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PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 27 March 1914

PROPERTY SALES. Messrs John T. Sloan and Co. conducted a successful clearing sale at Clunes on Thursday, the 20th inst., on behalf of Mrs l'ickett, when complete clearance was made of the household furniture, etc., at very satisfactory price:;. Messrs J. T. Sloan and Co. eflccted a good clearance of household furni ture, etc,, at Allendale, on Friday last, ou account o( Senior Coustable Gardiner, when there was a very large attendance of good buyers, and every lut icalised satisfactory prices. An allotment of laud in Rislori town real ised jC€, the purchaser being Mr Lewis Hopkins. Messrs John T. Sloan and Co. sub mitted to public auction at Kingston on Wednesday last, on behalf of Mr Marry T. Craig, of Uroken Hill, a comfortable cottage property adjacent to the station, which commanded keen competition. It was purchased by Mr R. Torney, for JQ75, which is very satisfactory. Meiiis Simpson ami Fricke uotify that a choice freehold farm, one mile from the Ncwlyn railway station, in th...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 27 March 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. | (By "Ambrosial).") Tiio average i-'reneh woman drowse.* iu nothing but ratino or in .sonic cloth «>l* the same family, known iijidcr the iiuiiiu of velours-ilc-laine, or \elpeen, but always very much the Maine tning to look at. Sue has it made into a funny little tailor-made and Li'immcu j wjoJi buttons and fur collar and cull*, I and uiih it sho wears ft chilfon blouse. I in the sumo colour over a very ligiu colored chiffon lining. When it is | cold she adds a stole and mull to her | toilette, and her hat will probably bo iu velvet to match the costume. Thus : turned out, hIio will bo suflioiently "dressed" lor shopping, visiting in tho ordinary way, or (tor a tea in an, hotel or tea-room. Her shoes will have .short patent-leather vamps aud elotn tup.., aud her gloves will bo either yel low or mastic suode. It quite young, >ho will wear her throat bare, il slu has passed her iirsi youth she will have a high guiuipe. It is com.idored far better taste to bo...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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HOW TO DISINFECT A COWSHED. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 27 March 1914

HOW TO DISINFECT A COW SHED. It IS always good practice whcro a contagious disease oi any kind ha* gained accoss to tho jierd to disinfect tho cntiro stable. In fact, this is of ton iuiperativo if it is desired to stamp out tho disease. Disinfootion is absolutely accessary where tubercu losis has gained access to tho herd. Bul letin 123 of tho Pennsylvania State College of Agriculturo recently pub islded gives a plan for disinfecting tho stable* which is valuable for this as well as for some other diseases:— 1. Itemovu all manure, litter, loose dirt, tooso. rotten boards and scrape "diu tioor clean. 2.. Sweep tho railings and walls free from cobwebs, dust and dirt, 3. Wash tho iocd boxes, mangers, bails and partitions with hot water containing enough lyo of washing pow der to cut tho dart. Scrub, all tlieso objects vigorously with a stiif brush. 4. Spray the walls, ceilings and floors-with, bichloride of mercury solu tion (1-1000) or a 5 per cent, carbolic acid solution (not crude.)...

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CYCLE SUNDRIES [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 27 March 1914

