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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 10 February 1914

Kifio Sjioouagf k elioot (or uuimuuition took plsoo co the lccil rauyo on Saturday, with tlio fo!« lowio^ r< guItb ; — Copt Weft 07 J Filzpfltriok W H T I'Mzpulrick 05 M^mbora of tho looft^ ol«b nra rcqtiop^o^ to i in eolid praolioo for tho mutoti wi'h Ballun, tho raoguo beiufj 200, 300 Mid 600 yd-. Horsham jaot wrek, Mr (/. Konnison W19iri'flood form w:th tho ritlc, flooring li8 po|oj.i at rftngco of <;00,'oG0 aod tiOOyde,

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW TELEPHONE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

>EW 7BLEPH ONE RATES. The following era the oow rates for tela phoae coovoFoatiooa whfeb aro nowio tozcs from khf StawcU Post Offlco p\dCe lut 3 oiisa. \dtnl3mio Anr»> BalUrat He&afcrl Brim Baangor CMfcr* ;• Do +tlrt • Giwr>.\ F3 i!i"r.MP t Jo*l Jowl Jang •fLaorisboroUKh Labeok Melbnarou 1* Min/ip MoTttfon. •VlU'Ofi tN-varre Kiojpieio Hopaorcp Wt»rruc!k»*.bsal WiliHtir* VVKt Wnl f LannBliorociflj, Gl*corchy ana Gr p id. 0(ieniny fee, Ub M THv-viohH on 2n-t July 1819.] A. DUHUOW«. PcsjrahBtar 3d SJ lo 9d Q.i Sd Is 4d la 6d 6i J.4 U 0 *d 1' fcl J • w ^r1 'id a • £*i e<; 2d fid la 3d 4<i Sd 8d ea e 1(M le 44 Od CrJ 6<t W r>A 6»r 5d U £.1 3a tW 9(1 ,•>< 1d 24 Jca) Jcal Nwr t Wo3ti re, clofy r.8 Printer . «aa jmclianet io> wo pr« »rl«tor» fcyPlMlnaafl ttaV&t, e9 &■• r.fU«» ol. th* 'SHviJI Mm tat 9tEA»ari era* mirnhAi^ #M* . i-;„ .4..

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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STAWELL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

fc5 rAAYELL TELEPHONE j DIRECTORY ! 78 — 1'rna'or «nU KronchMii Bil-AUUcu, Ut W , 1j. 11 —Akin*. O A t»nd l'rivais Rti) I'm ...iKmn Uowl (W .1 Bull) 65— nj'lfri.-jn, J A (<u^i Privtu Rs«) hi>(1 i 11) fiijo i 8--AbiIioot, W (»nd l'nv»*» K«», Glta- | orchy rati 8—Aaslrtlisno Tailincs Co;. I 7-limkot Anatraluti*, 1 manager I—Ha A tl and Fuva »♦ Rtsidtia*. - (5 .1 G (j5—1J rker W 0 *nd I'tiT Re« '3—Brll, H »"d Pri»»»« Rtold.eo*. 1 - Brnatihpu' ISrns A Uo | H--U . 1 - "H M .o:h Hotxl (•'•« : 11(1— Urirtla»>-8'.' \rtai Uoticl j.frinr j Hft— Bonl'ac Qroau ] )13-B»u\ Mi-a II—Darker Brof. 45—Oampb»ll, A 0, risir<flnai (V—U«!lor, \V. I!. no ! S'li; AjPtI? Hti Or—Cbadwu-k, B 0 &iid Tea liciito 85—Cbadwirk, V 7S— Cbapoanfl.', and AII?u £2—Clark** A R ?.6-Clar< A ?■ K -CO'!- P • f? 67- l':' - v- •' '■ 77-0 • • * • • 18— « • < 87—<Yo. \i. •• 42— -J. n ?•••?;;-? Resident 43—-W;;w. 81 C !"• r?»v*vu SUsidiBM 04 - ? U9~Oft:00 rl >...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

