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PIG-KILLING ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 May 1914

PIG-KILLING ON THE FARM. \i i.«, remarkable, "Pig l&ivcd<•r'* write-', how few 1'urnier.s kill and dres.s the pigs they fatten. Fat pig* are | taken alive to tho sab-yards, where two or three buyers present have already arrange*! prices and their J'e>p» ciive proportions to the yarding. Seine ar«' chary of trying to slaughter lor mar ket, not being sure oi tin- detail-. .-m il as tlio temperature. Vet with a th.r • it is an ea.^v thing to turn ell (1iv>m d pig# I'ln• w rit-r lias lorwarded numhej.s oi porker- to town, and lias had them ptirchavMl in tho auction room- l»y Millie ol the lead ing eitv butchers. The sinipb.-i manner ol' dt-aMni;; a pig lor sticking to u>e a pea ntle. Snoot tiie pi^. in :he ceiitie t>i" the forehead. \\ in n tairly hit tiie pi;; dvop* and may l>^ handled easily. h i.s m-ee-sary to he quick in turning n on its hack and sticking it. 'I urn the pig 'Hi i:.s back, hoJd the hit »e]e leg in the leit hand, pla<v the ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. THE METHODIST CENTENARY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 May 1914

CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. THE METHODIST CENTENAttY. 'l'liu concluding service of a very successful anniversary celebration in connection with llie Victoria Street Methodist Church took placc on Tuesday evening, in the school hall. The Rev R, Ditlerich, organising sec retary of the Methodist Centenary Thanksgiving I'und, had been secured to give a lantern lecture on " World Wide Methodism. " It was unfortunate from an attendance point of view that the weather became showery as even ine approached, but. nevertheless there was a fair number present to hear the Rev R. Dilterich's remarks concerning Methodism, and to sec the very fine lantern views of church heroes and historic places. The lantern was well manipulated by the Rev G. W. Harrison. Proceedings opened with a hymn, utter which there was a prayer by the Rev G. W. Harrison, who introduced the Mayor (Cr \V. P. Northcott) as chairman. The Mayor said lie was very pleased to lake part in the celebration. He spoke of the centenary of the c...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 May 1914

OBITUARY. The friends of Mrs 11 ay us, relict of Mr Thomas Hayes, one of Coghill's Creek's oldest residents, will hear with rogret of her death, which took place ou Tuesday, the 5th May. The funeral of deceased took place last Wednesday week, at the Coghill's Creek Cemetery. The funeral being a private, only the immediate relatives were present. The service at the grave was conducted by the Rev. l'"r. Walsh, ol Creswick. Sincere sorrow and regret was ex pressed at Allendale when it was learned that, Mr Percy Hryant (eldest son ol the late George Bryant), an old resident, had died at U'arrnambool. The deceased, who was 2j years of age, was a fine young man, full of promise, holding a very responsible pnsit'ipn with a leading legal linn it) that town. The early training he re ceived was in the shire hall, Kingston, where he was a general favorite with the public. Tho neglect of a severe cold induced pulmonary trouble, and his illness was of a lingering nature. SOliOSES LIQUID FACE L'O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 May 1914

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ALLENDALE GOLDFIELD. DEPUTATION TO MINISTER OF MINES. FAVORABLE RECEPTION. BORING OPERATIONS TO BE COMMENCED. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 May 1914

