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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 April 1914

ALL CLASSES OP STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FEOS . ANY CAUSE. ,'j —— FDALIMG RISKS — |.i COMMENCING WIT11 ATTEMPT TO FOATJ AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE- -■'/ AFTER. : •IATB8 LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. ' ACTIVE AGE.iTS YMfJTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. '• — APPLY TO MLGETY Q CO., LTD., MELBOURNE. [T--r j'-UV/gFE! * 1 L ES (j... .... 'V ''i l' I ' ill ' i'r VlV I 'l"l' ft i~ i M "Ufl*i 1*1 i Ithtf''' * 1 11 AilTLEY No. 2, ili/lj/-. Cords, 1(3 yd:,., (id. Mosh Oreta Guards, HARTLEY" No. 2, £6/6/-.. ! 1/, 1M> 1/U. HARTLEY No. 2, iO/ti/-. I Enamel—Hartley, black, tkl; Blumos, HARTLEY No. 2, i'li/0/-. I Miiek or colors, tkl-, i'ruaio Protectors, limit throughout of English first j 1<1, l,;.dio Uoastor iueo Wheol, coin quulity pattern . Eadio l'rou | i' - '''L'' uuauKillixJ or plated run, wheel; litted with Oceanic or Wyngeel ! > *'' '' "" '"':1 1/11, 2/0; tyros. Guaranteed for three years. rv .l i,; A. t U, iiiimllo h.a nf ty Lady's Models, ill extra. HARTLEY No....

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 April 1914

LIFE. Tho cost of living still goes up, and trouble 'round us thickens, and yot whene'er wo tlino or blip, wo'vo por terhouse or chickens. To make our wails Imvo proper force wo should hu leau and scruwuy, but we've the mus cles of a Jiorso, and wo aro fat and brawny. Tho portly mini gots UP am^ whopto about tho eo.-,t ol' Jiving, whiio to Jiis lorni miiiio • •ostly M»ups a genial warmth aro j;iviiitf. Th<< clubman wrings his hand and whines tho «*o-i will make us vagrants, uhilr lo I", breath import* d w itt.-s impart a pung ent- {rii-nanrf, W\» ;,Inmid In- hnlhm < yi d and thin, uiir .*.|.» Ilil.o . ua: h - "hnwinj;, »t n.'d di mmufe ii" IIU'U ut Mil who ki'i'p til** pl'l" r , . lim nearly all tlm l.irkin-, don- !v fat ami lu.-:.y .ijimr;< win* havi» their porkeis full o! num. and .-wallow foiir rouisi dinner-. 1 do nut }nar tit" | toiler nail or breath" dn»- l h i • at- o. I ^la»u:ht«'v ; lt.» hu dinner from a pail, and h*'!p' it down w...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

GRESWICK FOOTBALL CLUB. A MKliTINU of tin- above Club will i"\ will liH lii-lil ill .liilmwin'H Urnl^'.' llntol TO-MORKOW (Wi'dnwday) liVUNINC, :il S o'clock. It. C. (:| IA.IjK IjKY. Sixri-larv. CHESWICK BRANCH A.N.A. MMIK I'urini^hlly MKKTINC will 1 lit* Im>|{| at. tli'* A.N.A. Hall on Kit I OA Y liVKNINtI, April 21th, at S o'clock sharp. K. KAKUIIEK, I'ri-siiU-nt. AKT11UK 15. tiltOSK, Si-rty. 4 I A* IVrsoris wli<> iiitcnil snliscriltiiiK i \ to Sergeant Kobinnon's Karcwell S'icial l-'venin^ nml l'rescntation on Kriday livening Next, at tin- '1'iiwn Hall, art' riMini-sted to hand thi-ir dona tions to tin- unili-rsiKiu-d not later than THURSDAY KVKNINO. W. 1'. NOKTIICOTT, President. T. A. WICftON. Treasurer. IIY. IM'JACOCK, Secretary. Iclunes picnic ragzs. rjMIIIKSDAY, Al'llll, ^liu. Six Kvi'iil.:. l'r;i):ramiiK':: on Apnhcalion. 12. 12. KOliKKTH, Secretary. A G VAWD SA!.L f f NDI2K tin- auspices ol' t>n- liiooin l ' licid ai)d Alli'iidah' 1>'«,tl>:t11 Club...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SERIOUS MOTOR ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

