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NEW, ODD, INTERESTING [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

NKW, ODD, INTERESTING! I Olio lighted gin; jeL consumes oa I much nir as four adults. 1 In Itufinia no jilml nKi iip'.icr may prac tise Ilia art without ft licence. Umdon lino 200,000 telephones, and tho culls average 1,250,0011 per day. Silieato of soda keeps egf;s fresh for many months. Asparagus in said to bo the oldest plant used for food. Paris has 200,000 foreign residents, whilo I/urnloli has only 95,000. Egypt, with 10,000,000 people, has only ono lunatic asylum, and that with only BC0 beds. British railways pay income tax on £30,100,000, minus nnd quarries on £13,420,000 ovory year. Horses, giraffos, and ostriches have tlio largest oyus of laud animals, cuttlefish of sua crcaturos. Musk in a crudo stato is worth £8 an ounce. It looks Hl;o axlc-groaso itnd does not smoll much' bolter. Tho jowols worn at tho last Royal Court) ,oro estimated l>y an oxpert to have represented a sum of £12,000,000. Tho Jotvs in Now York numlior about 900,000, onc-thirtoenth of tho entiro raco...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE THIRST FOR KNOWLEDCE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

THE THIRST FOR KNOWLEBCE. The phrenologist frowned. Then lie went carefully onro moro over tho bumps of tlio man in tlvo chair. "Highly intelligent," ho repeated— "highly intelligent! ! Hub I am hound to warn you, sir. You have a very in quiring mind, and your thirst for knowledge is insatiable. This largo bump running across tho back of your head menus that you are inclined to ho curious even to tho point of reckless ness. " "I know it." answered tho man in tlio chair sadly. "I got that bump by sticking my head through tho bars at tho hotel lift to seo if tho lift was coming up, mid—and tho beastly tiling was coming down!"

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HYDRAULIC POWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

HYDRAULIC POWERS. A large amount of hydraulic power is to be used in the Calabria region of Southern Italy for operating electric plants. The Sila mountain region has an abundant rainfall, but this is quite irregular during the year, f6r some streams which are torrents in winter are nearly dry in the summer season. In order to regularise the flow there will be used four great reservoirs, the largest of which will contain five thou sand million cubic feet of water. At the start there will be erected a fifty thousand horse-power turbine plant, and part of the current is to serve the nitrate of calcium fertiliser works, the remainder to be sent over long power lines through Calabria and neighbour ing regions. Agriculture as well as hygiene will profit by the new enter prise, as there will now be no marshy or desert land and the country will have a rational irrigation system, ow ing to the regular water supply.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BULLETS FROM ABOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

BULLETS FROM ABOVE. A scientist lias just drawn attention to a fact about aerial warfare"that no body seems to have thought of before. It is that if an army fires at an aero plane overhead it is shooting at it self. The reason is that, when anything is thrown tip perpendicularly into the air, it comes down with exactly the same speed and force with which it went up. A bullet leaves the muzzle of tho rifle with tremendous force. A mile or so up tho force becomes exhausted, the bullet slows, stops for a moment-, and then starts falling-, gathering pace as it falls, till, by tlio time it has reach ed tho earth agftiu, it is travelling at exactly tho same speed at whioh it started. There has boon no crtdG yet of an aeroplane being hit by a bullet while flying over a hostile army, though in tho Balkan War the appearance of a flying-machine overhead always meant a volley of bullets, many of which must have como Uftck upon tho filers.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TESTING OCEAN CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914