Mr T, P. Lee CHINESE HERBALIST (Lit of BuIIirat) OUCOEESFOLIjY Ire&tB dieeafloa (in leroal and »stomal) and nil uilmcnts wilhoat operation. Kyo onpoiaifot. Practised exteopivly in ShnDgbai and Hbino, hftviot' brtm iDtareri by bio qdooo lorp, who tor three K<nerationfl pruotised in Ohiaa. Uonsnltsfcion freo, A.11 ObarRoo MorfaraU, GourG--10 a.m to 12 noon and 2 p m to p.m. Address— BOIRRM-F STREET, ST A WELL-. PROCTER &JREKCH4M. ft cue, i»l Carriers (Representing Mayno, NiokloBB Motor Oarrierp, Lid.) DKSiKB to notify tho PaMioof Sfswel »nd Dietriot (hat tboy will com m-noe business as Genial Carriera on 1st Deo, and will be p'eaaed to rcouived a phare of nabWo patronacB. Firewood for 8alp. Offioe in Railway yard Wflk«bam 8frce» where all orders will reacivo pcompfc atten tion Telephone No 78, WILLIAMS' Palace of Sweets Largest and Meat Assortment ALWAYS FRESH SODA FOUNTAIN DRINKS AND lee Cream GLASS SHOW CASES FOB BALE €r. A. Williams. i i WHEN THt BRIDE CO...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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OUR HIGH SCHOOL. Notes and Jottings: [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

OUR HIGH SCHOOL Notosaud Jotting's; School opened laBt W;ek. A fine enrolment. Attendance, 11"). The course provides for those who wish to enter the teaching service, banks, publio service, commercial life, etc. A vory (air number have chosen tho iiidtistrial courso. At the end of thfl your thorc should b» a steady stream oi pupils for the technical schools. There is a stiong stall on the school and flvojy leacber is irabuotl with zeal for lhe school's welfare ; anothor teacher, however, is b.idly needed to c.ope with the work, and the head mini or is hopelul that an other assistant will shortly be Bwnt.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

1 TO DO OTHEUS OOOo. 0' 1 huve been living in S. W. Queensland tor thirteen year?,' wrjtee Mr J, K. Tindalf, Krtitor of the Ounnftroulla " Wfnobmao," Dunns 'bat timw I have boon oob]»-ct io a' fr«cka of Pi*rrhnoa and hnvo always found OhumbirUtn'j Ootio and Diarrhoea Remedy io qniokly relief me, 1 c*n re* • oormnend it »o anyoua faff ring from, that onmfjl-tint. Yoo imy org tHa letter as yoo ' ■»,i' fir. for it ia written »o do tHicro pood.' >old by T. J ^ riuhfc & Co. Prop. Ltd,, and Q P. K'n« nhpmi»-fc. Blahhit Wrappers Send Your SKINS 3ES- LYOIff &CO l'renerry B'rteb, Aoooteiord, Melbourne* F1IGHEBT PRICES. PROMT BE TORN. % rifo foe Price Sfoi Dajs smk Ti}jng WHAT I-! NIC R THAN A COOL DRINK straight from tha Cellar through the loo host ? I This oiti bo bad a | M. VEAL' ' Who baa iobt I ort a Hew Doable Strotm | ronator Soda Drint, the most Up-to-date Give him k o^ll ior Fraite of all descrip tions ; the beet tbo nnrktfc uan Happly. If >oo oanorfc oomp, don'...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

THEY SAY. That the weather has cooled down sumewha'. About time, too. That 10S in tbe shadn is about tho record for Stawell. It was some warm. That tho dncks out on the Moke pilly are very scared of the fisher men. Cause and effect, we pre-, sume. Tb»t rain is wanted badly by! nearly every one. The orchards, could do with a little. ; That the Pomona "export season" commenced business on Monday, The road will be busy for a mouth or t\yo. That the Acquatic C irnival will bs a suepiss if tbey alldon't(want to be {spectators, Tbat business loaally seems to be more healthy than for some time past. That Ararat, Horsham and Stawell Council* all seem to be uuder th» limelight of late. Reform, retrenah rnents and rebuffs. That this wesk the guns will be j uncovered for the yearly slaughter ; There is every appearance of a thrse years' spell. Tbst the fishormen who visited the Wimmera River on Sunday last would do well lo leave the dynamite osps at home next time. Otherwise there will be trou...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

YVtf open our columns rol«m i inl.> m ninumoit inn Qu {uilillo utfairn, lull wu «lo n>»Mlu»T«Uy tho ophnotiH, or hoM otirni:iv<virnM|>onfliiilM for tho Htutomont:i of our coiTCMpomlonttu L*ltorp muiit l>u iicoomjuuHtitl by f Imj hiiiia ab<1 mWrcttfl of the vrrilvr, Uim!r- hoin^ roijuiiml oft * *uurnntoo of tfooil f.iiiti tunl uot uoooHflnrlly for Mh*»h«'kh lottnrftfo },n rt to t lift iiiiinnjC r MlWtuTnvy hh<5 ottuhj.oh (or pnblto tloi. .mint lift :\<Mnvsrrl to Hi'i i'Milor and n&t ► n r»«tinJ<i«rn nf Mm si.ill • VrroHpoii'lontn nro r« j i-'stcv'« •<» nrito on on« •lilo of tho i'iii»or. (To Tna Kuitoh of 'i'nh 'Haur.i.1, Nisns") .1 Sir, — Ah an ''Ardent AiirUt," the rending of "Trout in lie T.irwin," liy \V. K Matthews, published in your lesue i,l Stturd.iy l int, was a real for. Th» Kovnl" b^tw^en "Kutlinr" and tho ti out wna admir ably • 'osciil«<-(I, in f.icl ohm could ol mt'Si fhi>...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

