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ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXXIII. TO PART NO MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914

m GOLDEtf WINGS ,5y W. Hojrill Pool*.) (•hapti'j: xxx;11. TO PART NO MOiiE. The tissue of I ho lifo to be Wo weave with colors :: JI our u And in :-he lield of destiny "We reap a> wo : i a v o ?nwn. -Whiuir,. Lvnwood Manor - dear old stately, sombre Lynwood beyond the ravine there, half veiled in :l mist. the morn ing sun was fa.vt^ di- celling. raiding its ivied walls and lichen-covered turrets far above it nil. "You mv- it there, iiiy darling''" "Yon; whore my father lived. and where lie died/' Then* were tears in the speaker's eyes, tears in her voice, and her little lips were quiverim-. as the carriage bore her nenror to nor home. "It stMMmxl so Ilk k a dream," sh" «lid. "when you toll me who 1 n:i». and to that I had ;■ birthright cintin. Ob, Arthur. t^ll mc even now thai it m truo." Hut. la* hum vchmI gently: "You cannot, [wily it niy Ire. it scorns fo strango to you." "And to think. A thur. but for my meeting with Mr. V.'csterton 1 sh"iij•! iwer ha?** known ;he truth." "An...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914

— A ••• WHOLESOME DRINK BRACING AND REFRESHING

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914

IC.E, MILLER! AND CO., || "I'lio | FURNITURE l\ REMOVEliS Af-sD STOFitfiS. jj| 317 COLLINS STREET. KELB. I'iiunc.s -9:J7o L;< i u mn! k"* Vans conM an 1I \ travelling a'liiiiry; \\v wntil l..u-k loading. Writo u». 11" railing, con^i^ii to us. Spenrn •Stroot. and advise. SIdj-h'-. lirjL'U. subdivided in .-mall rooms at < a;Trnl ra{<*>. Van> rolnrnii:^ i i'«»m \Yavra:'iM M<>rt!;ik<\ T'M'.u-.l;. (';<nn.ri f\d;i<-, la-more. d-triii April. \*;i n «• return;!'^ Irom Alburv. Wtul'iaira, Ptfuaila. Kama. darn:;; April. \*;it■ - tvM,,ai:i'.;- irom \*umnr!;aii. I'!cliiii-a. Pice].'!, Rochrsicr. I'cn dko. early in M.iy. Back Loading Wanted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914

Harrison, S'an Miguel f mm"MERCHANTS, A.ND SlTi'LY HUUSK FOR - lirowers. A^atc-d Water Manufacturers, lii'lfl Keepers, Baker."-, anrl fief regiment Rooms. Cvrrcspptitlenco Invited on All Ariicles used in the above trades. Note — 504 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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DISTRICT NEWS. Allendale. FOOTBALLERS' SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. (From Our Correspondents.) Allendale. FOOTBALLERS' SOCIAL. Under the auspicies of the Allendale   and Broomfield football club a social   evening and dance took place in Mr H. Collins' Dramatic Hall on Monday night, and was well attended. Repre-   sentatives of the sister clubs of the. district were present. A very enjoy- able time was spent, dancing com- mencing at 9 o'clock and terminating during the wee sma' hours of Tuesday morning. Excellent music was sup- plied by Messrs M. Stevenson and S. Richardson. Mr R. Kennedy made an efficient M.C. At midnight the "happy throng" sat down to a sump- tuous repast, provided by the lady supporters of the club, and was much appreciated. The arrangements were in the capable hauds of the energetic secretary (Mr E. W. Miskin), who deserves the best thanks of the club for the manner in which he discharged his duties.

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Mount Prospect. SALE OK GIFTS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914

Mount Prospect. SALE OK GIFTS. A very successful sala of gifts in aid of the Australian Inland Missions was held in the local A N.A. hall on Fri day, 17th April. Owing to the un avoidable absence of Rev R. Thomson, Miss Fish introduced Miss Todd, lion, secretary of the P.W.M.U., who for mally opened the proceedings, and in doing so gave a very interesting account of the work performed by Deaconess Belt at Oodnadatta. The interior of the hall presented a very gay appear ance, having been tastefully decorated for the occasion by the ladies. The various stalls had been allotted as follows:—Work stall, Misses Ryrieand Yates ; fancy stall, Misses Blain and Greaves; pot plants, Miss E. Mitchell ; confectionery, Misses J. McPhee and L. Johnson ; tea rooms. Misses Blain, 1 Stephens, Carnegie, Fletcher, and   Yates ; shooting gallery, Mr James Yates. The following were successful in the various competitions:—Sponge roll, Miss Main; cream pufTs, Miss Greaves; ginger sponge, Miss ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 1 May 1914

