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BOROUGH POUTICS Special Call of Council [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

BOROUGH POUTICS Special Call ol Council A epi'oial call of the Borough Council wan held jo tb« Doroa^b Chambers ) isi ovfiD» tDtf, the Mayor (Cr J. A. LirKm\ prsBid* iu^ovorafull at'ondanoa of CouncillotB* The objaoi ot tho meeting wm to c maide? the revi-ion of oflioer*, and tha idvHibiliiy of rai»ing a loan. The Mayor a» ktd tor u vote as to whetbef tbe rmttord andor consideration ehotild bo taken in ircmtrhtoe or op<n c juucil. Or Whitford : •* E rnovo tho romora diDcush'ftd in op^n Council." ut" Greenwood ; '*1 dn not ?h?nJf il desi:Our i-fHiora will bo dit'cusseJ} thc-ro wi'l bo pcrponalkit fj. It v,onldC0t bo fair to «hy tf/Ijere'". Cr Edhouso : M1 huva uo ot j-:otioiia 10 taking it in open council. 1 have uctbiflg to hirfe" Cr Crorac acootided tho motion. Lt Derry : "It will be neoreeary to di8* cuuj th j o'i cere, find ir. jiutict> to theoi I do rot think c -uuoiilotn remarks ebooM app.>u in ihe Frees. I luve always badA preference for open oounoil worli.but...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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MATTERS FEMININE. THE BUSINESS GIRL'S GIRL'S "A.B.C." [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

MATTERS FEMININE. Till1! liUSI.XKSlS CllU.'S "A.H.O." A. A pliuv for everything, and every tiling in its j B. Ho Inmost- in nil your dealings. C. Change wot shoos or garmonts directly you can. 0. Determine to save a littlo ovory wool;. E. Kmcrgcucics .should ho mot calmly. F. Familiarity amongst follow-workers (men) to bo guarded against- ami resented. C. Gitard yonr employer's secrets as you own. H. Iinvo always sutHeient niul regular meals. 1. In all cases of perplexity or doubt go to tho head --i.o., principal or manager. J. Jealousy amongst follow-workers to bo guarded against. K. Keep a stiff uppor lip—ovon when things nro "blue." L. Learn nil you can about your business. M. Make a point of always being pleasant. N. Neatness in dross should bo tho mode. 0. Open letters which do not ooncorn you should not bo road. P. Punctuality should bo your motto. Q. Quality must bo aimed nt in all your work. R. Kelnx wheu "off duty," and give both brain and body a rest. S, Sit ratlvor than s...

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VALEDICTORY. Supt A. E. Morris. Farewlled by Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

VALEDICTORY. Supt A. E. Morris. Farowelleci by Bowling Club. Member? of :11.. »•« tn,-h»r in the p,yi, ilW "* 0l«b w'frtT.h '"V1" Pn,r.l"i" '' vr«»u to th»? r» i>jijrr> "re Morri?, prcoirien' of Hie r!ni P°""te,"'ciifc The s.nior Vcc-j re,,,., Mitch.II, !>.-£-■, hd. " ■ Mr O»o, The Oinirm.n »ai,f tint > , tnnvHv a b*:f tjmo for . 11 nfor ''"r1'whi ??<""h"" i.fcH (0Gh'; :,rin«' Pnr, vr, Tfi unuh'f} to ] RV., u, : ,1 l,r*9 bn^inrrS. lh-;0 »pr, hilr' ^ °f present thu ftftornoon ti nravi7,'r' ' }n*ici"a>i at *H«» hit"i Morris w*9 h- Id bv ev .'rv Whll'h ^ olnb. l\.r*vnl,y/ y„, v?,., f „ ,j1 lho yorrv t > hie,. ♦-> D«.. * linplu »«5y rarrvc.il tt,*;;,1'"81? h"d apont 90 mAnt. t ^ Honrs. Mr Morris »*}*« Ufcen n ic e n irm -V* wei/aru of tin clnh, Ul* Would b-t Eevrrely f, II i1'/ '0SB b.'cn h Kool townnmin in h»d rd, and wi\a fheonU r-i Sendent Hu«r|| had had fnr „'>„ "!"rin »ho ni i,(d j, t3 lho dr>ih. "'"y ycarj mnoi'y of * romra.lo. Ti-..-..". cora...

