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CURED HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 4 April 1914

CURED HIM. "Yes,'' said tho man in the mackin tosh, lighting another cigar, "it was ono of tho most romarkablo eases I ovor knew. Rheumatism twenty-fivo years—both shoulders—had to bo fed like a little child. Arms had hung helpless ovor sinco I know him—no use in them whatever." / "And ho was oured without modH cine?" asked the man who had hi9 feet on tho table. "Yes." "Or liniments?" enquired tho man with tho slouch hat. "Or liniments." "And he recovered tho use of his arms in ono moment?" observed tho man with tho goggles on. "Yos." "I'vo hoard of such things,", re marked tho man in'the Inverness. "It was in circumstances of strong mental excitement, wasn't it?" "Yes." "I thought so. He was induced to believe ho could be cured if only he mado tho effort, wasn't ho?" "I suppose so. Something or other of that nature." "Then thero's nothing strange about it. The history of medical practice is full of such cases. It was only an in stance of what they call faith cure." "No." said tho m...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOT A SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 4 April 1914

NOT A SECRETARY. Sam had worked on tho farm for nine year, and until his master took to poultry-farming .he was quite satisfied with life. But this poultry business was a bit too much. He had to take the eggs as they were laid and write the date on them with an indelible pencil. And worse than that, he had also to write on tho oggs the breed of the hon that laid them. So one day ho marched up to tho farmer. "I'm a:bout fed up,'.' said he, "and I'm going to leave." Tho farmer was astounded. "Surely, Sam," said ho, "you're not going to leave mo aftor all tlieso years ?'' "Yes, but I am," rotortod Sam. "I've dono ovory kind of rotten job on this here farm, hut I'd rather starve than go on being secretary to your old hens I"

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(ALL RIGHTS E[?].) COMPLETE STORY. THE RUBY RING. I [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 4 April 1914

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) COMPLETE STORY. THE RUBY RING. By E. EVERETT-GREEN. Author of "The House of Silence," "The Evolution of Sara," "A Gordon Highlander," "In Fair Granada," "After Worcester," &c. "That's rather a swagger ring you've got, Leighton. Never saw it before." The man addressed looked down at the flashing gem upon his hand, and slipped it from his finger. "I'm awfully curious about the   whole affair," he said. "I saw that ring a week ago in a case at Chet- wynd's. Look at it well. Look inside   the gold band. Do you see it is engrav- ed with the sign of the Zodiac? Look at the ruby itself. Do you see that there is some cutting upon its face?" "Yes; it is cut almost like a human     eye, and there's a tiny diamond for the pupil. Gad, how it flashes when you get the light full upon it! A remark- ably fine ruby, too, I should say. What are you specially curious about?" "It's so exactly like a ring my fath- er desc...

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 — 7 April 1914

I t'U UL1C NOTICE R WKOuPeR&CO DFSIKK ko notify tho Vublio of Stiwoll and Surrounding Diatticta thai they have oommonccd bujiut-ea aa lifiiwul Storekeepers j i'KODUOK AND WOOD 1 ! MERCHANTS ' -AT RAILWaY PRODUCE STP3E WAKEHAM STREET. Fail Stocks Kept All orders promptly exeoated atjliowoat Current Pfioea Highest Pnoo given for All Farm Prtdaoa Trial Solidified* Phooa No 129 ftotcli This Pact- ! When you Start Using E. C.Mitchell's. AIM iS AND PAPERS l'be wilbe no return to the bad Bod iadtCf&reut onea, TITERS IS NO ARGUMENT ABOUT THIS. For Artistic and Decoratvie WALLPAPERS There ia a Wide UonRa and Ohoiae) MITCHELL'S The Latest 1914 Patterns to hand. Fresh DesignB and Patterns oontinuallj arriving Customers o bavo their papers trimmod by tlieest (rimming machine. Declarative Painting of every kind andsr taken. From Painting Stable Walls to ha Artistio Finishing of the Interior Drawing-rooms. Satisfaction anil Perfection Guaranteed i COLORS LAST AFTER BLENDING. WiDdo...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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NEW TELEPHONE RATES [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