PROPERTY SALES. 'M Messrs John T. Sloan and Co. con ducted a successful sale of property at Melbourne road, Creswick, on Wednes day last, on behalf of the Ballarat Trustees, Executors and Agency Co., as executors of the will of David G. Mann, deceased, There was a large attendance, and the cottage property realised £80, being purchased by Mr Arthur Petrie ; while 1 acre of land with a frontage to Melbourne road was bought by Mrs H. Keen for £10, and 3 roods 8-11 th perches in Ayres street, was purchased for £7 by Mr William Ashmore. The horse, dray, chattels and furniture were cleared at satisfactory prices.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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UNIQUE CHRISTMAS PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

UNIQUE CHRISTMAS PUDDING. • >!»»• <'l 1 niu-t n.'inuiKithJf «•{! record w«» the ono m.nle by th<> Into I<or»l V* «>l.-M'tey and a bi"tli<'r I'tli'or tu f the Oliri^t" in:*:-* t-pont hi tin* Crimea. Thene art! t li" details; A box ui liy.H did J or U nit. »k»wot vv;i* unobtainable, <»w they u.i>cd iaiu'i-1 j.;ieaM\ There ivaa no llour to bo bad, oo tlioy made jjonh: by pound iij^ H|» :>bij>';» tfi^t*uit with a jn'Mlu ami jnrtf i;ir. The lai tor articles were also i/nj»rovi-)<»«I—a Ku^iau round a hot- and ;i i-i.'ru „f :ui exploded *M1. When th nic:-.s wan properly mixed it mis lied in :i towel ami placed to boil. An order !'j bony to thr tn.'m'hi'H cut abort Ibis 'C'l,'itioM) Iiuwcmt, and tin: late oi tin* •lidding bnti^ for a in doubt, bither it had to Im' naMed or oaten jail' cooked. Jt wa.i oaten, ami Wols ?U:y ba-1 to reure aoiuu time later I rum ;in« trciicliuh under doctor \s orders. "LhiCMi'l. ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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WOMEN DENTISTS AT £2000 A YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

WOMEN DENTISTS AT £2000 A YEAR. Kngland hits at uin' proi'iv^nm lor women that is not overcrowd i i, ami that is dentistry, Women, ?»u ready to enter medicine, are, strangely euough, little represented hen*, .sud Miss L. M. Brooks, Se.-rotary ami War den oi the London School of .Medu-ij-: lor "Women. "Wo have only Jiw gnl .students lor the dentistry course at pie^-Mit. l.a-t year Uu* number \v:n three, and ti; previous your two. J'rmr to that there whs a gup of sumo years without any students at all. "Looking; at tin* thin^ from a iifps point of \ i"W, it a >}der. hd ins estnieut for paients nt jjirK The ••oitrso ext'Mt-l.s uwr ionr years, aij'l the joiut iees amount in all to ilv. The studies ai<- pursued at tUir» fe.'h"oI and a't the National Dental Hospital in <.iu*at I'ortlaud , treet. ''At the i:ud ol j'our \ ear>, wh»ii Liv* v I fiin* resist ere.I dental pract it lonoi e, their income:* should eacely e<jual tno^e of the a\eia^;e male dent...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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JUNIOR MIGRATION TO VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

JUNIOR MIGRATION TO I VICTORIA. (By Tit us* 1£. iSedgwR'K, ju "Jtmiual of Agriuuliurt*.'') Tho rapid inoroaso of tho movement Sor tho migration oi' lads Irotn Iloiuo to farms iu Victoria aud other parts ui tho iimpiro has been a» rapid during tJu» last low yearn uh tiio growth oi ini» migration to Australia generally. All hough thU may at first sight ap pear surprising, it appear* on exami nation U> bo only natural, as junior mi Jarntio../within the Kmpiro haa tho fol lowing advantages over adult migra tion :— • (i) It gives a longer lift* lor tho ftaiiio laro. (•J) Lads* nro more adaptable, learn tuoro quickly, and aro more usoiul, 4>oth iu tho hous.' and en liio lann, than mon nm. ^3) Having no iamilv d>'pendent on them, tho lads can aliord to at tract their relations out to thom at nominated rates oi juoago. (.4) Thoy can learn and save money nt tho sumo time, and thus in <> Cow year*' timo take up laml them selves. . (y) Being siugle, vhev can g.» up i...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

