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SOME PROBLEMS IN WHEAT FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

SOME PROBLEMS IN WHEAT ! FARMING. (Written sprcuilly for I'unnors1 (In zeMtT' by J . II. Kolslmiiiii.'.) Dr. Patterson's research work prov/'d that ili« application of MiperphoAplnue* id t'ho wheat areas not only supplies available phosphoric acid, but at the same time stimulates the nitrifying buctorin in the soil to increased v 11 ergy. Tito .system adopled in tin; norl!i<rn areas ol fallowing tin; land is carn.d (i\M, bv formers in order to provide two .wars' nioistnre lor one year's crop. I'liH fallow system aNo brings alnr.it tho preparation of nil rates m the soil. Tho two chief agencies at work in tins prej)aration are .the aeration oi sod and the sun\ heat, which, in a motsi. .sod, promote great bacterial uctiviiy, more especially if organic matter is present in suJlicient «jnan«ity. The dry tallowing system Is a modi fication ol the Ijoi's Werdou .system. In the Loi's-Weedon system, the land al't-r being properly prepared by plough inn, «'«s sown in strips. VJ I ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858. TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

I THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858, , 'I uesdav, May 26, 1914 The stirring war picture, "The Battle of Waterloo," is to be screened in the local town hall on Friday even ing next, by the Crcswick Picture Syndicate, and patrons will have the opportunity of witnessing one of the greatest moving pictures ol the present day. a picture that is an education in itself. Writing ol this great film the "Age" says:—"From fust to last the closely-packed audience watched the development of the tale of the great 1 day of June 18, i S15, as told upon the scrC;:Dj with absorbed attention; an interesting incident to the obseiver being the applause greeting the appearance of the pictures of the vanquished Jimperor, as well as those of Wellington and Bluchcr—an indi cation of the nice appreciation of the greatness of Napoleon, apart from the circumstance that he was for so many years a foe to England, and, on this particular day, suffered a crushing defeat." No one should miss seeing the scree...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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KINGSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

KINGSTON. Empiro Day wan rdcbratni J' ri day with the usual Kiithusiafun. 'he school asscinbk'tl at'J.IK a.ni, hfssunu, | addresses and songs of si patriotic nature were given, the National Anthem and diluting tho flag forming an important part. The scholars wore dismissed I early and re-assembled at 1 p.m., when addresses were delivered by Captain I'arkin and Mr. .Inpp. Afterwards an adjournment, wag made to tho Me chanics' Institute, where a sports pro- i gramme was gone through. The first I item was a bicycle road race for old boys under IS yearn. There were eight competitors, and Hidge Uickard, who was on the limit, proved tho winner, with Jack Hunter following closely. The present buys' bicycle rare proved an easy tiling for "hilly" SVilmott, Martin Kane being nccond. Tho prizes for the pedestrian events for both boys nnd girls were well distributed, every child being the proud possessor of some* thing tangible to remind him or her of the day. At X p.m. the ladies had everythin...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ECONOMICAL BUTTER PRODUCTION. RESULTS OF TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

ECONOMICAL BUTTER PRODUC TION. IUvSI LTb <H' 'J'RSTS. Nil" 11 ;ui5?»f>n, director of tho Do* jinr.iH'in til Annual Husbandry in ill--' •S\. > ill- h < Vmral Jixpenmoiit Station, wi.o li.i.. < !•'.-,• iy .-:uuic<l tho lai^u ma i-i :al provided by lip' row Uvstinj; «s :o< i;:i'un>, sum> up tho 7iHh report as n>iii;v.'c : - - --"As ro^md-i tho variations in t!*•' cnuipostiioii of tho total nolids of lh** milk. J. '-Tli.it in all normal milk, with I In* .-auto Jul. purceuUa£»>, thg I'al al w;:y ■; lonns th.\ saiuo por<vntnyo of I bo U»;;il Mil id s of tho mdk. h tlm la pi <•. drops in tho milk, tho fat ';iii» ili«- tot 111 soljtIs i.isu drop-. uuwii, .->o ill,-u when ilu» mdk 1 •;> "J p. j- cent. it only is por C":ii . ot the total soiid/i. If tho jat -Ma;;.' of tiio in ilk rKo« that in :•••' .-olid, ;i'mj rio.s,* up, .so thai v. :a ii p r cnil, milk it amounU t«l i-i p :• t- iil. of tho...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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MINING NEWS. BORING AT SPRING HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

