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WHY MEN DO NOT MARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914
WHY MEN DO NOT MARRY. Among tho many bright features ol | the "Strand" is a symposium on the abovo subject. Tho contributors are ; mostly, ii" no nil, married, This on tho principle, presumably, that "look- i cr* &lt;m sec most of tho game." Ther© i aro male contributors, including Canon llorsloy and Arthur Bourchier, but I give place to the opinions of Madame Clara Butt and Mrs. C. N. William son, both of whom aro happily married. "To a very largo extent." writes Mad ame Butt* "1 think tho decline in the marriage rate is due to tho differ ent .standpoint the younger generation take of life as compared with tho standpoint of their grandfathers and grandmothers. The younger genera tion havo larger ideas, more ambitious ambition* tluin were those with which their fathers and mothers started life, 44When they think of tho striigglos their fathers havo told them about their early married life, how tlKy pinched and saved and ecrcwed, and denied themselves almostthe ordinary neces...
FARM HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914
FARM HANDS. Ai a meeting of the Corrabio braiiou ui ih* Ninth Australian Ktir&lt;\iu &lt;>• Aificiflt Kic, .i!r. Y. It. U«Mort ua ■> • i pnpkT, in wlurh he t.aid :— "In a di.striet Jik^ our own il J.-, in tli - awrn^o season, diiiiouJt to ob tain :&lt;uji;iI)l«.> !•.»»" Ai an avel'a^o Ijul 1 .1 Mi 5uri> ih'H will; attention lo lilt- Wellaio ui 11) i >m > Ue iinploy \m« will not only keep tho j;ood t inplo\eos wo ha\«.-, l/iii v. ill m iiinv lu\o a Iji^^- i .-.ujiply. Mi v u ih>'Uj;h we may not havo a .anphu ui nx'ii, cannot be t*n> pnrtKMiar «'l those employ. Il wo only vtnjtiitv t iibe*t, then uulv ill ' h-'M, ituii r.:!( apply for employment, in my mind the miui we want i.> ho who wui l;.s, nut merely ior the .sake oi' earn in;/, a living, bu: who has lor liis ob i thai oi ultimately becoming an em ployer Tins ela^ oi mail is Hi*- ideal. i)'-• tak'.s nioic ijjlei'e«t in hi, w.iil; and in doinj; it well, and :-ltov. , iiiurf ci'it-...
SULPHUR AND LIME. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914
SULPHUR AND LIME. Tho effect of sulphur uikI Iittio upon disease^ of corcals and roots was referr ed to in a" paper b.v Walter E. Col lingo before tlio British Association for tlio Advancement of .Science. In Warwickshire, in 190C, ho ;saitl his attention was directed to" sonic 40 or 50 ~:io.-es of wheat attacked by a dis«i.-io' locally known as "may-sick." 3n various parts of tho field,, either ill largo circular patches or in stragg ling lines, tho .wheat plants wero tinn ing, yollow in the leaf, aud had at tained a height only .about half of that of tho uou-disoased plants.. Later in tho season tlio plants had a soorchcd appearance, very little growth took place, thoy, never dovolojiod oars, and were of little uso as ttraw. Oilier ■ crops, including potatoes and mangolds, wero attacked in a similar maunor. lixperiiuonts with varying quantitios of sulphur, and limo and sulphur show ed that sulphur sown iu' tlio autumn for spring sowings, or in tho spring lor autumn sowings, at the...
PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 28 April 1914
PRiiFZirtV SA1-S3. ■ ■I MessrsJohn T. Sloan and Co will &nbsp; hold a clearing sale of freehold property on Wednesday (to-morrow) afternoon, at 2 o'clock in the estate of the late &nbsp; David G. Mann, of Melbourne road, Creswick, the property having to be disposed of to wind up the estate. The &nbsp; first lot consists of allotment of land, on which is situated a seven-roomed weatherboard residence, suitable for removal. The second and third lots are two freehold allotments, containing &nbsp; &nbsp; 1 acre 20 perches. In addition there will be offered a draught horse, two &nbsp; &nbsp; drays, chaffcutter and a quantity of household furniture and effects. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
THE SPRING HILL MINING LEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914
THE 8PRINB HILL MINING LEADS. [ —- . Iii out- last issue wc published a report liy Mr W, Baragwanath, Gov ernment geological surveyor, ou the Spring I t ill mining leads. The report was dated 2.|tli August, lyii, mid was made iu response to a request to the Mines Department from a ' public meeting at Allendale. A difficulty was experienced in getting the report sup plied, and dealing with the matter the "Courier" has an article, which we publish below:— An interesting sidelight ou depart mental methods is furnished in cou ocetion with the publication of the report of Mr W. Baragwanath ou the Allendale goldfield. The report hears the date o( 24th August, 191 r, and was made available last Saturday, and published in Monday's issue ol the "Courier." Nearly three years have elapsed since Mr Baragwanath made his inspection of the Allendale gold. field and furnished his report to the department, and it is only at this juncture that the documeut sees the light of day. And the fact that it ...
