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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

WORTH NOTING WE have just opened up our New Goods in all the Newest Styles for Summer Wear, Our Ladles' Shoes in White Kill or Poplin from 4s (id to 7s Gd, in anklets and 1 bnr, are (lie most up-to-date on the market. In Giacie Kid and Enamel Shoes, either Derby, Orel or Anklet are the Jate.it ; prices from 7s (id, at least 10 per cent, lower than liallarat prices, and nn equally hrK>' variety lo choose from. We respectfully invite inspection and comparison with any house jn )j)(, trade. Here you will get Reliable Goods nt Bedrock Prices. Special Announceirjent. TN order to clear many linos In Gents' Tan, Box Calf and Qlaole Bale., slightly narrow toos, we havo decidcd to make a Display In the adjoining Store whero these lines liavc been reduced at least one-half. All theso Goods worth up to 15s. per pair will be sold at from 8b. lid. In Ladies' Shoes, narrow toos, worth up to lis. 6d., will be nieared at from 4s. 11 d. Now is the Time to Save money. w. p. nobthcott. MRS HAWKEY, ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOILAGE VERSUS SILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

SOILAGE VERSUS SILAGE. In beginning this article it may as well bo admitted that my experience lies with tho first named only, but 1 have had tho benefit of the experi ence of successful dairymen living near, whoso methods ami results nave been Ireoly given m conversation. Be it aiso understood that I am not argu ing against tho building of siloa and their success as aids in tuo production ol cream and butter. 1 am simply pointing out another road that loads to tho sauio or even better results, namely, tuo soilage .system. In considering tho production ol gre<.-n feeds for dairy cows there is ouo objection that is almost always nu>ed. tliat is, t)io amount oi labor required. To this L reply that nothing can bo accomplished without work, and that the amount oi extra, labor is not so great, it roghtly managed, a.s 1 shall tmow. lliu great advantage oi' soil age i,-> tliat it is tho poor man's friend tiud that but little capital will be needed to carry it on suceesstui...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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ALLANDALE ELECTORATE. SIR ALEX. PEACOCK DECLARED ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

ALLANDALE ELECTORATE. SIR ALEX. PEACOCK DE CLARED ELECTED. There being 110 opposition to the return of Sir Alexander Peacock as representative of this electorate he was declared elected at tnidday on Tuesday, The returning officer (Cr W. P. Northcott, J.P.) made the formal declaration on the steps of the Cres wick town hall. Sir Alexander had that day pro ceeded to Warracknabcal to assist the Minister for Agriculture in his election campaign, and was not present at the declaration, but was represented by his brother, Mr Henry Peacock. Mr Peacock said his brother had asked him to ittend as he had gone to help Mr Hutchinson in his campaign. He desired on Sir Alexander's behalf to thank the electors for returning him as fheir member, a position he had held for about 35 years, lie hoped he would be long spared to represent the electorate in the Liberal interest. The electors could be congratulated on also having another Minister in Mr Drvs dale Brown, Minister of Mines, to represent the...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By "Ambrosino.") Tlio mast becoming Way ol' wearing the hair for littlo cuildren from livo to tea years ot age, is to louvu ~ it hanging on tlio shoulders, and only tastened by a velvet elastio, or u rib bon matching tnu di;cs.s, winch sur rounds tlio iioad and finishes at ono sido in a rosottu or a knot. fcjoirio times tlio hair is divided by a parting either 111 tho nnddlo or on ono sido ot tho head, and is kept buck by u wido ribbou. i<'rom ton to inteou, tho most popular coill'uro is tlio "caiogan," >vliich consists of a plait turned up twico ana lasteuod oil the uapo ot tho I neck by two largo ribbon bows. Two fringe on tho lorouead is woru a great deal, and makes a pretty iranio for a youthtul fuco. There is an air of distinction and reJuicineiit in tlio tailored suits 111 i'a ris showrooms just now that commends mom to tho smart mondn.no. The models aro of great interest, especially wiion it is remembered tnat these are never slavishly copied,...

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MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS SIR ALEX. PEACOCK RETURNED UNOPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

ministerial elections tU SIR ALEX. PEACOCK RE TURNED UNOPPOSED. The uoiuiuitious closed on Tuesday for the by-electious for the Legislative Assembly, caused by the constitution of the new Liberal Ministry under Mr Watt. The Minister of Education and Labor (Sir Alexander Peacock), who represents this electorate, the Chief Secrelary*(Mt Murray), and the Minister for Lands (Mr Lawson) were returned unopposed. The other three salaried Ministers in the Legislative Assembly are all opposed. The follow ing were the nominations :— Allandale.—Sir Alexander James Peacock, Minister of Education, legal manager, Creswick, unopposed. Borung — William Hutchinson, Minister for Agriculture and Water Supply, land owner, East Malvern ; Farquhar McRae, farmer, Wallup. Castlemaine and Maldon.—II. S. W. Lawson, Minister for Land, solici tor, unopposed. Esscndon.— William Alexander Watt, Premier and Treasurer, Park street, Moonee l'onds, merchaDt; Frank Keane, Victoria-street, Coburg, wood worker. Prahran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

