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

Touog Bro« W.fl ss —AUCTIONEERS.— 'SiOuK AnU 81ATIUH AGEEUS Hsad Oi flees—Horsham, Hamll" : |tou, and Shlll, BR.XNOU OFFlUli-S—Oi^tortou, ^OT»n8. BEarfa^ft, Minyip, Warraohnaboal, Bonlab, m^ayitp, Dimboola, Donald, OoroRo, At*r..t, Natimuk, Rainbow, Joparit, and , Xiniva ind Willaura Agenoieo at Strathdownie, Lake Bolao, M*nyona, Penshurefr, Balmoral, Hopotoun, ; Auction fcnri Cie&cmg S&\ob Gonduotod in Any Part of Iho State, LASD SAL8 A SPECIALTY melting Arrangements Mado for iat ; Btooh Goinp Ballarat and Melbourne | Markets. I Unlimited Amounts of Traet Money to j Lend, at 4 per ooofi. I —AGENTS FOR— 1 Dennya, Laaoei.c*. Austin and Co., Wool , Grain Brohere, Stook and Station | Atfente, Goelong and Melbourne. The Bftllarar Banking Company, Ltd. 'I ho Aautralasian Mutual LiTO StOQo ; BBsar^nue Society Limited, Tbo Victorian Fire Insurance Company, Tho National Fire InBuranco Company! New Zealand, Business arranged with all the l«sadinR arroa of auctioneers in New S...

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

- - —\ THIS PLACE STAJS i iR SHO i" fflEK TO! 'SHOULDER WITH YOUR AhTS. as BUILD V.BHICt.'BS THa.X TOZ PbS 1 dlS YOU. fl' ij^u bjnn aokaowl-.-dijKl tor ovnr yoara Ly tt'.l who linvo vioitmt o ir Fiutocy And Show Roorno Shut when nil ar&iolo o 'anaaaril ui-s?!t ot out of sho > innry run iB Wftntort, r.ho pluoa to pruiuro it ia lit KLURIIBI''F 3ilOt3. Should it bo R Voliiolo for buainoad ujo, or an Abbot ntfgy for oaao and oomfort, wo c,i:i tuitipiy ii ^ THE QUALITY IS RIGHT! THE PRICE \Hmmn. m THE ll&Stt.l k«CT ' Bramh ot t'ii liuninca.i holoR oopr.rlntondcil by nnn •/!' Mi- h 'anflMirat .'viarauton liwt tho Nu«V- Mun.'lrmo'.:. ' jlji w rjunn'iln tho lv.:put.uion linldby fa,, Firm for Hio LV; 'l !'0:vT\' Y'EAlW fo; :' JRST-i'ijA;?/> WORK Md {'!UZK TAKERS ut all iho SVjws. TVBRS OUT, So., at VKRV WOMSKATH RATUS. Bnggios &nd Cther Vehicles built to order. Woiolss ;;iov"v-'ci, ^o-jaiatoi and; Ba-tsimawd, nHmssiF^ mmcMR* IPJEtKMnoii COACI-I "FACTOttY"' ISeto...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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The Stawell News AND Plessant Creak Chronicle SATURDAY. JANUARY 17, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

'tEhe -Stinnett A NO plgssaut iSvcc'h ^Ltranide SATURDAY. JANUARY 17, 191-i A charok of oruo!ty to & bull belonging to Walter Bentley, f&rmei of Echooa Boutb, was preferred against Frederick Young, farmer, of Millewo, and occupied the Bt-^ntion for eome tim* of Mr P. Bar., foil, P.M , at tba Eohuca Polioe Court on Tneeday, Tbs evidence Bhowed that the bull had trcspiBsed on defendant's laud, and that ho b&1 shot it three times with a gnu, 150 pellet marks beiny found la the animai'e hiad-cjuartnra'wbeo it returood tj th6 owner'a fai m. An attempt wao made by the defendant ta abow that who animal w-i3 ft duoKarous one ; but Youtjtf admitted bo had ebaeod it for eome coneiderablo time iu bis paddock in un attempt to eaaro i away before be Li red at it, The Btsoch ico. poGcd ft fiao of 10d. with £1 la corU. Mr 0. II, Campbell appeared on behalf of tbo Soouty for th*; Prateotioo of Animvu. TIf.sULTS to hand of iho Janior Public! Ii;;&ryipiiticno ohow t^ab...

