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MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 April 1914

MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET Tnost'ay. Fat sheep: 20,'HID penned. Market firm, slight advance of Is per head Tor exceptionally prime stuff. Quotations: L'rime crossbred wethers, 20s Gd to 2;is (id; extra, 2<ls lOd to 27s; good, 18s to IBs (id; prime crossbred ewes, 18s to 19s 3d; extra, 20s'Gd to 24s 2d; good, 15s to 17s "d; Kocnnd, 12s Gd to IDs Gd; prime merino wethers, 18s to 22s 10(1; good, 15s (id to 17s; merino ewes, lis I!d to 17s. Fat lambs: 8350 penned. Market brisk. QuotationsPrime, lis 6d to extra, 15s Cd to 18s; few heavy weights, 18s 7d to 20s lOd: good, 12s !)d lo Ms; second, llsfid tol2sGd; inferior, from 10s Si I.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CYCLE SUNDRIES [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 April 1914

CYCLE SUNDRIES lutloiii A.\k\s, bracket, 1/6, front 6d baek ill; Uraokui, i)up», yd; Coma, till' Urair Mm-els, 3/6, Tool 1S:iij», L»d, 1/. 1,0; Urukos, Iront, i/U, U/U, 3/6, -1 ■> U/Uj U«.Us, Ud, 1/, l,a. continuous ruining, l;j; Carbide, Id, lid, C.vclinn C.ipus, 7(u, 8/ii, 'lO,6; s hmbroeatiou Utl, 1 j j Our l?luyjii£5 C.nrds, yd; llriti>h Carriers, with ~ ■•traps, 1/; others, H/G to 8/6; Chains, -/(>; Kenolds lilock, -1/11 j Kofi- r, j;o; ii'ou and Arrow, 3/6; 1'crrj, iirst' qual ity, -i/G; Chain Grease, Id; Too Clips —Depose, lOd; John iiull, (3d; Wiio, 6d ; Too Straps. Ud, 1/, 1/3. Trou MT.S Clips, bamU, Id; plated, 3d; loci;, 6u ; Cycling Shoes Hartley 8/6; lltctor 'J/6; Cyclometers, Vecxter, 10,000 mill's 3/6; "Trip," latest modol, 7/6; ])r,M! CuiU»s, lo yds., ud. Alc^li Drecis Uuurds, 1/, 1/3, i/y. 1 l^uamui—Hartley, biack, Od; Ultimo*, black or colors, Od; luamo Protector**, •id; Eadio Coast-or Ereo Wheel, com plete, with enamelled or platod rim, -A/; Ereo Wiieel C...

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Rocky Lead. HOSPITAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 April 1914

Rocky Lead. ill HOSPITAL CONCERT. On Friday evening last a very ouccecs ful concert was held in the Rocky Lead hall, in aid of the Creswick district hos pital. Tho president of the institution (Mr T. Gushing) acted as chairman. An excellent programme was rendered by the following artists:—Vocalists : Misses flattery, Shelton, Kaull, Mr S. North cott, and Mr Pat Cushing; elocutionists: Missus \j. Slattery. P. Phillips, and Mr 11. Gushing. Miss II. Roberts accom panied the performers at tho piano. The usual votes of thanks were passed. At the conclusion of the concert Mr (J. C. Phillips hospitably entertained the per formers ut supper at his residence. A dance followed, which waswell attended, the music being provided by Mr ami Miss Ragatz, Misses Slattery and Roberts playing the extras. Mr Peters carried out tho duties of M.C. in an cHicient manner.