ALLENDALE GOLDFIELD. ' '» DEPUTATION TO MINISTER OK MINUS. FAVORABLE RECEPTION. BORING OPERATIONS TO BE COMMENCED. The residents of Allendale are to be congratulated on the outcome of their efforts to turn attention to the mining possibilities of their district—a district world renowned for the quantity of gold delved from the famous aurifer ous Berry lead. As a result of per sistent effort a drill is to be shortly sent to the district to test untried areas believed to be gold beariDg tributaries to the Berry gutter. Owing to the publicity recently given to the matter, it will be remembered that close oa three years ago, as a result of a public meeting held at Allendale, Sir Alex ander Peacock (the member for the district) approached the Mines depart ment with a request that an officer be instructed to report on the district, and this was acceded to. In August, 1911, Mr W Baragwanath, Government geological surveyor, visited the field and made certain recommendations, which were embo...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Kingston. RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Kingston. RAINFALL. We have experienced a much need ed fall of raiu, and it has been general throughout the whole of the district. Tilt quantity registered by Mr W. 11. Gore at the shire hall was 44 points on Wednesday morning, and 45 on Thursday, which _;ives a nice fall of 8y points for the 4S hours. A.N. A. The fortnightly meeting of the local branch ANA. was held on Tuesday last, and there was the usual attend ance of members. The president (Mr Clarence Rickard) occupied the chair. A large amount of routine business was transacted, and the following nominations were received for the different offices for next term:— '.'resident, Mr C. Rickard; vice president, Mr A. Iletherington; secre tary, Mr W. C. Beasley; assistant secretary, MrC. II. Barker; treasurer, Mr A. E. W. I'reston; committee, all the retiring members were re nominated; press correspondent, Mr G. J. Brinsden; auditors, Messrs J. A. Brinsdjti and J. Hetherington. EMPIRE DAY. The school committee is busy making arrang...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 May 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (l'ro 111 uiir S>i>i.'uiiil Curii'.'.fioiniuiit.) The cost ot living looms Ulpi. I" I - tuc, Ol every i'iny,>:ii, and loi thus, u'li.. have lu look ully to mit'nv .11 each I 111.i'i'.IM > n IV ItlklllS |>il"V » ,,.,.tmil. , Tlicr.. »..s s"»> •»!■>»* •'lll; s.»ri',.'sr, 5 it ■■!££ l.-i I'll''.' 'KrutH-iui.. It j . ,'1 . out. «1 l 11ii ■- I Hi.- »« I.V 1 ll.' i.SMH-i.ll.M.11. alld I! IH.' uiiuld l»e m> i" J"'.x , , en w i'.hunt. iiniiiy Ol' till' things 'I';'.1 arerc;-.irdcd us the ncccssarics ot J.U. I |;i|l|i:! \ . IlOW I V.T, tll.TU llll-S lH.'1'll ■> |,|V|l|i.illlVII ill tllL> ...MlllllllltlUIl Ml,h. iiir till. issue .'I l'i|s. "I.'Vi^Ltl llSI. 1111.1 jlli-t- >10"" '"J 11 -l i I 11II i IILT ;l. it luol.C.1 III- tllO °ll^" • ■ sun, 11,i'i... in -.ll- ni"»»i»K »"• li.'U.'V among iviail-Ts to get togethei lor 'in- purpose "I 11111111ti "I1 pi ice-. „„.i tUo «.iiM'.iu«'ta ov. i-i"'^i" 1,11,1V of ....it lilil.ll 11.Ivan.;.. Ill ali-roui...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Smeaton. APPRECIATED RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Smeaton. APPRECIATED RAIN. Beneficial rain has fallen. Since Tuesday evening no points have been registered. RHCOVKUINO. I am glad to be able to report im provement in the health of Mr D. Pennycuick and Miss Djlly Toose since last writing. SCHOOL INSPECTION. Mr R. Stephenson, inspector, visited the local school on Tuesday, and ex pressed himself as delighted with everything. Mr James Taylor, junior teacher, wis examined in " Art of Teacliina," arid gained a good report.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 May 1914

EXACTLY THE TIME mw, is ' <1^ a comfort "to "the aged ON GOLDEN WINGS 1B7 W. Hon.il] I'oola.) ClIAl'IKi: XXXIV. "MV TALK IS TOI,D." One link restored, wu rouiiiw The loug-lusi broken clnun. it- was nearly midnight era Eva, parting Uom Arthur, .who had roiurncu irom Durham much later than ho ex pected, retired .to her own vuuui, hut with tho joyful hope that ther woulu bo little diJlicuHy in establishing lier claims. . , ,, She had thought it hatter to inoti lion nothing to him of her juicvvicv with Alice, and as she lav m her moiu .er's room dreaming idly of a iutnio which only a fow days ago seoincU hopd?«L«iML<tory.-hcj- n»»mi ♦ . To thoso mornings, when she puiMuu her way in Bagley Wood, with. Arthur by her side, plucking sweet wild Ho" * ors, aud placing them idly in her hai, and fthou, when ho had left her, ami tho old man died—for her swtvW thoughts wcro not without much L>jt iterucs. , , , . . But thoroughly, fatigued at hist, Jiei wandering mind fors...

