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DISTRICT SHOW FIXURES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914
DISTRICT SHOW FIXURES. Naiimnk. Itiih or I7tli Sept. Kupuuyup 18th Sept. Ilortfhi.w, Oatobor X and 2. Minvip, Uotobor 0. Nliill, Ootobor 7. WurraoimaboRl, Ootober 9. Ueulab, October 13. Dimboola, Oolob/r l£. Ilopotoun, October 10. Stiwill, 8opt 15 tin;! 10 Jcpin:, Ootobor -'0, Murloa. October 21. Kaiubow, Qotobor 'J3.
EASTERTIDE Stawell's Carnival Week Commences To-Day List of Attractions TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914
EASTERTIDE Stawoll's Carnival Week Uommencos To-Day List of Attractions TO-DAY. I Stawell's annual gala week will commence ti>-dav with the sound of gunshots on ihi> show ground, which is (he venue of tin- Gun Club's starling niiil pigeon shoot. The big event will he the np n starling han dicap of £^0, while pigoon and starling aweepsttik-s will occupy the remainder of the day. Shooting will commence at 10 a.m. sharp A mart was mado with tlio work of decorating the atu ein yesterday and by this morning Main otreei will be an avenue of Mags and vari - ous bunting. A fact tlmt has been commented on is that the 1014 decorations extern) further up the thoroughfare, instead of of being confined to a feiv blocks at the lower end, as was the ease in previ ous years.
GOOD FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914
GOOD FRIDAY On Goat! Friday, tho open pi«eoa match will take p[uce, and £100 has been set aside as rewards for the most successtul marksmen. A wood chop and quoit match also figure on the proerdtntne. First-class entries tmvo been received for all t!i» events, nud ih« Gun Club ia an Ueipatini; a most enjoyable meet ing. Special church services will be held. At 11 a.m. a united divine service will be held at 'lie Meihotlist Ohurch. The llsv. H 0 Matthew, M.A., will bn the preacher. Good Friday ia the day on which the annual cricket match is played between Stawell and Warraoknabeal. The name, which will be played on the Central Park, will commence at 10 a.m. Both sides will be strongiy represented, and a keen strugcle should result. The Siawell team ■will be selected from : —Thomas, Burrows, Duraek (-), Neilson, Cooper, Clark, CanipDell, M'Lean, Whitty, Oakley, Scrivener, Spears, M'Niven and Payne. Another attraction lor thia day will be a tennis tournament, orga nised by the Stawell ...
LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914
LAND SALES. Messrs Mitchell Bros a^d White, auctioneers and agents, Stawell, in vito tenders, returnable until Tues day, '14th inet, for the purcnase of a splendid farm property of 668 acres and improvements at Green's Creek. The property, which waB formerly part of the famous New lands Estate, is being offered under instructsons from Mr William Dalgleish. On Friday, 17th inst, Messrs Young Bros, auctioneers, will conduct an important clearing sale of horses, cattle, sheep, farming plant and, householil furniture, under instruc tions (ram Mr T. H. Graham, of Bupanynp, who hris leased his form, and inteiids to sell without reserve.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914
