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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 22 January 1914

y&NNOT SAY TOO MUOU i/'OR U'. I hove found (.bamborlmVa Oolio i m£r!^°U\ {lira0,ly t0 bo t,lu moct valuoa medlolne I have tvor used,' writtg Mr 4tttaUB!!M°li,.H; Niobolaon Struct fbn'^nnh''ton, Vio In f00ll l0nnnct ! too mnoh in tavoc of it ag a ollro for oolio fjUrtuoea or j paing in the atomaob. jl bave UBtsd it for myoolf and for mcmboro of my family and havo rooommended it to dojsns of Itionde' Sold by T .T Wrinl, .BdO».P.y.I(W,1.ndGb|K;oB%^«blj

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bowling [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 22 January 1914

Bowling Stawoll WhiJoa beat the Bines voatorday aftomooo by C8 to 48.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NEWS CricKet. STAWELL BEATS MURTOA. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 22 January 1914

SPORTING MWS CricKet. S'i'AWEHj BE AT 3 MURT6A. The Siawell tenm joarnoyed to Marios yesterday and Bucooeded in defeating tho looih by 4 wkie and one rnn. Murtoa made 143, SUwoll replyinR with 144 for G nkls, Tho game was won jast on time. Kailwaya will play Great Western on Saturday, and will leave by dra# at 1.80. Railways will bo chosen from Jackson, Geaney, Dnun, Uniaoko. WhtUy, Milbnrn, •^orivener, otankun, JonkinBon. KobeoD, LynBkoy, OolleD, Campbell, Pybua and Weai.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANIMAL JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914

ANIMAL JUSTICE. Many auiuials, birds, and insects linvo courts of justico as well as men. Huts doal in a drastio manner with tlit'ir malefactors. When an oilunco against rat law is discovered a couit mnrtial is hastily convened, which is characterised by much squoaling a-'d scurrying about as tiro culprit is ar raigned beforo his judges. The verdict is generally ono of "guilty," and ira mcdiatoly this is agrcod upon the wliulo nrmy of rats pounco upon tho unfortu nate ofFondor and devour him. A bonver tliat is idle and refuses to work is at one© boycotted, banished, and hounded out of the colony, and, no furthor notice boing taken of liim, ho pinos away, broken-hearted. Sparrow law must bo of an extrome Iv rigid nature, judging from tho numerous court-martials held by them. When you hear tho savngo chirpings and hasty fluttorings in tho eaves and on tlio roof of your houso you may be sure that somo unfortunate transgres sor of bird law is having storn justice moted out to him by his...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE MOUSE AND THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914

THE MOUSE AND THE HOUSE. ''Mother," said little Betty, with & sigh, '*1 wish w© lived in a big house, with a verandah and a carriage drive, liko Katie's." Mother broiled at lior little girl, "Shall I toll you a littlo story," alio said. "Oh yes," said Betty. ''Well," bogan mother, "it's about tlireo baby mice who lived in a hole with their mother. They were happy littlo mico so long as they were young, but as soon as they began to grow they put ou airs, and then—but you know how it is with people who think themselves too good for their surroundings. "One day the oldest mouso, who by this time was quite a young lady, said: "Jieally, mamma, I do wish you'd re inovo. I am so tired of this littlo hole, and I'm ashamed to ask other girls here to seo met" " 'So ain I,' said the second daughter and the third agreed with the other two. " 'Well, my dears, it was good enough for mo and for my mother and my mother's mother.' But the daught ers went on grumbling until, at last the mothe...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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FOR YOUNG FOLKS. "RECOVERING" ALL RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914

FOTl YOUNG FOLKS. _ o "1!KCOVKIUNO" AMi lUOHT. ■I'll,, following letter is from n nmnll |,nv I" his mother, who hml sent liim into the country tu recover from an illness: >«,<) "Dear A1 inn,—I torgot to write bo lore. Mo mid somo othors boys went out in n yesterday, nnd the bout turned ovor, but u nmn got mo on* alright. This morning wo woro out for I, liike ride, nnd I fell over ami nut me ),,.ad. And to-nitflit wo ,'ivc going to set light to ft lmystiiok nnd let Mr. >s chickens out of their cages. So l think wo will onjoy oursolvos. I fill inch bottor now. —Your lovmg soil, Tom."