TESTING OOEAN CURRENT. A scientific investigation of the currents round Japan and in the China Sea for the benefit of mariners is to be undertaken by a Japanese newspaper. Thousands of sealed tot ties are to be set adrift from various parts of the coast, and steamer* on the Nagasaki-Shjmgfcai run, the Kee lurig, Kagoshima-Loochoo, Shiinonos eki,-Fusan, Dairen, and Nagasaki Hong-Kong routes will also deposit bottles in the sea. Each bottle will contain an international post card with particulars of the investigation prin ted in Japanese, English, Russian, and Ohinose, and the bottles will be mar ked on the outside to facilitate dis covery. When a bottle is picked up the finder is to forward it to the olfico of the newspaper with details of the position, date, Ac., filled in. The in vestigation will last two years, ex perts will be employed to tabulate the information given in the return post cards, and the result will ba made public.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW TELEPH ONE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 20 January 1914

vflW JBLBPti ONE RATES. Iho following aro tho now ratao for tola phono oonveroMiona whloh oro now in Ioro« from tho Stawell Poat Offlou Plaoo lot s miao.' Adtnl 3 min Ararat 3d ou Ballarat la Beaufort 8d gd Brim lo 4a l, BnanROt 8d S3 Campboll'a Urid(jo 2d a Gathcart t'd 6d Dimooola lu jd Dooon lo 0d ^Groat Wsstorn 2d 3d Glonorohy 2d 2d Horabam 8d 03 tJool Jool 2d 2d 1p 9d tLandoborotlKli 'Id sa Lnbook 8d 63 Holbonrno la lOd In 4,1 Minyip 8d fid" Moyaton Sd Mtttloa 6d £d tNavarto Gd Pirjpinio 10 Rupanyup 8d Wp.rraolinnbaal Willaura 8d Will Wol Bd 5d 9d 6d 9d Cd 8d (Lnndoboroii/ib, Jool Joel N»v*r».« Olouoioby ami Groat Woutern, oloso Bl ! p.m. Opening {00, 2a Cd V * fUoyiood on 2nd Jaly 1012 1 J. KULLY, PositnaBlst, Brlalefl p*Hirhe« tos i£i vi» ptltlata kefflHiMMfl MaI8£ Ul Hto .,offlc» oi tho •'a4«w»si'ir*~'^r: Bniui Bums "" ™- "

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STAWELL TELEPHONE PIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 20 January 1914

STAWE.LL telephone PIEEOTOBY 83—Ailkon, De \\. i,. 65—Ahins, O A (find Private Kcs) IU—Albion liotol (W J Knrlc) 55—Anderson, J A (and Private Ro») »nd 10 ottioo 8--Aothony, W (nnd PrivalQ JRos, Glin orohy road 78—Aaettaliano Tailinca Coy. 17—Bank of Anfltralaoio, ' 1 i» raft08gor fl~B ,,1Cflpq 11 nutI i>fiva to Keuidodoe, (j5 Brkor \V 0 and Priv Rob , U UU(* PHv&lo Koaidenoo. 1 —Bronribent Bros & (Jo ?i7^° * n,,f* &l°uth liotol (\trg Oliver) ilG—Brtokluyors' Ariaa Hotel MfFraeer 140—Bowling Oceeu 118 —Bate, Mieg 11—Barker Bros, 45—Campbell, A G, Fomoiinl fcJ-Cnrtor, W. U. and 8nn A| PrivlRei jJO—Gbadtvtuk, B 0 aud Toa Room o5—Ohadwlck, Mrs 78—Ghtiponuef, Huab and Allen j>L—Clarke, Angus El 56—Clarke & Scott Coffee X'alflco (A H Hash) t>7-Commercial llotel (W Donaldson 77—C<mmion wealth Hotel *8—Cooper Bros 87—Court House ^-Cmnston, W S.(and Private Roeidano 43—Crouob, Fredk 81-Oromr, T G and Privaio Bstidenoa 0i—Cromlo J 113—(.jbo...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 20 January 1914

