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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 April 1914
Invaluable Remedy. DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS AFFORD GENUINE RE LIEF FROM BILIOUSNESS. " I was a dreadful sufferer from biliousness," wrilt &lt;; Mr;; IJz/.ie Candy, ol 13 Scolt's Parade, iJ.dhrat Kasl, Vic., " and trial many so called reme dies wi'h no improvement whatever, and receiving one of >our pamphlets decided to f;ive Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills a trial. I was agreeably surprised 'to find after taking a few dores tbe bilious attacks would rapidly vanish. Ih:«vob:-on that bad I could scarcely hold mv head up, hut since taking Dr. Morir's Indian Root I 'ill:: I found l;i nuine lelief fiein my old disorder. 1 speak of the-in In my neighbors as an invaluable reur dy for Liheirnes'. Von can uce these few line- for publication The Mroken H'ii Progress Associa tion has n'reivfd /'too Iroiii the Zinc Corporation tow wds its w« ih of send in:; children away to the seaside in the siiiiinii 1 tunc. HANDS ANl) i-'KLT cnVKKK!) WITH ClilLIJLAINS. " SI 11-: W'OIII.I) CUV KO...
ENGINE POWER ON THE FARM. WHICH IS THE BETTER SYSTEM OIL OR PETROL. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 April 1914
POVyfLi'i Ojj THE i*ARf/>. which is rni; i;kitei!. .ny.-h;:.> oil (Jit i'kti!/)!,. A; Inam-li or iiu _ cu!tur.iI Huivau, , 'Hi " puv.vi «v;,d f.v Mr. C. |i "i. -Mr. I Ifs, iii.. : '.vitjiMit do;il)i ()11c1 ni iiitviing 0f tjK> ^_'0(if;ihit? uh AiMralum A^ri paper iail In Uu; C'llIlK' I h. svhic-Jj Urn o MI JV .phr /: l!;.- 1111»-l u -ci'ul lanner i,vn i?iv« >i; ' in .S'.ntit Australia &lt;«"i ill' u'ork.s and ham! rna ! a j^u* r ^ oi n.vM )}|jm ; - j t r> Ihr r.'HhiorJi-. . tiD'lVcj'; in cd with tho J ill out up th>* iir&lt;w v..» til- I'Jia i It']', circular -:hv it v, woo-i : it n il! dri coi ii-niill, and, in iiun i > /!•. mikI thai iiiiiiii quicker ■ ia. wi;i, less la!,,,,' than by other me thod... (): a; 1 1110 kind- ot cii"ino powir. ,'lr. |Irs iayors i.iat dnvnrr j,y Ml ami |I '.rill. Tlit-re an; iw„ typo's f'l Ihuii the-,- engines -liortabie and statroiiaiv; ami while tlio .statinnarv engine u undoubtedly tli ■ hcv-t the portable «ill be ...
INDIAN CATTLE CANE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 April 1914
INDIAN CATTLE CANE. In tho Illawarra district, Now South Wales, nn experiment with Indian corn lias boon carried out at (Jerringon&lt;; by Mr. Thos. Burke. This todder has hitherto been thought only suitable for warm and htirnxi elmjale-, tinch as tho North Const. In November, 1910, Mr. Burko obtained Miliieient cnttinj;s for a plot (>l) :v MO loot, and planted, m drills &lt;hep, *J J'ewt apart. This cul 1'iv planted in pairs JJ feet apart 1 rills. Suh'o planting two out tin^s have been taken, and another is now ready. llo found the c.ute he^t where j^rov.i h wa.-. eoneerm d eight nuini a.Iter planting, and equally good after eaeh .-ueecKsivo cutting. The ono planting is suppasid to ;.;ivo «jood results lor live yean-. From observations .Mr Burke has found cattle improve in con dition when ted on it, and take to it readily, though its milk producing qua litie> a)" not equal to inai/.o or lucerno. Pips rat the stalks naddy and they fat ten well when it is ^iven ...
Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 April 1914
Bowling. A team ol llirce or four- rinks from the local club will play the City Bowling club at Hallarat to-morrow. The following players ate requested to go:—Messrs K. Bennett, E. I-I. Chalmers, A. Cleary, T. CofTey, J. E. Cowling, T. Ellis, A. II. Grosr, Jas Harris, A. Johnson, J. Nedwcll, J. Oxlcy, J. Richards, W. It. White, W. Winter, and Rev. G. W. Harrison. I
A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 April 1914
A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. IIow Some Sccitrcd Succcss. 4'Bccomc a Patentee." 1. &lt;-iiltivate iiinl perfect your idea* i as to improvements am! inventions! Kxperinieiit. The world is eager for | something new, whieh, ln.wi'wr .■sim ple it may lie, will save labor, or ex-j pense, or do thiu^> better. Let it lie' more convenient, or promote pleasure or safety, or &lt;!n away with faults, or reduce waste. The person who -jets public o|ti11i&lt;>i) nf mii'h an invention is on , the roa.l to wealth. lie will cease to be a servant; he becomes a' proprietor. i I'eojile who handle tilings in every • day use are the natural inventors of better things, and tin- natural capital ists of to-morrow. 2. .Study the subject of patenting. Head the splendid advice that Kdison gives. Loam the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries,—then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. if that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 April 1914
s BALLS BALLS RALLS 11 ;i i t It: V .MAN'l'l'ACTI'liKIl MATKUIAL AXO FROM Sl'I'.CIAIJ.V Si-LKCTL'/I) KIT'I'KH WITH fcsWI- QUALITY I'.liAUDl'.liS. KHICUERS wiiiu- null, Itlm- I ,i tii't), ■&lt;■/-. I>mi|;;vvi'i', JERSEYS, Woollen, all colors. I'lain (Colors or Hoop*, front «V&lt;» «a. Sii-h&lt;M or V s, from •!/• i-nch. Vertical Stripes, from 4/- onoh. STOCKINGS— All colors and designs, Ymil!)!•>' Si/r.-;, I/,".. Men's Si^.-s 1/0. CAPS. I'lain I'nim ,,i ijuaitgll, lid., 9(1., :iinl I/-. si>i[>•■ • I. I/;:. TOOTEALIi BOOTS. 1:«\- ('nil'. IJIi.cl; Tom, K:/(i. I';illv ,\|.. Willi t>r without h^^ls, 13/fi llt,v i. ;iIr, I'.lork Tm's, rvith Anklo str:i]iv, I " Inoini' Sixvrr, 1 l/li. FOOTBALL STOPS. l.i Mlhrr, wit h .Screw?, l"l. doz. I.r:ithrr with N:tiW, lid. dn/.. I'r.Mi's, i/n. l'/-. and •!/-. AhAITKI.'S. l',ir ronvpitiii£ fyclo I'mnp to l*....tl.:ill 1'iimp. -til. r.MI'll.'K.'S WII1STLKS, I/-, J/3, "'I l/': ANKI.i: STKAI'.s. 1/. l/ii, l/P, an.I ...
AMERICA AND MEXICO AT WAR. VERA CRUZ SEIZED. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 April 1914
AMERICA AFJO MEXICO AT WAR. ? VKRA CKUZ Slil/ICI). The United State:; liau taken the first serious step towards compelling recognition uf its demands lur atl apology by Piovisioiul President iluerta, of Mexico. Vera Cruz, the leading poll uf Mcxico, was captured on Tuesday by an American lauding forcc after an exchange of shots. Reliable estimates of the casualties during the brief fighting are impossible to obtain, but reports received up to a late hour on Tuesday tend to show that 50 American:', were wounded, and that 200 Mexicans were hilled. United States does nut intend to lake further offensive steps at Vera Cruz lor the present, unless she is forced to do so. Crowds thronged the strcet.'i uf Washington until a late hour on Tuesday, cheering for the American success at Vera Cruz. President Wilson is conferring frequently with the members of the Cabinet, and with his naval and mili tary advisers. He thinks that war may still be averted, and with that purpose, lie will act slowl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 April 1914
SOROSES SKIN FOOD. Every woman who wishes to appear her best should use Soroses for the Skin. Soroses Skin Food is freshening, softening and beautifying. Pirnples, Freckles, Wrinkles, Sunburn and Sallowness disappear like magic. Price 2s Gd. Obtainable from Miss M. Wall, General Draper, Creswick.