Lirktn Hroa LARKAN BROS SALESMEN Land, Finance and Commission A gen ts, Jm A. LfiRKAiV (Auotioneer)t Sworn Valuer under tho Transfer of Lands Statute. Auction Sales Ooniinoipii in BDy Fart of the District . Loans Effected at Lowest RateLarge Sums nuw Available DISTRICT AOENX'S FOR Aastrati&n Mataal Provident Society, Owrator lor tbo E?ut?a of Deoeassd PtifffODfr. Norwich Union Firo Offioe, Ordinary and Hay Slack Biskg. Victoria. lotmranoc Compmy. Ballarat Banking, Company The Trustees Executors and Agenoy Coy Ltd ithD Oldest and Larc.-si } rnstee Com pany in the Commonwealth). Fortesone and Sons I.X.L. Poison Cart Crown Separators Tbe Aaairalasiao Meroantile Land and Finance Company Lid. (Wovil and Grain* Dennys Lieoelleo Ltu (Motor Depart mtnO neica Noti e Miss Lillie Lemin LT.C.L Miss Nellie Lemin L.T.C L (Certrfied Teaobera Trinity Cullega of Music, London) Pianoforte, Organ, Harmonv Etc. jgTailion resumed Tuesday 23th January ' Kindergarten Class resume Saturday, J»nuary...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914
A 1 N&lt;I?> a i: stands smqtjjltder to! WITH YOU a WAJNTS. ! WE BUILD VEHICLES THAT WILL PLEASE YOtJ. , ' unknowloilROii lot ovor yoara by all who havu vioitcd oar Factory and Show JRoomo that whon an artiolo 0 f 1 nijaal morit or out of tho • inary ran is \rontod, the plaoo 4o prouuro it ia at 8HIHREFI" BEOS. Should it bo » i to-lo lot bnoinoas 030, os (in Abbot ng«y (oc caoo arid comfort, \vo Oftn Bupply it. - | THE QUALITY IS RIGHT ! THE PRICE REASONABLE I AND THE DESIGN PERFECT. Bv.mv llranob ot tho Buslnm boln^ irtoovintondcdby ono of tho Pftrtnoro 1b BaffiQiBnt>ett*r&ateothrvttUb^ewfl4toVk£fcTr.«s.t Vrrmint>'-ln tho Uoputiuioii hold \v; tho Firm for tho IiAST FORTY VJ3&K3 for FIRST-CLASS WOUK find PRIZJ3 TiiKUBS n6 »!' Sho.vs. TVEKS OOr, S.O., as VE?',Y MODERATE RATii'S, Baggier wvi V'h'jr VvUich-j built to ordar. YoMolaa Sopaicod, Ba«paiato4 aadlEo-tiisaiaed, 5V&5. "JPIiEiV; 1 Kli COACH FACTO JBY11 ualabliahod 1859.] CORNER Olf WIMJfU...
SPORTING. CricKet. HIGH SCHOOLS CHAMPIONSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914
SPORTING. CricKet. HIGH SCHOOLS CHAMPIONSHIP Tha deoidioc cricket match between tha Ararat ana SUwoll High Schools for the ohampiooabip* 3f tha present eoaaoo was played at St well yesterday, when the Ararat boye p*id a retarn visn to tho local lads. Ab o»oh teaoo had won ono matob yatterday'a meeting was full of interest t) to the playerB aod thoir supporters; The BtawoU omUia won the trse, nod decided lo bat. Tau.looal taatn pot np the re spectable leore of 89. Ararat wero dis posed of for 32 io their Grab loninga aod ihey followed on. In their aeoond inning? they made 49, leaving SUwell viators by an innibei aod 8 rune, Afternoon tea was provided by tha girlo of the Stawell High Bohool, and the refreshments were ap preciated by tho playera and spcolatore. Tha boyi of tho Ararat team were enter tained at lauob aod tea by tho boys of tho looal vobool. Tha visitors were delighted with the way io whiah they wero enter tained, aod thny oojayed iheir trip, not withstanding their defeat...
The Stawell News AND Pleasant Creek Chronicle THURSDAY, APRIL, 9, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914
IlIu StaiucU Hems " and Pleasant &r«h (Siivauicle THURSDAY, APRIL, !), 1IU-J. Tuk •Nkv.'s". - Au alro:idv no'.itfed, tb&lt;?r« will be r.o"pablication of the 'i^towtt'l NtWh and I'lPHUanl Cfrk Chronicle'* on Satur day DfJt, ovvio^ to the ojJice bHnq cloQcri to-morrow (Good Kridoy). On Tuesday mil rbe "Newo" will coot&in e, foll&ccoanl of iho Athletic i;arnival nod othor Euater (irturei, nod iJju n«nal lortfo txrrA edition will bo printed to tbat the larfto numbor o1 vieiiom to tbo town, qo well an local reai deotB And people of tbo district, may be 'ableto secure a copy of this iutettbtlog iieae. The I>anp.—Tho cnib nntiimiUoe of the 1 Qtanall Brain K.wid mot on Tuesday oven is# for tbe purpose of inquiring Into record retiftnaiionB from the band. It WBQ df Cided lo nojoarn (ho mr-tinK nnkil Friday. 17th imt. Tin Otmtift! niodting will br faold oo Taeodny, 21 al tust, Potato Quirot.—For tho wook ending SMnrday last 98 bagn of pot&tooa have ...
