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STAWELL HIGH SCHOOL. The Coming Year [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

STAWELl HIGH SCHOOL. Tho Coming Yoar I The Bchool will re.opnn on Tnes | day, February 3rd, at i) a.m. On 'Monday,' 2nd February, th'i head master (Mr J. II. Warren, U.A.. and Mr H. I'. Beimcti will be in attend unco nt the 11 li School [loin 10 a.in to -1 p.m (or enrolling nsw pupils Purmits who wish to interview the head master in resprct to the course of stud} arc cordially invitod :» attend. Vol' the convenience of those imrentfl who cannot atimid on Mon day, Mr Warivn wi'l be at the Town Mall on !29ih in.it from 11 to 12, when he will bo pleased lo nivc infor mation in regard to school mut'era. Pupils who urn presenting thorn selves for the supplementary exams should also see Mr Warren. Atten'ion is drawn to tho fact that during thiH year a Hmior Public Class will bo formed lo enabln pupils to matrioulat", and sp cial attention will bb given to thr>M preparing for eotmneroial life, public somes, teaching and the University; also to tbosa taking the preparatory in dustrial co...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Stawell Railway Goods sheds (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "STAWELL NEWS") [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

Stawell Railway Gootlu shodp (To The Editor of Tun "Biaweli, News") Bib.—Upon visiting tho abovo for tbo purpose of obtaining goode, it io ofton yory difiUalb to aBcott&in whether tboy ato on hand or not, owing to tbo waybills being either looliod up in v, drawer, or otowed away iu ono of tho employees' pookola. To romody thiu I wonld unggesi Ibat after tbo arrival of caoh tram, a list of tbo coil oifiDCGQ for whom ^oodo bavo arrived Choroid bo pouted oniuido tho otaoo of tho goodo abudo, ao io doua in oihur tov7nu. 'i'hia certainly would b^vo n largo amount of both tbo publio'u and tbo railway OtiioiuU' time. Ono iunovatiou that I am ftfltomoheit At io tho olociin;; of tbo goodH Bhoda during tbo day from 12,00 to 1,130, Thin may, or may not suit bueinoDO people ffhooo uhopo aloso at tbo uamo puriod, but it iu lot illy QQaatiofaotot'y for tho farming Qomwumty, ffho cannot uford to wroIq thi> hour oopeoialiy at (his bauy fioaoou of tht ys&r. Hoping that tbo old oyu...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

CORRESPONDENCE Wu openour columns to bou i tido e.omioumcitlou oil public affairs, but wo do not tlioroby emioraa tho oninjonfl, or holil oursoivosrospousible for tlio statoraonts of our corronpondonta. Lottorp muat bo accompanied by tho uarno and address of the wntor, tbono being required as * guarnutoo of good faith and not uocoafiarily for publication 1 iJusinnhK lottnrH to bo uJdrosHod to tho manngftr j All htorury lcattornud correspondence for public , tiou muat bo addroeBed to tho Editor aud uot | to mombera of tho Htall Correspondents are ro<iuo«te<» to writo on one uido of tlio papor. (Tome Editoii oFi-rim "Sxawell News") Sir,—Kindly allow me to deny tho statement mado in the "Argus" last week, thut tho harvesters at Marnoo were offering their services lor 12s a day. The rural workers of the Marnoo district have Btood firm for log rates all through the harvest, and are being paid log raies on tho marnoo farms. Yours, etc., ONE WHO KNOWS.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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A THIRTY-FOOT FALL, STAWELL YOUG M[?]NS DEATH. shocking Injuries [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

