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TOBACCO SMOKE FOE OF GERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

TOBACCO SMOKE FOE OF GERMS. While it has long been known that tobacco smoke is a valuable preven tive against infection during: the epi demic of a coptagious disease, it is only recently that an analysis of smoke-laden air has been contrasted with equally dense air in which to bacco fumes were lacking. These analyses have shown that more than one-half of the harmful germs had been destroyed by the tobacco smoke. This fact has unconsciously been the mean of preventing- large loss of life, as was noted in the recent cholera epi demic in Germany, when workers in cigar factories were found to be im mune to cholera, and wherein the vic tims were mainly from the non smokers of the city. Experiments conducted in n cholera stricken house, one floor of which was occupied with a cigar factory, led Pro fessor Wcncke, of tin- Imperial Insti tute of Berlin, to the conclusion that the cholera germ cannot endure to bacco smoke. It was found that saliva containing virulent germs was com pletely ste...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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NEVER PUT MONEY IN YOUR MOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

NEVER PUT MONEY IN YOUR MOUTH. Tho roason that children, fihopgirln, conductors, and others should never put any kind ol' monoy in thuir mouths is not bocauso swallowing money, us moiioy, ifi harmful—for builud, sterilis ed, and aseptic money can do no harm • hut because money is passed through ko many consumptive, scarlot fovor, diphtheria, and other germ-laden lin gers. Many conductors, childron, and streot veudors liavo tho filthy, and often futul, habit of holding between their teeth tho coins for which- they give change. Yet nobody raises any ob jection, and fow of us rcaliso how dangerously tainted most of tho money wo handle is. Dr. M. Langlois, Director of Scionco of tlio French Academy, lias rccontly pointed out tho dangers of this mouth holding money habit. He proves experi mentally that tainted money is no chimera of tho inuek-rakors. It is a roal peril, as much to bo feared as censured. Dr. Langlois placed various pieces of monoy in pure, gorm-frco water. Then ho took th...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE TEA TELLS ITS HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

THE TEA TELLS ITS HISTORY. "Sad thing about tlio lemon, usn'fi it?" remarked tlio sugar to tho too ono niyhfc aftor tlio shop was closed. "Why, what happenod to liuni'* ask ed tho tea. "IIo's gone to tho bad altogether, \ you know," replied tho sugar. j "Dear mo, you don't say sol" ex claimed tho tea. "Yds, and tho grocor throw him away this morning with tho romark that ho was ''tlio las*; of a bad lot," said tho sugar. "Weil, I for ono am glad he's gone,'* remarked tho candlo, "for, for tho last few days he's boon sitting on top of me and ray relations." "Must have madoyou feel light-headed before your time," chuckled tho matches "Thoro's ono thing, I shall nover coino to a bad end," said tho candle, ! concoitedly, "for X shall bo good, and shed light around me to tho end," "Oh, you aro matchless," scoffed the vinegar, "and whilo you remain so you won't bo much good to anyone,'' it- added, sharply. "Now, don't lot ub quarrel," inter posed tho sugar, "but let us toll one another's h...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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DOCTOR TO THE PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

doctor to the plants. If you eart too much, the chancea aro that you will got fat and flabby. It is the sarao with trees. If the foo<l tkx>y got is t-oo easily digested the fibres of the tree turn spongy and rotten and the sap weakens. Whoa fruit-trees turn fat, tho fruit is at first richer and riper. It soon becomos insipid, liow over. It is only recently that theso changes in trees havo boon put down to tho right cause, but it is now generally recognised that good living may make > a tree flabby and dropsical. A man inny keop down his fat with diet, ex ercise, etc. There is no cure for tho fat tree. Corpulonco is not the only disease trees share with us. Many plants aro subject to anaemia—clover, onions, cu cumbers, and melons being tho chief sufterci'R. Tiie remedy for this un natural pallor is, just as in tho case of human beings, iron. A dozen largo nnijs driven into the roots of an anae mic tree will, in most cases, bring it back to healtlv, as tho acid sap ea...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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KNEW HIM WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

KNEW HIM WELL. It was a oontestod will case, and ono of tho witnesses, in tho course of giv ing evidence, described the testator minutely. 'Vow, sir," said oounsol for tho do fonco, "I supposo wo may take it, from the flattering description you iiarvo giv en of tho tostator, his good points, and his personal appearanco genorally, that you wero intimatoly acquainted with him?" "Him I" exclaimed tho witnoss. ''He was no acquaintance of mineP' "Indeed 1 Well, then, you must have observed him very carefully when ever you saw him?" pursued counsel. "I nover saw him in my life," was the reply. This prevarication. a9 counsel thought it, was too much, and he said:— ''Now, now, don't trifle with tho Oourt, please! How, I ask you, oould you, in tho name of goodness, describe him so minutoly if you nover saw him or never know him?" "Well," replied tho witness, and tho smile which ovorsproad his features ex tended to the faces of those in court, "you see, I married his widow."