STAWELL SHIRE COUNCIL. Monthly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914
I stAWELL SHIRE COUNCIL. Monthly Mooting:. two mnfhlv EOvtftlUfJ &lt;>f 'b» AbDVn WilO J]'ia ,h. Shite LU1I .... T..o«l»y i°f' .,i-Tlm nrruidont (Or IS. I'. Tim ,l'"nM'Gr^or, W rJ !,» T fc) llntobmuo# O Jlolduu, J W l>*M'K»y Hi"! •! Moconnuliio. * COHKnsrONUKKCC t'rom .^*>0 lliv«Tfl and VMh- S-wply (vUi^w. »»ki,,R. ""lof ""pp'i' ■\tlnng ii W* VX\B\ t> tho lollowillH (!C"" Vl.ndi 1 ,rf„ .1 KOolidD,—Nool.j5o»ion. "fto'rn Vintorian lUiUvuvH, dra.i i'i« ftt linn M III" 'not I1111 II tnrmor laid pluo t0" ,,,v0onlll&lt;l erk«C t*idu of tlio pilblici •llvjy oromhiu "i'1" 'ArmnLroiiKii uinlion, "hitli o«nsliUit..d ii oonro" ot danKor i» irivi'lliiih'I'Y n trl1" in whioHcna.10 an. 1.1 b, miiRli. tho rj.il v I'll1'' Oomroia-ionon. would br ".jj tj Know wlmthor tho orossiiiK wmi iiairj:' 'ar P"*11'0 "3 >' it in iin j-imty Vlie dopirtraons will hnvo ill" Ji'u'lidorf i" t""1 &lt;1"' °P »i"K !*»0'&lt;d aoroes Lltt'Coiv'td* |.';oni Sjorotnrjr I'onntry...
SOHEMIAN DRAMATIC 00. SEASON OPENS TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914
BOHEMIAN DRAMATIC 00. •SEASON OPENS TO-NIGHT. To-night, in Slofinc-ofroi't, next fhn Church of Christ, Colo'a Bohemian Dr.v QiBtic Company will opon their Kaoter fl«o«Oti with tho H'-iiotUionu! Americno In'lian drama, "A Cowboy'w Honor,1' Tl»# play in replvto with Mirrine liapponings and iooidontu, nod carrioe a broutiful lovo Htory throii^hoat.; it &)ho obouudH in noo&lt;J, wholaoome comedy* &lt;ind Rbould appeal to nil plftyfjoern. Several yoara b&lt;wo elapned ninao iliw company 1m* appeared in BtawM, and it rcturos brttot and bicf^or Uibu evnr. Thi; leodinu' ninm bcro aro olovor oriiutn, um! thoy i»to well supported by th« wbolu of tho company. Tho rncimt metropoHl fin lie i;:oti \vat&lt; ft j^rrat iiQccooa. fttiaa Vonc.1 Linden, tLro principal lGdy, io a popalar noJrccu. Among tbo ntho? vnnmboro nro Mcfi;ira W H Ayfi Frank Milli', 15 A KcnnR, Jftbn WfGo«ao, Hoy tlerborr, Frank f'olo, Roy Colo, Wrn M«(4ov;an, It Jono?, L H&roonrt, ...
ON THE TRACK, [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914
ON THE TRACK, Not for years past have bo many runners been seen on the Central Park track so long before the spocta, and the full complement will prob ably be in town to-night. The following are training hard at present ;--Sprint events: Devino, Crow. Dreghorn, Baker, Gebhardt, (2), Taylor, Hempel, Brackenridge, Cassidy and Drew ; Distance events; Cox, Soutar, Chalmers, Paeh; The men have been out on the track every morning and afternoon, and are not skirking hard work to be fit on the day. Devlne is running strongly, but it is generally recognised that he hos a big task before him to annex the Gift from the Sh yard mark. T Crow is well treated with 10 yds, and there is no donbt he will nave a wonderfully good cbanoa if thoroughly well. Page, oil 11yds, is another man to be reckoned with, though he has hardly been at the top of his form the last day or two, Btill, he has time yot. Drew has boon putting in solid work, and has a high opinion of hio obance. He, however, has not been in...