STAWELL NEWS PLEASANT CREEK CHRONIC!. NEW8PA.PER AL JRI TING OFFIOfc KHTABLI8HED a.d The STAWELL NEWS PtiEABANT'ORBBK CHRONICLE, PUBLISHED IL'RI-Vi EEK.LY TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS SATURDAY? (Ia blm« (or tho Early M»U») This old established n«»n>p»p« h*» been In CONTINUOUS Circulation FORTY-THIRD YEAR And offara to & medium to ADVERTISE K whlob. of all Newspaper* ontsido (the Metropolis a eqaal to any. THE STAWELL NEWS REAL LIVE PAPER I COMMANDS A LARGE OIROOLATION Eqiialto -Any! ^Superior to Most I The stawfxl mm IS ISSUING Wltb'aaeh SATURDAYS' Fapsr A Hew and; Up-to-Date 32 Column SUPPLEMENT Including a SERIAL STORY A Short Complete Tale, MATTERS FEMININE, CHILDREN'S CORNER, Spocial Attention to POULTRY THE LADIES' OOLUM , " ' • ' vv~r -sr; c Current Kranti, eipeoUlly bhoip of Local Importance, "FI2BBTWOOD BMITH l'abiic nouoj Mercantile Mutual FIRE ACCIDENT LIVE STOCK Insuranot) UomDuny Li Dirootorn ttandnl ,7. Alcook J.P. (.T, Norvioo Ja M Qilloapir, En j,,(Freol>ol&a...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 20 January 1914

. -o ANU rlculations .1 i'iv tin' term "The Common Wiall.l :< li'.'il Hi connection lvitll tillOaO rail's jh'i _i;li'iinnB it includes Papua, Lord Ho». iidanj, and Nuriolk Inland.] UOTTEUS. For p'.'orv j "U nee or traction thereof. For delivery within tho Common wealth 0 1 Frrr delivery in tbo British Ern . pi re ... 0 1 J or deliverv in the Now Hebrides, and lorrea Inlands ..0 3 for 0.'in crv in other placea .... 0 i.ElTEK CAllDS. Ftfr d 'firm- within the Commonwealth: ftV'gft), H. each; reply, Id. ouch half. Por n^Iifr-Ty m the British Umpire (tut? list of places tuidor "Letters )—Sin gle, Id. each. For. delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, »n.l Tnrivs Islands—Single, I'd. each. For delivery in other places— Sinfilo, -{U. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed ivith the Id. Mump, and Mopl\ or double cards, each half of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted to place? within the Commonwealth, and to thc"ie places, enumerated undoi "Iii-ttern,1' t...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 20 January 1914

Public Notioo Clearing Male of Miilinery \/f IKS HYEIW iooflf'Hng the balanco of It I bcr Snninmr Stock at priceB tir bn low cost. Trimmed Uifcg trcm 4j lid. Untrimmrd FUt > from le, Children'* Hats And Bonnets from 1b II i, ^biJdroti4fl Ob»fJon Veils 9rt, Rtn;w Pl-ttlJ Gd caoli, Smhep, Orcme, WUitu mid Canted, 2a lid. 3j Gi, ond 3a lid. Fiowen Gd, rJd and 1?. Millinnry L ssooe—15 for 7b Gd, Single XiQSBODQ le, •* Address—"Hillview," Wimmera St. Biighton ^saiifiiuar G. . Crowther, M.A.L.L.D, SECOND MASTER 1 H A Cravwlher. ,ft Dtp Edf THE S'ohonl ia situated shoot 10 tainaUb' walk from the Brighton station, and five minntes from tbo Brighton oleotrio railway. B.-l rdera bave the art* of reanlar -ea batbing, tbe Sohoo being withifi taay diRtanoo of tbo sea, rJ lie Bobnol aima at imparting a thorough groundwork of education np 10 tbe Standard of the 8on or Po-iio Exminntioo of tbo University of M* bourn*', «<r whtre rfeeirod, to ibe poiDl where a boy may eatf>r com mer...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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The Child's Story. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 20 January 1914

Tlie Child's Stoi'y. Supt. Morris then proceeded with ilie examination of the witness, who said that she resided with her p.irenta *t Great Western.. She knew th iccused, who lived on the other side of the railway lino from her paren''B house, Witness, together with her sister Bsryl and her brother John 'ook a tricycle to Bullock's to be mended on a Monday She was not sure of the date, but it w?.s in Jan uary. Ballock was at hainf. All went inside. Bullock being in the workshop. Witness asked accused if he would mend the tricycle, and he agreed. Witness went inside the house, into the front room and bed room ; the other children were with her. Witness took a picture book oil' the table, and was reading i< whsti tha children called accused into the room, Bullock thowed them some pictures of women dressed in robes and riding a uorse. Some of the ligureu were nude. A copy of " Popular Mechanics" fpro duced) was tho book referred t >. Her brother and eister then went home,...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 20 January 1914