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOVABLE LITTLE LADS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914

LOVABLE LITTLE LADS. Much of the innrkoting in Grooco is dono at a very early hour, and it is nothing uncommon for a woll-to-do merchant to sot off at <1 o'clock in tho morning to buy provisions for tho noon day breakfast, whilo the air is cool and fresh, and a dclicious breezo blows in from tho sea. As ho nears tho market ho is surrounded by a swarm of morry little follows who carry deop baskots strappod on their backs, and selecting olio of the.so as his hcnchtnan ho drops fcis purchases into his basltot, porfcctly certain that thoy will reach homo un touched and in safety. Greek market boys aro honest as tho day, and, al though liko all their countrymen, thoy aro most inquisitivo and independent, you could scarcely find moro lovable little lads. Whether at work or at play, thoy aro always to bo trusted, and tho love of beautiful sights and sounds, which is part of their very nature, makes them far moro intelligent than tho peasantry of othor lands.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS. Crisp Clips from our Contemperaries. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914

N WS OF OUR NEICHBOHS. Crisp Clips ironi our Conl/iuipor ariua. Mra J. Gainc, of Minyip, whilst engaged in nurflfug duties at the r«sidunce of Mr II. Bngchen, it few miles from Minyip, over ilmm and a half years nco, lost a p-iir nf spec- | tacles. Last wok Mr Bttsoht-n noticed something shining in a inag. pie's nest, and on climbing tho tree was surpri8"d to see tho spectacles in the centre of ih<> ne»i, which also I contained tin, barbed wire, rags, mid even hafpina. Two Stnait Mill rcuiden's one night Inst week destroy «d between 100 and 501) rabMts by moans of sliced carrots nlightly sprinkled with strychnine. Tho rabbit* had ilnee feeds previously on non-poisonous carrots.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(All RtGHre RESERVED.) COMPLETE STORY. ON THE CLIFFS BY THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914

(All KlOHta EuifcTio.) COMPLETE STORY. ON THE CLIFFS BY THE SEA. By Alice Maud Meadows. Author of "One Life Between," "I Charge You Both," "The Eye of Fate," "Days of Doubt," "An Inno cent Sinner," etc. "I'olthorpe Farm? Yes, six—nine miles from here; but n»y little raard will get you there in next to no time.'' Clement Sterling: looked somewhat surprised. "Nine miles!" he repeated. "The advertisement said five." "Very like, sir," said the Jehu, who was evidently a Cockney, though his landau stood outside the railway sta tion of i'enzance. "As the crow flies it's not more than that, but by road it's a good nine miles. Any luggage, sir?" Clement Sterling pointed to a pile of luggage, over which a countrified porter kept guard. "That little lot is | mine," he answered. "Be careful with .my easel'and cameras. I'd better have them inside. Thanks—that will do. You need not hurry your horse—I've .■plenty of time at my disposal." "Very good, sir. And, I beg your pardon, but—are you a teeto...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914

Motor Cycles J~ AM now stocking Precision Motor Cycles And oao supply yoa wit tne best MOTOR OYOLR in tbe market at the right price PRECI810H8 bold more rccorde than any other make. I bavo 3& Prcoieiooa ; also cbe Frcol^ioa Big 4 now on hand. This ie tbe ideal tonriDg motor oyole. Oall and inspeot ak HUTTLE* 'H OYOLE DB VOT, j D'Acv 8< ,1 Btawoll West I

