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WHY PILLOWS ARE HARMFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 8 May 1914

WHY PILLOWS ARE HARMFUL. "Vou are only ono out of miliums," said a West iind physician to me (writes u v°ntributar to u London paper) when 1 cotnplniued that my night'* .sleep seldom proved completely resotraiive. "Wry few people know how to sleep properly. Almost every ouenlitkes 0110 mistnKe or another wiih regard to he'd, bedclothes, or pillows, and some of theso mistakes have seri ous consequences. Tako the old-fa*h oind bjl&ter surmounted by a pillow, <»r what is almost as bad, one pillow on op of another. Somo people I know use even three pillows. When one. lies on the buck such an arrangement tips up the head, comprising the blood and lymphatic vessels of the neck, and preventing the return of waste matters from the brain. The brain lie.s nil night in a bath of nerve poison, and n»> wondor it is heavy and dull in tho morning. liut worse still, this attitude promotes .spina) curva turo. In the ease of young growing people it may permanently deform the spi...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMAN CONDEMNS SMOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 8 May 1914

WOMAN CONDEMNS SMOKING. 1 "1 haven't- much putieiifo with the! I people whu object to smoking, becau.se I it is 4 unladylike,' " (_aavs a Lou-Ion | writer.) "Cycling lor women was, * unladylike' not very long ago; so was i I tho wearing of tailormado coats and. ! skirts! For a good many, years, the !'nice girl' never waltzed. She oaly : danced polkas, (juadrilles, and so on, | I and left waltzing to the kinfl of poo | plo who did bunny hugs and turkey I trots a season or two back. What you '.call' 'unladylike* -really depends very much on the year in which you vrcr«' born.M • The writer then goes on to state, her real reason; for disliking* smoking, becautH' • whou utrong men wish to g^t into tho pink of condition—-boxers,'foot ballers, and forth—-they nearly always give up smoking. wWell, l^thiiik tlie.v ought toknow | what they are. doing. .1 think that a i habit whichr, eoufossely, doesu't help "to build up the organism of a football champion HT* mure thau likely to do downright ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OF RURAL INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 8 May 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST - llij "Kutiicus.") I iii# notion o\ ih*> Jj»nds uiq Mui^ler ol Af.;neuiiuru in thu oi taking sU'Ji.i to cIkoU tho till O.Ills I>1 tilC pest Ulluwil H.S St. .John',, Wort in the JJceehworih und r.nghi districts is timely and necessary. Very largo areas ok valuable country ..io bumg devastated. In order to » opo n it h the pest ami hold _ it in ek, the MiniAei.s ha\o decided to ;.>k 1)10 co-operation oi the municipali ties toncerned in iirst oi all ascertain" mg tho aeLtial area inleetcd, whuthor i .j. privately held, or is on pub- I j.(, mads or Grown lands. lmniedi ilit- inhumation Irom the muni i .ji.dit-ie.s is received olliocrs will i.o »>ent tip to complete iho investiga ;i(Iii as to the intveted area. At tho tunc, ollio'i:, ui tiie Agriculiu i.i! department will bo told oil to in \'«st galo and report on tlie proper re in he adopted, Un receipt ol ,nl iho information the two Minister* f, 11 Mibm.t recommendations to tho C.»lntio-.. . . Hie hope ol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 8 May 1914

j i;r^' lift 11 l»y ;lm m tl;. . •I -i m . Il"i t In ri «;i ul i il.'ll i | Mil • ; II. K:uti'in.«n . Ii !ai;vly t«. hi inn l;'n^ I' " i«' |>:nl.» |(i| 111,. 411»v • 111 [ i III (•! ] ( i,l mi <• in any country^ INSURE WITH THE ASSURANCE GO LIMITED. roil FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' I LIABILITY, WORKERS' dflMPEN . . . SATIUN INSURANCE. ACTIVE AGENTS ' WANTED ! "iii,iii'. .mm ukh.'i.si.ntkd. '•'"II I '.l i i N il!;, i -, oil :i|.j.li.-:il ion iii DALCETY a CO. LTD., .MI'XNUl'KNK. (.Maniiijurri i'ur Victoria.)