A THIRTY-FOOT FALL, STAWELL VOUNS IM'SOu^T, shocking- Injuries A shocking accident, nttctnled wiili fatal resnliH' occurred at Moke, pi 11 y about 10 a.ui on Sunday, the victim boing Hiohard Norman l{an. die, 20 years of age, who residua with bin widowed mother at bhirrif[ street, Htaxvell West, A party of young mon flet out from Slawell for ttie Mokopilly Crot 1; early on Sunday morning, Handle taking thrcrt companions—Loslic CJnarrwll (his cousin), Lvalio Uush and William Btown—with him to a tree, in the hollow brunch of which the youiik' men had ascertained there was a beehive, With tho intention of ending off the limb Kandln climed (ha tree, and had nearly comploted tha ta«k when I he oalli'd to hin companions, "Ilcac her crockLooking up the party were horrified to see Bundle falling ; to the ground, which ho struck with torrilic foroe. Tho unfortunate ; young ruan fell a distance of about 30 feet, and death must have been al i moat instantaneous. 1 Dr Forshaw was immediately su...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Boxing. WELTER-WEIGHT OHAMPIONSHIP McCORMICK BEATS HOLBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

Boxing. WELTElt-WEIGHT OIUMI'IOUSHIP,. UoCOUMlCE BEA'IS HOLBEKG. Tlio control for tbo weltor-weigbt obam piooalii|i of the world, boiwoon Tom MaCormiolc (KaRlsnd) and Wftldptmt HolberK (Denmark) M Melbourne on Satar. day nigbt, woe won by MoOormiok. Hoi born waa disqualified in tbo sixth round (or porsiRtoDt liiitiag below tho belt, lb waa a moat uneatiafaotory oontoat, and' tba Uane wso repeatedly bootod for bis taoliovo. UiiGCJlB MBHliQAN KNOOKliD'OUTi At Sydpayfon «a'turda> 'nigljl. nduhlo UebtgaD, iijjbt-waijbt otaamJon or Ani ttalia, was Knookod out in tbo lift roond by Milbaro Btylor (Amsrlot,,

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

PERSONAL. j Miss Mahnke, daughter of Ct Mahnke, has been awarded fire prize for the best exhibit of piece of carved furuituro, and first for leather i work lit the Ballurat Exhibition. Mr II. Roger, who has been teller at the local branch of the Union Bank for the past nine months, has received notice of his transfer to the Shepparton branch. On Thursday evoning, Mr .lames Wediiall, head-master of the Hamp ton State School was entertained by the school commit tee and a number of his friends, prior lo hla departure to take charge of the Stawell Stale Bchoel. Mr Weddell was presented with a travelling bag, and also re ceived an illuminated address from the scholai), with whom be was very popular. At the conclusion of the council business on Friday night, Super intendent A. E. Morris was present by invitation, when an adjourn ment was made to the Mayor's room for the purpose of bidding Mr ""Morris farewell prior to his retire ment from the police force on Friday next. The Mayor (Cr J.j...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

VALUABLE KOB-DOWN nity 4 i'am pleased to hato tbiu opporku od of e'Jpreuaidtf our gratilndo and good wish c for yonr osoollcni remedy Rcxona, Sino I have hail charge of tbe Nowtown Soooo* Football Club 1 bavo been uoiog nothing bat Rerona for tnaco&flinf? nftor training operations, and 1 am doligbtod witb tbc reaalta 1 bavo obtained ftoai camo. All tbo Club owcar by thio lino, and I can opaicQil it aa qq uuaurpauHCcl rub-down all iMhlotufl. Kvory Training-room in Australia! j cbould bavo ft pot of Hoxodd, for I am j jjurn that all Atblotoo \viU,find it taoal ex* oollont. *\Viobintr you ovory buooces witb tbio lino, and assuring you of my highest ap preciation of umqu,-I am, uin^csrtily yoaro, William Linton Payno, Trainer Newtown Boucur Football Clob, ftowtown, N.B.W.' Rexona is Bold at, la Gd^iuid Sa, Obtain* able ovorywhero CANNOT SAV TOO MUCH FOtt IT. 'I bttVQ found Charaborlain'n Oolio and Diarrbooa Remedy Co be tbo moat v-iluottblo mediolne I havo ever UBod,' v?citcu Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

