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HO Y TR[?]Y. Harvest Thauksgiving Services [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 February 1914
110 Y 1R NMY. Harvest Thauksgiyms' Sorvices Tho harvest festival in conufftion wi'b Holy Tiintty Onurob of EnwUi'd «»sheld on Sonclav. Tho.ohureh was Ucsori'od by the Indict, and several lo:a of fruits ndorncd various pirtu of tho nacred poiIio•. although for the tiia of ilia puisU mid Iowd % ranch larger display ol fruil. find gr^t-cery miRto* h>*vt \ ten exju^od. Tbe attenJ*noea waro goad lUrcufcunur- / the day The ev«-niiiK a^rvicc wae lak-u by tbe Be? O. Hajdcn. V'Oir cf [\n\ ftnyop, Sp«oml amnion wan MVuO by tho ohoic &ud aula® d. Tbo pronchar L»ok bid fs1- from Ku„.i 2nd •« And bukold LVj*/. o&uie (ro«i Hethlebftu and eh id act J ibo reapers. 4 Tho L«rd be with you* ; *ud ihoy Mitred him 4 Tho I^r-rd bitB3 ^ The mt mon W18 bo fellers .this 13 a ifpr> eantstion of what bar-poncd i" » lurvot tield, near by to tho 'own of Bethlebem ,1udal'. i towu probably about Ilia o.ma sizo ns Stawel --moro tlim 3,000 years ago. Do-.z, a wealthy kinsman of Klimeltck, theh...
The stawell News AND Pleasont Creek Chronicle TUESDAY, FEB. 24, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 February 1914
'SLhe Stinnett iteiua AND fpUasmU ©Utcmtde I TUESDAY, FEB. 2-1, 1911. .. Owiso 10 txireme presaaro on oar ppaoe, ft QQinlitj of reading mailer is crowded ooi of ibis iflsae. The ecpplementary industrial o'flas wa® corameuoed yesterday at (ho looal fcjoboo of Miues, when there were some 10 papile. Over 50 applied for eorolraeriL. Toe pros peo'.B of tho clttss are ebooI enaoara«ing» (tad he formation ehoald prove a dtciaed aoqaiait.oa 10 tho school. SrouTiNu men generally will eympathiee with Me W.J, Evl», whose well-known raoinp mare Ziogi met wilb qu acoidenl oo Banday morning. The mare became cd. liDglod in a wiro frfDQp, «ud T7ob eoYorelj oa aboa* the lega. i& ii not expeoted tba* £ ogi will be rble t) race before Master* On Tae»diy, March 0, Messrs ulitohi-U Bros and Wbitr. f*?orcd wi b instrao tone from Mr -jitn^a A. Cojpar. will soli at tfre I premiasp, Glunorchy, bid comfortibli I dwelling bou3e, coot .iuiog 5 rcoms ; aitO I oae aero of IttC. The prop?.ly ie uUn-ited '...
SENTENCE FOR THEFT. YOUNG MAN'S MANY LAPSES. THREE MONTHS' IMPRISON. MENT. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 February 1914
SENTENCE FOR THEFT. YOUNG MAN'S MANY LAPSES. I THREE MONTHS' IMPRISON- I MENT. I Albert Marsland, a young man oi only 19 years of age, was charged with ibe theft of clothing and other articles, the property of Teddy Mann, Green's Creek, on February 1 k Supt Can'y prosecuted. Teddy Mann, farm laborer, in tbc employ of Mr .1. C. Hutcbings, Green's Creek, said that be bad a box looked and roped in llie men's hut. He last saw the box secure on January 31 of this year. On acconnt ot something he had beard he went to examine his box oil or about Feb IS, when be found it had been broken open. He found a suit of clothes snd a quantity of other wearing apparel had bean atolen; there were a number of other articles taken— brush, sleeve links, shaving tackle, etc. He valued the articles a' about £7. All the stolen property bad bean taken from tbo box. He Identidcd tbo articles produced. AoonHed had been working for Mr Hutohings for a week, during which timo he slept in the hut where wit ness' ...