CYCLE SUNDRIES bracket, 1/6, front (ki, back id; Bracket Cups, <W; Cones, tid i/rUl li JU''r ^ ' Ao°^ Bags, oJ, 1/, l/G; Brakes, front, 1/11, 2/(5. 3/G, 4/U: limvilin, back, 0/6; Hulls, 6d, II, 1/3 continuous ringing, 1/5; Carbide, -Id, l>.J Cycling Capes 7/(5, 8/6, 10/6; Jff Embrocation 9d, 1/; Our Playing Cards, 3d; British Carriers, with 2 ft 1/; others, 2/6 to 8/6; Chains, i/b; lU'nolcLs Block, 4/11; Holler, 6/6: Lion und Arrow, 3/6; Perry, first qual 'ty. '1/6; Chain Groose, Id; Too Clips —JDepose, 10d; John Bull, 6dj AViro, 6d; Too Straps. 9d, 1/, 1/3. Trousers Clips, bands, Id; plated. 3d; look, 6d; Cycling Shoos 6/6, Hartley 8/6; Hector 9/6; Cyclometers, Veeder, 10,000 miles, 3/6; "Trip," latest model, 7/6; Dress I'Uiti.'i, lb jus., tki. AK>ii Drotv* Guat <i,v l/, 1/3, 1/'.). ' : Kaaniei—Hartley, black, Od ; Blumei, Mack or colors, Ikl* 1'rauio Protectors, id; Ividio Cuustor I' rou Wbeol, com plete, with enamelled or plated rim, -1/ » Freu Wheel C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 27 March 1914

Pboeaix Worsted Suits The Perfection of Ready Tailored Clotbes . . . THIS i fin, Birrsient ot All Clothina Vmlucai—tho of Blue Suits for 45/-. It gives you an extra good, nil wool. Blue Twill Worsted U fino upprarnnce, co!our.f*<\ und Jong wearing up with *11 thai perfection of styU and */ofkmats#nip which you would expect only ft* ® much rusher root. In fit, R carofully graded system of faction to men of nil figures. ensures !L Fox No. 4- Serge Suits i< 5W) Suit., Siic. 3 to 7—3£>/e Larger—42/S3 Troa.cr. 3 to 7—13/9 Uijcr-15/ CLOTHING CO, Moiiwumo FUgitiuf GerUas) PHOENIX 34T-0 KinK St., LIVE STOCK IKSuR-fCE ALL C'LASSKS OF STOCK IXSI KI-;U AGAINST DKATI1 FROM AXY CATSK. foaling risks COMMENCIXf! WITH ATTKMI'T to KOAL ANT) DKATII FROM. AXY CAUSK THKKK AFTKIL .;atks i.o\v::st itkijknt. claims imjoai i>ti.y pa in. ACTIVE AGEi'.'TS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. DALGETY ® CO., LTD.. MELBOURNE. 0ttaaacj « CYCLES i uaju'UiV N". -i, £l>,l>;-. u.-uitlev n....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 27 March 1914

BURNS.—In loving memory of my dear son and our dear brother, Leslie, who died 27th March, 1910. We often sit and think of him, When we are all alone ; For memory is the only friend That grief can call its own. —Inserted by his loving mother, broth- ers and sisters. BURNS.— In loving memory of our dear brother, Leslie, who died 27th March, 1910. The flowers we lay upon his grave May wither and decay ; But our love for him who Iies beneath,   Shall never fade away. — Inserted by his loving sister and hrother-in-law, (J. and G. Coverdale, Costerfield. TOWNSEND .-In loving memory of our dear Clare, who was accidentally killed at North Mebourne, March 26th, 1912. Not none from memory, not gone from love, But gone to our Father's house above. Rest in the Saviour, sweetly rest, They miss you most who loved you best. Sadly missed. —Inserted by J.T., C.T., L.T, E.H.   J.R., E.T.   Town Hall, Creswick.

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THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858 FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 27 March 1914

Till; CKLSWiCk ADVLkl'ISLiR LSTAUJ.iSHtU i u jo When la-it tin: l'oioiij;li councillor, ■;at a-; maii:ij;rri of tin; common, a notice iva:; icrcivcrt from Mi Ami1ci:;oii, rabl'it in-|ici:loi, icijuiinij; iliat ih(j I common Ij'j rli -.ueil ill i.iljliits. The advice el coniecl v.-c; 'jonrlit, aiulat tin.* council ni'.-ctiii^ on Till': day cvcniiii; a letter v.-e; irceivccl Irom , Mr K. J. (Jribble, the council's solicitor, yiviiig opinion as to the I liability of I lie council as malingers of the borough common lo destroy rabbits thereon under uolice from the inspector. The opinion was to the cfrect that the council w.ij ap patently manager of the common, and would lie deemed an ov/nci under the Act. That being Ibc position, il would he lor the. council to make some arrangements with the inspector as to dealing with the rabbits. He had written the inspector, requesting him to postpone any action until lie again wrote him, and be (Mr Gribble) would be pleased to receive in structions...