FURTHER HOSTILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 April 1914
I'URTIIHR HOSTILITIES. The inhabitants of Vera Cruz Ikivc had another experience of the grim reality of war. As llie Mexican sharp shooters continued lo snipe the American soldiers from the security of house tops a general bombardment of the lower end of tlit: town with big mms was ordered. The bombardment was brief, but effective. One after another the bouses along the sea front were tumbled into ruins, burying the sharpshooters in the debris. Large reinforcements have been landed from the warships. Owing to the failure of the electric power station the town was in complete darkness on Tuesday night. I'atrols of W'uejjckuts are stationed in all the streets, and a good deal of desultory fighting has taken place. The bombardment caused a panic in the llie town, but everything is now quiet. Many dead bodies are lying about the stacets. Kiar Admiral Metcher has issued a proclamation confirming the civil authorities in their j ositions, and asking their co-operation in restoring order. ...
SOIL PROBLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 April 1914
SOIL PROBLEMS. Scientists have viewed tho proportion of tho soil from many standpoints. Ai ono "lime it/ was thought tlint the solu tion »i*the fertilising jiroblew won.d be fouiid by the return to tho soil of tin? principal fertilising ingredients extract ed by the crop. This seemed simpio enough, but unfortunately had to bo abandoned as unsatisfactory, as it life out of account tho complex nature oi tho soil and the chemical, biological, and physical agencies, wJiioh all exert influences of a more or lew important character. Of lato years tlie.se obscure agencies havo received moro attention, and tho importance of further investi gation .seem to be well warranted. Their study hak beoomo an established and well recognised part of tho soil prob lem. /factorial activities have, under tho light of nuMleni science, boon .shown to exert n great inllnenio in soil pro ductiveness, tho kinds ;m«l abundantv of the buoUna carrying in the nine Hons of iertiJity according to tho sun ability of...
FEDERAL LAND TAX. EFFECT OF THE TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 April 1914
FEDERAL LAND TAX. KKI-'RCT OIj" TUK TAX. That the operation of ihu Federal land tax is having the effect of in ducing lar^e property owners to sub divide their entitles is evidenced by the (jet that the assessments 'or Ihe current financial year are fewer in number thai) last year, and the amount o( tax levied considerably less. A statement made available by the Land Tax Commissioner (Mr 6. A. M'Kay) shows that altogether 13,S'J returns have been assessed for a tax of £-•17,1)57. Compared with last year's figures, the tax for njlj M is approxi mately £\75,000 less, but it is ex plained that the department's valua tions have, in a majority of cases, to be applied to the values returned by owners for the current year. Ad ditional assessments in other Slates also have to be taken into account. Mr M'Kay states, however, that an analysis of the return:; received points lo the conclusion that the process of breaking up lar^e estates (the main intention of the act) has operated during the ...
COMPULSORY SERVICE. SIR IAN HAMILTON'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 April 1914
COMPULSORY SEKViCE. SIR IAN HAMILTON'S VlliWS. I Sic Jan I la mil ton, Inspector-General of the Oversea Forces of (he Empire, e(t 011 Wednesday morning for New Zealand 1 iy the steamer Mocraki. During the course of a final interview lie remarked that when commenting 011 what lie had seen in Australia he had been careful to avoid Riving away matters which lie must reserve for the Minister of Defence. He could say, however, (hat the young troops of the Cominomvcalih lacked age and experi ence, and not until 1920 would they he seasoned material, lie had seen nn lack of discipline during the, whole of his inspections. Remarkable pro press had been made with the Kitchener scheme, and that implied loyally in a'l these who were wedded to the old system as well as enthusiasm in those who embarked 011 the new. The fact that he was quite cleat in his own mind against the adoption of adult compulsory service in Great Britain should lend force to his opinion that compulsory service was the only...