i'ubiic Wutio.i PIRJ-i ACCXD'SPJT MY33 STOCK Ini'.uranoo Ciorapimy Lfc Direi'tor.i itandai' J. Aim*. ,7.1'. f.J, Snrvioo Ja M (lillcupio, Hp-].,(Freehold Ai A. L. WetUnlmll, I-;.,,. (aimm 1>« nnd Wuiit'iihnlO. W. J. 8. liavw, Kpij (M.-sra .U'La fWTkcl Uoaidont Hi'cri'tiry.--Solwyn Kin . t'lHK Bud ACGIDKNTKl.SRBof „"VEnY DKiSCHl TION Aoooptod At lowest; Jtnto.-, 1'ho l'olicica oovrr all damage by Bush FIros, Lightning and Gas Exclusions. Standing Crops and Stacks a K"nr,|;ilty. Persona Aoo uout and limployors' Lis bility, l'liird l'mtv unci Plnte Glaso, Ifi addition to thu Ordinary Itiolt by Ifiro. Hoad oo lor Vioturiu — Quon fatrcot Melbourne A Purely Australian Company tb von Btawei.ij a UOOPEK BROS., Main stroot Slftwol Noteh This I'act OnYcmS tart Uoinij E. C.MitciteU's nn PAI iS A NO PAP.-RS TU c wilbe no roturu to tbo bud and iadifferuut ones, THERE 13 NO AKGDMENT ABOUT TU1S. For Artistic and Decoratvie WAX-PAPERS There ia ft Wido na d Choioea MITCHELL'S fhcLaiest 1913 Patte...

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SPORTING NEWS Bowling GRAMPIANS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

SPORTING mm Bowling GKAMl'lANS ASSOCIATION. Suwell journeyed to Hamilton to try oonotaetooe with the Isttar team io oon neotioo with tho above oomuotition yester day. The roeaU was a wiu for Stawell by 98 to 90 Tbia pule itawell io a very yood position for iho trophy, having now beaten both Hamilton aod Ararat and baiog un defeated thsmsclvec.

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"CRYING DOWN THE TOWN." Stawell Sahitation. Health Officials' Reports The Other Side of the Case. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

'CRYING DOWN THE TOWN.' St&well Sanitatiou. Health Officials' Koporta The Othor Sido of tho Caao. There are two sides to every cisc, unci the local health authorities pplaahod n considerable quantity of ink in putting their asp-ct of f Jjf sanitary conditions of Suwall before the Borough Ootincil 011 Friday even in;;. Mr Humphreys waxed wroth at (ho barn Huggestio'i that Stawell and typhoid should be mentioned in the Bftine bro'th, The ideal The thing w.is pri'poB'trous. The iooid l'resa, too, ho said "had little to do in crying down the town when thej have no cause for it" (the phrasing is Mr Humphreys' not our own.) Now, everyone who has read (he remarks in question in (lie loeal papers, will have to grunt that Mr Humphreys—conscicntious officer ue all will admit him to be—has nia It the mistake of mailing in where lv-t ter folk than nny of ue fen to tread. If he will read up a few back files, he will not succeed in finding one solitary woid of con demnation either of Staw...

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NEW TELEPHONE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

VJ5W 1ELEPI1 ONE RATES. The following arc tho now ratca foe tolo phono oonvoroationa wliiah aca now in fotoo from tho Btawoll Pont Oflloo l?laoo 1st 8 rnina. Adtnl 3 min Ararat 3d 8d Ball&rat In 9d Heaufott ' 8d 6d Bctm la Id 1» Bnan(!Ot Gd Sd Campbell'sBridgo "d 2d Gathoart £d fid DimUoola lu Bd Dooon 1° Od •fUroat WoaUru 2d 2d Glonorohy 2d 2d Hocahatn 8d Gd 1 Joal Joal 2d 2d Jung In 3d ■j-LaadcbQCOUKh id 8d Labcok 8d Od Malbaotua la ltd Is 4oJ llio/ip 8d 6d Moyulou Cd fid Muctoa Gd 6d tNuvurrc fid 6d L'impiuio la 9d , Rupuuyup 8d 6d Wacraolsnftboal ~ 9d Willaura Bd 6d Wnl Wal ..3d 8d (Lsndiiborougl!, Joel Jotil" Navarre Glcnorchy and Gtoati WonUrn, oloae at a p.m. Opening loo, 3a 6d tRoviaod on 2nd July 1913.] J* 2£13£iljYt FoBimastoff. Brlalei »»d pvblltliet lot van rra grlttou hgllMlMcai BaUtt, «R tb offlfi ol tit9 "flt»w»U Kaau ft** aaBa^toja.- BBtiwaw