PERSONAL. An cng/tii- mi nt is annonnci-d bo twivn Mr Willi,nil Shcrwin llonder son, aoomd son d1 Mr ami Mis Henderson, i f Uev/ilt Street, Stiuvcll, ami Miss Muriuu Scolt, only daugh ter of tho late Mrs Thomas ricr.tt. of '•lvycleii"," 1/unont Street, Struct. Mr It. I!. Olnter, IS. A., left Stawe.ll ycsU'ril.iy for a momIih' holiday in Melbourne. Or FraiicN Al.-tnnllack, of Sr Ar nuud, on Tuenday cell briited tlie (15111 iimii\vrsru y of Mis landifg -,tfc liohson's Uiy. II) is 77 y«ars of an ' Mr Iirne:;f, Crouch, nno of tho principal tnmiboii't players of the Muitou liiin :iiu:e i n lounation, oud son of Mr NV. Crouch, builder and caFpentir, bun accepted a trade position at Trai.ilf.on, where his musical ability will be availed of under Bandmaster T.inaoy, recently lot Muiloa. Last week th« bande ! men prcoenl.nl Mr Croudl with a ; pair of ai^ cr-t'.'iclied brushes and a I g-nt's outfit, witihiny bini evory suc cess in lii.i now quarters. He left Murtoii for Tr.inilgoti on Tuesday...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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£1 16S 8D A DAY. Sewing Bags of Wheat 40 Bags an Hour [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 20 January 1914

£1 16S 8D A DAY. Sewing Baga of Wheat 40 Bags an Hour line sewing is a ae&oonable topic, and there baa broo a good deal of riHcut-Bion Uuly in Naiimuk [BO'S**30 "Mail") aB to how many biga o( wheat exporioooed men conid eew per boor. Many praotioal men oay that to eew from 100 to 120 bajjs as delivered from tho harvester is a g3od day's work, Mr Frank Wollerraanu, formerly of that rtiBtriot, recently offerod to put op £10 t-h&t be could domp with bis kaoo and saw 83 bago au hoar. Bai u foat has btun ftooompbebeol in Sooth Australia which will Eot the Wwt Wiramora knighla of twine and ne»'dlo thinking-and talking, Wc c'ip the following from tbo Adelaide ■Chronioie" 'A oonple of yoars aqo Mr Jamoa Oorluy, jun,, bod of Or J, L)arloy, of Georgetown Dietrio* Council, created a record by tilling and Bowiui: 327 bij?a of wheat; in one day. LaeL yeir, 5 yoang farmer, Mr Gordon Dunaford, of Hedbill, oioily completed 425 bitja in one day. On Monday list Mr Darky uewed 140 bug*...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 20 January 1914

iMPOIU !ff TO LADIES Ij. u » >vre • tut to nolo thftf .Mf'l). i\t Cjlfiariif .^uprrh^Unijont of Ni'iirn lit aUh i;o., M .ibuume, will in 'uturo ho viciting Muv.rll l.ba third l uinrifty in ov{«ry month, nt Uio rjprctM r qtj-»i. of paMfi.t-1, Mrot (Miff mln j»i?xt vmil vw111. iuU«> plnco on iho 20 h J uumry, when >iho will b«i 8f!"i> n» iho I'umnteroitH lloul from 10 r» m. I) 7.30 p*ni. Specially notf, Lom t me, Lmdi. H who hutiUh is causing ; •him tu.xh ty iiro in to uiako a p tuu of oniHulh'nt,' Mru C*lfff->r«f and lG*rn h H from h<«r Iww iioml h-:>tth may bo ro finri'ii l.i ilicm. N i ohur^'i will bo rufirf© for i.li" runruli'Min-i or isiviou. Meanwhile H'• i it 2 i for fr«'o " N^tora " il ft 1th ! Onm-il*.;11«'» by M'f) CI ff >rd Ijornulf I HP'O.f. i> lor w.-.mi'ii ami Address : 1 !)• [)nr'n,'2!, "Nature" Health Co., I iU Eliz .bi'vh-tnn-it., Mrlbotirno. Mre \ , (M-ff >n\ will oirry »v ftjli p.u/)ply of all m«Miio»nr\—M,H. I ho N .turn Htjuli...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 20 January 1914