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANIMALS STRIVE FOR THE IDEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914

animals strive for thf" ideal. It swims rather unusual lo s||, love ami marriage in co»iimi ^ ■' animals. vet it is an establish,.,i Hint practically ,.vcry for,,, „f 'Jtl age contract known to mai, foutul in the animal world. ll; the entire animal world has ^ ing for the ideal form of lln, "''K' and in so .loin* has ,„ss,d tlic same stages as has j * search for the highest Inn,, >l( u'i. "s Many animals have neaily 'r''"' """, """ -'PPr,,;«■],Cl, this ideal stage. and othirrs tuv,. a • ed further away from ii ,iKm , were in the beginning. ' The. general belief that al', anii»;,]s are polygamous is an entuu'ous 0lK, based on the knowledge of our ,|n,nc' tic animals. Like man, the host |ypc of animal has but one mate. There are four distinct forms of marriage among monogamous aaj, mals. The first closely resembles the trial marriage, and is the type rcpre sentcd' by moose. The male moost selects the male that pleases him is faithful to her as Ions as she pleases him. When she can ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOAP AND SCENERY. The Advertising Agent and the Sister Rocks Sergeant Usher Reports On Council's Decision. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914

SOAP AND SCENERY. Tho Advertising and the Sinter Rocks Sergeant Usher Reports On Council's Decision. Tho en'erprising advertiper who, armed with a paint pot, recently be. took himself to the Sister Kocka, and departing, left behind him—not foot prints on thb Bands (if timo—but "Use Blank's Soap for Boy's Dirty L'eet," was again recalled to the minds of the Borough Council at last HVnnine's meeting, when Scrgt Usher submittod the following re port;— I I have to report that I lint! a-l motion was carried at tho lat-t meet ing of the Council, to the effect that iIih perHon who caused a large ad vertisement to bs painted on tho Siator Hockj, should be prosecuted. I have to statu that I have carefully gone through tho borough bye-laws, and I fail to Find any clause therein by which I could take proceeding!? on behalf of the oonncil. There is no doubt that it ia an offence for any person t'> wilfully cause damage or injury to any property, whether pub- | lie or private. But at the same...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMERICAN HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914

AMERICAN HUMOUR. Truo Courtesy.—Lady (at piano): "They say you iovo good music.'1 Voulli: ''Oil, that doesn't matter. Pray go on." * » # ♦ # Consoling Her,—Old Atmfc (despond ently) : Well, I shall not bo a nuisance to you mudi longer." Nephew (reas suringly); "Don't talk like that, auut; you know you will.-' No Bargain.—"It strikes mo that young Tonvilliger is rather a shiftless lot. What aim in life has i>2 " 'l think lio rafch'-r hopes to marry a rich wife." "It's •' vain hope. Any woman with money, whether old or young, who star's out to buy a husband can easily shop around here and do better than he." « # « « • Suspicious.—An old negro was taken ill and (Milled in a physician of his ov;u race. After a- time, as there were no signs of improvement, he asked for a white dor-tor. , Soon after arriving, Doctor—felt the. ['old man's pul.so, and then oxamined his tongue. "Did your other doctor tako your temperature?" lie asked. 'M don't know, bo*.s," reo.'i^d the sitjk negro. "I ha...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914

