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Postal Information Letters [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

Postal Information 3t Letters Commonwealth, New Zealand, Fiji, New JJf-ljrid. A, liriti.sh Solarium Islands, per J 1,7. - . i,j United Kingdom anil British Pos session.", (XT f oz - . ]d Other Countries, per } oz . 8JJ Letter Cards Commonwealth, New Zealand,Fiji, New Hebrides, British Solo mon Islands - . Post Cards. Commonwealth, New Zealand Fiji. New Hebrides, Uritisli Solomon Islands . United Kingdom . 1,1 Reply 2d Other Countries . -lid lieply - - - ,;id Commercial Papers Commonwealth, every 2 oz up' - 5 II) - - -Id United Kingdom and other Coun tries, 2 oz. ;id; 4 ox, 3jd; 6 oz •Id; 8 oz, -IJd; III oz, Hd. Each additional 1: oz up to Ti 111 - ]d Circulars and Printed Matter Only. Commonwealth, New Zealand, Fiji, New Hebrides, Uritisli Solomon Islands Kwry ~ 07. up (o f» Ih - Ad United Kingdom I'-V'-ry <iz up tof, II. . ^ Postal Notes. Newspapers. From Publisher? or Newsagents HO 07. - - -Id Other Newspapers, within the Commonwealth 10 oz Jd United Kingdom K oz or und...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

VICTORIA INSURANCE COY. LTD. Market Street, Melbourne. Chairmnn—Hon. Edward Millar. Fire, Marine, Accident, Workmen's Compensation, Live Stock ontl Gunranto Insurance Busines Con ducted. JAMES J HAVERTY, Socretary. ■ Afjcnt:—VV. P. Northcott. Established 18M, 3. BR5K&S3EN and SOWS | GENERAL STOKEKEEPERS 1IIGII ST., KINGSTON. Market Rates for Dairy Produce. Agents for New Zealand Fire arfl | Marine Insurance Co. Riakf taken at Lowest Kate*. AMERICAN MOTEL. C.T.A.' HOUSE, OPPOSITE POST OFFICII, ALBERT - STREET. Terms Strictly Modorate. Cabi-Mcot All Tn.in, T.-lrphww, 11. PUBLIC Directory on hand ; also Bradshaw's Railway Guide. T. HAINES, Proprietor. THE RECOGNISED COMMERCIAL house. BRITISH HOTEL, ALBERT STREET, CRESWICK. A FlNi: Ul'-TO-lVVn: HOSTFU'.Y, Containing- Splendid Accommodation for Traveller* and Other*. Only the Best of Ab-s, Wine* and Spirits Supplied. First-class Menu. Cabs m^et. every train. Free Stabling. II. IRESON. Proprietor. Swanston Family Hotel, SWANSTON S...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

(J1RI/S HANDS AND FKET COVKRED WITH CHILHLAINS. "SHI'- WOULD CRY FOR FIOURS WITH TUB I'A IN'." RKXONA QUICKLY CURKS. " My little girl Ruby had her (Vet and hands covered with chilblains for weeks. There wcif bi^ blistersall over her fret. The poor child nan! to cry for bourn with tie* pain. She could not Imt her boots on," writes Mrs Jan** Reifl'ol, £5 Huinirray-street, Hallarat Vic. " I tried nil ;;orts of ointments to makfl thorn heal, but. they seemed to he getting One day I was recom mended to try Rexona on thorn. I got a tin, and put a little on her hands and feet, and Ruby said 'Oh, mum, that, is nice; it takes all the pain and burn ing feeling away.' After live applica tions the chilblain* simply died away, and now she can wear her hoots. The poor little girl is so pleased 'o be cured. " No one known what chilblains are till they gel them; they are worse than burns. Now 1 have found 'i cure and shall always keep a tin of Rexona in the house, for it is a splendid remedy." Pric...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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POULTRY [?] [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

