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CORRESPONDENCE. WHO ARE THEY? To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. ;« , ■. WHO ARli THEY ? To the Editor. Sut,—To nii; the Creswick Shire Council seems lo be a very ponderous body of lugubrious humorists, and the gentle sarcasm is shown 011 all possible occasions. To the staid and precise gentlemen who penalise themselves by giving up their valuable time to the ungrateful ratepayers, Socialism is a horror and a nightmare, and it at all times, with its many adherents, sends some of ihcfii into what could not be called paroxysms of delight. This may be one way of drawing the public attention from the rating on unim proved values, and ifilis, then it will work itself out because most of the ratepayers will yet be clamoring for it. ]iy the way, that system of rating seems to have been a splendid success' in the South Riding, that is, successful from a hair-raising point of view. However, I want to know if I am in cluded in the Government servants who do not have to pay. The im pression I got from the report of the last meeting ol the Cr...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Smeaton. A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

Smeafon. A.N.A. Under the presidency of Mr A. L. Tooie, the lortntyhtly meeting ol tiie above was held last Friday. The secretary was instructed to forward a letter of congratulation to Mr A. M. Taylor on his attainment of the chief presidency of the A.N A; also a letter ol condolence to Sir A. J l'eacock, on the death, of his father. The president gave a detailed report of the business transacted at the A.N.A. conference, for which he was accorded a hearty vote of thanks. The cotmuittee was insluiclcd to consider and teporl to the next meeting as to what form a presentation will tike to Mr J. \V. McDonald for novices iciiUaeil as lion. M.C. lor A.N.A. socials lor the past four years. Accounts for the evening were £.\ io.'.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Rocky Lead. SCHOOL PLAYGROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

Rocky Lead. SCHOOL I'IjAYUIIOUND. The Education Department lias just completed the purchase of i) acres of land adjoining the school ground here. This addition to the school ground will make an area of over 2■} acres, which, when cleared and graded, will make a commodious and excellent play ground, A COIIKKCTION. An error was made in the report of the concert and ball at Rocky Lead in the issue of Friday la'jt. It should' have slated that the music for the ball was supplied by .Mr T. and Mirs M. Kieniets, who gave their services free of charge.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Ullina. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

UHinn. mechanics' iNsrirunc. At ihc niiim.il niet-liiiL; of llie above there was a good nU'jtuhnci! o( .iicm bers. The president (Mr A. L. Nase) I occupied ilie chair, and after the 1 secretary (Mr T. Cyrus) had submitted ! his annual report and balance sheet, which disclosed a satisfactory position of affairs, the election of officers for the ensuing year look place, with the following result:—LJieiiidcnt and treas urer, Mr A. L. Nase: committee, Messrs T. J. Barry J. Mulcjuiney, A. McColl, T. Byrin, 1'. I,. Nase, J. L''oley, and R. Kilty. Mr IJryuu de clined re-clectioi) as secretary, and Mr P. l'"olcy was elected to that position. On the motion ul the president a hearty vote of thanks was passed to Mr Uyrns (or his good work in the interests of the institute. During the past year a number of good books have been added to the institute, making the library up to date. It was unanimously decided to hold a series of socials during the coming winter, the first of which will take place...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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DISTRICT NEWS. Allendale. TRUCKING YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. <From Our CorrMpond«mt«.) AlEondalc. TRUCKING YA11DS. Sir Alexander Peacock, M.L.A., having represented to the Railway Commissioners tile urgent need of effecting some alteration or exteneion of the local live stock trucking yards, as district graziers were put to much inconvcnieiice when heavy traffic congested the accommodation, Mr Hannan, live stock agent of the de partment, visited here on Monday, and conferred with Messrs J. T. Sloan, T. Hobill, Jno. Charleson, K. W. Touse, and others, who had in terested themselves in the matter of improvements Since 1 st July, 1913. to date 1.S3 trucks of sheep have been trucked, besides horses, cattle and pigs, and the traflic seems capable of steady expansion. Various sugges tions were put forward, and a careful inspection made of the yards revealed sotne very practical ideas, which will be condensed into a report that will be furnished tcJ the Commissioners for their consideration. Mr llannan was thanked for his c...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Correspondent).: Tho huge undertaking which is to bring about, tho conversion of the su burban railways from steam to olcot ricity is making steady progress, but* tho rato ot that progress does not iu ■•piro much hope that; tho hrst lino to bo brought under tho now system— hat between. fcandringliain and Broad meadows—will b,? ready for operation next year un promised. Most of the plant has necessarily to bo mado at "»ci>ca lactones, but the contract for i no condensing j>JuiiCj pumps and power Ration accessories was eourvd by a Alol '»oui'ii(> lirju. Tho structures lor carry jug tho overhead lines will Lw obtained here, aitd will bo created by tho depart ment. About 1000 mull liavo beon <nga'.^d jor work on tlio .site of tho power .station at Newport, with wltioli r;tp;d progrv.,., lias been made. Tho building will he of .vteel, with reinforc ed coin reie walls. and ironi'tho archi «.• > iur.i4 jjw.ut oi .jcw will by a dooid...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Mollongghip. HOSPITAL BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