MINING NEWS. . BORING AT SPRING I-IILL. The first Ijcjte between Spring Hill and Forest Ilill, near Mr )•'. W. Everard's, having been bottomed, the drill had beeu removed to a site 20 chains south, on the Creswick to Kingcton road, and boring operations have been comuienecu :?! this spot.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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CRESWICK QUARTZ G.M. CO [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

CKKSW1CK. QUARTZ O M CO Driving operations art: being con tinual at the above company's mini: at Nugnetty Gully, in iiii; Indies of stone | both north and souili. A crnsliin-_; i?! shortly be put through al llu Govern ment battery at Creswiclt.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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ALLENDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

ALLENDALE. The local celebrations wero success fully carried out on Friday. At 1 o'clock the children attending the State and the R.C. schools were assembled at the State school grounds, and were put through some drilling exercise? by the head teacher (Mr IS. J. Grieve) and his staff of assistants. The flag was saluted. An adjournment was then made to the Recreation Reserve, when a programme of sports was gone througn. The ladies supplied an abun ance of refreshments. In the after noon about tt.30 o'clock. Sir A. J. Pea cock, Minister of Education, came to the reserve with Lady Peacock, and received a hearty welcome. The child ren were all lined up, and the head teacher (Mr Grieve) said it gave him great pleasure to introduce to them Sir Alexander Peacock. Sir Alexander, in acknowledging the hearty welcome, said he could assure them il gave Lady Peacock and himself much gratification to be amongst them. As Minister of Education he was a father to all the children in the State. He ad...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

SOKOSES SKIN 1'OUl). Kvery woman wl:o v.'i iu-s to appear I fn;i- hcst .should use SoltoSKH for tlic Hkin. Soroses Skin Food is freshening, softening and beautifying- Pimples, , Freckles, Wrinkles, Sunburn and I Sallowik'SH disappear like magic. Price I !is Gd. Obtainable from Miss M. Wall, General Draper, Creawick. J

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

METHODIST CHUIiCH. On Sunday ovoning tho councillors, firomon, and Sir Alexander Peacock attended a apodal scrvico in tho Victoria strcot Methodist Church, the pulpit being draped with the Union Jack. The Row G. W. Harrison conducted the service, and said tho officers and himself appre ciated the presence of tho visitors. He hoped tho scrvico would l>o a help and profit to them, and (hat they would go away with tho strong conviction that it was right to come together to worship God, especially on an occasion such as Empire Day. Tho subject of the rov. gentleman's discourse was " Citizenship," taken from tho 3rd chapter of .St. Paul's epistlo to tho Philippians, tho 2lMh verso:—"Forour citizenship is in heaven." St. Paul wrote to the Philippians telling them that although they were Roman citizens they were under new authority : einco they became Christians; there was a higher power than that of the Roman Emperor; and although they were Roman citizens they were citizens of heaven, ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

I MELBOURNE LETTER j (Vrojn Our Special Correspondent). C;i:iuii 11 Molli s ^Imuia 1» in <!rmmnl ;i> tin- ; ■ i;111■ n■ 111r • -not, <>i a siinliiini l°>' j .1 »>'--• li III-, luil Ijj o:al imvs.UJI.S. ll«) li.. • r.i iiu- rijiiu. Mii'll ul laillo (lL v.ou;U li.ii.ily lit* iiiiv to «:ill it rinttii irVy) lli.il to dtaw tJn» crowds, Mini i> njiilL ikimLcI now;klavs. i'1' "P"" •« .si ol" tisnply }f v. - I.) ,JI( I i t.j! M.1,1 n rliUICiK:, aio MM.'ll i;!lc . .:ii i.n.f j;ii.<I \v!iv rhuivh atilhor it:. > in o:!hm (Muiutri .s ;u<: <lnvi'n by :n -.inn* (arl; ol i hm^i lo ru :<iii :l'| muIn ui 'iHun.tl- to attract til - pitijilc. It v.eiild .sc-'jn ihi*L H Mill,, r,. 1111: • i<. > Inf.' aio t » !>; opifii ,u ;•![. .-'in:'.' :-ni.i:ar in tno «<»y Utu ll».» M'ivi«vs wth «'!oinuiils • lo aillsi It i> nut- a pleasant iiH'l n,o tin- 1 ss true. Willi this III.' ii< V MM...