NEW TELEPHONE RATES The follo'viotj ero thn new rntoa for fcclo nhone conversations which are now in force from tbo Stawell Post Olfioo placQ Isf- 3 mine, Adtnl 3 min \rara* M 3d Battar Itc&aforfi Brim i?npnuor Rridge Huthca- f OimhocU Dooeri +(rrent Western Olencrchy Horf-hnm f Joel Joel •lanp >L»ndpborouKh Luheck Melbourne Minyip Moy»ton (trjrtoR tNftvnrre j'impinio Kupunyiip Wnrrncku&beal Willanrs V\'al \V»1 fLanrtobcronKh, 4d B<i le 10d 8d 6.1 0d 6(1 la 8d 3d .1 oo 6d 9d 9d M 2d 6d 3d fld 3d fld In 4d 6d 5d 9d fd 3d JohI Glunoreby aoa Great Weuteru, close ab p.m. Opening lee, 2s (id [Revised on 2ud July 11)12.] A. BDHBOWS, Fommasior Prirtsd and pobW'thed by W. A. Wilson fnt tlio proprietor, W. J. Hurvay. tt the »QU'e ol the "Stawoll News and Pleasant i'Hib Ubrcnlolsi" Maia-ctreel, StawelJ,

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STAWELL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

SI'AWHLL 'riLEPnoNE DIRECTORY 7B~Pr>.o'or mul Frenclnm 88 ~ Aulun, in* M , J-*. I?—Ahioe, 0 A. (an.< PriWo Kee) 65 - " bioi Mj-A (W .1 l?« 55 —AuJiTsnn. ,) A (ID.I t'rivMu Use) nml Hl.lli.-n ' ! ti -AiHliuuy, W (untl rnvate Hut?, GUn orchy read | 8 Tailiuca Coy. 7 — Uauk of A tiaUalasin, raioftijt.r — V>\ ne-, A li and Priva to UisidoDOO. I -t< • » .0 (-.1—13 rlcer W C find Priv Kea i:< —A' i.l »m i'.jv-iij UyBideaoc. 1 -li .M i j • ir L»roj Jt i 3-tt < I . » . M . oi H u-A (\\ti .) ] irt—1<iv-t'»' \nn i U j:el -J F. MO — l'«ow l.tiK Green 118 - U Ue, I\» I'rt 11—Barker Bros, ! 4i" —C A 0«, Pomonu' M—.Cwu-r, W. 11. iuuI fson <£] Priv Refl 90 —Oh idv. ick, B C end Ten Room 85 —Ch.uluick, Wrs 78 —CIh pound, Hush ami Allon 52-Ciin kc» Angus LI 5G—C!;uke & Scott 8 — CoiTori IVilacc (A 11 liuob) ti7- Commercial Hot.nl (W DjtniJaOu 77—Commonwealth Hotel — Cooper-Bros o7-Coin t Uouse 4*2— Cianston, SV S.(aod Pr...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

I SWEARS BY IT. 'My 1 !t,V ^randohild Ollva wsb QtUok- ' erl with bronchitis and oothing I tried did her any tfoort,' say* Mis E HedilbD, 180 TaBman Street, Newtown, N Z,f 'Hav ing DOfti Oliumbot lain'.* Ooagh Romedv fuivortiepa as h«inR moot offaotivo in tbo irontmciit of bronchitis I thought I would try i'. I did i.'o find it Rayo hor immoilit-to rehol fromfcthu iireb dose, Now I ewcor by (Jb&mbsrlaiti'fl (Joasth Remedy.' Sold by T .J WriRht and Co., Prop, Jjtd, and 8 P Kiny, cbemiet, Made in Australia. Have just landed from the Looms Ladies and Children's Vest, Hkirls and Combines, All wove Hose. Gents Pants, Singlets and Combines. Gents All-wool Half-Hose. Boys' Singlets and Combines. Eagley Underwear Is made in Australia from Pure Natural Woo', with long Staple, giving durability, elasticity and" comfort in the superlative degree. It is thoroughly shrunk, and if w.isheil according 10 instructions, the ear* ments will be found to be full tize when worn ou'. The prices ar...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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The Stawell News AND Pleasant Creek Chronicle TUESDAY, APRIL, 7, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