Announoom >nc«< Borough of Creswick. EMPIRE DAY. A MEETING of Ladies and Gentle men desirous of Assist.iriR in the Celebration of Empire Day at Creswick will be held in tlio Hank Chambers on WEDNESDAY EVENING NEXT, lith MAY, at 8 o'clock. WM. NOHTIICOTT, Mayor. A DISTRICT I'UHLIC MEETING i"\ will In; held in Collins' Dramatic Hull, ALLENDALE, on WEDNES DAY, MAY titli, at H o'clock p.in. BusinessTo consider Mr Baran wanath's Report on the Allendale Gold field. WM. lUCIIARDbON, \ C011 DAVID McGUATH, / veners. CflESYVICK BRANCH A.N.A. r|MlE Fortnightly MEETING will 1 ho held at tin! A.N.A. Ilull on FR1DAY EVENING, MAY 8tli, at 8 o'clock sharp. liUHinesa -Nomination of Officers. Afler liusmoss—Night by Ex-preBl dents. F. FAUGIIER, l're»iclent. ARTHUR U. GKOSE, Secty. CHESWICK BOWLIKS AND TENNIS uLUB. V Sl'EClAL GENERAL MEETING i.V will he held at (he Hank Cham bers on FRIDAY NEXT, Hth INST., at b p.m. Business—Proposed Extension of Greer.; Control of Tennia Court, &amp...

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BALLARAT DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

BAiXARAT DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Monday, 1. J. Lawless ana Co. report: — Iiulter: Prime factory prints, is 2d; lump, is id to is lid; separator, is; dairy, iod to io),d. HgR3, is 6d; pre sered, is id. bacon: Sides, iod to 1 id; middles, 1/; hams, 1 /. Lard, 7^d. Honey, 3d to 3W. Cheese, 7 to Sd.

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MARKETS. BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

MARKETS. BALLARAT PRODUCE MAR KET. Monday. The producc markets during the past week have becu very quiet. Deliveries increased towards the end of the week, but there was no special demand for any description o( produce. Wheat has had small sales at up to 3/10 for best heavy mailing; medium, 3/7 to 3/9. Oats are firm, with moderate deliveries; best heavy milling, 1/10; medium, 1/9. Barley is dull of sale, except for the choicest qualities; best English malting, 3/2; medium, 2/10 to 3/; feed sorts down to 2/3. Cape, best mailing, 2/3; medium, 2/; feed sorts, 1/10. Peas, 4/6; special seed, 5/. Potatoes closed dull, with in creasing deliveries; values range from £.\ 101 lo ,£5 io/, according to variety and condition. Hay, best green chaffing sheaves, £2 2/6; medium, 37/6 lo £2. Manger hay, £2 10/ for best quality. Bran, 5. Flour, jQt). Straw, 32/G. Pollard, i'5

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858. TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858, Tuesday, May 5, 1914 After a month's rec:ss the Creswick Borough Council will meet this ( Tues day) evening. Tenders are returnable up to 6 o'clock for the removal of street and household garbage. The chairman of the board of examiners under the forests Act (Dr A. J. Ewart) announces that the follow ing candidates were successful in the cnUance examination held recently for the admission of new |H!|iils to the Forests School at Creswicl; :— W. J. Zimmer (G«cluti|:), A. R. Small (GeeloiiK). C. T. Smith (Soulli Mel bourne), R. In^le (Footscry), F. Nunan (iMouuee l'ond:;), F. Gerraty (Moreland). Football in this district is about to commence, and the time is opportune for a few words of advice to a number of the players—not all, we are glad to say. Our sisters are debarred from participating in the game, but should they be debarred from witnessing it ? The conduct of the players referred to would prevent their attendance at the matches if allow...

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F.M.E.A. CRESWICK BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

F.M.E.A* cfa CRESWICK 1JKANCH. The fortnightly meeting of the committee was held in the office on Saturday evening, when there were present :—Mr Jno. Lenthall (vice president) in the chair; Messrs Geo. Booth, Tlios. Mann (trustees), W. P. Northcolt (treasurer), Quanchi, Richards, Kd. lioolh and L. 15 F.bhaug (secretary). COKKUSPONDKNCE. From Mr T. M. Jude, General Secretary K.M 1£ A , with notices to branches regarding an executive council meeting on Friday, the 8th May, at ii o'clock, in the Ballarat Trades Hall. I'"rom same, with reference to. a member on the accident fund. It was resolve'd that the president attend the executive council meetiDg. REPORTS. From Mr J. Ellis, reporting that there is no improvement in his condition. From Mr Quanchi, steward in the Soutli Berry mine, declaring Mr J, Cassell off the funds. FINANCE. The following accounts were passed for payment:—Accident Pay—North Star : J. Ellis, £i. South Berry : J. Cassell, 10/. Incidental Expanses— Secretary's salar...