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THE KATE KEARNEY DRE8S. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

THE KATE KEARNEY DRE8S. This neat-looking dress has a dis tinct' ;u'iv;uitnR'e for washable Roods, inasmuch as the front panel being: at tached by buttons and buttonholes, one side of it only need be stitched to the dress, and the other one can then be open. This enables it to be laid flat on the table and easily ironed. White cotton pique, or woollen serge, is always delightfully becoming. Dark colours are more economical where time spells money. A sandy coloured brown is a midway compromise, and with two sets of cuffs and collars, one in white and the other of black' silk, these furnish a very desirable change in consequence.

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N WS OF OUR NEIGHBORS. Crisp Clips from our Contemporaries. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

H WS OF OUR NEIGHBORS. Crisp Clips from our Coutompor arioB As usual Rochester heads Hie! lim sis I lie grca'eBt whoat- producing I centre it) the State, ntid that without the assistance of Stiatlnillati. whloh lius liloheil iibotit 50,000 bags from ih ihin season. The reports of wheat.«tfioki'd »t tho variuns atinionH in tli" State show tbii' Rochester has more tli'iti four times as inncli hb nny other station, and wheat ib still pn'urint? 'mo the town at the ra'e of abnu' 2000 batfs par clay. This speaks volumes for thii foitility of I he district and its pre-eminencs as a wlicat-growiug area. Ata lute hour on Tuesday nigh' n fire broke out at Mr W. Bah 'b bakehouse, Napier street, St. Arnuu I. Several lots of bread were destroyed, and tho ovens and buildings were flatnuRed to tho extent oC £120. TIktb was a small insurance on ihr building, hut none on tho ovens, etc. How the fire originated is not known. An explosion, caused by bad air, occurred at the M'Donald's R. "f mino at Ca...

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A HINT FOR WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

A HINT FOR "WIVES. Give & man a real happy borne, a cheerful wife, and ono who is ready to share bad as well as good, and he is almost certain to bo content. Patient example of continued bright ness, cheerfulness and loving sympathy on the wife's part has won many a husband from the crooked path. The way may seem long and dreary, the results may never seem to really fructify, but one day there will bo a change. There is no husband living, surely., who has not a soft spot loft in his heart. Kven if ho has broken all the marriage vows, there is still left a tinv , little spark which, if sympathetically fanned into a flame by a devoted wife, will yet glow softly and kindly as it did in the days of long ago. When a husband seoms to be slowly but surely sinking under some tempta I tion, that is the time for the good and loyal wife to comfort him, to sympa thise with him. and to inspire him with words of tender love, encourage ment. and hope. Let him see how brave and sweet his wi...

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FRIENDLY SOCIEHES. Feb Xth Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

friendly societies. Feb-jtiii Lodge. The monthly rua tine of Star of I''1"®!'" ehip Iiabcknh Lodge w»» hold in thii J[™|: room on Tuesday, 27ib inel., N.O. Bill" Haul presiding. ( Uomspoadenco ol a rontino naiurs « dealt; wilb. Two trophioo of £1 *3 "j, off«red by tba Grand Lodgo to Iba Bill' nbo proporiad tb« largest nnmbcr of berp, and tha todgi also donated o tMBj' to junior ofHeers for attendanoo »t iwi. meotiogB. .,.,1 ' Blok pay amoaollog to £U W*3 P fop payment*. ' . ' Sister'o Mimbrsy sod Cranston JW> olcoied sb auditors foy tbo ousnlugi*'™"'• Tb« qdarlerly aooial will bo ■; February 101b, McmbeiB and tbs'f l"l" ' »(• OOtdUly {OTitad, :<

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OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

