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Croquet [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 5 February 1914

Croquet The following hdios will provide after noon tea tJ-davMeodam69 Aiken, Banna, Cranatoo, Boll and Miaaoa Anthony and Aodorsoo.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NEWS Turf ARARAT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 5 February 1914

SPORTING PiliWS Turf AI5AUAT HACKS, Thori* vv.-.n i vorv liiri^o nttondftuco nfc yi'nlpflav'b ruomi-t. Arum', nnd tho sport, wild good. .— Tritt1, Uoliion l'cinoi'Be. 2 0 1 URitinat, I'onv K»o". 11. 2 ti 1 nil. Gnliion l'rinoosa 1 White W»;or 2 YiiU a Won by lnlf halt a length. Boiling : 5 lo 1 nijfwnnt, tho winnnr, fliu 2 aniline Wh'to Walor, 4 ti) 1 against Ucaokotifi, 8 and 10 la 1 agniusk other?, L'ureo. Li Onrto 2 ki 1 against. Trot; Yonynngo Utol against,. Plat*. Bnaparo 5 lo 1 nuniDst,

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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STAWELL CLUB, SINGLES HANDICAP; [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 5 February 1914

BTAWELL OLUB, SINGLES HANDICAP; F, UlarUe and W. Morris met in the aiogloo handicap yostsrday oftoraooo, bofcb olactiog off the 7 mark, '1 ho game waa a Mplondid contest throughout,* CUrln juat onutohiotf q viotory OQ tbe post, Morna led to the final ood, ecorinc 24-to bia oppononta 22. Cl&rko, however, oamo away at the laet ond, notoh ing 15 poioet. The tlnal ocDroa worfl ; Olftrka 25 Morris 24

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Cricket. FOOTBALLERS V RAILWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 5 February 1914

v CncKet. l-'OOTlULLEKS V 1U1LWAYS Tbio u&mo was played on Central P&tk yoBtcrday afternoon. The wioktt was in splendid order. Batting first, Footballers, who had two of tbctr run^ettors absent, l>m ou 90, Payne showing good form (or 31 ; ("5jopjr (110 »v|do did)well with tbo bat. Railways then wort to iho wiokelg, bat uuriu a very poor showing, the aids being dismissed for 50. Soaroa,— Footballers Payne, Ibw, b M'Loau «» 31 Neilaou, pld on wjokot, b Campbell .. E Cooper, b Campbell ... .. 10 A Cooper, o Olacko, b M'Loun .. 11 T P Daraok, pld on wicket, b Camp bell Mullen, b Campbell ... . • 0 Wood *ood, b Campbell ., ., 4 tl Durack, noi out .. ... ... .4 Sparrow, o Robuon, b M'Jjsan .« 0 Sundries .. ... 9 Total 00 Howling—C*mpboll 5 for 28, Kobaon 0 for 9, Clarke 0 for 11, Mtlbucn 0 for 8, ' M'Lean 3 for 20. Railways M'Lean, b Payno 9 Rasmussen, o Mnlleo, b Neilaon • • 6 Jenki^scm, o Payne ... •• 0 Clark**, b Noilson .♦ ... ... 7 Jaoksoo, o T Daraok, b Noilson .....

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

. THE PRFPARATION Beat filled to raluvo an<i absolutely enre Xnoi'sntiou ia Dr MitldonV Difiestiva T»pri«. . Xb«T aoeUm every Imffwn dlfflsnat «nd dlgeit evary kind of food. W6i utt| a f psxttotiieDoctopl jjj COMES HIE 9 Nurses' lj Opinion. t] A TESFIMONV TO I Bin: nw'i ... A.nsue. \ic.3-412. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. I know Clements Tonic is used extensively by the profession, and nurse? know its value and are seldom without it. Once a patient got very weak and low spuited, ancl 1 gave her Clement; Ionic. A few dofes made a change for the better, -lie rapidly be came bright and cheerful, it save her health and strength and soon put her cn her feet again, which made her a tirm believer in Clement, Tonic. Since. 1 have given it to many patients with the same good results. 1 am at a loss to know how we. who look after the sick, could get on without tlut splendid medicine. NURSE CARD." Y\\\* MtiiScvvie if ♦>.* fctv. '.o \>e taken lor Cviistspatiosj, 1'iie Acid in the Blood, ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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LADE'S COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