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PROVIDING FEED FOR EARLY SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

PROVIDING FEED FOR EARL.V ! SPRING. Now is the time to think abinit pro- | Iced lor the early spring months —tlie wet. August an<l tlic c.»ld Sep- ! U'lnli'-r -when nil the rows nr.- newly eaivetf, and they jiii1 rather lt»» m condition. Wye corn is iho hot. plain tor making growth in the winter, and this is what lln rket. t says about it in his valuable honk. "Farm Crops" : — lino. l?yo will w<nv much bettor on rich la nil lhan on land tiiat is poor. Xv* r theless, it is grown ehiollv mi land that is .sandy in lexUiro and thai is U-w in jcrtdiiy. Uisso^rown h. cau-e other cereals cannot he ^rown wit!i <([tia: s<n.rt.>s on mh'Ii .soils; but lli.'iv arc w ide iiivih in many .stales well adapted to it:; growth ami on these it is not grown. Tlio habit ol growth m r\i enables it to gather lood in soils whe'r.. tvreaJs would Jail. 'I be ground >s prepared for rv a> [or other crops, thiit. is, by t" a 1 oasuilable 41h _ ' |t js m>t' ...

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FEDERAL ISSUE. GENERAL HAMILTON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

FEDERAL SSSUE. CiRNF.RAI, 11 AM If/TON'S RKTORT. To the politician the report nn the military forces of lhe Commonwealth is specially interestini!, because it stresses the enormous importance nf administration. This most of us are disposed to underrate; our tendency is to j'tiflf;e Ministers almost wholly by tin; hills they pass. Jn like way, those who <;ive hut casual attention to the mat ter are tempted to hase their estimate of the efficiency of an army, almost en tirely. on t.Vi iVJULWifir-uiiysifpie, evir ate and discipline of its men. Genttal Hamilton reminds ns that, "the part the administrative officer plays in war is fully as vital and as patriotic as thai played by his brother in arms, I lie fighter." This is a lesson which Great Britain should have learnt in the Crimea, to whir:)) she sent her troops' with swords that would not nut, with boots thai would not hold together, with inad,'filiate supplies of food largely unwholesome, in put uueat - able. It was a U-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

VICTORIA insurance COY; LTD. . Market Street, Melbourne. Chairman—Hon. Edward Miller. Fire, Marine, Accident, Workmen's Compensation, Live Stock anil Guaranto Insurance Busino? Con ducted. JAMES J. HAVERTY, Secretary. Agent:—W. P. Horthcott. 4 Established 1866, 8. BRIMSDEN and SONS general storekeepers HIGH ST., KINGSTON. Market Rates for Dairy Produce. Agents for New Zealand Fire and Marine Insurance Co. Risks taken at Lowest Rate». AMERICAN HOTEL. C.T.A. HOUSE, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, ALBERT - STREET. Terms Strictly Moderate. Cabi Meet All TrainB. Telephone, 1], P UBLIC Directory on hand ; also | Bradehaw'a Railway Guide. T. HAINES, Proprietor. T HE RECOGNISED COMMERCIAL HOUSE. BRITISH HOTEL, ALBERT STREET, CRESWICK. A Fine Up-to-date Hostei.ry, Containing Splendid Accommodation for Travellers and Others. Only the Beat of Ales, Wines and I Spirits Supplied. First-class Menu. Cabs meet every train. Free Stabling. II. 1RESON. l'roprietor. Swanston Family Hotel, | SWANSTON STREET, MELB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

If * P B IB First a Shiver, then a JGhill, and then will come the Doctor's Bill. VVc 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 Bluey Jumpers Men's Tasmanian Rluey Trousers, ios 6d Men's I r.smanian Bltk-y Long Back Vests, los 6d Men's Tasmanian Bluty Sac Coats, 19s lid Men's Best Yarn Socks, made locally, is 8d Meit's B-st Fingering Socks, made locally, 2s Men's Kxtra Large Flannel Shirts. 4s 6d, 5s fid, Os 6d Men's Flannel Cants, 2s I id, 3s iul Men's Fleeced Lined Pants, 2 s nd, 3s 6d Men's Fleeced Lined Singlets 2s nd, 3s 6d, 3s lid Men's Warm Suits, 30s, 35s. 40s Men's Blanket Tweed Chesters, 25s, 30s, 35s, 40s Men's Mackintosh Clu sters, 30s, 32s 6d, 35s, 40s Men's Oil Coats, in Black, Yellow and Brown, at all prices All Wool Travelling Rugs, 16s ud, 18s 1 id, 22s nd Boys' Bluey Knickers, best Ferguson...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

