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SHIPPING DISASTER. EIGHTEEN LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

" SHIPPING DISASTER. —ill—i—« KIGHTKRN IJVKS I.OST. j Striking Smith's Rock, off Cape, Moreton, near Brisbane, early on FrldaV evening, the French steamer St. Paul, 1660 tons, bound from New Caledonia to Brisbane, sank quickly, 18 lives being lost. Eleven member; ' of the crew were saved. j The look-out rtf Cape Morelon noticed the vessel changing her course until she was coming in dangerously near Smith's Rock. He signalled the steamer, asking if she wanted a pilot. She war. understood to reply m the ' afTirmntive. 'i'he look out then sig nalled the pilot steamer Llewelyn, which sent to the ressel'i assistance without" delay, but was too law?. The pilot in charge of the Llewellyn states that when the call was received from Cape Moreton about u-3" Pn> his vessel immediately put off from Yellow Patch, just inside Cape More ton, where she mi lying at anchor. | After about 20 minutes, and when the Llewellyn was about two miles from the steamer St. Paul, the latter's liphti suddenly ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

VICTORIA mmm COY* LTD. Market Street, Melbourne. Chairman—Hon. Edward Miliar. Fire, Marine, Accident, Live Stock, and Guaranto Insurance Busines Conducted. JAMES J' HAVERTY, Secretary. Agant:-w. P. Northootl. Kstabllshed 1866. 8. BRIN8DEN and SONS general storekeepers HIGH ST., KINGSTON. Market Ratei for Dairy Produce. Agent* for New Zealand Fire an Marine Insurance Co. Biska taken at Lowest Rate». J. MARKS, Tho Eaiy Tarma Furnlihsr. J. MARKS, The Easy Torma Furnisher. UNDER our Liberal System of "Pay as You Earn," any honegt manor woman can have as much Furniture as they want. We have just opened a complete Assortment of Household Furniture and FumishingR. Our table of easy terms ua follows £3 Worth of Furniture, 1/ Weekly. £5 Worth of Furniture, '1/ Weekly. £8 Worth of Furniture, 2/0 Weekly, 410 Worth of Furniture, 3.6 Weekly. J£l6 Worth of Furniture, •)/ Weekly. *20 Worth of Furniture, 61 Weekly. 4S0 Worth of Furniture, 6/ Weekly. MS6 Worth of Furniture, 76 Weekly. £45 Worth of F...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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THE LIVER. HOW TO TAKE CARE OF IT? [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

THE LIVER. now to takp: care of it ? I . T™1--—"" Tins article is intended I" lie a talk up in (lie liver, ">Y:!h some hinis upon the besl means of keeping (lia! impo'tvit orr^an in a healthy state. Funny a». it may nechi, when the liver is all right you don't knot',-' that you have pot one. Hut as soon as it gets out of order it fails in the work which Nature intended it to do, then there is very serious trouble for yo''. I.iverishness is much more Cottl mnn than most people imagine. For instance, f.ully action of the liver gives, riat to it.e!i:igs i,f deprtssirm, it makes a man leels miserable and unfit for work, it Rive n woman prostrating hilious attacks, hwl aches, and causes languor, sleepless ness, and sometimes a blurred state of the vision. Liverishness is the enemy of cheerfulness, a kill-joy, a destroyer of menial cliiciency and bodily vigour. If you doubt it, look at the sallow skin, the dull eyes, and dragging siep of the man much given in liver troubles. Or think o...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills, Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules, Dr. Sheldon's Mag netic Liniment, and Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds are on sale and guaranteed by J. Tait &. Son John Cassell, Featherstone Bros., 3. C. Hawkey, and Eva & Co. (chemist) Creswick: J. Merritt £ Son, and W. Carbes it Son, North Creswick; A. Wilson, I'. Northciitt, !•!. Jillian, E. Mizzeni, Smeuton. Between half past 7 a.m. ami 11 p.m on Thursday, stevedores loaded into the s.s. Edlington, at Oeeloni;, iy,.|8S bags of wheat, or if)2.| tons. It is a record for the port. "I SUFFERED FOR YEARS FROM CHRONICCONSTU'ATION, HEAD ACHES. NEURALGIA AND BLEEDING PILES. "TO-DAY I FEEL gUlTE WELL, BRIGHT AND CHEERFUL." "1 have suH'eied from chronic con stipation and most terrible headaches and neuralgiu for years; also bleeding piles," writes Mrs Brenner, Allen's Place, Port Melbourne, Vic. "I always fancied 1 could Hen black spots in front ol' my eyes, and my face was ulways a sallow color. I...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JOHNSON'S WATERLOO. (Being a reprint from the American "Jeweller," and taken from a booklet published by the "Sheldon Schools of Chicago.") [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