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 8 May 1914

TOOHEY.—In loving remembrance of my dear wife and our loving mother, Bridget Toohey, who departed this life at Creswick on the 7th day of May, 1891. RIP. I have lost my souls companion, A life linked with my own ; Day by day I miss my dear wife's footsteps As I wander all alone. Oft times our thoughts do wander To the one we love so well ; Absence makes the heart grow fonder, how we miss our dear mother none can tell. ~Inserted by her loving husband, Bryan Toohey; sons and daughters. KEEN. —In loving memory of my dear husband, George Keen, who died at Creswick on 9th May, 1909. Gentle in mind, patient in pain, My dear husband left me, Heaven to gain. With actions so noble, generous and kind. Few in this world his equal could find. Not gone from memory, not gone from love, But gone to his Father's borne above. -Inserted by his loving wife and family.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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ALLENDALE DISTRICT MINING LEADS. GEOLOGICAL SURVEYOR'S REPORT. CONSIDERED BY PUBLIC MEETING. REQUEST MADE FOR DRILL. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 8 May 1914

ALLENDALE DISTRICT MINING LEADS.   GEOLOGICAL SURVEYOR'S REPORT. CONSIDERED BY PUBLIC MEETING. REQUEST MADE FOR DRILL. In the "Advertiser" of the 28th ult.     we published a report furnished to the Mines Department by Mr. W. Barag- wanath, Government geological sur- veyor, in August, 1911, of an inspection he made of the Allendale district, in   which he recommended that boring be carried out on four lines to discover reef washes and tributary leads running into the famous Berry gutter. A difficulty had been experienced by the Allendale residents in obtaining the report, but after much difficulty it was furnished by direction of the Minister of Mines, who was on a recent visit to Creswick taken to Allendale by Sir Alexander Peacock, and interviewed by Mr D. McGrath, J.P., the chairman of the public meeting that had moved in the matter. For the pur- pose of considering the report, a public meeting was called for Wednesday even- ing...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 8 May 1914

SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, May 7. Present—The President (Cr C. Faw- cotl), and Crs Leishman, Yates, Ander- son, Fletcher, Rickey, and Taylor. ACCOUNTS The following accounts we re passed for payment:— Salaries. £37 18s -4d; Owen Jones, £12 12s 3d: Wm Johnston, £11 12s 7d; It, Stephenson, £5; Jos. Hetherington, £44 0s 6d; Jos. Rickard, senr., £38 15s; P.Corcoran, £13 4s 9d; Wm. Owens, £3 14s 1d; Thos. Kelly, £4   16s 6d; J. J. O'Keefe, £4 5s 9d; Jas. Plozza, junr., £17 19s 6d; Wm. Rickard, £22 6s; Wm. Kennedy, £18; Nestead Shire, £1 6s 9d; Wm. Cosgrave, £5; charity vote, £54 2s; "Creswick Adver-   tiser," £4 7s 6d; Johannsen and Son, £19 12s 11d; Public Health Board, £2 2s 6d; J. A. Brinsden, £5; W. H. Gore, £2; S. Brinsden and Sons, £4 11s 5d; E.   Mizzeni, 6s ; W. Winter, £2 19s; Country Fire Brigades' Board, £4 6s 3d; H. E. Miskin, £1 17s 6d; S. J. Coyte, £1 4s 8d; paysheets, €30 17s; John Russell, £12 5s. Total, £386 7s 9d. CORRESPONDENCE From...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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CLIP THE UDDER. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 12 May 1914

