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BISLEY RIFLE TEAM. THE VICTORIAN THREE, STAWELL CAPTAIN AMONG SELECTED THIRTY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 19 February 1914

mmiEtfhlb'LE TEAM. THEVIOTQBIAN THREE, B'i'lWELL OAIH'AIN AMONG SELECTED TUIKTY. U.'ho rotutuitUu urtiointed by *vbo ooonoiJ Y c! Tho Vio«6rion KiUu Aa^ooiBtiou mot or oiturday evouic^'to stloot oO morkunior ^rom t.lm CO tppitoft 'la Vibo en* propcsruri l ^ DWiQu/ v\j VYtjlfota 0} tbt Binloy todin, whioh loavoo early in Maj nexa Aftor duo oonnidoratioii hvl boon ^ivon tho meriio of the various uriiUoanVi*, tbo "woedinn-oiU" procei'n bo^an. It wao b\ no tnoana nil enoy ma't. >r lo arrivo ah a llnal (icoinion with rojjard to woll and (.ivorablv known mtuimmon, moro popoomlly ao the committee had to tu l-ofc 15 from tho mtUu pniilin and lifioon fr^m tho country oWj1»p. Eventually th* tottowin^ 30 wero ohoauu: RlKlUOrOLIlAN, !i. Animtronu, Molhottrno Oriokot (Jlub ; J W. IlnM. Viotorian RuiLvaye ;C UrOBK, tiol)inf*ivooii ; 1), U. Davie?, RMbonrm 0 ub ; W. W llarrio, Victorian !tniiwuy> ; D, O Inohno, Men^nrio ft' i Hemiuntrm; M, Kirkhtvm, lUncUn ng ; I W. K-jyip, I'oel %ntl Ttlegr...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STAWELL V RAILWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 19 February 1914

HlAWiJLL V RilLiWAXS Suwell moi Hailwava OQ tho Ij&ke Re serve yeo'erdoy afiernoon. ana batting fir#*t pat up 73. Lauder top-Buored with 23, whiob was nicely cocnpiltd, Campbell, who took 7 wioke'B for 21, pac ap a most meritorious performance with the bill. Railway's innings realioad 01, Gaatloy, Jacoba, Borivonar, Kobaou uud Milbnru makioK the balk of the rune. Railways thQd wou by 2L raoe, Nooroo Kuwoll Tbomag, b Campbell .. .. -l Vernon, b Oampbull ... «• 8 Constable*. o Oiatko, b Campbell 0 VoQDg, b Oampuoli .» ... 2 Borrowp, b Caropboll ., .. 10 M'L»y, b Oampooll .. 2 Hook1, b Campb 11 ... «* 0 Anyon, b Olarko ,. ... 0 Ltaddr, b Herivi-ner ... ... 23 U«klny not on» ... .. .M 12 Dooglaas, et W bitty, b Scrivener 1 Sundries ... .. •• 2 Total 73 Bowling—Campbell 7 for 21, Scrivener 2 foe 2G, Jacobs U-for 12, Clarke 1 fur 13. j Railwayg. j Whitfcy, o Bnrrowa bO&kley £? 11 Gaanoy, b Voroon .. W 4 tiorivonei, o Hoole b Oonatab'o »* 13 Campbtli, o Yoaou b Constable 0 ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket. LOCAL COMPETITION. GLENORCHY V FOOTBALLERS. A BATTING COLLAPSE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 19 February 1914

CncKet. LOUJiJ UUJIPEUTi'IUN. OLENOKOHY V FOOTUALLERS. A BAT'l'ING OOLLlPSb. ThismaUh, wbioh was played on Central Perk yojtordiiy uftemoon was remukablj /or Glenoroliy'a nbaoluto aullapoo witn tlio bat, 'J ho diamisiwl d( tho wbolo team— which, liowcvar, wuo one man short—(or 1.1 rntiK, cououui'oo a record in looal oriolic. (or Borne timo past, Nono oftbo batBmon were able (o moka n Bland ngainsi the bowling o( NoilBcm and Mnllon, who knocked tbo wioktta ovoc ltko ekiilke. Glenoraby's "innings" woa simply a pre onedioD, tho batsmen oooupyini; mora time in donning their pads t laii at tlio areseu. With ihu txoopLiOn o( N'eilsOD (15), ami MqIIop, (13), tho butting ol tho Footballers oailG (or Intl.) comment, Tlio inuin^u closed (or 51. " Bin" I'oopcr was Gleu otcliy'a moat onoooss(ul bowler, oiptuciui; 7 wkls (or 21, Footballers thus won by i)b roo9, SooreB — Glenoroby. h'pier. b No laon .. .. 2 Edwards, b Neilaon ,,, 0 Cooper, b NeilaoQ ... ... 0 Perry, b NeiUon .. 4 Manin ran ont ....