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

Funeral Hotico pUNER AL JN OXIDE Tbe friends of the kte Mr Gboroh Hxmby Chiyzrton are respeotfoliy invited ! to follow his remains to (be pUce of in- ! lerment, the Suwell Cemetery. The I faneral is appointed to leave hid residence, Main St., THIS DAY (S»tarda?) at 4 o'olook. I F. CROUCH, Undertaker F U N £ IU L NOTICE The Friends of Mb Cohnkilds J» Power, R-cine Driver, Marnoo, arc respectfully invitii 10 fo!!ow the remains of bis late be* laTdd iofa.Pt eon, John Frauois, to (beplait ot interment, tbe Staweil Oemefc ry. The faneral is appointed to leave tbe Shamrook Hote», gtaweU Wee% TQIS DAY (Btiaf dsy), at 2.45 o'clock. F; CROUCH, tJnder«ftk»r TJ A 0. Druids MEMBERS of the Stawell Lodge No 89X U.AO Dcoidfl are requested io meet at the lodge room TO-DAY (Saturday) at 3 p.m. sharp, to attsnd the faneral of tbetc late brother, Me George Uhiverton, Past Arob Pl»oe of inter ment : Tbe Btaw«-ll Cemetsry. By order P. NICHOLSON, Arob Droid. T. J. ALDRED Secretary. Stawell Cricket Associ...

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

Tips on Tipping. Much-travelled persons, who carefully examine their trunks, will find thereon a number of cabalistic marks, which thoy probably put down to the wear and tear imposed on tho baggage. As a matter of fact, tho signs come not of chance—they are i>Iaced there by tho waiters at the various hotels where at tho traveller has stayed, and have a direct meaning. A sort of freemasonry oxists among waitors at European hotels; they have ! a system of marking luggage^ so as to toll other waitors Urn manner of man that the traveller is as regards tipping. Tho traveller who arrives at an hotel with his luggago marked with a straight, upright lino on either side of the lock9 is sure of good attention— he is classified as "very liberal." A horizontal straight mark in the upper right-hand corner of a trunk means that tho owner is no good at all; while if this mark is accompanied by a V mark, it signifies to the waiting frater nity that tho traveller is tho limit—en tirely hopeless. ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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The Korean's Straw Man. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

Tho Korean's Straw Man. In Korea thoro exists a very odd bo lief about protecting a person from evil and from tho results of committing a crime or misdemeanour. First of all, when tho Korean roalises that ho lias committed a sin, he hunts up a sorcerer who sells various "charms." The sorcoror makes for tho penitent person a Iifo-sizo straw man, concealing there in a number of small coins, and then proceeds by incantations to lure tho ovil spirits out of tho real person's body into that of tho straw man. Tho buyer then takes tlxis straw man home, dresses it in some of his caat-oif clothes, and throws it into tho street. All passers-by help to destroy the straw man, partly because they believe in helping tho penitent man to got rid of the evil spirits, and partly because they know that thero is money hidden there in. It is thought that tho angry spirits aro thus appeased by tho destruction of tho proxy sinner.

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

OVERCROWDED ROOMS. Too many tables, too many chairs, too many pictures, curtains, cushions, and ornaments. Too many of every thing in fact. That is the complaint from which most of our homes aro snfforing- at x>resent. Now there aro three—tliero may bo a great many more—very good reasons for making a loud protest against this quite un necessary crowding. Th© most impor tant aspect from wU&h to view tho matter is, of course, from the plat form of health and hygiene. A crowd ed room, whether a living or sleep ing apartment, is not healthy ,is sel dom clean, and never beautiful. Every extra piece of furniture, every curtain or rug or corner fitted up shelveB and hangings, takes up f>o much of the given space in a room and makes the apartment comparatively airless. Tho loss you put into your rooms tho greater will bo tho space for breathing and the more searching can be tho ventilation of that area. And, again, to say that a crowded room is seldom clean is, although perhap...