SERIOUS MOTOR I ACCIDENT. I A serious molar accidcnt occurred on Sunday al 2 p.m. 011 the north side of l'rinces bridge, close to Flinders :;lreel. Miss Mabel I Jcspard, ;S, tele {•rnpliist, living al .55 S[irinf; struct, city, was run down, ;uid now lies in Melbourne lljspital in a serious con dition, suffering from the effects of .1 fractured pelvis, abrasions .md scveru shock. Where the accident occuncd is a part of tin! road at which thousands h' passengers daily board or dismount from the trains travelling to the south ern suburbs, and there are notices hereabouts warning motorists and others to drive slowly and give ade quate warning of their approach When the accident occurred there was no constable on paint duty at the inter section of Swanston and Flinders street. Miss Despard hid stepped off the footpath near Princes bridge station, and was walking toward a tram travnl - ling southward. She had gone some 12 or i.| feet when a double-s ,'ated 111 itor car, driven at a smart...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A RUNAWAY TRAIN. BOLTS FROM WARRENHEIP TO BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

A RUNAWAY TRAIN. HOI.TS l'KOM WAKKMCNIIlill' TO liAI.I.AKAT. Hit h.imvay Ikpuilinent, winch iwuci :tu a do>c i-ecrecy over incidents ut a nure or has exciting nature that | happen on cjt about the railways, did ; not, of counts make a public an uoui:ce»nenl ol the fad that on I** rid ay morning, before duybruik, a liain bolted (Joun ilie W.urenheip bank, and before being pulled up dasbed through the Ballarat Kastern and .Western stations. From, another I source the facs were gltancd, and railway officials have been good enough (says the "Echo ') to* confirm I substantially the statements from outside. The Iraiii thai bolted was composed of nine trucks uf bullocks, consigned from Melbourne lo Hallarat. Every j thing seemed light to I lie train crew | when tliu train left Warrcnheip for the last stage of lliu journey to I Llallaral. The line lieie dips away fast, being built on the continuation of the western slope of the mount, and many a railway traveller heaves a sigh of relief ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

HOW DYSPEPTICS CAN EAT WHAT THEY WANT WITHOUT PAIN. 'b ~ In the vast majority of case:;, states a leading specialist, indigestion, dys pc|and other so called stomach troubles are in no way due to the fault of the stomach itself, but almost entirely to fermentation of the food contents and the resultant formation of acid and gas which irritate and in flame the delicate lining of the stomach, and unnaturally distend Hie stumacli walls, causing displacement of the vital oigatis and dangerous pres sure on the heart and lungs. lie estimates that yG per cent, of all stomach pains, either acute or chronic, are directly or indirectly due to acid fermentation; all of which he has proved can be avoided by neuralising the acid and stopping the lermentation by means of a simple antacid known among and obtainable from all chemists under the name of bisnrated magnesia; half a teaspoonful in a little water immediately after eating, effec tively preventing the slightest indica tion of fermentation ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOREST CONSERVATION NEED FOR ENLIGHTENMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

FOREST CONSERVATION NEED FOR ENLIGHTENMENT. Willi the inceptiou of Atbor Day in the Victorian State schools, u step was taken which will have valuable and permanent tesults in connection with lorcst conservation. In regard to forest:, in newly-settled countries there arc two stages. The first stage destroys every tree. Timber must be got rid of as quickly and economically as possible. Who has »ot seen the fires of the farmer "burn ing off?" The second stage is reached when tree-planting begins. The tree, which was a nuisance in the first stage, is now a valuable und desirable asset. 1 he second stage commenced to develop in Victoria some twelve years ago, when Arbor Day was first Cele brated in the State schools. Even be fore that some had cried, "Spare the trco," but the cry was by no means general. The amended regulations of the Royal Agricultural Society relating to forestry exhibits from State schools show that the change of view has at length reached that body. This year a chan...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMERICA AND MEXICO. WILL MEXICO YIELD? [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

AMERICA AND MEXICO. * WILL MISXICO YIKLD ? Tin: situation between .Mexico and the United Stales is still acute. On 1'hursday it was reported that General Hueita, the provisional President of Mexico, had offered to apologise to the United Stales Government for its recent arrest of a number of American marines, and also to salute the American /lag as required by the United Stales, if the American war ships acknowledged his salute. This appeared to be a likely solution of the trouble. ^ At the eleventh hour, however, General Unerta demanded that the United States fleet should answer gun (or gun the Mexican dilute. A meeting of the American Cabinet was hastily convened, and it was decided to icltise the demand. It was resolved to allow the fleet to proceed and cuforce the salute as originally fixed ' i he Cabinet was practically unani mous that no further time should be given Huerla to comply with America's demands llucrta's latest demand was considered to be merely a move to maintain h...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE OUTBACK WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

