fetched tho farnior and his men. Tlioy all look ed everywhere, but still thoy could not tind Tom. After a long timo Nell was standing leaning against ono of tho shocks, when suddonly sho heard—a. suoro right in the middle of tho corn I It made hor jump. Thou sho bent down uml looked to soo what it ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW DREAD THAT IS NOT KNEADED. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

THE NEW DREAD THAT IS NOT KNEADED. Progressive housekeepers who wish to eliminate all useless labour and secure tho most nouri:.hing tood aro cooking a now kitul of bread. Thin now broad is prepared without any kneading. Tho now departure iu somothing more Uiun a plan for avoiding tho laborious I ask of kneading tho dough. Tho real reason for it lies in tho re cently-discovered fact that bread which is not kneaded contains less raw starch than when prepared in tho old way. Haw starch is something lo be avoid od, tor it 4s hard to digest and is one of tho fruitful causes of urio acid. Nine-tenths of tho starch in an ordi nary loaf of bread is entirely raw. An intelligent housekeeper ^tumbled upon tho fact that kneading tho bveud dough forces thia starchy matter into tho centre of tho loaf, where it is least affected by tho heat of tho oven. Un less tho outor crust is bakod crisp it remains thero an uncooked, indigest ible mass. LCxamination of many loavos of bread under a microscope ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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FOR YOUNG FOLKS. A NUMBER TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

j.;OK YOUNG- POLKS. — « A NJ'MllICIt THIOIC. Put. down on n shoot of plain paper nil (Jui mimbors frmn ono to sixteen or eighteen and mixed up in any way you lilco. 'I'd I 0110 or moro persona to select any numbor not. aliovo clovon. You tlion commonco tupping llio num bers nnyivlioro, cotmtiuf; ono for each tup, until1 tho tonth timo, when your pencil niuot tap tlio liunro oluvon. As you tap tlio first numbor lot thorn count tlio next higher number in nuni ericul ordor from tlio 0110 tlicy selected, and then count ona moro for ovcry tap you mnko. After you have tajipod eleven, touoli tlio numbors on tlio pnpor down to ono in ordor, and wlion tlio count roaches twonty-ono you will tap the numbor tlioy choso at tho baginn ini;. As many as you wish may chooso numbers art tho saino limo.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMON ILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

COMMON ILLS. If you foci a disagreeaUo prwjiij in the forehead nboro the eyes, tss nected with attacks of dizziness wd loss of appetite, tho causo is siropi; disorder of your stomach. This onlj requires a short hunger euro. If tta pain in tho forehead is voty violent and accompanicd by fever it is a symp* torn of something more severe, and yoa should consult a physician at once, i lasting pain in tho head, without diai ness, fovcr, etc., indicates somethin; wrong in tho lungs. If you havo fre quent pains in the hack of tho kid you should havo your liver examined, thereby preventing perhaps a loti£ ill* ness. A stinging, boring pain indi cates anaemia, while a violent head ache in ona sido of tho head is ft sum .sign of nervous, prostration, which may be remedied by absolute rest for several hours in a quiet dark room. If the pain is located in the top of the head, causing tho feeling as if a heavy weight were placed upon tho vault of tho cranium, wo may safely presuma that excessive...

