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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

MONEY to LEND ONSS FARMS DUNCAN WELLER , 67 QUBgN £T 2Ag^B9URNf

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

WORTH NOTING - IN - FOOTWEAR. tinm WE have iuet opened up our New Goods in till the Neweit StyUi j for Summer Wear. < Our Ladlea' Shoes in White Kid or Poplin from Js Gd to 7s 6d, in ankleti •nil 1 bar, "re llle m0Bt up-to-date on tbe market. In Ulacie Kid find Enamel Shoes, cither Derby, Ord or Anklet nro the latest; prices from 79 6d, at leant 10 per cent, lower tlinn Bnllnrat prices, and nn iqnallv lar^e v.-nwty to choose from- . , fir ivwjifcltulJy invite inspection ind cumparisuii Willi any liuuae til the tr*de. _ ,, _ Here you will get Reliable Goods at Bidrock Prices. Speoial Announcement. IN order to clear many llnoa In Qent*' Ton, Box Oalf and 0l8ols Bals., •Ilahtly narrow tosii'wo have doolded to make a Display In the adjoining Store where ttie»o lino* have been reduced at leaet ona»half. All I thoie Oood> worth up to 1 Ba. per pair will be cold at from 81. lid. In Ladles' fclhoo*, narrow toes, worth up to 1It, Od., will lis ulcered at from 4*. lie!. Now ;• t...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

FAREWELL WELCOME W£ personally part with 1913 with regret. It is like saying good bye to a friend who has served us well —a friend who helped us along the road to prospeiity ! Each day of each month our State lus prospered, and we have shared in the general distribution of those things which . lend to make life worth living ! To You Personally We - Say Thank You ! - Yes, we are glad to say ' thank you' because it has been through you that we have attained prosperity, and in all sin cerity we will endeavor to rcta'n your best wishes for ourselves and the Store we conduct -e * ! Special buying arrangements h»ve been made for 1914, and through these special arrangements we hope—by giving you more for less—lo show some slight re ciprocity for your support during 1913—! To You and Yours We Heartily Wish a Happy, Prosperous New Year. "THE WHITE HOUSE," M ORES WIC M * * « BRIDAL PORTRAITS Of Rare Beauty. We produce the moat perfect Bridal Portraits obtainable. This is a big thing to Bay, b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

Correct Time Wolfe's Schnapps"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

People's Party. CUES WICK BRANCH. A MEETING of Members of the above will beheld at MrNevett's Rooms, Albert-street, at S o'clock on WEDNESDAY EVENING NEXT, 7th January. Business important. Full attendance of members requested. T. A. WILSON, Secretary. R1ETHODIST CHURCHES. Services sunday next, as follows:— Victoria Street—11 a.m., Mr J. Tinney; 7 p.m.. Rev G. W. Harrison. Sub ject: "New Year Motto." The Covenant Service and Sacrament of the Lord's Supper to follow. North Creswick—11 a.m., Mr Chamber lain; 7 p.m., Mr Baxter. Sprinffmount—p.m., Supply. Kingston—11a.m., Mr J. Cassell. Broomfield—11 a.m., Mr Harrison; 7 n.m., Mr Pike. Allendale—11 a.m., Mr P. Johannsen; 7 p.m., Mr Chamberlain. Newlyn—3 p.m., Mr Chamberlain; 7 p.m. Mr R. H. Down. Clark'B Hill—3 p.m., Mr J. Tinney. Smeaton—3 p.m., Mr Harrison. W. T. HUMPHREYS, gTOCK AND SHAREBROKEIl national MUTUAL BUILDINGS ' ballarat. PhoneB: Office, 126 ; private, B21. CreBwick, Daylesford, Ararat, .Mary Qtough, and Scaredale Mint's. W...