MONEY to LEND NSS FARMS DUNCANS 67 QUEEN ST >\E:i/B9URNf SCHRECK'S POULTICE SCHRECK'S POULTICE CAN OUKE 'XUBEUCULAR JOINTfl, EOIS ONED SOKES, ABSCESSES, BorLS, carbuncl: ;s, jak, WHITLOW, UPKAJ.K.,, BUEN* AND BAD LEGS. All Oliemietft— 1/8 and 5/^ CUMBERLAND HOAI), I'ASCOE VAIiE (NKAtt OOHURO.) Phoenix Worsted Salts / The Perfection of Ready Tailored Clothes . . • THIS is the Biggest of All Clothing Values—the fined* of Blue Suits for 45/-. It gives you an extra Rood, all wool. Blue Twill Woritecl of fine appearance, coIour-fa£\ and long wearing, mnd< up with all that perfection of style nnd workmanship vliich you would expect only nt n much higher cc In fit, n carefully graded system of sizes ensures sat faction to men of nil figures. Fox No. 4- Serge Suits (Ready to Wear) Suits, Sizes 3 to 7—39/6 Trousers 3 to 7—13/9 Larger—4-2/6 Larger—IS /• »t, chest and intido lej PHOENIX CLOTHING CO., 347-9 KinfJ St., Melbourne (opp. FUjiialf Gardens) Its Stimmiug G'apaciiy la Bcc...

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A LAZY MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

A LAZY MAN. The laziest man is roportcd from a boot and shoo shop. A woman en tered his shop oiio day and said sho wanted to buy a pair of shoes. Tho lazy man, who was fitting oil a box at one eud of his establishment, looked at her, yawned wearily, and then said: —"I can't wait on you to-day. Cowo in somo timo when I'm landing up."

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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FREE LIBRARY. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

FREE LIBRARY. m ■ ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Crcs wick Mechanics' Institute and Free Library was held on Wednesday even ing last, when there were present:— The president (Rev. C. Robinson), Drs Sleenian and Wilson, Messrs Northcott, Tait, Ncdwcll, Clarkson, Mcl'hee, Steele and Robinson. Mr Cowling apologised for absence. In opeuing the meeting, the pre sident made a verbal report. He said there was nothing special 10 report re garding the proceedings of last year. They had gone on in the usual way. The members of committee had sup ported him very well. I''inancially iheir position was very good. The revenue trom the billiard room had been a great help, as also had been the small Government grant. The room gave a great deal of enjoyment and is well patroniseJ. Me would like to see more interest taken in the scieutific and literary side of the library. The tendeucy of the young people was to read novels, but for anyone with an ambition to get on they would be able to do...

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R[?] Shooting. CRESWICK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

Ris'b Shooting. CRHSWICK CLUB. 1'he fotl:j\vi ■ii; mi iuIj.'jis li -ve b^en tlioscn to represent :li: alum' club in 'i tnatc.i with H.JJ.ii.il. •!t Cr-'inurue un Saturday, 7 shot-:, j Myitis optional, ■il 5'iuanil (wo y.T.I;; • -W. Ayars, C. Ayar:;, C. \V. It, Gros.% Capt. .loiKiy, A. C':osli:<-, A. Ashtun, C. Usri idy.1, 'I'. Mack::y, '!'• Hcrmldo, H. VcbUad, M«jor NedwiMI, J. Arm strong. Members cun travel by the 9 =5 u m. or 3,13 p iu turn as desired.

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COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

COMMITTEE MEETING. At tlvi conclusion of tha annuil meeting, the committee met, when the election of otlicers &□<! sub committees took place, as follows: — President, Mr J. E. Cowling; vicc presidem, Mr W. l>. Northcott; treasurer, Mr G. Tail. Uuilding committee—Messrs Tait, Maugban, Northcott, and the presi dent. Book committee—Messrs S celc, Kitts, Tuit, Northcott, Mcl'hee. Rev. C. Robinson, Dr Wilscn, and the president. Mr Northcott moved that a hearty vote of thanks be accorded the retiring president, and that they place on record in the minute:, their appreciation of his services. Tne Rev. Mr Robin son had been a tower of strength to the committea for a long time, and was a model of punctuality. He had earned the esteem and respect of everyone. In seconding the motion, Dr WilsOD said it was pleasing to (he commitlca and of benefit to members to have such an intellectual nviii as the Rev. C. Robinson devoting sj much time to the library. The motion was unan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