f—' ■ " LADlrS' COLUMN. Annnu-'tnl c hj eim ; 1) ;io:j the Sydney I'jlice Oo.iv; tie: otli-r day A dying w imin expressed a wish to b* bacicJ it* * cemetery winch hid be*n closed to b.imis soma yours rtyo. H«r l.i'e liusYm I hid been interred there and it wis her earnest wish (hat u-r remains should rrst ther > aU.>. -">he had been christened, coid\rinsd and married in th-» town ship—St A'\iv.:'a — :o which the cemeery w is aUich'd, and, very naturally cli >se i; has her l ist res mg place. II-r wish w is gr tu'cd but the relatives who cutsed the buri d to take ulaoe in 'he c'ioj d gruun s were ii .ed L'bl w'ith d> costs 'lbe cisebcUig 'i dc-idjdly unusual one attracted a lit of attention and sympathy \vi h the rehvives i.n having 10 p»y the tine was universal. The tu igisti a'e sr.id th.it the practice was ogiitist the law, it must be stepped. White boots and shoes are having an imm-nse vogue at present and no white costums is considered complete uulfsa the footwear ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

DELAY IS DANGER* ' w§ Wo all remembot tb» pretty atory o! tbo |;t-Ia heto who aavod hia dative village in Hcllind, by cupping with hia banc*. Hirouithout the wholo of a d*rk, tnmultu Cub niu'lit, tlia fjontla trickle ot (be sua through a leal: ia the dyko, Und bo uab dono eo, lli''. wild aoc, cjast Luroly bavo worn iLa way tbroa«b tho dyiso, and uood ai Ibo vil'aKo. ttimilor danger Ibroitsna tia lieco. Uundroda ot bioka aro aobine, y. I. ptopls nro neKlocting thin woruiDf, nud il'a »u eaay lu check kidney diecaco, if taken iu lime bin don't uesleot tho lirtt, warnings. K;:id buw tbo dautfur oan bo averted : - Mra \V. Tunschko, " Wcndoureo," \\'»ko liam Street. KUwoll, oiya :-"Uv hnoband naod Doao'a Bsokaobe yiduoy l'ijla for uevsro paine ia the baoli, an ailmoni thai, bad troubled biu) for a youd ivbiii). At ticsec lio polteri'd Dgouy, anil was hardly »b!e to move, ( bad taken D-jan's U»ok aobo Kidney 1'illu uomo time previously, wish uuod rtiuuKtf, bo t persuaded biro to trv thio r...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

Hclntosh's Sale COMMENCES TO-UAYi HHURGH SERVICED OtI TRINITY OUT380H 5 h Bnnclay after Epiphany. Febraary 8 Servioee will bo held lo-marrow >g followi:—Morning at 11 and Evening at 7 Proaohor—Bev J. u. Dewhuret. ST MATTHEW'S PRESBYTERIAN OHOEOH. Divine services will bo oondnotad to morrow as follows : — Morning at 11, livening at 7. Preaober—Bev H. C. Matthew. T^JETHUDIST CHURCH, STAWELLi Services will be held to-morrow as follows:—Morning at 11 and Evening *t 7, Rev Brido Barber, F.Ii.B, Morning snbjeot—"The Imperfect Baorl fioe." Evening subject, "Man'a Capacity for the Infinite." Anthome morning and evening ; «olo at evening servioe ky Mr Calvert Barbsr, of Sydney. Cal.'stradda at 3 Mr J. E. Phlllipt, Dstp Lead at 3 the Minister HUROH OF CHRIST Servioes will be held.to-morrow at 11 a.m and 7 p.m. Mnbj-on—Morning, "Hoses' Charge to Iirael." Evening, "Ibe Goapsl in One Syllablr," Preaober—Mr J. E, Sbipway. giBTIBT OBUBGH E, FISHER. II a.m—"The Man with Good Sight." 7 p.m—"Life ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

A UKli \T KUFFEKrcli FttOM MBEA.SKIJ KIDNEY,H AND Ott&VEL. QUICKLY UUUfcil) 1SY IJIl SUEJj DOSo GIN PILLS, 1 I havo bucn a Bru'%t cuilurur lor mnuy yearn with L'/jauod i 'ilnnyo C tuvol nod SosldinK,1 \vrii«o Mrs K. (j'Otady. a Oltv ton-etroet, Bilmain, N S. W. 1 At timoa 1 wi*o 00 bid 1 ooulii not work. Tho paiuo in my back wrro to ocvoro i□ l.lio morning that I WRa utmbli) to not out ol bod without tsoiotoDop, and whan I otooiicil to pick ouy ibingup, ij who wi|h pram diffiouliy lliat 1 could etrai|;btan m'yaell a^ain.' It alnaya lelilpniiaid, auti very irritable, I triod raiiny du'fernnl Kindt) i;t romodiua bat derived no boaeiit whatever, One diy 1 w»B apealiinR to (t lndy Iciond and elm ottODiily BitvisijiJ too to try l)r Sholdon's Gin Pills. I tbonfiht iuuj """!"! !aat tbo Homo ob tlio other remeilloa, bub I am Uapiiy lu u»y that tuey ntu Uo boat pill* I luve aver oama aoroas, for alter taking iba fired do!o I telfe Rten'.y relieved, &nd I aatt tinaed lokltiR-t...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