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SOME PROBLEMS IN WHEAT FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

SOME PRQBLEMS IN WHEAT " FARMING. (Writ!Oil M>'i»MulI,Y I1"' "larnhM^' (<i»;:ctte". h'y Mr. J.. II. Kfisluni^:). Adam Smith wrote: "Agriculture c thi> proper btuincwi of nil new colonie,. tho industry, of agrioukuru is the one on which a country iuu&t depend tor dofcuoo, health, strength, and pcruian encc." Land inn of cultivation mean* a sheer loss to the national wealth, n* well as a loss of occupation in tho country, uud a congestion of labor in cities. (icorgo Washington, in his addtosn to Congress in 1790, said, "It will not bo doubted with reforcm: • fit ft r to industrial or national uolfniv, ' .hat agrioulturo i.s of primary import ance. In proportion as nations ad van< «?,-in population and othor cir cum-tancc; of ium urii.v, (ins truth h rohi"» moro apparent, ami renders lh>' cultivation of tho soil more and imue an asppot. of public patronage.u Ai the last <vnsus (lS)il) it >vns Jound lh;ik in Victoria, thero wero 147,0...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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MR. JOHN TIPPETT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

MR. JOHN TIPl'ICrr. Very great regret was felt through out the whole of the district when it bccame known that an ol 1 am] highly respected resident of Scrub Hill, Dean, in the person of Mr John Tippett, had pissed away at R o'clock on I'rid ly morning. The du j.ms-.'I, who was 711) years of ;i^c, had enjoyed excellent health until about a w^-k a^o, when medical aid v.* is called in, but it was not anticipated that the end way :»u near, He rose ft cm his bed, and while sitting in hii; ch.iir quietly passed away. Mr Tippett was one <;( the sturdy band of pioneers who materi ally assisted 10 make Victoria what it is to day. He was a native of Pen/nice, Cornwall, and in his early diys worked in the mines: there. As a lad he emi - Lpated to America, Vvhere he worked in tiie coal mine:: with hii father, and on his return from Cornwall he came to Victoria, and after working for s-oine time at Drysdale came to Scrub Iliil, Dean, where he had lived fur about 50 years. Soon after ...

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THE VICTORIAN ASSEMBLY. ELECTORAL ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

THE U2CTG?35/-W AS SEMBLY. rv. ISUCCTORAl. ROU.S. Till: police have added uv, r a hundred thousand to the nam.':; whirl'] haired oil the electoral roll-; of ihe S-aU-. Few susp. c.ed tlut the armv of ci.'.fr inchi ;• ,1 was so hi-, or tint when it vani.-hed iIi--s: who hid formed it would add 50 lively to the voting |)o-.ver of the Uietr-poli:an tit-i-P ossibly the latter fart mi-ht have oe-.n surin-icd. lor a not inr-csisiJ,-t;l(. proportion of Melbourne's p ,5.1,1 ,tj.„', floats from sulturb to suhurli. restin nowhere I011.; enou-h to catch th ■ t ye of otticiils doin- their work in ordinary routine wav. Hut, l,e all that as it niiy, the fimirus now pr.ictic.illy com pi :te 5lvT.v that Victoria's :;r-at 1)r.,!, 0111. the dua div'si.in of her inieilman's betw.cn city and country, is more acute liiau ever. According to the old roll-;, the country electors otitnumheied th. metropolitan by .,.,,3,3. Those v.hj studied the h-urcs, and who renliv d their significance, found them de pres...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Racing. CRESWICK TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

Raciny. CRIiSWICK TURK CLUB. A meeting of the above wis held on Saturday evening last, when theie were present :— Mck'jis 'J'- M. Haines (pre dent), J. 0.\ley, W. I loud. \V. Meston, T. W. and G. J. Kllis, J 15, .Mader and II. Mclioldrick (secretary). The secretary presented ;i rough financial statement of the race meeting held in March, which showed a profit of 12/4. '1 he money leceivcd from the sale of members' tickets was not included in the statement. Mr Oscley said it was tlie first time for many yea is that a credit balance was shown, and the president and the iccretary could be congratulated thereon. They should run a meeting oftener. The trouble was to fix the dates, for if they had a fine day, the meeting would pay its way. Air Mader endorsed the remarks made. With reference to holding . another race meeting this year, it was ! a^n^d to let the matter stand over for the prt sent, but members were favor able to the idea of holding another meeting. Mrll.llender apologised lo...

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