THE OUTBACK WOMAN. V (l!v I'arnllif in Auckland ' "News.") life spara iiccd is i>ni(l lo those; now. numerous settlers located in wiiut for lack of a . bottor term is called the outbacks. In well-populated'.countries wherein com paratively decent, metalled roads 'nro i.limed, and by moaiiw of which they ordinary- traveller derive^ His. Views of agricultural and pastoral lift), there is little to arrest attention beyond the passing reooguition of a somewhat soli tary existence which is to a groat ex tent compensated by a freedom from town conventionalities and..by (lietur csyne rural surroundings that appeal to" tliu majority of mankind. In sucj^ locations. the settlers are often to be euvied, for^they enjoy a life healthful in the extreme" are fairly'well catereil for by,'country storekeepers, receive their mails at statedf periods,- and ex cept during tho most part of the winter solstice are enabled to comfortably tra vel and' eongregato at tho customary district gatherings whic...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CKESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858. THUSDAY, APRIL 21, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

THI3 CKESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1050, Tuesday, Apkii. = i, iqi.j Setiiur.Constable W. II. Gardiner, formerly of Allendale, who recently look up duties in Melbourne, ha:; been transferee] to liallarat, to fill t lie vacancy caused by Scoior Coristable Stevenson's removal to Creswick. Steady rain set in early last Saturday morning, and until the afternoon it was showery. Up toy a.m. 2.j points of rain were registered at the local town hall, and the continued rain gave 17 points, or a total of .(t fur the fall. This makes the register for the month of April to date 58 points. The rainfall for the early peiiod of this year compares unfavorably with that for the same time last year, For January, iyi.i, the fall was 00 points; February, i r;and March, ov; a total of 1 inch -ij points for the t:;ree months For the same months of I a i;t year the r<:,;r:U'r showed 23 point:;, points, and 517 points, a total of 7 niches Stj points, or 6 inch' s .|<> point , more...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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PASSENGER GAR DERAILED. DRAGGED TWO MILES. COUPLINGS FORTUNATELY SNAP. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

PASSENGER GAR DERAILED. m DRAGGED TWO MILES. COUPLINGS FORTUNATELY SNA I'. On Sunday morning an alarming accidcnt occurred at Joppa Junction, (our miles from Gotilbum, where the Cooma line connects with the main southern line, but fortunately no'one was iti]Urcd, When the Cooma mail, which arrives at Geulburn about I o'clock, was two miles 011 the Cooma line (rum Joppa, the connecting tod ot one side of the second engine broke and fell 011 the line, The first carriage escaped the obstacle, but the second was derailed unknown to the driver. The derailed carriage was dragged a distance of two miles to Joppa Junction, where trouble occurred The engine and fust carriage negotiated the crossing all right, but the couplings between the first and second carriages broke, as did also the couplings between the second and third carriages. Instead of the second carriage running 011 to the proper line, which was the "up" line to Sydney, the wheels at one end took the "up" line and at the other e...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MATTER OF PRECAUTION [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

A M A I 'l'Ei: 01" I'lt I'X'A I'TH >\ . i>im day a vory noivow.s, i im;d-)ooivj»g »n, atvompaji/W by a robust, fni iii' r man. tin tJio platform of a liltJo railuay Matron at a n>inoU» coun ty spot. I'\*r a .Oiort titno .sho ^lon» «'i to In r attention to the tiin<* ' l/i\i ji,il liinlin«j; h> r tJm patis ( taction *ho .sought, -ho tip to | thi» >i;ition-in;i.^tor ;is ho camo out <>i » ijt" '1 ■ I. "Will \'iu plt-ast* toll mo i il iho ii. 1 .*> has gono y«M ?'' cdio nskivl, ■ Jit .ipi-avont i-"iu*'nl. '"Vos, about -0 • I'-i'-m-: £u." l,o r. pli« <1, "And ( u !! ' h" ! .:'l) omio a Ion;:, do ydi I '.luii!.;" "Why, not. for sumo (uno y• -1, «jI i'hiu'K'.'." *4Aiv tlu'io any ox lit fuio ihm?" "No,'1 ''Not on«\-'' "Any lu<><;a<;r tnu'ns?" "No." "Nothing at Ml':" "Nothing ivlmt rwv." "An« you «initi> siuo-5 ''Cer 1 a : 11! v, 1 ;im, or 1 wouldn't hav*> snid ;.m,m "Th.-ij," >aid thr> timi...

