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FOR THE CHILDREN. THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 April 1914
FOR THE CHILDREN. I TLUSIM'VS NJ) IM-iAUifi LI KM liOMIi. "I like Wh: old-la -iii&lt;-nc.i koii^s 1»om," , .-.lid ftraiitiial hor. ">'>1;; 'ilmm-, Home. &lt;i.' i ; . ■* •' •• ' 'U> '"r "Wiv woll, said Julia, rviMUly. i'lu-mio. you me omnf you kiww. r will p'ay l lie ac&lt; umpai.i Tlu-y (mil iruvh mwi.'I v«.ic.>, tin«.%•! two vounj£ and as tho ol llii ,.!j.d lamp foil full on Llio-r Uri&u hair and pivtty ovunng iri/Uv--, liny I made u picuuo lliat iiiifjit luivo I ,i,. l other oyos, In-Mdcts inus.- ol a lov ing j;raiidfaiher. •'uiore's jio plaiv like iionn-! ' lu«. words nvro .slid iJiidii/Ji iih.iii a* IMiomio nturned to li r >&lt; only to lind Ih.t p;aet; occupied by *1 i' v»iiu had .spread ins "rubbish,' us 11" - 111 lo ealleu it, all over Uu' table :ii w jiich *slitj usually ^at. • Clear it av.ny, Jack I" she .sa»d, with a lit I lo impc-iimi. wave ol Ji.-r Hand. ••I rantiol have all t his UM.-.U hit-, rod over inv work t..b...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 April 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER (Krom our Special Curri\s|»undout.) An industry winch is not now, ipil which .si-tuns to bo developing, ha* hccu much in c\ idctieo lately. It is that ill u liich ladic> iikhv oro le&lt;:, vnuit^, sou li;inov. inj.; &lt;>i l»li;;htcd Impcs ami mangled ailicuoti.s into the car> ol in pat 11 i.c jurymen. ami nap siih iannal cropx in the - ha pi* ni d.im:i?4''-. I.iki* all enterprise-. Ilia! open Up pros pers •»! bijj; ca.-y tu wn. P>«-* iiiiv >hows, (Innct; hall--, and lai;::o !f;i.s this will probably h,- , Nptoi. &lt;1 lor all u i* w iii t li. Hut, ; he n-vi tor it i-. i:nl likely to remain • '.;.-y. Ijilvt* ! h&lt;* u ild duck a I'm- days al ier ', &lt;ip iiUci ol 1!|" -I'li'-nn. ti'«. ipi.irrv | likely to b"eonio wary. It. theivioiv, ] dth s nut o.ili tor un altog' i lior absurd .streteh of imagination to'carrv us for ward to tlio wlirn t\r • stationers will .'-look, ii\ addition to the custom ary lorn), lor m...
GIRLS THEN AND GIRLS NOW. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 April 1914
GIRLS THEN AND GIRLS NOW. A noted woman artist, Airs J opling Kowo, lias bcori giving her ideas on inod,oru au&lt;l ol-fashioncd girls to a London paper. ,In contrasting tho two types, Airs Jopiiug Kowo decided almost immed atcly in favor of tho training^ of tho girl of to-day as com pared' with that of tho maiden of tho : seventies. "As you ask mo wliat I should think about work if 1 wore a girl to day," sho t^aid, "1 must say that 1 should more firmly adhere to thtf crecd of my wholo life—that every women, no matter what may bp her income, should bo trained in some profession. In my young days, girls wero married very early, and very few other profes sion* were open to them, "But how few modern girls want to marry.-at 17, tho ago at which 1 was married? Certainly, if I wero a girl to-day, 1 should laugh at tho idea, then prevalent, that tiy tho timo sho re.ched her SJdtk year, an umuamcd W rj was 4on tho shelf." Mrs Jopimg Kowo oppressed her be lief that every, profession ...