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

I'ntjlic Nouoi VIMI* A COS BE MX I.I1TE STOCK Ir.anrarjcc <!o»ni!uiy *-»* Piroi'tni'n rtaailfil J. Alcoolt O.t'- (,T. Korvioo Jrt M Oill'jsjiir, Eh (.,(Freehold /Ml A. L, WolU'nhnP, K(.|. (iHfi'orn I'd mid Wottcnhitll). \V. J. S. ISttven, l£?n (iMi'f,prn M'Ln iinii li'Wi). Besidont eieeretary--fiulwj n Kin . FIRE and ACCIDENT K1SB.9 of /VEHV DEKOHI T10N Aocoptod at ljowonti Kitten, Tha Poliuipo oovor r.ll dnmn^o by Bush FIvob. Lightning and \Jns Explosions. Standing Crops and Stacks a ="nr,i;iUy. PorsoEm Aoo unnt nnd Emnloycru' Litt bility, Third Piirty nnd 1'lnto GIbbd, In uddltiou tothn Ordinary RiEk by Firo. Honfl oo lor Victoria — Qaon Bbreot Mnlbonrno A Purely Australian Company tb ron HiiwuLL and J.iisiniai— 000PER BROS., Mftin Street Stowol Notch This Fact OnYooSfiart U^iou E. C.IitcMl's PA I iS mi PAPERS Tb e wilbe do roturn to tbo bad and indifferent oncn. THERE H NO ARGUMENT ABOUT TUIS, For Artistic and Decoratvie There ia » Wide Kanqn r»n d Choices MITCDEIJ/S T...

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

HEART FAILURE. Thero are two articles ivhirh should bo avoided by all sufferers frrm alto lulic faihr. o of tho heart. Theso st« tea and tobacco. Tho number of nu lapses brought about by them nit' -so many, that success is almost *!ospair^d of as long ns they aro used. CV'ifoe is less objectionable, but it may produce flatulency and indigestion. Cocoa "i as a rule, very suitable, but milk and water, with, as a change, a little fresh lomonado, or a inixturo of wat<T and fruit lime juice, meet the question °f drinks best. Vory soon tl.o abstainer from alcohol drinks less fluid of every kind, from fifty to eighty a day under alcohol, ho comes down to thirty or forty, is satisfied v.iili soft water pure and simple, and is lighter and better for tho change. It ^ solutely necessary, in order to ensuro a good recovery from alcoholic a>.thwna of tho heart, for tho sufferer to fit1' plenty of sleep at night. Early to ^ is the last prescription, and in h0,"° senses tho best. To ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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NEW TELEPH ONE RATES, [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

VEW 7ELEPH ONE RATES, alio following ara tha now ratco Top teia phono conversations which aro now in foron from tho Stawoll Poat Oflloo Plooo lot 3 mine,' Adtnl 3 min Ararat 3d 3d Ballarat 1Q 3d lioaufort 8il gj 13rim lu a ls liuanRor 6d (.'anipbc-ll'u britijjo 2d 2d Oathoait t'd 5d Dimuoolu la gj Dooeu lo jjj tC ro.it Woolorn ad 2d Glenoroliy 2d 2d IJornhara r,i nj fJotl Jool , , lo 9d ' 3d Od 1b 4d 6d 5d fid fid 9d 6d Sd +LancInboronKh Iiiibcok Od Melbonriio In lOrt Rlinyip 8d Moyoton (jii Murtoa Gd tNavarro Cd J'impinio ]a Hiipanynp 8d WarrucUuaboal Willaura gj M Wal Wal -M ™ ILanduboroonli, Jool J00| Nm„, Glonoro „ and Groat Waatern, oloeo at p.m. Opening feo, 2a Gd rKovieed on 2nd Jnly J.912.1 J. KilLL/Y, Foetmaalor. Frlutod aatf publish**' lot t»e pr* prlatow bp.fflontire«a BUsUUI, e_S S& offlet of .t'b* "HUWaUP Ktaca'il# Muiaii mm mteastit/*

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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STAWHLL TELEPHONE PIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