3Ihe -Stao/eU iletD9 ~ AND faitck iSiivoutde TUESDAY, APRIL, 7, 1911. The deliberation^- of the State Min isters gathered at Parliament House stress the remark made by Sir Ar thur Stanley, in oj-ening the Con ference, that, -vhilat to utter high soundinc political generalisations is easy, to deal in statesmanlike way with de'ail if? difficult. All thought ful people agree that Australia shonld be peopled by settlers of the right class, that the State debts might be 80 handled as to greatly rednoe the sum paid in interest, that a uni form railway guage would simplify effective defence, and that there should be no waste of money through competition between two sets of Savings Banks both owned by the taxpayer. But tho moment any one nf the i.-iBues mentioned is tackled in business-like fashion, a number of divergent views a<o warmly cham pioned. At every turn State Minis ters, and Commonwealth Ministers who are in consultation with them, find themselves face to face with the...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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OUR FRUIT INDUSTRY. Pomona Export Figures. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

OUR FRUIT INDUSTRY. Pomona Export Figures, TIjo overseas export of Pomona I'mii is now falling off, us the season is drawing to a close. The follow ing tublu sliows the number of cases i xporleil far tlio weekending Sat urday, 1th inst :— Apples Pears Germany... ... 772 106 London ... ... 575 — Liverpool ... ... 500 — Glasgow 100 — Totals 19*17 10G

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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SPORTING NEWS Cricket. GOOD FRIDAY MATCH. STAWELL V. WARRACKNABEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

SPORTING mm tncKet. GOOD FRIDAY MATOII. | SI'A WELL V. WAKUACKNABEAL, I On Good Friday morning, oommenomR it 10 o'o'ook, S:uwp1I Aggooian'on will piny * m%ioh ogtiaet Wtirrttcka&boal, tbo venao bring (he Oonlrrvl Park. W'arrftcknubeal promise 10 bring a ehoog oombin&ktoo, and there is tiulo doa^l thai an uitarceiiDR g*mo will result The team to represont tho Slawoll aeao oiatiou wilt i-o eo!poig(1 from tho follow ing Thomas, Harrow, DuMok (2), Nsilaon, (Joopfr, Clarke, Campbell, McLo&n, S.riveoor, Wbitly, Oakley, Spearr, Gjaooy, MoNiven and I'ayno,

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

i DESPEtt TE SUOOTING ' Paina in tho (Uiewt nquiru j.rompt troiU | meat. Udo D* tiheldan'ri Now Discovery i for Gonpho nnd OnMe. Ii givao immed' I ato relief. Price, l i (3d and 3j. Obtaic I ftblo evorywhoro.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Tennis. EASTER TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

Teums. EASTER TOUKNAMENT. Tho following entries bavo boon reoeivad for the forthcoming Kftstor Tennis Tourna ment to be held q- the Victoria fatk courts oq Friday aud Saturday next : — Cbampionabip Sioglos. (Jhtdwiok, Bart Tomliaeoo, Joseph Ncveit, A H Yaofiban, 0 1? Mason, C F Bite, (J Spalding, J S Col'iti--, a A Nuylor, A G J MUobeil, Stuart ConB'ftblp, D Boot*, L J Soott, B G Golbin, A Pinkermoyor, H Moore, V UdWaOD, H vOftt8B, j&B ObampiooKbip Doablee, J Dilkin and VV Fitzgerald (Great Wes tern. A H Nevaifc and 0 T Vaaghan (Won dooreu) 8 K Mitchell and J M'Lay (Stawell Presbyterian Club) W Jaokson and B T Tilley (Dimboola) J 8 Spalding aud A A Celling (Sanati on) A G J Niylor and L J Soott (Minyip and Mortoa) H WF White and K J Roeaiter (Mio y*p) A Cronob and 0 Frenobam (8tawell and Dimboola) J Tooilioaon and H Fox (Stawell Club) 0 F Slaaon and R Fox D GoofcUOle and J Urqahatt R Taylor and ] A Tbargood (Ararat Clab) V Mooro and J Ptoken (St Andrews, Ararat) Rev Sayden a...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

PERSONA!.. The inaniagd o( Mr W. K. Anyon, youngoHt son o[ ihu la I o Mr John Anyon and Mrs Anyon, (if Wilieham ■Mri-c, Siawoll, i<) Miss II. White, yi>uni»i-RT d.niRh or (if ihelnte Me and Mis White, oi Canadian, Bn11ar.it,' is arranged to laid: placu at the end of the piescnl monli). Dr !<!, J. Stuold'y, who lcc'nred at the Congregational Church luat I nigln, npent. tno afternoon at lli" (iramtiiana with the Uov Milne. Dr Stucltey wan very much impressed wi li tho mountain scenery, particu larly with the sighta in and uround Wonderland. '! h» murriiign of Mr .Ino Thomson, of SMwell, to Miss Clarion WilloiiKh by, only daughtn of Mr and Mrs J. Willoughhy, will talcn plucc at thu residence of tho bride's pirentu, "Airlic," Bennett-street, Stawell, at 2.30 this (Tiiffiilay) af'einoon.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. STAWELL V. ARARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