LADi&r: whnHo health i-i oinoius tlieui iuy ynxif! v Rvn n ronr'Iy ndyiaed Co conauh Mra I'. M. OUIVord, Bnvmrintindent of tb® N'vtufB UosUh (/'o, of 11) L'iiaibH'i fe'trcfl*, M?lboc;i'uj> and /a<mi from iicr how tforrf health r.jiy Ijj rm need to l>y ol tliu wonderful *Kuro HuwoTrntm?^ ih*t hau cured uo tunny Uionafliido of wotuoo and xirlo. No oii^r^o whbl-jvtf >fl •node for tho consultation or advice. N.U» ilr-j Ofi(J"ord w|[l ju future vioil Stawill fbc third Tu°Bduy in ovt-r'5 IHo0^i may be Been at Uo (JouiinoraZcl Solal 10 a tu. to 7.80 p.m Tiw U©s» fi"1 wlu take pUca on 17«h Fcbraary. Xot vonfeuoe of pauegta and otbora Mpb Oi'jr, will carry u fall eapplv of all MiQWoaf By Bonding 2J pofitftge tbo COMp4°y * Molbottroo offlo9, a v*fa*fala hcjjl* «BiJ J>r wofl^on will ftj ppsfelj ftfft AflflfW

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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SPORTING NEWS Cricket. LOCAL COMPETITION, Stawell v. Glenorehy. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

SPORTING SH?J CncKet LOO *L COMPETITION, Smwoll v. aienorohy, The Blawoll team* vi©ited Glenorohy op Wednnnday, »nd played a mat oh in connec tion wuli tho abovo compttition, Tho viairora who wore threo men short, ob tained thu rcrviccg of a coople cf sob?, and batting firs; oonopiloil 107 ruo«. 'bom.ia and Conaublu wiro tho chief oontribotorp, and lad put tj5 runs befuto tliey were Boparftfcod. The latter bitted nicely for hia , 47, whiUt *' D. J." alrjo showed good form id making 24. Tbo balanoe of tho team oould not* do muoh against Perrya bowling, who finished np with iho reepeota lo avoragoofK wkt* for 22 runs. BlValfnm ol*o did wull in aecarinK 3 for 29. Glen oroky lost cis wickets for il wben 'bo Jighfc became t-o bad as to o&uao play to osaBo, and tbo K&rao thu9 ended in a draw. For tho homo aide, tho reliable ^pier wab tbo only btiU'ien to reach doublo fi^nrea, and i-> making 21 no4 oat battel in Ilia ofltul quiofc Btyle. tioorea tttawoli, Thoman, b Perry...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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CONRAD POWER DRAMATIC COY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

CONRAD POWER DBAMATIC COY., The abaro Ulonted and encoisilol company wll mane its reappearance here on Thursday, Febraary, J2tb, when tbft most) saoosBeful and up~to-dala draau of modem linu« will bo prodnoed entitled " I bavo Kopaid." Besides Mr Power, rcba will bo remembered hare last in 'Killarney,1 we no; i (bo spooial engagement o! MUl Ada Liwrenoo dirooo frouj tbo WUlliifa Anderson^ Xboatrea with Messrs Wa)csr Ualgleiflh, of (be o*mo firm, Divid CJUrk?, of ths .J. (J. WilltameoQ, Lid., Gerald Pooled direol from tbo Meivil'o Tbeatrei, London, Syd Danewood, Ern i'oNlflPi Charlos Ferman and others, with Missel Florrio Horan, qd old favorit?, May Willounhby from principal theatres, Lon» don, Nollio Melville, and Australian Kurprtuo paoket, Bulla Btovrar*, a country favorit* and muoioal direotrcap, Madam 8haw. direov from ihe Oomio Op ra of J 0 WiUiamt/oo lirm and Giber* more fljf less favorably known. Tbo drama u a pretty livtlo romance of mod«rn lit® with ploaty of ooraady Buppht...