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

FfRoeiiix Mime Worsted Stilts The Perfection of Raal:j Tailored Clothes . . . T'HIS is tho SifKcit oi Al! Clothi.ijj Vnluea—tho 1 Enrol of Blue Suitfl for -45/ It ffrvea you on extra sood, ell vool, Bine T-wiH Wor-^rH d finr apprhranrc, colour-ie.Jl r.jJ '<>'•;! v/OKrin;;. r.mQ'i vp with all that perfection of ytyl^ fcf.rt workmanship which ycu would cxprci ci.i/ cl r. mitctli higher c at. in fit, ■ c*rc/uiJy gied-d ©yoic^i of trr*? faction to men of hi! figures. Fox No. 4- Serge Bvdto (u«4r * *?«i) -13/ I 3 to ;-3S 'S 3 to 7— lG/fi L--s PHOENIX . ci-.it • :,<! r-.-ar--.ra~ CLOTHING 34-7-9 King St., MMboui-j.icj LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FfiOJI ANT CAOSE. ' FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. HATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED APPLY TO DALGETY © CO., LTD.. MELBOURNE. f CYCLE SI LIAKTLEY No. 2, £0;o/-. UAHTLEV No. 2, £«;«/...

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Kingston. FAREWELL TO MR. CHAMBERLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 April 1914

Kingston. FARE WELL TO MR. CHAMBER LAIN. The friends of Mr H. Chamberlain,who ' has been probationer in the Cre>wiek Circuit of the Methodist Churcli, will be pleased to hear that he hub passed the examination enabling him to enter (Queen's College to continue his training for the ministry. JI is friends at King ston entertained him at a social on Tuesday last in the schoolroom, when there was a good gathering of member* of the congregation and also a fair sprinkling of adherents of other denomi nations. Mr W. C. Jieasley occupied the chair. After a very good programme of tiongs ami recitations had been rendered, Mr Heasloy, sen., the father of Method istism at Kingston, presented the guest with a very nico kit hag and oak brush rack, lie dealt with his many good <|tia!itir> and also his connection with tho circuit during the past twelve months, and on htdiall' of the Kington congregation lie wished hini Clod-speed, llis remarks were supported by Kov .1, R. Ilill |A...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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INDIAN COSTUMES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 April 1914

INDIAN COSTUMES. A leading modisto in New York la rolyiug upon old American Indian gar ments for her inspirations. Shu makes tun-skinned-coats that aro embroidered with Indian motifs. A blanket oin Jjroidenxl. in the same way Composes j an evening wrap. Even tlio beaded I head bands of'tho tribes are pruned I into tho service, and are not at all un becoming! The oostumes of tho squaws, too, are closely copied. The squaw knew a good deal'about colour. Tho manner in which tho girls and children wear their blankets is being adopted fot fashiouablo white chilton dauoa frocks, and those are worn with turquoises as ornaments, and girdles with Indian inu tifs embroidered thereupon. Tho chief's coat and turban,'the lea ther thongs so much seen 011 Indian garments, tho squaw's dross, the Blaek ioot's skin shirt, and tho Indian sym bols for the "Morning Star/' tho "Black Night," "The iluin," u The IVog," and "Tho Dragon-fly," all theso aro being adopted for modern use by tho dressmakers not o...

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

HARTLEY BRG"., ?.?IL 81'OUTS & CYCL.E STUUES. Hit S\V ANsSWN BTttEKT, MELBOUBNB. Mention ill i;i I'upur. Self-SliaB?pes3.ii.Ti£j Scissors Set THE EASIEST CUTTING SOISSOES EVER MADE) 8-Inch Coimtaut-Tcunion IJent-Trimmer .Scissors. 4,^-lucli Special Btitton-liolc , Only 3 IB ywhere for otlly 3/w '«r the ConmlMe Set A Competition Bargain. Thrrr .Scissors (or the Price of On, MONEY BACK IE' YOCT ARB NOT DELIGHTED THE UNION COMPANYi'VsTaLIZABHXH SXaBHr, MBIiBODaNU

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

SOROSUS I1AIK TUNIC. Tlii* i;i miMiriu.wnl mm a ll:iii' l'\uul :mil I tauilrulT invvrntivt'. A little mansard into the scalp i-ciiiIci-m ItaliliH'iis hiipossible. Sonnies Hair 'L'unir will absolutely j;rmv liair ami pieveiil it I'rmn 1'jillinn out. II jin|>ai t<i ;i Icaulil ul nlossy sheen to the hair. I'riee :is Cil poi- bottle. (>l>titinabli- from Miau M. Willi, Btorukuujw, CroBwicU,

