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

u v a n n * we * * * IVJoney Making Opportunities . . For You. . . IT'S BLANKET-TIME " GUSHING'S WE have again this Season entered into a very satisfactory contract direct with the Mills to take 200 Pair of Blankets, and notwithstanding the increased price of Woollen Goods, we are in a position to offer you better value than last season. loo Pair Double Bed Blankets, 21s, 100 Pair Double Bed Soft Woolly Blankets, 30s, " THE HOUSE OF VALUE, " ORBSWICK. B n « K M * * * £ * * M ■ * M ■ B 0 « Jfi ■ * K ■ M ■ * « * a a*assH06saaa INTERESTING ITEMS ! A Crying Baby at a Public Meeting is like a Good Suggestion. It ought to be carried out. Our Suggest on that you cuius and inspect our immense assortment ol Fanoy Goods, Toys. Books, &c. Ought to bB proof positive that we are out after your trade, and by a com bination of Big Values and Low Prices Carried out faithfully by us, we hope to gain your patronage. Guess these arc ! Writing Tablets, 50 Sheets, bank note paper, 3d Writing Tab...

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

0IR1/S HANDS AND KEKT OOVKRKJ) WITH CHJI.Hl.AINS. "SIIK WOULD ORV FOR HOURS WITH THfi PAIN." RKX'ONA QUICKLY CIJRKS. " My lit 11** K'irl Ruby had her fe;*t ; ami hands covered with chilblains for weeks. There were bitf blisters all over her fret. Tiii* jn»nr child used to cvy for hour.; with fh" pain. She could not put her boots on," write* Mr* Jnue ReiJl'el. Sa Humtl'ray-street, Rallarnt K., Vie. " I tried all sorts of ointments to mak<» tiieiu lieal. but they seemed to be k'ettinj: worse. On.-day 1 was recom nienden t«» try Re^ona on thein. I j;ot a tin. and put a little on Iier hands anil feet, and Ruby said 'Oh, mum, that, is nire; it. taki * ail the pain and burn ing feeling av. ay.' After live applica tions the chilblains simply died away, and now she fan wear Iier boots. The poor iiule jjirl is so pleased to lie cured. I •' No one know* what chilblains are till they ^«-t them; they are worse than burn-'. Now I have found .< cure and shall always keep a t...

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

I I AHUCAH U'.i.'ii i;, «.j 111r S"ir,li Aii i ',1; r i. .• I' 1^JM.'-**•. "• I:!""1 .•u - v --i' 111.»\i y- *lUi' •) thuv is ,v 111 r-'1"1 1 1 I I I i l1 11 - .'I :'l :u- " ■ „Vli. r t'wl s.iv row II..' )•»>«' I;,. ,1, vi'Mim.-Ill ■ . Ill - 11, .1. fe".1 1 1.1. : '-U -iM'h i-'iulj; ion. -In' ruillllU'll ,ih' ^lX' iu.uit.-i from ontmii wiltod plutits.

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

OBITUARY. The following account of the funeral of Mr Krncst Miller, formerly of Allendale, whose death at IJrcken Hill we recently reported, is taken from the "Barrier Daily Truth," of the iith ins!. :—"The remains of the Ir.te Mr lv M iller were interred in the Methodist portion of the cemetery on Friday morninf;. The deceased died in the hospital the previous day, owint; to complications arising lro:n an attack til typhoid fever, after being in the institution ten days. He was n years <A age, and a native of Allendale, Victoria. He had been on the Harrier four years, and was employed on the British mine, A l:i^e number of A M.A. and Loyal Standard Lodge members marched before the hearse, led by Messrs S. Deed and T. Foster (representing the president and vice president of the A,M A ), Messrs J. Witenbury (G.M.) and A. McGuire D S., Loyal Standard Lodge, M.I'), and \V. Baker (I'.Ci.) and J. Green (N.G., Silver City Branch). The mourners were: — Mr J. W. Miller (father, w...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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LIVE STOCK AND SOIL FERTILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

