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RETURN OF THE PRODIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

i? k i i ij v i u.- Til !•'. i*»f»i> 1 r: n, Ilrjir.\ did m.l i; t <>n very with f]: [)«.'0|l" at lioliir, Ml ho Clil:st( <1. and :♦ II r>r ;i liti)" went t" India. Att'T . many \r.ir.s fit- i'fiirrp<i to his native^ village, thinking linn Mirpri.^d th.j <>M lu!K w fm!<I ho. }li> uit 1 k• <1 Iho \ illn^o ict't ill his sinai 1 -lock Inniiuriu, Ii:s hrari li'atinu la i as lie n».tJv<l th»> <ml IlUJIit' . ()|ir-uin;; t} i«' ;:ai«\ In- ualh»d up (ho ^rravt'I juilii. .I'l'-i thru a icrncniit' ru.di<"d oir. and i:ial»'"-d hi- I'V.. Shaking tlio <!<-^ "ti, I;.- : j»<•»«« 1 r7y r • ;:aimd the j < ti <!, and ..t ;uhl utj', at (In: otlirr :-id<' ol tin- f« li'-t1 wln-ii iii* lather canir mil . "Ah, my roil !'' said ;li<> <>M in in. "Mho tlu< prodigal, um ivl-nn cdt" "W-.s," ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST I VLly "Ihisti'-iis.") To «fctahlish a htved of wheat ihut «itl ^ivw 11 iiVt! ^raiti* lw K'Vt-iy tuo proline d ] y I ho pre.M at. Im'-.L variety 's an ;u:)jUn o!Ucju »»l no nit mi:> unpen {n Viylnr/ii. '] ii.'tI i> tho at- u'hicli tlio v II*■* U oi .'dr. Kicli iifiiM'.u, Ayj icullural :r-vipi i.n;. nU< u;, to doiihel tilt* M-alo'.s yieid a:e si id lo ho at piv.M iil. 1 ;i tin- d. .-ad.- I l!UO \«<'.<n'2;i produc d an a\vra;t-» oJ hutthoK ui tile ac-if. In I''t I iho avera^a was li.Gli, in j'UU it, U-1! to hut. in l'Jlii rcc»)V» roil 10 I'J.oi'. Tlio average of tiio fast, har vest r .'ached 1L\S1. Of course th»> avon'^.' yield Iroui scnsi n to m :i>ihi de pends so much upon ;h.' raiin'ali lh;\C tho>e liftu res ari' not- a true tc.it oi • raising of u 6tatul.ud. ' N.w tho!c.s it, is ;m e-l.thiiMied i.iel lli.it '.Mih modern improve-awn; • ,}i• - \ t.; wheat call ho a->t u, ju.- w as Ua> in 1 fi< yield u...

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SR. AUGUSTINE'S SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

sr. AUGUS 1'IN'K'S SCHOOL At tiie St, Augustine's R.U. school room the visitors (Kev. II. Macfar lune and Mr. T. Gushing) were wel comed by the Kev. Father Walsh anil the children, who courteously wished them good morning. The children then stood and sunt' the National Anthem. The schoolroom was neatly arranged with miniature Union Jack and (lowers. Artistic work of several of the scholars was shown on three blackboard. Australia, the Land of the Free " was represented by the Australian en sign and wattle blossom surmounting it; " Advance Australia, " the eoat ot arms and native flowers ; " Long Live the King and t>-.e Union Jack, " the Union Jack with the national (lowers Ule rose, shamrock, and thistle ' The Rev. Father Walsh introduced Uil Kev. J. H. Macfarlane and Mr. T. Gushing, whom he said the children were pleased to have present to sneak to them about the British Empire and their country. ,v,T.I>e lr Vi' \ 1.I-.Macfarlane said in all mi tsi of the British Empire that ...

