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EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. RECORD ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 April 1914

EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. KliCORD ENTRIIiS. The entries rocoivod for tho Croawick Euster Monday sports carnival, to bo lirltl on the ovnl, nro highly witisfnctory, constitution <*v rocord. ISvonln for (iro inon have mot with n surprising ontry. Below tho full lint i« given. HANDICAP BICYCLE ROAD RACE. It. A. Boylo II. Itogan C. Elliott J. Beaton ii. Birch C. E. Yelland J. F. Rowe Androw Gray D. F. Suttor A. McDonald T. Murphy John 1'. Watt II. Hiscock G. Gordon .1. Dalvndo .1. It. Whlteley A. I'. fjalter E. A. Dakin W. Hnrtley Clarence Rowo M. Reynolds J. E. CJmiyle II. W. Wilson P. O'Brien E. Ilushbrook L. Fanner M. Curtin (I. Townsend .1. Barker Claude Dean B. Holmes S. Turton G. II. Patching V. Warren R. Rosa .lack Contplir T. Fislipr G. W. Tonkin C. Whitelaw S Buckle G Travill A H Bill It. Keillor M. J. Keillor C. Forsey R. Bond P. O'Brien Jack Howard Jack Rowe A. Bruce Gray W. McDonald J. Nankervis P. T. King J. Pitt J. Itecvcs J. 0. UavicB II. Maker G. Clarke W. J. Wc»t...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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OBITUARY. THE LATE MR. L. H. PEACOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 April 1914

OBITUARY. THli LATli MR. I. II. PliACOCK. Tim funeral of the laic Mr James Henry I'eacock, v.liose deeply regretted demise we reported in our last issue to lime occurred on Monday morning last, tool: placc on Tuesday alternoon last, the remains, which were enclosed in an oak casket, being interred in the family grave in the Crcswick Cemc teiy, with those of his predeceased wile and son (Archdeacon I'eacock). The great respect and esteem in which the deceased gentleman was held and the sympathy felt for the bereaved mem bers of the family—Sir Alexander Peacock (Minister of Education and I/ibor) and Mr Henry I'cacock, of Creswick ; Mrs S R. Fyson, of Mal vern; and Miss' I'eacock—were evi denced by the great length of the luneral cortege, which was one of the largest seen here for several years past. Representatives were present from all the surrounding towns, including Iiallarat and Chines, and many were present on behalf of the different public bodies within the electorate represen t...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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CRESWIGK GENERAL SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1. (Before His Honor Judge Winneke). [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 April 1914

CRESWICK GENERAL SESSIONS. -----------<>----------- Wednesday, April 1. (Before His Honor Judge Winneke). Catherine O'Halloran, of Smeaton, on bail, was charged with having feloni- ously stolen the sum of £5 5s from the dwelling house of James Cahill, of Clementston, the money being the pro- perty of the said James Cahill. Mr J. M. Kirkpatrick, of Ballarat, appeared for the Crown, and Mr R. W. Shellard, of Daylesford, for the ac- cused, who pleaded not guilty. A jury of 12 was impanelled, as follows Messrs C. C. Bowley (fore man), .1. Oxley, W. Gourlay, C. I'raetz, J. Trenerry, 11. Ireson, J. liichards, A. Koberts, J. P. Slattery, II. Seobie, \V. Cosgrave, II. Hum. i Mr Kirkpatrick opened the ease, and I dealt with the evidence to be given by j Cahill. James Cahill gave evidence similar to I that given by him in the Allendale ] court on the 25th February. This was to the elVeet that the accused visited him at his hut on Monday, UHh Janu ary last, and was accomp...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. To kill a bad cdotir put dried orange ptfol on a pieco of red-hot iron4 or on an old shovel -heated rod-hot, aud it will not only" kill tlio odour, but leave a fragrant ono instead. When lace eurtaino are ready .to bo washed, baste a narrow strip of muslin along each outer edgo and let it remain until ironed (or dryjug proofs is com pleted), and you will And your curtains are straight and do not sag as usual. \ .n.? cup of vinegar is put with the water in which colored table clothtKare tvasiied, it will prevent the colour from running. .Iron when .still damp and they will look equal to new. A totipJo of tablespoons of borax in the water'required for washing about livo pairs f light colored hose will re move ali traoes of "leather" stain | that thoy may have on theui. ' if one uses Chinese lanterns for dcc orativo purposes, put a few hati'dtuSs [ of sand iu tho bottom, around the can dle. This will keep tho lanterns from swaying and also prevent their catching 1 ; fi...