HtUH SCHOOL BPOBTS. STAWELL V. ABAR&T. The Stiwell High Bohool ciiolut, tennis and basKetbull reprieootutlveB travelled to Ararat on Saturday to play tno Ararat High Bobool teams. Tbo results are as follows : — UniCKET. The oriokot tustoh was a game well north witneseiog, for tbe Stiwell boys wore put on their mettle by their laBt defeat. The visitors won the toes, and clooted to b»t. R Btbby and L Simpson commenced the inuiugB and toon gave tlio Ararat l&da home leather hooting. By good orioliet tbey pat on 100 runs before they were separated, the former making 58 and the latter 43. When 119 rune bad been reached for the Iosb of only two wioketB Btawell doolared their inoiaca olosed. The Ararat boys made B3, tbe )t-ct wioket falling a few mio □tea before time, >nd the visitors ecored a good viotory by d wtokete and 36 rnns, The Ararat girld provided the players with afternoon tea, aod the boys enter tained the viiitors at tbelr homos. As oaob school his won a mat...

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 — 7 April 1914

RKCOMMISNDB TLIEM TO HIH (.U->TO UEUS. 4For Borae time I Buffered with tion caused by disordered Iivf.r and Btomaob pays Mr G W Harvry, Oypsnm Strcol. IUilway Town, Broken Hill, N.B.W, 'The only thing that gavo mo r. liuf was (Iham borlftio'd Tahleia and I coneidor them an* eqaal far disorder-sof the liver and e otnaoh. I sicck them in my shop and recommended th*m t> all my oneiomora ; in fnob 1 oan oot optak too highly cf Ghambctlaio'a Tnbloip.' 8oid Dy TJ Wright nod Co, Prop L'ci, and G P King, cbcmiet. can be prevented by keeping the body well nourished with SCOTT'S Emulsion. Anyone who is susceptible to chills, coughs, colds — or who suf fers from weakness, wasting and poor health — cannot do better than take a course of SCOTT'S Emulsion now, and in this way gain the health and strength that re sist and overcome weakness and disease. You will avoid worry and save time and money, by insisting on genuine with the fishman trade mark on the package. Music Notice &s T. ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Iron Quoits. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

Iron Quoits. Tho iron quoit tonroumeni for tho Witn rnara ohatDpionship, pliyod on tho Btnwoll Glob'o Rronnd oa Baturday laoK wbo V7atcbed by n nambnr o£ enthaai&&t-» 'ibo day's events \v?ro mndo notabb by tho defeut of l3, DoUn, tho bolder of tho obam pionabip foe many yearn. Tho econng was an fclowa:—Fimt Round—R Brown bout C Matthew^ 31-27 ; I' T Youutf beat 1' Mo*noy, fll-M; il lislfin boat) M 1'loVohor, ;Jl-24. ilyeB—G Moore. K Gurroll, Ii Carrol, W Poison, S M'Innoo beoond Konml—K Carrol boat \V Poleou, 31-14 ; P Dolnti bout K lirown, 31 15 ; (J Mooro boiL IS Onol, 31-18; \* T You%' liuat M'tonca ol-'S/. Third Kuuud - JI CWrol b»-Bv P DoUo, 31—IV 5 P T "2onnf» bent G Mocnr, yl~27. The final ?ari)D, bctvrcon 1' T Youutf and Jx Onrro], wan commanccri, but; had to bo postponed awinu to Uie li|»ht failing. The ecorea v/hui p'ay oe.iacd wcru — Vomu,', M ; Carrol, ?. "JL'hio njMuh will bo iQ-iitni'd m O.-iS a.m. ou looter Mondny. The iinn\ for \AwI>ony,lQB t*rc\7t...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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PAINFUL ACCIDENT. Struck by Rearing Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