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CricKet. STAWELL ASSOCIATION V. NHILL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

CricKet. 8TAWELL ASSOCIATION V. NH1LL. The Nhill oricketers, aorompanied by a number of snpportora yesterday engaged in % gamo against a to*ra pioked from the Stawell Asaootation. The visitors arrived by tuo Adelaide express od Sunday. On Sunday afternoon the visitors, with a ouraber of Ihe Iooal team, wero tukou for a drive to Lake Lonsdal?, and tbo trip was greatly enjoyed by the vjpitore. A fiae view of the lake was obtained by driving by way of Daep Lead. A bait was mide near the weir, where refreshments were par taken of. The drags returned to Stawell about G.30 p.m. THE GAME. Monday broke fine for the mitob, al though ihe wicket was a little damp at the start of play. 0. H DonglaBa oiptninod he visitors, and D. J. Thomaa the Stawell i jam. Youog aod Hadspofcb opened the b*tf.ing for the visitors to the bowling of Campbell and Neilaon. Young, in the third over, was caught and bowled by Neilson. One for two, Hadsnetb soon *fter was Oiuuht in tho slips by Mason {sab) off Ncileon ...

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The Inquest. Accidental Death. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

The Inquest. Accidental Death. An inqnest was held at the Court House yesterday morning, before the Distriot Coroner, Mr E, Harrison. Sergeant Uaher conducted the examination oa behalf of the police. Dr Forshaw, who was the first witness, deposed as follows Oa Sunday morning, tha £5th inst., at about 11 a.m., 1 received an urgent message from one Bandle, brother of deceased, to proceed to Illawarra on acoonnt of an accident to hii brother. I left at once, and was informed en route that Richard Norman Randle had fallen from a a high tree in a paddock, while cnttingdowna bee hive, and had broken his leg. On arrival at the paddock I was grieved to find that deceased's companions had plactd the body in a cart, and were bring ing it towards me. I examined tiie body and found life extinof. There was a fracture at the base of the skull, and both legs were badly broken. The cause of death wai shock, caused by the impact of deceased's body and head with the ground. | Ernest Quarrell, laborer...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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STAWELL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

S'i'AAVELL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY 7;t—l'roolor anil Froiioham S3—Aitlitn. LH v\ . ij. II — Allium. C! A <ii«H Private Ken) r<;> -Albion Hot I-1 (W .1 I'jltrli) 5fj — Amloreoii, ,1 A ^oucl 1'nvaUi Ri-'i) ;t. -Anthony, W (.>nd 1'rivalo JRt-e, Ulcn urohy rcniti Ansltaliaoa Tniliuct) Coy. 7—Bank of Australasia, manager . I iir i una, A U aud Priva to lieaiduuco. — U >rn s. O ,:3—B rkcr W V timl l'riv Kco I'.i—Hill, A 11 and riivBlo Residence. I—Broadlu-tit liroo ,£ (Jo 1 mill SIlihIiJIoI.-I 110—Bricklayers- Aiuia Hotel '.IH'taner 110—Bowling Green llS-Bate, Mi-s II—Barker Bros. 45—0.impboIl, A ii, l'omoiial (a—Outtcr, \V. U. and Son A| PrlVjUcB 90—Cbadwick, 11 0 and Ten ltoom 85—OUndwiuh, Mrs 78—Ohuponuel, Hush and Allon W—Clarke, Angus U 50—Ulaike & Scott 8 — Coffee Palace (A II Hnnh) 67--Commercial Iloiol (W Uouahlson 77—Onumionwealth llolul 18—Cooper Bros 87—Conrt House „ 42—Cranston, W S.(aud l'rivato Reaidono i 13—Crouch, Frfdk 81—Crerar, '1' G a...