THE MANAGING WOMAN. HER PASSION FOR HOUSEHOLD REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 April 1914
THE MANAGING WOMAN. HUH 1'ASSION FOR HOUSEHOLD UEFOKM. 1 once, remarks a writer in a Lon don periodical, knew a charming girl, tho only sister of six brothers and the only dnughtor of a widower father. Sne '•ran" this masculine household— much to tho iuasculino household's ben efit. Perhaps sho was a bom manag eress of" men; perhaps she had only o»J tjvatcd that art through force of cir cumstances. Hut siie was ccrtainiy a manageress—and knew itl tiho kuew her own ellicioucy. She know Vital* was good for men and she knew what mea liked—wluoh is not al ways tho saino thing, as all women are awnro Sho .know the small weaknesses of six brothers and n "darling old VatheiV and she knew ^exactly tho sort of houso which thoy should live , in—and raado it her business to see that they should have that Kurt of house. Her life consisted largely in what she called "making plans" -- mostly planr, for her montolk. This, .1 am convinced, is tho 0110'invariable .sign by wlnVli you may tell tlm wom...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 April 1914
Bereavement Card Mrs RAGATZ and FAMILY desire to return THANKS to all their &nbsp; neighbors and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, letters, cards, End telegrams received during their recent sail bereavement; also Mr Johannsen for the able manner in which he conducted the funeral arrangements.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 April 1914
i Most doctors (torn goodDccs o( b^atj ir.rjt v®4! ' earcs without eupcitatioo of payment, Lmi 014 yc-ua ever know of a doc^cr wbo returned fee* wbeo fct[ fculed to cure ? Tbe Union Manufacturing Cotsjj piay guarantee to reture tA^TeV^imouot paid at . Wtight't Rheumatic yjKfrnedy yjtbe* Citadua^ 'cure, does JJoti curi Ypur rbeumitisW^?«Ul>ci, 1 !air>i&lt;rj;*6l or mAjicy moublow^Orcow**,'' thv* j cciiiiUM^byVdons 4Jttj'We»*re many failure*, f matter o4 fj^ji^fnefa ba»« been o*Ujr I thT«insUocesin/fek'ye*f* in whir.b fb« friiadj wa» clairr.rd. If you send to 390 Elisabatb Stz**t,| [Melbourne. the company will giv« you fail p«i | 1'ticnliis aud a copy of the legally bindioj, ju&mit«cS tbey issue with tbe remedy. Tbr pfit* fa oftlyl 5/6 »et a (all raootb'* treatment, tkut to ofl*w| Mifficuct to Ctt*» > *t«t« uid tcro.r-ftlAa^ai 0*9. j
A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE How Some Secured Sucess. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 April 1914
A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE j U>j w fcioino Secured Buceo. • ".Becomo a Patentee." 1. Cuitivato aud perfect your idoaa , h.u, to improvement# and inventions., I l-'xwcrinumt. The world ia eager for ; v'liiihK now, which, however aim isioro convenient, or promote pleasure or safety, or do away -with faults, or rcduco wastu. Tho person who gots public adoption of such an invention is on tho road to wealth. Ho will coaso to ho a Borvant; ho bocoineo a proprietor. I People who handle tiling in every- j d;iy u:io urn tho natural inventory of bettor Mii:u~s a«d tho natural capi ?. Study the subject, of pa.tcnti;i£. : lu-ad tho splendid advice that Edison v.ivts, 1,'Vwn the procedure iw to pu the clii«Jt countries, — lion v otiio your own lef.jal monopoly your rights by Incoming a patentee. U. Ii that woiuman 01* foreman, or [ j our iugoiuouh li'iend has produced a : eiever invenliou, put him on tho track 1 about patent;, by tailing him whore ' ho can obtain the "Inventors' Guide," I a bo»&...
WONDERS OF THE SKYSCRAPER [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 April 1914
WONDERS OF THE SKYSCRAPER If St. Paul's Cathedral v.ero piltxi il|)ihi S!.. fetor's — -INlft Jn;;U — i-H" height of both would only thou equal tli;il of somo of the latest of Amcrioau stool-frunio buildings. It is impossible for tliu man in tlio street to appreciate tho iinnicuso height to which the sky scrapers tower above liini. And ho doos not sou the whole. Tlio •under world of theso self-contained cities runs deep into tlio bowels of tlio earth. Tlio groat £'000,000 Singor building, which rises in II storoys, UlUfi abovo tho huilj, has cellars and foundations over liOU It deep, so that the total height, from bedrooU to cupola, is 815ft, and the weight of steel alone in it.repro stmts EQOO tons. Tho Metropolitan Iiifo Duildjng stands 70ft higher than tho Singer, and tho latest, tho Wool worth sky-scraper, with it:; 55 storoys, is 7o0ft high. Within thu buildings are homes. businesses, churches, chap els, shops, offices, ballrooms,, concert hall, restaurants, schools, and academ ...