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Newlyn. M.I.A. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Ncwlyn. M.l.A. Jiliorls are to be made to re organise the Newlyn Mutual Im provement Association, and for that purpose a meeting is convened for Tuesday evening next, at S o'clock, in ihe hall. Il is requested that all those interested in the movement attend, so that the association can be put on a firm basis. Such an or ganisation is of great benefit, especially to the young people, and it is hoped that there will be a large attendance. CHURCH CONCERT. I'll continuance of the anniversary celebrations in connection with the with the Methodist church, a grand concert is to be given in the church on Monday evening next, when an excellent programme will be presented by Miss Trompf's Concert I'arty from Iiallirat; the admission will lie t/. A cofiVe supper will follow the concert, for which a a additional charge ol fid will be made.

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POST OFFICE COMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 May 1914

POST OFFICE COMEDY. High tragedy turned to romedy ami comedy tu farce at a post otlice in West Loudon recently. Shortly before live o'clock a young muii entered. In bis bund was an open letter, delicately perfumed, on faintly tinted.puperl The subtle fragrance oi 'the letter drew the attention ui' the cus tomer#, who noted also the somewhat agitated auglo of his hat uud a certain wildncss iu his eyes. Making' swiftly for the telegraph counter lie scribbled on form tu'ter form, crushing them in succession and throwiug them aside, l-'iuaily, with an air of sombro satisfaction, he throw tliu last form across tho counter accompan ied by a sixpenny pioco. The girl behind the counter picked up the form and read it quickly. '."Another halfpenny, please." - "Nonsense," tho young man said. "Only twelve words." "Thirteen," replied tho clerk. ''Tins —pointing with her pencil—"should be two.'' Unconscious of the interest taken by some half*duzon customers, the young man took up the telegram. "V...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 May 1914

v footballs BALLS MANUFACTURED BALLS MATERIAL, AND BALLS Uartlov Spucial, X., gunraiitoeQ, J «/t'T Hartley Spocial, (,'uurantoud, 13/0 Hartley No.J, ll/l> Hartley Selected, lll/li. llarlUA- Match II, 8/0. shrrriii 's "Australasian," 10/0. i'oni li it in 'h " Australasian," 10/0. Swale's " Australasian,'' 35/-. lion's '' Veribest,'' 1-1/G. , Don's Spucial, 12/0. .Match II., 0/0, 7/0, and 8/fi. Match 111, 0/-, 0/0, and 7/0. Youth's No. -1, Solid Ilido, Unnd Sown, 0/-. Youth'a No. a, Solid Ilido, Hand .Sewn, 4/-. Youth's No. 2, Solid Hido, Hand Hewn, .'!/-. Youth's No. 1, Solid Ilido, Iland British Association Socccr, 12/0 and 11/0. British Association Soccer, Slior rin's, 10/0. BLADDERS Olio Quality only.—Tlio Best. Size 0. Match II, 3/-. Ki/.o 0, 2/0. Ki/.e -1, 2/-. si7.o ;i, i/n. Si/o 2, l/t5. Size 1, 1 /.'!. Association, Mutch Sizo, 3/-. FROM SPECIALLY SELECTED FITTED WITH BEST QUALITY BLADDERS. KNICKERS Whito Drill, 2/0, 3/-. Blue Linen, 3/-. J)ungarco, 3/-. JERSEYS, Woollen, a...

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CARRVING FACILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 May 1914

UAliKYllKi 1'ACILITIE.S. r. j;. .Mill,-, an.i <,i ai; ('dlliiis .M•'IIm>uJ haveanc.x teil.Jve c:i||MII|', l>IIMtl'\v> Ml the Collll tn. Jih'l 1 lirii iitiniiiMj; ''iiijily \ans offer -jivriiil iiii'j111i• *n jtir the eonvey aiire ni 111i ni(1111' and *if all <!»• 11j1111'ii'i liom town to town or lo tin.' city. '11»«-y uml«'rt;tk<> Morale in .Mel bourne. :unl con- i^uinonth may he >,on\ to thcmi hy iail. Th*v ihIvoiUm' a li*>t ol eeiittes tioin which vans will ht» reluming omijly during May

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 May 1914

The /Marvellous Scvcn-in-Onc v\^7Y^ys-^ •***• »*4 Uiffanom+«. Ci«rlU THE UNION MANUFACTURING CO. 271 Hliubcth Slrcct, Mc 1 bonrnt