POULTRY PIGiCiMGS. vi-'-.v m. the r <:•. n: ( .vm;>] i'.iUow Show • n Liii'l'o;, ji w.i.s t i.ijoi* jt tha. Iii',; etit.T-, lli'.- ihv.i. the entranc1 i.-. JU.-iiii.i »h<» Jifjj laying ;.u i :;g th»';iclinn <>t i;.o egg rolling (low;) rife- > 1 ! i •' C'l;' • < i • ■ < ► r Jill'l l!)f> r.vii To.• ii, ,i iv iJirn i'rt-o in walk out. When <: i v hon I'-nve . tii-j lirv\l iit-i- ;11• t ii>>; in -[fin;; so ehv.c* \)v «'xil door ami ;i> s.una timn op'-n ')>♦• leaving Iho iif> iH">r tin- no:*:. hinl to enl.r. Tie working <if tin* l»>s ts r j: i i;;nuonut»f» •>!u ui'l i ho !i n nm ln.y , n egg .sho ' frio to walk <»:11 tin- \v;«y .*.hv onion <1 r. ithoiit being ir.tppc<l. Such i-; ihi di":.es ipt ion, hut at. ihi.< dimmer nv what happens it" two or more lun: crowd in at ouco? In order to tcv. tin- enting capacity of ox of tin; average ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIFLES FOR ULSTER. SEVENTY THOUSAND LANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

RIFLES FOR ULSTER. SEVIiNTY THOUSAND L/\ 1ST I} 10 U. The eflorts fur months past by the authoiities to stop :;uiMunnm:; in Ulster have been reduced t<> a nullity. l)unng Friday ni^iit, yo/jo'i rifles were landed from the mysterious steamer Fanny, whose movements since she left Hamburg with a suspect ed cargo h id been watched closely, while the civil authoiiiies lojked on helplessly. The Kxehange Telegraph Company's Ilelfast coirespundent says thai tlij Fanny's comignment w i'i latid-'d irj three lots at I,one, Il.mgor, and Donaghudee laic on Friday night, and diil i dulled early on S.iUnday Ihruui;h out Ulster. A cordnn of volunteers severed I/une from communication with the outside world, and the futlher pre caution was taken of transferrin!! the nfles from the Fanny to another steamer at sea, and again tranship ping thi-111 into two t?ui illcr vessels. One of these containing nine tenths of the nfies proceeded to Lame, where the police were powerless, and being una...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

WOMEN'S INTE&EST5. (By "Aniliro-inr».>') Jtodices remain something «f the kimono jdill. ^ Incited, th* Japane*® olftincnt is *»till very strong on our slay, and one se;\s them not only on dressmakers' dresser., but on "tailor madeV at tho backs of coats — tho b:rg-- obi voni at tho back by ail Japanrso ladies, and in front by tho lit; einafinj; goisha.s. Kor afternoon dresses tho .Japanese ncelc is worn. It lias a turnover band, which stands a little way from tho neck, and is usu ally made* of ."ome colour which tones with tho costum-. Inside this you generally seo a dr/ip:d net fichu. Tho throat and upper portion of the client an? worn nu naturol. We have got us<d Jo this, and haw agn-.d l liar \\ j, very hfcommg. When it gee*. I «!;■ iv-uy \vw F-ha.ll bo juM in love wii.it (.'<i»■ i ring up our rucks. "Wal.-d coat> mv moiM and more fashionable, and 1 think while* you have warm wea ther you would Jind a stti .silk or ik-;, waist r-oaL charming un...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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CRESWICK v. CLUNES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

(JRKSWICK v. CLUNKS. Tlic Creswick clnl' received a visil from till; Climes players yesterday afternoon, but Hit: match was spoilt by rain before half of the number of ends were played. Up to the time the game wis abandoned, the totais were:—Creswick, 35; Chines, 21. The president of the local club (Cr North colt) proposed the lieilth of the visitors, thetoist bei'ii,; responded to by Cr Turnbull, of Cluius Subse ipi.'nlly Mayo: Norlbcott entertained the visitors in Ins room al the town hall, when thu health ol the tiuyot of Clunes (Cr Phillips), one ol its leading bowlers, was proposed and drunk with musical honors. The toast was supported by Cr Tail, and re sponded to by Cr Phillips. The health of the mayor of Creswick having been proposed and drunk, the proceedings closed. The scores up to the tin;; ihe match was abandon ed were as utidei:— Cr.i.sv.-u;K. Johnson, Northcolt, Tail, Cusliing 12 Cleat y, Nedwcll, Harris, Winter... 14 Oxley, Clumbers, Cowiing, Grosj 1; Total ... 35 Cl...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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CAUSE OF SOIL SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