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

DOM Sn QUIETLY. It come3 like a rty of euDahine. Makea the old foik^ h*ppy. Mnls. y che yonoj» fotk-i ] »)ful» Takes the loud ell "he baok. It'e ftU done so quiefciy. No faon about it. What ib it? Wby, Doan'B Bnckiobi* Kidney Tho little kidney wonder workers. What will tnby do ? It ad what this woman B&ya : — LIroO. S uti-r, Carey Btreet Ararat 0»y : —*'FiltM;n ^i-ais :»t" L io«k & coareo of Uoan't* Bai:kicl»«i Kidtiey Pilla and naod lbnm for bjckuch**, «n ailaibnfc from which I h&d been euiLiring lor a good while, And t oy oured mo, 1 wis often qaito prostrated wiili 'he M-vciity of thoao pains, I onuU not tuuch thy gri>u.id with my hands withoui tfoi.'JK on my Jun es first, Kvery oold 1 caught flow to my kidneys, and would Ic.ive uiu in il c ^rc^'eat agony for a Ioni» tim", -\ fii-tid advised mo to get J)nan's B «ck <che KMn-y Pihs, and ihaj is how J c.iiije t" ubo thum A short treat ment of tho rem <ly euud mo. 1 made a bt.neniL'ti...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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HOW TO BE SLENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

HOW TO TIE SLENDER. How to beoome slender! Lot tho maiden inclined to stoutness follow this advice, and lier form should become as willowy us slae could wish. Rise early and take a cold bath, rubbing vigorous ly afterwards with a coarso towel or flesh brush. Take a cupful of water before breakfast. Take one small cup of toir at breakfast, t>orno dry toast, boiled fish, or a. small cut-let, and a baked applo or a little fruit. At dinner, which should be at mid-day, take white fish or meat, dry toast, , or stalo bread, vegetables, or fruit, j either fresh or stewed; for supper, toast, salad, fruit, arid six ounces of wino or water. Hot water wiih lemon j\iico in it is also good for supper. Whon you have Followed all these rules, and found yourself fairy-like in pro portion, then yon may be^in to con template smart clothes such u* only tho slander can wear. ,

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

IMP03i»HT TO LADIES. LvUoa are kindly nqnphtfld to note that Mrft D. M Clifford) Supori- tundont of N^tara Ht&lih ro., Melboarnp, will in fatara he visiting tbo third j Tueaday in every month, at tho Bpfoi&l request of pnti^r>t■», Mrs (.'.'ifforde next visit I will tube pJucH on the 20th January, when I she wj)I bo aesn u» ihu Coinnieroiul Hotel from 10 a.m. ta 7.30 p m. Specially nofcp, the time. Luditjfl who health is oaasing (hern anxiety, are advised to to make a point of ooDsuUioK Mrs Clifford and learn ing ftom h»»r how good hbulih may bo re stored to them. No will be made for the consultation or adviop, Mranwhilo innd 2-1 pontic for free 41 Natora " lipalth Guide, w«nttjn by Mrs Clifford herself Bpeoially for women and Id. AddrowR : Department 21, " Nature " Hoalt.h Co., 49 Eiiz*betb-atri:pt, iMelboarno. Mrs Clifford will oarry u full supply of ail medioino,—N.B. Tho Natura Health Co. aro tho only suppliers ot the Genuine Nafcnra Home Trxiiu'eot.

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

COOKERY. Rico Cakos. .Mix Mvo ounces of ground rii-t' with lour ounces of Hour anil a teaspoonl'ul of baking powder, rub in t wo ounces «l fresh but tor and t.ivu ounces nl silled sugar. lie"! up two eggs with two lo:is|iiioiisl'ul <>f milk, adding any llavouiing desired. Have ''ready small, heart-shaped cake tins well gieased, and bake in a hot. oven. Scalier a low euriants in the mixture it lilted. Lomon SnRO." Put- a mnall trncupful of sago into a pint of water and boil, skimming, it' necessary, till tl.o sago i* quite done, bin, nut glutinous. Add the juice of two lemons and a quarter of a pound ot sugar, and stir all thor oughly. Place in a wot mould, and when set turn out tu servo. A little grated lemon rind call bo added to tho above proportions if a strong lemon flavour is liked. Trcaolo Spongo.—Required: llulf a pound of (lour, half a teaspoonful of I carbonate of soda, three-quarters of ail ounce of ground ginger, olio egg, one gill of treai'le, one gill of m...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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HEALTH IN THE HOME HOW TO AVOID A COLD. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