Correct Time Wolfe's Schnapps

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HO[?] TO NEUTRALISE DANGEROUS STOMACH ACIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

HO'* TO NEUTRALISE DANGEROUS STOMACH ACIDS. l'ew people besides physicians real ise the importance of keeping lire fowl contents uf the stomach free from acid fermentation. Healthy normal diges tion cannot take place while the delicate lining of the stomach is being inflamed and distended by a.cid aud wind—the result of fermenting food in the stomach. To secure perfect digestion, fermentation must be stop ped or preventer), and the acid neutra lised. Fur this purpose physicians ! usually recommend nettinj; :l bisuralcil ijiiani-sia from the chemist and taking half a teaspoonful in a little hot or cold water immediately after eenpj>. Tiii-v 'i coiuiih ikI bisur.''!ed iit-.inrr-.fu Ij'.f.rmn: it is (>lt;asant to A ;'Itc, li.'.i " • diiagiociiblt: afltrt effect .11 j j iiijUi;;!" aui|js (lyweulatiun, neutralise:! the aciu u"'j mali« j soili siC'tl Io'jJ bland, awe?' auJ I easily digested. 'J'lic iii..,. i,f I,c,ui.ilcd in ij; | new-.-be 3tiro ysm i;et I lie liinuratcd, a'l uliici...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

Announoomonts. METHODIST CHURCHES. EHV1CES SUNDAY NEXT, as • follows:— Victoria Street—11 a.m., Kev Harrison; V p.m., Mr Chamberlain. North Greswick —11 a.m., Mr Down; 7 p.m., Kev Harrison. Spritigrnoiint—K p.m., Kev Harrison. Kingston—11 a.m., Mr I.a'.vrctifc; 1 p.m.. no .service. Broomlield—7 p.m., Mr Johannsen. Allendale—7 p.m., Mr lletheriiiKton. Newlyn -11 a.m., Mr Chamberlain; 7 p.m., MrTinney. Clark's Hill—'J p.m., Mr Cassell. Smcnton— !1 p.m.. Mr CliamberlHin. rplllO COMMINKI) METHODIST I SUNDAY SCIKIUI, ('SCNSO w II h" held at I.KAli.MONTH on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY Mth. T-ain leaves North (Jreswick 9 *10 a.m., mail-' for a ceO'! il:i. i.utin^ Tie!.-, t. may lie obtaimd I'r.'iu Mi W. ..i. i riu, North i vi'swick, ami Mr 0. O. Ijowlty, Albi'rt-streot. \\TANTI'5L> — QUAKKi Ml'iiN ' and > > .STONEQKUAKEUS.-Apply P. Cohcoiiaw, Smeulon. WANTED—BOY to carry papers. Apply Llovd's Nkws Agency, Wanted, Announooment* Daylesford Hospital Jubilee Carnival. A MEETING of Residents of...

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EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. INAUGURAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. INAUGURAL MEETING. 'file inaugural meeting of tlic Annu.il Easter Monday Sporls was held at tlie Presbytery on Wednesday evening last, to uiake preliminary ar rangements ,for the forthcoming carnival. The Rev. Father Walsh, occupicd the chair, and there was a record attendance. Apologies for non-attendance were received from Messrs T. M. Ilames, R. Wall, T. Clarke. J. Allen and H. Hendcr. The rev. chairman said he was very pleased to see so many of his old friends present, also to welcome new faces. lie was very grateful to them for their presence, it being the meeting to frame the programme for the coming Easter Monday annual effort. He wished everybody to be at home, and extended to all the com pliments of the season. llic secretary (Mr J. Oxlcy) sup jested that Iliu committee consider whether it would he wise for them lo increase the prize money for the pro gramme from /58-which w.is the total amount last year—to £70. Hp thought it would lie money well spent...

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WORKING CLAY LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

WORKING CLAY LAND. There is a considerable area of heavy clay laud in the terraces bordering the alluvial flats and in rolling country, which grows moro than average crops I when properly managed., but requires experienced handling. When ploughed tho least bit too wet they pack, and tho bad effect is not got rid of lor several years. They get into a very retentive state, and lie cold and un responsive for a considerable part of tho year. They generally lack hu mus or vegetable matter, and are therefore diflicult to get into got*! physical condition, aud are only main tained in that condition by special treatment. It is generally conten » ded that it is uo use tile-dnunmg I such grouud, and that it would not respond to such expenditure; but it has been proved conclusively that such , is not the case. Tile drainage is ex i pensive, and the outlay is not repaid in one year or in two. Grain crops and root crops, are, however, improv ed to tho extent of 20 per cent, to 30 per cent. by cl...

