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THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858. FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858, i'RIDAY, AriUI, 10, 1914 Reference was made at the Creswick Borough Council meeting on Tuesday evening to the proposed alteration of the mail route between Creswick and Newstead, particulars of which were given in our last issue. The mayor said they should support the Creswick Shire Council in iis protest, and use every endeavor to prevent the con templated re arrangement of the mail service taking place, for if carried into effect it would seriously iutcrfcrc with the means of communication between Creswick and the towns now included iu the present service. Correspoud cucc sent would not be delivered till the day following the postiug. On the motion of Crs Jebb and Ellis, it was unanimously -(greed to com municalc with the Postal department, entering a strong protest against any alteration in the present service to Newste'-id and towns en route. A meeting of the district school committees was held on Tuesday last, to make further arrangemen...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

Harrison, San Miguel " *&o?. Lsra*. CORK MERCHANTS, AND SUPPLY bodes W>&— Brewo% AcnttaJ Qatar Bswtig&am. Hotel Stopm. Bakers, ■? sod RefrcsteaEs} Rosas. Correspondence Invited hi AH Articles used fn tivo afcoOT trades. Koto Address— 804 FLINDERS STBEET, UEXBOUKtJE.

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY $ — MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Smeaton Agricultural Society was held on Wednesday afternoon at Kingston, when there were present:—Messrs A. McKenzie (president), J. T. Yates, T. I'arkiu, T. J. Barry. G. May, and C. C. 1'hillips (secretary.) A number of apologies lor absence were received. CORRESPONDENCE. From Donald Agricultural Society, with reference to the maximum allowed by the Income Tax Commissioner to be deducted for the cosL of living of employes, and asking co operation in au endeavor to have the allowance increased to 15/ per week. Despite the fact that the cost of living had increased, the Commissioner still re tained the maximum fixed years ago. Mr Barry staled the present allow ance was 10/per week. The Federal Arbitration Court had fixed the allow ance for shearers at i:/(i per week, and the Income Tax authorities should allow quite as much. lie moved that the society co-operate with a view to having the allowance increased to 15/,...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXX. RAMO SAMEE IS OVERTHROWN. The serpent beguiled me, and 1 did eat. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS ^By W. HovaII Poolo.) (JliAJ'TEK XXX. 1UA10 SAMKE 1>S OVEKTHRUWiN. Tim serpen- beguiled uio, and 1 did eat. Tho mind-of Snvillo Adair—or as lio should bo known now as Itamo Sameo •—was bordering on distraction when ho rend, upon tho evening of tho day on which Kichard Hammond was put to death, that a coufcs&ion had l>eeu ob Gained from tho prisoner by tho chap lain, which, when authentically received from tho surveillance of tho police, pro mised to reveal bonio criminal atrocity in which others wore seriously implicat ed. Should ho await and bravo tho tenor of this conuvssum, or. have re course to insiant Jtiight? For on tho Jirst day of Kichard Ham mond's incarceration tho lmll-oasto had received' from hun a peremptory letter, soliciting tho engagement of .a counsel on his behalf, and stringently urging tho wisdom of his comphauce, to wliio.i torciblo request the half-caste instantly complied; nor did ho fail to secure this uelence anonymously, for ev...

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

TAKE ICl^POKHIKCTOHS M iRISH BOSS,

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

fh© invigorating and Sustaining Power of a1chHAPPS Is amply vorltH->ci fc> y cfipn.blc authopkios.'

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EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. ON THE CRESWICK OVAL. RECORD ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. ON THE CRESWICK OTAL, RECORD ENTRIES. Crcswick's greatest sports event of the year takes place on Monday next —Iiaster Monday—on the oval, over looking the lake, and in close proximity to the School of Forestry and Govern ment plantation, the surroundings bciug ideal for visitors from other parts. Great efforts have this year been put forth to make a record success of the gathering, and in one respect a record has already been reached, the entries being greatly in advance of those re ceived in former years. The amount of prize money was increased, and the enterprise of the committee has been rewarded, especially in connection with the fire brigade and cycling events, for the entries stand out prominently, and in both these depart ments there should be great and keen competition, the entrants including many men in the first flight. A start will be made at io4q a.m., when a bicycle road race will be run, commencing at Davies' bridge, and the route is to Ilollinwo...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

Announcements Methodist sunday school. V1CTOIUA STKEKT. GRAND CONCERT Wili, lit; Held TO-NIGHT (Friday). Programme will be given by Scholars of Sunday School. Commence at 8 ' 'lock. Adults, Gd; children, 3d. J. ELLIS, Hon. Sec. S METHODIST CHUHCHES. ERVIOES sunday NEXT, follows :— Victoria Street—11 a.m., Mr Uooney; 7 p.m., Mr Jolbart, sen. North CrrHwirk —11 a.m., Mr Jdbart, son.;.7 p.m. , Mr Konney. Springmount-II p.m., Mr.felbarl, sou. Kingston - II a.m., Mr .lohannaen. i'roomliehl —11 a.m., Kev (J. \V. Harri son; 7 p.m., Mr Harvey. Allendale — II a.m., Mr liarvev;7 p.m., K«v. (S. W. Harrison. Newlyn- p.m., Kev. (J. W. Harrison ; 7 p.m.. supply. Clark's Jlill—3 p.m., Mr Lawrence. Smeaton—3 p.m., Mr Harvey. \ MEETING of Ladies will be held in the Haul; Chambers on WED NESDAY AFTERNOON next, ir>th inst., at 11 o'clock, in connection witb the public huikI-oIT to SKIi01SAN,', umi MKS. KOBINSON. W. P. NOItTIICOTT (Mayor), Chairman. T. A. WILSON, Treasurer. 11Y. P13ACQCK, Secretary,...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