STAWHLL TKLEPOONB rillECTOltY tfK—Aitktm, lit V\, ii. <55—Aitine, t) A (And Prfv/Wo Kefs) Ill-Albiun Uotol (W J Karlr) 65—Anderaon, *1 A (find i'rivato Kcp) bod Itt ollioo 8--Anthony, \\ (&nd l'rivato jRofl, Glcn orohy roud 73—Anetrolmnn Tftiliutfa Coy. 17—Hftnlt of Australasia, manager t—Bin no.-, a 11 nnd l'tivi to Kooidonao, */ —O « -"(« >, Cf tf5—i* rltcr W U and I'riv Hob 13—iMi, A H <*nd Prjvftto KoQidonoo, I — liroMlbont l-vtoo & Uo u,,,p| <Mr« } Ub-lltioUlnyoio' Mini Hoto] MIFrsBor 110—Howling Qtucn 118 — Bate, Mif»e 11—Bi»rl£Lri3rop. 45—OnraphiOl, A 0, Pomonal \V' i1" lmri s"" *1 PfivJUoa 90-(yljwi wide, B 0 And Too Koom 8o—Ch»dwieU, Mrs 78-J.nnpoiincl, Hush and Alleu ft'.—Clarke, Ahu'Uh Fi 5l>—Clarke A: Scott f; — OnlEoe l'ulauo (A II HubIi) b7-romniormi IluU.1 (W Donaldson <<—Commonwealth Hotel 18—Oooi'tT Bros 87—Oonrt tlouwe 42-Ut,inston, W S,(nnd Private Rooideno 4d—Grouob, Frodft Komie J G '"&...

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

Directions: Make a parting and rub gently wiih Cuticuru Ointment. Continue until whole scalp lias been gone over. The next morning sham poo '.villi Cuticuru Soap and hot water. Shampoos alone may bo used as often as agreeable, but onco or twice a month is generally suffl. cienl for this special treatment. 0 t'utleura ami ointment hrn eold throughout t'tc world. A liberal "aiiJi'le of eucli.wltli ii'ioXU-tuu tUe euro *ml ueMmvui <>{ Ha* sklntud rem tioit-irce. Address ii, Towns & Of,; Bydncy.N.S. W. CANNOT SA^ TOO MUCH tfOtt IT. :X havo louud Cbiraberjiin'd Oolio and Umrrtoei Itoroedy j.o'be the moet vulneullo rjo(iio!u») I bava eyer qsed,' y/fiteu Mr Arthur D Boeoroft, 407 Mioholoou fJ'rcot, Worth Oarlfcon, Vio. Io fact I oftnnoi oay |-:o maoh io favor of iO as & ouro for oolio, diarrhoea or paiue in the stomach. I have used ik for myBolf and for mombero of tny family and have reoouitnendod ii to doi.ons of frienda 1 Sold by T J Wright Bod Co. pty.Jjtd....

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

' 4'Sl I to R. H. WADSWOHTh Is »!)owinif Very Ghoios Qi(ta of all do oriptloos to »ail oil bayoro. •■ Come and Inspeot before baying elsewhere. . Wondwfu! . Selection AT ALL PKiOES to be obtaineifr»at & H. Wads worth .NURSES,! • of Lan:e Experience ii Recommend ;! ijfip j j f .£3 liCii hi U IU- - .; fj V} W jj ^ca?ryvnu^. h.'.v ^ •»"> 7 t? J? ,-CTv |; fe r:11-wj t-1 HJ-1 i> nevcvraruiascai to their- Patients. M'K; ;■: .• \'i'l !FU'\K Kv-HTINC oi Hi. P,vi< Slr«-.-l. I'.iunnvKk. Y.c., ■' .'l.-.'i..-.v: (i'.'. 12): ClX*!£N7S TONIC LTD. " i a in wril-ig about the aciount o{ good CLEMENTS TONIC li.is done my daugh ter. hi January last year, she was operated iipou for a\j|.ei\{!n:!tis. .'.lie was eijht Wi'f!.- in the hospital, and c.tx.f hojne very weak and n:;, i'.ov.u. I five her several l;ft'!rr oi C:s:.!tnts Tonic. It soon stier.gihsneil her nc : \ rs, sac was as well as I coi'id wish her before! Son?;. Fouriein years ago 1 !ir-t u:. fhij nctl-circ as a nurse ...