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REPORT ON NHILL FARM COMPETITIONS. (A. E. V. Rie[?], M.A., B.Se., Agricultural Super[?]dent, in Victorian "Ju[?] of Africulture.") [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

REPORT ON NHILL FARM COMPETITIONS. (A. K. V. i'i:ciiarii!»o]i, M.A., B.gu., iigricultunii superintendent, in Victorian ".) uuj'iial ot Ajjri culturo.") Tiiw ro«ult» of tho iMiiil tana compe titions tor HUJl aro herewith Mibinil tftd, and iho opportunity js taken ot eongratulaimg mo >«itiLi Agrioul; oral Society ou lib aciue\eineut in Mic'exs luily organising and carrying out ilnr toeu conMcume annual lann compe titions. The number ol entries (ol) lor tins year was Liio highest. reo ived during tho whole of tlio period under review. value of eoMPjmm)i\s. Thuro call bo 110 doubt that the furm competition* conducted by tlio nocioty during liio past thirteen >oar:> u.iVe oron productive ol a vast auimiii of good, not only to the jndivi lual competitor*, and lo tlio jarnier.s ol tho district, but also thcM« compel a iu-> iiavo had an undoubted inlluenoo on the farming practice ol tlio wheat of tlio State. '.liio competitions crcato a *pirn. ui emulation and iriendly rivalry b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

SOROSES SKIN rOOD. Every woman who wishes to appear her best should use SoKo.si:.S for the Skin. Soroses Skill Foot! is freshening, softening and beautifying. Pimples, freckles, Wrinkles, Sunburn and Sallownoss disappear like magic. Prion 2s Od. Obtainable from Miss M. Wail, tieneral Draper, Creswick. Announoomonti CRESWICK FOOTBALL CLUB. r|MIE ANNUM, M KICTIN'(; ,,f (li< I. above will lie ln'lil at the limine Hotel on WEI>N KSDAY EVEN I NO NEXT, at S o'eloek. IJinjinc:s —Election of 'Jtlieers, Ac. A. JOHNSON, President. It. C11ALKLEY, Secretary, Creswick Easter Monday Sports. i MEETING or the Committee will A be held on WEDNESI >A V (To-morrow) EVENING, at S o'clock, in the Schoolroom. Large attendance desired. J. OXLEY, Secretary. QERGKANT W. 11. ROBINSON O having been promoted to the charge of the Ballurat hast Police Station, his friends are rci(ueslcd to inert at the Hank Chambers at V.:;o o'clock on WEDNESDAY (To-morrow) EVEN iNt;. \VM. 1'. NORTHCOTT, Mayor. C...

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STATE GOVERNORS. LOCAL APPOINTMENTS. PREMIERS REIECT PROPOSAL.. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

STATE GOVERNORS. JXKJAI, AiTUINTMKNTS, I'lttiMIISKU UKIKUT ritOl'UHAI,. At (lie I'lcinieis' CoiiIliciicc on Saluiday, Mi Scaddcn said tlul West Australia had communicated with tin.' Home Government on the subject o( the appointment of Governors, and the Secretary of Statu for the Colonics had replied that no change could he made unless all the State:; concurred. He (Mr Scadden) desired the conference to say thai it did not object to what each State did. The Governorship would offer an opportunity to appoint judder, and politicians retit'iig from active work to a high official position. If a referenda ol the people of Aus tralia wore taken, the vote would favor local Governors. The people of West Australia would welcome Mr Dcakin or Sir John Forrest as Governor of that State, lie moved— "That this conference is of opinion that the appointment of Australian citizens ns Governers of .my individual State of Ihe Commonwealth is not a matter which calls for any expression of opinion by a ...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

