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Coursing. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

Coursing. Lovers of coursing arc reminded of the meeting to be held on Thursday eveuing, at o o'clock, at tlx: Cumber land hotel, Siucaton, in conrcclion with the Smeaton and Daylesford Coursing Club. A large attendance is hoped (or, in order that coursing fixtures for the season can be arranged.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSITION OF CLUBS. The positions of the various clubs for the premiership are as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

POSITION OF CLUBS. 'I ho positions of the various clubs for tie premiership are as follows Club. 1'lyd. Won. Lost. I'U. Smeaton ... ^ 1 i .) Cri'swick ... 1 1 () Ni-wlyn ... 2 1 14 Allumlaln ami ISroomtield 110 1 Dean 2 0 i! o Members o( I lie Cresirick Football Club arc notified by advertisement that a mcetiiij; will be held at the Towo Hall hotel on Thutsday evening, at S o'clock.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOLLY AND HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

HOLLY AND HOPE. SUxl. shvd and doad lit? ilm lluwois i hat orowned tlm Suninmr; Chill, how oil ill and .still, liv.s l In* laud that- Wmtor nuinhs. .S--o! not a Inv whore, in guldens dumb and dumber* Wiml-wiiippod and nipped,* diod Urn last i.-lu'ysiuUumunis. All'- dark; vol mark ulino a Jutk sunny, isthmus Dim muoti> a nil j^rim join?,; diih m>nk whore Spring lias soopo. .Jump with rosos stivun! who will m^Ii i.ir tln-o at Christmas:* I Lilly's luiv, wlvou days art' divar, tu plain lit,- world with Impel hilr and ju\ are rile; li» ai t It and hoarl Jot in the stranger; !**»«»r irn-n win the dunr uIkirv the ruddy ueloome ^lmv.«. All. i/.ieal and r-mall. In Urn Star may vt.'k llio Maugor; Near euoh. to clmer <-aeh. the Christ inas holly ;.;iows, (>'i ji as l\-a<v is m.h n when tin* llowers of joy ale over, llrct't lis when our fool down tlu» dark ways i;vope; Twine, then, the Shrine oi' the Ijsii that waits the rover; Holly, hy the Hahv lie who gave the...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Postal Information. Letters [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

Postal Information. —ili Letters Commonwealth, Now Zealand, Fiji, New Hebrides,British Solomon Islands, per i oz - Id United Kingdom and British Pos sessions, per i oz - - Id Other Countries, per J oz • 2id Letter Cards Commonwealth, New Zealand, Fiji, New Hebrides, British Solo mon islands *- - Id Post Cards. Commonwealth, New Zealand, Fiji, New Hebrides, British Solomon Island* • Id United Kingdom • Id Reply 2d Other Countri«9 - - l}d Keply - fid Commercial Papers Commonwealth, every 2 oz up - 5 lb - - - Id United Kingdom and other Coun tries, 2 oz. lid; >1 oz, lUd; G oz, 4d; ii oz, 4*d; 10 oz, [>J. Each additional 2 oz up to f> lb - Id Circulars and Printed Matter Only. Commonwealth, New Zealand, Fiji, New .Hebrides, British Solomon Islands Kvery - oz up to G )h - *d United Kingdom Fvery - oz up to5 lb - Id Books. Printed in Australia livery 8 oz - *d Not printed in Australia Fvery 4 oz - £d New Zealand, Fiji, New Hebrides, and British Solomon Island* Kvery 4 oz up to f&...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWLYN V. SMEATON. WIN FOR THE FORMER. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

NliWLYN V. SMEATON. WIN FOR THE KORMICR. ! This male!) was played ou the ) ground ol ihs first-named club Newlyu had their best team, while Smeaton played a few colts, the absen tees being Finlayson, Clohesy, Dilena, Mutton and Kelso. J. Dillon had charge of the game, and gave general satisfaction. On the bounce of the ball Merriman, Atkins and Yelland each in turn handled, and Mcllenry rushed off, but Williams took a hand and passed to Jock Kennedy, who played to Toose, the latter and II. Richardson forcing matters for Smeaton, and Toose got a free kick. Yelland nicely marked, and Mcllenry was again active. Smcaton's captain got the ball in the centre, and healing Atkins ran a nice length and sent the sphere towards goal, where "Burrie" Mitchell tried to mark, but the long reach cf Rid Richardson secured the ball and sent it back towards the centre. Crane now dashed in and took the ball towards the wing, but Mcllenry returned, Roger Kennedy marking the kick. Merriman in turn took t...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HAD THE ADVANTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