MONSTER APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 April 1914
MONSTER APPLES. . Under tho heading "Largest Apple in tho World," the "Westminster lin zotte" writes:—"Tho largest and heav iest applo over grown in tlio world has been raided this season in l£ugland—at King's Acre, ileretord. It is a Gloria Muudi. It weighs no less than 3~i ounces, and tho announcement "of its advent, lias created quite a sensation in the fruit world. This woudcrlul apple was grown in an cloven-inch llowor pot, the treo producing six mammoth fruits at tho sumo time. It was this very J treo which koru the giuut applo of 1U1U Coupling tho. advent of these monster applies with the fact that this season in one pluntation in the South of Eng land, there wcro hundreds of trees carrying ovor 10 bushels of immense apples per tro£, equal to over S00 bush els to tho acre, it looks as if commer cial fruit culture was proving a verit able gold mino. To snow tho impurt apoo attached to this latest colossal fruit, six casts have been taken of it, so that a permanent record may b...
ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXXI. THE DISCOVERY AT BOULOGNE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 April 1914
m GOLDEN WJNGS i By W. Ho.woU Poo! ' ) CHAPTER XXXI. TOE nTRnnVKRY AT UOULOGXK. TJic:i hast wopt and thou hast. parted, Thou hast beou forsaken long; Tliou hast watohod for step;, that come not back, I know it by tho soiig. Tho next day Arthur wrnto a letter to Boulogno, in which place Cbarlev TVcstcrtan and Lord Garton, with their youthful wivos, passed the guidon hours of tirao; rejoicing daily in tlio baths, tho promenades, the cool verandahs, tho Siesta cafes; and thoroughly enter ing into and .appreciating the "dolight ful Bobomianism commonly indulged in at tho seasides. It was with mingled feelings of dis fiuiot and regret that Charley received intolligenoo of Arthur's forthcoming marriage with his sister. To him, who knew lior foibles, such a stop augured anything but a. lifo of contentment anil quietude for his old school-follow. Pear ly as he loved his sister, hii could not roeoncilo himself to tho idea of her marriage with Arthur. "Sh° will niako you repent it, old fellow...
THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858. FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 April 1914
TUB CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1U5&, Fhidav, Apkii. i/, 1914 A conference of foiest officers from differcul parts of the Stile was held at the Creswick School of Forestry on Tuesday and Wednesday last, when 23 were in attendance. Mr Mackay (the Conservator) and Mr J. Jolmstane (the Superintendent of Plantations) were present. The conference was held (or the purpose of revising the regula tions regarding permits, etc. ,and all the duties of the officers, with a view to uniformity as much as possible. It is probable that the conferences will be held annually, 011 a larger scale. The following accounts ate awaiting payment at the local sub treasury:— Crcswick District Hospital. Kuchell and party, JJr Slcemm, Vague and party. At the town hall, Creswick, this (Friday) evening, the first appearance of the Harold Moian Comedy Co. will take place. The play selected for this presentation w.ll he "Charley's Aunt," a comedy renowned throughout the world aa a record breaker for mir...
Rifle Shooting. MT. PROSPECT v. SOUTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 April 1914
Rifle Shooting. MT. PROSPECT v. SOUTH MELBOUHNE. One of the most friendly matches was tired on the Mount Prospcct range by the above clubs. Soutli Melbourne brought a good team up ar.d a good number of supporters. Their muster was 19 gentlemen and seven ladies. The match was 14 men aside, the best 10 to count; 14 shots and 2 sighters on the 500 yards range. The match was most exciting all through, and all depended on the last two shots, namely, \V. McKay and A. Robinson, as they had to put on 1:8 out of a possible J40. They scored 123 out of the 12S required. The following is a sample of the shont:— II. Robinson, 5,3,5,5,5,5,5,5,3,2, 5,5,5,4 62 \V. McKay, 5,'4,4,5,5,5,3,.1,5,4,2, 5,5,5 01 The match resulted in a win for the South Melbourne team by 3 points. Two ladies picked sides, and some good shooting was done, Lho i::atch resulting in a win for Nu 1 team. TI.e visitors were enturlained by the ladies, who held a basket picnic during the afternoon, when justice was done to the goo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 April 1914