kusuajatism." pf bbeldflD'o AJhgcetio Liniiuonl rc ; >Vea mono ctwea ol »bfiuiufi'inii every »r ibau tbo co.called rbouuia&ichi i--'<aioinea combined. It will puuotrato to '-'r *,onG?» Moiho aud tabdao tbo n':?1 Th®. flrii &jft?lieatioa will roliorp. ^ ■ c°n*,nQci^ Qat) wil bring about '•""" ffl'i

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Athletics [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

Athletics Vy.Hinuiilnv. ■Itli Unroll in foi down for UiohHl.tiiM'.o'1'1" N.w«rt, I31i»ri'y port* • of till! BtftWilli Ulld '■< I'lilM id Uonpiittli'. 'i'liu protfnimmo <i.»wn „„ in 11 l;nmliy ono ami oomprnuo »oreo ttiilnlio i vtiiitPj inoiud.-d in tlio htior -in. Ilioi'l lUnitio'ip of 150 y-irdn £3 , neooml JO«. I" tho b.reo ,i«nt' »U0 ohii-f r*ce bfin(J the llo-piittl Handicap ol U. ™e «'le- 15ntrl°? foc "uvori;. olow «,tb uio neoroury no» Iiuor ittnllii.ta n»'»ob, A y Utarootry double too- Vim admission 10 Slio ground , will .1" '*«• EV*°r :*«''■«&'!>»B b.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE COMING ATHLETIC CARNIVAL. Easter Drawing Nigh. Indications of a Record Success. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

THE COM NG ATHLETIC ! CARNIVAL Easter Drawiug1 Nitjh. indications of a Record SucceBB. It Is now juat two months to Stawell'fl gala time, an<) already in dications point lo ilie l'.'H carnival bi'ing a record success. Entries arc now coming to hand, and there is no donbt (bat the fore most a1 hit*ticj talent, of Auatrn liiai.i will lia represented at the Stawcll Athletic Club's Easter meet ing on April 11th and IJUh next. No less than A'(!05 has beeu eat aside as prir,money, ths ''Gift." of coarse, henling the list with b value of £ 120. Then, agaiD, theere ie the evening entertainment, for which f 100 lias bocu »«id->. Only first islass artists will participate. An ex tensive progrnintue of iiroworltB has also been prepared, the details of which ore us follows:— 1. Dieohargo ot aortal maroon announc ing Uie oommenaemant ot ilia dlaplay. 2. lllominnlion of Itao ground! by prit IDitiO ligbtii, 3. Flitiht of roakota emitting tttri of various oolors, 4. DieoliarKQ of Nrgo...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Croquet [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

Croquet '1|,« fullowinu *iH fiivo tea i„ ,).lV MdOit'vnit'n D»»hars6 EV-X, j?ori,|i>i>v .ind tint Alio-"O D 1>.® "m*

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Shepparton Carnival [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

Sliepparton Carnival Tlie following ara tba roealti of tb* Slifpparlon Sport* wbiob Wiire held Tn««* day and yesterday, wbeu then nae a largo allondanoe. The tanning wai of Iht higbett order:— * SQEl'PA.RTON Qlt'T—lSOjdf, £\\5 Bast, Kyabrftm,'18f,yds .. ... 1 C8 M Wbitp, KenaiORton, 10J.yda 2 h Jamae, Aaoot Vale, 15lyda •• 8 Fogarly, Melbourne, 18yda . > i A good rape. Time 11 8-5 «eo SPRINT H4NDXO&E—7^yd«. £10 J L Powell, OJydB ... 1 F Walker, Syda ... .. ..3 H'i'nornloy, lOyde .. ... 8 H (Jamie, Syda ... ., ... 4 Time 7 5-2 decs HURDLE BiOE—130yd». £20. B O'Snllivan, lOydi ... .... 1 K P Horid, 8vde .. 9 I.J M'Qebao, 9yd> •• B Time 1C 1-5 eeo-. VALLEY 1IANDIOAP—llOjds. £25 J DraRoro, 25yds ,, ..<1 W Olinoh, 32yd* 3 jgR V Jtlogaa, 82yd< ,, •> 8 lima 49 aeos. BOKA.TOH HALF-MILE BIKE tfiiaH'y ,, 1 Brown .. ... .i •• 3 Parkioion ... .. ... 8 BHEPFARTON WHEEL RAOE-2 mi.'el i Fairbridge ■■ .. Wilioa ... Bamael ... I FEDERAL BIKB--1 mils A.JD»viea ....