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Maryborough Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

Maryborough Sports. The annual sports of the Highland Society were held at Maryborough on New Years's Day, and was very suc cessful. The attendance, however, was not quite up to that of last year. The principal results were as under:— Sheffield Handicap, of ;£ioo. C. M. S White (Kensington), 12A yds, 1 E. Aminde (South Melbourne), 11 yds, 2 J. Dreghorn (Brisbane), 11 £ yds 3 R. B. Drew (North Richmond, N.S.W.), 13 yds, 4 Sprint Handicap, 100 yds. E. Aminde, 7 >4 yds 1 R. B. Drew, 8J, yds 2 J. Godfrey. S yds 3 Burns Handicap, Irilf.mile. ■ R. D. Chalmers, 42 yds ... 1 i E. Michaelson, 46 yds 2 T. Souter, 52 yds 3 New Year's Gift, 440 yds. P. J. Ilolohan, 30 yds 1 D. II. Devine, 15 yds 2 C. O. Cassidy, 34 yds 3 Society Handicap, 220 yds. J. Dreghorn, 20 yds 1 W. Ilempel, 21 yds ... ... 2 L. Beyer, 18 yds 3 Hurdle Race, 130 yds. R. F. Ilogan, 9 yds 1 A. Williamson, 12 yds 2 D. llogan, 7 yds 3 Federal Handicap, 1 mile. R. McKeuzie, 55 yds 1 T. Snutpr. vris 2 II. H. Osborne, 93 yds .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

SCHRECK'S POULTICE SCHRECH'S POULTICE can cube tubeeoulae joints, poid oned boeeb, abscesses, boils, oaebunol;:s, jae, whitlow, speain:;, buenjs and bad legs. All ou»ml5ti 1/0 and b/.« cumberland iu)ad, l'ascoe vale (near coburg.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

IF you havo tried numbors of rem edies fop your com plaint and failed to [rot any benefit, DON'T GIVE UP HOPE. tliero is still my system to try; and it lias proved itseli' in 40 years' experience in treat ing every disease. " Where lunorance it a Crime," jtu{ publitficd. You cannot afford to be without it* Price Gd. Medicine sent po't free, wrapped necurely in plain wrapper. AtilJNT, M HlJiOUKXK STKAMSllJP COMPANY. CARKIEH tc SHIPPING AGENT, STORAGE FOR PRODUCE, FURNITURE, ETC. HOUSEHOLD iJN GIN E SIvIALL Watllo Earl; pim-lii^cd (piant'ities. Telephone, 1~(>6. 47 MOOKABOOL STREET, GEELONG. any INTERESTING INVENTIONS. COMING AUSTRALIAN PATEI^'lii. It ih reporud l>y tho well kuo"vn Pa teut AUutue\>, .viv.-iiiv, L». t*. i'uvri iV Co., i)i "Tuo liiaito." Collins btreet, Melbourne, that iit tho ordinary tour.se, Patent* ot tho Commonwealth will bo granted in respect ui all or most ot the iollow:ng mvc:»tnin>., Complete spe ciiitui..';!■> ami (Ji;nvings are publicly availa ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

^TiO PERMANENTLY Cf'-r.-i njtislldi. Liver wsd Kidref Irci C*»tri« Uk*ti, lnU.w;'' •»> M U-^a. C—»iaiiw iSLi fct**rea. VAiilKH, 429 ll.lNDECri-LAM:, iLilLI'.Ul'RNk'. Till: "llAUTRAJU" TARPAULINS W. MORGAN a CO 830-8 SWAN8T0N-BT MKLBOD*^*. o\ u ;, l'*'TKap < K'. 41fcO, ill of tlio abOTil i --. I" •*.<'. v:\ uuo. \eikaUAt *a<t Wla* .r *>>i->& x 'lojiUNly. )wpvrt«ra ft * m k», I-r-ii,,

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CURATIVE LIMITS OF RADIUM. INJURIOUS IN CERTAIN CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

CURATIVE LIMITS OF RADIUM.     INJURIOUS IN CERTAIN CASES. Dr O'Hara, of Melbourne, is return- ing from London in R.M.S. Morea, which reached Fremantle this week. His trip to Europe was undertaken for the purpose of getting first hand infor- mation concerning the curative proper- ties and possibilities of radium. Dr O'Hara said that after investiga- ting thoroughly the work at the radium institutes in London and Paris he had come to the conclusion that radium is a most important adjunct to surgery. At the same time, it had its distinct limits. It had the power of curing certain forms of cancer, and it had the power of alleviating pain and prolong- ing life in other forms of malignant disease, but in a third form of malign- ant disease it could be positively injurious. "It seems to me," Dr O'Hara con- tinued, "that the chief thing is to be able to choose cases suitable for treat- ment by radium, and experts in Europe are beginning to realise that fact. Many ...