OBITUARY A very old and respected resident of the Wimmera iu the person of Alt Malcolm M'Intyr», senr., formerly ov/ner of the South Brighton Station, Horsham, passed away at his resi dence near Melbourne, on Suoday week, lbth innt. The deceased gentleman was a station manager and owner for several years, and a i first-class judge of sheep and horses. He owned not a few horseB who were notable performers in the show-ring and the r;icecou sy. The well-known huuter Jim, owned by him, won first prize seven years in BUcceBsion at the Horsham Show in the weight carrying section, and Blotidln,another hnree owned by Mr M'Intyre, was never beaten in tUe show ring as a lady's hunter. About 18 years agn Mr M'Intyre left the Wimmera and went to reside at Melbourne. Htj was the inventor of a very effective rabbit exterminator, which still has an extensive side. The deceased gentleman, who was 01! years of age, died from pneumonia. Mr John M'intyro, of Minyip, and Mr Mal colm M'Intyre, of Ouyen,...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

PERSONAL. The engagement is announced of Alice, youngest daughter of Mr Jas. ; Parry, " Brecon," Stawell, to Altred Leslie, Sfcond son of Mr . D. B. Fowler, Albert Park. Mr Lionel L. Bitten, who up to j recently was employed on the edi-1 torial staff of this journal, is at present spending a short holiday in Stawell. Mr Bitten ia at present on the literary staff of the Melbourne "Herald", and leaves Stawell to-day. Mr R. P. Lowers, who some years ago was connected with the firm of Wettenhall and Lewers, solicitors, of Stawell, paid u short visit to the town last week. 1 Inspector Canty, who supersedes Superintendent Morris at Stawell, arrivsd by the express on Thursday night.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

IT NllYEIl FAILS, 'Fur ycsra wo blivo liocu nsiig Obtmbor l»ln'« OoUKh Htmcdy,' «»y« Mr'Horbett H WoodbeaiJ, Wentworth, N.8.W. <\V» bavo «ix children and narer o«« injtbiDS «I>s let tbi tciitmost o( ooogbi, colds

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COMBINED PICTURES Central Park, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

COMBINED PICTURES Central Park, Monday Night. Tbose whose fancy loads thom in tli»s direction of Central Park on Monday night are assured of a pic torial treat. The management have put them selves to special trouble ot this par ticular programme, with the rebult that they have procured an aheoluto ly first-class collection. Star honors are jointly claimed hy "The Skclc'oii in tho Cupboard", and "Wild Blasts at Largo", As may b'? judged from the titles, the iirst is a most eensatiotial iilm, for which the fiiie^t dramatic artists pro curable were em?ag>-(!. The secor.d ie in lighter vein, but is equally raevitorioiH, ami tells of the wreck of a circuB train, whereby all kinds of wild beaytii arc ,>t free to ravage the surrounding country. There are incidents in this Iilm which will bring a smile to the lips of the veriest- cynic. ''The Great Big Beautiful Doll" is another splendid ly produced picture. Industrial tilms are always inte resting, and "A Modecn Steal lJhnt" is a pic...

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SOME SIMPLE HOME REMEDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

SOME SIMPLE HOME REMEDIES. Hints and suggestions given here with arc expressed with rather more confidence than we should generally use in regard to the efficacy of such remedies. They are, however, very simple, and for emergencies cau do no harm. Salt and water, used as a gnrgle, for sore throats is equal to chlorate of potash, and is entirely safe. It may be used as often as desired, and if a littlo is swallowed each time it will havo a beneficial effect on the throat by cleansing it aild allaying the irrita tion. In doses of one to four teaspoou fuls invhalf a pint to a pint of tepid water it acts promptly as an emetic, and in cases of poisoning is always on hand. It is an excellent remedy for bites aud stings of insects. It is a good astringent in haemorrhages, particular ly for bleeding after the extracting of teeth. Mustard is another valuable remedy. No family should bo without it. Two or three toaspoonfuls of ground mus tard stirred into half a pint of water acts very prompt...

