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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

T. fish 0 rt E 8 W i o k . general CARRIER & l''oilwarp ing agent fflr broadbent bros; S- co. wood AND coal merchant FURNITURE removed. Re., &c. W. B. WHITE'S 1IVKRV& r.KT rtN'G STABLES Victoria Strket, Crhswick. TTIE above well-known Stables are now under the management of W. B. White, and the public can rely on getting civility and every attention, combined with first class 'Horses and Vehicles, including Double 'Bubss, Carryalls, Double and Single Buggies, etc. Coach daily between Creswick and | Ballarat, leaving Creswick at D.SO^n. m. returning from Bullarut at 4 p.m.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

VICTORIA insurance QOY. H.TfJ, Market Stroot, Melbourne'. Chftirmnn--Htm. Kdwr.rd Miller. Fire, Mmine, Ad'i.l-r.t, 'WorUmrn'n I Compensation, l.ivi' -Slock and I tiu:irmi(■ ■ Immanri' )Ui?iiiP» Con- | (IllCil'll. JAMKS J. II/iVKR'nf, Secretary. Agent: W. t'. l.!orU>r.<>fl. Esfulili.-lieJ 13 6 ft, S. SQ'YS GENF.R A I. S'l'OK I'IK KRP&RS Ulfilt ST., KINGSTON. Market Kate" for Dairy Pro'lnce. Agents for H.w Zealand Kirn nrrt Marine hi'iimnee Co. P.isk.-i t •>! ! • v.'*!. V'rl O.T.A. HOI ISC, OPPOSITE POST OPPICK. AI.KKItr • .'•.TltKET. Call* Meet All Train*. V. I.-phone, 11. PUHI.1C OirvJi'li.rv on haw) ; aho j'rntl-haw'" Railway Cniile. T. ilAlN'F.S, propiirtor. THE I! K<'Of; NIsK11 (v)M M K|!('IA1. .1 . BRITISH HOTEL, AJ.HKitT si im-.i/r, ci!i::;wici;. A KlNI- III' TO l.vrr. | j< |--T|-I.l:v. Containing SpIcii'lM AiN-nnimoilalinn fnr Traveller;- ar.ii t »t ln-r Only the Heat of All". Win.- and .Spirit;' Supplied. Fir«t-cln?n Menu. Cal...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

Money Waking Opportunities . . For You. . . IT'S BLANKET-TIME GUSHING'S AT rhave 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. 100 Pair Double Bed Blankets, 2is, loo Pair Double Bed Soft Woolly Blankets, 30s, * 4 '■ H E W " THE HOUSE OF ALUE> " ORES INTF.fESTI.NO ITEMS 4 U ! A aying Baby at a Public Meeting is like • f Good Suggestion. It ought to be oarried out. Our Suggest on Mint yon come ami inspect our imimiuc assortment of Fanoy Goods, Toys, Books, &c. Ought to be proof positive tint we arc out after your trade, and by a com bination of Big Values and Low Prices Carried out faithfully by us, we hope to gain yjtir patronage. Guess these are Highlit! Writing Tablets, 50 Sheets, bank note paper, 3d Wiiting Tablets, 100 Sheets, bml; note paper 6d Pretty Bedroom Clocks, 3s and 3s 6d L...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

WE MAKE THE BEST —1J I.? I D A L PO RTB AITS— IN THE STATE. rI }iM «-in li« - i-nr claim t>. your pal rona^»\ Of tho thousand* of Hridos who haw <ur to u- r«»r th--ii* Urida! iWtrait-'. \v i-an i:alVly say that not me !.:»'» 1 <li>--.ati*-Ji.*»L Mri th.*r will you ho disnatiMied, •" 'li.n't In • it.if.- ahtiiit writing to uj, making tho appointment. Kri-i.il WiK Wivatln, tlmuph't'*, l!utlonli<»h-->, £-i\, always available. l'i!nr Juwly ilr<'--in^r moms t<> avoid d»day. ENLARGEMENTS. Wo makt* enlargement* from any old or faded photograph, and «ivi th.-in (hat modern "toiieh" whirh makes them doubly attractive. Size of Photo. Size of Mount. Price*. I" x U> 25/ J.r> x lli 'SA x 17 30/ {'«aiijih't«- in tjrwrf.'t ntyle of mounts and solid nuk"and*KoId frntno.s. MVl'l.'JF ACTION »;ilAKANTi:i:i). RICHARDS & CO., Sturt Street, Ballarat Tim Worlil-Fameil Uallnrnt PHOTOGRAPHERS J. 0. llunrtlen, Prop. ft MEAT3.ME ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONCRETE RAILWAY TIES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

