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DEEP BREATHING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914
- DEEP BREATHING. A medical man makes an oarnost pica for deep breathing as a .thorapuu tio nieasuro of iho firfit* nmgnitudo in the treatment of malnutrition charac terised by that complex group of f>y in terns ascribed to neurasthenia, toxae mia, indigestion, anaemia, gout, and in alfeotions of the lungs and pleuri, lid bays that deformities duo to ric . l;ets and spinal curvatures ara o'ten susceptible ot great improvement by combined exercise of the lungs f>Ml .special gymnastics. In delayed con solidation, incomploto resolution, im perfeot restoration of function ac companying or following pneumonia; partial consolidation, coUnpso, or car nification of tho lung, associa'cd with, or resulting from plourisy with effu sion ; bronchiectasis aud adhesions of the pleura, deep breathing is particu larly bonefioial. iireaf lnug exercises I must be taught and watched to bo effective. Tlio lung.s should bo tilled from bottom to top. The object to bo obtained is increase ot tho tida...
NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914
NEWS SUMMARY. Mr. Justice lltch, in Svdno.v, &lt;li« ini.ssed Iho :*piilicatan of tho Uakiug Trades Kni|>loy&lt;u\s' Federation that tho hours ol baking .should bo between S a.in. and G p.m. .Stuck agents and pasloralists expr&lt;i-vi .surprise at tho ataAenicut of Mr. Frank Clarke, M.L.C,, that meat would soon I jo 1/ a pound »n Mel bourne. The report ot a .special im^uirj -re garding the red-gum growing ou un extensive area liokl under gra/.Uig area lease* on tho west side oi' llio Ulene'g l'i\cr, has been adujnud by tho .Min ister lor Lnmli. A married man, ;Ja yearn ot ago, named Martiu Benjamin Mc^auiara, oi L/oinngwood, wa» arrested on Friday on a eliargo oi having btuleu leather val ued au JL311 Uom Lliu iaetory oi 'llio*. I'll mull. 'Ihu revenue collected at tho Custom lloiiMi ou April iM amouuted to: — Kcveuwo, LlbJVbj8ji\); Stale, JL'J2U JL^U/G/O; conTingem, £110/4/6; pilot ago, £170/1/0; wltariagc, £22/lG/b. Mr. it. L. baker, has engaged Budoux, ...
POST OFFICE COMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914
POST OFFICE COMEDY. High tragedy turned to eomedy and eomedy to farce nt a post oilier in "West Loin lull recently. Shortly before live o'clock a young niait entered. In his hand was an open letter, delicately perfumed, on faintly tinted paper. The subtle fragrances of the letter drew the attention of the cus tomers, who aotcd also the yomewhat agitated angle of his hat ami a certain wilducss in his eves. Making swiftly for the telegraph counter he scribbled on form after f»r;», crushing them in succession and throwing theiu aside. Finally, with au air of sombre satisfaction, he threw the la&lt;t form across the counter accompan ied by a sixpenny piece. The girl behind the counter picked up the form uiid read it quickly. "Another halfpenny, please." ' • * Xonsense. *' the young xuan said. "Only twelve word*." ''Thirteen.'' replied the elerk. ''This — pointing with her pencil—"should be t wo.'' l.'ncoriM'ious of the interest taken by some half-dozen ••ustomers, the young man ...