MINING NEWS. 1 South Berry—Northing fresh !o report. Gold, fortnight, J 50 ozs, in I eluding 15 o*sdwis from sand.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

riMIK I1AM.ARAT T'KllSTKRS, J KXKCUToRrt. AND Af.KNCY COMPANY, Limited. Otliee-CAMP STREKT. DiKRr.Toua— John Maim.Kod, Chairman' linn. .1. Y. M'llONAI.I), M.L.O 1'ltANK IlKI'.MAN. .1. o. wiioi.i'ott, ,i.r. J>r. lioni:uT Scott. (IKOUCM I.HWIS. I THIS COMPANY ACTS— 1. As Executor nnil Trusteo in a Will. •J. As Trusti'e in Mnrrinjj<> a»'l other Settlements. ' H. AsAttorne under I'owerof Al'sen. t <!(':!. ■1. As Attorney for Absent. Executors anil Trustees. fi. As (lenernl A^ent. j Trustees in Estates run transfer their Trusteeship to this Company. Executors Appointed in :i Will can Transfer to this Company before Pro hale is applieil for, anil suli'ii'<|tie,itly, IT I!' YOIIIC DUTY TO MAKE YOllli WII.I.I Anil DO IT NOW, Anil Appoint TUB 1SAU.ARAT TKUS'THliS, EXE CUTORS, & AGENO\ CO., Ltd., Your Executor and Trusteo' Full information from JOHN (JLASSON, Managei You Will Require Tlio Best Gi ■oceries, Preserves, Confectionery, Cordials, /III...

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A DYSPEPTIC'S LIFE SAVED. SEVERE PAIN AND SICKNESS FOR MANY YEARS CURED HY A SIMPLE ANTACID. NEIGHBOURS SAID HE WAS A DYING MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

A DYSPEPTIC'S LIFE SAVED. S12VEUE I'AIN AND SICKNESS FOR MANY YEAllS CURED HY A SIMI'LE ANTACID. NEIGHBOURS SAID llti WAS A DY1NC MAN. Chronic indigestion and sickness after food and s vere j>nins were all J quickly cured by a Very u in pi remedy in the case of Mr R. Savigan, 11 Gloucester -jireet, 1J irnardtown, New port, Mom In a letter referring to tier husband'1.; illness, Mrs Savigan writes: — " lie did not know what it was to eat a meal without it aiming hack," which appeals to have been his condition (or a considerable time, until his wife, while reading a ladies' paper, saw ordinary bisurated magnesia recom mended (or 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 Savigan'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, (or they all ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

The Growth of Tom Cushing's ! A STORE may claim almost anything if it has conscience little enough or enthusiasm large enough. But the final test—tlu: proof of the pudding—is growth. A Store's growth is measured by the public support it gets, and public support is based 011 a Store's good service every lime—011 its usefulness in the community. The wonderful increased business which has come 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 shams, on good, careful, accurate service, on the lowest priccs—that sort of thing tells. We are now showing all the very latest and up to 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. We guarantee satis faction, We won't take your money if you arc not pleased with your dress. Our motto is satisfaction or no money. Our Millinery D...

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FEDERAL ISSUES. COMMONWEALTH AND STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

FEDERAL ISSUES. J. COMMONWEALTH AND STATES. The deliberations uf the Slitlc Ministers gathered ill Parliament I lutise stteyj the rciu.itk made by Sit Arthur Stanley, in opening the Confer ence, that, whilst lo utter high sound ing political j^cucraliaatians is easy, to deal in statesmanlike way with detail is difficult. All thoughtful people agree that Australia should be peopled by settlers of the right class, that the State debts might be so handled as to greatly reduce the sum paid in interest, that a uniform gauge would simplify effective defeuce, that there should be no waste of money through competition between two sets of Savings Banks, both owned by the taxpayer. But the moment anyone of the issues mentioned is tackled in businesslike fashion, a num ber of divergent views arc warmly championed. At every turn Slate Ministers, and Commonwealth Ministers who arc in consultation with them, find themselves face to lacc with the financial issue. Taking the last figures, which the...