OBITUARY. Much regret will be felt al the an nouncement of the demise of Mi Ernest Miller, son of Mr J. \V Miller, of Allendale, the sad event taking place 011 Wednesday night last, at Broken llill, where the de ceased had resided fur some years past. Only last Christmas time the young man, who was about 23 years of age, was in the district on holidays. About three weeks ago he was at tacked with typhoid fever, which was the cause of his death. His father lelt for Broken Mill 011 Monday last. The remains will be interred in the Broken Hill Cemetery to day.

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Imported Consumptives. DEPARTMENT DISCLAIMS RESPONSIBILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

Imported Consumptives.! DEPARTMENT MSC1.AIMS RE SPONSIBILITY. Tlie immigration authorities disclaim any responsibility for the admission to Victoria o[ persons suffering from tuberculosis or other malignant diseases. It was admitted, however, tint, until the Commonwealth (Government tool: over the medical inspection in Great Kritain of person*; intending to rrnigrate to Australia, it was impossible to pre vent some undesirable'; from securing State assistance in the matter of passages. The Victorian immigration officers in London to a great extent formerly bad to rely on the in -liraI ceuiticate", piesen'.r-d by applicants for I assisted passages, but at the same time they exercised discretion, and although a person might In: armed with the necessary document, if lie or she exhi bited sij',rr. of physical infirmity, assist ance was refused. This is one safeguard, but I )r Norris, the I'Vdei.il medical officer attached to the High Commissioner's nflice, has appoint! fl medical office...

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

VICTORIA insurance COY. LTD. Market Street, Melbourne. ChaJmnn—Hon. Edward Miller. Fire, Marine, Accident, Live Stock, and Guaranto Insurance Businop Conducted. JAMES J HAVERTY, Secretary. Agent:—W. P. Northcott. Established 1866, 8. BRINSDEN and SONS GENERAL STOREKEEPERS HIGH ST., KINGSTON. Market Rates for Dairy Produce. Agents for New Zealand Fire and Marine Insurance Co. Bisks taken at Lowest Rate*. AMERICAN HOTEL. C.T.A. HOUSE, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, ALBERT - STREET. Terms Strictly Moderate. Cabs Meet All Trains. Telephone, 11. PUBLIC Directory on band ; also Bradshaw'a Railway Guide. T. HAINES, Proprietor. HE RECOGNISED COMMERCIAL | HOUSE. T BRITISH HOTEL, ALBERT STREET, CRESWICK. A Fine Up-to-date Hostelry, Containing Splendid Accommodation | for Travellers and Oilier?. Only the Best of Ales, Wines and I Spirits Supplied. First-clasa -Menu. ('aba meet every train. Free Stabling. H. IRESON, Proprietor. Swanston Family Hotel, | SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. MILLS and AITKEN (Late ...

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

Great Sports Carnival on Easter Monday at CreswicK. Speoial Trains Running from all Can tree. A Great Round of Pleasure, starting on Easter Monday uiorning with the Champion Bicyclc Road Race and winding up with a Grand Enter tainment and Ball in the Town Hall in the EveniDg. THE BALLARAT CITY BAND (The Champion Baud of Australia) Will play Selections during the Day. There Will AIbo Be A GREAT CARNIVAL " GUSHING'S on EASTER SATURDAY. All Arrangements are made to Supply the Wants of all. We have been laying in Extra Stocks for the past Week. Ready to Wear Dresses, Hats, Coats, Costumes, Ac. Men's and Boys' Ready to Wear Suits, Hats, &c., all marked at below Ballarat prices. ■ " WHITE HOUSE, " * ORES WIC INTERESTING ITEMS 4 U ! A Crying Baby at a Public Meeting is like a Good Suggestion. It ought to be carried out. Our Suggest on that you come and inspect our immense assortment of Fanoy Goods, Toys. Books, &c. Ought to be proof positive that we are out after your trade...

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

Constipation OVERCOmE BY DR. MORSE'S 1 INDIAN nOOT PILLS. 1 "I was troubled svi111 that complaint, Constipation," writes Mrs Isabella Taylor, of Ebden-street, Kast Ballarat, Vic, 41 whirh proved the banc of my existence, ami not unlike many oilier folk';, liifrl several resloiatives in vain—at least, ibat proved my experi ence after tiyinR ihcm. I received no permanent relief until I had taken a few doses of Hr Morse's Indian Root Pills, when to my ^roai satisfaction and surprise 1 became suddenly well again, and I have no hesitation in writing Indian Root Pills are a perfect medicine for genuine relief to all suf ferers aitlirted as I wai;. I recommend them to my friend'; eveiywhere and have no nbj.Tiion to yrnn n-:in:7 this testimony." Dr. Sheldon's <Sin Pill1', Dr. Sheldon'* f Digestive Tahules, Dr. Sheldon's Maj; netje Liniment, and Dr. Sheldon's New i Discovery for Coughs and Colds are on nale anil i^uanmleed hy •!. Tail .v Son John Cassell, Keatherstone Kros., S. C....