AIR SCOUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914
AIR SCOUTING. In actual war, both in Tripoli and in tho Balkans, aviation accidents wero consciously fou A and despite the iaet that winds were &lt;;onerally high in Tripoli, and tin.- sea.son of tno year and tin* weather extremely un lavorable in tho Balkans. U is ^ Matter ot' considerable phychologocial interest to nolo that tho danger from an enemy's fin. so stimulates vigilance that nerves are tense with exertion ai>d tho mind is relieved from dwelling upon the ordinary dangers of keeping an aeroplane on an even keel mil meeting every gust. In other words, scouting in actual warfare seotns to ho a splendid cure fur nervousness. Tho aviator nuist fly with tho assurance of a hird, and he does so for fear of tho enemy's rille lire. A striking in* it ace of tin's psychological phenouionon i.s tli«» Into of Dr. Jules Constantin, a French aviator in tin* Bulgarian ser vi&lt;v. Ho was mortally wounded in tho air during a flight abovo Tchatal ja, but managed to land s...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914
KNIGHT.— In loving memory of our beloved mother, Elizabeth Knight, who departed this life on the 6th of May, 1913, at Main-street, Scarsdale. Peacefully keeping, resting at last, Earth's weary pain and suffering past. Oh, silent earth to thee we trust This precious part of earthly dust ; Guard it well, oh, sacred tomb, Till we, her children, ask for room. — Inserted by her loving sons and daughters.
OBITUARY. MR. H. O. FELSTEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914
OBITUARY. MR. H. O. FELSTEAD). Widespread regret was expressed when it became known that Mr Henry &nbsp; &nbsp; O. Felstead had died in a sudden manner on Thursday evening last, and much sympathy was felt for the bereaved father, sisters and brothers. &nbsp; The deceased was a son of Mr John F'elstead, and was well and favorably known, being greatly liked and respect- ed. He was a native of Creswick, and at the time of death was 28 years of age. When old enough to com- mence work, the deceased first enter- ed the local post office, being employ ed there for four years. He then went to the Government plantation and there occupied the position of overseer, having nine years' service. He was respected by the officers of the Forests department with whom he came in contact, and also by his fellow employes &nbsp; at the plantation. Recently he received promotion. Going away for a holiday to his sister at Kyneton a couple of weeks ago, he became unwell and h...
MINING DISASTER AT BENDIGO. MAGAZINE IN MINE EXPLODES. SEVEN MINERS KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 May 1914
MINING DISASTER AT BENDIGO. ? MAGAZINE IN MINK EXPLODES. SICV1SN MINERS KILLED, Tlic Kxtetulcd Hustler's mine Anderson street, was ihc scene on Saturday night of an accident un equalled in the annals of Bcndigo mining, seven men being killed by the burstmg'of a temporary daily magazine underground, while several others were affected by the explosive fumes. The names of the men killed were:— Leslie Duncan Martin, 23 years, single; Matthew George Forster, 28 years, married; John Henry Campbell, 31 years, married; Herbert John Thomas, 30 years, married; William Ryan, zf> years, married; William Crowlher liUir, 40 years married; Fred Jus Chinn, 23 years, single. The explosion occurred about 10 o'elock, while the afternoon shift was at work, the magazine being situated in the end o( the 1053 (cut crosscut, 152 feet east of the shaft. Tim seven men killed were all working at the 1053 feet level, while two men were at work in the i?26 feet level and five men at the 1320 (eel crosscut. W...
DANGERS OF WHITE BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 8 May 1914
| DANGERS OF WHITE BREAD. Dr. .Moiiicliiiis lia- i-mhmI u work; "HOI.- IliVad ; Its l)aH^.&lt; T.-, alld ill'' Kriiiciy, Xntiual Ilivad.'' I iio utuK i* ill, ' n. ^inmnj; &lt;&lt;! a &lt;:.unpai;;n in l-'ram iiyain-'l nlniir bread. Th» IjiiiiIv • . \.']UJ1.S tho idea thai Hhlti. In i :n I is a niiiir wror, ami qtmsn iv a mhi ill ruin. I'i ulc-.-nir |.dull.', in I: i> . mi pi os -1 v i ■ pr-iiirt'. point.-. oiii thai I lii' ii Uii> j;rnil piolih-in oi our tune i*» tiii- dmy oi &lt; v &lt; i ynno, lor it i.-, a ijiM^iion nl national health and Jorum-,-. Kxaci analy>.s ami li«;i»ro>. soiontUu: data on tln> rule «»l inim-ml:-, soluble l.Tin-'iiU. and the value »t liv ing corn oxplaMi im,v wuiio bread in an iniprotaiit factor, not only ol constipa tion, appondicit i.-., ami maladies nl tho &lt;li;;i'slivo track, hut of alcoholwii, tn Ijit-cuImsi.s, in a word, ol tho d"&lt;ieneia lion c»l" tlu' race.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 8 May 1914
