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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

I YBGA Separator < > TL"\ m,1K,ra> h«n> of beautiful | i> o.-ii.utccc! mechnjilKiii ,noro "nA moro intonso ' thickcr^ C1"*am n°ws "-hlr.kcr and j And your hatilc baJanco r.ata tiireor 'and bigger and bigger Ami you chuckle quietly to your ' "';pn you think how little j mi paid for tho Ve^n, and bow many tlrnci, over ym have pot Your monry buck. X*riera of Now Model ,, , YSS* Soparatorn. 10 OM.—£."t/lr./; £S Oal.—£7; so Onl_-^£lvI5 K^ill pnrtlcnlaia Dopt K Buckeye Harvester Co., <3-W> ITIANCIIB ST, SmtiB. Kncrfctlo Aecatn Warned. !N sT!'nvi,\r; rnvn dkkss, toy YD;"it pock 1;r too i <. Vitl I P*v lli^ln-r Pile,...; f<>r Suits tUMl-T limit Mim<I I .!.•«[ .Strict:V l..r : sq fl I'll i lv 1 nil 1,11,1 l(,r -.i 3„ii •„ j nr.imr: nil my m.il./ials <ljr#.,-> Hum :)i,> miiMjUr,-: nr. <tll Suns (.m miv ou i /f/r.VS V'.i' /•Is. ,'j fViJL-, nru t)j. >•>9 Scrgr, W. H. BRUCE, THE PKOPLK'5 TA...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

AND CO., FURNITURE REMOVERS AND STORERS. 7 COLLINS STREET, MELB. 'Phone.-;—l)'J7S—'J2VU. l.-ai;,'o number V:ins I'onstantly ti'iiveUinir i'ountry: \\v. want back loading. Writo us. If railing, consign to us, Spencer Street, anil advise. Stonis, Hriek, subdivided in small rooms at. current rates. We have V.WS KliTUHNINti tu .MKI/HOHKNK — MAY AND" JUNE, IYoii:- - Corowa, Wannaralta. Bwialla, Bniuiitio. Mnryhnrowili, Hr.mil tcn, Campmlown. Ballarat. Ararat, Wan-apl. Hcalcsville. — Slicpiinrtun. Miirchisnn. — Back Leading Wanted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

rni>v. ltv., CORK MERCHANTS, AND SIIPI'IA HOUSE HOIV Brewers, Aerated Water Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, Bakers, and Refreshment Rooms. Correspondence Invited on AH Articles used in the above . trades. Noli' Address— 304 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE.

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER I. AN AWKWARD QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

THE — : MASTER PASSION. (BY UMAX JCMJCHTON.) CHAI'TEH I. AN AWKW.AIII) <vu:KSI II>.N . "What. 11 plasm; tin- B"'l ! . " claimed Miss UvaU;r/.<M\ wuh a Mr' "Three seasons in London. and no, < mv hands \*<'t! ' '-Tho house would U< dull yuou - without. hor, wouldn't ma am: lie would be no n.usie, no mimtv talk, ai nothing to ^vt>n v.snp a bu. M Parkinson, her <*oiifi,.i,,uua( humi. n had o kind mollo'i-ly It-an undi-iyi s exterior, and h>wd her misU^s * 1 plum _i!N imu:h as il sho ha<l lien* own child. "Kniivon us. indeed! AH I «a w p«w, and I should I... 1 !kiu!i 1 ut ^et it. Just run upstair.--. and Miw Ida is re.idy ; sin* >s sure t" n:i iin.Lf-;i-<lo;,:*:n ibing-- to 'f" a_t. *'*<' moment, and ij iw h>so -his ll'1111 shan't be l<" --tart till I .'-huh ' "i* ••[U-iv I mi,., niiii::.-." a s»; voieo vroin t h'< dnnt nay. "ui'h uothi to wail, for fun ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