LI v L i,;UuK AkO SUJL 1-iLti 1JL! I v. I i"' uii,• ji]01 goi;d farming " ..> li.r^u ,i return lroin tho ;l> JH'aSiMe, ilL tllO pallia lime, ai.. .11,Mil,,;t; u not increasing, tiio icr '•I'sv ui uio .Mill, biiid Air H. V,. Sprigs 111 ."'turpi-,ett Yale, in the course of u I'.'ii. r read buore the Conioronco of in,- *ii:in liranciies o; the South Aus ti..i,n .iyncuKural Bureau. Ji ui, tlio ciopsgiown ou tile tar in (ii- i-uiitimicil) * are carted to market ami .'Old, .tliu farmer,\ii» selling tho fer - -1 .v »' ii.s iarni,-and. such K systom ii,-..; tiul in depiutiou. To maintain its 1'■:. 11 iI V ill- must turn lus iarni iiito a i.,L-,oiy and el.ungo thu raw products • mo mill: i.r meat, tho by-products, be ■ n.1-; i-.'in.ned to tho land as manure. ai-t> a very impai-taut factor in >tn. ;,uil tho farm that is well iia.s soil makers continually ut ■■ >.i k mainlaing its fertility. Rotation crop., .md livestock systematically in. u aro absolutely essential; l-'arm i i;...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ullina. THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

Ullina. THE RAINFALL. The heaviest and most beneficial rain for the year (ell here on Saturday morning, and continued during the day. Altogether (>i points of rain fell, which quantity will do an immense amount of good. The autumn has been unusually dry, and it was begin ning to be (eared that further rains would not fall until the cold weather, but the present downpour will allay all anxiety, and the prospects again point to a favorable wintLr. THE MAII, KOU'J'K. An intimation that the Postal de partment were likely to resort to the old mail route via Muoroukyle greatly disturbed the residents here, who at once enlisted the willing services of Mr Hans Irvine, M.H.K., and the popular number for the Grampians made such strong representations to the department that the pre.-ent satis factory service will be continued.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RUSSIANS IN LONDON. IMMIGRANTS AND REVOLUTIONARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

THE RUSSIANS IN LONDON. I Mil HiRANTS AN J) Jt KVOLU'l'ION AltlES. lij SU'piwu Uiflliam in Lite "Pftilj Mail.") (Mr. Stephen Uvaham Isnovrj morn about Russian life nnd obarncter tlmu anv living hiiglisiiiuan. lie ltaa tra velled all over Russia, living for montlm wiili tlie peasantry us ono of theni .■dvo.., and lif lias'described his advon tur. - in a series hi . lvill and masterly i,(.uii.v---.V<iv.iuiuo, ia tile/" "A Tramp's .M;etclns,M "U ItM. »ia," "i;imn«iiis, Kur« "V\llii Ull.vKttl I'ilgii i11 to .1 .Vui. ini i ..ijaejitly on Wednesdays or i iiur.-u.iv-; vun may sec, down rt» tlio ...a .. . a'..' I .".. 11 Wliaif or Toolcy RtrooL, *t 11.■ di-. nr.arkation ot many hundreds oi peasant men and women ,,ml .(••».» and Jews.** out ol' a dingy liait.c su-aiucr. _ liu- I'.n -k.ii-i aro in the sheepskins-, ill, V have astrakliall raps on their !.."'i, or nl.l peai; hats. Ihey carry Iiau.v. on their banks, red-painted w.,..U. u eiiesis under tnoir arms, wicker ....w- m ili.n...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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PIG-RAISING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