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NECESSITY OF GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

NECESSITY OF GRIT. (7mm of l)n» yi:ri'!i of M u] puul tr,v-];c«]>iu^ i-, to i'oi <1 tlio I kit ils <o thai thry olit a in all iln« nourishment possible li'oiii their food, ami thi* is accomplish' *«l by giving Uu iii ample supply of wlnVli is roul/v hard and ^hat'|.» r/.d cnishui, (or broken ) Jlint or cjinrlz j mishits Imtli r<*j>Htvint>ntH inoro satis factorily thun any ollu.'r material, as it last* lunger and does its tvork imi<; thoroughly. than any oMut. A supply of grit- shonkl bo kopt ir; » trough in lhr» run for 1 ho birds lo h«»'p themselves to, and oneo u week ii tea ' MMMmful for each bird ran he added to ' tlii' soft 1o«k1. 'I'liis usually prerent:; I the possibility of inirrnnl stoppa^tj, but any flight■ <l«<rar*ficrnr*ri#- in this diredion ..Imuld )»» treated by giving each lion a i ipjjspoonful of warnn-d castor oil two | hour.- afterward-. and Hie male birds { i.Uotild lnv«- 111'1 r"Tnoro ...

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THE FEEDING OF PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

THE FEEDING OF PIGS. Tho opinion bcciii.-, to bo general amongst a certain da&s of pig-hoopers, says a writer in "Farmer aud Slock breeder," that vegetable food which contain* so largo a proportion of water —routs, for instance, contain about 9 per cent, of water—cannot bo beneficial for pigs, whereas exactly tho opposito is tho fact, as proved by experiments carried on, ono must oonfess mainly in other countries, Imvo clearly proved that pig fed on nine-tenths meal and one-tenth vegetable matter actually liavo made a greater iucroa.so than pigs fed. solely on meal. There is thus a considerable saving in tho cost of food. It should bo added that there exists among certain baoon curore in Ireland a fear that the giving of vegetable matter or roots to pigs during the fattening period injures the quaTity of tho pork and results in soft bacon. Jt is quite possible that tho result may bo as stated, but it may also bo duo, not to the unsuitahHity of tho other lood fed at tho sauio...

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LUCERNE: ALL ABOUT ITS GROWTH AND CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

LUCERNE: ALL ABOUT ITS GROWTH AND CUL TIVATE. (B> AI. A. U'Callu;;li;m, in • '.Dairying in AuMi-jii.thia.") Willi ili.. jji^so (A. tctlMoil 01 experimem..l n.iik I,nth pri vate 4iiid oHioial, \\\-. -M.s l,n-ii !|p closed lii.it juh-jii,- niJinri possiblo urnlm- ,. .„(liti,iiu I'.revii.iislv considered impo: th". No lonp-r .S lUs . I'lhiv;;, ion roiilnc u to the null ;i I in v- la J f»;tu Jv , ui i' o; i ,s i; 11 liver*, where th- r;. ninll is tests have pr.-vul i., ml,.pilnJit v i(i a wide range ol m.m., • \i< uiiiiV' J.ir iuland, into di-.iriui^ iiavin«r a euin paratively light rami..!.. It has, thereinto. I<it.»ino ;hi import ant factor in im.-:eaj mj; ,lu- Viu{; capacity of largo anas oi laud van-in? ill altitude, quality of mh'( and i*ainVa/T, and where* is nvmlul>lc, t,iv oertainiy of its producing heavy re turns lias largely increa.Mid the'value of holdings possessing thU possibility. Although under normal iuland con ditions crops compare with thoso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