Announcement*. METHODIST CHURCHES. SERVICES SUNDAY NEXT, as follows :— Victoria Street—11 n.m., Rev. Ilorton Williams; 7 p.m., Kev. G. W. Harrison. North Creswick—11 a.m., Mr Brenton; 7 p.m., Mr King. SiirinKmount—3 p.m., MrT. Harrison. Kingston —11 a.m., Mr Lane. Broomfii'ld—11 a.m., Mr IletherinKton; 7 p. m., Mr Lane. Allendale (Church Anniversary)—11 a.m., Itev. (!. W. Harrison: ;i p.m., Kev. 11. Williams; 7 p.m., Mr W. C. Brenton. Clark's Hill—3 p.m.. Mr Brenton. Smeaton—3 p.m., Mr King. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, CRES WICK. EMPIRE SUNDAY, at 11 a.m. BOROUGH Councillors, Citizens' Forces, Senior Cadets, and Fire Brigade have promised to attend, and willmeet at the Town Hall at 10.30 a.m. Announcements CneSWIGK HOSPITAL BALL. A MEETING of LadieB and Gcntlo-' men of the Committee of the above be held in the Hank Chatnbernon TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, at 7.30 o'clock. W. S. NORTIICOTT, Secretary. FOR SALE~BY TENDER. 'jpO lie Sent in by JUNE 1st One Oil Engine. j One HGin. Band Saw. One Chalfcut...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858. FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER | ESTABLISHED 1858, Fkiday, May 21, 19 i.j Empire Day will be celebrated to day (Friday) throughout the Crcswick district. Full particulars of the pro gramme to be gone through were given in our last issue. Addresses will be delivered iu the morning to the school children. In the afternoon sports for the juveniles will be held at the oval, to which a procession of councillors, school children, firemen, senior cadets, etc., will depart from the town hall at 1.45 p.m. The children will be entertained at refreshments at the oval. In the evening a grand biograpl; show will be screened by the local picture syndicate, the star picture b;ing "Death or Glory," a great military drama of the days of Napoleon. The musical selections on the gramaphone will be given by Mr J. A. Graham. The children will be admitted to the hall between 7 and 7.30 o'clock, the charge for admission being threepence. Adults will be admitted after 7.30 at one shilling each. On the fourth page ...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

OBITUARY. ■ :i: ; A very old and highly respected resident of the town, in the person of Mrs Roberts, licensee of the Railway hotel, Creswick, and relict of the late John Roberts, passed peacefully away yesterday morning after a short illness. The deceased lady, who was 77 years of age, was a native of Bodmin, Corn wall, and came to Crcswick iu 18G1. In 187.1 she had the Railway hotel built, and up till the time of her death was the licensee. Ilcr husband pre deceased her eight years ago. During Easter week the deceased contracted a chill, and although Dr Wilson had been in constant atteudauce she got beyond medical skill, and as slated above passed away yasterday morning. The sympathy of a large circle ol friends is expressed for the bereaved family of six daughters (two of whom are in the Education department) and two sous in their sad loss. The funeral will leave her late residence on Saturday (to-morrow) afternoon at 3 o'clock.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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COURSING. CRESWICK, KINGSTON AND ASCOT COURSING CLUB. CHAMPION MEETING. MR A. L. NASE'S NITROLENE THE WINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

COURSING. IB CRESWICK, KINGSTON AND ASCOT COUKS1NG CLUB. CHAMPION MEETING. Mil A. L. NASE'S N1TH0LENE THE W1NNEK. The counting season is onco more with us, and tho Grcswick, Kingston and Ascot District Club's most important fixture—tho Champion meeting—has been decided Despite the difficulty ex perienced on the first day in getting as many hares as were desired, it proved very successful. The Champion Stakes of the Creswick district club is looked upon as ono of the most important in the State, and to win it is the desire of very many coursing enthusiasts. This year there was an added interest, for the club's president (Mr A. L. NaBe, J. I\) had generously donated a very handsome silver cup (valued nl 25 guineas) as a trophy for tho winner, who also receives 100 guineas in cash, the other prize money being on a liberal scale as well. Very complete arrangements had been made for tho meeting. No fewer than 38 hares had been driven into the wire-netted en closure on the Snizort Estate,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

We went to the theatre thenther night, The acting- was good, the musk was bright; When we were cut again ill the street, Down came the rain in a blinding sheet. I knew that the ne.\tday I'd have a cold, So 1 thought a remedy good and old— A mixture 1 know that was safe and surf. None other limn Woods' Peppermint Cure,

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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MARKETS. BALLARAT STOCK SALES. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

MARKETS. ' J* ballarat stock sales. Tuesday. Fat Cattle—M5 cattlc were penned for to-day's market, quite 100 being good and prime quality. There was a largo attendance of town and country buyers, ,ompetition consequently being very brisk throughout. The market opened at fully 'last week's highost rateg, and values improved as Bales progreesed, closing very strong. Quo tations:—Prime pons bullocks, L14 to to L16; extra, to L17 15s; good, Lll 10a to L13; medium, L9 10s to L10 10s; best cows, to Lll Gs. Calves : 24 penned ; best forwards selling to LG. Sheep : S-110 came forward for to-day's sale, a fair proportion being good to prime quality, balance useful sorts. The market opened to brisk competi tion at a good advance on last week's rates, and as sales progressed values further improved, closing strong. Quotations:—Prime crossbred wethers, 27s to 29s; extra quality, 30s to 32s ; heavy weight*), 33s to 3tis; good, 23s to 2;w; medium, 18s to 20s; prime cross bred ewes, 25s to 27s; ex...