HAD 111 K ADYA.NTAGK. Young Mike 15r;*<ly had been eii^iigi d to ciiny tin- lunch urn to tho >hooimg party. * \Vhi!« the >pv>rtMnen were en joying their .sandwiehe>, on*.- «>i' them as'u<d it" h<» would Iik«* to have a .shot. "Miro, and 1 would!-' said Mike. A gun was loaded and given to him. He strolled "IV towards tho Ih'hU, but .saw nothing to shoot except. two cows and a donkey. A; hist he espird a sparrow silling oa i}i«» branch ol a tree. Miigin£ to the sun. Tito .sparrow saw him, hut continued chirruping merrily. lu Kar an<l trembling ihat tho bird wou:d lly oil before h>- was ready, Mil;' knell down on oiu> kiii'i- and took care iul aim. Still the bird Ming on. Hang! Alter a few hooomls of doubt Mike armed at the conclusion that lit- was right in .supposing himself to he Ihit on hi.s bark. Picking himself up. he looked at the tree. Yes; ihi? merry sparrow was still there, chirruping as happily as ever. "Ah. you...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

VICTORIA insurance COY. LTO. Market Street, Melbourne. Chairman—Hon. Edward Miller. Fire, Marine, Accident, Workmen's Compensation, Live Stock and Gunranto Insurance limine? Con ducted. JAMES 3. nAVERTY, Socretnry. Agent:—W. P. Norlticotl. Established 186G. 8. BRINSDEN and SONS general storekeepers HIGH ST., KINGSTON. Market RateB for Dairy Produce. Afftnt* for New Zealand Fire and Marine Insurance Co. ! Biika thken at Lowest Rate». AMERICAN HOTEL. C.T.A. HOUSE, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, ALBERT - STREET. Terme Strictly Moderate. C&bl Meet All Trains. Telephone, 11. I PUBLIC Directory on hand ; also Bradshaw's Railway Guide. T, HAINES, Proprietor. THE RECOGNISED COMMERCIAL HOUSE. BRITISH HOTEL, ALBERT STREET, CRESW1CK. A Fine Up-to-date Hostelry, fc* Containing Splendid Accommodation for Travellers and Other". Only tiie Best of Alea, Wines and Spirits Supplied. First-class M^nti. Cabs meet every train. Free Stabling. H. IRESON. Proprietor. Swanston Family Hotel, SWANSTON STREET, ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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SPORTING NOTES. Football. CRESWICK AND ALLENDALE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. ALLENDALE AND BROOMFIELD v. DEAN. LATTER'S SECOND DEFEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

SPORTING NOTES. n: Football. OKESWICK AND ALLENDALE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. ALLENDALE AN I) DltOOMKIELD v. DEAN. LATTER'S SECOND DEFEAT. The premiership matches on Satur day last were Dean against Allendale and Broomfield, and Netvlyn against Smcaton on the grounds of the first named clubs, Creswick having the bye. The winning teams were Ncwlyn and Allendale. A. late start was made on the D.-ati ground—Tippett Bros.' paddock— Allendale failing to put in an appear j ancc till about 4 o'clock, and the ball was not bounced until live minutes past four. The rules give the visiting team up to 3.30 to be ready for play, ' in default of which they are liable tn a j penalty of 2/G—rather a ridiculously low sum. The grass on the Dean oval prevents a good, clean ruo with the ball, and it was only on rare occasions that the ball was taken along in that mauner for any distance. On the whole the game was interest, ing to the spectators, the greatest fault b^ing too much crowding on the ball. Alten...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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THE VERISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