HEALTH "ijTtMh now to avoid".; Wl.6 Ar soon ns "sn,- ,111(, s nro oxponeni'i'd i„ % » lvnlo formaldehyde: vapm,,-^ " ■nodical nutluiriry. I'l;,,,,' n<'1 ',:li "fovmnHu" in Inuvl ""t(M i Uio oycs, ami inlial., (|„. (1>i ( tlio noso uiul month. j 'j "•j { ivlIlioiip;h it. will pr,,l)ul,lv irrit-ntion mid u'aU'iiiH, c>\ t)„, few inlialntions will |ti]i l!lii "j'M i-obo. Nasal and llircmt, J,,,'.," - woitk solution «f foi'inuli,, will'"'1! plisli tlio smug results, atll>*[

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

oi i a prion m I Inspector Cortelyou had jusl un locked the door ol Liu: study ami let himself out into the conuioi «hen In- saw Daunc'ey ndvancing I mm llic inner hall. In-hind ("in- old butler the detective saw two shapes which, in the dim light, he did not recognise. 1 beg your pardon, Inspector," said Dauncey. "J didn't mean lo disturb you, but there's the chief constable and Mr. lllingworth here, sir, and they're wanting to see you particularly, so 1 was coining up to lei you know." All right," replied Inspector Cortelyou. "I've finished— lor the present. I'll come and speuk lo them." He followed the butler down to the ball, and found lllingworth to be accompanied by a tall, handsome man, whom Inspector cortelyou im mediately set down us iui ex-cavalry ollicer, and who gave the little man from Scotland Yard a keen a search ing look of interest. "Cjood evening, Inspector," sn lllingworth. " t his gentleman is Major Bryson, our Chiel (.'unstable, lie has Come specially over lo se...

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

IT NKYEK FAILS, •For yeara v;o huvo boon imuijj Chamber l&iu't) (Jough llouudy,' Mr ll^tburt Ti Woodbead, Woutv/urLh, N.S.W. 'Wo lmve six children and nwr nuo nnjtbinj} eUa for iho Uoatraont of ooutfha, ooldtj ami bromhial complniniu. I ooniiJently rec oiatnosri Obarnborluin'o Coogh. Romi-dy to oVcryono, mor'o eupfcCtAUy to i»arflQta* who hUd rayaolf bavo joung objidren'o health to pifeypard, It never lailo fca glvo re|iif lo Oil oeocB, Hold by J T Wrfgbt aud Co, Prop Jjid, nnU G £ SId0j otmaint.

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

| HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Melted butter is u very {mhhI substi tute for olive oil ijj a salad dressing. •Many prefer it. To Singe a chicken, hold it over a saucer of burning alcohol. This method does not leave soot oil the flesh. To prevent wooden pails or tubs from shrinking when not in use, paint them over with glycerine. It is not generally known that n tablospoonful of vinegar put into tho water when poaching eggs will keep them from breaking. Milk should he used for pastry that is to bo sorved cold. Tho pastry will then keep short mid crisp longer than if mixed with water. Always put a pioco of muslin round tho band underneath tho ribbon or silk when trimming a lint. This savos tho hatpins from breaking tho straw. Three tablespoont'uls of baking soda in a quart of water applied with' a rough cloth will remove tho old var nish vory easily when you wish to re varuish furniture. If cold baked potatoes are dipped for a moment in hot water and then placed in a moderate oveu till wnrmod thr...

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

WONDERLAND (Ily 0. W. U'Ai.ton.) Wo bavo in the Grampian mmintama h Vftftoryors enory unrivMl ut in any oihrr pari of Viotorin. Tho BnlVulo ia prrhapf, higbor hw ft mnco cxtonoivo vl«w, b»*. for Iho ono outlook thero io frt.m tlu IJull'»lo plA'o**ti» wo havo poorcn of huh peaks from whioh fiuo vlows cm ho oh. t*iuod. U'lio I3iao Mountainn nro not min;li ahead of us in Cno w«y of dc«p gnlh<?H «i h rooky pluftcoleu, and «ur wu'uduful Uom oannot bo aurpaosod in any part of f.w tftato. Tho fcimo to visit those moun'niMi is tho Sprit g month*, Annual, Btp-emb r and UcUWr bring \h* hi«w. ; then in, weather is oool, tho w..tifull«? go-ui, un I iho wild lloworn in fnli. bloom. Nuwhm* oleo io tbero Boob u vuruty of anbj-otfj to iotorott tbo fovor of nature. Fur iuuUnoo. our ctiriouo nativo fuu:n Mid hand.-omo birrip, ibn intonating in.M»0»n K» d ropi.l tlio beautiful llawom t.nd fords, loyetlwr with tho fungi and liicluni-; tho Wuudtfiflll rooU formations And giart treeP, runnii g...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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MATTERS FEMININE. CARE OF THE SKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