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

CENTRAL SCHOOL. A t it l.iter hour in the morning the coiebmtion at tho Crenwick Central Stato school took place. As many scholars as possible, including u number from tho Cabbage Tree school. wero gathered in one room, with tho infants in another. Accompanied by Lady Pcacock, Sir Alex ander Peacock and Major J. W. >Tedwoll visited the latter, when appropriate ad drosses were given. Tho head teacher (Mr J. E. Cowling) extended a welcome to the visitors. The Mayor said it was tho tenth timo ho had had tho privilege of addressing the children at tho Central school on Empire Day. 'Die pledge the children had taken in saluting the flag showed them their duty to themselves, to their country, and to God, and if they did their duty they need have no fear as to the future of the I'm pi re. It was a great Empire and they should glory in it, hut must also recognise that there are other great nations. Every fourth tuati, wo man and child in tho world is a Hriti*h subject. Millions of hoys a...

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

l'UBLIC CELEBRATION. This took place on Friday afternoon, the business people observing a half holiday. A procession, with Lieut. K. Gurr as marshal, moved oil from the town hall, those marching being the Senior Cadets (under Licul, Jno. Harris), firemen, mayor and councillors and executive committee, and the children from Creswick Central and North, St. Augustine's, Springmount and Cabbage Tree Schoolr.. To the roll of the drum they marched to the oval, and here a programme of children's sports was entered upon and well carried out. The following are the results Boys' Race, under 12-C. Cartledge, 1; K. Maughan and C. O'Dea, dead heat, 2. Girls' Race, under 12—Edie Elshaug, 1; Nellie Gardner, 2. Boys' Race, under 12—R. lies, 1; T. Caddy, 2. Girls' Race, under 15—Nellie Dobson. 1; Myrtle Phillips, 2. Hoys' Sack Race—E. Sandford, 1; W. Elshaug, 2. Tiny Toddlers' Race, under 7—Enid Clohesy, 1; Linda Smith, 2. Roys' Ricycle Race—M. Faull, 1; L. Featherstone, 2. Dog Race—N. Maughan, 1; S...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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NORTH CRESWICK SCHOOL. PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

NORTH CRESWiCK SCHOOL. PRESENTATION. 'l'lie North Crcswick State school was the scene ot a pleasant gathering on the nii;ht ol the 151I1 inst., the occasion being a farewell to Miss von Harten, a member of llie staff. The rooms were crowded. Mr Merritt, in opening the proceed ings, said they had met together thai evening in order to honor Miss >oi llartcn. Thev would commence witti a programme ol musical items, as fol lows;—Overture, Mr Jack Harris; song, "Mary," Mrs Chessel; action song in costume. "Bottle oh," by the boys ; sons, "Maiy of Argyle," Miss Hug.™ (Ballarat); action song, "Australia's Naval Cadet," by Misses Bessie Burns, Ella layne, Doris Bowley, Elvie Utile, Ivy Jayne, Enid U'ilson, V. James, and Elvie Merritt, Percy Keatherstone being the naval cade'; song, Miss Hojan. The items were all well given, and were thoroughly appreciated. Mr Merritt again addressed the gathering. He spoke of Miss von Harten being a native of Creswick. He understood she had attended the C...

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

OBITUARY. —!ii One of tlio oldest residents of the Ncwlyn district passed away on Sunday last, this being Mrs Higgolt, relict of the Ir.te Nathaniel Hi^goU. The de ceased, who was ;S years of age, was highly esteemed ami respected. The funeral will take placc to-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon, the cortege leaving her'late residence at 2 o'clock for the Mount Piuspect Cemetery. The uiany friends of Mr 1£ K, Ahum, head master ol the Dean High school, will regret to learn of the death of his father. Mr Edmonrl Ahem. which took place on Sunt'ay. The deceased was 8G years of age, and had resided in the Iladdon district (or over 30 years, hut recently he went to Dean on a visit to his son, and his death occurred there. The deceised leaves a grown-up family. The re mains of tilc deceased will be interred in the Smythesdale Cemetery to-day (Tuesday), the cortege leaving the Haddon railway station 011 the arrival ol the midday train. The many friends of the Rev. Jis;e Carey, of "Roseville," Ma...