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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CricKet. LOCAL COMPETITION. STAWELL V. FOOTBALLERS [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

CricKet. " LOO ' V CO M P KTITION, 8TAWELL V. FOO ' B4.LLERS The ftbovo mrvtob took pUce yeilerd%T oo theC'fjn ral &Iu|(hd (a*pt) of 'ho Footbtllera won t*ie toaa and elected to btt. NoiIboo and A. ooper, taking nftrik* ti> the bowling of -M'Niven and Veroou. NhJ eon r«|tl'd tip 15 in qiiok time wheb his pa*t<«f?r w«o poin« eiB*dOy. Onoper hfter be had nr*'(e 28 in q'litf hie old e»yl* w*o bowud by Vomoo 2— 28— K4. H. Daraok fillod (be VAQdnov and to hi* score of 44 included oae bis. E. Ooop r played a ni<n , ioning* for b s 56. Tho ionins>a traa d-e olftred closed, two wiok-Ua bum*; down for , 15Q. I Yornon and Thomas opened (or Btiwcll to iho bowling of NtMleon and Mallcn.'Bo'b 1 batamen etauod with u will, and off the I fir-it two over- IB rona wure showing bat when 17 was ap Xbom&a waa oat for 1, pal infi b*il on from Neiloon'a bowling. Borrows followed, ana wis b*t'in# oio-Jy, when be wad uoforiona'ajy ran out, il'Nivoo tho nest man i...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

LADiES ——»— Ltdiea wboce health io oiuainn tbotn soy anxittv are strongly advised to oomoH Ura D. M. OliiVatd, HQpotioUndsDt ol the Nalara Uealsh (jg, ol 49 Elimbeth 8tr«et, Alelbaaror, and learn from hor bow good health m»y bo rotHred la tbem by macsna at U'.o wondcrlal Naftsrtt Homo Treatment, tbnt h&a onred bo m»Dy thousand! ot women and Rids. No <Jbarga wbafwvat to mads lor the ooodaliatioo or ndviot; N il. | Mn Olitford will in future vUit Stawoll ibs I third TutBdoy in every montb, when ebo may bo aeen at the Commercial Hotel from 10 am. to 7.HQ' p.m. 'The next'viut nill tako place on 17th February. IToMho aon veoionoo ol pauente and'othero Mra Oliftord will carry a (all iapply ol til medlciDoo. By aondiiiti 21 poitag'o tpo tho Company fo Melbourne okioe, a 7»lnal)le health gtjido (or womin will be pjatjd (coo. Addteoa department A,F. A QUE AT SUFFERER FROM DISEASED KIDNEYS AND Qll&VEL. QUICKLY CUllBD BY DR 3HEL ' DOS'B GIN PILLS. ' 1 liavo boon a gr...

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Turf [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

Turf At the Wirrooknabpftl r®0 s to ba he'd on Wednesday »Di Thnrfldav, 18 b and 19 H, Wyreem* • (8 7) and Modest M*ld (7.0) »re entered (or the Warruoknabenl ('op. lt> ibo ladies' ' BrtaeUt, Mod*8) Muiti wilt c*rry 7.3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