JOHNSON'S WATERLOO. (UciiiK a reprint I'rom tbo American ".Joiveller," and taken irtun a booklet published Itv tlio "fcjiioklon fck-hool.s ui Chicago.1') There's a lot of talk jiboiit muoooS 111 life printed nowadays; somo ot it is pretty good, atwl 1 supposo it does much good j a lot of you iollows m-'od eousitlonvUo trimmmg, nnyway, isut, to my mind, they don't any of tln-'tu reach down to tho foot of tho matter like my first losson did. lou lellows talk about the scarcity of good men; tell how you aro driven to secure loie men that know moro than tlio men, they've goti to boss; how scarco supei mtendeuvs aro; liow good salesmen ate worth their weight 111 gold, and all that sort of thing. I supposo it «n oouragos somo who aro already on the right path, so that Uieyjll keop on im proving thonisolvos a littlo; hut it doesn't. go to tho root ot tho inattoi. It doesn't stiirt a crop of stcrs who will all bo fit to tako places of us fellows with will to hair or with 110 linir, like mo....

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. Dean. ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. (from Oar Corrttpondraia.) Dean. ENTERTAINMENT. Under the auspices of the Australian Women's National League, an enter tainment is to be Riven in the Dean Mechanics' hall on Friday evening next, commencing at 8 o'clock. Ad dresses will be delivered by the Hon Hans Irvine, M.H.R., and the Hon. D. McLeod, M.L.A. A grand concert programme will be given by I3allarat talent. The chair will be occupied by Dr Wilson. Supper will be provided. The admission to the cntcrtaiument will be one shilling.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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CATCH CROPS—THEIR VALUE AND ADVANTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

CATCH CROPS—THEIR VALUE AND ADVANTAGES. A "caloli, ' oi- ''hluioir' crop jh ono 'hut ».«» »fu\v,i k'livcon lIio regular an* nuil ci<)])•> oi tho rohitjon, jij)d which is iol, tho mani crop ot tlio' >'uur. L'jiu ohu*t cruj# oi tho year uc tho gii/und (luring the Mirmiiur liumi.ll.->, H lllli) tho "cuicu" Oi' "intoi - pohtLLii Clop iias \Ui ad-ivo puiiod ot r'nn\ih m urn autumn, and pwhap-s the >l>nn£. l„ „lark0(> ^|n|'. U,,nii' ll,° J,,';k:'V4CO ul «»'<>» lj|g JillUipO ul1!" is • 111 i 10 hut in '•"'''"•"'•V u.o a „ uhtriotwi in U climates, and is Olllv • m-ly ]ji aoi i.-od lvaM1, coniiLt'itM ■nv "*V' second * n 1 ' l-U'owu alter '1 ';"y t'"" J" Great 111.1 11 Hit j.r.M.a.u,.. j.-; iijusl widely lol Iimul ,11 the buiunoni J.i!rr.-> oi J.;nK ■ Wl'l, llL'l'u 111,; '.vinLels are Mloll, mo atuunia.s niiiu, and .bo .spring early. 1 u u>e l.orih „| Jv,and ,>Ll«fi,i, "here the clilu.lle ih lilol'o severe, catch eiopping 1., mi,en 1,11,,x- ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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FEDERAL ISSUES. THE SENATE CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