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Bowloing. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 April 1914

ESowlint). Mi'IhIm-15 of lli«> I>nvv Iiii:; Clnli arr iv IDHIilt1'! t III I tlicli! 111.141-11 |n|- I In; :-tM • mm, lin-.t iMylr-lunl will lak.- pi,in- at ill" liM'.tl j'.t'fl'll to-Mioi J o\\, Mild I l).tt <'t-f.wirl; v\ i II m-eil to I n» ivpivsi nUal I>y | its till) n-iii'.lli \ 'J'lh* ^•'JiiiiniK'-i' <<f I In; l!"^|iii;; Club [ will iiK-i't timnis pl.tyt*r:i (hi; owning at lln1 Uanl; (.'liainbrr.-. to i-oitfor t\s to the tutuif iif tlif tonni i'oilrt.

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AUTUMN SHOW. CRESWICK HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 April 1914

AUTUMN SHOW. .T. CKESW1CK IIOItTlCULTUIiAl, SOCIKTY. The second Autumn ilower show of tlio above society was opened in the A.N.A. hall on Wednesday afternoon by the mayoress (Mrs W. i\ Northcott). This society, which ban now been in existence for over twelve months, has spread the gospel of horticulture well in the town. Notwithstanding the ex ceptionally dry season experienced, the exhibits in both the lloral and vege table classes were far in advance of of any previous show held by this society. The society was formed principally for encouraging local residents to become interested in horti cultural work, and one has just to look around the town to seo the improve ments made in many of the plots at private residenei-s. Thi.> society oc casionally goes to the trouble of getting experts to attend their meeting/* and deliver lecturettes, and it is pleasing to state that such movements have arous ed public interest. For instance, the < lovermnent tobacco expert (Mr Templ...

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Coursing. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 April 1914

Coui'sim;. The auntial general meeting u( the. National Coursing Club of Victoria was held lust week. Jit A. L Nase moved —" I'li.it with the view of completely abolishing the pernicieus practice of doping a suit coimniitee of three be appointed to make full in(|tiirics as to the method.'', of clubs where doping was strictly pro hibited, and submit at 'the following meeting of the N.C.C. a rule which, in their opinion, would effectually stamp out the evil." Mr N-tse, in sub mitting his motion, referred to a letter he bad received liom the secrcUry of the Corowa Coursing Club, giving particulars of how the New South Wales rule against doping greyhounds wascairied out by bis club with suc cessful results. The motion fmnd support in Messis Anderson, Carew, Morgan and J. Av; ry, while Mr Hamuli, who was in sympathy with it. failed to see how doping could b slopped, especially in open coursing The motion was carried by 21 votes to S. Mr Nase moved—"That no club should be permitted to run...

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A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Securcd Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 April 1914

A PLAIN KOAD TO FORTUNE. How Soma Securcd Success. "Becomc a Patentee." 1. Cultivate and perfect your idoaa us to improvements and inventions. Experiment. The world iy eager for soinsthing new, witioh, however sim more eouveuieut, or promote plojiMiro or safety, or do away with faults, or reduce wajjie. Tbo person who goto public adoption of kuoIi au iuvuntion is ou the road to wealth. Ho will ceo^e to bo a aurvant; he become* a proprietor. People who handle things in every day Uso are the natural inventor* of better thiagi, and the natural capi talists of to-inonow. 2. Study the subject of pat»ntij;;. ltcad the spleiuhd adnoo that Kdisoii gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the thiol couutr.es, -- nen secure your own legal monopoly o« your rights by becoming a patentee. «J. li that workman or loremau. or your in&euiouy irieiul has prodmed a clever invention, put- iiiiu cu the track about patents by idling him whore ho can obtam the "iuvcjjtoi»' Guide," a book, th...