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

cu:;e that colo x'a Mj never fails.

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Dean. A.W.N.L. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

Dean. A.W.N.L. The third anniversary of the Dean branch of the Australian Women's National League was successfully cele brated in the Mechanics' Hall on Fri day last. Political addresses were delivered by lion. IJ M'Leod, M.L A. and Hod. Ilans \V. II. Irvine, M.1I.R., while a lengthy concert programme was rendered by Iiallarat talent. IJr Wilson, of Creswick, occupied the chair. Mr McLeod gave a very stirring and instructive address, calculated to rouse the interest and enthusiasm of both uieu aud women. Mr Haus Irvine was also very earnest in his iddress, but, owing to the lateness of the hour, was obliged to curtail his remarks Mrs Berry, of Iiallarat, was in the audience, and was invited to say a few words. She spoke particularly to the members, urging them not to neglect, their duty iu regard to the forthcoming ballot for candidates for the next election. Much regret was expressed for the unavoidable absence of the president (Mrs Alex. M Kenzie) ilirnnirh sickness. Following was...

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

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CRESWICK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

CRESWICK CLUB. The annual meeting of the above club was held at Johnson's Bridge hotel on Wednesday evening last, aud the attendance of members and in lending members eclipsed all records (or years past. The chair was oc cupied by Mr A. Johnson, who ex pressed his appreciation at seeing such, a tine gathering, and hoped that the;/ would pull together and have an cm joyable time during the couy.ng season. The secretary produced a balance-sheet showing a small ba'.anr.c Irom last year. A motion was takeu whether a club be formed, aud was unanimously carried. The election of officers resulted us fullows;—President, Mr A. Jolmson;vice-presidents, Messri II. Ireson, W. Winter, A. Clenry, (.)• Heskins, and J. Coughlan; general committee; Messrs R. Bowley, II. Chalmers, II. I'elstead, A. Coulsoo,. 15. t'ennessy, president and vicc presidents; match committee, captaiu, vice-captain and Mr R. Bowley; delegates, Messrs R. and 1'". Bowley; secretary and treasurer, Mr R. C. Chalkley. It was dec...

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MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET Tuesday. Fat sheep : nj.Soo yarded. Full attendance of the trade and graziers, the latter operating cautiously. Prime mutton was iu strong demand at 11 advancc on last week's rates. Quota tions:—Prime crossbred wethers, 21/3, 34/; extra, 246, 27/11; good, tS/g, 20/G; seconds, 15/6, 18/3; inferior, 14/4. Prime crossbred ewes, 1S/9, 20/3; extra, 21/, 25,/G; pood, 16/3, 20/3; seconds, 13/6, 10/; prime merino wethers, 18/, 23/9; few to 27/; good, IG/, 17/6; merino ewes, 7/9 to 21/. Fat lambs: 9300 penned, demand opened firm, but eased off, and closing sales were weak. Prime, u/G, 1G/; extra, 16/6, iS/; few to J9/6; good, 12/G, 14/; second, 11/, 12/; inferior, from 9/.

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MARKETS. BALLARAT STOCK SALES. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

MARKETS. BALLARAT STOCK SALliS. Tuesday. Fat caltlc : r$.( head came forward for to-day's sale, ouly a small pro portion being good lo prime (juulily, lire balance coruprisiug mostly in different sorts. There was a large attendande of buyers present, and com petition was exceedingly brisk, all classes meeting a brisk demand at a further advance on last week's im proved rates, closing very firm. Quo tations:—Prime pens bullocks, £13 to to £15 to/; good peas bullocks, £1 r to ^,12, medium, ,£9 to ;£io; best cows, to £9 10/. Calves : 55 penned, best, forward selling lo £5 10/. Sheep : 6575 carat forward for to-day's sale, and as it was a double rrarket (no sales being held Easter Tuesday), the supply of good sheep was only moderate, with a few pens of prime, the bulk of the yarding being medium descriptions. Good and prime sheep were in keen demand and sold at higher values, whilst medium sorts were hardly so firm. Quotations:—Prime crossbred wethers, 21/ to 23/6; medium do. iS/ to 19/...

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SPORTING NOTES. Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 April 1914

SPORTING NOTES. * [By "Ridlby ''] Bowling. A lentil ol three rinks will ptocccd lo Clunes this afternoon, While's drag leaving the Post Office at I p.m. The following players arc expected to go:— Messrs Northcott, Winter, White, Cock, Harris, Bennett, Cushing, Tait, CowlinR, Chalmers, Geary, Coffey, I Ellis, and Rev. Harrison.

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