PIG-RAISING. I » iil-M I II illJC L.» COimder > U K0(ltl ,.u„. U ,.ou ma [//a tlu.,, <\o not think "I i.usinc, pig. in a, .-ay. inn call u(j ll.." ..in pill.l Jeed to latter j,,),.,,!. Iiii.vi.r. up :ueh ..iicUith or .sin,, iv gom-rally u.i- sitlv, and tau<, !»«• ""ark,-.. Any farmer wlm !v'ilxii -i riiumi h:., [y.i'Hli.vU. Xviiu," "» I-iik:, ju: -ii ami ui .hirJ; jn ! ,11,'i jm;'-!'.ii'.iiv.i.l o' (i i)i>; oir.i.'y, ; ikI • li'T,, a pio il-.vi:.;; J.(1< (i th,> lj|n i'- ui i'«'i {lie hK,\, , «)]- :.(HV.S, ;uid j "■ 1' ■ ran 1 Ui iioL to (,v»r niiK-.i t;i.- ivo.nr/m oj *,!»,• ' J.'it ;j,. rrnruij/ „» lln-ir '.»•<>•••. I brwi... 1 -> I'-.'t r..v,r irom a g.a.J iiuot, .-hs «.»;Wc .-ft, cvon Liiirki).. V "Kl *«*« Uuu Io.-> than ivrchr or loml,-. u . von Yin; breed I pNur i-, in,. Iui pinvcd Jiorkshiro. Tho .Middle \ "!'<• a lioad typo, but is not .suiiab:.- in yiimnte like this. uliii.., the skill i-, iwui: tender...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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DISTRICT NEWS. Allendale. GRAND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. Allendale. GRAND BALL. Under the auspices of the lirooin field and Allendale Kootball Club, a grand ball will be held in the Dramatic lull, Allendale, on Monday next, 27th jnst. Excellent tmisic will be yiven and an efficient M.C. will have charge of the dancing. It is cxpected that the ladies will provide, and tickcts for gentlemen will be 3/ each.

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

Smeaton. RAINFALL. For the week ending Saturday, iSth /nst., the rainfall, as rc^isterd by the school children, reached .1,5 points. We ate in need ol at least two inches. HOME MISSIONED. Miss Todd, attached to Scot's Church, Melbourne, addressed the Presbyterian congregation on Sunday evening, on the work of the hntne missions. She is a pleisant speaker, and is well suited, by her genial disposi tion, for the missionary work she is engaged in. A.N. A. The fortnightly meeting of the above was held last Friday, the vice-president (Mr J. Torney) in the chair. An invitation was received from the Ballarat City branch to a smoke ni^ht in honor of one of their members (Mr A. M. Taylor) having atuioed tne chief presidency of the A.N. A. Messrs II. Hay and II. Hassell were deputed to attend same. The • branch com mittee is to meet and draw up the Empire Day prograu. me for presenta. tion to the next meeting. The syllabus item for the evening was asocial dance, which proved a very enjoyable ...

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Newlyn. STATE LAND TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

Newlyn. ST.Vl'K LAND TAX. A well attended meeting uf land owners was held in I he Newlyn linll on Thursday evening last. Cr John Lti;hman was voted to the cluir. The secretary (Mr Chas. McPherson) read correspondence from tile Taxa tioti I'fiice, and from the representa tive..-. Tor the district, the Moil. D. Mcleod and Sir A.J. Peacock. After some discussion the following rcsolu lion was carried;—"That the secretary write lo the Commissioner, stating that over :o objections have been lodged, and ashing the Commissioner to stale when an appeal court would he appointed.'' Since the last meet ing more landowners have received their assessments, and many fresh grievances were revealed. One in. dienant landowner said that he had a drain on his property which cost him ^433, and the total amount allowed for all his improvements was In another case a landowner was allowed ^1500 for improvements, whilst his house alone co'.t nearly that amount. Mr Shaw, of Messrs Cuthbert. Morrow and Must, ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOME MISSIONS. METHODIST CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