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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TAUGHT A LESSC [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

TAUGHT A LE8SC — v A cortain class of fihopko > « forco their wares upon pa* traveller dotonnini tl to t •>' thoso a lbs son. Tito o(Ti • ' clothing dealer, and had ' - r -•* most dragging people into Ono day tho travollor s < ' <: moment to oxamino a coo- .» » front of tho cstabiishmon' • i darted tho clothier, who j.- :••» / ! "Won't you try on : m: li.-o.io coats P' ' . ! "I don't know but X wT' '* ronpowJetf 1 tJio travollor, consulting . waUih, "I 'i havo somo titno to Bparo i He wont in; but no mi .. «• h.v// often, ho found hifl fit, Jio ci.IVi "jr moto coats. Finally, whon h» ii-.wl uiud on thirty or raoro, lio looko ' -i*. ai'.ti'b, rosumod his own garm(:v-; ;n;<i icul*e<l out, saying as ho wont > — "Good day, old chap. .x.u'i cluv.£o anything for . what 1'' I bo-" liovo in a man who'll - '*hrr .rAnlv.ir'j whon ho can. If I'm »*vv Hi'; wa.y'j again, and you havo an ■ :i/o ccm'cs to j try on, I'll do all oati 1 > hr.ip ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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NEW, ODD, INTERESTING [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

NEW, ODD, INTERESTING Tho old^t known I3lleliah pictl|1.0 ig laao iU"'01'' pni"loJ '» t-l.o year OysUiH aro ouch „oryoilH cre(llllrog ,1 ." i;llddon .Slldi as a loud th'!," WiU ki" ,m"y '"'"JroilB Of St. l'otor's, Homo, was tlu-eo and a . <-«»tuncs in construction, and dur ing this time forty-thrco popes roign Five United Stictoa Presidents mar ried wnloivs Washington, Jefferson, Aludison, Fillmoro and Benjamin Har nson. Private bullfights aro occasionally givon by tlio very rich people in Alad ' ' and e»csts aro invitod to thorn us tiioy would bo to a dinnor. Tho Ohiue.su pen is a brush mado ol soft lmir, which is best udaptod for painting tho curiously-formod letters of tho Chinoso alphabet. Tho inch was formorly subdivided into three "barleycorns," these divi sions boing originally tho length of a woll-drie<l grain of barloy. Belgium maintains at publio expenso a liorso-shoeing school, at which stu dents from all over tho oountry receive one losson each' weo...

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RIGHT WAY TO EAT PINEAPPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

RIGHT WAY TO EAT PINEAPPLE8. Pineapples used to bo considered un wholesome, but in all probability this reputation was gained becauso they wuro not oat-on in the proper way or were not ripo enough. .Must people eat: pineapples tho wrong way. 'J'liey pare off the coarse, prickly outside .skin and throw it away, not knowing that the ttkiu realiy con taius the best part of the fruit. This outsido skin contains a largo proportion of the alkaloid principle, "bromelin/' which is the digestive ferment of the pineapplo and which is somewhat similar in its medicinal effect to pep sin. Tho correct way to oat a pineapple, to get the most good from it, is first to paro off the rough outside skin. ■ Stpieczo these parings in a lemon squeezer and pour their juice, sweeten- ; ed or not, as preferred, over the pared pineapplo when cut in sh'ces. in this j way all tho powerful "bromelin" is j saved, and enchances the flavor of tho i pineapple itself. Pineapples should always bo eaten after meals, an...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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WORDS THAT SPEAK. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

WORDS THAT SPEAK. Bang—''A sudden noise like that from a gun'' .is the definition given by the dictionary. But the explanation is befogging and futile, for a "bang" is— well, what bettor describes it than that simple word itself? So many of our most expressive words seom similarly to have sprung from a desire to form with the lips a sound mimicking the thing described. Why wucite words o;i u definition of the word "splash," for example? You hear all the abrupt, restless lioaving of the wators in that ono word. And does even a baby need to bo told what "buzz" means when a bluebottle is leading a forlorn hopo against the pantry window? "Tinkle," ''whistle," "whine," "gur gle," "cackle," "icy"—these are only a few of our other cfoquontly descrip tive words. It is also extremely interesting to note the sharp distinction drawn be tween the words of opposite meaning so :ts to emphasise their difi'prenco in sound—thus, "brisk, lazy" (or "slug gish"); "hot, icy" ; "down, up".; "jolly misera...