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 May 1914

In Memoriam. WALLIS.— In loving memory of my dear husband and- our loving father, Josiah Wallis, who departed this life May 13th, 1913 A painful shock, a blow severe. To part with one we loved so dear : Our loss is great, we'll not complain, But trust in God to meet again. Rest in the Saviour, sweetly rest. They miss you most who loved you best. —Inserted by his sorrowing wife and children. JAYNE—In loving memory of our dear father, John Nettle, who passed peacefully away on the 11th May, 1913. We who loved him sadly miss him. Though we know that God knew best, When he ceased his pain and suffering And took dear father home to rest. No one knows how much we miss him, Friends may think the wound is healed. But. they little know the sorrow Deep within our hearts concealed. —Inserted by his loved one?. JAYNE. -In loving memory of our dear brother, John Nettle Jayne, who died at North Creswick May 11th, 1913. We saw him suffering day by day; It caused us bitter grief. To see him slowly ...

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SPORTING NOTES. Football. CRESWICK AND ALLENDALE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. The matches to be played to-morrow (Saturday) are as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 15 May 1914

SPORTING NOTES. Football. CRESWICK AND ALLENDALE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. The matches to be played to-morrow (Saturday) are as follows : —   Newlyn v. Smeaton.   Dean v. Allendale and Broomfield. Crcswick, a bye. Matches will be played on the ground of the first-named club. The Creswick Football club has a bye on Saturday afternoon, and in- tend holding a scratch match at Leopold park. The team to represent Allendale and Broomfield in their match against Dean to-morrow will be chosen from the fol- lowing:—McDonald (2), Peart, Barker, Mitchell, New, O'Brien (2), Donnelly (2), Green, Murphy (2). Packham, Rowlands (2), Morrish, Appleby, Foley, Vague, Hitchins, Marks, Redman, Flynn, Rachinger, Owens, Jordan, Anderson (2), Calaby, Hobill (2),Lyons, Phillips, McGrath, Padfield, Miskin, Rickard, Brooks. The team to represent Dean in their match with Allendale to-morrow will be chosen from the following Bailey, Bell, Donnelly, Drury, Giles, Kelly, Martin, McKny, O'Bri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

CURES BY SUNLIGHT. t Lately (say* tho. "Daily Telegraph' »' in various parts of tlio world, doc*.">.s havo carried out experiments with a view to doveloping the application ol tho eurativo powers of direct sunhg'it. On tlio Coutiuent many hiuc-'^-os hiiW boon reported from tlio exposure of patients fiufForing from various it H"s af tuberculosis to Mm direct rays I tin hun, and the advocates of this form of treatincut, technically knov. u as hello thornpy, Miv that it is .sometimes pos sible to euro such a condition, even where great destitution of a tissue Ua occurred. Moro recently an Amiti o-an physician has been turning Jiis in tention 1<> iho etfeets of bright mm light on superiiciul ameers. Kxperi mentuig with that form of mahg.wui growth known as opithcliouinia. ii.:> investigator states :lmt ho has iniimi tho fociissud rays ai the sun a,s ciliou ciou.s as radium and X-rays. This new form ot light treatsieu consists in focussing direct sunlignt »>;: tlio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

Announoemonts NEWLYN m.l.A. A MEETING of all interested in re organising the above will lie held in the Hall oil TUESDAY, MAY lllth, at X II.III. A full altciiJancc i:; re ciueuted. •I. CONNORS, I (J011 .1. II. WILLIAMS, I veners. CHESWIGK FOOTBALL~CLUfT A MEETING of (lie above will be 1V. held at the Town Hall Hotel on THURSDAY EVENING. lilst INST., at 8 o'clock, when alarge attendance ol' members is desired. A. .IOIINSON, President. I{. C. CHALKLEY, Secretary. CRESWICK BRANCH A.N.A. rpiIK Half-yearly MELTING will L be held at the 'A.N.A. Hull on FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 2Jnd, at K o'clock sharp. Klection of Officer?. Or 'J'. A. Wilson will inslal I lie newly-elected officers. Lecture by the Rev. Clias. Robinson, H.A. Public cordially invited. K. KARGIIER, President. ARTHUR H. (IKOSE, Sccly. Great Australian Buck Jtiiii|i3n;; Show. 4 N EXIIIHITION ol' I!uck-juinping, /V RoukIi Riding, &c., on Horses, Hulloeks and Ponies will be given on Denny's Flat, opp. tin? British Hotel, on ...

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