home missions. METHODIST CHURCH SERVICES. Home Mission anniversary services were celebrated in the Creswick Methodist Circuit on Sunday. At the Victoria Street church the preacher in the morning was the Rev W. Moore, of Climes, who relieved the Kev G. W. Harrison in order to allow ihc latter to conduct the church anniver Siiry services at wJuncs. 3u ibe cveuiog the service was conducted by the Home Mission deputation, Mr George Sar Rant, of the l'ort Melbourne mission. Ill commencing his discourse Mr Sargant said Ik: had been told hy the Kev A. T. I loliko (Home Mis sion secretary) to go (otlli and give ad dresses on home mission work. It seemed difficult to start without a text, so he would take the 4U1 chapter of St John, the intli verse:—" Jesus answered and said unto her, if thou knowest of God, and who it is that saith to thee, Give mc to drink ; thou wouldcst hare asked of him, and he would have given thee living water. " Mr Sargant spoke of the good Jesus did goiiit; through ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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MINING NEWS. CRESWICK QUARTZ G.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

MINING NEWS. ' ■ CRESWICK. QUARTZ G.M. CO At tlic above company's mini: al Nuggetty t'liilly, the jump-up from the aoo fuel level is now up ,|o feet Yesterday opening out was commenced on a full face of stone, looking well. In the south drive, on the indicator, some splendid looking vi-jus are showing, and good prospects were obtained here liy the director;, who visited the "nine on Saturday last. 'l'he directors found every thing in -a satisfactory '..t.itc, and complimented the manager (Mr Cuo. 1 locking) on the work carried out liy liiin, expressing their complete satis faction at his managership. The rumor that had been circulated that the present manager was to be relieved of the position was denied, it being stated that no such action was con templated, South Iierry.—Yield for eleven dajs, i3 ( ots 8 clwls from 153 fathoms,

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

ARTIFICIAL MEAT. According to tho_ Paris daily jourmJs a Belgian scientist', Jl. EJfront, lias succeeded in producing artificial raot.t, and this is another advance made by modern chomistry, aftor tlio synthesis of vegetable extracts or periuuies and oven the albumens which aro tlio b;.so of living substance. M. Elfront Bon uses a remarkable process for indus trial preparation of nitrogenous loads at a very low price, and tneso aro said to rcsembl® ordinary meat in a strik ing degree. He uses different resi dues of manufactures which are almost worthless, such as broir-ery or distillery refuse products, and from tin.so ho extraots a food albumen. The refuse material is first washed, then pressed and treated by sulphuric acid and af terwards by lime, being then put through other operations which aro too long to enumerate, ending by filtering and evaporating in vacuo, Tlio result is a pasty extract which has a very pronounced tasto of meat and lu-s three times the food value of the la...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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F.M.E.[?]. CRESWICK BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

F.M.E.Q. Si CRliSWICK BKANCII. The fortnightly meeting of the com mittee was held in the officc ou Satur day evening, when there were present : —Mr I1", Wilding (president, in the ch.iii), Mr W. 1'. Northcolt (Irearurer), Messrs Mann, Richards, Citsliam, H. Booth, and I„. 1>. IClshaug (secretary.) COKRESPONDKNCiC* From llie relatives of the lalg J. H. Peacock, thanking the bruuch I or letter of sympathy. Krom the minnger of the South Deny G.M.Co., granting a holiday on the -''/th April lor the celebration of liight Hours' Day. I'rom the Under Trcaswct, will) application forms for the relief of miners' phthisis, giving conditions under which the same can be obtained. i:l'.rn|;i l'lom Mr J. lillis, rcpoitiiig no ill) — proveincnt in his health luom Mr V. <,)u.inchi, steward in the South Berry mine, declaring Mr R. Young on and oil the (uncl>. l''roin same, declaring Mr J. Cassell on the funds. I IN'ASCli. The following accounts w«e passei/ for payment:—Accident pay—No...