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RUNNING AND BUTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

RUNNINC AND BUTTING. William Jennings Bryan once visited Cornell University, and while being entertained to dinner by a prominent member of the legal fraternity, he told the following story :— "Once out in Nebraska I went to protest against my real estate assess ment, and one of the things of which I particularly complained was assess ing a. goat at twenty-five dollars. I claimed that a goat was not real pro perty in the legal sense of the word, and should not be assessed. One of the assessors, a very pleasant-faced old man, very obligingly said that I could go upstairs with him, and together we would look over the rules and regula tions, and see what could be done. "Wc looked over the rules, and fin 'ally the old man asked:— " 'Does your goat run loose on this road ?' " 'Well, sometimes,' said I, wonder ing what the penalty was for that dreadful offence. " 'Does he butt?" again queried the old man. " 'Yes,' I answered, 'he butts.' . "'Well,' said the old man, looking at me, this ru...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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NEW TELEPHONE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1914

VEW IBLEPli ONB RATES, Tho following aro tho now ratea lor tele ibonc oonvoroationa which uro now in foroi from tho St&woll Pout O&ioo :— Pisco let 3 miuo,'Adtnl 3min Ararat 3d 3d Ballarat la Sd liuaufort Bd 6d Brim Is Id Is Hiiangor Gli fid CamphoU'o Uridjja •<{{' 2d Oathoart I'd fid Dimboola lo 9d Doooa lo Bd +(jroat Wcutoro ■ ad 3d Glenorohy 3d 3d Horsham 8d 6d f Joel Joel 2d 2d Jung la Od ■Hjandoboroanh ■Id 8d Lntieoh 8(1 fid Melbourne la lOd Is 4d Miuyiy 8d Bd Moyoton (Id fid Murtoa lid fid tNav&rrc (id - Bd Pimpinio lu 9d lUiimnyap Bd fid Warruclsnabeal 3d Will&ura Bd 6(1 Wul Wal 3d 3d fLaudDborou«li, Joel Joel N»W° Glonorc'ny and Great Western, oloso »t « p.m. OpouiiiK fee, Sie (id , I lloviooii on 2nd Jaly l912.) A. BUXmOWS, I'oBjmaotpr. Printed aid, pabllihei.. tog ' prUtoij bfRU^-Hesa oflle# o! < SUmm* Wf. -•> .

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STAWELL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1914

*' " '■ '' " ' " "T« SI'AWELL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY 73 -1'rnetor nnd Fronohatn 83—AiMum, l>r v\ . i> Ti—Akino. (J A tunil 1'rivste Koo) ti5 -.Albion Hot «l (W .1" Earle) 65—Anriernon, .1 A (and l'mato Hon) uni) v 10 (ilUon 8--Anthony, W (and l'rivnlo IW, Ulen orohy road 3 - AnBtraliana Tuillnco Coy. • 17- Bank ol Anott»l«><», tuanngor I—lln lieu, A II nnd Trim to Roaiitunoo. — li rn a, 0 n5—B ,rki?r W 0 ami I'riv Hon 13—H. il, iV H ami-Privato Uuaidonou. I—BroiulUent litou & Co 51 I ,1||1 Mouth H'lti'l (Mrs Oliver) 11(1—Bricklayers' Arma Uolel 'JjFraaot 110—Bowlintf Griseu 118 — I3rtto, Mini II—Barker Broa. 46—Campbell, A G, Pomonal 63—Cattor, \V. 11. and Sou tt] Priv Kca 90—Cliadwick, B 0 and Tua Room 86—Ohadwielt, Mrs , 78—Oliiipomu'l, Hush Mid Allen 5'2—Clarke, Aouus LI 66—Olnrlti. A Bcott 8 -Ooftffl 1'alnoo (A U Uusli) 67- llommeicinl Hotel (W Donaldson 77—Commonwcaltb'Hotel 18-Oooper Bros 87—Court Houso 42— Uranston, W S.(and Privato Rcsideno 48—Crouch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1914