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BOROUGH COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MAY 19TH. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday, May 19111. Present :—The Mayor (Cr W. I'. Noithcutt), and Crs Tait, Grose, McPhiic, Gray, Kllis, Broom, Wilson aud Jebb. COKRKSI'ONDENCH. From Railway department (per Sir A. J. Pcncock), in reply to the council's letter asking that repairs be effected to the footpath leading from the entrance to the subway in Raglan street, stating that the footpath is on a public road outside the railway bound ary, and therefore the department is not responsible for its maintenance. Cr Grose said years ago the depart ment kept the footpath in order. The Mayor said the department constructed the footpath in the first place. Cr Ellis thought they might write again and point out that this had been done, but no action was taken. From Mr D. C. McGrath, M.P, acknowledging the council's letter regarding the proposed change in the mail route between Creswick and Newstcad, and stating he was still endeavoring to induce the Postal de partment to adhere to the original route. retorts...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

BEUHET OF CLEOPATRA'S WONDEIIFUL HAIH. rfi —• DISCOVERED AT LAST IN AN OLD MUSTY BOOK. PRODUCES STARTLING GROWTH OF NEW HAIR ON MAN'S HEAD AFTER TEN YEARS OF BALDNESS. In examining some of the old musty books in one of the Italian museums of antiquities, an American traveller accidentally noticed iu Latin the words "To grow beiutiful hair." A closer inspection revealed an old hair formula, and below it was noticed that it was the formula which Cleopatra used and to which Bile owed her wonderfully beautiful, long, thick, heavy hair, which had much to do with her being regarded as the most beauti ful woman in the world. Curiosity led the traveller to copy the formula, aud he gave it to a friend who had been bald for ten years. After some difficulty the friend got the formula made up with some slight modifica tions by a chcmist, and after using it six weeks his head became entirely covered with a startling growth of new hair. This so impressed him that he gave the formula to several me...

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Collision in Sydney Harbor. FERRY BOAT AND STEAMER. SOME EXCITING SCENES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

Collision in Sydney Harhor. KKRRY BOAT AND STFAMF.R. SOMF. F.SriTlNC, SCF.NF.S. Pawnfjcr'! on l he ferry steamer Kiandra nn I ho Mosman 10 Sydney run shortly before 10 o'clock 011 Tues dny morning had a sensation.il experi ence. The ferry was rounding Cremorne Point, when lite outward hound steamer Hnurlfit-M suddenly came into r.nr.tarl wit li her. The ofliceis of both wssels tool; prniupl action, which saved thn ferry boat from being ce' ''.two. As it wan, thn I'hndi:: w.v. sre.;-.!i:":l on the starboard quarter. All the upper j structure ami bulwarks from amidships to stern were smashed to splinters, The vessels cleared themselves quickly, and much relief was occa sioned when it was found that the vessel wjis not damaged lie low the water line. There was the usual big crowd of business people on the ferry boat, and when these on the starboard side saw thnt a cnllison was inevitable there was a wild rush from the danger zone. One man, who was reading a paper, took matters very cal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

VICTORIA insurance COY. LTD. Market Street, Molliournh. Chairman—Hon. Edward Miller. Fire, Marine, Accident, Workmen's Compensation, Live Stock nnd Ciunranto Insurance Hnsinee Con ducted. JAMES J. IIAVERTY. Secretary. Agent:—W. P. Northcott. Established iSfiS. 8. BRINSOEN and SONS general storekeepers HIGH ST., KINGSTON. Market Rate* for Dairy Prtfucs. Agents for New Zealand Fire and Marine insurance Co. Riiki taken at Lowest Rate*. AMERICAN HOTEL. C.T.A. HOUSE, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, ALBERT - STREET. . Term* Strictly Moderate. Cab* Meet All Train*. Telephone, 11. P UBLIC Directory on hand ; alio Bradahaw'* Railway Guide. T. HAINES, Proprietor. T HE RECOGNISED COMMERCIAL HOUSE. BRITISH HOTEL, ALBERT STREET, CRESWICK. A Fine Up-to-date Bostei.by, Containing Splendid Accommodation for Travellers and Others. Only the Best of Ales, Wines and | Spirits Supplied. 1 Firit-class Menu. Caba meet every train. Free Stabling. If. 1IJESON. Proprietor. fiwanston Family Hotal, SWANSTON .STREET, MEL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