A VALUABLE RUNDOWN" Turn ploBHed to Imvu this opportunity mf txprosaiu^ our (jratiludo and K°od wislien foe yoar uxoollcDt remedy Rcxoaa, Biaaci X liuve had cllnrgo ot I ho Nowtowu Soooor Football Club I bave been UBint> nothing bat Ki>xona for inassnxlnR nftl r training ojiorationB, and I am delighted will) (be I'eaalle I havo obtained from same. All (be Olob'owear by lliia nnu, nnri I can O'/jifcieuiJ < uiti'ur/juu'iiiri "M>-dowii /.II Aihld-s. I>«y Xti.i.iit'n-fomn 1:5 .Viotrslla • sfciiajd IiJvd n, pot. (i| R»t.»n». :ct [ am ii-r« Hiht nil Atliliilea vyi'.l iiwd it ;i)8l ex t! !oi:t, ' " . . •Vvlsliirii; you every ncwm, wi'fc this lin'i, and 3d»ii''!nj( you" nl my highest ap (irtolatiou of sc.no,- I »ia, Mnceirl? yonrn, | WillUm l/onlou I'iyn<-, i'minst . rwtown , 8oaooriJootbi.il '.'lob, Sonio'.Jn, JTS.W,1 I Rosonu i« Hold »!■ 1c huj Sj, Ublain ibis ursrv-Jhsttr J I

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Boxing. MoGOORTY-SMITH CONLEST. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 20 January 1914

Boxing-. muuooutv-b.uau con ieyr. Thuu n Sydney wrilor " Nothing for i\ lon^ timu (mst lino cso.toil no muu'h L .ik uu iho ho ofl-baud of Dav«> Smith by Kdtilo M'Onnny, i was Ki-neraJiy oon c^.h-imi .'<■> .\i!-,rHljun ouula keep ,i<» .iuufiMD b Itft book ho worn.! i'-v ii\t 10 tnxud-1 oat nud gm tho j ici.'iv.fi on j.oiHU'. S) 'ithNappetire(i to ba •t I'vUer b:iii'V 'ban al'Uoorty, judfluijj by ' l)av«i wua juat uh O'.nftb if. biu^t-r »uf .'i t :»b was Jim Sullivan wn-'5» b* wtiufc auUer to Jerry .VaiV'tuu wiilu.-u' ra-iltiatf muob effort to do ii»ytb!»K* ! <'1" afrw*-' Ballivap bo* a bad i i?ijinu hie n.-rival oar bozoro wv.-o , Mat won*; to ftvi i&o ^u&ii pobitiuo—uervcB warn Ovi«> Vunjj <1 >y did not hfcvo. tVfrou &'.r i^i-av'-y Biiji-i-* informed tuo ovof lbs 'jIiwvuj K#i; - .'fjn Hy» (bat Oars Hmilh wfiB tlown tolUl. Sl'b. I know thinif" wu o tKit "Oiuji ri^ht. 1 KiK'na'jd ho l,id no' tori well »nil...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 20 January 1914

i until you are worse bcloro il starting a campaign against 3 disease. No matter how slifjht may lie your indisposition your A jj duly to yourself demands tliat Jj il Immediate steps he taken to disperse it. Of course, you expect to E<-'t better and not worse, but where heallli is in v, question you an; never justified S in leaving anythini! lo chance, () and. as is well known, indis position,instendnidisappearing jj c, o( its own sweet will, frequently U develops serious disorders if .7 neglected. Your safest course I; is to 1 take | i (PSLLS | (! which are the World's finest tt P household remedy for the cor- ^ i rection of derangements of the l! j 'stomach, livor, or kidneys. f} Slight headaches, loss of lite, a nasty taste in the mouth and offier little symptoms of that sort are indications of digestive disorder, und may be regarded ns Nature's warning ql vyorse troubles to follow il CBUfje of prpsenf £»il; merit be"not speedily removed, Doa't wait until to-morrow but...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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R[?] [?] LADIES RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 20 January 1914