CAUSE OF SOIL SICKNESS. Aii interest in* a"1' in'';ll,:\ivpl,;l.l''!r ' on tli* above subject by l>r. -I l.;• ■ , soli, director ot thp ;N> i motal Station, and ilr- }\ao^ie'tv ' of was delivered botore t!>' Chcroienl Industry recently. The lyP'-r | described how sin accident han siioi n , that with the partial sterilisation ItowU it WHS able to absorb ;.*y<jei| ; vcrv much more rapidly than iiiiue.itcd loit Owing to the known to exist between the power of oxvsien absorption of a sod and nroiUicUvity. it was tliou^t probable that such partially sterilised so>l» wonl.l bo more productive tlian untreat d - and pot experiments provid _tli.it thi. was the case., At this stage m the rt search it was found that the conclusion „«s not novel, the discovery bavin? been made accidentally m . AK;UI eonlirined i» » laboratory As a result of a long «"«s xu^:'';V,, j tions carried out . at Rotham.to. tlu. | following proposition.! nad been , itelv established:— l" t'artial ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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THE TYROLEAN FRUIT CASE. A GERMAN METHOD OF PACKING APPLES. About the 11th October last, a cablegram apeared in the daily press which read as follows:— AUSTRALIAN FRUIT. German Market. Packing Methods Criticised. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

I ! THE: TYROLEAN FI1U1T CASE. \ (ll'.li.MA.N .MIO'I'IIDII HI'' I'AI'KIXi; AIT1,ES. U\ .1. ti. 'I'urtu'r (Chun Ujiiivr), in ••.lourniil ot Aj/HouJ tlll'O." A'lout t!h' lllh Ortoli^r hist, a .'.r.nn in Uk- d.tilv i<iv— wliuh iv;ul a> follow >: - A L'STffAJjIAN I Kl IT. (icrmjin .M ti lvv-t. M«-l hodt ('fit us - •-(!. U»-»T ik'UOOH, of H'T'lU, l\\ i\ V' j:jrt to the CoinnHinwMtlih Govern ni(->nl', fctatfs that ilm importaiion ai Au-.tr;i!ian apples and p'-nr* inio (Vnnaiiy is «witly piojiulietd, It* c;,nsl( x\w Fruit i« Vron-ly p;<cko<l. Merchants wlio re-pack the Irtiii in si looser and inuir attractive wmt wi'vo m«kiit«^ -*> jut jwldi tionul profit oi\'ing to Uu» ultem tioti.. TJio fruit marketed in GV many,. iVrapidly «xlAnding, and is buy«ra from llufe«iaf •scituuiiuivin, nnd adjncont ooun li'K\s. lion- jiouoch oftVr.i to ior uard Muuplo ciifioa to Australia p.a'ucd in tin) (JoMnaii »tyk*, .should tiie I run-"rower* ^ I aiau-o.atoly atU...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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CRESWICK CENTRAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

CKKSWICK CKN'TKAI. .SCI1001. At the Creswick Ceotral School, No 122, on Kriil.iy last, speci.il re ference to events connected with the discuvcry and e.v.|>le>i.ilioii of Australia was made during tin: afternoon uy tlic class li.':ichcio. In addition, the head teacher (Mr J Cowling) gave a lecturcttc, first to the 3rd ar.d .jth grades, and afterwards to the 5th, O'.h, 7th and 8th grades, on the expedition of Major Mitchell in iS.j'i A large blackboard map of Victoria, indicat ing the route lukVn and all the places named by the major, was used, the children taking great interest in the subject. Some good essays 011 Australiau discovery were written by pupils o( the various grades. NORTH CRICSWICIv SCHOOL The programme laid down by the Education department was carried out on Friday last at the North Creswick Slate school. An address suited to the occasion was given by the head teacher (Mr A. Cleary), after which Mr J. Hill, .1 visitor from Melbourne, read the essays that had bee...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISCOVERY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