W. LAMBERT, I'AINTKll AND l'Al'KRIIANIiMi:, V1CT0IUA-KT., CliKSWICIf, DHSIItKtf to notify tli<- I'uhlie that hi' is invpaivd to exwuti-all kinds ol' Painting ami I'api'rhaogini; at l£ea sonable Prices. A Trial Solicited. DYSPEPSIA ANH COMMON-SKN.SK. j The man or woman who is a victim of dyspepsia can't possibly enjoy any ' thing like good health. For, mind you, when once the stomach gets out of order, tlion tin* digestive system1— stomach, liver and bowels - in I'ikely to In1 alfected. and so on from bad to worse. Considered an one, the stomach, liver and bowls may be truthfully said 1d In- like a delicate balance machine. When a single part, of the mechanism, • nay the stomach, goes wrong there is | an immediate danger that it will upset the whole, throw it out of order, and n, general break-down. If people (ould only be persuaded to realise Hiri' • little shock* and jars of Jife, th<• iiul-- acts of carelessness wo hardly ever think about—and worry, too much ...

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THE LAW AND THE DAIRYMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

THE LAW AND THE DAIRYMAN. It is only in raro instances, bays • 'John Bull," that a milk vendor, ! charged with an offVneo under the j l'occi and Drugs Aol, is able to mako I good his dofonce. Tho ollicial analysis ' t-elJs its deadly tale, Jiud though Uio luckless defendant may be vntiroly guilUeas of.criminal action, ho mu*t, as « rule, pay tho prico. Two adul teifitiou cases recently- disposed of by tho Havant Bench were not "without general interest. Jn tho lirst tho defendant indignantly denied having ,in any way tampered with Die anilfc. Ooziiroated with the analyst's report, showing Li per ccux-. of added water, ho proposed to call his cowkeepor, who, ho dccJared, would confirm his protes tations of innocence. No sooner had this worthy stepped into, tho box, however, tiian ho raado a clean breast of tlio wholo busiiie»s, declaring that ho had JiiiiLs^lf for his own purposes poured water into liis master's cJiuriLs. Closely interrogated, prior to tho hear ing, tlio man had deni...

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CHURCH SERVICES. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. Accepting the invitation sent by th« vit*iir, tljo horouk'b cmineillorn, firoinrn, citizen forcen, and henior.oadets marched from the town hall to St. John'K f?hurrh of England on Sunday morning to take part in a special Empire Day service. Sir Alexander Peacock was also present. There wan a largo congregation. The Kev. J. H. Macfarhmo preached from the 1 at verse of the 2Gth chapter of Isaiah "In that day shall this song bo sung in the land of Judah ; wu have a strong city ; salvation will God appoint for walls and bulwarks." The rev. gentleman said in olden times cities depended on their walla and bulwarks to save them from attacks. He spoke of the gigantic dimensions of the walls, which, however, did not prevent their overthrow. They tried to make their walls impregnable, but did not depend on (rod, and because of their iniquities the mighty stones were levelled to thp ground. The righteousness of (»od wa:» a butler protection than stone walls....

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METHODS OF DIAGNOSING TUBERCULOSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

METHODS CF DIAGNOSING TUSERCULGS1S. 1> t[]».10 nioiv than nn.> UiUirnhn te:>t. in il how inni»y ^ \\ hon< is tho dilfriemv. il any, l-i-i u-ooii iho intradermal U*>t and l)n-nn;d tosir Are there anv other di^iM* or conditions, other than being im'octod with tuber culosis, thai' will cause a cow to r*aet;* il has boon siiii lhal an int'octed herd may bo tvo:itod to prevent. any reac tion ; is that- a /act ,v Tims a corre^poiidont- to "Hoard's .Dairy man" (U.S.), ami that paper answer:, iis lolluu.s: — There ar»* three moi-hods of diag nosing tuberculosis — I ho ophthalmic, tho intradermal, and tho th'-nual t- >t, the latter being tlio most common. Tho ophthalmic tot consists of put ling a small quantity of tuberculin in tlio cyo ol* tho cow to be tested* Tlio tuberculin is dilulvd or a *:dve is nmdo of it. in eighteen hours or loss, if the animal bo tubercular, there 's showu a marked inflammation of the mcbranes of the eye and a slight dis charge* If tho an...

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SPRINGMOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

SPRING MOUNT. At this school the special speaker was Cr fi. Tait, J.I'., who wan received by Mr .1. White (head teacher), Mr S. J. Mason (correspondent of the school committee), and the scholars in a hearty manner. The usual programme laid down by the Education department was gone through. (Jr Tait gave an ubl» address on Empire Day, punctua ted with humorous incidents, his re marks being attentively listened to and greatly appreciated by all present. A programme of patriotic songs, etc., was well given, and a number of the Benior scholars read essays on Empire Day. The head teacher also addressed the children. Three hearty cheers were given for Cr Tait.

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