ill.!-? >-ilOOU!ig\ LaDw. / lat'LE OLUB. A. ni»ietui^of tin' above wau litld in Ibo Muuhtiiiicit' Idd.itu'.j on Xiiurbauy ovcuiu^:, tbu following ituliL-u btMin prustjuL—(J-H)t iS.icif (hi tu-j oMuu), M'j.tfiunj-jti G. Gmy, U. Gmy, Uiud, Wei Hj«j, Void, Woou, i'looior, uhd G >ucitiOi , Arrr»iif;ouj u.u wi»i«j ru ulo for tbo mulch botWfiMi tii» JL'oinuiiul Kifl i lub iu.ii the Stawtll L i Jit o '.j nuk<i u t'iiuo. un J*n Ut> h, The follow ij; wt?rc otlta:. il L'aj.i E»ik-,utni iMct-rt niiu - G. Gray, U, Gr:'.), iitiJU, Ntulauil, iJ«uUlu», UulMldUlJ, l^r-eland, W>.uii, iJuU, UiKm'^re, M'ljoun, baxt.ju, Vrotln.ru, uiu» ..jilUiu Uoudauu, Uoki, iUoccuui, J/ciuiitfj Altt^uobblli aim Thojo who o.i»r}ot uiike il)o irin will kiD-lly lei- ihu ULcrcmry liuo\y by Wed* lit mliy. A practice alioot wi.l bii Ihh.i to-uiorrow ufternoou,

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OBITUARY. Mr Isaac Smith. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 20 January 1914

OBITUARY Mr Isaac Smith. i ISarly on Sunday morning tba deftib i took place of Mr Itj&uo Smith, a,wu-ll-kuo»vQ and redpoctjj romdout, the oiaao baiag typhoid ftver tind pneumo tia. Deoeafled, who was 58 yenra of a^o, baa for i\ n^mbac of veuro followed tbo ocoupation of a K*rdoner. Ho h&a boen in indifloraot : hoiltb for 3c.mo limy, *nd abou- a lurtui^bb I Ui{0 waa Btviie t with an af.aoic of tyybuid fuver, ou wbich pneumouu Buptrvotied, 1 lie leaveH ft widow and ^rowo up family. Tbo decoaned took a keen iotorost in the .vork of the Salvation Army, and oonduolad n Sunday aobool OU03 among tbu obildceQi The funeral took pluco yuaterday altarnooQi tho ocffiii btin# preuueded by the tJalvaiioa Army band, wbilo Lticro waa a largo num boc of follovvora. Xhe sirvjosa at tbu ^rafe Qido wero cunduosed by l£»eign Auams.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Turf ARARAT TURF CLUB. FEBRUARY 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 20 January 1914

Turf AIUUiT iUnF CLUB. FEI5UIUKY ■itb. Arrangement? "tu now welt ia hand for I bo Arar.il Turf (Jlub'a nu-o i??g, wbiob fcafcea place on February 4. On (be o^rd \Q Th« Trial, 0 failon^jj, JE^IO ; Poyy Knot, 5 tUflongn, £ 10 ; A.r&iu- LiauiMoap, ubua a £-15 ; LV»to uud I'uctiu, o.cb 5J for loit,4-, uuob jjUO ; uud tbo i'rot, 2 imiue, £15. Huininutiuna olcoo ou tt-.uurday, 24tb iuBt,, and wui^btu will bo declared ou Thuruduy, 2'Jth iubf. Oaiy iiau wuutbur is waotod to enaaro a inoit uuuiKusful and tipjoyablu gatucruitf. Tno full pro^ruaiuj-j upptmrd lu auoitaer oolumu.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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