PREVENTION OF MILK FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 April 1914
PREVENTION OF MILK FEVER. 1'*r* 'jiit'iit milking, but only a littlu at a time, is tound one of the best pre ventives, ami (or this reason leaving iJjo &lt;»all with ihc row (some wy ior 1M hour*; but for a week is bettor) is generally sueeossful. As gross lood ers, good doers, ami heavy milkers aro iinui.' liablo, it is a good plan to take ilu>o n(l' gnyjn feod, anil put on a span? iliit ol dry fodder a week btfoi*• calving. About three or four days he lore ealving a purgative is advisable. Kor this. glaubor .salts, Jo/.. gin ger, and a little treacle, in a &lt;juari ol water, will bo found «ffeetivo. Aa the aeeeptvd nuiv by means of pure air pumped into the udder seenn to point to the laet that an anaerobic (without air) baeieria i- the eau>e, it is advis aid- 011 111 i^ and other grounds to vig •rously disinleet iloor and walls ol byres, ru;;\ utensils, ote., and ihiidi mil lb" e >u , A milk-lever outfit should always |„- kept, so that pinv air ran be pum...
DITCHING WITH DYNAMITE. AN AMERICAN PLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 April 1914
DITCHING WITH DYNAMITE. A.N AUKKKJAN PLAN. A grout duil is being said nowaday, about ditching with dynamic, .says H. H. Honebriijht, in a recent number of '•Farm, Stock and Uoiuo," an Ameri can tanner's paper. In nearly ovor\l , case tho cheapness of the ditches and i the case with which the work is aecoin pli-ht-si are .strongly emphasised. In general, ditching with dynamito eheap, it is quick. and in nearly all riM's it is satstactary. However, it one wishes to lay tilo in tho ditch afler it is dug, dynamito should not be n?-cd. Too much of tho dirt is blown a long distance lroni t-lio ditch. and mi scat tered that it cannot be gathend up nd idled into the ditch. HOW m Gu AHOUT IT. ft' an open ditch of any considerable si?.o is de.siivd, the prwc.^s 01 digging i;, with dynamito is about as lol|ow>:— I'ir-t. iho location of tho ditch is d&lt; t'-j^nincd either by the llow oi flood water, or by .someone who understands tin? uso of tho surveyor's level. li the ground is ve...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 April 1914
WOMEN'S INTERESTS (,Hv 'Ainl>ro>m&lt;\") ..iu»lc UhiUItU' -UU.-> Vim \S fil »>«•' Mirpl'IseU to --re lion the Utile l'J.v''u coat is viwi&lt;,n^ tmek ui Uisuiun. iiil* ilisiead oi it heing rut i ii just al the Waist U l> (.KVrivU V\uli U U Mo tliap^l .-ash, and I'i'jiiu n on iho >J;irt comes what call ciiher a pr^iaim or tunic, ll vnii near the -uiiL indoor* with •* lilnu.su iho 11iI dot* uuty in puli illg til*j COM Ulile tog-viler. i iH'i'f i> doubt t lull ' Uie.iO litt'c iailriu-. v «ill iiuk1&lt; 1 smart, ami :nr i\ ; -a>n iuin,»"":S uiad^ up in glace mik.-, tliey will he mi liion-eh popular, lor sou an easily when Unving iu;ii' some lonu ol .wap which cover.-, i!u- c!!in\ custunie. :»nu wnu-li keep* \(>u u;ii':u and iio1 ol diisi. Hm 1 mink ;he bolero rojuue^ a slim. giiiiMi hguiv; yon niti.-i b* -ligov twis.\iwre in \uar b«» trwng a gal naiU. Voii V iJo )}!."]> JJ'«'Jn 't lielow Uie ttiuvi. I hi-. ligur«. eiit l" twain. ...