MATTERS IMiMlNJNE. OA UK OF TI1K SKIN. Every girl can ho her own faco specialist—.if she will take the neces sary pains - by living a rational lito, breathing properly, and giving .strict attention to personal cleanliness—not oneo a week, hut Way by Jay— ami tho reward is suro ami certain. Tito foundation of a good complex ion is a perfect circulation, and this io (ho result of proper breathing as wall as perlWt assimilation of food, ftnd general exorcise. The girl with red blotches 011 hor face, ami particularly on 'her nose, has a cause to deal witJi, of which the redness is only tho eiFcct. No amount of cos melius will eradicate an internal cause. , In nine cases out of ten tho girl has never learned to brent ho. Some girls novor breathe through their noses at all; always through the mouth. Others never use the lower lobes of tho lungs, nor employ tho muscles of tho diaphragm. Their bodies starve for oxygon, and the pores of their skin tell tho tale of improper breathing. GirU sh...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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DISTRICT NEWS. North Woodlands, (Navarre). [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. North WooillandB, tNavarre). (From oar own ocrrespondoD'). I Thoro uro thirty foar harvoetirp, and : ono boader ('lie oomiot> m*obino) working hero, and two harv^at'Ta havo finiehcd ! Thoru are 23 Hharu farmem. The fallow land i-4 averaging from 7 o 9 bate, and tho older grnnnrt in 3 rur! 4 crops without f&l low is rojd« from to 7 bays por aore, Tbo amount. in whu »t ie a liuW over 5000 ftoreo. Tho oat and hay crops woro very Rood, the oalH harvu&tinR from 8 to 11 bags. Farmoro aro not threshing maob, (ho ex ponas boing too high at tbo present prion of oat&, Tho railwny is within fonr mi os of bore, and ia now hI tho Laniieboroaeh Hiding, Thoro are a number of men on (bo lino v pre.^ni, and wo .'-xpi-ot trains bore within a fortnight, It baa boan & windy httrveat, and <\ email portion naa been labt witi the wind.

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

THE NATTILEA. This smart shirt blouse, with up to-date cut of shoulder and artistic collar, is correct wear with plain skirts for all out-door (tames and sports. It is much in evidence made of Shan tung silk for touring- and seaside wear; 3yds. narrow width. There are six parts — front, back, collar, sleeves, cuff, and pocket.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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PROGRESS ND BAND PICTU S Central Park, Monday Night. Grand Star Programme. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

1 PROGRESS ND BAND PICTU S i - Contral Park, Monday Night. Grand St'U' Programme. Both tho Band and the Progress Aoanciii'ion are determined that the firnt programme to be fmhmittecl under their pint anjpiees will lm in eveiy way 11 nv moratile one. With thin etui in vimv, thc>y have ppared noith'-r paiiiH nor expense topmcur the v ry .tent availabe in tho motion picmiu wirkl (or their initial com bined en otlaitinv uf, which will be helil in Hie CVmrnl Patk on Mon day evening, weather peimiiting. J-lnailirif» the linl is a most sensa tional lilni bv 'Ik: Bison Coy. "TDK MEXICAN RAID ICRS," over 3000 11 in length. This pictine proved a great drawing card in the metropolis, while n Sydney picture theatre drew recoul business (or ilio week it fiuur-d on their ptogramme. Another veiy fine drama is " The Kiss ul lilit'liti->n,'* in wh;ch the various parts are Ulo 11 by Yhagraph actors and uctresses. This is a pic lure which leaves Hit impression be hind it. 11 A Modern Snare," ton...

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