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A JOURNALIST'S TROUBLE. Some Straight Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

A JOURNALIST'S TROUBLE. Some Straight Talk. la the' following manner, Mr Fred Thompson unbosoms himself prior to ro lmqoiehiog oonirol of the Port Douglas nnd Moasman Record, After 12 years' worry and ingr&timde "It seems in orcdib'n that Ibero iboold be bo many paoplo in the world bo Btndionsly exact in the proper observance of their religiona duties, yet bo oritmoally calloag of either truth or even haacBty. Shallow-minded individuals in small oommnnitioB some* times reach tho very apex of their alloged atueo of alleged haraoc by referring dis paragingly to the too-vl newspaper. It if, of course, quite beyoqd the depth of their weak intellect to realiBe tbat tho more un pretentious tbe print tho more eoul-drag ging is *ko lob of the proprietor, and any way no oountry newpp*per ooeta more than tho price of a long beer, and tho majority only half, bo that tbe pereon who cannot t-paro itq ooBt, whilst wasting his money on boor, deserves to die in tbe horrors. Liko overyone el...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

Yoang Brat n yrse BROS.. —AUCTIONEEES.— STOUK AND'SlATlilN ACEHlS Head ihflees—tiorsham, hamlU jfon, and Nhili. Bit. VN '■ ! OKFIUES—OLatorlou, Torang, Ma'tofv, Mioyip, Warraoknaboal, Benlah, panynp, Diraboola, Donald, Gorohe, Arant, Nfttimok, Rainbow, Jeparit, and Hiniva \nd Willauce. A^iiomB tit ritrulhilcwnio, Lake Bolao. Bfruyunu, Ptunharnt, Balmoral, Hopetonn, Auction and Clearing Salefl Conducted in Any Park ot the Slate. LAXD SAlB ASP8C1AL7Y. Arrangement Made lor Fat 9»,CiiU Ooiup Ballarat and Melbourne Markets. Unlimited Amounta ot Trust Monoy »o Lend, at 4 per coot. —AGENTS FOR Dennve, Lf»toolleB, Austin and Co., Wool Grtiin Brokoro, Stook and Station A*?eot:>, Gciilong and Melbourne The Ballarv Banking Company, Ltd. 1m- Anntralaaian Mutual Live Sfcoak ftasuf-uce Society Limited. Tho Viotorian Fire Inouranoe Company. Tno National Fire Inauranoo Company New Zc&lard, Baeineso arranged with all. the leading atma of auctioneers in New Soulb Wale pd Sou*H Aoe-ltalia. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

THIS ."PLACE STANDS 8HO.r' r,"OER TO SHOULDER, WITH YOUR "IVAJNTS. WE BUILD VEHICLES THAT WILL PL..4 * dE YOU. (TT han boon aokuowl.ulfjod tor ovnc t years by all who I wo viuitoti oar Faotory and Show Rooma that whan an urtiolo o JL Quusaal merit or oat'of tho > inary run iu wantad, tho plaoo to pro -aro it ia at BHIRREFF BROB. Should it bo a Vohiolo for baainaaa n«o, or an Abbot nggy for oa3o and oomforb, wo oan oupply it. THE' QUALITY 155 OT ! THE PRICE REASONABLE 5 - AHD THE O&SICK PiSFECT -n-lVilRY Branch of tho f nnlaosa being ouni.rlntondod by nno o( the fortnots li «nffiolontKuttr»ntoo that the New Mao^mor.t [P^ xv maintain tho Hoputniiou hold by thi Firm for tho LA.S'J1 FORTY YEARS (or KIR8T-0LASS WORK »*;d fRIZK* TAKERS ot all tho Shows. CYiSRS CUL'. &o., at VKRY MOD1CKATE JtATiiS, Bnggios fc.ud C'lier Vohiclos built, to order. Vohiolos Uopairad, &o-paintod and .ftD-triraracd, 3BXfcCMS.. PRKMI l!:ifc COACH FAGTOKY EaJobliBhod 1850.] CORNER OF WIM...