CLIP THE UDDER. Tl i* not- uncommon anion" dairy cows to timl tho udder covcrcd with n dense growth of long air, which, al though it may bo ot some protection to tIn* udder, iKViM'tli^loss, irom th»» standpoint 01 sanitation and comtort to tho cow during milking, is a detri ment. Under ordinary farm condi tions tho hair is generally cj\orcd with tilth, and oven in tho best kopt dair ies, unions dipped, will collect homo dust and Jiltn. Furthermore, bccaubo of tho location, it is highly probable that some hairs will iind their way into tho milk pail during milking. In order that such conditions may not occur, ihose hairs should bo clipped close ouco or twice oach year, thereby pivveuliug collection of iilth, and per mitting greator ease in * washing tho nddei . It has been my o„\-perio»i'u that "kickers'* are also developed when breaking heifers to milk bccaii.so <»1 these long hair*. When tho milker grasps tho teat during milking the surrounding hair is included, and with...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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LIQUID MANURING. THE BEST SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 12 May 1914

LIQUID MANURING. Till-: tSKST SYSTEM. "About Dine years «go,M a ourr** poudent writoe us (th» N.Z. Dairy man), "wd reaolved to tost tho prac tleal working of a plan biiggefcted by thi* journal, which it. seemed could ba in.ulo wiieco.vuul, and now, alter throa full years in us®, wo aire ready to report that with us the nystom is hal isluetory and accomplishes tho objects >ought. "\Vc iir&t dug a eisteru ouUide tho cowhouse, where all thy gutters would open dir<-ctly into it. ii was made 10 feet deep, 11 feet wide, aud 30 foe t long, aud is used for 3U cows. It wo were to maK'y any change we would mako it larger, as tho longer tho manure remains in it tho better it liquidises and the easier it handles. Wo would recommend UO cubic feet per oow for each month cows are housed during the year, into this pit. all tho ma nure, both solid Mid liquid, is putihod with si .shovel, care being taken to Ucrp hay and bedding out oi tho gut t-'is as much as possible. If tho gu...

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COMMONWEALTH AND MONOPOLIES. MINISTERS AND TRUSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 12 May 1914

COMMONWEALTH AND MONOPOLIES* — ;v MINISTERS AND TRUSTS. Whilst members of the House of Representatives have been talking, loug and loosely, of many things, householders have been concentrating their attention on one—the increased cost of living. Mr Knibbs, the Com monwealth Statist, tells U3 that the first three months of iyi4 saw yet another rise iu the weekly bill which the wage carnc.r and his wife must face, unless they arc prepared to forego some of the comforts that they have been accustomed to regard as accessaries. Since that, the grocers have come to some sort of understanding which further swells the week's accounts; the butcher's charges are higher, and the cold comfort olTered to fathers with their quivers full of healthy, hungry children is, that to-day's priccs arc low compared to those the future will bring. As regards meat, Labor asserts that the rise is due to the machinations of a Trust. On Wednesday, Mr Groom, Minister of Customs, speaking to the ceusurc motion fa...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 12 May 1914

OBITUARY. Mis Iladley, wife of Rev. J. II. j Hartley, Methodist minister, who was J statioucd in the Crcswick circuit a few ■ years ago, died ou the 2nd inst. The rev. gentleman now resides at Toorak. , The death occurred on Thursday 1 last of Mrs I'attinson, wife of the Rev II Pattinson, Methodist minister at Ararat, who was in the Creswick circuit a few years ago at the same lime as the Rev J. II. Iladley. Referring to the demise of Mrs I'atliiisoii, the " Ararat Advertiser" of Saturday last ha" lU" following;—" Dee" pres«<"' •' , legret was ex mroughoul Ararat and district on Thursday last when the sad news was circulated that Mrs I'attinson, wife of the Rev II. I'attinson, pastor of the Anrat Methodist Church, had passed uway shortly after four o'clock that morning at the parsonage. The deceased lady, who had reached the age of 57 years, was a most prominent worker of the church wherever her husband was stationed up till a few years ago, when her health failed her, an...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 12 May 1914