Mollongghip. HOSPITAL iil'jMIil'lT. 1 he couitniUee ot the Molloneghip Hall has dscided to hold a concert and ball oil Friday, May Sth, in aid of the funds of the Creswick Hospital. An excellent concert programme will be presented. Visitors may therefore reiy upon a really good entertainment. CHURCH SHRVICIiS. Divine service will be conducted in St. Peter's Church ol F.ngland on Good Friday and Easter Suuday at 11 a.tn POTATO CROP. Potato digging has been stalled iu tile early sorts. The yield is not up to expectations. A few crops have been sold lor forward delivery. RAINFALL. The rainfall at Mollonggliip lasl Week was 17 points.

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "lliisticus.") J I. is to ii.tvu it (in I lie author ity o) ljii> {Superintendent of Kxport-. that there has been a groat « xpaiiMon ia tho capon. 01 produce. Mr. Crowe's iigiuvs sJjovv Dial mo total value ol produce shipped lor um eiglit month-, ol tho current linaueial yi.ir, irum l-.t .July lo ::S«3i February. I'O.Wtfw'te, eonipai ed with Xl.U-.oSj i,,r t|,y. >»{* ill*.* peno ol th<* jixv,.,.i> y. ar. liiu in u mount s to over por .• nt., and i a'.'coum d for ehieily by trade in tic at and nil •at. In dairy prod-iC' <hero was ail reiva-.c oi £171.57-1, or nearl. lli per Oe'Ill . Ol tills gain 1 Ut U'r a •i:i,a:.ts ; -r or Hi pu eeiit. in advai ce 01 til,? figure*, lor via: pr. vii u .s year. The tradi* in duod null; las near! V doubhd, while bu-sineas in Ji e.-e, i1 < nteipi- . . nolo lie word> of the tv.'. .v* •lolu. ' Pull.try t-h.jA.., an au vain ol over jU per cent. Witii meat tiio • •owih is phenomenal, Tho t...

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Goghill's Greek. PRESBYTERIAN CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

Gonhill's Greek, PRESBYTERIAN CONCERT. The Coghill's Creek Presbyterian Church annual tea aud concert took place on Thursday evening, and was favored with a crowded house, both in the tea room, which was kindly lent by Mr W. Krank, and concert. The pro gramme (or the coucert was supplied by members of St. Andrew's branch church, 13allarat, undtr the leadership of Miss M'Keiuic. Each item secured numerous encores. Mr A. frank, of Ballarat, generously pro vided the drag. The speakers wer e Revs. Beck and Munro. TENNIS COURT RK-R>RMED The Rose Tennis Court has been redressed, aud now has the appear ance of any court in the city. The contractors for the work were Power Bros, Clunes. The members purpose holding a social in May to celebrate the event.

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ONLY LACKED MATERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

(IMA I.AfKKO MATEl!IAli. Klt/.abw\\'> 1 ai 1mm- n-3is takiii«; h?r rctr I mm- tir>i walk in Ikt imhv homo in a ninnnlainous M otion. lie said : "Just think'. Kiizalu'th, (Jml nuul»; all thoss ln aiitu'ul mount ;un-; isn't it uomlor i'ui r" K!iz;Uu*lh, who was u^til five, jjioinpl Iv roplied, "ll'm! 1 could, tou, if 1 hud the dirt."

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

Death PATERSON.—On the 6th inst., Ida Alice Paterson, daughter of James and Elizabeth Paterson, of Clunes Road, Glendonald; aged 10 months.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

IN MEMORIAM.     SERVICE AT ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. During the period of a fortnight, commencing on the 19th March and ending on 1st April, six very old and respected residents of the town passed from their earthly home, and all were members of the Church of England. The deaths took place in the following order:—Mr Isaac Merriman, 65 years of age ; Mr Wm. Treeby, 82 years ; Mrs B. Moffat, 76 years; Mr H. Randall, 75 years ; Mr J. H. Peacock, 85 years; and Mrs D. Mann, 63 years. Added together their ages make a grand total of 446 years, or an average of 73½ years. An in memorium service was held in St. John's Church on Sunday evening last in connection with the deaths of the members abovementioned, when the congregation was a very large one, : and proceedings very suitable to the occasion. The vicar (the Rev J. H. Macfar- lane) preached from the text to be found in the 13th verse of the 14th chapter of Revelations:—"I heard a voice from Heaven saying unto me, wri...