THE VERISTS. IH \vn>tk: opera J sUly my opiuiuii in iiium uncompromising terms; who ♦ \< r uishc.-. to improve his own or his Inflow-Men'* artislic ta-to, >hou!d :i(i- ; MjJutrly siiiin ii. IV.-le.-s io draw* dis tinctions. ;;itil >;iy that 1'ueoini i^ Mi ]11'i*i»>i" to I.■•oncavdlo; ho may be a ! more w ii v craftsman, hut iiis musir ; h;is ;;•> iitlh: -iii'.i. 'J Ji»• >ui'- j r. -•> made to Ma.^-a;;n i "> "L'avalirria , I! i: -.t loan.:" on '.he pUa oi "tempi ra- : iicnt,"'' "ill aniatic < -iii-y ami what not. lias dciiio a piodijMju.-. amount o! harm. which have hem aliuo-i irn-tricvah].. hut tor ih.« crax l'.--. %u «rcy uitii which a minority 01 imi.vc Jmvr- have protc-tid a^rain.-i that seotv and tiio eotin'.h s-> conntorioiK ol }vlit-* drama which it has begotten, trom .Mas-sWict's "La X.m arrai^e" to WoU-l-Vvvari'.s "(.iiuicili dellu Madonna' Wo haw x) much jiood music to stauly and to enjoy, tha: the Mvohd-raie | ouc.ht "to !»...

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

B I If B H First a Shiver, then a Chili, and then will come ,\ the Doctor's Bill. We arc out against the Shiver, the Chill, the Severe Cold, Pneu monia, and the Many Ills that follow. Every thing is warm and comfoi table looking at — Cushing's. — Here are a Few Lines that we are Showing : Men's Tasmanian Bltiey Jumpers Men's Tasmanian Bluey Trousers, ios 6d Men's Tasmanian Bluey Long Back Vests, ios 6d Men's Tasmanian Bluey Sac Coats, 195 lid Men's Best Vain Socks, made locally, Nil Men's Best Fingering Sock:;, made locally, 2s Men's Extra Large Flannel Shins, 4s 6d, 5s 6d, 6s 6d Men's Flannel Pants, 2s nd, 3s ini Men's Fleeced Lined Pants, js nil, 3s <kl Men':; Fleeced Lined Singlets, 25 mi, 3s Oil, 3s lid . Men's Warm Suits, 30s, 35s, -)ds Men's Blanket Tweed Chcsters, 25s, 30s, 3^:;, |os Men's Mackintosh Chesteis, 303, 32s (id, 35s, .|os Men's Oil Coaly, in Black, Yellow and Brown, at all prices ' All Wool Travelling Rugs, lbs 1 id, i.Ss lid, 22s lid Boys' Bluey Knicke...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. WORKERS ENTERTAINED BY PRESIDENT. PRESENTATION TO MR HART. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. WORKERS ENTERTAINED BY PRESIDENT. PRESENTATION TO MR IIAUT. So satisfied was llic Kcv. Father Walsh with the excellent Gnancial result of the Easter Monday sports that he issued invitations to all the workers counected with it to as semble at the R.C. schoolroom on Thursday and participate iu a social evening, as a recognition of his ap preciation of the manner in which they had carried out their various duties and brought the effort to such a successful issue. Needless to say the invitations were heartily responded to, and the schoolroom was com fortably filled. The interior of the schoolroom was tastefully set out in the form of a Japanese sitting room ; illuminated lanterns were hung from the ceiling, and the walls neatly decorated with ivy aud flowers, the whole making a novel spectacle and very pleasing to the eye. The first part of the cveDing was given over to a fine vocal and elocutionary pro gramme, which was greatly apprecia ted, and the latter part t...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVANCE AUSTRALIA! Music, "National Anthem." [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

ADVANCE AUSTRALIA ! Music, "National Anthem." Advance Australia, Happy Australia. God shield us all, That we live long to sing, (Jod save our gracious King, And all who dwell within Australia. May we true Empire be, Through air, on land or sea; All o'er the world. That we within Thy glancc More strength and wit enhancc, Tlisn all of us can sing Advancc Australia ! —\V. V. Arnold, Dean. The cultivators in the prosperous settlement of Mildura enjoy the unique distinction of being exempt from both income and land taxes. The holdings average 20 acres, and as the un improved value does not exceed ^"10 per acre, the exemption of £250 relieves the irrigated areas from the tax on unimproved value, while another suction the Act exempts (torn income tax all income derived from the products of the soil where the uu improved value of the holding docs not exceed five thousand pounds. Till such time as the land tax became law the fruit growers in many. instances contributed heavy sums in income t...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858. TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