p< ' l r;.;uu auu mkculations e - - ~ L • ■•re ti-iin "The Common-. Wtah-fi"' • i :'i ■ 11:ie<• li■1 • i with thcoo r*tfs i* mi I j. ...Lttni!* it inciudee I'apun, Lord iiowe i .11 .im! Not.'oik Island,] U'.iii-.US. For every \ or traction thereof* Fw dcli\vry util.in U10 Coinn.oiw v^nUh 0 1 IV* «*«litvry in the British Km pne 0 1 Fei dohren i-t the Noa Uobr.dea, lh.-ikN mu Vuriea Island* . 0 5 For a^ia-ry ::i .»?mt places .... 0 X) l.K'i ; J;ii CAUDA. P«r <]»)jTe»rv wun.n the Comiaonuoalth: Id encii ; M'plv, Id. each half. Prir u. t..i» tw 11isli Ensure ^huq i'rs-1 oj pi.w:uIt1:- "Letters ')—Sin gle, U:. o.icli. Fur (j.'iiMTjk hi N.'\v hVhiides, Banks, ;:u.j Toriis Mand.s- Single, *.M. each. For de!uefv isi other places — Single, •* *1 d. .wei.: POST CAUDS. Single lV*:rard;» inv. with the Id. st imp, and 01 d.<nhh» raids, each hail W ^:.eh has t;w Id. stamp impressed tmv«on, n ay ho tiansmilted to pUvot-p '.u:hir. :iu- Commonwealth, and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1914

SIMPLY WONDKRFUL, 1 fclyliitlu girl Zolda BDlljrcil ooiitinnono ly with oroup thst I bei('»o to thinU alio wonlil neyor gpt better,1 wriloa Mrs Oaant iett, I6'w'/Vdolaitio IVjid, Kowtown, N.£, SeaiDg' Olimnbsrt.un'o Cough iiamody udvertieod I thanght I would try it and Oinld oca a change in her straight »wny, Ii i< simply wondoitul bow (juioliiy Cbamber lain'd CoukIi Remedy roliovod the ohil i.' ijol'l bv T. J. WrUbfc A Oo. Crop. Ltd., and (i, e. i^iDK, oh'erai?'. ' T3E PREPARi'I'IOIi Beet Qtlad to rollnvo and absolutely aarc Indig«altou iu Dr SboUoo'fl Dlgaatiro Tabnlsj, 'l'boy oontalu ovary known dlgatt»nk and digoBfc every kind ot food. Good raaqlts *r« always oartuio, li 6d and jifidi Obtamsblg iVttywturo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1914

' RHEUMATISM, jif Bholclcn's ' Mnunoiii) Liniment re inovru rtioru ouiwu ol rlmuma'iuu) uvury yuiic tiiau ike UO-Ottllfll lilUUIUtttiBm tuedioiutu combined. It will iwuoirata to yout very buiicii, ttnd sootbo and i-ubdua tbo pain. Tho firat uppltoailou will relieve, und continued nao wii] bring about roorvoiioua teinlts. Is tft and 0b> owslaiblu miyniMi 1'nWio Notice. M- T. 11 CHINESE IJKRHAUST (Lnt- of Ilnllnral) ' J U(!UEHBFULTjY tiralu rtieflflBOfi (in— tornal ftrnl ixt'-rnn1) rn,f| nil uilmootB without operation. Kvo mioaiulut. l'mctiaeri oxtrnpjv ly in Hlmnfihai and 1 hinn, huvin • b1 en int>ri-il by hta unoos tnrtJ, who f<»r ilircu k; iit*riitiono practised in China. Oommltul'.mi Inc. :Vll Charges Mmi Hnura--10 't.rn t ' Vi non fiiiii 2 n.m to 0 p.m. A J r.^a H1!II<R>FF STREET, ST \ WELL, Hill (Irnv, Walluloo, 18/1*2/13. To Mr T. I"). Leo. Thts t t-titnoiiiul lo certify thut I h<»vu boen nuJl-rin' from tin Iriteriat Compliim nt nurini»...