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rifle Shooting. LADIES V. GENTLEMEN. HONORS EVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 19 February 1914

Kifie Snooting. L&DIE8 V. GENTLEMEN'. UONOUB EVEN, lenrdB from the htowoll Qnd Ladieo Kifla Oiuba ficed a niMioh at tlio rango yeatordtty atlornooD. « draw—300 all—ra laltmg Gonts, Ciipi V/ott P A 1'ola y FreoUod W E'lyortob W iIqiieu G Gray Capt Mrc Blfil M'o W80« Ut» N ..ouu JifB IVoeland '{|i«moco Mrai?oh Mrs L'istoo Ura 0 Ci Uray 100 200 Vila tda To 1 .. 29 20 o!l .. 30 26 fjli .. 30 22 52 .. 30 28 68 .. 27 23 50 .. 80 32 02 3'JO ljidiea ... 29 30 D9 so 23 6H .. 28 19 17 .. 30 2 5 55 ... 37 22 ■J 9 .. 24 20 •1 1 .. 20 2d 03 .. 20 2a 51 2G 20 10 300

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Billiards. RESTRICTING HAZARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 19 February 1914

Billiards. KESTIUOTING UAZiliDB. The oounoil of tbo Euglieb BilHatu Association la oonaidorin^ tbe qavtq \bitiry ot tbo roBtriotlona plftood oo o&nBOQQ biul hoaarde, Buob legislation, »( auy if dcoid od apoo, will apply to tbu 1915 ohompioo flblp,

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OBITUARY. Mr Patrick Phelan. Succumbs to Fatal Injuries. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 19 February 1914

OBITUARY. Iffv Patrick Phelau. Succumbs to Fatal Injuries, It is with deep regret (says the Warracknabeal " Herald ") that we record tho death of Mr Patrick Joseph Phelan, a well-known farmer of the Kellalac district. The sad event occurred ou Saturday evening us iha result of an unfortunate aceideut which took place on the farm early in the day. Mr Fhelan had just started to excavate a dam, and had only been a short time at work wh"n he wjs fatally injured. After going a few rounds, the plough came in contact with an obstacle, and thi) su ddeti impact threw Mt Phelan oft his feet ou to bis head. So sudden \va? the occurrence that a man who was giving assistance ecarcly realised what had happened. Mr Phelan was promptly taken to h's home. He though at first that be would soon recover, but as his 'condition became more serious medical aid was summoned. Examination showed that the case was critical, Mr Phnlan haviug ruptured a blood veaBel on the brain. H« lingered until about G o'clo...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 19 February 1914

THE PHETAR.VTIOa Bosi liHod to relievo'and abjointoly ouro Itidiguollon io Dr Shaldoa'n Digoii'ivn t'abaleu. Tbov coutiia ovecy Uoowo difjoDtauS and digest evory kind of food. Gcod ruoullo aro shviya oort, liu. Io fid and 2a GJ. (Jbtatoablu overywboro. Tbo Auatroliiu flout arrived u» Uluuel|! at about 1 o'oloak on Monday nftermoD allor n line [laeaaRU from Hobarl. GOT VEU i WliAE. ' My boy Jacl: way very bui with j Diarrhoea' writes Mra M. lr-u, i'orboo, N.*v W. 'Tor ijuii'c u fortnight bu bu» Ucsrj ill and Cot very vyuoli. My liuoband j biuijlit a bottk ol Ohsniburlcin'n (Jollo anrt | Diarrhoea liomody and to our liuriirioo oue I dujo coaiplotoly roliovd bin),' .-;ald by T. J. V/rigbs. i- Go, lJroii, Jjtd., ,"-uJ G. I'. IC.iu:.', gblJiyillti The iilaiio aro out for tlis uoT nr,al" ' otlko at Wincboltoc, \vliiob will osoat "over ilOO. JUST WHAT VOU NECD, Li-vio-Tonio Pillti cau be talsou at all timoa aud under a!J conditions by boib yonni; and old alika without" the elkbtem ridlr, u...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Bowling STAWELL BEATS ST ARNAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 19 February 1914