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

Bowling. The final game in the. pairs tourna ment in connection with the local club was played on Tuesday and Saturday last. It was for the Hutton trophy and the contestants were Dr G. I'". Sleeman and Mr Cowling, 3 behind scratch, and Messrs li. II. Chalmers and "" P. Northcott, 3 iu from tjame being ^ scratch, the gqta-' .y up. The latter pair cuod lead on the first day, but the concluding stages lost their . advantage, and Dr Sleeman and Mr Cowling effected a meritorious win j after the scores hud been called 29

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

NORTH CRESWICK. The opening proceedings were at the North Creswick State .school, outside which the children were neatly placed by the head teacher (Mr. A. Cleary) and his stall", and here they welcomed the gentlemen deputed to deliver ad dresses. The Hag being unfurled and saluted and the pledge given, the chil dren were marched into the building, where the Mayor tool; charge of pro ceedings. The Mayor said it all'orded all of them great satisfaction to meet again to celebrate Empire Day. When initi ating the movement the Earl of Meath had no idea how it would grow. It was being observed in all parts of the globe, children taking the same vow as they hud. to stand up for the Hag and to be true to God and their country. If they did that they would be doing a great ileal. It was not armaments alone that made the Empire, fur nobility and truth was the foundation of a nation. So long as they were true to their pledge they would have but little to fear from other nations. They should be...

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POSITION OF CLUBS. The positions of the various clubs for the premiership are as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

POSITION OF CLUBS. The positions of the various clubs for the premiership are as follows :— Grcawick ... 2 Si (1 8 Nnwlyn ... .'I 2 1 8 Smi'atoii ... I! 1 2 ■1 Allendale ami Broomlielil 2 1 1 1 Dean 'J 0 2 1)

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EMPIRE DAY. OBSERVANCE IN CRESWICK DISTRICT. SUCCESSFUL CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

EMPIRE DAY. tv OI3SKRVANCK IN CRMS WICK DISTRICT. SUCCESSFUL CELED RATIONS. l<ast Friday wan chosen by the ma jority of towns in the Creswick district for the observance of Umpire Day, which thin year fell on Sunday last,21th May. Good weather prevailed, the celebrations tliroughout being very suc cessful. The day was observed by the children and adults alike. Jt is the widest observed of all special "days" which are now celebrated throughout the school year. The value of the celebration of Empire Day in the schools lies in the principles of patriotism which may be inculcated. An important part of the duty of a citizen is to love his natives land, and e.ven if he be of non-British descent if it is the land of his adoption he should also love it. Thus itis that the children —the future citizens of the British Empire—are specially catered for in the celebra tions, so that the spirit of loyalty to King and country might early be en gendered in them. In all State schools Bpec...

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

I''or Lironchial Coughs, take Woods'Great I'eppermint Cure, is Oil. Funorjil Notion.I HU'.GOTT. Till- friends nf tin: lain Mrs Nathaniel HiKKiiLt, of New lyn, arc rr-H]h-i-tfuIly invit«.-ti to fellow her remains lo the place of interment, the Mount 1'rospect Cemetery. The funeral will leavfc tier late residence at 2 o'clock TO-MORROW (Wednesday) afternoon. A. I'ASCO & SONS, Undertakers LOYAL SPRING HILL LODGE, I.O.O.F. fIMIIi Fortnightly MEETING will lie lield in the Rcchabite Hall oil THURSDAY EVENING. May iSth, at 7.30 o'clock sharp. HY. ROWLEY, Secretary. " Curse those British Bulldogs ; they are made of steel." —Napoleon, after several hours of "u'ltinK. TOWN HALL, CRESW1CK. l'RIDAY, 5K>Tll MAY. riUIE CRESWICK 1'iOTURE SYN l. D1CATK Presents THE STIRRING WAR I'ICTURE: The Battle of Waterloo. The Greatest Battle of the Il'th Century. The Sensation of the Age. A Great Historical Film Picture. Popular Prices : A1I11R3 Is; children lid; under \2 years Kd. Commence at 8 o'...