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STAWELL AND ITS MAILS Traders' Association Protests Plea for Better Service [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1914

STAWELL AND IIS MAILS Traders' Association Protests Pisa for Bottor Sorvico Tht> Stawvll Trader*' Association Hlill continues to uphold its r»>put;i— iion its a livn body, and at tlie rjontli ly meeting yesterday morning, tho mail Hi'iviee, so far an it iiU'dcis Smvell, cimo in i"o< some adverse comm-'iii. It was siatml by mi>rnbm tlmt the pns'al arrantmums between Sttuvell and Horsham were 11 ot satiKfactury, the sei vice beinp obsolete and mib ji'Ct to annoying di'J.ivs. It was no uncommon tiling to lintl it inipopsibln to reeeivu a reply befory Monday aftTiiu jn, to a letter posted in Stawoli'on th» previous Friday afternoon fo a Horsham address. At pr-scnt tStawi'll baa two mails a day to Horsham—ono made up at "0 minutes past '.i a.m., ami the other at 11.120 p.m , Thcflo timea also per tained to mail to Mnrtoa ; but in tb« latter oas" tho additional mail by the night express. Horsham was a inoro impot taut town than Muttoa, and Stawell had at loast, mi equa...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE MINING MANAGER'S REPORTS. SLOANES AND SCOTCHMANS CO. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1914

MINING INTELLIGENCE MINING MANAGER'S KEPORTB. SLOANE3 AND BUOTUH5UN3 00. Tbo icport furnished by Mr Licit (general nmn Rpr) to ibo meeting tho Sloanea and Sootohnnns I'o. eboKa th«t BlthoORb only comparatively n short timu in oharge of Ibo mine bo bda fn.'ly grasptd tbe eitaaiiou. Tbo dircotors ore pursuing a pro^rasfivo policy. and with tbo increased oipaotty of 'be battery bv brinninn it op io 30 beads of stamp;, and improved me'.hons of breaking and handling the or,, tin profits ebonld bo considerably lnoreaBeu in hia repu t Mr Link aiys :— Daring ihe past half-year Iho mill has rbn fall time on oro taken from virions plaoee in tho mint', nnd baa oruphed G 123 tons f)r ii ro'nrn of 360 ounues of free yo'd f Bud 860 unnooa by i-yannlo, from 1,352 . toon ot ronsStf't mineral ; an average re covery of ltn ppr ton uf oro ■ 920 level DurfiJtf itti ler.n (ho leidtntf ' 0 Opo over tbo taok of tb* tovo) near th" noit'i boantfary hs« b*«n txtaunen 5G | tbu 8vwr»ya widib of tbe ore btily b...

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SPORTING NEWS CricKet. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1914

SPORTING MS CricKet. Kailwaya aod Navarro will play on lbo Cuturai Park on Saturday next.

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ANOTHER FIRE. Campbell Street the Scene, Mrs E. Martin's Residence Destroyed. Nothing Saved. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1914

ANOTHER FIRE Campbell Stroet tlio Sceuo. Mrs E. Martin's Koaideiico Doatroyod. Nothing Saved. For the Rt'cond time wilhin n weelc, Slawtll ban been visit', d by a Bcrions lire. On Saturday ev nirig, just as ilif liunim-is pl.io n wore about to close, mid I\1 iijii Stii "! bore its usual bijj i->tri(.h tni'nt <>l primKitiailerti, 111- tire boll mug mil Almost in u moment in ilin slre-l was practically barn ot people, tin uttiuriinii b»ing ih<> clow in iln> tlty alt- mlaut ui'on u tiro at night. l!y the linn, the crmvil r-aclied ■lie lire the six roomed wea her biKini re-iilencH ot Mrs Eriitmi Maiio, siuiat" in Cumpli'II was burnine lieroly f.om end to (•nd, anil then- was no hope ot saving any part of it. The firemen or. nrriv.il concentrated their efTnits on suing the adjoining housoa—one on each side ot the burning biiildinu—i.nd aided by a pood pre.ss.U'0 ol wa • r thoy were sucCcbsIuI in llv ir efforts, although it was fortunate that nfmly strong...

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LOCAL COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1914

LOOAL OOJirnriTION Alter a reooaa of B'juio fiyo weeks, iha third rouud of tho above will bo oom cnouoea to-morrow afternoon. The games Bet down for dcoison are — Footbillora v KaUw&yfl at Control Park, Oleuorohy v SuwtU ai Glonorohy. 'Iho Railway team for Wodnouday will bo aekoted from OiimpbMI, UUrlto, Whilty • Qeunoy, Dnnn, Jenkinson, Sorfvotier> Siaotoa, Robaou; Goatloy, M'Lean, Jacobs? Milbarti. The Footballers will bo chooen from—• Noilpoo, Duraok, (2), Mullen, i'ayno, Cox, ■ Cooper (-1), Woodward, Cartor, SiropsoD, I Sparrow^

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