GREEN'S CREEK RAGES. The Handicaps. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914
GREEN'S GREEK RAGES. The Handicaps. Appended are the wsights for the principal «vents of the Green1! Greek races, to be held on Thursday n«xt, 16th inst:— FLYING HANDICAP. 5 (nrlongs. J 0 William'a Moon Moth .. 9.4 H Mort'a Peal... ... .. 9.3 O Aaton'a Lady Warraok ... 8.12 J M'Innes' Isabel Jay .. .. 8 5 W M'Clintook'a Mnrtoa 8.5 F Page's Maaonia .. ..8.4 J M'Innea' Wiri Wiri .. 8 4 6 Popo'0 Half Holiday]... .. 8.4 0 Wilaon'a Kilmuic ... 8.2 -Bee Nah 7.12 A Chaddorton'a Flash Pat ... 7,7 J Byron'a Weroona .. ..7.7 W M'Olintook'a Killygore .. 7.7 H Mort'a Wimmera Kins . 7.G C Olivet's Constable ,. ..7.0 W A Syme'a Reprimand ... 613 J M'Oarthy'a Jabrook .. 6.12 W H Brown's Hollo Mooro ... 610 TRIAL HANDICAP. Tbreo gaartore ot a mile. Q Pope'e Half Holiday .. 9.0 F Cameron's Boy Casey •• 8 7 G Wallu'a Ven-Error ... .. 8.3 0 Wilaon'a Kilmnir .. .. 8.J W M'Ulintook'n Kilgore .. 7.10 J Byron'a Weroona ... .. 7.9 H Mort'a Wimmera King ... 7.7 0 Olivor'a Oonstablo .. ... 7.'2 W A Byme'a Ra...
STAWELL AMATEUR TURF CLUB. Easter Meeting: [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914
8TAWELL AMATEUR TITRt CLUB. KF Easter Meeting; She tollowiDB is n list of thu Imndioip, laconntolion niVh »lio Trav and Pony r,J|9 in tho Suwell Ainatuiir Tntf Club's me«l iog on E&otor XiiuBtUy;— DIBTANUE HANDICAP TROT. Of 20 aova ; 2 miles Hjrtick'a Broa' JnBtioo ... sot R Hutchinson's Funny Jim ,, act J It Hatchings' ticorplou ... I0r bfai 3 B Hutohinfia' Dlorah ... ... 60 P Balii»»n'« H Harold ... ... 50 A 4 UldKcloy's Capo Girl .. 50 ft. J Uidgoloy'a Ti&lt;sk» .. ... „ .. 50 O Tta«!t'» Ooral .. ..ED A J QUa'a Lady Live, .. .. 130 i Lady H&rold) W Ooffay'B Nariuqla „ 130 I A Habfl'a Abbey I«Io» ... ..ISO I D F Cameron's Pcroy .. ..150 B X Hatohloaa' Esponmank .. 300 3 K Hatchings' Harold U ... 200 I) F (JamBran'a Mnlbntry ... 200 T Paatos't Lady Valley .. 200 L B M'Rao'a Pcin/, ... 1\0 B T Hutatainaa' Yon Yangi .. 3S0 A Brown's Harold Janior ... 450 P A Utiobby a Lidy Edith .. 450 DISTANCE HANDICAP PONY RACE. Ot 7 «ova ; I Inrlongi D MLaan'a lirownia ... ...
SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914
SUNDAY. Appropriate Easter services will be rendered iu tue churches. At the Methodist Church there will bo special anthems and u chorus by iho choir ; also addresses by the pastor, Kev Bride Barber, IMj.S. At Holy 'Iririty Church tin? ro Kpeetiv" in->i"tiintr ami evening sub ject:, will b'i: " The comfort, and joy ot thy Ui-»urrcc'ion," and " The Power of thu Em)loss Life." All the other uhurchas will hojfl approprialo servieeH. At thu Central Park, in the after noon, Ihfi annual Hospital Sunday celebrations will ba held, wheu tho Stawell Brass will rondar o pro gramme of music. A. collection will be taken up tit the gate in aid of the Stiuvell Hospital aud Asylnm.
SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914
SATURDAY. It is sale to say that nine out of every ten persons in the town, and a goodly proportion from the sur rounding district, will have Contral Park as their objective on Saturday It iB then that tha Stawoll Athletic Club's 87th Easter Festival will be inaugurated; and it is no exaggera tion to state that the powers that be have considered n»i'.h«r trouble nor expense to make the 1911 gathering the most successful in its history. It is practically certain that a large number of people will gather to see the preliminary ovonts run ofl, while even a cursory aurvey of the programme is sufficient to show that tho cream ol Australian pedostrian lsm will bo competing. Some splen did finishes ure almost certain to re sult. Everything possible for the convouienco of the pnblic has been done, and thero is 110 conceivable requirement which tho clnb has not foreseen and made provision for accordingly, Saturday's running should enable one to form soma es timate of Monday's finalists. Ou S...
HEATS OF THE GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914
HEATS OF THE GIFT. Thii draw for the Gitl and other evinli took plooo at Darry'9 ForoBler« Holol Ian niijht There was a fnll attendance of lbs oommittoe of tho Athletio OInb, and the president, Mr M Oowman, preoidod. Tho prooeedinga wero opon to tho publio. Tho Beoretan, Mr W H Boll, repotted that tho iicoenUm'.eB wore ao follow— StnWell Eaetnr Oift 47 Grampians Stakoa 10 Stawull Handicap ... .- 32 Stowarda' Parau ... •_ 82 Ploasnnt Creek Hiiodiaup ... 38 130 Yards llnrdloa .. .. 10 Sprint Hiwiiaap 38 220 Yards Hurdlea 12 Encourage Stakes .. .. SB Wnlkinp Matob IB For «aob of the bioycle races there ate 9 acoeptanoos. Tho draw for the beat) of the Gift re united: — Firet Hoat. j df. Orow T J, Malvern .. 10 Dreghorn J, Eohuoa _ 11 Campbell V, Meredith 13} Brown S, Mooroopna .. 14 Heoond Hoat, Oarnte R, Melboarne .. 10 White F H, Brok'n H'l, N.8.W 11 Symmonda H, Aahnrn .. 12), Draw R B, N Riohm'd, N.8.W. 11} Third Heat. Stanley \V A, Prthr&n .. 13 Sinclair Q A, Carlton .. 12} ...
EASTER MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 9 April 1914
EASTER MONDAY. Almost unnecessary to say, Enstor Monday will bo " tho" day Cen tral Park will bo thronged with thousands desirous of witnessing the ooncluding day of tho sporta. The mere mention of tho fact that Mon day will be the day upon which the famous Stnwull Gift ia decided, is in itself enough to attract a huge orowd. The train arranRomenta aro very complete, and trains, ail arriv ing at S'awell bofore midday, will run from Nhill, Diinboola, Horsham, Hopetoun, Warrackuabe&l, Marnoo, Rupanyup, Maryborough, Avoca, Hamilton, Ararat, and Ballnrat These apocial trains will stop at all intermediate aiatioaa. Tho return journey trains will leave Stawell as under : — Ballarat, 8.15 p.m. Mar no 3 and Kup-inyup, 9 p.m., Nhill, Dimboola and Horsham, 9.20, Hope toun and Warrucknabeal, 9,45, Mary borough, Avocb, Hamilton and Ararat, 10.10 p.m. The evening eutertainment in Central Park (particulars of which were given in our last issue) will bo the oost of its kind, and only first...
POETRY OF THE WEEK. IF WE KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 11 April 1914
POETRY OF THE WEEK. IF \YK IsNF.W. Could we but draw back the curtains That surround each other's lives. See their naked heart and spirit, Know what spur the action gives; Often we should find it hotter, Purer than we judge we should* Wc should love each other better, If we only understood. Could we. judtf-c all deeds by motives, Sec the good and b;»d within. Often we should love the sinner. All the while we loathe the sin. Could we know the powers working To overthrow integrity We should judge each other's errors With more patient charity. If we knew the cares and trials, Knew the ctVort all in vain, And the bitter disappointment, Understood the loss and gain; Would the grim external roughness Seem. I wonder, just the same? Would we help where now we hinder? Would we pity where we blame? Ah I we judg-e each other harshly. Knowing not life's hidden, force; Knowing not the fount of action Is less turbid at its source. Seeing not amid the evil All the golden grains of good: Oh! we'd l...