I CONCRETE RAILWAY TIES. I I.lactic luniTL'to tics ot' ^ruut atrcmrili uuMin^ b«li.u ami nails bettor than wood aro claimed as a new Herman railway product. Tie* oi' iron and .steel have K-eu uacii tu some I'.vtcnt, l'or many ;c:ir>. but are much more n^id than i>uud, a lid otherwise less batibiactory, and the icini'oivcd cuin-ioto tie.s hither to tried h:u »• [»rn ved disappoint ing. The tiew cuiicivU: madu i'rom a mixture of asbestos jibreb and cement.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

Football. [i!v "Rovkr."] On Saturday next the Kooiball Association matches will be coinnicnc ed in the district. Five tennis are in the competition, viz, Creswick, Allendale and ll room field, Smeaton, Dean, and Newlyn. At the association meeting to lie held this evening at Smeaton, the question of providing trophies (or the premier team will be discussed. It is to be hoped that each clul< will be able to see its way clear to contribute their share, or perhaps there may be some enthusiastic and kind hearted friends in the distiict also willing to play their little part, by helping to provide them This season (our rounds will be played, together with semi-finals and final. The matter of asking the Ballarat League to supply umpires is causing a deal of discussion amongst some of the members of the clubs, as they reckon their fee will be too high. Why go to Ballarat for umpires when we have two in our district—"Bill" lies and "Clagger" Clarke—.who could knock any ol the last...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SORE THROAT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

SORE THROAT. "An ounce ol' prevention," is is said, "is worth a pound ul' cure"; and eer- | lainly t lie old adage is M«It" proven iiv lhe ol' sure throat. Prompt atten tion given to lirst symptom* will in all probability awn the threatened catas trophe. It is generally heralded by J headache, chilliness, and a dry, rough tiding in the throat. To produce a thorough .sweat is the most simple way lo break up a e.oid, and this may be ac complished by a hot bath immediately bet'ore yetting into bed, wrapping one ?>e11' in wanned blankets ami taking a very hot drink, lemonade, etc. One tea .spooni'ul ot" common baking soda to a glass ol' hot water, or salt water in the same proportion, make* a capital gargle, and iri one -which ean by obtained at a i'e w moments' notice. The garglo .should be as hot as can be borne, and used every halt' hour till the inllainina lion subsided.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. Coursing. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

SPORTING NOTES. Coursing, The Crcswick District Coursing Club lias none to the expense of wire-netting nn enclosure on their courting grounds, with a view to the preservation of hares, so that when the meetings are h'.'ld there will lie 110 shortage, and this will make the sport much livelier On Saturday morning next, commencing at 10 o'clock, a start will he made from l'ierccy's corncr to drive the hares from the open paddocks into the enclosure, and the club desires the assistance of everyone who can make it convenient to attend, a cordial invitation to lake part in the drive being extended to all interested. The greater the number of beaters the more successful the drive will be, so it is hoped that there will be a large attendance. Luncheon will be provided on the ground.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER Tin' attitude (ii tbo public ui n* tci^iud-. motorists was indicated by th* demonstration <>f tlio oroud xi>t i'rin <:•••> Hndge tlio other aileinoon whol a youug woman was run down and hi | jnred 10 an exioui that caused lwi ' Ueatb. Kor a time the iucciiiud crowc looked like inking the luw into <thoii own bunds, Tlio growing irequenej ol accidents that maim and kill mot iVnsivo citizens lias roused an antngo ui>iie feeling tmvaid.-> motorists that only needs a spark lo oaiiso it to ex plode into something serious. Among tho many hundreus of motorists ithero are, of course, many who exercise tho greatest enro and consideration. But there are others. Tliero aro tho motor bo^s who are drunk with tbo prido of po.^session, and tho speed possibilities ot the machine, and reckless as to cou M'q(H'nc«*s. For tho arrogance of thvse, motorists as a body huvo to sill ier. Tho remedy—which would bo welcomed alike by tlio public,...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WASTE NOT, WANT NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