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A cure for aula of all kinds, cock roaches, an&lt;i any other pests that iu vatic®** die panty, is green waluuts. Place iu the closets, cupboards, or any place whore'they are. likely to be. -The euro is ofTcctual aud tho remedy clean. When' you eleau the obouy brushes ou your toilet table, rub a little vase* Hue over tho backs beforo .you wash tho bristles, as this prevent# the soda or ammonia iu the "wafer from injuring the eb my. The vaseliuo should after wards bo removed by polishing the backs with a dry cloth. . To clean much-soilod hands do aot go to woi!t roughly with brush aud soda water) but loosen the dirt by rubbing the hands well with sweet oil, or oven lard or dripping. Then wipe off the grease as much as possiblo with a pieco of sofi paper or old rag, and wash the hands with warm water and soap. To Make to ^t on a gas-ring, got.ji Ninall jound of wire gauze and place over tlio ring. It will get red hot, Mid broad ran bo toasted with a fork over ...
ONCE MORE DUAL-PURPOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 8 May 1914
ONCE MORE DUAL-PURPOSE. Th dual-purpose will m>t down, :i!ui N-t for all its bobbing up here and lion md gibbering, it is nothing uioie 1 ii:tn ghoM. It is a half-way propo -.1 .i.p where none but half-way dairy will care lo stop aud J ox e time : n| onrv. A recent number of the " IVv. .1 .stocUman ami Farmer'' con ;.»in- contribution from -Mr. H. O. (.'oivii.', in which t lit? author coutrn vort> ^one uf thi* Matements ami reas onin^ made by *'Hoard^s Dairytnnn in on of its recent utterances upon this subjc Most of Mr. L'owan'* :»rti«• l».■ is a . '-hash of- amirnt history, but ho occa^ mally mail's a concrete state ment. Like all other advocates of this flt?Ium n, ho completely ignores the two basic objection:* lo the theory: —-(l; That ,t is a subversion of true bleed ing p tiiciples to attempt to unite pro titabl;. two :,uch opposing tempera ment? as the mill; temperament ami mi hoof ! •mporauietU; (-) that the pioduc tion i f Mich cattle is uneconomic, .-o far a: least as...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 8 May 1914
C.E. MILLER AND CO., FURNITURE REMOVERS AND STORERS. 7 COLLINS STREET, MELB. 'Phonos—S127S—9270. Lary«s iiiunbcr Vans constantly travelling country; we want hack loading. Write us. li' railing, consign to us, Spencer •Strool, and advise. Stores*, Brick-, subdivided in small rooms at current rates. Vans returning I'ruiu Warruam In-i I, Mori lake, Teraug, &lt;'amper dnv. n, ('olar, Lismore. during April. \ • i• - returning from AHmry, \\ .l«»nun, Uennlla. Knroa, dunm: April. \'ais- returning from Niiuiurkah, K&lt; iau-a, I'icola. Ilochester. lli-u di»n. early in May. Back Loading Wanted.
PERFUMES NO LONGER CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 8 May 1914
PERFUMES NO LONGER CONDEMNED. A Hume authority states that nor funics arc no longer consMerud con demned as effeminate. Bath crystals are among the more popular forma of perfume, us they arc refreshing ami. also soften the water. J'ublie taste now shows a btroug ten dency towards the mysterious accnt, »o that the old simple scents like violot, rose, and Jily of tho valley arc giving way to perfumos composed of porhaps as many as fifty different ingredients —perfumes, for instanco, like Shum-cl Neasim. . There is as much harmony and discord in perfumery as in rat/sic, Harmony in the toilet cau ouly bo achieved by tho uso of the same per* fuino throughout, while, in the mak ing of composite perfumes, the smallest grain too much or too little of any ingredient will cause as much discord as when a pianist plays a wrong note. 0, what wero skie# without tho stars* 0, what wero earth without tho flow ers? And what wero lif&lt;» without, tho lovo of friends? -Woathoney.
THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858. FRIDAY, May 8, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 8 May 1914
THE CRESW1CK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858, Kkiiiav, May 8, igi.j The IocmI council, Lit the instance o( Ci Mcl'hec, some time ano made a rcijucsl to the Minister of Lands that portion ol the area reserved as State forests to the south of the town be cxei:td in order that settle ment might be encouraged. Cr | Mcl'liee ayain brought tl.e matter fur ward at the meeting last Tuesday fit said that experts had been sent up and reported on 1I12 area, such report having been received by the council, but 5'; far n*> lit* km-w no n ply had been reatv-d finm lli-j responsible Minuter. U was an impouant malt cr, and he that all would atjrei? thai if pushed to a iiiccussful issue the cffcct would we 01 cunsideiable benilii to the town. They '.ihouM btin^ the mutter, more prominently under the uoticc of the Minuter. He moved \ thai copicj of the reports dealing witli the luiiter be sent through Sir Alex ander l'eucock to the Minister of forests, drawing his attention to the lerina of the report...
ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXXIII (continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 8 May 1914
ON GOLDEN WINGS ■ybj W. Howe!) Poel«.) CiUl'TIiK XXXIM (conlimiiMl.) Sha drew aside souio heavy curtains, aud found herself in tho largest room of nil. Tho walls wore furnished with quaint oid pictures, which arrested her attention. "My ancestors," she thought; "how merciless and sanguinary they look!" Many of the faces seemed to follow her, somo smilingly, somo reprovingly, from whatever .position sho regarded thorn. . ' As sho proceeded down tho room, her eyes still fixed upon tho walls, the heavy broastplato and helmet of tho men, tho Eliza bethian eostiuuo of the women, gave placo to the nioro modern toilotto. She stopped before a picture, last but 0110. "My father—how noble he looks, how good, how manly and erect his • bearing 1" _ She approached to rend tho. iiiscrip . " tion engraved on ajsilver plato beneath it: "lfiat justitia. ruat coehun." Sho approached unother painting, last of nil, and a low cry, as of recog nition, broke) from her half-parted lip>. "My mothorj" She...
Smeaton. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 8 May 1914
SmeatOTi. Mr David Pennycnick, senr., lias been seriously ill with heart trouble during the last week, hut in spite of his ad vanced ago (8M) he is gradually im proving, and his medical adviser is con fident that the old gentleman will ho about again in a few days. Another illness is tlmt of Miss Dolly Toose, whose condition on Wednesday was so serioUH that three doctors were in at tendance. Twenty local hoys were examined on Thursday for entrance to the rank.-, of junior and senior cadet*. Ilcing a robust lot, they all passed. Regarding the remarks in last Tues day's " Advertiser, " dealing with ob scene language on the football Held, all are agreed that the warning was op portune. The players of the local team :ire satisfied no complaint can be lodged .(gainst them in that regard. j
SPORTING NOTES. Coursing. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 8 May 1914
SPORTING NOTES. Coursing. ihosc interested in the success 01 ino operations this season of the Cteawick, Ascot and Kingston Coursing club are reminded that a hare drive will take place to-morrow (Saturday) morning, and the meet will be at Piercey s corner at 10 o'clock. Il.in intended to drive the hares from the open paddocks into thoao recently enclosed with wire netting by the chib, in order that they be preserved. It is hoped that a large number will take part in the beat. .Luncheon is to be provided for those assisting. Football. To-morrow afternoon will ace tho I opening of the football season of the Creswick and Allendale Association, and no doubt, given fine weather, the matches at Creswick and Smcaton will be well patronised. The executives of the various teams for weeks past have been very active in securing players and making final arrangements, and the public can be assured that no stone has been left unturned. So far this season the spirit of brothgrlinesss secm3 to exis...