FEDERAL ISSUES. Tllli SENATE CANDIDATES. Tiie selection of six candidates who are to contest Victoria's Senate seats in the Liberal interest, should a double dissolution be secured, is a matter o( exceptional importance and interest. To say that the political feelim; of the State is grossly misrepresented in the Senate is to repeat a familiar truism. In kjio and again in iyij, Senate votes were were pretty equally divided between those who ran as avowed Liberal and as avowed Labor candi dates respectively. Yet, when a party division is taken, only Senator McColl supports Ministers, while live Victorian Laborites swell the Opposition ma jority. Clearly thai should be put right. If victory is to be secured at the polls, there must be a "ticket" which every Liberal will loyally support. When a whole Statu forms an elector ate, the ordinary elcctor must take most of his candidates on trust. And, as regards this pre election, there is time neither for touring the Stale nor for the pourin...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALD HILLS v. NEWINGA. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

BALD HILLS v. NHWJNCJA. The Niiwinga Tenuis Club <,S;aU:ir:i!> played a return match with Ifcild 11 lhs on the 13a!d Hills court on Saturday, and some excellent games were wit nessed. The visitors were entertained at lunch by the ladies of the home club. Appended arc the results; the first mentioned pair iu each iustancc beinc; the home playero:— Misses Slattery beat Misses Parkes and Bruce, 10—5. Misses Slattery and Wade btat Miss Cordwell and Mrs Orr, 10—5 Geuls' Doubles. Messrs Turner and Sutherland beat Messrs I'"ern and Gribble, 10—4. Messrs LafFey and Robinson lost to Messrs Thomas and Stewart, 7—10. Mixed Doubles Miss Slattery and Turner beat Miss Cordwell and Kern, 10—5. Miss Wade and Sutherland lost to Miss Parker and Thomas, 1—0. Miss Berry and Turner beat Mrs Orr and Gribble, G—5. Totals:—Bald Hills, 5 rubbers, 54 games j Ncwinca, 2 rubbers, 40 games. ?

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SPORTING NOTES. Tennis. OPENING OF NEWLYN COURT [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

SPORTING NOTES. Tennis. OPENING OF NEWLVN COURT It will be remembered that last J uly a small party of residents in this locality took steps to inaugurate a tennis club, and soon an enthusiastic body took up the idea and worked very assiduously for some time Last November a bazaar was held to raise funds, with the resulL that enough money was raised to crcct au up-to-date court. The position of the court is in a corucr of Mr C. McPherson': paddock, and in close proximity to the school and hall. The court is of asphalt and was creditably made by the contractor, Mr Pearson, of Ballarat. In all the court cost about ^So, and to the credit of those connected with the club—a sporting aud enthusiastic body ol people—there is not one single farthing owing on it. The club membors speak very highly of the assistance rendered them by Messrs C. McPherson and A. Stewart and Lady Peacock. The club has a member ship of Go, which uo doubt makes it one of the biggest clubs in the district. Saturday ...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

Football. A meeting of the Broomfield at)d Allendale football Club will be held at Collins' hotel, Allendale, on Thurs day evening next, at 8 o'clock, when all members and intending members are requested to be present to make arrangements for the forthcoming season of the winter pastime.

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Bowling. CRESWICK v. BALLARAT EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

Bowling. CKISSWICK v. BALLAIIAT EAST. On the local green on Saturday afternoon last the above teams met for the first time this season, when a most enjoyable match was played, and it becainc decidedly interesting towards the finish, for the scores were very close. The local captains were Messrs Grose, Cock and Winter, who were opposed by Messrs Silbereisen, Dunstan and Titheridge. On No. 3 rink the fours captained by Messrs Winter and Titheridge were the first to finish, and they tied with 20 each. On No. 2 green Mr Cock's four were down three to Mr Dunstan's—28 to 25—and it was left to the teams on No. 1 rink to decide the match. On this rink the scores were 26 to 12 against Crcswick at the 18th end, but from this out the home players never let the visitors score. When the other rinks had finished, No. 1 fours were playing the 22nd end, wilh the scores 27—20 in East's favor.Two threes put scores equal; another three made the totals for the three rinks even, with one end to play. In...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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HOME RULE TROUBLE. KING GEORGE URGES PEACE. OFFICERS RESIGNATIONS NOT WITHDRAWN [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