BREACH OF BOROUGH BY. LAWS. SICK COWS AND ROTTEN POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 February 1914
BREACH OF BOROUGH BY. LAWS. SICK COWS AMD ROTTEN' APOTATOliS. In this case Geurgn Humphrey, I Inspector -of Nuininces for the | Borough of H'awfll, instituted pro ceedings against Wm. M. M'Call, of Stawell West, on a charge o( hav ing deposited rubbish, to wir, about four Ions of rotton potatoes, in a : water channel within the boutiildty of the borough. Mr Anderson conducted the cms for the borongb, while Mr Grano ap- ! peared for doltnidfcnt. i George Humphrt-y said than oa ! Jau. 23 ho received information j ihat M'Call had deposited soma \ four tons of rotteu potatoes in a gully or water channel near Long. j field street, Stawell Was*. He \ (witness) had the potatoes covered j up, and informed M'Call that the j work had been done at hia j (M'Oall'e) expense. I Henry Thomas Harvey, a tenipor- j ary railway employs, deposed that \ two of his cowb had eaten the pota- j toes utid had become ill in conse- i quxuoe. H»saw M'Call driving in S ihe direction of the gully \ mentioned by t...
THE COURT. Stawell Warden's Court. A Mining Letse. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 February 1914
THE COUIU. Stawo'l Wardoa's Court. A Milling- Lateo. Mr I£. Harrison, l\M , pr...,;,) . . n sitting of the St, v II WimW, Court yfstnrdnv mor m.\ ji.n s mini milling r, ci a • I, nP,.|i«.&lt;l f b miniiiR liranc N • 225:!, A .ir.it, Tho present -.s c was 'fIBnrv Fraderiok Uayl'i •kl, ,vln &lt;.fforej ,* opposition to the he.iring ot' the application. The P M. -in-idol to rccomrmmd to the of vlinea that Mia application b- urunloj.
SNAKE IN THE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 February 1914
SNAKE IN THE STREET. The peace of mind of citizens oE Willaura residing in the vicinity of the shire (Jam was con siderably disturbed on Tuesday evening last by iho appearance of a young tigpr snake about two feet in length. The reptilt* had evidently visited the dam, and was cr.twlinc over the footpath into th« vacant ullotment adjoining the post office, when Mr A. Patterson came upon the scene, and with u brick, gave tl>.> unwelcome visitor the uoup do [jraoo. This ie probably the fi• st tim-&lt; a snika haa put in an appeirance in the heart of the town, and a» there may be otliera of the same family in the immediate vicinity, it bshovca the townspeople to k-ep a sharp look-out.
NEWS OF OUR NEICHBORS. Crisp Clips from our Contempo. aries. A CLOSE CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 February 1914
NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS. Crup Clips from our Contempor aries. A CLOSE CALL. j A young man named Gordon, j while digging out rabbit burrows in the vicinity of Green Yale, on Wed nesday last, Imd n lucky escape from serious injury. He waa woikini; underneath a big gum tree, when one of the limbs, alimst without ■ warninp, clashed to the earth. The falling brinclj, which weighed several huu.!redwflif»l)t, grazed the young worlsaivi'a back, tearing his shirt off, bii' leaving him un injured.