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

PERSONAL. Mr R. l'\ Tontchor an 1 Mr J.J. Carlisle am mentioned «tt liUi>ly MinistO" inl candidates for Mr Hutchinson's Font on (ho Uaihvayn Standing (JuiiiiiiiUC". Mr Adrian Aldnuflt, L.L.I?., solicitor, of Stawell, win) for some months prior to ihe death of the lute F. II. Eeli'S, conducted that geiiilc m.'n's k'g»l biiBiut'SH at Ararat, lias determined to cunt in his lot wi;h Ararat, and rcaidu I hero and prnctico his profession.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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LADES' COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

UHtS' COLUn/iM GO'S.', m .kvs >r- in r. volt against the new g nvtiJ, as thi'ne threaten to spnil en"-'- I . (,Ho willowy, grac-tul Jigarc em'tin ■ that lias I ttely been f-isliionabl *. The very newest "cre Btlrms" are. in facf. designed for corsot'.css U.'.cos. They -approach to ol Maly (•> h ' cylindrical in sliap • as to b' "lino'-t devoid of curves. Such wn\s! as is permitted 'o remain ia Tory la-vte, tm-1 plumed hiyh up undr.r th"? Arm;. V > assist the H"ii-H'al »pp»araiir.- i't Bhapelcssness piddins is rntrodnc-al \Vihth the waist used to b:_\ in '.be manner shown in early FteuVe: ' 'a c ires it was a world wide v •giie at that time, and bids fair, slit" the authorities, to be equally p 'pu'- ir aanin. The Ilt-jo ness an-l unusual he'ght of the tvw want is s .id io be partly attributed to the cupula-ity of the >\ido crushed gtrdl? ■ II 'c now so common. Touse viaiiry lit'tequilted bootees need-d for baby ean bo easily mud* at home from scraps of satin or eat-en. o...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS. Crisp Clips from our Contemporaries. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

NtWS OF OUR NEICHBQHS. Crisp Clips trom our Contempor aries. Moro than nil ordinary nhare of misfortune seems to have befallen the 10 months old son of Mr and F. Bray, of Elmore. Whllo visiting Uochester with hia mother during the week, ho full from ft couch, and a toy train, with which he was playing caused deep gash, four inehos Ion;;, on hia templo and right chuck. Tho wound wan stitched by Dr Lease, and the little chap was conveyed home, where another ucci dent of a moro serious nature b-fel him. Unknown to his mother he waa playing in the kitchen, where she was cooking, And, with a cry of " Water, mamma !" be plunged both hands into a dish containing boiling w.iter, which had just been strained from vegetables. De Wilson found it necessarvto administer anaesthetic. He is now toddling about, his face swathed ih bandages, and both arms iu a sling. Thn oppoition oflered to the pro posal to have a booth for thn sale of idtholie liquors at the Horsham Hospital carnival in March next...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

Pcblia Notico Clearing1 Sale of Millinery MISS 13YKM ib iffi'rinR iho balonoo o.' ber bummor at priooB tar be low coat. Tnmmed Ii«ts from 4a lid. TJntrimroed Htti from If, Children's Bats and Bonnets from 1b lln, Children's Ohiffon Yells 9d, Straw Pl.i.t* (id each. SaBheB, Orerap, White find Co ored, -'a lid, 3a 6d, Aud Ba 111. F-owor* Gi. 1M »ud 1p, Millinery L aeons—15 for 7a Gd, Single Lobbodb le, ^ddceao—<<Uillviow,M Wimmera St. L LE DERM AN LEADING Ladles Hair Dresser AND Hair Worker, - 307 STtmT ST ASST. BA LiLA KAT (established 1889) t?^rml nn yoir Combing* or EUded Ha Switches and Poat Direct to ns. PUOUHT ATTENTION. M"DERATEOBARGEB ALL WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED Lederman'd ll'a'trnicd ('atnloijaa nod Prioo List posted frco to any nddreaa Is Tour Hair Getting Gray Then cpq Lotiorman s Transformation Hair Wash Clean and Safe. Post froo 68. Fn'l Diri-ctiona for Uami? in oaob Box Ion 040 Cft aHvIoo fre* by Poet if Yoar Hair or Yonr So*lp or Yonr Complexion Is ...