HOME RULE TROUBLE. KING GEORGE URGES PEACE. OFFICERS' RESIGNATIONS NOT WITHDRAWN' The "Sunday Times" stales that after the King had conferred with Lord Roberts, the latter laid his views on army matters before Colonel Seeley and ['"'eld Marshal French. The same paper states that the King, while maintaining a constitutional attitude, counselled peace, without resort to desperate remedies. There were some interesting contri butions to the Irish discussion on Saturday night. Mr F. li. Smith, K.C., claimed that the supreme crisis had now arisen, which justified them bringing the despotism of a corrupt Parliament to the aibitrameut of the sword. He repudiated the suggestion that the Unionists had tampered with the army. Hon Walter Runciman, in another speech, declared that had the Govern ment given v.ay, the army would have been sacrificed. K Harold Spender, who spoke at the same meeting, declared thai Germany had kepi the Uritish Govern ment informed of all orders for riHcs and cartridg...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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OBITUARY. MR J. H. PEACOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

OBITUARY. MR J. II. PEACOCK. Quilt- a gloom was cast over the tuwn yesterday (Mouday) morning when it became known that the death ' hud occurred in rather an unexpected manner of Mr James Henry Peacock, father of Sir Alexander T. I'eacock, | member for Allandale and Minister for | Education and Labor in the State | Ministry. The deceased gentleman was highly esteemed and respected. i Uc was of sterling character, and was | of a genial and kindly nature, at the same time being noted (or his straight- j forwardness and outspokenness in all | his dealings, He had reached the ripe old age of 85 years, hut for some years past had suffered severely ai times with rheumatic gout. As slated 1 above his dutilise was unexpected, and hi: passed peacefully away. His wife ] predeceased him some ye.ns, and it is , nut long ago that the death of his revered son, Archdeacon I'eacock, 1 took place. The remaining members j of the family, in addition to Sir Alex ander, are Mr Henry I'eacock, of Creswic...

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CITY MEN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

CITY MEN ON THE LAND. "Hope springs otoiiuil in tlio human breast,; iMan never but aiway* to J«o bJe>t." These words ol llit? poet, Alexandcr 1'opo, come to in;,- mind whenever I seo ji country i a in i !> moving to ,'>nn t>r a city ijiiinly coming to tho coun try (writes Karnicr ihgyle. Such mig rations arc inking pluco with increas ing fr. 'ju. ricy in rv» i v commuuiiy. ami "in lew instances i.-> either party lit 1 o<l lor tin* radical change m onvir onim-nt. Knowing more about tin* trials, hopes ami failure., of city pro pi • m tin. country than of the strug pha <• 1'i this gr. at prohhm of diseoi,. .-ii.ili routine my.self maitny to that g!.-s ol count iy i>: oplo in th.- eity, I tfni. liiou^h there is much that may 111' fOI'1 OfJ both fylilc:,. Wo ..or on every hand eily-bre<l men «lio ha v <■ hoard tho emiring call ol tlio open, st ni^'Jin;;, miiiu'I lines hope J ill ly hut more uiun *i«• pairiugly, with liani j.io...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST Tlir in.-}*clion of tlio beet areas at Boi-^iaio ;md .\i,.li:a showed thai tho .Tops HIV Mil) >1 ;iiil ;,iIiv better t han .lio-.ni khnany. Tho crops alu esi l j.i.i'.m! U) •. ;.• 11i 11,1 to InU'i'ii 11>ji.s to lli>' «l* 'I i'. Ml,,,; 5 ll.« wairr UilN 111 ij) I i I '< I SOltie Uirkt, a i nl llie phllli ; hail IV c<i\<>i a «'lt-r!v, il e'ear ihal-had tin in:,,.11 inn . iarivii al iho right tunc, the mil |>iit ot th uoukl havo been well ex r,- IU e:ny ton. » to iht» iicro . Ir ilic ini i iaeiii i • S iiad been j i\ ia 1 able, m nal tho b.el areas could liavc tci-,1 V i , I tli.-i i- JlS'.st watering a 1 the en<] oi /\o v < inher. isi-io.id of two Ithilli i 1. ialci1 , 1 liei e. * Aoald bo no Clllu piaial,. lo da y as lo iho reiurus froiu . nj;a i' 1, p.-.-t c. iHnie. hn the <■()]i' -Ids uonid rary. have itmved ' „o «■"( ; 1 hat. there \ Mnrrea^ti r v mi !<1 a . be. I'tii' ni...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS ) (By "Arabrosino.") "Thuso in tho know" aro tioop in di&oussing tlie iloppmesa ot the now iden^, also wondering how Lite average woman will adapt lier.solf U) thorn. H irt perhaps iliv: "'Hrgo ' woman who tloser vv.-t iiiibk .•>ympatny--tho wonmn with too mnrh hip. i nat person ivill haw u> I)o Miti-siii-d uilli lasinon in its .smi]dest lorin, and mast roiratn iroin even thinking ut garments adapUvhlo lo her more .slender relatives and irk-mlK At present tho main object .scom.^ 10 l)o iho attainment oV as kvvgo a waist meaMirwnent ah ptx».sd>le, and the woman who can triumphantly auuonnoe that her past-norma) U0-»n. >va)*t hn» developed into M in. may feel sho i« n.UocU u. tliu l.oiit, rank ot tashion. 11 is fortunate Una Una Midden ciiango •>>>t,linu should coiuo just llt tliu ti111l< when everyone is uhuut to l'o nleiiish hor wardrobe. This widening ill our waists, tlmliKlJ on '-he <iil»s i°r -nine considerable ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARGENTINA'S WHEAT INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