Announoomcmta. rjiOWN HALL, CRESW1CK. WEDNESDAY, MAY la. The AI'I'ALLING ROMAN TRAGEDY, So Vividly Described l>y Lord Uuhver Lylton, THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII. Presented on the World's Moat Collossal Cinematograph Conception, OVER 7000 FEET OF BEWILD ERING SPECTACLES. Depicting Life in the Historic Roman City at the height of its Voluptuous Splendour. The Final Scene Showing TIIE DESTRUCTION OK POMPEII. Stands Unequalled in the Realms of Pictorial Presentation. Adults, Is, Children, (id. LOYAL SPRING HILL LODGE, a.o.o.F. rpiIE Fortnightly MEETING will X be held in the Rechabito Hall on THURSDAY EVENING, May 14th, at 7.30 o'clock sharp. IIY. BOWLEY, Secretary. A.W.N. LEAGUE. SMEATON BRANCH. A CONCERT und DANCE under the J~\- auspices of the above will be held on FRIDAY, 15th MAY, at Sp in. Double Tickets, !»s; Single Tickets, 2s. E. CHARLESON, President. L. C. ANDERSON, Secretary. /"IKESWICK, KINGSTON & ASCOT \J COURSING CLUi>. HARE DftlVE, All persons int^vfsU-d in lh»»...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 12 May 1914

Miriific NEWS. South Berry—lJurini; luiit two days water atoned lumiiug from old work ings, Nulliing fresh other parts.

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THE LUCERNE-SOWING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 12 May 1914

THE LUCERNE-SOWING SEASON. '"Kvery tvhcat grower should have lucerne on his farm if he has a suit able piece of land at all," haid a well known tanner not luog ago; hut in saying that he must not be regar 1> I as suggesting that overs* ifirmer should grow lucerne hay lor tIio metropolitan market, for a little .study of tho sta tistics of tho crop shows that it docs not require a very largo increase in production l*» depress prices to tho unprohiablo poini. lncreao 111 the area under lucerne has been aehioved in the past ten or iitteen years hy a scries oi advances and retreats. JJe uvcen tho yeais liMa and 1«.)U), for instance, there was a steady inercasj from -i:i,oUU aere> ot lucerne lo O'J.UUU acn s, t ho high prices offering lor hay during llKJS no <loubt inducing; grow ers to e\iend. The increased pro duction in liMO, however, aided bv a good seiiMiu, nduced prices, and thus alii eted the sowings in 11)11 and 3iJJ1?, tor in the latter year the area fell to UIUK...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 12 May 1914

•IUST WHAT YOU NEK P. Enxo-Tonic Pills can he taken at nil times and under all conditions by both young and old alike without the slight est risk and without danger of un pleasant after ellVcts. J.axo-Tonie Tills assist t lie processes of n-iture, KiVe rc' • i' i° >° f0'"1, rp|llov'»K exhaustion, sick lieadaciie and many other ailments, l.axo-1 oiiic 1 ills area popular pill at " popular price. Obtainable at-every M\ss Vida Goldstein will af;nin contest Kooyong. SOKOSKS LIQUID FA OR POWDEU is found by experts to be a perfectly in valuable preparation, and a decided im provement o„ |)„. old-fashioned dry powder. The medical profession re commend Soroses I.i^md Powder because it Improves the appearance and acts as a shield to the delicate skin against wind, dust, smuts and the hot sun I'rice 2s Cd per bottle. Obtainable from Miss M. Wall, Draper, Creswick. Several hundred pounds' worth of Roods, represent in;; portion of the s s. Afric's cargo, nre reported to have been stolen in M...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 12 May 1914