Funornl Noticoo. MOFFAT.— The friends of the late Mrs Moffat are respectfully in vited to follow her remains to the place of interment, the Creswiek Cemetery. The funeral will leave the residence of her son (Mr Arthur Wade), Park Lake, at 2.110 o'clock THIS (Tuesday) AFTER NOON. A. PASCO & SONS, Undertakers. I )EACOCK.— The friends of the late JL Mr .1. II. Peacock, of Cambrid^e street, Crestvick, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the j place of interment, the Creswiek Cemetery. The funeral will leave the residence of his son, Sir Alexander Peacock, at-1.15 o'clock TII1S (Tuesday) AFTERNOON. A. PASCO & SONS, Undertakers. Announoomonta Greswick Eastor Monday Sports. V MEETING of the Committee will i\. be held on WEDNESDAY (To-morrow) EVENING, at 8 o'clock, in the Schoolroom. Large attendance desired. J. OXLEY, Secretary. Greswick Horticultural Society. AUTUMN FLOWER SHOW. A.N. A. IIALIj, GRESWICK. f PO Be 0|)oiH'd by the Mayoress (M rB -L W. P. Northco...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

MINING NEWS. jji South Berry—Blocking and cross cutting as usual.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

WORTH NOTING - IN — FOOTWEAR. WE have just opened up our New Goods in all the Newest Styles for Summer Wear. Our Ladles* Shoes in White Kid or Poplin from 4s Oil to 7s Gd, in anklets and 1 bar, are the most up-to-date on the market. In Cilacio Kid and Enamel Shoes, either Derby, Ord or Anklet are the latest ; prices from 7s fid, at least 10 per cent, lower than Ballarat prices, and an equally large variety to choose from. We respectfully invite inspection and comparison with any house in the trade. Here you will get Reliable Goods at liodrock Prices. Special Announcement. I N order to clear many linos * in Gonts' Tan, Box Calf and Glaclo Bala., slightly narrow toes, wo Itavo decidod to make a Display in tho adjoining Store wliero these lines havo been roduoed at least one-half. All those Goods worth up to 15s. pur pair will ho sold at from Us. lid. In Ladios' Shoos, narrow toes, worth up to lis. Gd., will be cleared at from 4s. 11d. Now ,8 tho Tlino to Save Kloney. w. p. NORTHCOTT. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

A DYSPEPTIC'S LIFE SAVED. SEVERE I'AIN AND SICKNESS FOR MANY YEARS CURED BY A SIMPLE ANTACID. NEIUIIUOURS SAID HE WAS A DYING MAN. Chronic indigestion and sickness after food and severe pains were all quickly cured by a very simple remedy in the case of Mr R. Savigan, i r Gloucester-street, liamardtown, New port, Mon. In a letter referring to her husband's illness, Mrs Savigan writes:— " lie did uol know what it was to eat a meal without it coming back," which appears to have been his condition for a considerable time, until his wife, while reading a ladies' paper, saw ordinary bisuralcd magnesia recom mended for indigestion, and obtained a small quantity so that her husband might try it. A few doses gave Mr Savigan great relief, and before he had finished the first supply the trouble was practically cured. To use Mrs SavigaD's own words : •' He can eat his food and is looking splendid, and can do his work ; in fact, all the people about here look at him, for they all said he was a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

II 1 fl I 1 * B « « * 11 The Growth of Tom Cushing's ! v. A STORE may cl.iku almost anything if it lias conscience little enough or enthusiasm large enough. But the final lest—the proof of the pudding—is growth. A Store's growth is measured by the public support it gets, and public support is based on a Store's good service every time—on its usefulness in the community. The wonderful increased bu.-iness which has conic to us in the year just ended is specially satisfactory because we ?re working on the right lines. It proves that steady insistence on the best goods, on the smashing of sliatrs, on good, careful, accurate service, c n the lowest priccs—that sort of thing tells. Wc arc now showing all the very latest and up ts date in Dress Goods and Trimmings. Our Dressmaking Department is still under the management of Miss Muir. We employ a large staff of expert hands. \Ve guarantee satis faction, Wc won't take your money if you are not pleased with your dress. Our motto is satisfact...