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PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

PROPERTY SALES. I'Iil- sale ol l.iim land at bean was effected by public auction by Messrs Si in psun and Fricke on Tliurs' day last, when 101 acies J roods y) peaches, iu the estate of Jam; Pater son (deceased), was purchased by Mr Win- Talent at ,£15 151 per acre, after fair competition. Messrs John T. Sloan and Coy, conducted a successful rule of cot' tage property at I.ong Point, Creswick, on Friday last, on behalf of Mrs A. Armstrong, executrix ol the will of Charlotte Booth, deceased. After some competition it was purchased by Mr .Frederick Pollard at £32 10/ cash. Messrs John T. Sloan and Coy. will conduct an extensive sale ol very superior household furniture and effects, at Chines on Wednesday next, under instructions from Mrs A. llarde fih, who has disposed of the freehold property on Talbot Road, knewn as the old established All Nations' hotel, 'l'he catalogue comprises 500 lots, which cumpells an early start being made, and buyers are advised that clearance will be made ...

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THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858. TUESDAY, APRIL [?] [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1U5B, toiv.dav, Ahhii. y, -iyi.( Ao alteration in the existing mail service between Creswick and New stead and post nltices en route is, we undersUud, under consideration by llie Postal department, and iI carried into effect will destroy tlie present suitable connection between the two towns mentioned. We are led to believe tlialtlie su^c.tcd re-arrangement is anticipated to result in a reduction in the cost of the presort scrv.ce, but Una wc doubt, for it will mcau tivo services iu lieu of one. In addition, it does h not appear to us thai the residues in ! the districts traversed Ijy the mail 1 contractor mow will be materially benefitted by an alteration of the lou.'f, but rather the reverse, and we certainly arc of tiit uymion that eiforls should ce made to retain (lie existing J mail scrv.'Cf. The (Jre;wKfc Shire Council has already taken action with I that end in vi'l'w. Under tin: system j whieli has been i■1 exisieiiee for many years past, ...

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SPORTING NOTES. Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

SPORTING NOTES. ■ r!i Rifle Shooting. A match will take place on Saturday on the local range between teims representing the Creswick aud Linton rille clubs. The visitors are expected to arrive by the 1.15 p.m. train from Ballarat. The team to represent the Creswick Club will be selected from the following:— Joiies, Ayars (2), l'"ish, Crosbic, Aston, Chessell, Crockett, Harridge, lierualdo, W. ]>. Grose, Nedwell, Cjwliuj, Roberts, Armstrong, Bowley. Football. Members and intending members of the Creswick Football Club arc re quested to attending the autiual meet ing, which will be held at the Bridge hotel to-morrow (Wednesday) evening at 8 o'clock. The election of officers will take place, and arrangements made for the forthcoming season.

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At Point of Revolver. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

At Point of Revolver. "If you move a step I will pill a bullet through yon. Keep your hand" saitl Captain (Inyot, mnnaner of I In: I'ariamatla branch of I Ik; Stale Cioveriiment Savini;:; Hani;, to a man who entered the haul.' to do buninesn. Tim man had opened an account at tin: bank a few days previously with a clierjue. The next day lie made a withdrawal by cheque, and the follow - iin; d ay the manager wan informed that thi' paid in chcf111r- wan worlhlenn, an it had beeen stolen, and the drawer had stopped payment. When the deponitor entered tin-haul; to mal:e a fnrlhe;- u'i'hii.'av.M lie. ;i;.via;-;;T wan alone in the office. lie whipped a revolver from under the counter, and called upon the mail to put Ins h inds up. The mm did no, 'mil the ne\:t depositor who entered the hank wit nessed a nttanee M:;h', and wan den p:\tclud for the police. The man wan placed under arrest, and r.'ill lie lirniii'jlt before the court in due. course.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