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

TWO DOSES GIYEB KKLIKF. 1 1 aui eabjcot to bowl troubles wliioli o«is(j"|jain aud inoonvpnionoo,' writca Mr Alfred Wane, 183 Aaburn lid., Auburn Vid. Hat two dos?n of Obamborliiiu'ii CJolio, and Diarrhoea Uomcdy Rivo immediate reliti. I am pleased t j know ilml ilicro io suoli a oafo and ' ocri iin remedy ae Ciismbsrlain'ii Oolio and Diarrhoea Romody and always Iteep a bottla bandy.' Sold by T J Wright & Oo Prop Ltd,, and G P jJIng, ohemlit. 1 Tboioalonaly of Ra|larijt lo uoKKOtfud as » roaion (ot the poor satrieB rooeivod tor Ibi (Wltomins &,$ btqd eculsttt.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE CABINET. Ministers Re-Elected. Substantial Majorites. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

THE CABINET. Ministers Ro-Elected. Substantial i'.hijontieB. The throe of the Watt Ministry who submitted thmnselves for ro-nlocticin ui Tluiifidiiy lmvn alt bmin rc-e!eolod, n.icli with usuberan tiid majority. Th«. re urned Mininters were: — Thi- I'rumier, Mr \V. A. Watt, (Eg Hcmlnti) ; Attn.ifv-Uuncral, MrD. Miiciiiiinnn (I'ridir.m) ; and Mr W. llinchinBon, Miuiah rol Agriculture, (B irniiK). Under-montionod ur« the results of the jiolling :— ESSI3ND0N. Watt 6,188 lUine 4,761 Majority—1,422 1'liA.HHAN. Mnckinnon... ... 3,036 Webber 2,800 Majority—836 130 HUNG, Hutchinson ... 2,1)52 M'llae ...• ... 1,731 Majority—1,221

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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OBITUARY. Mr G. H. Chivorton [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

OBITUARY. Mr G. H. Uhivortou The town has lost nil old and re spect del rcflicl"in in Mr G. 11. Chiver lou, ol Miiin-htrei't, who pafsed" away at tli- Stawell Hospital in t|,e osvly hours of Friday mornintr. Tha cause cf (left'h was typhoid lover Tlic Into Mr Cliiyoiton had not bean in tho l)na' of health lor Borne tinio past, hii; had only l.ocn actually con. linnd to his bed for about' three wcekH, He was l(i years of firc, and was a native of Bidlarat. Over 20 y.'ars atfo he enine to Stawel], where ho has resided t v. r since, and where most of big family havn been bom, Deccriscd was well-knowiijin sportiuff ciiclcF, and puss-SHed a lino uthlotio record, having taken a keen interest in cricket, football and lishing. Mr Chiverton, who had been a member of the K'awcill Cricket Club since iia inception, played several crimen in the o,u lier part of Ihc present season, and was showing good form with tbo bat. As a footballer he was one of the beat ruck men iti the Wim mera, and was a ...

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Wedding Rings. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

Wedding Rings, 11 io custom of wearing- wedding rings appears to have orison among tho Romans. Before the celebration of their nuptials there was a mooting of friends at the house of tho lady'o father to settle articles of tl»o marriage contract, when it was agreed that the dowry should bo paid down on the wed ding day or soon sifter. On this occa sion there was commonly a feast, at the conclusion of which the man gave to the woman, as a pledge, a ring, which sho put on tho fourth finger of her left hnud, hecauso it was believed that a nerve reached thenco to the heart, and a day was thou named for tho marriage.

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