WASTE ;NUT, WANT Mil . •'Oh, Kihi'I. ulifcv don't vtm use y«HJf U»«.lr" "What's UlO UbO of wasting llii.s guml jam, mother, when i oan Jick my liugvrb " Julia, liit- jaiijil'ui maid, was anuttg iu^ her mistre>H->\s hair ono nltoruoon, when alio mentioned that alio had heard Miss Allen .singiny in the par Jour the evening bWuru. c,Uow did you liko her Mii^in^, KUah" Asked rb" mistress. "Oh, 111111111" >i;Vhed tu e maid, "it was ^rumi. * S'jie «u .;; just as it she wvii v,Edu<.'atiou without instinct is liko window* without a house." ;Tho ladder of civilisation is a rum thing; tho top and the bottom uro nearer to each other than tho micldlo is to cither." ' It- is always Letter to bo Very than to bo leather." "Wlio could bo more generous than tho man whoM split his last shilling with yemp—"Well, tho iiiuq who wouldn't split it."—"Cake," by UoU^n Lynoh. Ideals have wrecked more marriages than any amount of orduals. — airs. I v rtxi. Kioyiiolua,

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

For < 'liililivn'n Harking Ciuhju atNijjht, (Itvat IVppcnnint Curv, lsGd. The ui <111.y i liy lhe levy iu ✓ G-Hiiiii) 111 .ki.: ill ail iiicuuilS above il ■.vilain .iii) til-)', and ruiin^ on a :;raduitcd sc.i!v, aceoidin.; to the .imoilnl i)f 1: iCDUllike!)' lu be inCfe.i-.Lil cii'/nnoudy by a t:L v>t ruse adapted '»> tiii.* S^eicLuy h,r 1'inance. lie had poinded m.-t to lake lei;al ptiM'eeiliMi:'; ii11t tlwie w ho have m/; declared their full iticour s in either the presi.nt or pievioii; years if tiuyv/ili nr.v in da: a correct deckua ti'in a p.itii'/tic duly. There is now evcryptnspjctth.it ih.- receipts from th * w.ir levy will f.n e.we d the ,^o'0,0' estimated. An ;in — no-Mic^meiit of the iimiy i Mimales j Mtows {hat they are i,oo-_> ah'jve those for mi.;. Tiie lai^e additional I oii'.'.ty i* me^a: y, in order to cany o'.ji 111»'.isutlj to wh:rh I'arliiuunt h;is ! a'p'ady a^e'red. A uiy-'Liioiii ctl'O*' is n jaiitLd from iii.. tail-y; in 1,'Midni...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Allendale. MINING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

AilcndaSc. MlXI N't; MI'.KTIN'G. A public meeting will he h'.ld in ihc ill '.malic hall, Aller.'.lalc, to-niuirow (Wednesday. at o o'duck, for '.lie purjMSj uf eonsiduin^ the report of Mr Ur. Har.i^ .van ilh, (»overr.inent surveyor, on Uiu Allendale All residents of ihe 11 ij;rict interv su (1 in the nutter arc invited to attend.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIAMOND JUBILEE OF THE DISCOVERY OF GOLD. RETROSPECT. Writing under the above heading in the "Talbot Leader," James Dick says:— [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

DIAMOND JUBILEE OF THE DISCOVERY OF GOLD. rktk* isi'ioc r. Wiitini', muii't ilu: ahuvi' htadiiij; in tlie "T.ill'iH J.urns Dick say.s': — Ill tin: sixty mill years tli;it have parsed, tniirli has been done in the mining'coimmmilies—much energy and capital have been expended in the flying years lliat have uoiif so quickly Much Imrd thmktng ar.d deep rcllec— lion has linn done by the multitudes that have passed away, and thousands of graph.c recoiils, reports', and dos criplionsof Ihis l.iir land have been circulated tar ami wide. Victoria, the gaidett ol tlu: colonies, is acknow ledged by the majoiity of travellers to be the laiie:.t Jiiiuin; Ihein all, with one of the finist rhinites in the world, and being .iifii.it> 11 h. t v, ei 11 latitude ^ and •)o, places it in the most tavored temperate /one i f the r,»,!(iii Uenii. sphere. It hi'. .m invigorating climate that will uj ply ni,.iikind with neatly all the n- e. am. s u£ iile, in lood and raiment. The b< e,is i f th...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. Smeaton. A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