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ON GOLDEN WINGS. CHAPTER XVIII. RICHARD HAMMONDS LAST RESOLVE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS. (By AY. HuhvII Pouli.). CHAl'TKH XVIII. iUOHAKD HAMMOND'S LAST liK SOLVK. Wo should not Hurry to roah>e a U-»ody .sentence; A word may mailed*, a lilo ran never be. — .Schiller, Mary Hammond was siuhhnlv throw upon the mercy i>i a seltlsh world; tln» j*aunt spectre ot starvation stood be fore her threshold ; a siel; child \v;i> crying in her arm* Jor lond denied. Xo tidings had reached her Horn her hus band since his cnivj di sertion—-a de sertion sho attributed to tho cruel in fluence <>1" his evil associate. whose machinations lie had ever been unable lo understand. So day by day, she rotunnd home, wearied and- exhausted l>v a lutilo search for labor; day hy day she read upon the thin pale i'atv of her stricken child, a fever, hurrying on ior want ol nourishment to fight it' off. In response to many applications .she had mado for employment, but 0110 had consented to engage her to work about tho house, and to tui.s lady she was indebted f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

AT LAST! HIGH-CLASS SWEDISH 8EP4RA T0R8 R?ailabl« at prioeu IIITUEHTO UNKNOWN, Our introduction of th« NEW MODEL "VEGA" Haa dor.lt a duiitb-blow to tb#i Exorbitant l'rioca cluargod by our Comp«t.itor«. MAKE NO MISTAKE 1 Thfi Now Model "VEGA" !« roUftlily and obeaply oonijtruoted »p«* aW>r. It baa no auporior in quality, and krioe there's nothing t« approaoh it. WE ASK all intending bayeri rnrify kh«wi «tat«monta, and 14 HAVE MONEY. wbiob U none tc» p!«a tifnl tbo»a tiraci. PJM0E8: !S GaJ. £8 IB 0 »8 Sal. £7 U » 55 Gal. £10 10 ft 86 Gal. £lft 1J1 7!n«r£stio Oommiuiva Agtau ! ant ihrouKhout VioUri*. Splsnoid opportunity (mart Writ« t«-day, D«]»»rtro«nJ "K.P.," Buckeye Harvester Co lo fJt tlT.. UKI.iUJl.'^NA THIS "DAKTHA31" TARPAULINS ARK THE KIND THAT LAST. They're made from apoelally tn looted materials that Blied the rain and itaiid any aruoint of burd wear aud rouKh hmuk". They're ehtmp, strong, and good. For price* and aamplea of mate rials, write— J. IIAKTBAM A HON. PTY.» LTD....

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AYRSHIRE CATTLE. POINTS AND CHARACTERISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

AYRSHIRE CATTLE. POINTS AND CHAKACTERIS T1CS. Although the Ayrshire is ono of tlio ' most distinctive of breeds, being nut ably different in color, size, horns, and ; milk yield irom the class ol cattle com ; moii nil over the surrounding country, | there is wonderfully little jelinble in | formation as to it.-> origin. cao i Tho breed. now known as the Ayr shire went by tin- name of the Dun lop cattle at the end of the 16th cen tury. They serin to haw been quite , numerous and well known for a con siderable distance from the parish of ! Dunlop, in the distrio;, oi Cunning ham, in North Ayrshire. Tiicy were later referred to a.s tho Cunningham orecd, and tlio name Ayrshire was pro s' bably applied to them early in the 19th century. A very old repojt reads:—"The breed is short in tlio l.g, iinelv .shaped in the head and lu.ck, wiih Mtiatl hori:s, not wide, but tapering to tlio point. They aro neither so thin coat ed as the Dutch, nor so thick and roiigu hided as the Lancashire oat...

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Broomfield. BUSINESS CHANGES HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

Broomfield. BUSINESS CHANGES HANDS. Mr Jas. Rachinger, for many years   an employee of the late Mr John Hetherington, butcher, of Broomfield,   has purchased the business of his late employer, and intends carrying it on.

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CORRESPONDENCE. SWIMMING FACILITIES. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 January 1914

CORRESPONDENCE.   SWIMMING FACILITIES. To the Editor. SIR.—No doubt we Creswickites are all behind the times in not having suit- able swimming facilities for the young people of the town. The heat wave of the last few weeks has had its mag- netic power of drawing quite a number to the fine sheet of water at Black Lead, both night and morning, for a "dip, " but it is unsafe unless a per- son is an expert swimmer. Supposing anyone was to get over their depth there, it would be a "gone case" for ever, as the depth of that dam is from 40 feet to 70 feet. There are quite a number of young people of the town very anxious to learn swimming, but where are they to go? A short time   back, it will be remembered, the coun- cil offered the bottom end of Park Lake for the school children to learn swimming, but quite a number of their parents will not sanction the idea of their children swimming there. Why? because we all know what a fright- ful stench was caused there a...

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