BowJmg BXAWlil't' 1113A.'1'S ST AllNAUP. I'hrai' rinlfn Irctn Iho HI AeaaiiO Club j mot jroil la Htuwull yo 'trrcl,i>, mid pl'iM-ri B matali with tbn looul ullib in H,o nft'it-l noou. O-vinfj 10 n luielinp L> onn 0f tlio 0,r« the rtid nus «»rt uri'ii 1 -IS. In Hip unavnidablti ftUsonco o[ lig Mayor /fir A. Jjirlun) Cc <•'. Giyomw('w| 0ffi i^lly nuuivsii .If St 'mind |if„y,.r, 1: t|i, IS xutmli I'li iuib r«, .vlimo no I01H <>t ll,n vmiitira win li itioicd. Thi. vioi rrn noro cntirininud at (linour at tlio Towi H-» Hoi"' Tlic «niuo proved moal onjomblp, lliou<ii Standi lucl no difli nHy in winning. Thu 81 Arnund |ilayord woro d.|ii;niod with ih□ loonl fircL'ti, mill tlio gnnd work dono by iho Otrttikor woe tbo oubjjct of niuoh taraenb a Comment. ltofreohnjoiitn wi-ro diflpoueed during tlio nftrrnoini, Sooroe: B St A Worrif. Sm i', n. llendcrso", 0, Mito'irli .. ... 16 goitt, Hu^oity, Tri'iJanowtiou, Bleoooo . ... .. 21 \V Miiulisll, Bnlobor, V...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 19 February 1914

lattXMBfa Undoubtedly the SALE OF THE SEASON. Our first day provided record ligures, exceeding any previous effort. Public appreciation moss marked. £5000 worth of Stock slipping awoy. All standard goods, 110 rubbish. siii terms cftH 10 u&irs HODDEK BROS D.IG. m Great Clearing Sum mer Sale. Commences Saturday, Feb 7th. is Big Welcome Event toi All GREAT PRICE CUTTING FOR 14 DAYS. D.W. Madras Muslin, tasselled, only 9d 54 inch Art Serge, Green and Matone, to go at 4d^d G ft LinolenmB, usual price 4a lid. now 3s 9J — W.D. Summer Tweeds at la 9d, la Gd and Is, all cut to Gd Ladies White Ecnbroid Voila Robss 153, to clear at 35b 6d — Long Black Kid, sizes G,'6], 7, cut from 5s lid to -Is Gd Long White and Beaver Gioves to go at Gd and 11^3 OUR BIG STOCK 0/^ LADIES & GIRLS DKBSSBS & MILLINERY All at Keenly Cut Prices. CorselB at Is. Black Aprons at Is, Is Hd, Is lid and 3d. rOMF 1? a IvT V Mens' Felt Ha's 10* G<1, now 2s Gd I?nD Mens'Tweed Suits a' 21s ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR TELEPHONE SERVICE. Letter from the Department. Result of Inspector's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 19 February 1914

I OUR TELEPHONE SERVICE. Letter from the Department Result of Inspector's Visit. Ia connection with the numerous oomplainta which have been made rogardins the Stawell telephone service, Mr Hastings Bell, secretary of the Traders' Association, has re ceived the folio wine letter from Mr Hans Irvine, M.P. The communica tion is in auswer to Mr Irvine's representation to the Postmaster Gsnoiftl;— Sir,—-With reference to your rep resentations of the 8th ultimo, re lative to a camaiumca'ion from Mr W. H. Bell, Secretary to the District Traders' Associ-i'ton, Stuwell, com plaining of the unsatisfactory state of the telephone instruments con nected with the 1 ocu 1 oxebange, I beg to inform you that a telephone inspector visited Stawell in connec tion with the matter and his report indicates that no sp»citie cases of telephones being out of order could be given, while the exchange records uhow that few faults have occurred recently. Induction was noticeible ou a number of subscribers' lines...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SUEZ CANAL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

THE SUEZ CANAL. ^ History attributes to tlio ancient Kgyptian King Karnes* Ii. tin- huiior of having boon the first to excavate a canal between tho Nile Delta and tho Hod Sou. Thin, having been allowed to Kill up and heroine disused, was ro opened lty Darius I. of IVrsia. When the Aruh.s conquered Kgypt is was onco more cleared and made scrvieable for tlio passage. of boats. In later Vimo.s tho strategic possibilities of connecting tin; Ued Sea and the .Mediterranean by a canal wide enough to admit, of tho passage of ocean-going vessels com mended iUoll to Napoleon, who despatched an engineer named Lepero to examine and report to him on tho scheme. This export submitted a re port which showed the scheme to bo impracticable - a judgment which sub sequent experience has sliown to bo erroneous; In 1819 a French engineer, Fovdin and do Lesseps—the ill-starred pro moter of tho now triumphant Panama Canal scheme—mado a. thorough sur vey of the isthmus, uiul tho work of making the canal wa...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUESTION AND ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