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THE POULTRY RUN. OATS FOR POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

""ij'hk l'()ULTH Y iiun. __ ♦ oats hill poultry. It is rutlior » didiriill luattor to got | funis tii tiiliii to outs whon thoy Imvo ■ n„i. been imcil to thoni, but it only ro quin'M " lo tlK't 1111(1 piltioilTO, llllk'SS I (lie birds imvo been spoiled by t00 iroiiui-oii.'i feeding. This Imppoiis in u grunt mil".)' cases, i um afraid, birds lifint', Kivoii such n quantity of food tluil, wl.ou u chnngo is mmJo and some iiiin>; i-f -sorvud to thorn Unit, thoy do not fancy thoy lind it no hardship to refrain from fccdiiii; for ft monl or two. 'fhia raisc-s tlio question how much food should bo given to fowls. Unfortu mitoly, howovor, 0110 cannot lay down any hard mid fust rules iu this matter, bociuiso <mo must discriniimito botsvoon largo fowls and small, heavy oators mid light oators, layers mid non-layora. Hut, uppioxiniutoly I should say that, ivlion a lion is not laying, a snmll hand ful of food twico a day is quito suffi cient, and if sho has an unlimited range I &a...

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A QUESTION OF PRODUCTIVENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

A OUUSTI0N OF PRODUCTIVE NESS. The question whether a male bird has any influence upon the productive ness of a Hock of hens is a very im piuunt one for poultry-keepers, many of whom liave such limited quarters that the addition of one bird makes a considerable difference. I have always contended that an amateur with a small run, with no convenience for breeding and hatching, and with no particular reason for producing fertile would be making a mistake in keeping a male bird. The bird wbuld merely occupy the space and eat the food that might have been devoted to a productive hen, and in such circum stances I should not consider a male productive, either directly or indirect ly. The question has frequently been discussed, and I believe the majority J of experts are agreed that the male has no influence upon egg production. Vet there are still some persons pre- j pared to argue that he has. I can not claim to have made any particu lar experiments to decide this ques tion, and I believ...

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(Au. Rtorn R[?].) COMPLETE STORY. THE HOUSE OF CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

(Au. Ricikt* lliaiftTin.) COMPLETE STORY. THE HOUSE OF CRIME. BY ELLIOT BAILEY. Author of "Kioui the Depths Be neath, ' Francos Castleton's Jewels,'' The Moroccan Despatch/' vSrc. It was an evening- in late Octobet, and a mournful wind, soughing across the Hut llelgian countryside from the North Sea, was 'fast stripping the leaves from the trees in the Boule vards of Urussels. But within the Cafe des Mille Co lonnos where I, Charles Martin, ot the British Diplomatic Service, sat watching the motley crowd around me. it was warm and checrful, and I felt somewhat reluctant to leave, 1 though I had much work to got through that evening-, in preparation for an audience on the morrow with his Majesty the King of the Belgians himself, audiencc fraught with great and grave possibilities. At length, mindful of this appoint ment, I was about to leave the cafe when my attention was attracted by the entrance of two girls and a well dresssd man, who took possession of a table not very far from m...

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(ALL RIGHTE R[?].) OUR STORYETTE. ONLY PA. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

(Alt. ltionia IIksbrvhd.) OUR STORYETTE. ONLY PA. Geoffrey Muiston's caroor in tho financial world luul been short and in glorious. Tlioro uoro no two opinions about that point. When by a rouioto chanco his name cropped up among those who still remoinborod him it usually evoked a significant shrug, fol lowed in raro instances by a sym pathetic grunt, "Poor old Marston I" Tho fact was that Marston, in a financial caroor, was as a square peg in a round holo; and, though ho had wriggled and squirmed for a timo in a vain attempt to make tho holo iit liim, it had novor occurred to him to compromise) matters by looping off that part of liimsolf which was incom patible with his surroundings. In short, Mavstou was a man with ideals, and ideals being tho wrong assots to bring into financial affairs, tho man found himself speedily elbowed out of thom. In his homo, Marston was littlo moro than a nonentity. His wifo, Julia, had she boon a man, would have mado quite a brilliant financor, or oven...