BALLARAT PIG MARKET Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914
BALjAKAT I'lG MARKET Wednesday. Coghlui, Boax and Co. report:— ' Guoil sttiplies again cauic forward for to-day's market, comprising principally baconer: and young pigs. Very few forward stores and porkers being penned. A full attcudancc of the curers wis present, but only it small number of the trade. Baconers: The yarding as regards quality was no equal tolast week's market, still coin petition was keen and prices were firm. pens, .£3 18/ lo ,£4 :/6 to £-\ 3/61 it which prices we sold for ;&lt;j vendors; extra i.| at an average uf i'l Ah fc Mr l'ctrie; £.\ 4/6 for Mr Jno. l)ug;an, .1; £.\ 5/, Messrs 1'ogarty Jlros, 3;/.| 0/6, Mr Johnson, £.\ 7/, for Mr Ujcknian, whilst top mice of the inarltit, vi«., £■] 8/6, we also obtained for the same vendor; good pens, /*3io/ \.o lij to £3 J.|/6 to •*•3 17/, iicludinn a pen for Mr '1' Corey as K3 14/6; others from £3 to £3 8/. 5ork: Curers arc operating nn all best pns; best £2 5/ to £2 10/; a lew, to jfi 17/6; others from £,\ i&a...
WHY MEN DO NOT MARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914
WtiY MEW 00 NOT MARRY. Amoi-g the many bright features ot i'i>.• ".->;ruud" is a symposium on the above subject-. Tile contributors are mostly, if no nil, married, This on t!u» ]-nnciplo, presumably, that "look er* on seo most of iho game." There aru inalo contributors, including Canon llorsloy in til Arthur Uourchier, but I give place to tho opinions of Madame U'nra liatt and Aire. C. N. 'William son, bo:li of wham are happily married. •I'o a very largo extent," writes Mad ame ihitt. ,41 think tno deelino in tli" marriage rato in duo to the dilUr cni, .standpoint the younger generation tun-- «>f lift' ns compared with tho Multipoint of their grandfathers and grandmothers. The younger gcn«-ra ton have larger ideas, more ambition* ajtibiiinii.s than were iIiom.! with whica Hi-ir lath T:; and mothers :&lt; ! liu-. ••When th.y lliink ot the t! H"Ijuh.-rs liiHo told t h > tu &lt;arj\ jnarriid hit-, jioiv i&lt;; y pit.r'.i-d .Hid :v't d and :-civ>^l...
The Danger of Worms. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914
The Danger of Worms. .? Stomach and Ixitcntinal Woims are one of the mn^t common complaints throughout Australasia. Indi^eshon is a piinuty came, or tli&lt; y may U produced by Constipation, or through thtr tatim* of tainted food or fond im properly cooked. There is also the possibility of their introduction into the rys'crn in the form of cysts (if j'rmv: in fruit and meat, so that all ; rl "T "f th." community, iirespedive' of a"/\ :iic* liable tn this complaint. It, is not alone the irntatum and arnoy ance caused by those parasitical ani m.ils tint infest the stomach and bowels, but tin? more serious conse quences which follow that must be kept in vi-w. From the highly orga nised and sensitive parts which they occupy, Worms i»iv&lt;: rise to f»rcat constitution d derangement^, and pro duce a variety nf symptom'*, more particularly rilT-Ttin;; the stomach and 1). :«d. Many ca:-s "f (T&lt;»nvul\ion\, I'.pilep1 v, 11)si »-ri:t, Si. Vitus' l).»ucf, Mclanrhnjia...
MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914
MELBOURNE SHEEIJ MARKET Tuesday. iat sleep: j&.rjoo yarned. (Quo tations:— I'rime crossbred wethers, 23/ to 25/6; extra prime, 27/ lo ,2y/G; with a few to 35/: fjood, 201 to 22/3; seconds,17/ to 19/; inferior, to prime crossbred ewes, 2Cj to 22/; extra prijie, 23/ to 2f>/; odd beasts to 30/y; R°)d, 171 to 1 y/; seconds, 13/ to Drimc merino wethers, 20/ to 2.;/; Kiod, 1 -/6 lo 1S/3; prime merino fillers, 8/ft to 11/6. Hat lambs : 'ooo penned. Quotation;: — 1'riine, 14/y to 1 7/; extra prime, 17/fi to :o/; a few to 32/, and odd latnbs to ad/; (.;ocd, 12/(1 to 13/9; second:, iu/*> to 1 -/, iiferiur from &lt;j/.
OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914
OBSEii'^ATiOWS. Wli ii sou r. auivo \;,i;r .-.iwic.s j :;n&lt;I viu :, chaff or ulhor Jin. i | vit-- v.f Aw Jioo:\ ^;et busy with \':v- j d;i«:-p..n iiiKi broom. Your wife w;J. ■ppj\ciaU' vouv thou^htfulm.-:*-;. j ••J C.Jij'' i> a hustler, a man self-mode f Vino 11:1 ii. off job* guioro; 1 ' I (,'a;:V lights ilia pipe, cits down in tho shade, Ann bemoans tho fact that ho is poor. 11 yi>:: n»:tk« home pleasant for the , v'inUiiv^ with hooks and games Jind ;n oMM-n.'jiii], treat, you wilJ not bo >vm r:ni by tiicir being on the streets at ll^ht. Tho child who ic> not taught to sau jiU pennies will nover know the vahio oi a shilling. Jvoi tho boy havo a piece of ground of his own t!iis year to plant—b.-st way in tho world to make a farmer of him. liiVn him every cent, ho can produce from it. Snino people grumble b« vuu; o the iiKui :o rAiitc.-y )Fn't paved. Tiiv be.si-uatured and happiest i hil drt'u are those not surfeited with tors. The vital lorco lost during a li...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914
ThcSlnwcll Kaslcr Athletic Festival returned a nmftt cf .C.Viy, movt nf wlii&lt;:h will ho I'ivan to tin; chnritirn. Tlv receipts from the nuTtinp, were SKVKItK CASIO OF K'. 7,10 MA. CUltKl) I!V KKXONA. " I suir.'ml from Kczema on the hands and chest f*>r twelve months," writes Mrs Wilson, 12 Lewis-street, Kedfern. " The itch and puin on it was something cruel. 1 could not keep from I scratching it, and when I did it would ' bleed dreadfully. 1 could not sleep, for I the agony was unbearable. 1 tried ! many different ointments, also doctor's | medicin", which lie prescribed for me, hut without doing me one scrap of good. I happened tn hear of Uexona Ointment, and a^ it hud been recom mended tome I got a hoxand tried it, and it acted just like magic. After a few applications of Rexona Ointment the irritation seemed to decrease, and it whh wonderfully cooling; and then the | Kc/.ema scabs began to come off. This improvement kept up day by day till all tho scabs were gone an...
SMEATON STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914
SMEATON STOCK SALE. Coghlan, Boase and Co. report:— We held our fortnightly stock sale at our yards on Thursday, 13rd inst., when we yarded 57 cattle and 32 young pigs. There was a good atten dance of buyers, competition through out was keen, and prices advanced on last market rates. Fat cattle: Light weight bullocks arc scarce and all yarded met with keen competition. Best forward sold from £9 to /"8, small and light from / 7 to 15/ Fat heifers: A few prime to hand, lor which competition was brisk, one pen making ;£S; others from £7 to £7 12/6. Fat cows: Best to .£7 17/6 to £,1 to £6 10/; beefy sorts arc also in good demand, and, good prices arc being obtained. Store cattle: A short supply forward, aud with good rains we have strong cuquiriec. Competi tion for all classes was keen, and prices advanced on late quotations. Good store cows arc wanted, and sold from to £3 '2/6; beefy, to £4 12/6; old, from 25/ to 33/. Young belters in good condition met a ready sale, and sold in pens f...