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Werona. FAREWELL PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

Werona. FAREWELL PRESENTATION. A pleasaut social gathering was held in the Wurona State school on Friday, March so, as a farewell to Miss Hurley, who has proved herself to be a very j efficient organists for the Methodist Church services for several years. In recognition of her work in that capacity, and also (or her constant courtesy us postmistress, the residents presented the young lady with a well-Tilled purse of sovereigns. Mr K. G. Cave fulfilled the duties of chairman, and the pie sentatiun was made hy Mi llariy Robinson. A duet and solos were sweetly sung by Mcsdami:; Longmire, R. Robinson, jun., and the Misses Hurley. Refreshments served by the ladies concluded these interesting pro ceedings. A resolution approving of elective Ministries was passed by the Australian Natives' Association at its conference last week, and will be brought under the notice of the Stale Ministry by the association. The Premier, comment ing 011 the subject on Saturday, remarked that he had always ...

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Springmount. FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

Springmount. l'IRE. Mr Geo. Roberts' post office store at Springmounl was the scene of a fire at about six o'clock on Monday (yesterday) morning, but fortunately not much damage was dons. It is believed that the fire must have been caused during the making up of the early morning mail, but was not noticed until it had a good hold of the lining. Mr Roberts, sen., got on the roof and pulled off some sheets of iron, which enabled him to pour water down on the (limes, lie was assisted by others, and the fire was soon extinguished. The stock was slightly damaged, and the room will require repipering, as well as the roof attended to, but the cost will not be very expensive. Mr Roberts had the loss covered by a policy in the Victoria Insurance Com pany (Mr W. 1'. Northcott, local agent). Mr Roberts tenders his thanks to all who assisted to extinguish the Hatnes.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

Burouvomont CnrU T\/T It am! Mrs McMiOU iind FAMILY lyl wish to THANK tlmir many friends for kind i-xprcssions of sym jiathy reci'ivcxl during tlu;ir recent ^:nl ULTeavcmi'iit, Smcaton.

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Newlyn. SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

Newly n. SCHOOL COMMITTEE. The recently elected State school committee comprise the following gentlemen, viz., Messrs J. B. Stephens, C. McPhersou, \V. H. Yelland, Jas. McKay, E. Bieske, R. Grigg, and W. Ritchie. Mr W. M. Yelland was re elected president, Mr C. Mcl'herson secretary, and Mr H. Bieske treasurer. At a meeting held last week, scvcial new works were ordered to be carried out, and a credit balance is in hand of /3/1/5. Sinccthe schoul commit tee was appuinted, no less than £6.| 4/1 has been :;pent 011 the school grounds, and with the excrplion of Xio/14/5 this amount has been raised by the residents. The school is well equipped, having a fine library and fittings, shelter sheds, windmill and water laid on to the school plots and garden ; a piauo and sewing machine has been purchased ; and with a new residence for the teacher, it is one of the most complete schools in the State, and bears out the remarks publicly made by the Minister (Sir Alex. Peacock) as to the good work...

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Campbelltown. CHURCH OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

CampbeUtown. CHURCH OPENING. The opening service in the new Presbyterian Church will take place on Sunday afternoon next, at 3 o'clock, and will be conducted by the Rev R. Thomson, M.A., of Sineiton. A special collection will be taken up at this service. On the following Moq day evening a tea meeting will beheld, and tea will be on the tables at 0 o'clock.

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