NEW TELEPH ONE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 February 1914
vfiW TBLBPti O/Vfi &ATKS. 'Xhe following &ro thoj?^taa lor Sale phone c.onverBtttions wh* C*Q are now in foroo from tho BUWoH Post office :— pUco le'*3coin0. Adtolfimio AruruS UnHftrAt Ik'ftnfotti Brim Kuuivn.: tl'a Bruits CifttVicn t Pirnnooi* Dnn> i: ir(;rortt Weatoro Gli-nr>rchy H'.r hum *!o.l 3ool •H/nnrtt-borCBgb Lubc-cli Mnlbourzic Min yjp Moys'cu V nr'.cw +N avprre Fimrinio Hup'vMvnp W»rr uckuaboal WillRiira W«| Wal lljattriebOTOugh, 3oo Joel Hajari Oh'noruhy and Greafc Western, close at [) tu. Opening fee. 2s 6d riitvieed on 2nd July 1912.J A. BUKROWS, PoajmaBter 3(1 3d la 9d 3d Bd Is id la Gil 3d 2d 2d t!d Sd la 9d \b 9d •Jd 2d M 2d 3d 6d ad 2d la 9d 4d 8d 8d 6d Is lOd la Id 8d 6d (id fid (id 5d 6d 6d 1e 3d 8d Od 9d 8d Gd 3d 3d Printed ax* petollshet foz tti pie , jprlotora bflTJflstwae^ flal&fe, Aft ofilet of tbo "flfcawtll Una CImiavI Vtotfl SfcusMhm | weoiS*'
ESCAPED LEOPARD. A Zoo Sensation. Animal Reaches Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 February 1914
ESCAPED LEOPARD. A Zoo Sensation, Animal Reaches BrunsT7icfe. A leopard whiah oeotpad at 3 o'oloolt on buarday morning citiefld qaila noHQBftrfoo , b'.forn it wna tiu..lly treed tu a baoii yard at BiunBwick and uhot. 1 I lis ftninnl had hctn rcwovad from its I o^o nn Friday ni^ht nod «a8 p|aood lQ a o ror.^box. Ov damo rucftna ii lowed tho top on, itid goi ont, ThHthmo Mioaea Lo Haaeff, daafihtira of Ihf onrn or, who wore Bleeping in a wired oheltor in tho opau, at.d wero aw»konod b? ilm erowlm«of tho loopard nn it prowlol round lluir uleopiDK &lt;ip»r'tn&lt;in». Mr L« Snilpf vyflfi alflO 'UVlknn-ld, «ua colno oat Wlthhiai.OKdU.1U0fl01 to CTi(g th h:»pa-d wh.oh t.i rn>-ri u|l Bnd bo|,ed ovoc a loiioo, fo'io'.ved by t'-.o dona, Till" OBOB.P.O BH0.ua to b&vo bonded ,0r Iiruu:«»lolJ and rcaohina U'kly b&lt;rn i, uToi-td ibe yard ot Mrt J Wrilt-r'w ht.n.c, Miot Vallnta no. ibero. find tho Iconard upraup towardo bor. bu« Gil-. flcM ootonmir.u into tho h...
STAWELL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 February 1914
e-nrz=r-~ ?:„»g Sl'AWBLL telephone ^IHECTORY -IV••■o.tor bd&lt;1 Froutibani HU- A it km, lJr . h. 11—Altino, O A (*nd Private Rca) 05 -Albion llo'.A (W -J Wirlc) 66 —An»lorfton, J A (auvt Priv&to Rat) aDd 111 ' Mao S -Anthony, \\ (and Private Ree, Gl^n orchy road U -AnefcraUuna Tailing Coy. 7 Bulk ot Anstralaaia, manager i —Ha i.cs, a U and Priva to Reaidenao. l-R.-t , U f,5 —B rlu-r W 0 and Priv Hco 13—15 n, \\ II and Privato Residence, 1 - BnMdlvut Broe & Oo 3—B » I \ M-»uth HotM (Mtfl *V-~qr> HO— Bricklayers* Arma Hotol Jjl.»Bor I-10— UcaIiok Green 118 Buo. Mus II—BnrkorBcod. 45—-C impbell, A G, Pocnotml ft;}—(\.»t« r, W. H. and Snn Priv Res W-Ch uhvick, B 0 and Tea Room 85—Ohudwick, Mw 78 — Clnrnnnt4I, BiiHh and Allen 52 -CJiji- 'ce, An«jus U 56 1 !?«• & Si'Ott b -CM?*-e Palace (A H Bash) C»7- ' oiumoiciul Hotel (W DonaldnOB 77—Commonwealth Hotol 18 (V.ojht Bros 87 Court Uou^y 42— Cranston, W S,(and PrivateReeldtao 43 • Cronoh, Fredh 81 —Crorar...