{From Our Correspondents.) A.N'. A. The furlnii li'.ly meeting of itio above wns het-1 last Km'1 iy, I hi: vice-president (Mr J. Tome,) o'j<:n|>yim; the chair, A luller \v,i'j ri:i\.i>':il (ruin the general secretary stating tn.it wo cuiel president would visit this lirancii oil the occasion of the half yearly meeting on Friday, May sand. The next meeting was fixed Mr Wednesday, May 13th. Me:,sis I!. II .y and (5. Archibald irp-,r'.' d (ill their visit to a sumke nii'ht ::iv 11 l.y lie: U.illarat City liraneh, Mr •..Incii tiny v;.-.tc accorded a vote uf thanks. It was resolved to celebrate Knijt'ic I ).iv mi Saturday, May 2.;ui iMKTIIOlllST < lll'KCll ANNIVER SARY. Animrr-aiv '.ervie.-:; w. rc celebrated in lh-.' Sni.-tMn Me;h'Miist Church last Sunday M; I/ine and lircnlon and the Rev. \V. II mison occupied tile pulpit a! the thr. c services.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (Hi' "Aniliro.sinn.") lit London hut shapes Aro am! more compact mm \v have been. Hut 'hose i. ilorcnees do not -if. all Jot'MCt it their channs and becotninguoss. Qinit' tbe contrary. Neither do thoy limit the varioty. Small and compact as .shape* taken as a wholo may he, their variety of lino is indefinite, Oulv the hypercritical will have fault to lind with the spring millinery, taken as a whole. There are, ol course, u fow slnipe.-> and styles that aro strange and freakish, hut apart from these there i« .so much to jik-a.so Uiat unattractive stvhs can he. leit alone. Usually the brim is at 0110 side, and it shoots out pictui exjuely at tho termination of a grao.-iul and gradual curve. Some of tin" brims are given a p.uch hero Mid a lilt-up there, giving a "saucy'* as pect. to the whole eilYct. Somo of the shapes hntv crown* that rvtuh a considerable height, others hvo crowns ol' only moderate height, but a brim that is tremendously high at 0110 side, toweri...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Newlyn. SALE OF STUD SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

MswSyn. .SAI.K Or sl Ub SliKEI'. Mcssr.; V. and W. II. Yelland, of Ne.-.Iyn, sjM cla:i::l; show wtxk in Sydney 10 hi.;h ci.stud Xornney Marsh rains. U> the " l.yndley Station," Oa'ljy, (iLULMshnd, at ,i good figure. These arc to b; shipped during ihis wee';. S' K ■ IAI.. The N'jwlya 'IViini'i Clul) intend holding a social in ili-j Neivlyn lull on Friday cveniir.',. 22nd .May. Tickets will be issued later.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"SHOPPING." [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

•SHOPPING-.' I • 1 LV'Mti Berlin eoines a statement that an nnfort n nat e «di<<|>kecjK'r who ehar^ed a ladv s'ini»«-jut J Of tin; trouhh- she had -ivdi when .-]!<• had tried on many hat • and thou left without making a [•itj->'lia.-i* has It-•'•ii sent to j<ii.-on ai guilty oi' *' ».\\i ort i«>ii. "This t lit? el hies nt" the sul'jt'-l oi as it i> rariii'il -in in Kn^laud. A wrt.-r in t..»r tradesmen and a.--i•>!:i■:I - the iinuiisideraie and tn*n)»1<ru tuiaor. T>w> departnieufs ui li»«* nowm arc especially \ s»'\iim *ed, le- .-ay-. < Mi> is ihat ol' gh»\e:, tli.- siiojeaaa exjierieii-'e.. tli" 'inli.Miily m»iu «:ini r.'iu-es, !•*>r&i is llic insensate dimand I'or a veiy .-beajf ^'hieh iia. made «tard ].:*ire that many will nut r.\ee.-d, with llu- nsuH Ural liny ate made i.-l" infrri'tr thins allied v\;th iaijn-i fivt wm .'.man'h-p. Tin- other is tin i'<»<dish ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ullina. SOCIAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914

L'Hina. ' SO CI A I, KVKNINO. Ullina has a well d'jir i ved reputation for enjoyable <ori.i!-;, but probably none lu.-i jmnvd more so than the one held i.i.it I' i iday i:\Mnini;, in aid of the M chanics" lnsiitu'e. whi:;b will bene lil vriy m.it»ii.dly by the effort. The hall was just comfortably hiled for tJ■'!i;riij;*, am) ihi-.-.e pre.st:,')I, rrpresen. tative of the siuioundin^ districts, thoroughly enjoy, d themselves, all voting ii ;;p::ci diy uoorf, even for UliitKi. The ladis, wilb their unfail ;j>4 jjenero,iiy, pioynld a splendid repau, 11;<; 11 nude a very welcome break in I»11• dance at abutil midnight, the iii.itst*:i eilj ^yment terminating at about - 30. Kx<xl!ent music was supplied by Misses Smith and Stewart, of Ciunes, while Mr L\ Casey carried out the du'.i.:s fjf M (J. in a very capable in inner. Secretary Foley and the committee had made perfect arrangement'; for the comfort of visi tor;. At the 1 oitclii-iion of thi; dance th...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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