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THE [?] The Last Word in Motoring. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

| The LaBt Word 111 Motoring. Tho itDtltB that fair to the lot of it journalist »r« many and varied i liny an) both pleasant and otherwise. Among the former category however, mnst bB. noted u ran in tho Ilubinobilo moior our, in which a " Vov.'H" representative participated, a day or bo ago. The oar, which wan driven by Mr Ham ilton, wan a l'.H-l model of lli-32 horse power. Tho driver and p'ongroan elam borod into tho fror.l seat., it having beon prnvionoly deoided to make a return trip In Uootor'd Onek, The jonrney " there and bnoli" was accomplished nnder a quarter of an hoar, tho oar making nothing of tbo roogh roads. The Hoi-mobile is fall ot snap and style, <13 low torpedo body holding fonr paisen gora with case. Its low centre of gravity perfect bilanoe, comfortably tilted teats, special rear axle oonrtrtotion and sprinpp, make it a oar which any man might be proud to own, Tho trip ebowed that a speed of thirty live miloa an bonr was obtainable on tho bill loading ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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WEDDING BELLS. Perry-Hooper. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

WEDDING BELiS. Perry-Hooper. A very quiet, but pretty wedding $ waa celebrated ou Wednesday &(tH. noon last at the home of Mr 8D([ Mrs Charles Parry, of Deep Lead, the contracting parties being jjj David Perry, fourth eon of Mr snd Mrs Charles Perry, Deep L6ad, md 1 Miss Ada Hooper, second daughter I of Mr and Mrs Chas Hooper, o! 1 Pleasant Creek. The bride, who | was given away by her lather, look, f ed tharming, in a dainty dross ol cream silk, with wreath and veil to match. She carried a beautiful bou- i quet of asparagus and carnationi, i The bridesmaid, Mibs Elsie Hooper, I sister of the bride looked very pretly, \ in a dainty dress of tussore silk. }lr ' j Robovs Perry aoted in tha capacity I of beat maiii After the knot had j b?cn successfully tied by Mr J. Shipway, evangelist, of the Church ol Christ, tha company sat downto a sumptuous breakfast in the large i dining room of tbe parents of tba bridegroom. At 'he close of tbe breakfast, Mr Shipway humoriouslj proposed...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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DR HUTCHING'S DEATH. A Possible Explanation. A Ganger's Story. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

DR HUTCHIHC'S DEATH A Possible Explanation. A. Ganger's Stoiy. Some lif>hi hiTs b»cn thrown on tlio sat! accident by which l)r T. B. Hutching!;, of Kuroa, lost his life throuph frilliiiR from the limited t'xpreHB, while journeying from Sydney recently. His widow re ceived 11 letter fi utn » idilway Hanger, who lian char^i; of the section of lino where the deceused'a body wua found. He als-> enclosed the doc tor's cicrnrctto enne, wliich h.e states, wae found a short distance away fio-ii where the body wan picked up on thu morning of thu sad fii'iilily. It is now believed by hia frienils ihat the cigarette cuflo must have slipped from bin lingers and in a'tenip'inB to regain it tho deceased over-b;ilaned and wbk whirled out on to the permanent way with such a disastrous result.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

Young Bros VOURG BROS.. | —AUCTIONEERS.— | STOCK AHD'SlATIUH AGEUlS- j Head Qifices—Horsham, Harnlt |ton, and A7i///. BRANOH OFFICER—Oi.o'.srton, Torang, Martoa, Minyip, VYarrnoknabeal, Benlab, ' panyup, Diraboola, Donald, Goroho, i Ararat, Natimnk, Rainbow, Jeparit, and Kiniva »nd Willanra I AgenoieB at Strathrfownio, Lake Bolao, ] Banyona, Ponshnret>, Balmoral, Hopoionn, Auction and Clearing Saleo Condnoted in ] Any Pan of the Stato. LWD SALB A&P8CIalt y. rnc'^nc Arrangomento iii-t'.a for Fat BtOO . Goiup Ballornt and uiolboumo Markets. Unlim'tsd Amcuuie o( Traal Money to . Lond, at 4 r.cr cent. — AGENT,"- i'OH Dennya, Lvoellao, Aunt,in and Ho., Wool ' Grain Brokers, Stock and Station Agonta, Gee'on . and Helboarno. Tho Bollar> Bmkin;; Company, Ltd, The A36tralaoiaT Mntnal Li?a Stools aeauraaoe Society Limited. Tue Victorian Fira Insurance Company. Tho National Firs iuinranca Company Now Zealand Bobincio arranged wibli all the leading utns ot auctioneers in Now Soatb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