THE AQUATIC CARNIVAL. To-Morrow, Wednesday. The Handicaps. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 February 1914
1HE AQIWIC CARNIVAL. To-Morrow, Woduosilay. Tho Handicaps. It fpite of f.'.ns (» tlio contrary, it tins i'dw been &lt;l&lt; finitely dcoidcd thn' tli" lnng txpt;e("&lt;i eqmwic carnival will ukrt pl ic- to nioriow (Wnln^e &lt;1 iy) .-if■.•run hi. 'I'he CoramittfC hiv • It'fr no s'oui> nmurned to sure a rec'inl -ucc-'iis, an&lt;) indlcationa c-rtainly paint in that direction. Arranu.'nients have b en made to c.it.T for a and thorc crowd will.l>e nothing Inching in the way of ' .ili .c> rit- ictrfsliinents, oto. *!■: vi ■ 1 n;i to the carnival, ft i>ic&lt;un; sH'v.v will be held in ihe Contral P.irk in the evening, when a bin progrimm!! ol .ill that is la'Htft and heat in pictures will be screened. Tli» Stuwell limns Band will rendsra profit am mo of music both afternoon ami evening. The following handicaps have | bt-'en declared - Junior UiNDioir, For boya nnder 12 ynara of age, &lt;0 ydr, U, Hrowu, Gleuorohf ... aor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 24 February 1914
Undoubtedly the SALE OF THE in A J Our first day provided record ligures, exceeding any previous effoit. Public apprcciatiou moss marked. £5000 worth of Stock slipping away. All standard goods, uo rubbish. SHE Ti:'lS Ca H 10 b&'sts HODDEK BKO§ ' D.IC Great Clearing Sum mer Sale. Commences Saturday, Feb 7th. IS Big Welcome Event, to AH GREAT PRICE GUTTING FOR 14 DAYS, D.W. Madras Musliti, tasselled, only "Jd 54 inch Art Serge,Green and Maione, to go at iN idid 6 ft Linoleums, usual price ds lid. now 3s PJ — W.D. Summer Tweeds at Is 9d, Is Cd and Is, all cut t" (>j Ladies White Embroid Voile Robes l.'u, to clear at 35s 6d — Long Black Kid, sizes 6,'C|&lt; 7, cut from 5s lid to 4-5 6d Long White and Beaver Gloves to go at Gd and Hid OUR Bid STOCK Of LADIBS & GIRLS DRESSES & MILUNBRY All at Keenly Cut Prices. CorsetB at Is. Black Aprons at le, Is -lid, is lid and ~li 3d. rOMF TTi a ut "V" Mens' Felt Hats 10s Gd, now is Gd T?n R Mens' Tweed Suits a' 21s...
STAWELL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 February 1914
S I'AWGLL TELEPHONE | HIREGTORY ! 73-I'fMjlijr ami Ficncnaiu B3 — Attkfii, lie W. U-Akin?, (1 A iMid PrivAla Kea) ir> -A'bnr.i Hovl (W J EuU) 65 ~.\ndrr?on, .1 A (and Private Rat) and 19 t &U» 8 -Anthony, W (ftuii Private Kbp, Glec orcby road 0 ~ Australians Tarliuce Coy. 7 lv'tiU of Anotr&lasirs manajjor —l!ti lie-*, A U and Priva to Keaidance. t —Itir.i •, G (\5 —U.rUer \V 0 and Priv R*e l;j— i>t*ll, A U oml Privato Residence. 1 —Bwuib«nt Broe & Co 3—U , I Mid M )»rI) tlotrl (V.r3 v'*or) 110—Bricklayero4 A run Hotel Oki>ftBot 110—Berlin# Gcccd 118 - B\tt\ Miia 11—Biukvr Broa. 45—C.iQii'b«l), A G, Pomooal G3—t)nr ut, \V. 11. and Son &| Priv Kea 00-Chadwiek, B 0 and Tea Room 85 — Chndwick, >.,rn 78—Clnponnol, Bush and Allen 52 —Clarke, Angus H Bti-Chukf & Scott 8 —Coffee Palace (A H Bash) 67- •Commercial Hotel (W DoaaldtOO 77—Common wealth llolol IB—Cooper Bros 87— Court Houpo 4'2—Cranston, \Y S.(aud Private Reiideno 43—Crouch, Fre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 February 1914
"The Hupmobile" The Car which Sells on its Own Merita THE CREED OF ITS OWNERS ALL OVER THE WORLD IS:— BEST CAR OF ITS CLASS'' I" «ie World. IIENNYS LASCELLS LIMITED VICTORIAN AGENTS. Wo also control a wide range o£ Kngliab, American & Continental Csra Garage:- GHERINGHAP STREET, GEELONG. Pbone 1582. Garage:- 018 ELIZABETH STREET, MELBOURNE. Phono 5306 Central. Agents Stawcll and District— LARKAN BROS. Piano Tuner &lt;3, V. Praylinjr At htawell every tuebday r.i.n WEDNESDAY. All ihe load lop maUli olVlonos ooppliod. lijrRaina in Beonnd-HoDd PmriOB. Orders mny Lo left ill cats ot Mr d. I. Thomnp, Main tit, WILLIAMS, Paiaca of Sweets Largest and .Best Assortment always FKESU SODA FOUNTAIN DRINKS ant) lee Cream GLASS SHOW CASES FOtt bale ■ C. A. Williams. LABELLED PACKAGES Dressmaking PR3T-0LASB UREBSM4KIN Innlertaboo by the - Misses Deards lata of Hamilton ; aleo London experierae ADDRE88—"Heatherlia," Bt Georpe. Street. Btawpll. Koyal Excnange Biotel PATRICK ST., ST A....