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HOUSLBREAKING. Mr Edwond's Restidence Entered. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

HOUSLBREAKING. | Mr Edwonil's RoBidouco Entered. Siawtll iB apparently not freo from the k'cmiB housebreaker, as an impudent robbery has just been brought under the notice of the police. On rolurniug to Stawell alter his Christmas vacation, Mr E, lOdmonds, State school tcaoher at J)eep Lead, wns astonished to lincl that bis resi dence in Shirell'-street bad been broken into during the holidays, and ptop.'ilY to the value o( about £4 stolen. Information waB at once given to tbe police. Kntry bad evidently been effsoted by tho dining-room window, which was found to have been broken, Tbe articles stolen consist of an American eight-day clock »nd a silver plated tea-set, the latter comprising sugar bagin, tea-pot and milk jug. The pioperty is supposed to bo the work of boys, and waB evidently porpetratod at nigbt, as the floor was littered with burnt matches. Appenr anccs also point to the fact that the thieves were interrupted, as a number of other valuables within easy reach were unto...

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The Stawell News AND Pleasant Creek Chronicle TUESDAY. JANUARY 27, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 27 January 1914

%\\t <§tattjeU and ®reek &lmmtcb TUESDAY. .lANjUARy 27, I'Jli. J A COMPARATIVE review of 1913 and iho previous year makes encouraging leading to every resident of the State. The Victorian \eur Hook, 11)12-1913, shows that on December 81, 1012, the total area of Crown lands was 25,618,299 acres, whilst private lands totalled 30,027,-101 acres. Of the latter 23,850,369 acres had been alienated in fee simple, and 6,771,07# acres #pre in process of alienation. Daring the list five years 701,28;! aorca have been alia'nt atcd in fee simple. The Cloacr Settlsmeut Board had at 30th June last 103 estates with a total urea of 5'63j6tfA acrei, of wbltfa 433,(121 acre# I wero oocupiptl by i>,{)01> conditions purchase It-sm't's, niid ot the balance 6■1.550 ncri'S wuro available for occu pation. In 1P12 there were 3,35 ioiioBCB occupying -107,'2(H'> oct«9. Lund in occupation throughout Hip State in March last, including Grown lands held under lease, but not in eludiny ...

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Bowling GRAMPIANS ASSOCIATION. HAMILTON V STAWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 29 January 1914

Bowling GRAMPIANS ASSOCIATION. HAMILTON V 3TAWELL. Tbo Grampi'W AoBoointion ponnnob oorapotuion w»o onntiutl.cl on Monday ■ rtotnooi), whon Hamilton ond Htnncll mot I on ibc Hamilton ureon. Tbn tort ivao ' voty tnoi >iov, Unn & hconly OOOtB&fc-jd B«m> iwcSwaJ la & w>.rcy £03 ibo vlulinn by tight points. fc r,h« ronol teion of the Riittih the protidom of ho IlnmUion Oloh, Mr R. M'LuaUie, propnp*d »h« lio^l*h of the vrinninfl tenm. Tb'n bar! b"«n the flooond gamn playrcl by I,Mo loo*l olnb in tho pennant competition, n.nd tho bant team bad won that day. It wrin vary fieldom that a Tiiibm^ taam dofeatsd Hannlton on fchoir own Rreon, and thoy would b« ont &ft«r SUwtrll's BOalp wbnn thoy m«fc tbem «t their own. (AppUaao). Ilo oompllwonlftd tho vifii'oro on tho lino form thi«v bad obowQ, unrihnd munh pl«naura in vfloom l«« thn t«ftm to Hamilton. (' pplaiiO T> o tiriht wriH onthnnia't'oaily honored find thft nnmplimcnt wis pnfcnowlpdKed 1>V by...

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