Halloa Notice Hsrvard College, UHOALL.AN SXnEET oalpal—M18S MORRIS, ot tho M«l boaruo Uoiwsity. Pj(.il« propatcd for jPbarm&oy, I'ubh'o ttytce4 Ptimar) -and' other examinations. P^rliojUrj Qj^y bj obtained trom Mao Uorria, Lifl»r-8tre«>. OnUagi rtBataeB tahiaa on Monday, 28>h iy. Miss Lillie Lemia l.T.C.l Miss Hellie Lemin LT.Cl (CtifeStd IVtcbera Tritity C'-lUge ot Sialic, Loodoo) Pianoforte, Organ, Haimony Etc. Toi»i«, ttiamed Taeiday 2Bth January, 1914. &indergattea CIbh resume SaiordaT, January 81, 101-1. "MOBUYA," Ood Central Park, Miss Mary PaJkiii, L.L.C.M TnHi8B.B»>atnsa~FEBHUABX 3, )9H. Tiaahtr ol PIANO. OROaN, THEORY and HARMONY. Addraia—"Darb&m " Alfred St. btawell. Miss Marv Fawcstt, l.A.B, Licentiate of Associated Board R.A.M. ttndR.C.M. Rctfatarftd Seoondary Teaoltar. PI1NOFORTE, rURVIONY AND COONXERI'OISX TUITION RBBOMED 3rd FEBUOAUV Addteaa—PMciok Street. Siawall. RESUMING XU1X10 1ST A WELL 2sd FEBRUARY, 1914 More Exam Successes. 133 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

this PLACE STANDS aHOi'r.-OER SHOUT"PER WITH YOUR 'S: AhTS. WE 3UXLD ViSHIOLBS THAT WILL Ph^* dE YOU. J" L' l)M bjoti aoknowl nlijod tor ovar year.) by a!) whn faavo viiiiod otir Faatory ami Show Kooma that whon on nttlolo o 1 uauaual merit of oati o( [ho • uiiitv ran in wnnto.l, tho phua to promto it la ut 8HIR11EFF BROS. Should it bo » Vohiolo /or buaiuuJd n3o. or an Abbot u^y 'or oaao aud oomforfc, wa aan atipply is, THE QUALITY IS EMIT! THE PRICE HtAS0.fiA8LE! AND THE Dfc£.„.. PcHFEGT ■fTVICHY Btanch ot tlio- ihwlnotm hpiivjr t uirarititemleil by one. of tin, iVmuvn It, auffidrat ..mronrfs that the New Slanaoomo. ■ W maintain tho Imputation hold by tho Firm (or tho LAST l-'OKl'V YZ'HRs for i?IRS'P.i!LAHS WORK a'd PRIZS TAKEU9at ft" »bo Showa TYERS CU T, &o„ at VEUY MODKBAT8 HATiB. Bnggios-and C*Uar VeMclog bu.il, to order. Tahiolss Sopaiivq, Sa-paiatg,!. «d JBa-fcpimm*. S»BKK3PL3aMEi3E,a8" P.RKMI.EE COACH FA.O'1'Oay KstabUahad 1859.] - . CollNEU Or. NVIMM1SRA & S...

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YOUTHFUL HOUSEBREAKERS. Stawell West Residence Entered. Offenders Apprehended. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

YOUTHFUL HOUSEBREAKERS* \ Stawell West Kosiduiice Entoved. OffeuderB Appreliemlcd. Oil Tuesday aftei no on, Mrs Hell, i who rccBidcs in D'Arcy Street, Stawull West, noticed that the residence ol Miss Alary iOlliot, close by, had been tempered will. Mrs Li11 had beon keeping the housu under observation, as Miss Elliot was absent from home, Another resident carricd tlio news to the police, and, together with Constable Marshall, mado nn in spection the same evening. It was found that the back door and window had been opened, and th» contents of (lie house wero scattered about iu the wildest confusion. Drawers had been pulled out, oup bourda ransacked, and boxes and trunks turned upside down. The thieves, howevor, bad centred centred their attentions chiefly on the ki cheu and pantry. Currant* ami raisins \ver« scattered about, a 'in of condensed milk scraped clean, while numerous prints of small bare feet wer« to be seen in the flour, ate,, which littered the floor. The policc imm-ulia...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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The Stawell News AND Pleasant Creek Chronicle THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 12 February 1914

'tjlhe Jjtaiuelt flcujg ^ AND ItaiMti $teek ^UraiUc'U THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 12,1914 li wor.ld seem as if somewhat brighter limes ave coming the way of S'awell, but whether the improve ment will be permanent is. of oourse, more than one can say at this juncture, Much of our immediate fn'nre depends upon whether the Great Boulder Comply, at lbs ex piration of thfcir pis: months' option, will consider the local gold field a arood enough proposition to warrant the huge outlay which will be necessary to treat the low-grade ore in a payable fashion, fhe ore is there—millions of tons of it. Will it pay for the working ? Most experts think so. There is a crumb of com fort la be derived from even a casual inspection of ihe huge open cu' | mode by Messrs Wilkinson and Galbraitb, who so heroically s'uck to 1 <beir gun» in the face of (he most discouraging element thai pan entflr! into ativ undertaking—lack of ade quate working capital. A few dayn ago the writer was taken to the brink o...

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