VICTORIA wswmm COY. LTD. Market SI root, Melbourne. Chainmm—n»n. Edward Miller. Fire, Marine, Accident, Live Slock, mill Guarante Insurance Iinsinup Conducted. JAMES .1 HAVERTY, Socretnry. Agent:—W. P. Horthr.ott. s. BRBf-SSiSEM aaia SOKS general storekeepers H1GII ST., kingston. Market Kate* for Dairy Produce. Agents for Now Zealand Tiro and Marine Insurance Co. Riakfl taken at Lowest. Rnte». AMERICAN HOTEL. C.T.A. HOUSE, OPPOSITE post officii, ALBERT - street. Torma Strictly Moderate. Cabi Meet All Trains. Telephone, 11. PUBLIC Directory on hand ; also Bradsbaw's ltailway Guide. T. IIAINF.S, Proprietor. THE RECOGNISEDCOMMMKClAI, I 1101JSK. BRITISH HOTEL, ALBERT street, CRESVVICK. A KlNH Ur-TO-liATT. HnSTFUtY, Containinp Splendid Ac.-onunodatinn for Travellers and Others. Only Hip Best of Ales. Wiws «rol Spirits Supplied. First-class Menu. Cabs meet every train. Free Stablinfi. 11. lliESON, Proprietor. Swansion Family Ilotol, SWANSTON KTI.'EKT, MFLTiOU P.N E. MILLS a-.l1 AITHEN (La...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

Dr. Sheldon's (iin Pills. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Talmles, I'm*. Sheldon's Majj ii«*!if Liniment, and Dr. Sheldon's NVvv Disi-i.v.-p,- j'or Coughs and Colds are cm sale and jniavanteed l*y <1. Tail »v Son John Ca*-se||, l-Vat herstnne Urns., S. (). Mavkey, and Kva X- Co. (idioinist) Cjv^wi.'k: .). Merritt S: Son, am! \V. C.arhe* tV Son, Nortli Cre-nviirU; A. Wilson, \\ N'orthe-dt, ]•!. Julian, K. I\!iz/eni, Smeaton. NKST i-X'ZKMA. Rfvonn, lh-> I.'apid Healer, is un ci mhtedly tlx- hest remedy lor Kr/ema. It is an oj, -to-date fpei.-ilie lor this troulde. t'riee, 1 •• »<>l .tnd •'!■». Obtain able at- everywhere. The MJniitrr ot IVfrnrv, Senator Mii!t n, lin*; di'fidi c] lli.it the n'd rtfl which have Ivcn di<x:irded by (he pnrtnunt may ho sold to rifl? clulr. in imlk, the pile lu-inR fiv.l :U rillt*. A NKW KKMHDW Dr Sheldon's Cin Pills IW Uarkarhe and Kidney Troubles are an ex cellent. Keinedy \vhi<h has only to he hied to lie appreci...

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F.M.E.A. CRESWICK BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

F.M.E.tt. CR1CSWICK BRANCH. The fortnightly meeting of the committee of the above was held in the office on Saturday evening, when there were present Messrs 1\ Wilding (president, in the chair), J. I.enthall (vice-president), (.leu. Booth, Thos. Mann, V. Quanchi, E. Booth, aud Ij, li. Elsliaug (secretary). C0iSKJ;:;i'0Ni)KNCi£. From Mr Tlios. Caddy, regarding workmen at O'lveele's dredge.—It was resolved that the president visit the mine, and endeavor to get them to join the F.M E A. ni.ruin:,. From Mr J. Ellis, stating that he is not improving in health. From Mr J. Citsluin, steward in the South Berry mine, declaring Mr Jas. 1'avarno off the funds, tour shifts. FINAN'U.. 'I'lie following accounts were passed for payment Accident 1'ay— North Star: J. Ellis, JCi. South lierry : Jas. 1'avarno, i ; .|. Incidental ex penditure— F.M.E.A. quarterly dues and levies, £/ in/; secretary's salary, jCj- Total, £ir i;i.ni;uai. lii'iiNt.bs. The following amounts will he col lected liy the steward...

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