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MINISTER OF MINES AND FORESTS. VISIT TO CRESWICK DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

MINISTER OF MINES AND FORESTS. ■ tfc VISIT TO CRESWICK DIS l'RICT. Tlit Hon. J. Drysdale Brown, Minister o( Mines and Forests, arrived in Crcswick on Saturday morning last with Mr Mackay, the Conservator of Forests, to make an inspection of llie Government Plantation and School of Forestry, in order to make himself conversant with same, this branch now coming under his Ministerial control. On arrival at Crcswick the Minister and Conservator were met by Sir Peacock (Minister of Education and Labor and member for the district), and Mr J. Johnstone (Superintendent of Plantations). The plantation area was traversed and the School of Korestry inspected, everything being in good order, and at Ihe conclusion of visit the Minister stated, in reply to a query, that fie was very well pleased with what he had seen The site of the original nursery at North Crcswick was visited, this area now being rented, and application had been made for its purchase. The Minister intends to go through the pap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT MINISTERIAL POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT . £ MINISTKKIAI'j l'OLlCY. Of surprises the Governor General's speech was absolutely devoid Iiul those who love political excitement have the satisfaction of knowing that the position is rich in uncertainty. The unexpected cannot happen, for no sane onlooker cherishes any definite expectation. The Parliament re turned in May last is a peculiar one, and whilst it lives anything is possible. Of its remarkable features not the least noteworthy Is, that at any moment the Opposition can send Ministers to the country, hut that Ministers are power less to force an appeal on the Opposi tion. The Senate commands the position, it can reject the test Bills, it can pass them; the Ministerial ma jority ill the Representatives can merely send '.hem up to be treated as Labor thinks fit. Ministers are to be congratulated ou the dignity and determination with which they have (aced the difficulties which confronted them, as soon as the Opposition decreed that no useful legislati...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

Football. Members uf the Ci us wick Kuolbull dull arc notified by advetliseuient thai a meeting v/ill be held at the ■Utid^u hutel un Wednesday (lo nrjiiuw) eventn;;, al -! o'clock.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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ATTACKED BY NATIVES. GERMAN SHOOTS THREE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

AYTACilljiW £'■¥ NATIVES, j C.I'RMAN SHOOTS TURKU I'.I-ACKS. A Story of a sensational fight with natives was lirnufjlit by the steamer Oohlen/, which arrived from Japan via porls on Wednesday. The adven ture befel a Cieriwn named Usa del, who is second officer ol the New Guinea Company's trading steamer Madang. Th is simmer left Friedrich Wilhelmshaven a little over six weeks afto and proceeded to Solomon Islands. Mr I'sadel landed on one of tin islands with two natives to secure a supply of panic nr.rt hirds. The Ma dam; return-.1 i.hnd two days later lo p;ck iliem'nj•, hut lluy ilid not put in an appearance. On the follnwirur day an armed parly left the Madaiv; lo search for (hem. After some I.me the parly came across a deserted eampinr; spot, and were alarmed lo linil a dead nativ" lyin<» near the remains of a camping fire. There were no sit^ns of Usaelel, hut a pool of blood near by was dis covered, and, as it was feared tint the mate might have been killed there, a s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

I VICTORIA 1 COY. INSURANCE LTD. Market Street, Melbourne. Chairman—Hon. Edward Miller. Fire, Marine, Accident, Live Stock, nnil (iunruntn Insurance llunimw Conducted. JAMES J IIAVERTY, Secretary. Agent:—W. P. Norlhcotl. K'jlalilir.hod iSfifi, s, SR'.rJSEIEM and SO MS! GENERAL storekeepers HlfiH ST., K1NOSTON. Market Rates for Dairy Produce. Agents for Now Zealand Eire and Marine Insurance Co. ' Ri8k» taken at Lowest Rate». ~AMEmCAN HOTEL. C.T.A. HOUSE, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, ALBERT - STREET. Terms Strictly Moderate. Cabl Meet All Trains. Telephone, ]]. PUBLIC Diroctory on hand ; also I Bradshaw's Railway Guide. I T. HAINES, Proprietor. THE RECOGNISE!!COMMERCIAL I HO liS E. i BRITISH HOTEL, ALBERT STREET, CRESWICK. A Kink Up to datt, Henri.ry. Containing Splendid Accommodation fur Travellers and Others. , Only the Best of Ales, Wines and I Spirits Supplied. ' First-class Menu. Cabs meet every train. Free StalilinR. II. 1HESON, Proprietor. Swanston Family Hotel, SWANSTON STREET, MELBO...

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