MOTHER'S APPEAL. Baby Left with Parents. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 February 1914
MOTHER'S APPEAL. Baby Left witn Parents. Investigations by the policc re lative to the finding early on Mon day of a baby boy in a shed at the rear of the residence of Mr .1 Egan, Drummnnd B'reo', Ballarat, have eatablinhod thi fact Ihut Mio mother in Mr Kgan's danght.er, Nellie,, fibred 30 yearn. In tliti course of a statement made to lh« police Mian Egan Haid that ph« had beon living at Ararat, whero she was deceived, and thai early in the jvar she curan to B-illarat Ea^t, where the cbilcl was born on January 21. She left the liaby at hoi parents' place in the full bolit-f tint it would be wull cared for until sinsh lime ns bIio could take charge of it herself. In a note pinned to the baby's clothinfr she signed lier nam« Mra Hill, and stated that she was living apart from her husband through no fault of her own, adding that ber maiden name was Egan. Portion of the note read an follow*:— "I nm enclosing a sovereign for his keep at the present, and I will send you 8s a week to feed...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 February 1914
4 GKEAT SUFFIfi'HliK FttOM DISBAND K'DNEYH AND GKAVEL. QUICKLY OUHKD BY DK SHKL DON'fc GIN PILLS. 41 havo been a groafi sufferer for many yoare w»th Disaaeed KHr^ys. Gravel and Soaldinc,' writue Uro K. O'Grady, 8 OUy ton-airect, Balmain, N S.\V. ' At ticnoa I Wfia ao bnd I oould not worlt, l'h.« p>uno in my back worn bo severe io fclio morning thai f waa unablo to cet ntn of bed without oaaiuUnoe, and when I olooin»(l to pink any thing ap, it waa with profit ditti.Milty that I ooold straighten myui'lf nurnn. It alwayn foltr languid, and very irrttablr, I tried many different kinds of remedies bat derived no bom-tit whatever. Ono day I was Bpoakinu to a l>idy frirnd and oho 9troDKly advisod mo to try Dr Sheldon's Gia Pills. I tboaRbi tht-y wmiH bo jiisf tbo eamo aa tbe othoi* rcmedioj, hui I am happy to flay that tbey aro the ben* pill !• havt 0&lt;?f>r aamo aaro3Q, for tec takingstha firKt do*-* I Mtfireatly relieved, and I con linafcd tukiog then?, and offr*r a aoa...
CORRESPONDENCE Motor Cars. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "STAWELL NEWS") [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 February 1914
Motor Cars. (To Tub Editor or Tub Nkw.s1' Sin,—1 think it ig time some slips wre taken to roi>ulatc the [)])• cil of ihi' reckleBO drivers of motor enr.-i in and near Stiuvcll ; also to put snui" rostiiction upon them when they are driving past » fmner'n 11:11111. These 1 mntur drivers exp-:et 1 ho f.iuneiH iu pull oil' the road for them, even when wnre are loudi-d up with wheat. When we lmvo a four liorsn team it takes) un all our time to hold the toum without theso motor icIIowb bellowing with tln-ir l'i» horns to frighten our hors-H. I think it would lion fjood tiling it the (ioveni menr put an extru tax on motor owners, I do not think a motor car ia entitled to pass us at full upced ; alao they ihould not be allowed 011 roadB 011 which teams arc bcina driven. l-'AIIMJOK,