PAINFUL ACCIDENT Struck by Roaring Horao. A yung man named TIiomimi I) iviet-, who is employed l>y Mr G, Breli nit, blacksmith, of Patrick St., had ii narrow escupo from a serious accident lit ubnut 10:>0 a.m. ou Saturday. Davies whs clenching up ii hi'd shoe of a Highly iMcehou'e belong ing to Mr 0. McClounan, whin the animal plunged foiwaiil, knocking him down. It appears that litfore the younn fellow could escape from his dangerous position, tho horse loarcd ou its hind lc^s, mid when reaching tilt? ground with its front lt:i-t, si ruck him on tho face, canning ;> nasty cut about an inch long, just below the left eye. The sufferer, who w;ib rondered unconscious, was placed in Mr W. II. Mitcholl's hug(>y and driven to his homo in Skene s'reet. Dr Fox attended to the injured young man unci inserted tlnee stitches in the wound. Davies is now progressing as well «8 can b" expected unilor tho circumstances. His escape from a fractutod skull must be considered p.iovitlentia...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

L»ik»n IStcn LARKA SALESMEN Land, Flnancc end Commission Agents, J. A, LARKAV {Auctioneer). Sworn Valuer under tho Transfer of Lands Stmu lo. Auction Sa*'? 1 in any Part of the . Loans Effected ci* Lr.vest Rates. Large Sums naiu Available DUTRIOL' AUK NTS FOR — AtHirftiiiin Matujl P<-civM*<ar Society. CacAtoc (or tbo Ki-ni d ot UeoeAaed PereoDp. Norwich Union Fire OQioo, Ordinary &od Hay Stack KUke. ViotorU Ineac^QOf Company. BalUrat Banking Comu-uv The Trustees Exocatora and A^noy Ooy Lti (the Oldest and L-Uki-n' i cadt«o Com pany in »he OommonwenK'O Fortesoae aod Boca I.X.L. Poiaon CM Grown Beparators TUe Aaa r&laei&n Mercantile Land fttid Finance U^tnpaoy Ltd. (Woi-1 *nd Groin) Dennvs Lteo^Hea L'a (llotor D^part mtcO Mapica Nofci o Miss Lillie Lemin L T.C L Miss Nellie Lemin LT.CL (Cci t ficd Teachers Triri y College of Maaic, London) Pianoforte, Organ, Harmony Etc. Tuition resumed Toesiny 2<iib Jacnarv 1914. Kipderc^rteo C...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

% STAKn-S 8HOULT)ER TO BHQTJIPEE WITH YOUR WAftTS. BUILD VEHICLES THAT WILL PLEASE YOIJ. fT bfto boon ao'cno wlodcjort Cor ovnr ^ yoaca by all who liavo viesud onr Fuotory Qnrl Show Roomo that whon ftn artiolo 0 aauaaal morift or oub oi tho - lunry run is wnntod, Ih'j pUQQ to procure \\ ia aft SUIRREFF BROS Bbonld WbOft Vehicle tor bnainoaa n-jo, or ap Abbot ng#y for oaoo and oomforft, wo 02m aapply it. THE QUALITY IS RIGHT! THE PRIGE REASONABLE! AIJB THE DESICEJ PLRFEGT TnVKHY llranch of tlia BunlnoM lit'lnR oarwrlntondod by cm, of the ^.rtnoro In anffinicnt) rwu'vi.Ioo that tho N>w Uanaan)iiui> W maiiitnlH till RspaUtlon liola by tho E ictti foe tho LA.XT .'OP.TY YEA.KS f.., FmrV'MJLASS WORii una I'lU'ZE TAKEI!S»t ol! tho .Show*. TYBR8 OUT, &«:, MODERATE KAl'^3. ' Buggies and OUor Vc)iiclo3 built to ordor. tfi'v.ohi ftopairod, Ka-paiafcod and .So-trimmed. 'ajEEscBaet^BOE^ ^moss., prhjm rKii, coaci-i factoby' Establiohod 1859.] CORNER OK WIMMERA & SO ALLAN STS...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1914

Notice? AS the 'NEWS" OFFICE will be closed on good friday, there will be NO iseue ot thia journal od SATURDAY NEXT. All week end advdrlisemeata ehoQld therefore be lodged TO-MORKOW (Wednesday) for insertion in Tbaredty'a 1B3Q0. - w. j. harvey, Proprietor.

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