DISCOVERY DAY. I'riday last was thu day set apart lor llic celebration in Stale schools of Discovery Day, which was observed in the various schools of the district.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

OBITUARY. * The liuicr.il o I the I.Uc Mis l,cnthall, stur., uf Gully, (Jirawick, took place on I'riday after noun at the Ocswick cemetery, and was largely ; ttlended. The iciitaiu were brought from Melbourne liy tiain. The collin bearers wore:— Messrs 'I'.' Cusliinj;, W. Wood, 1'. IJavey, Jas. Smith, D. McDonald and 1. Ryan. The pall hearers were:— The mayor (Cr \V. P. Northcott), ami Messrs G. Tail, J. Slattery, M. Smith, A. Wade, 15. MofTat. The K'uv. Father Walsh officiated at the grave side. Messrs A. l'asco and Sons were the undertakes. Mrs 1'resser, senr., an old and much rcspectcd resident of Nuivlyn, died on Saturday last, and for the bereaved family—there bein^ six ^rowi) up children—i;: ncli sympathy will he felt. The funeral took place on Mon day (yesterday) afternoon, at the Mounl 1'iospcct cemetery, and was largely attended. The collin bearers were Messrs C., II., G. and R. I'res ser (sous of deceased), W. Bullet) and 1,. Stephens. I'all bearers: — Messrs \V., C. and J...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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SPORTING NOTES. Bowling. CRESWICK v. BALLARAT CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

SPORTING NOTES. Bowling. CKUSW10K v. HAliliAUAT CI'I'V. The return match between tiic above clubs took place on tlio City (jrcuii on Saturday afternoon, and resulted in an easy win for the liomc team, 1 he green was Imavy after the rain winch fell during the week. Creswick did not take in a full team, hut securcd two substitutes. Two of the visiting (ours were badly beaten, but the third (A. li. Grose, captain) had a good win. The full scores were 76 to 5; in City's favor, Creswick bjiiif; z.| down. The visitors were hospitably entertained. Scores:— li.M.I.AKAT ClTV. Carden, McKen/.ie, Bull, Douglas in I'ereni, Vernon, lioliter, Wcsth ... .>.> Chalmers, Eastwood, Ilalliwell, Andrews ,;j Total '/(> Ckkswick. Hamilton (sub ), Ellis, lietinclt, • Grose 32 Oxley, Nudwell, Chalmers, Winter 7 Cowling, Harrison, junr., Whair (sub.), Rev. Harrison 13 Total

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SPRING HILL MINING LEADS. GEOLOGICAL SURVEYOR'S REPORT. FAVORABLE TO BORING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

SPRING HILL MINING LEADS. .!. — GEOLOGICAL SURVEYOR'S RISl'ORT. FAVORABLE TO BORING. Witt) the mining industry languish ing throughout the whole of the district, and il being felt that there were yet many places where payable gold could be obtained, efforts have (roai time to time been made to turn attention to these areas, but without success. In response to a request from the residents of Allendale district, nearly three years ago, Mr VV. I5arag wanatli, geological surveyor, was sent by the Department of Mines to report on the .Spring Hill leads. That officer made the report and lurnished it to the department, but the public meeting at Allendale could not obtain a copy of it. Sir Alexander I'cacock made representations to the Minister of Mines in the matter, and oii the lalter's visit to Creswick he was taken to Allendale in order that Mr D. McGrath, J.I', chairman of the meet ing, might interview him regarding the furnishing of the report. Mr Brown agreed that iJiil; he done, and...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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OF RURAL [?] [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