HOW LOVE PASSED ME BY THE CONTESSIONS OF A BUSINESS WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914
wnw i nvf passed me by. mi: roxrks-stontt of a bukinkks wow a .v. ;»n- &lt;&lt;. !ru>-, but s:\i|.»&lt;; 1: s I br.\■ • niadr^ it an c:npl}^;' | I. - I :i::i j»: I l':»i!nr.-. j, i,;,s an U.*cu :&lt;» mnwc^ury. I ,1 U'-l "Ixvauj.o it bus bt'M» :&lt;o K } :'or i:.i 11> lot. «.() my ;;i rlh ool ^ J j h\y'r 1 a.n ;r«»ino;' t»i i.ikr xo &lt;!"- , iiirl-' hmv tn.'uvnid i ■ t.111'I■!''i "|loi liie mi I liii/ff luinl'l01' | it tliin tluit my Mil 1 |;.fi aoileV w»!b I•„>■>.. p«».ii>at.' :«l; r.,uV iA*'U>l:i tii.111 1:n 1 •:r* 1' A'-„ \ '.'.Ml'": 1 li'nf'>!!•'!!:--> ,1: r.,t .„v> l-'.i In tuTcr. N '• ho'mr ii'r\ «Y «&lt;«»*• ■» ' K rht'O-l r;or«* iutnrl'vic with ! '• , ;I v;'^ - &lt;1 would Iv- ivhI ii;:in |r,( ;.y any Ii n.hitt I ,^.r 13V oonsol/if rin-iu'i}»ntion. '' ::ii in mj luii,.. 1 «•« . ^ bunlix-sn cijilr;;-^. And r:^*n j.Vi,"; ».;y lirsr i-Vr :i • iii.:.:-' '-1" pm.xjuvtus oi' !ai^ stated Ww....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914
-'Sr. 0 1/ fl a H £3 7\ iiV , if#* sAls ape&fiM /•••••^ m 1 #;«tlr^ IV|oney taking Opportunities . , For You. . . IT'S BLANKET-TIME " GUSHI^G'S WE have again this Season entered into a verv satisfactory contract direct with the: Mills to take 200 Pair of Blankets, ami notwithstanding the increased price of Woollen Goods, we are in a position to ofler you better value than last season. ioo Pair Double Bed Blankets, 2 is. too Pair Double Bed Soft Woolly Blankets, 30s, ■ " THE HOUSE OF YALUK, " B C? IE& IE3 £-3 IECS ; * '■ H H iSHEaHHaBEIH INTERESTING ITEMS A11 A Crying Baby at a Public Moating is liko a Good Suggestion, It ought to bo carried out. Our Suggast on that yon corns and inspect our iintn^iiic assortment ot Fancy Goods, Toya, Books, &c. Ought to ba ]>r«j:j[ pjjitive th;it \vj are out after your trade, am! t>y a com bination u[ Big Values and Low ' Prices Carried out laitlifully by 11,, v;: h jpc lo gain your patronage. Guess tlie.se are llig...
MARKETS. BALLARAT STOCK SALES. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914
MARKETS. »m— BALLARAT STOCK SALES. Tuesday. 1'al calllc: 174 cattle was to day's yarding, abuui ouc-third being good to prime quality, balance comprising all classcs. The attcndauce of buyers was a full ouc, and competition throughout was active, values all round bciDg fully equal to last week's rates, closing with a decided upward tend ency. Quotations: Prime pens bul locks, j£i.} 10/ to ^15 10/j extra do, j£l6 12/6; good pens bullocks, £11 10/ 'o ,£13; medium, ^9 10/ to £1010/; .best cows, to £\i\ oxtra to £125/. Calves: 31 penned, best forward sell 'Dg 10 ^5 5/• Sheep: 42:3 penned for to-days' sales, the majority being medium description, including a num ber of ewes in lamb. Only a small proportion being good quality, with a small number of prime. The market opened brisk at a substantial advance on last week's rates,, and closing strong, with on upward tendency. Quotations:—Prime crossbred wethers, 28/to 31/; extra quality, 33/ to 35/; heavy weights, 37/ to 30/; good cross bred w...
THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1853 FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914
THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1U53; I'lilDAV, AI.W I, iyl.| In ovdcr that Kmpire D.iy should be suitably celebrated in Creswick, the mayor (Cr W. IV Nurthcott) has con veiled a meeting of ladies and jjuntlc ! men desirous of assiilin:* fur Wedncs \ day evening next, at 8 o'clock, in the b&lt;inU chambers, win n preliminary ar rangement v.'tll be made. The Miufali :il Oeswicl; fut the month tif A[>riI totalled i inch rjH point., complied wiili i inch .ji; point:; for tin: i.nii.: tiwuli of lav )Cir. Kor the lii-jt four month:; of llii.i year the register show:; a total fall u' inches 41 point:;, as ai;\inst tj inches i'ii pnint:; for the same p'. rioa (if hji.;, a differ ence ol 5 inches [i^irj!'i in favor of last year. The Slate P nlianienl i.a: been further prorogued by 1 hc (Juveincr in Council from May 5 to [une 2. Par liament will not lie callcd together, however, until the end of June. The question of most inler.'Tt to the ma jority 'jf 1110 member; i:i the dat...