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

MOLLY (By. "Vanitnsi.") ai00(11.at "lip-rails. a Mm,, .!r-»nl S ?°.°f ftK,r1' 11,0 ,n,l(i »'«oivjiih strands of her unruly hair aW0!„ i, " iftco. Shff shaded iici- ore., with ln»r W, "nd locked uxpec.anUy Ihe "Kltlioi- ought •„ |,„ |,«,.e )iv mio niurmurcy}. "i <u»*Jtw wlm \ ■ keeping him " ' * Mollv',, fuOicr r,„.P M,i to Sicuro tbuwrvMv. help, The |a>i one. (hiil lu., j.ji'J fellow who-.,. ulo:, .,1 u . i ,.; I,,J ' liot Co incided H-liJ, th.,1 ti- l,,u; left n fori,i.v. ; ,„| j aid being i.v,:i ,-ih.r. Watson d« cdwi tu :ri tU ciy agencies. .Molly mio m, ti„. si;,,.,-.,,, reluctantly, belore going haek to il,,. iiou.se, when she noticed a e"w trying to destroy hrr ti'im_piit<jspt>ruin hedgu. 'Shool" .she cms!, chipping j:iv hands. The cow siopp,>d h.-r tlepreda tions, and turned two mild bovine o.o towards tin- girl, but, thinking prolsi'i I.v that no danger lurk.-,] in ,,inr. ter, she comn.cne <i lu r ravages nj.oii tlio voting shoots ag...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOROSES SKIN FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

.SUIiOSES SKIN KUtJl>. hvery woman who wishes to appear her brst idiould use Souosi:s for th*» Skin. Sorose.s Skin Food is freshening, .sottenin^ and beautifying. Pimples, freckles, Wrii.kles, Sunburn and Sallowness disappear like ma^ie. I'rice 12s Cd. Obtainable from Miss M. Wall, General Draper, Creswick.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

OF RURAL INTERS^ At tin.* lir.lo ul uiilin.; - |'i. : m; I'.'.'.f'v."ii.tM-'V ... .ii'.'rr..«.v >r. ..1 •m.\r„ini;, til. I .; il. a I: , |-ill... ... iudii-.rv. I ii l.. ...n .1. t.in I ! ■ .1'v .;I i ! ... m.»! «!.. :.ii, which, II ,1.' tall- v, ii .ll ■ .1; ur Ml. :ii';'.i r ,u . ' it i .ii;'l • ill the . llpl^y ,.l milk I.ll . U : ci v, i ■ .1 v. ill lie very lliililv..!..' ;hu :: 11.. ;:..r.i::. II .: :ii 1: :-:i" • .rem .ll ' L tor until June or July. 'I'll..' Iiu:t -r ""v.- emuiug to M .11.1.111 tii'lll Il'::i./ 1.11 .rs :V,;i..n ;ti nir... ui..n:mm. i'.ie irr gr.ma :i r- aio p .hh Inui ■ - ^ a 1 i t L1 • • Liu,.it, I -: 11 in.my motor'...; are closed d.w.i, and -..in ' N<j11!i-i'".;i.st.-rii town., are drawing - .i]>i»!i .-. oi' bul ut lioni alelbouin ..unl not v.-iy favorably situ i,,.d a, regards grass, and supplies oi I..liter in the eastern, parts are - light, butter lias be.;ti sent to liairusilalo i..,:, .v,.;I>,iiu-i'« recently. Cows are dried o...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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WHICH END OF A POST SHOULD BE UP? [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 21 April 1914

WHICH END OF A POST SHOULD BE UP? It. Js a very common belief among farmers, remarks 1J10 "Scientific Am crioan," that a post will last longer if sot in tho ground tho rover* <> of lay way it grww in tho tree; in other words, tyitli tho butt cud up. Accordingly, one sew numy posts, especially end and gato-posts, with tho small end down. Tho supposition is, that sap in a tree Ls always ascending; or, at least, that it in easier for tho sap to go up than down. Consequently, it ii argued, turning a post up&ido down tends ' to prevent tho ri«e of water, helps to keep tho wood dry;- and therefore reader,s it loss liable to decay. As a nutter of ; fa«-l, -a]) or watrr can flow in either | dii'oiion with equal facility, Mid thu I popular notion to tho contraiv is in | correct. Carolul f-xp- rinii-nl's on tho relative durability po.-l limbers l;aw» been niado by tho Onto Agricultural ISxp'TJ ment Si a lion, and the above question whs considered. Ono feneo in particu la...

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