Its METHODIST UIIUIIUHL'S. HOME MISSION SUNDAY. SERVICES SUNDAY NEXT, «.« fallows :— Victoria Street—II a.m., Kuv. W. Moore, iif Oilmen; 7 p.m., Mr Geo. Norlli Crenwick—11 a.m., Mr Geo. Sar gnnt; 7 p.m., liev. W. Moore. Sprinj*mouiit—!! p.m., Uev. W. Moore. Kingston—11 M"* Brenton; 7p.m., Mr Tinnoy. liroomlield—7 p.m., Mr T. Harrison. Allendale—7 p.m., Mr Hetlierinnton. Newlyn—.'I p.m., Mr Geo. Sargant; 7 p.m., Mr Ilrenlou. Clark's Hill—.'! p.m., Mr Tinney. Sincaton—-p.m., Mr iirenton. Home Rlission Meetings lo lie ad dressed by Uie deputation, Mr Geo. Sargent — Monday, Victoria-street ; Tuesday, Newlyn; Wednesday, Smea ton; Thursday, Allendale. To com mence at 7.lid o'clock. rpHE Adjourned MEETING of the L Friends of Serjeant and Mrs \V. II. Kohinson will he held in the Hank Chambers at S o'clock on MONDAY EVENING NEXT, tu arrange details lor the Farewell Sncial. W, I'. NORTIICUTT (Mayor), Chairman. T. A. W11, SON, Treasurer. IIY. I'EACOCK, Secretary. Croswick District Hospital. rp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 April 1914
Auction Salon. CHESWICK. MELBOURNE ROAD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL -Wi, At 2 p.m. REALISATION SALE of FREEHOLD I PROPERTY, with SUPERIOR W.li. RESIDENCE (7 Rooms, 2H x &lt;10, Huilublc for removal), ami 2 FREE- j HOLD AREAS (1 acrii perchos). J IOHNT. SLOAN ami W. w,-|| a,.|| f) by public 'under definite instructions frrjja the Rallarat Trustees, Executors ami Agency Co., a;} t*\eru torn of the will of David C. Mann, de ceased, who haw i»» dispose of the property, m uiMer that the estate may bo wouml up -- j ill L — Crown Allot:;. !'» arid f«, Sec tion M, 'J'owii and Parish of ('reswirk (J rood US 1-10 pirehea). ' The improvements consist of a com • modious W.H. family residence (2K x 1&lt;M, V rooms, walls 11 f*kt t. with front, and » back verandah, extended eaves, hip am) , valley roof, wilh passage throughout, and mostly pine dadoi s 'J'hi-i properly will b&lt;* submitted in t»n»» or separate i lots In Miit. purchasers for removal, as absolute eh-araiH'c has to be ...
MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 April 1914
MINING HEWS. South Berry—Two parties cross cutting; 5 parties blocking in payable ground. Tiie collision at ISurntisla id (Kife shirc) between the Aberdeen express and a goods train, took place when the express was going downhill at the rate of a mile a minute. Owing to the line turning a corner at the spot, the express enginedrivcr could not see the goods train until it was too late to apply thn brakes The express struck the engine obliquely, otherwise an appalling disaster would have been the result. As it was, the express engine, three luggage-vans, and a passenger coach were derailed, and Hung into the adjoining goll-links, the driver and fireman being Killed, and four pas sengets injured. The driver and fireman did not attempt to jump from the express, but stuck to their posts, where they were crushed to death. Trotter, the guard, escaped by creeping through a window. Though he was severely shaken, he pluckily extin guished the flaming gas under the overturned passenger carriag...
AMERICA AND MEXICO. IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 April 1914
AMERICA AND MEXICO. IM 1'ORT ANT D li'V ELOI' MIiNT. A sensational development lias taken place m connection with the relations between the Uniiol Slates and Mcxico. Great public excitement ha? been aroused by the announcement that the Cabinet has ordered the United States Atlantic fleet to sail immediate ly (or Tampico, in order to enforce Rear-Admiral Mayn's demand for a salute from General I luerla by way of an apology for the arrest of ii number of American marines. Wireless calls have been sent in every direction for (or the purpose of mustering all the available ships of the fleet. The. Cabinet on Tuesday fully dis cussed the Mexican situation in secret, and after its deliberations Mr J. I Daniels, Secretary of the Navy, I ordered the American fleet to proceed to Mexican waters. I' Is understood that grave developments are pending. The torpedo flolillii stationed at Pen sacola, Florida, hat; also been ordered to Tanipico. president Wilson has discussed tlic whole situation wit...