| OF RURAL INTERE*"*' j (JJj "ItUdtiCllS. ") There is wvory reason to comment j tho desire of tiio oi Aj.;r.cui- | turo U> increase tho yu>M oi j wheat in Victoria. It iia-> ah<'ady' been hhown thai the adaption ot pro- \ per methods i.i iho way of imiKa iuiou | would add immensely lt> tho annua) yield ot wheal, and, incidentally, n.j ilio wealth ol tlic* b>ult.« as a whoie, j Tim Government Mau>i/s ivun.. show that tho maximum yield \*.i^ t obtained iii tho Couniy of iionin-;, whore an average oi lb lo bushels w;i:i harvested. Tho Minister oi Agneul-1 ture tMr. Uule.hinsun) attribute.-* tins . to the fuel that tno i armors in thai ] district lmvo always been to tho Ironi. i in adopting up-to-<l«to method < of cul tivation, and in following the teach ing* of tho Agricultural ikpartraeni a- | regard* manuring, fallowing, and thor ough cultivation as a pr. para;inn m tiio land for wheat. (Ilau-uoiic Oiiuuy \va.- hi'LMUil on tho ii.-i ...

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SOCIAL NOTES. WILLIAMS—NELSON WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

SOCIAL NOTES. ,u WILLIAMS—N1SLS0N WKDDINU. "Humming lice" wiites in the "Clunc'j Gu.mlian" as follows:—" St. 1'aul's Church was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Tuesday afternoon, r.)th iust., the contracting patties being Mr Charles Williams, eldest sou of Mr and Mrs Albert Williams, of "Mooroolcylc," Newtown, Gcelong (late of " Willow Grove," Moorookyle), and Miss Daisy Phyllis Nelson, fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Nelson, of Smeaton road, dunes. The church was tastefully decorated, and there was a large attendance. The Rev F. T. C. Reynolds conducted the service, which was full choral. The bride, who looked charming in white duchess satin, trimmed with maltese lace and pearls, with veil atij wreath of orange blossom, was given away by her falher. llcr bridesmaids wen: Miss M. Nelson (sister of bride), who was attired in cream pailetta silk, trimmed willi maltesc lace and scud pearls, mob cap, with wreath ol tiny pink roses, and Miss Minnie Williams (sister of bridegro...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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NUT BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

NUT BUTTER. The increasing popularity of butter mode from vegetable oil is a matter ot Bullous interest to colonials, who have built up a huge butter trad-'. Some ten years ago (says thy "Standard"), attempt*; woro mndo to introduce vege table oiU in tisi) manufacture of mar garine, only animal lats having been previously employed. .Sirir^o then j;r<-ai advances have been mado, and in tltn manufacture oi margarine chemistry hus achioved on© of its triumpii.s. To day nut butter is ono ui the otiiplo articles of i'ood for the masses. At lirst cocoanui oil only was u.sed in 1 Us manu facture, but many other .substances urn now employed, such as ground nut- oil, und palm kernel oil. To make all ihe.v oils a perfect basis, they aro treated with a light alkaline Mention, which absorbs all free iatty acids in them, making the oil neutral. A iter tins certain remaining volatJo olemonts, which would tend lo produce rancidity «nd au unpleasant, flavor, ar<* £Ot rid of l»...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

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DAY IN A BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914

DAY IN A 13UTTER FACTORY. I (liy Lilt'lo.) l-ayli;Jtt is lilu.rii'f; through tIn* win ilmvs cii (bo "li.iU'h" iv in.'it I In,* siiouct* is luokon l\v U»> whirring ol ;ui ahum clook. The. engineer, ultu.^o clock i i.n, bestir* liiiiiM.I)", nml I ioilow hmi across tiir strotcri\ <»i ground that m'|> aratr, tho bacln-iors' (piattera irom t Im lad,uy. Wo utter ihe en;;inerooin, ami whilo h© is bu*v with vho tfas |ti\,linear and en«;ino J glance around. lOv< i-ythint; is :-pick ami span. AJonp; llr.' length oi the room nro rangid #».i engine, .steam online, ami two iei'ri(4"r jiLois. Tho adjoining; room hou>'\i lh«> j;a • producer pjuitl ami tho sleuin boih'i'. 'J ho i nginoer ha* finished Iho lan, ami after l^ivin^ the engine * J'.mv tv\uintioiiM wiili Urn ind of ct>m ji' »I air, it, is j-oon running steadily j villi \'nr In a l:i.th> whilo tho j t o; i i;;t ;nv spinning monby. I Tin day'.-, w«,rk )i..s b^uu. 1 icavo I 1 ;;.i- '■i"Xin-'.v to it, a...

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