this y-:-. -ois S; O.ER WE BUILD VEHICLES 'mait Y,' 13SE ' TO 1 > x fl hfta boon aoknowlcdgad tor over yearn by all who hava vloltod oat Faotory and Bhow Rooms thnt -rhon an arliolo o J. untiBnal morit or oat of oho tuury ran is wantod, fcho placo to pro.jaeo it is at BHIERKFF Bf/JS Should i« bo a Vohiolo tor bunineBS aoo, or nn Abbot u.W tor eaaa and oorafort. wp :ati supply it. ' . THE QUALITY lii RiSKT ! THE P8I.GF. I'EA'oih.AgLS 1 I (JfcSSDrS F,::RrtUT E' YflRYljram* otthr, fcralnom bPlna naporintomjocl by on., of th« Pnrtnora 1. mffior»nl>Rn»r»Dtoa Iliad tbo Now Man^cmo'.. w mnint.iln tbr Ropnt:nUip hold by Hio Firm /or tno LAST FORTY YEARS for FIRST-CLASS WORK mi<l PRIZK BAKERS at oil tbo Shown. TY13RS CUT, io., at VERY MODERATE RATiSS, Bngffios and Cthor Vehicles built to order. VoMotan Sopairod, Ro-paintod and Ra-tsimjasd. PBEM.1KE COACH FACTORY i»ta3 Batabliahod I860.] CORNER OF WIMMRRA & SUALJLAN S'1'3., STAWBLL. [EatabliaUoti I85g. HORS13B CAREFUL...

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TROUT THE [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

trout ii m m. (l!y W '..i", Tito tollotviog . . • (,-M itinv of (hi) ' - V ,•„ i(,8I"i it i» trom liio p.i ,.| u.: *», i:. Wntihyv-', who wsa direct? - i >,■•!> ;:n!ta,i! r>t iMuiPa when Hi..- wsu (3 boyday ot iu p,.... . .., ■ . Hie lifo ot tb . >-■ > ■«< in,,.WKl :o b» mailt) up cm,f«l «nd ffSO'lRK to » . u p*rly MS 'If'?'1 ttl1 «• ir.fi.n known <13 •rutiiei , » liiipn tii;! '•ifcc I •Alajor |> oily • .vtja hv( tubud in many waters ; - j,n inY»i#iUt> loo*l prodoot, n . • JOw- s«» the fpMIt), Jlltl 'A (trance. ■ tf.irjr.' i/liy is' 'A chief aniot ' . , .'.hr noui ; An'fateh hkv ; ' ] Arrivm* at , pp.ia aao'-, on ttxo upper ro^obea ot > ■- i loind ti^c, I river rather 'j<, fua. wale, ! iomeWfiit-'cloV!,. fa not ngMi tj d« •• -jc.h a»l.t to«-nvos ing, but tliu spi:*/ (j fc* faUu? 0'1(1 c:l (It) to gill '.*'1. ;o rty, that tho •ISoy'c1 hi: fiajj.?. t'Kgao 'lira up g ,.r At: rr,-. • ■ cl '>">•. 0i8» and tl -~b j flyti>h|...

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The Stawell News AND Pleasant Creek Chronicle SATURDAY. FEBRUARY, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

&h£ Standi UclDo ^ —AND— $kt$vMU SATiritUAY. KEBRUA11V , 131-1 Yesterday wna easily the hottest day cr the present enmmcr, tho theniiomeutpr rti!id'crinn lira m the ebnd<\ Tho nftar ncon wib noon unpleasant, doo', euJ li|(ht ' showers mehiui{ things very anociafort- J ahlp. The wentber indoors was oppressive in Hie txircmc. • I 'J he Borcngb foreman lias rcosived llie ; \ following repoit from Mr T. Cumming' ' oireisljer of the W9t9r works in tho Qranj J piina "Tha jiloca h»o £ecn bnrned oil i both sidoa of the Unmintvfrom the lunn,; to the woir. The llamiog li*s beon sooroii- J od ia many plaoo«, and two of tho 1»rb at .'Grevella1 were bnrned ; the stack of tim ber at.povme has bJ*o Bone. I will keep tho men for two dpys ^o) IifJ? with the legs/ 'l'he firs ia elill btjrnijjg oo tbp opposite aide, bnfcbouiaa ara .eif". I b^ye bid severe) men helping me, CoNSTAbtE Marshall, fij.iwoli West, hue forwarded the following repot;) to tiie DiBtnot Supt:—*' X biva to repor...

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