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

W. MORGAN a CO, 250-6 SWANSTON-ST, MELBOURNE. Telephone, 100(5. | iMiinuf.icturuis of Ton'.s, Tarpaulins, Itiuli Cover.,, t'U?. Also, ail ol :iio ahwvii u-tn bo li.-'.'l • ri 11irc. Voruu I dah and Wiiuln-.v Ulindn h rijM'cmlivj. of C.inr&H, Ou-'k, Tv.iu« "sCHBECK'S POULTICE. SCHBECK'S POULTICE. uan ctntr, TUIJKHC0I.au JOINTS, I'OIB ONKI) SOUKS, AliSCKBSES BOILS, CARHCNCI.ES. J.I It WHITLOW, SPRAINS, MlUNf AA'D BAD LECJ8. All ChomistB 1/G mid RIO. ODailtKlil.AA'D HOAU, PASCOE VALU (.N10 A It COllUHG). FULLES a JOHNSON Farm Pump Engine. Ih ro is a poitaMe njid powerful Mnj.'jjtn that will <mt your work in )i;dt\ 11 it' ll it in your jnwip or v«ur winnower, and it will do :il| Uio work without, needing any :-j»i <;i;j 1 attention. Stand it. whoro you want- it, without extra plat irius or fixing of nuy sort, fill it up with petrol, jiiivo jt a te.w* funis*, and away it. ^oes. Umj it' ou your s< parator, your churn, your i>r/n<h1nrn...

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

SOKOSUK SKIN I'OOI). Mv«*ry woman who wi-.lws to :ij»|♦< :ir Imt bcsl sliotiM u:<f Silicosis lor llio Skin. Soi nsc ; Skin Koo'l i» I'n'slifhin^ sofh'ninjj am! b<:arili(yiu;y. Cinipl-'s, Imv<4 Wrii.klcM, Sunluini and SjiIlowih'SH tliHU|>|H'ar like ina^it'. Prk'o 'c!s *i*l. Obtainable from Miua Al. Wall, la'ik-nil Draper, Crvswick, ..

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MANURING GRASS LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 April 1914

MANURING GRASS LANDS. A clop ol IA tun.-* ul meadow hay per aero contain* uii tho avcrago l'Jib iiiuo oiilj. potash, and l'JJib phosphoric acid. Tho (juc.ii ion t»i appropriate manuring of £i'a.-.s laud.-. is coinpljcalcd by tho ijUiv-.t.oiis to wiiolhoi it ;s intended lor pcinianenl. pasture, or to I bo cut lor hay ; ami whether ^ra.-o and | eiow r is Id niedominale. n may be lated generally that tho proportion for clover is increased by iho applical'.»n of m;uiurc.') containing potash and phos phoric acid, and diminished by I ho ap plication oi nitrogenous manures. Too heavy manuring oj any kind, e.spocuily nitro^onou*, lead-, to tho growth of ooano j;ra>s. Manures eoiitai.i.ni; liiuo Mich as planter, ai.-u promote 11 o <;rowih oi clovers. Kor ^rass tho host results ivwo obtained by haws and liil Ij. vi. in KnjUand l>v iho application of mittc r.t/ (superphosphate ami kuitiil), toother Willi Milphato ot ammonia. 1 If ivy ;;rass clop ; w » ro obtained, to tho almoa...

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

' | Your Moneys Worth | and More | T. GAUNT & CO. PTY. LTD, H Jrtrc^vrj, Walcbm^tfi. Ortlcitsa H 337-33$ BoiirfccStfe<:*,Mc!b. |? o liVzsiGirr tzsttcj gkatis r fcyir.£*?53» <■ u : ruuxu: I IN STUDYiNU YOUK DUlitrti, STUDY YOUit i'OCKLT TOO f i : Don't Vny ilighvr I'ru-cj for Suito no Hotter than Minel I uvui s.tricliy lor Ciu^h, con sequently I havo 110 bail debts lor which you havo to pay, 1 import all my niulori.iJt. direct from tho numulaoiuror, and n my own prom/so.?. I can givo you a larg-^ H.vsoitmcnt of shades to jIiojb© from in | fancy <3o.,;igni> %ri\l A largo Kfwort HH'rzt of Ovor Kiino pric«. Patterns, Tape and S.M. Form Bftnt to anj ui Peat Kr-o. fSB«i .»sa.M, W Si BKUCE JUS PEOl'LK'3 TiiLOK. if9 VOHBXK-HT.. .'.{Sl.JfUUKNS INSURE VVfTH THE KOli FIRE, ACCiDEfJT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, WORKERS' COMPEN . . . SATIOfi ,'fJSUnANCE. . . . ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED ■ WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. Full I'arlicuUira on application to DALGETY ©. CO LT...