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CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

CHAPTER Xm. If someone had sttddenly told Phillipa Mannersley that-her father had come to life again, she could scarcely have been more surprised than she had been by the cashier's announcement. She stared at him with dilating eyes, wondering if he had taken leave of his senses— if some strange event, some sudden ill ness, had upset his mental balance. But the Stead she saw sitting be fore her was the Stead she had al ways known—the cool, calm, im perturbable young man, scrupulous ly dressed after his quiet and al most sombre fashion, and evidently quite master of himself. And she turned white and then red and then \ white again, as she realised the j significance of the announcement | which he had made to her almost I unconcernedh as he might have an | nounced any trivial event connect I ed with the colliery. I "I—I do not understand," she faltered. The cashier drew his chair a lit tle nearer to hers, and spoke again in his usual even tones and in a guardedly low voice. "I will rep...

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EXAMPLE BETTER THAN PRECEPT. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

EXAMPLE BETTER THAN PRE CEPT. Sally, from the slums, was tlie guest of a great lady who interested herself iii "tho poor." Sally, perfectly self possessed, sipped her tea, and pro ceeded to engage her hostess in small talk. "Does yer 'usband drink?" she queried politely. "My dear child—no!" '"Ow. inuch does ho make a week?" "He—er--does not do any work." Her ladyship was beginning to fo«l slightly annoyed. "Well," continued Sally, "I 'opo yor kfioj» out of debt?" "Why. of course, child I Don't ask suclt ridiculous questions! Don't you know you aro bein^ very rude?" Sally was ama/.ed. "Kudo is it? Well, mother says to met "Now, be sure and be'avc like a littlo lady/ she says, and when ladies come to our 'ouso they always begins by asking those questions!" Wealth may seek us, but wisdom must be sought.

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The Double Chance. (Published by Special Arrangement.) CHAPTER XII — contnied) [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

The Double Chance. BY J. S. FLHTCHHK, Authoi of "The Gokiiii Hope," \c. (Published by Special Arrangement.) CU ATTKU .VI I —'"iitinuotl) Inspector Corlehou 'iiade no men tion ol business u;1:11 i ,c> had diunk their tea; instead. lit- liked ol books ami pictures, ol which In- >«)n made il evident that he hail a good knowledge. Hut when <JuitHt.ni had given hini a >'|oar and a light lor it, and lie hail taken me hrst leu whitts al il, he looked his Jio^' tair ly and squarely in the laet "Mr. Quinton," he said. 'I'm a mail of plain words that is, when 1 like lo be. I've come here tor a straight talk with you." Quinton, who hail lighted a big briar pipe, bowed his head. "And I'll tell you why," con tinued the detective. "I've come to you because, from w hat I've seen of you and the people here, you're the only man that's likely to be ol use to me. I've watched }ou. You're a straight man and a reso lute man, and a man with brains— and you can keep confidence.'' Quint...

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AMERICAN HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

AMERICAN HUMOUR. The Soorot.- Mr. (lastip: "That to" milIIlie Miss l'asso says thero is a sec ret ruiiiKviucl with l"'f birth." Miss I'ickles: ".So I've heard, lt'a till. ii;itL-.'' —"Ki:vv York Globe." Tratlo Formula.—Woman (to drug gist) : ''Aro y«" auro this vat poison is kooC' t "Certainly. It-'a cheap, palatable, iiml very nourishing." * Back-Slap.--Shu finished a tirade at ],oi- friend and ended with : "Tlutie, I think 1 have made mysolf plain, luivo 1 not?" 'Made yourself plain, dear?" sweet ly answered the onto friend. "Oh, no, dear; you were horn that way. Puzzled.—Bess: "Something tl.afc Jade said last night didn't sound just right." 'less: "What was that?' He-.s: '1 toUl him if ho called me pet names I wouldn't speak, and ho re plied that ho would call mo dear at any price." » . ♦ » • From Bad to Worse.—A shoemaker in Kansas City had a sign above his door which read, rA Swindler." One day a gentleman came in and said: "Why don't you put your given natno on that sign inste...

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