THE CROSWICK ADVIiKTISLK ESTABLISHED 1B58, Tuksuav, May iii, 1914 The complete arrangements being inadc fur llie celebration in this dis trict of Umpire I Jay on Friday next indicates its fitting observance. Tlie celebration committee, will) the Mayer (Cr W. L\ Northcott) as president and Mr D. Steele as secretary, are working hard to bring about success, and given fine weather this should be assured. In the morning addresses will be de livered to the children in the several j cchools by prominent public men. At ; 45 p m- a procession will be formed »t the town hall, in which the councillors, school children, firemen, senior cadet: , etc , will take part, and the destination will be the oval. Here ' a Rood programme of children's sports ( will be decided, and the juveniles will b<: regaled with refreshments. For the eve.'ih'K's entertainment a splendid programme has iKcn arranged for. Tin' loca,' picture syndicate has been engaged, ano some splendid biograph views will be...

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MILITARY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

MILITARY NEWS. * A half-day parade of the Creswick section of B company, 71st Infantry, will be held at the Orderly rooms to-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon, when every man is expected to be present in full inarching order, so that uniforms and equipments cau be cheeked. The Creswick Senior cadets will parade on Friday afternoon (Empire Day) instead of Weduesday this week.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (I-Voiii Onr Spocial C'urrusjundontj. Tfttb iliu taiiuro or efforts to •lease by immigration lliu ],ovulation >i Australia to somuthinir l,l;o what U needed, it .should bo natural to exp,M:& Hint moro attention bo oivea to un ^ tesijrr;,, jz ncctum -.villi iuinut mortality, calculat «.<! to awaken tho indignation and eom I'i^sum ot the niu.-jt. callously iiulilt'orcnt citizen, ihero is .still u wavlo of valu able c/iilci jii'o tiiat is ivor^o than ctr'ftn n:d. Tlio ignorance and neglect, winch (uses ior iho Suite tho lives ol mnnv Jiilanls born under tho conventional conditions, is doylombio. Tlicro is no reason at all uiiy mothers, young or Ot lHM n i.-o, v>houlU not be •ucqiiainU'ti v.nh what is required to raise liealth.v children. KdiuuLion upon tho tjcli hues is rwidilv. ciioiigli obtainablo. l;ut Micit i.s tlii? indiij ei-imco, or luxinp.ss*, or j'.oneral Jaolv of initiative, that htiti 'lixil- of infants which liavo tho rjsjlst. to li...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australian Temperatures. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

Australian Temperatures. .J. — The variations in Australian tem peratures and the way in which these temperatures compare with those of other parts of the world are strikingly illustrated in a chart recently issued liy Mr H. A. Hunt, Commonwealth Meteorologist. Inspection of it re. veals several surprising facts. The temperatures Riven are the mean annual, the highest on record, and the lowest on record, observed in selected cities, tropical and otherwise. The highest mean annual temperature is that of S3.5 dep. recorded at Khar toum, hut the Australian town Darwin makes a very close second, registering nearly S3 deg. Thursday Island treads on Darwin's heels, a rung or two down the ladder with 81 deg ; while I!roome and Bombay are level, at just under So deg. Cairo, commonly thought to be so lint, enmi s a long way down the list, just above lirishane; while Mel bonrne, with fi mran annual tempeia tnre of a little over -S deg., is exactly level with Johannesburg. Australia heads the ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