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NOTES ON NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 April 1914

NOTES ON NATURE. (WriltiMi lor Iho "Fanners' Gazette," by "Naturalist.") There died recently at Cook Park, Orange, N.S.W, an unu. The death of tho noblo bird was a novelty only to tho bird itself, and calls for no fur ther comment; but on a post-mortem examination the Momacli revealed a depository a.s intonating a.s a curiosity shop. Here wero found four pennies, six half-pennies, niiio inch wiro nails, ono umbrella lorrule, one key, ono medal, ono clock wheel 1.'} inches in dia meter, two collar sUkU, ono safety pin, live marbles, three coat buttons, t weuty-lour piece.-, of glass, and ono pin, two inciies in length. The latter was embedded in tho bird's liver, and to this was attributed the deceased's /in.tl departure. One naturally »u>» tho fact thai tho bird was not without fact that- the bird was not without visible means *>t" support. There was still lelt seven pen« o in hard cash, wh:lo there seems to have been intelli gence eiuni^h also to limit the food supply to iirl...

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EFFECT OF DRAINING ON THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 April 1914

EFFECT OF DRAINING ON THE SOIL. Tito mast important/ result is that it I umkc.s tho Kuil warmer. A wot toil is I cold, cbiclly because tho water in it is I constantly evaporating, and evaporation is ;i cooling process, To illustrate this: If tho bulb of 0110 thermometer is ooveied with a wet miisliu, ami tho bulb of another similar ihtrmomoter is kit uncovered, tho wet thermometer may register tus linieli as 15 degroea cooler wlien both arc swung in dry air. This is duo to tho cooling eUect of tho melioration ol' tho water. Moreover, water i.s a poor conductor of heat; wet .soil.-j warm in tho sun .sJowJy, because tho water they" contai holds down tho temperature. There is uually a dif ference of G to 10 degroea between drain ed and undraine<l soil in tho same _liolU In fact, tho temporatwro of a «oil in .summer is very largely dotermined by t)io amount ol water it contains; tho wetter it is, tho colder it is. Warmth is oiio ol' the chief essential* for tho ger mination a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 April 1914

Bereavement Card   Mr. MOFFAT and FAMILY desire to tender their sincere THANKS to their many friends for cards, floral tributes, and sympathy extended to them during their recent sad bereave- ment.  

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SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, APRIL, 2. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 April 1914

SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, APRIL 2.   Present—Crs Leishman, Nase, Yates, Anderson, Fletcher, Parkin, and Taylor. Cr Yates was voted to the chair, the president (Cr C. Fawcett) being away on a holiday. ACCOUNTS The following accounts were passed for payment. Salaries, £44 3s 4d ; John O'Brien, £16 15 s 3d ; W. Johnston, £33 1s 4d; R. Stephenson, £7; W. Kennedy, £44 12s 6d; Jos. Rickard, sen., £35 ; Thos. James, £4 9s 10d ; W. Owens, £7 ; John Kennedy, £6 6s ;Thos. Kelly,£8 9s; Wm. Rickard, £45 ; P. Corcoran, £28; Jos. Hetherington, £28 ; Jas. Plozza, junr., £20; "Creswick Advertiser," £5 12s ; Arnall and Jackson, £4 9s 7d; Johannsen   and Son, £7 13s 3d; W. H. Gore, £1 1s; H. E. Miskin, £1 10s ; F. McCarthy, £3 1s 6d ; J. .A. Brinsden, 10s 6d; paysheets, £31 17s. Total, ±£383 12s 1d. Wire net- ting account, £8 6s 4d. CORRESPONDENCE. From Board of Public Health, asking the council to exercise strict supervision over the sale of fish. From same, asking that the ...

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