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CARRIED A [?]UN BREACH IN HIS HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

CARRIED A GUN BREACH IN HIS HEAD.   Everyone is not aware that there is space inside a person's head for storing away heavy and bulky foreign articles. One man who had made a specialty of burglary and gaol-breaking now shows   how he was aided in his work by uti- lising this human attic storage-room. He concealed a large skeleton key and a saw 12 inches long, coiled like a watch spring, in the cavity reached through his nostrils. But in a recent London "Lancet," Dr Rushton Parker relates a more remarkable case of the carry- ing of a large foreign body in that space of the head—and that without the victim knowing that his head was so filled up and weighted down. A young farmer consulted a doctor for a nasal abscess that had troubled him some time. Probing the nostril, the surgeon found that a loose mass, ap- parently of metal, occupied a con- siderable space behind the nose and above the roof of the mouth. So large was this object that it was removed with di...

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THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 185[?] SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858, Saturday, January 3, 1914 At the Borough Council meeting on Tuesday, Cr W. B. Grose referred to the question of boring in this district. He had noticed that Mr Stanley Hunter, of the Mines department, had been in a neighboring town in connec- tion with similar work, and thought an effort should be made to have a visit from the officer mentioned. He moved that Sir Alexander Peacock be asked to arrange for Mr Hunter to report on the matter of drill boring at Creswick. Cr Ellis seconded the motion, and said it might help them out of the rebuff given them some time ago. The motion was carried. The New Year holiday was cele- brated on Thursday, in splendid weather. The Burrumbeet and Lal Lal races, Maryborough sports, and the lake and gardens at Ballarat were the rendezvous of many residents of the Creswick district who preferred a journey, whilst the local Park Lake was the gathering place of many of the townspeople. The rainfall for the mouth o...

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STATE POLITICS. MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

STATE POLITICS.     MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. The writs have been issued for the elections to be held for the seats ren- dered vacant by the acceptance of office of numbers of the new Watt Cabinet. The member for this dis- trict, Sir Alexander Peacock, having taken the portfolio of Minister of Educalion and Labor, has to seek re- election at the hands of his constitu-   ents. Nominations close with the returning officer (Cr W. P. Northcott, J.P.) at Creswick up to 12 noon on Tuesday next, and in the event of opposition, polling will take place on Thursday, 15th January. No candi- date in opposition to Sir Alexander Peacock has been announced. Messrs Watt (Premier), Mackinnon (Attorney-General), and Hutchinson (Minister for Agriculture and Water Supply) are to be opposed.

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COUNCIL, MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

COUNCIL MEMBERS. The vacancy in the Nelson province, caused by the resignation of Mr J. Drysdale Brown on his acceptance of office as Minister of Mines, was filled on Tuesday by the unopposed return of that gentleman. Mr Brown, in re- turning thanks, said that since the Murray-Watt Government came inlo power in January, 1909 its policy had always been of a forward Liberal character. The Government had ful- filled its pledges as far as it possibly could. Its work, both in legislation and administration, was better than that of any preceding Government in a similar period of time. He particularly men- tioned the Preferential Voting Act as a great achievement. Railway develop- ment had received very satisfactory   attention. Parliamentary authority hav- ing been obtained to build 740 miles of railway, of which 355 miles are already open for traffic. During the five years the Government had been in office it had done more to develop the country by means of railways than had...