Clearing Sale of Miilmery \ H IKS HYftM 10 ofOrintf (bo imlttuoc of l?'i. her J5uuiuK»r Stock fifc prjouo Mr bo J-)\y co.st. Trimmed Unto from -ii lid, TJnirimmcd 11ni--i from 1p, OhildrtriV Hata uml UonnuU from lo lid, OliiMrnn'u Chiffon Yoiln OJ, BUuw Plait i {) 1 oaoh, Oft-ino, Whitr ft»fi Co ored, 2o lid, 3d tiJ, ntui Ha lid. Fiowur^ 01, 'Jd und lo. Millinery Ii-c^ona — 1;» for 7a lid. Single 1 Lm"BOUO 43 ^.dclreow—"liillviow," Wimniora St. M!& iSfl&UWIISTOfli WHO hiui li.nl ohuruu of Muoor Tumor (iron. Cycle Depot, Muin Ijtrcot, for uomu timo aa tnutiH^ot, wiohou it to b.i oiiutu known lhat ho huo (started buijiuooa at ihu imao :da&o on hja own be> hair whun t\U brandies at iho work will bo o'irnod ou qej acaal. Strict attouSiou will bo flivou to all orderu untreated to hinj. Ail 1UFLE KEQUISITKb i" btJok. vfuot opened up to-duy a largo auBortuiuot) of FltiHINti YftCHLB of tlio Jutost irmUo, All iruUea of OARTniDUGQ Blocked, bIbo Broach Kifl* and l\j»...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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POETRY OF THE WEEK. BETWEEN FRIENDS [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914

POETRf OF THE WEEK. DETWKKN FRIENDS "O Selim, you gave mo a glorious ride! Nock 1»v nock — close to Starliizlit—you kept side ?»y side. And the words that .lack whispered you couldn't, hut- lie;}]-, For 1 saw your eye wink, and you pricked up one ear. And when ho loaned over and kissed mo, I hid; For 1 know you wore pooping—-vcs. | Selim, you <Iid! j Now, answer inc. Selim. was Mint only man's way?'' j And Selim replied with a comforting j neigh. I "Mamma tries forever to make me bo- i lievo ! That man is a monster who lives to do- ! oeive; j That 'far from the »\ve* meaneth 'far j from the heart'; ^ I 'Whore 'tis easy to love that 'tis easy J to part/ ' Do you think .Jack loves me. you hoard j what he swore— ! Is it true I'm an angel ? He vowed so I —and more. I Speak. Selim, you know man's queer | customs and ways." And Selim responded with two dis- I tinot neighs, I 4<0 Seliiu, you're wrong 1 Sure, you misunderstood ; Mv Jack Us too truthtiul, too noblo and ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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STAWElL BOROUCH COUNCIL. Fortnightly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914

S'AWElL BOKOUCH COUNCIL. I Fortnightly Mooting. Tho fortnightly mooting of tho I3oronuh Cotmnil was hold in tho Couuoil Ghtimbora lane iurIu. Preaonfc :— J, \ L-irk<tn, (Mayor), G Mahnko, 0. F. Groonwood, VV. A Whitford. F, J Hurry, fl. KdhonBo J, Dulaiil, (Jrorar, 1). MttaMl, O Mitobt ll and (1 Binith. An npology tvaa roooivod for tbo nboonoo of Cr G barney Oarroapondonoo From t'ublio Worka I) jn-irtmont, up* proving of oonnoit'a contribution of £60 towacdo LUo coat of tho road to Hall'a Qap, — Keonived. From IMr A 3. Olomnp, complaining of thu nitmu*ir n» whiah tho railway orodHintf gatea as Sonby Btruut waru workod, thereby onining inooiivfnionoe to vehiou'ar traffic.- ' Lotter to bo forwtvruod Vo the fcl>V\>oo raaaur. U'com U. A. M'Lean, Stawall Woafc, applying for to carry on buainoesa aa a di-fll'T under tho ulnrino StJrea and Old Mf'ftla Act.—No oliju-tinn Ffom D Siiff, oomplivinin'2 of tho etuo of Moonlight Btruoi by drift Band-On iho m .tion of Ura Dorry an...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRAMPIANS ASSOUIATION. STAWELL v. HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914

gkampian3 assooxation. Sl'MVKljti v. HAMILTON. llio following vo hoon uolootod to re- | prooonied Htowcll a^ainft Hamilton, fit flio I laUor pluoo on Fonndnt-on Day (Monday next), icnvltifj S;awo|| on iho day of t'au m-itou by t'10 G a.m., trainfi : — Clarion* old, G'irtor, ''runoton, Ubttdwiok, A. H^ndoroon, H, Uondiirooo. L. (J , Phillips, O. Mitoholl. I A E, Morrio. Yonnp, Wbitooidp, Whit ford. Trond, A. Andoraon, Barnes, He?, i Mauliow. Tho tram wi I bo ftblft broakfast at Ararat on tho otirnoy down. i