QUESTION AND ANSWER. Tliero was a new postmaster at Puddleton, rind ho was not having a very happy time. Most of the farmers living in the neighbourhood were in tho habit of calling for their letters, and the unfortunate postmaster found himself besieged by a crowd of burly, bawling men, all demanding loiters at the samo time. At last one strodo in who was bur lier than tho rest, and who shouted, with a voico of thunder: ''Have you got any letters for Mike Howo?" "For who?' snapped tho perspiring official. "Mike Howo, I said!" bawled the farmer, louder than ever. "Don't you know your job, or can't you talk English? Have you any lettors for SI ike Howe? Now do you under stand?" The postmaster took his glasses °'f "No, I have not," he snorted; "nei ther for your cow, nor anyone olse's cow I"

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE POULTRY RUN. DOES "LIKE BEGET LILKE?" [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

•Nil? POUJiTRY llUN' poes I, ■. loiiiii"'" statement that "like 11 ' ;=kr " and it is true to a cer btf! , inasmuch as a pair of . ,1 birds will produce progeny " pl' ' mie i" tin: hired in regard to i 18. , shape, and general type. ^ ^['."statement is not wholly tn.e, : 1>U< "" the man with the most ! aS' ,'uonld win everything all the im""! ii,. ,ould huy the most perfect i lim'' mate them, and breed the i f|"'r""'ul' once in the lead, would " hcSX' | whereupon the bottom of ; s,a>'. ''r\s would fall out. Ml poul •! know tlixit the "lost perfect '< uy •" „« rarely reproduce themselves J 'C".i»ted together, and they know ? * a bird, not nearly good i i, for an exhibition pen, is worth ! fnou^. ht in gold as a breeder of win-, J ltS The thing that tells most in > ""%■ r i that mysterious something f ^Thd^'n^k,'' and any man may hie upon a mating that will give | , which is one of the ' of «hc The skilful ' i U-r of course, makes the best \ jj,v uise of...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

USEFUL HINTS. Ten and one-half per cent, of an egg Is fat. , Linseed meal, mixed with other ground feed, is excellent for produc ing eggs, but it is too laxative in its effects to bo fed to fowls in large quantities. Seventy-four per cent, of an egg is water. Note the importance of pro viding good fresh clean water for the fowls for best results in egg: produc tion. The shell of an egg is composed of lime, and it takes considerable time to produce the shell for an egg every other day. It is a drain on the system, and sea shells, air-slaked lime and fresh rut bone assist the hen material ly in the production of eggs. Corn wilt produce the fat necessary, wheat being preferred to corn in warm cli mates. I'-gg production is a question more of maturity than of feeding, but it must be understood that the feeding may be so far wrong as to greatly in terfere with the natural tendencies of the bird. One may feed liberally and yet not feed well, especially when egg Production is sought. Usual...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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A PERTINENT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

A I'KltTINKNT QUESTION. Littl" Arthur's ir.otlior liad boon ti'IlinH tiim tlio story of a ferocious lio:u, mill uftor ruminating over it a while, lie suddenly exclaimed, S'poso I mis walking in tlio woods and a big bear came along and ii.to mo up— how's my soul going io got out of that bear's stuininick to got to lioaven? SlllC IIE.MEMURK-ED. . Jliimio, a^r-d two years, askod lier mother's permission to throw away seme (lowers, as tlioy woro dead, slio said, tier mother corrected her, and told her to say "witliorod," not '(Ii\k1.' The following day a military funeral was passing and the baby as tonished overyono by saying: "Como livro quick, motlior; someone else has withered I"

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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CARE OF THE TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