J. T. SLOAN, HARDWARE & GENERAL IRON MONGKRY, ALLENDALE Moit completo and assorted etock Id the district of Hardware, Builders' Ironmongery, Hoofing Iron, Spouting, otc, Fencing Wire, Hinder Twine, Lubricating Machlno Oils, Oils of all kinds, Door Sashes, Cement, eto Explosive.", Kuse, etc Vaperhanginge, Oils, Faints and Colors, Glasses, all sizee Sporting Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, eto, etc. Low price to ensure ready sale given. Phoenix Livery Stables ALBERT STREET. Double and Single Bugglea, Ponies and Gigg. Cab Meets Every Train. Parcels, etc., attended to. Iloruebreaking a Specialty IRKSWICK l.IVKRY AND Having purchased the wholo n\ he above business it will in future br carried on by ine, and begs to solicit h continuance of the public's patronage. Customers can rely on securing first* class turnouts of every description; Civility and attention. CANNINGS J. Schonell until you are worse bcforo starting n campaign against disease. No matter how slight may be your indispo...

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Murder in Sydney. A WOMAN THE VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

Murder in Sydney. !K " ■ * A WOMAN Tills VICTIM. Nixon lan^, off Nixon street, Surrey dill*;, was the set ne of a ghastly murder on Friday night, A married womsn, Margaret Jane Kim;, of so') Crown street, had her throat i:ul from car to car, and died within a few minutes of the arrival of the ambulance. The perpetrator of the crime is still at large, hut as the police arc in posses sion of a close description of the sus pect, an early arrest is* contemplated. Mrs King, in company with her husband, rented a couple of rooms up to a few weeks ago. Family troubles brought about a separation, and a few day.1; l uck I be husband appeared before the court on a warrant for maintain ence. On Friday night he called on his wife, it is stated, for the purpose of getting his clothes. The two were overheard having word-;. After a few minutes King left, and walked down the hack yard. A few minutes later Mrs King came downstairs with her little daughter Nellie*, and told a neighbor that she was goi...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

A Nurse's Agonising Piles. —*——— ■ Zam-Buk Parfoctly Cures. Surely no stronger proof of 7.am lilt's power Id end the most distress, ins cases of piles need he quoted than the story of Mrs ][. Neavcs, the well known nurse of r;, Poplar Street, llilk, Sydney. '• Kor some time, " said Mrs Neaves, " I was r. martyr to blind and bleeding piles which caused awful agony. Thn inflammation and general congestion made my life a misery. Although I ex per im' 'ited with many so-called | remedies not uie of them g..ve me .u,y ease Then I commenced with Zam link, which quickly exerted its soothing inllucnce, subduing all inflammation and irrit.'lioii and easing the smarting burning pain. By persisting with Zim 1'iiilc I was entirely freed from the. terrible piles. '• On another occasion boils brol:e onl nn my body, /. unlink brought the inll lined lumps In a head, drawing out all li.,d in.nif r, linally healing tin' '"nres in 'i p ifect nunnei. " I stm.T'ly lernminend /liii-Hul: as an ideal house...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 May 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (.Ky "AmliroMiiL'."; Tin: ••L.nuu.i"' coin's to the K»lh»w in;; conclusion:. iiitvi" a chemical jinaly (it tweniwell-known toilet soaps:- To .summarise, the result* .*.!: o.■. :lij" lodet soaps on the in;!,!,. . a whole evidence a dc^feo r.\ ly -.Jul adapiabildy 1 *#r Unlet jiii«•:;(> ■>. wl;:r-h redound to tlio credit i!,|. .so;.p-m:;k *r. it is obvious iiUi'.icrn is, ^vmerally -;: • ';^!ii;', !'• ijn'I• ii i-it 11 u, io,j on a .-y.-.idn of control wide" .u.'Si.- • mil a standard pn.ducl <.ijn .• .! r. uniivnu ni... (irn?.-> l» ration iji repaid to luilct, soaps (Joes .•■ ■ L ;• ppea r to exist. Th • atide'.h: .v,U"l is less hr.ely • •b to temj'L.iiHiii than h» r v. . ;,i. 'to. , not- ;:o in lor athletic-*, oi J.>r. i)ndh-y A. Sar d..v(io: oi ievi at Harvard, aro »hc mmiH ot hies i , , j ' ■ , I, :;i;- i allied ii.iO Vil'lll^ cluiil 111*.1 civi'n.;\ h- j on- - ;« ani to hud an outlet ■ or (if* • ji.olit'ii.*. •■(.•> inneiv i) nnmao nature...

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