First a Shiver, then a iGhill, and then will come the Doctor's Bill. We are 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 arc Showing : Men's Tasmanian Blucy Jumpers Men's Tasmanian Bluey Trousers, ios 6tl Men's Tasmanian Bluey Long Back Vests, ios Gd Men's Tasmanian Bluey Sac Coats, iys ud Men's Best Yarn Socks, made locally, is 8d Men's Best Fingering Socks, made locally, 2S Men's Extra Large Flannel Shirts, 4s 6d, 5s Gd, 6s Gd Men's Flannel Pants, 2s nd, 3s ud Men's Fleeced Lined Pants, 2s 1 id, 3s Gd Men's Fleeced Lined Singlets, 2s ud, 3s 6d, 3s ud Men's Warm Suits, 30s, 35s, 40s Men's Blanket Tweed Chesters, 25s, 30s, 35s, 40s Men's Mackintosh Chesters, 30s, 32s 6d, 35s, 40s Men's Oil Coats, in Black, Yellow and Brown, at all prices All Wool Travelling Rugs, 16s 1 id, 18s 1 id, 22s lid Boys' Bluey Knickers, best Ferguson's lining, 5s ud B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

RAILWAY A WD TRAMWAY RfiEW SHOULD USE MR. CHARLES ROCK, o! 42 C.ladrn K.i t Hrunmirk, 33 years in the MJUuri.c Tramway and 0.13. C'ornpuny, writer on J A 12 ;— CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " In December, 1911, I was laid up with pleurisy, so serious the doctor consulted another. For three days MY TEMPERA TURE WAS 104 DEGREES. MY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED OF, but ihrough taking the doctor's advice I live to-day. He advised my wife to get CLEMENTS TONIC for me, as ' there was life in that medi cine.' When he said, ' life in Clements Tonic,' they were the TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. 1 would have been in ;u} last resting place only for that grand medicine. Had my wife pai;' £40 tor the bottle she would have bad good value. I have seen a lot of testimonials aboui CLEMENTS TONIC in books and papers, but what I find fault with is that every writer has utterly failed to give a proper value of that medicine. (SitaeJ) CHARLES ROCK." ALL CHEMISTS AND STOKES SELL If. SKVKRK ('ASIC OF KOXKMA. OURfrD BY KKXONA...

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A 44-HOUR WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

A 44-HOUR WEEK. — Si Svdnev, Wednesday.—The pro moters of the proposed new trades union party have not yet decided upon an objective, but they have agreed to what they call a tentative platform, Tbis, they say, will be added to next week, but so far the programme in cludes the following planks: — A universal 44-hour week. A minimum wage to every adult worker of 1/4 J per hour, or a wage of per week, if employed on weekly engagements. Taxation of land values without ex emption. Any workman partially disabled through injury received while em ployed by State 01 private enterprise to be supported by the State (or life. Compulsory insurance of workmen against sickness or occupational diseases, contributions to such in surance to be paid equally by the three parties (workmen, employers, and the State), hospitals to be supported en tirely by the State. In order to ascertain the prices of commodities, boards or tribunals be constituted, and from time to time fix all prices. Wages boards and...

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SORDID TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

SORDID TRAGEDY. *—— George Henry Darling, a laborer, charged with the murder of his wile, Violet Mabel Darling, in a shelter shtd at Regatta Point, uear Strahan (Tas mania), on March jG, was on Wed nesday found guilty of manslaughter, on the ground that he did not realise what he was doing. The details were very revolting. The pair appeared to have quarelled in the shed, but the cause was not revealed. The woman was found immediately afterwards with her head smashed, bone and brains protruding, and her throat cut right across in a most determined manner. Prisoner then gave the alarm that his poor wife had been murdered. He was immediately apprehended Blood was found on his clothes and on a dagger, which he dropped on being handcuffed. He also made prevaricating statements. The defence was that an engineer named McGuioess, who was with them part of the time in the shed, had committed the murder in prisoner's temporary absence, because the woman would not yield herself to him. This Mr...

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BALLARAT PIG MARKET Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 22 May 1914

ballarat pig market Wednesday. Coghlan, House and Co. report :— Another fair market came forward for this week's market, comprising bacon ers, porkers, choppers, stores and young pigs. A full attendance of carers and trade was present. Baconera : The market opened to keen competition, and last week's high values were well maintained, best pent? making from £1 to £1 r>s to£l 7s, at which prices we sold for 15 vendors in pens of two to seven head; extra, £•! 8s Gd for two of Mr Graham, 12 of Mr \V. Loobey; £*1 Us lid for Mrs Howard and Mr Trigg: £1 Ids, Mr W. Kaye; whilst top price of the market was £4 10s Cd for three of Mr Newton; good pens, £3 13s to £3 IGn to £3 Jl>s Gd; others, from £3 3s Gd to £3 12s Gd. Porkers : Thecurera are still operating on best pens, which are selling at £2 lfis to £3; a few higher; others from £2 8s to £2 13s. Forward stores : The demand is still strong. Brat, £2 ;is to £2 10s Gd; others, from £v. Slips, £1 Os to £1 15s. Young pigs : Best, 20s to 2...

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