ARGENTINA'S WHEAT INDUSTRY. Argontina, in spitH of pnor niarUetiiu; facilities and a backward farming po pulation, already ranks third among the Ihreo wheat-exporting countries of Urn world. its area dcvoti-d to wheat, cul ture has donble<l during the pant 1" years, and is three times as large as it Was* only J") years ago. There is every prospect, too, of a .still greater advance in thi' f.< ar nr.tiie. In lie- August United Knipiiv. -Mr. S. Hodted, ol Jtiii'inui Awes, givrs an interesting a< <iill 11L of cereal-growing in this South American r< public, which hid- fair io bf'coino uno of the world's granaries. Owing to condition* t,| climate and .••oil, Argentina cannot, it would .\ivin, cjiii-r into .serious competition with (!;in;ida in the production of ".strong w he it . I la He t ta v. heat, original ly brought 11 otii Italx, luiiiis about 71) j >»■ t' c mj. oi the ciop, and Kmsian win at ;:u pi-r cent., while the remai...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 31 March 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER j (Ii'runi Dnr S[iiM'ial llmTOsj.umlciit). • /here is a hugo m-Ii-hio it>r tho 1 beautilieation ot a long sii .U:li of tl'o 1 hanks ot ill-' Yarra. Ii involves t)t«* 1 expenditure cit an juinien.se mi in, but . tliao is regarded lignl-h.artcdly l>y tho 1 iijjujy neopje whew.' Alpha ami Omega is tlii) building up ol tno city, regard less of tho vii.tl »»•','<! lor tlio develop ment. ol the country. In ronm <'t mil with this poo,oils :;elicme lor providing miles ol (Jei'gntlnl drives and garden* lor t ln> devciawon of cay people, while tho>e who ai t' doing tho J ral work ol building up tho prosperity ol tho Stale are grievou-lv lianu eapp« d ilitou;;h uani ot payable road., mo I'ublio Works Department has mado an lni puvtriiit discovery. K ha?, been found Dial iin* .\iinisuy, nnu«T ;t very old title. mn eo:npn)>unly aOfiW'e liw lands Uiiu are iii'"d*d, | ho land along the i iv r. t:\u ndiug from Hu'i a mil" to i a'o unit", on oo.i...

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