CARE OF THE TEETH. Most people do not realise the im portance of taking care of the teeth; at least, they do not realise until it is too late to repair the damage. One of the very best articles for the toilet table, if carefully and intelligently used, is diluted sulphurous acid. It should be prepared in the proportion of about ten drops of acid to two thirds of a tumbler of water. When one awakens in the morning, with a horrible taste in the mouth, and a feeling of dullness and general dis comfort, a thorough rinsing of the mouth and throat with this prepara tion is of the greatest value. If a few drops are swallowed it does no harm; but, of all things, make a complete cleansing of the mouth, teeth, and throat in all the comer; and crevices. It removes the adliesire secretions, which will sometimes conic away in great sheets. Immediately afterwards brush the teeth with Cas tile soap in abundance. This corrects any acidity that may remain about the roots of the teeth, and puts the m...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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FOR YOUNG FOLKS. IT COULDN'T BE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

poll YOUNG FOLKS. "" [T COULDN'T I1M DONK. viinu'l»>ilv said it couldn't l>o <lono, * Jim In' .villi a. clmi'lcto ropliod, J'liul mii.vln' '1 couldn't,, but ho would W'Iiii wouldn't siiv .<«> till )io triwl. g0 |1() I klrd in, tvith tho trnco i,f it r.i i" (hi hi:■ I.'If h" worried, lio hid it. |ji. si.-irti-il to niii|J ns ho tackled llio itiinji 'I'lmt louldn't l>o dono, and lio did it. g(,,iU.' iKly .scolfod, "Oh, you'll iioi'or do ilint-; ,\i do ouo lias ovor dono it." Hut In' «'<>k "" llis cottt> an(' tools ,.|| iii.s lint.; Ami tlio tirnt tiling wo know lio'<l bo i;uii it. With ihe lift of his chin and u bit of n (;rin, Wulnmt any doubting or quiddib, £1,, si;n (ix'l to sin £ ;in ho tackled tlio thin/; TJi.it couldn't bo dono; and ho did it. Tlioro :iiv thousands to toll you it can not. lio dono; Thutv tiro thousands to prophesy fnil lViv mo thousands to point out to j(Hi, ono by one, Tlio ilnnp'i's that wait, to as...

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WHY WE SUN-BURN. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

WHY WE SUN-BURN. As soon us we expose our bodies to sunlight the skin bccomcs tanned, that of brunettes taking- on a bronze colour, that of blonde persons becom ing daik yellow. What has happened: In order that the scorching rays may not penetrate the delicate tissues under the skin and injure them the whole body lias become active in sending dark substances to the protecuve skin in order to shut out the too ardont light. From all parts (low cohHiiintf matters. First, the yellow liput liruine borrowed from the fat; then the /ue lanin, black, as its name suggests. This comes from the blood tlm>u£!i the suprarenal capsules, situated i*11' mediately over the kidneys. The i»»v* erful stimulating influence the sup rarenals have upon the whole body is well known. When they are excit ed to supply this colouring matter their influence is. intensiJied and the> invigorate the system. This proba bly explains why sun baths are so powerful a tonic. llody and mind ou^ht to bo euitiv»tr &...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

: < OOTVE HY \V K A K. 4 My bov Jack was v«ry bid wiib DUrrhoes' writes Mrs M. Lpp, Forbqp, N.SW. * For qui a & fortnt&bt hf» has been ill and cob very wpak. My husband b^OKh* b«*tl* of Charobprlnin's Uolio and DUfhoey Renvertv and toon* Burprtae onn Ho* ooroi>i*'«'y r*»Hev«<j bina.' -old by T. ,T. W.itfbt&GoiP^, Udi3 aBti Cr. P. Ktoty ctomftv, «: roK iiih: Stomach and Liver. Becausc it clonuses the system aiul ^emly stimulates the action of the stomach, liver, ami boweU. Mother Sei^el's Syrup—made from roots, barks, and leaves- soon corrects the 44 out'of-sorts " condition from which so n.a.ty people suffer at the change of season. Thirty drops taken after meals, renew appetite and purify the blood by ensuring ^ood digestion. When you have headaches, or pains in the stomach. flatulence, no appetite or energy, when you soon feel d«»ne-up and weary, your stomach and liver need help, and need it. sorely. Take Mother Sei^tTs Syrup after ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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INGROWN NAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

INGROWN NAILS. It has been found that copious »],. plication of dried powdered alum js sutYiciem to cure every case of . ;n, growing- nail ill our expci icnci. in about five days. The application were never painful in the least, ,uui ; the destruction of the pathological ti,. sue resulted in the formation of a hard, resistant, and turn-sensitive- i,,.,) for the. nail, a perfect cute foi tjK. intrrowinff tendency. The non-toxi city of the alum, its easy application, and the fine results render it the cho sen treatment for cases in which sui gical intervention is not coutnupl^j It is best to apply a fomentation oi soap and water for twenty-four hour-: beforehand, and then pour the alum into the space between the nail and its bed, lampooning with cotton t„ keep the alum in place, and lepeatini; the application daily. The suppura tion rapidly dries up, and pain ami discomfort are relieved almost at once.

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