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BROOMFIELD AND ALLENDALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

BROOMFIELD AND ALLENDALE   Cl.UB. The annual meeting o( the Broom-   field and Allendale Football Club was held al Collins' Hotel on Thursday evening. Mr H. Williams presided. It was decided to form a club for the ensuing season, to be called the Broomfield and Allendale Club, also to join the association should there be one formed. The following officers were elected :—President, Mr H. Collins; vice-presidents, Messrs W. Jordan, B. M'lnerney, Mr J. Grieve, H. Williams, H. Connell ; captain, Mr M. M'Donald; vice captain, Mr R. Kennedy; match committee, captain, vice-captain, E. Mark, H. Williams, L. Appleby, W. Rachinger, T. M'Govern; secretary and treasurer, Mr E. W. Miskin; colors, yellow and blue. It was decided to purchase 100 tickets; the fee was fixed at 2/6. The secretary was instructed to purchase a ball at once. A deputation was appointed, consisting of the president, captain, and secretary, to wait on the trustees of the local recreation reserve, ...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

OBITUARY. The funeral of the late Mrs D. Mann, of Melbourne road, Creswick, took place on Friday afternoon at the Creswick Cemetery, and was largely attended. The coffin-bearers were Messrs T. Mann, M. Kean, J. Mann, J. Hovey, J. Canning, and E. Davies; and the pall-bearers Messrs G. Tait, T. Haines, I. Crump, W. Arch, R. Stephenson, J. Russell, A. Wade and J. Richards. The Rev. J. H. Macfarlane officiated at the house and grave, and Messrs A. Pasco and Sons were the undertakers. A greatly rcspected and esteemed pioneer passed away on Thursday in the person of Mr Patrick Clohesy, of Mount l'rospect Hotel. The deceased gentleman had reached the advanced age of !i(i years, aud was deservedly held in high respect by all who knew him, for his kindly nature and strict probity in all his dealings. The great est sympal hy and sorrow are felt on all sides with his bereaved wife and children. The latter are Messrs Pat rick, Michael and John Clohesy, Mrs J.Connors, of Deep Creek, and Mrs J. R...

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ATTACKED BY BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 7 April 1914

ATTACKED BY BLACKS. A police telegram from Broome (W.A.) appears to indicate the   Knman ('athn'.ic Aboriginal Mission, at ] Hysdali', in t ht* North-UVst, h;is bfr?) wiped out, hut Mr (Ink?, Pro tw.tw nf Aborigine*-, il inclined to 1 think th.it th»» rq^it i: not correct. ■ The Dfy'i'lnii* ';»ntioii is a branch of \\\n old Noma mission, and v»ms es tablished in 1 »;.-»>*. It consisted ol two lath-is, r.ls )jy brethren, nnd some haH cask1'.. .Sul) Iiupcclor Houlihan's telt'qram from lironme to the Commissioner of Police is as follow-:— (.'nptntn Kunks mister nf the schooner IJcJout, taking supplies to Urysdalo miv.ion, has reported by lotlrrlo l-ather Nicholas that on UoinR ashore at Drysdale, 9U1 March, he found nnt house or habitation, but l;a\v trace of severe fired, and some human bones in tlum. Hi gathered lip and burnt 1I10 latter. This would infer that tin: mission hn:; been wiped out. Father Nicholas is leaving by tin: schooner for Diysdal". Am send in.; Cons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