WHY YOUR ST0IT1ACH HURTS. ». - A DOCTOR'S COMMON-SENSE AD VICE. I'ain in the stomach, variously called indigestion, dyspepsia, flatuleuce, heartburn, stomach-ache, etc., i3 usually attributed to sonic unnatural, abnormal or diseased condition of the stomach itself. Nothing, however, could be further from the truth. Nine teen times out of twenty the stomach is absolutely healthy and normal, the pain and discomfort being entirely due to the acidity and fcrtnccstauon o( food which irritates and distends the stom ach;* although if this condition is al lowed to run on, in time the constant irritation of the acid is likely to cat into the stomach walls and produce ulcers and sometimes cancer of the stomach. Medicine is useless in such a caso. The acid and fermenting food must be removed by a stomach pump or an emetic, or you must neutralise the acid *nd stop the fermentation by taking hall-a.teaspoonful of bisurated mag nesia in a little water. This latter is by far the simpler and safer ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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THE SHEARING RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 12 May 1914

THE SHEARING RECORD. "^orhslui" a>k- w tin lmI<U 111 ♦ > ii <"'i(i t«»r luiii(l-sln;;iiin;i in Australia, a in I who tin* macliin.' nconl. al-o wlia< tln-ir l>o t .laily tallica ai<- an<| ?t..» mm-h tli«.*y civi* per 100 shcfji Tin- r< <•<>r<) lor liaml->li-arin^. uaJ made in JSHJ I>y Jack llowe at Alic Downs ((,».), wlu'Ji lie •/.ot through tf'Jl •Jiecp in J»our>. This still .stain!•>. hi thf hum,' year .inn I'nwcr, at Ha ronya. shoiv Ulo with machine. Tins latter i«eurd was heati'ii by Dan Coop r m liUO at. Uutidorau, Richmond <(,).), njtL -iJ*'. 1 n tli'* contest for the "shearing championship oi' th- uoild," at .Sydney, in HM1, Cooper won hum Kul Day. the Adelaide <-jiain|>umi, As the shearing rale i.s -I/ per JCK). ami a "linger" will av»Ma^v nearly 'J>0 a <lav in a .season the «-xt<*nt of hi*, season's cheq...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 12 May 1914

First a Shiver, then a Ghiil, and then will come the Doctor's Bill. Wc are out against the Shiver, the Chill, the Severe Cold, Pneu monia, and the Many Ills that follow. Every thing is warm and coinfoi table looking at — Cusliing's. — till om 1^1 iiiiivic «.'u ngciing Socks, made locally, 2S large Flannel Shirts, 4s Gil, 5s 6d, 6s 6d Pants, 2s I id, 3s ml Here are a Few Lines that we arc Showing : Men's Tasmanian Blucy Junipers Men's Tasmanian Blucy Trousers, 10s 6d Men's Tasmanian Blucy Long Back Vests, lus 6d .Men's Tasmanian Blucy Sac Coals, lys nd Men's Best Yarn Suck';, made locally, is 8d Men's Best King Men's Extra Large Men's Flannel Pant Men's Fleeced Lined Pants, 251 id, 3s Gd Men's Fleeced Lined Singlets, 2s Md, 3s 6d, 3s lid Men's Warm Suits, 30s, 35s, 40s Mcn'a Blanket Tweed Chesters, 25s, 30s, 35s, 40s Mca's Mackintosh Chesters, 30s, 32s 6d, 35s, 40s Men's Oil Coals, in Blar.k, Yellow and Brown, at all prices All Wool Travelling, Rugs, 1O3 nd, i8s lid, 22s lid Boys' Bl...

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Smeaton. A.W.N.L. CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 12 May 1914

Smeaton. A.W.N.L. CONCERT. Complete arrangements are being made by the officers of Smeaton branch of the Australian Women's National League lor their grand concert and dance, lo be held on Kriduy evening next, commencing at S o'clock. The programme: will be an excellent one, and will be contribut ed to by the best of fiallarat and district talent. A dance will follow. The prices of tickets will be as follows: — Double, 3/; single, a/.

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