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CORRESPONDENCE. FRUIT GROWING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse or hold ourselves responsible for opinions ex- pressed by our correspondents.] FRUIT GROWING. To the Editor. SIR,—About five or six weeks ago I saw by "Vesta's" notes in the "Argus" that, judging from the scarcity of   black currants, etc., she considered that Victoria could not be suitable for the growth of small fruits. According to the supply and the demand I think that conclusion was reasonable. She said she had not had a good gooseberry since she left England. I read the extract at a meeting of the Horticul- tural society, and asked the members who had really good samples of black and red currants and gooseberries to supply me with same so that I might send them to "Vesta." I obtained gooseberries from Mrs H. Smith and Mr Jebb, black currants from Miss Wall and red currants from Miss Spunner. I forwarded them to "Vesta," and also wrote to her. My letter and her comments thereon are in the "Argus" of Wednesday. The gist...

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THRILLING JOY RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

THRILLING JOY RIDE. Joy riders, who had a reckless ride   through city and suburban thorough- fares in an 18 h. p. touring car early on New Year's morning, met with a sensational accident along Glenferrie road, between Hawthorn and Malvern, before daybreak. It is believed that the joy riders were seven young men. About 1.45 a.m. Mr Kenneth Lloyd, motor car proprietor, of Lyndhurst street, Rich- mond, left a grey colored Imperial car, valued at £650, standing outside the residence of Mr Howlett, manager of South Melbourne gas works, in Bridge street, Albert Park. Fifteen minutes later he returned, and was astonished to find that the car had gone. Sus- pecting that joy riders had taken it for a new year spin, he immediately com- municated with the police. Without delay a description of the missing car was telephoned to the suburban police stations. In the meantime the joy riders were having a glorious time. The seven persons crammed themselves into the two-seated car, and...

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Coghill's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

Coghill's Creok, After a residence of over 60 years in the Coghill's Creek and Learmonth   districts, Mr Thomas Quinlivan has sold his property, and is removing to Gippsland. But his friends in the surrounding districts would not allow him to leave without some tangible proof of the respcct in which they held him. On the 26th ult. Messrs Holmes and Grills drove up to Mr Quinlivan's house and presented him with a purse containing 61 sovereigns which had been subscribed. There have not been many men in the Bal- larat district who have given more time and industry to the improvement of farm machinery generally than Mr Quinlivan has. Among the many im- provements could be mentioned his device for self-feeding on the threshing machine, also the loading platform which dispenses with bag lifting on same. Then his latest work was his engine, in which it is the maker's device to propel with each of the four wheels. He was a man of few words, kind to a fault, but firm in a crisis...

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WHAT IS WANTED. NEW YEAR SUGGESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

WHAT IS WANTED. NEW YEAR SUGGESTIONS. [By a Visitor.] How best to improve the town and district in which we live should be the paramount thought of every citizen of Creswick. In every direction in which the eye traverses opportunities and possibilities present themselves for ef- fecting improvements that would gladden the eye of not only visitors, but those who are resident here. CreBs- wick is admirably situated for beauti- fication, and with the expenditure of a little money, assisted by the energy and enthusiasm of its citizens, the sur- roundings of the town could be made far more attractive. And how is it possible to awaken the citizens up to that sense of responsibility and to cause them to bestir themselves in the direction indicated! There is one way,   and one only, viz., by the establish- ment of a Progress Association which could take in hand such matters as general improvement, etc., without coming into conflict with the Borough Council. Such an Association ...

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Allendale. ANOTHER FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

Allendale.           ANOTHER FIRE. About midnight on Saturday Mr. H. P. Evans' West End Store, which had been unoccupied for some time past, was destroyed by fire. Since his re- moval to Smeaton Mr. Evans had stored various commodities in the store, and at the time of the fire on Saturday night a fairly large assortment was on the premises. The brigade turned out, but the building was past hope. The homes of Mrs. McIndoe and Mrs. S. Markman were threatened, the heat of the houses causing some anxiety. The building was insured for £40 in the South British Insurance Company. This makes the sixth fire inside of six weeks. On Sunday night the firebell was again rung, but it was a false alarm.

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 January 1914

OBITUARY. Mr. James Miles, an old resident of Broomfield, died on the 26th ult., at the Creswick Hospital. A carpenter by occupation, he had been identified with the district from its inception, and had lived in Allendale for many years. He was 82 years of age.

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