W. MORGAN a CO. S50-6 SWANSTON-ST, MEI-BOOKNB. Tolophono, 1000. Manufacturers of 'iVn! r>, Tarpaulinn, lliok Covura, Flags, otc. AIbo, all of tiio nbovo ciin bo hjid on Hiro. Veran dah nnd Window Blinds a Spooiality. Importers of OAnv.ni*. Duclc, Twirrj nnr.tinn. «t«. SCMRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. CAN CURE TUJJKKOUIjAR JOINTS. POIB ONED SORES, ABSCESSES, JiOir,S. OAHIJUNCLES, J Mi, WHI'l'UJW, SPRAINS, B1HINS AND BAD LEGS. All Ch^tnifito 1/G and 5/fi. oumb krIjAND road, pascoe VALE (NEAR COI3URG). FULLER® JOHNSON Far n Engine. Hero h a portable and powerful Engine that, will cut your work in half. Hitch it to vour pump winnower, and it will do •ork without needing any rwi:itjr>n. .Siand it whoro t itv without extra plat frms or fixings of any sort, fill it up with petrol, give it a few Uirjj.;. and awnv it £003. U&o it on your separator, your churn, your grindstono, to work your washing machino or firo hoso; in fact, us«» it wherever you UfiQ hand power. I'RH-...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. I 5 (By "Aiubrosiue.") Olio ol the iiilc.it hut models takes tho form ol' a perfectly llat plateau. This is iiiol bene downward*, 10 envelop tho crown of tho head, and is then allowed to .spring uptvuius, hke nn inverted Uowcr-baskct, while it proves more be coming to a 3-01111;; ami pretty laco. The model can, liowwuv, hardly bo characterised as llaU as tho Jjuiiy Var dou or coolio plateau, winch achieved such popularity <n tli.ir tunc. A plon tdul amount 01 trimming massed 011 tho crown give.-i a fictitious height, the surfuee being covered with innumerable bows of silk or satin ribbon, or with clumps of natural-looking Hewers. An oiher Spring fashion which will make its appearance is that oi the toquo entirely composed of llower.s. These charming hats, masked with roses or peonies, with crocuses, hyaeinths, and wilj) 2,;1I,-Sic^ and anemones, have a lovely appearanco, *.vith tho brilliant blue Mediterranean as a, sotting. In tho case of a prel-'.y to...

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WHILE HE WAS SOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

W MIL JO 111:; WAS .SUlllili. Mr. vi^h niumdwl a christen ing ulu«r.> tiio ho^pimlily ol lliu guo.st» I Uii^w no hound.> «').<!( x»i i bo bMVcral i\t paou :> . I 111- »ii. M-. hi tb« tuidbt in ilio cih-hiat i<m .Mr'. Ma^Tavjsii iom> up and ina<lc iIn; luuud (it tho com pany, bid'lin;; cacli a prolound faro a ell. "lint, .Sandy, moh,M nlijrolcd lh" lui.-.t, "yc'ro nut u'^1 iVfiiin' 'just . , •\\a," said tho prudent MhcT«™>1i, "I'm no' jioin' \vt. Hut I'm biddin' yo guid-niclit wLilo 1 kon yo a'.."

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PATENTS AND INVENTIONS. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

PATENTS AND INVENTIONS. OFFICJA!, I'JUK'liEMXGS. Mom-*. G. G. Turn & Co., Patent Attorneys, «f tho Rialto, 41)9 Collins fctivot, Melbourne. report that specifi cations of tho following inventions havo been officially accepted and opened for inspection by thcr Commissioner for Patents. Abridgments oi the speci fications may bo inspected, without fee, at their office. Lift "Well Doors—to hold them open, and when the lift goes .to close them automatically.—W. H. Alsop—S391. Steering l)iso Ploughs—to deal with sloping ground, and enable si true furrow to bo made. .1. Gullidge—8325. Explosion Engine Silencer—Contains series of concentric chambers—.spiral rested.—Tho Maxim Silencer Co—-StiOO. Automatic Sampler for Tailings— paddlo wheel—spur wheel—fcc-oop—run ning stream of tailings—-^amplo recei ver. T. .B. Tazowell—S7S2. Non-Rofillablo Bottlo.—■-Has n non return disk valve, pivoted to n cork, sealing ring, -etc. J. F. and C. P. O'Brien—10,050. Tho i>roblem still attracts many...

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A COLD IN THE HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

A COLD IN THE HEAD. AVe often hear of a oold "going through tuo house,1' and many people a 10 content to take no steps to check its prugrsisa. Xney 6co one victim al ter another sueciuao to tho iniecuon, and caJmiy await their own. turn. An oruinary coid in tno nead i* au lulcc tious lever just- as uii>thcria is, thougu fortunately much le*>& twvere, uud us a ruio unattended by any complication*, ltd cau&o is not, us was lormwiy sup posed, exposure to iret>n air, or rain, or jog, lur workars in mountain observa tories avo otteii exposed to such condi tions without any ill eifects. '/no on omy is really a microbe, or ratlier \.ai ous microbes, lor wiiilo diphtheria, lor example, is always caused, by ouo spe cial germ, a cold may bo brought about by many germs totally diileroat trout each outer. ' There are predisposing cau^s in the caso of certaiu individuals who take cold more easily than others, it would bo well lor such people to try aud track their freque...

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