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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COMBINED PICTURES. Band and Progress Association. Central Park, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914

COMBINED PICTURES. Bai)d and Progress Association. ! Central Park, Monday Niglit. I The Band and Frotfreea Association will pat on another oI their combined enter tainments on Monday evening, for wbioJj a first-class programme has bcon prepared. First in order of merit comes " A Rom*nf.s of Erio," a pictorial Glory wbioh oannot fail to tooob a respousiye obord in the bear*, of every Iriobmau. Tbo drama is stayed amidst ibo natural boauby spots of (ho Emerald iale. Sensation tjaloro is provided by 41 Ama&'a Dream," ia which the hero haa somo mar'tiag adventareB with B lion, Tlioro wilt also bo a specially selec* ted Western dram*. l'i:e comedy section is panionlarly ptrong, pach Lira btiiug amon# the flrtf flight. Tba otbor department are well represented. Taken all ronod, tbo pro^rammo Is a Tery line onr, nod (hose who arc not pres. ont in Central Park on Monday nighf, wdl/ roiad a piptoria! treat.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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PENNANT MATCHES, STAWELL WHITES DEFEAT BLUFS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914

i'ENNANT MATOUKB, S'tAWELL WiilTEB DEFEAT ISLUt'S. The third rouud of the ponnant com j politiou v;aa oontinuod on Wodnoeduy i fiffcornooo, wbon (ho kSt/nvi]l V/hiko i dcfoaled a woaU o^poaiiig oombiniHioo of j Iho UIuob. Tho fyllowiD^ nro U)u dotnit fiooroaf 1 WhitcG. Young, Paton, U. llondercon, A, J£. Morris (oopt) ,, ., .. li'J Uoluioe, Wiihordeo, Troiid, lituneu (Oftpt) .. ., i)0 W, Morris, Liudocy. VYhitcsidu V/hitlord (0&p4) <* *» \ J liluoo. Olarko, Avohibuld, Amhony, A OflndnrBon (oopt) •» ,. .. 1.) Smith, Butobor, Cl«Uitfholtf, Ij» Pbillipa (oapi) ., ,» .,1(3 King, Bootk. W. Mitchell, Xtotfa* <«»p») .ia #

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914

RUfcUJMAHH&I Dt? Hhcldon'd ilagnotio Liaimom rouiovo more caoee of rheumatism ovary year (hat fill tbo so-oallod ihsuin »ti9iu tnedioinu oorabiuL-d. It will ponotrato to your Vtiry bono? and coothe ao-l ouMue tbo p»io [ The tir&t nppIiai(ion will ro!iovr, and ood- ; Untied u^o will briny ahoaj. marvellous ro- | anit-'. I'rico, lj Gd) oud^od. Obtuiunbto Gvorywhc»r«. A nmritd oouplo advortioca iu thin iesue for ooo or ',wo faruUhcd rauiau. TWO DOSES QLtm KKMKF. « I am anbjetf to bowl tronbJcc whioh oaneo pain and incoovouionor,' writer Mr Alfred Wftuu, i»;5 Auburo lid,, Aobarn Vio. Hu<i t vo doaos oi Obambsrlain'tj Uolio, and Diarrhoea Kemedy give immediate relief 1 am pleased to know th&fe tboro is anob a fl*fo and oorttia remedy ab Chambsrlata'ft UoUo aod Diarrhoea Remedy and altvayi keo» a bofcUa bandy,' SoM by T \S Wright & Ob Prop Lid., sod 0 P &n& otonulifc * /

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