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MONEY IN PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

MONEY IN PIGS.. * Tiie rearing of pigs was tlio subject of hu interesting paper mm l>y -.uv. i?'. Gawun recently ocior© thv mem bers ox tiio Qtakehu [S .'A.) branch oi tUe ijarmors' Ifnioui'jgs iiu i'o the reputation of being dirty animals, suid •Mr. liamiin, but 11 properly housed and looked alter are ouo of uiq most pro fitable, as well as the most interesting products of tiio farm, and it .is surpris ing iiort* ion* farms uuvo a roahy woll ofjuipi)ed pjggery. It acquis where tUo pig is concerned "any old thing .will do." The extra prouv will sjxm repay tiio small oxiKmdituro 011 & good com fortable iiouj>e. i'or genoral .requiro Jucuts I consider tliut a building 3011 by 7tt, witk wood lloor, divided mto lour compartments, three lor breeding sows, ouch. Oft. by 7it, a rail placed about 10 inches out from wall and tne fia-ino distance above tiio floor is neces sary to prevent tho sow from overlaying her young, Tiio remaining spuco, vj> It by Tit, i uso for a fatte...

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AIR GAS. THE FUTURE LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

AIR GAS. THE t'UTUIUi LIGHT. Air G.is lighting has l>w(»niiii> m> generally km.un ami mugUi.>td a.s ti.o iuture method ot hguung thai u- i* scarcely liires.-ar,. u, siaii' that a well mado ami .-i:i*• i»1 't'iiiiil;. r-ar-u uuica svMem provide a ]„u,; i>i light, at U. than il can t.u n;.d (i,,ih .i.;\ other medium. kiUoSL'iiu uiui aculy ii i.u i.s, ui anin.j, lu iho lull ihuL unit uir &;is uu lucuude&cont mantlo is brought into use, wiuTcby Uu Jkt cc-ul. ui ,ui' i.s ui. Jised, and only i j.vr e» in. oi ;;a.s. Willi kuiosc-nu and aivUiene cwiy unit ui lsght pr<M;n.-.-u i ou.-xim..- iiM pure kcruainc o* ..Jiii pranirtiiiy uu ail'. ^ inunt on KcJ".-ju»h- ui ^nt 1.1 tn.i VHuence, ami at iho »amo wmo tnlio iower m LWi. ol maUiU-naiice. Ji Jb, iiouover, uc\v to liiiiM'boiOie to pre viuit leakage*, .ind the odour ami resi due is moat objectionable, ami me of explosions nill ui tuue totaijy ban ish il from n^o. Tuo excessive oust oi tho gas also inu...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

Death AHERN.—On the 24th May, at Dean, at the residence of his son, Edmund Ahern, aged 86 years. A colonist of 90 years. R.I.P.

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

SMEATON.   Under perfect weather conditions Empire Day was celebrated at Smeaton last Saturday. About 1 o'clock a large number of district residents assembled at the post office to witness the start of the procession to the show grounds. The characters on this occasion were numerous, and variety was not wanting in the various "make-ups' some of the costumes showing a great deal of pains and labor to attain the desired end. The adjudicators for the procession (the prizes for which had been incrersed by the committee this year) were Captain Walton (head teacher Smeaton State school), Mr. H. P. Evans, and Mr. Price (head teacher Campbelltown State school), and their task in making up the awards was a difficult one, groups of two characters in one particular event being considered equal, whilst in another event the judges made up a special prize amongst themselves for one character which they considered was worthy of a special. The results were as follows - Best general gro...

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MOUNT PROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

MOUNT PROSPECT. Mr D. McPhee presided over the gathering at the Mount Prospect State   school, when there was a large attend-   ance of children and adults, and the   celebrations were very successful. The principal speakers were Captain T. Parkin and Cr T. Fletcher, who gave interesting addresses to the children. The following programme was gone through School sung, My Native Land; recitation, Britons Beyond the Sea, H. Yates and H. Bell; school song, Men of Harlech; recitation, The Sceptre of the Seas, A. Yates and R. Pearson; song, Two Valiant Soldiers, C McPhee   and E. Stephens; recitation, My Country, M. Bell and W. Pearson; school song, Sunny Victoria; recitation, The Party, Myrtle Prentice, Thelma Bell, Isabelle Jeffery and Floris Yates; recitation, J. Yates, J. Richardson, J. Rousch and A. Yates; dialogue, Australia's Flags, 12 scholars; God the Save King. The usual programme laid down by the Education department was gone ...

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Coursing. SMEATON DISTRICT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 26 May 1914

Coursing. SMEATON DISTRICT CLUB. The outcome of a meeting of repre- sentative gentlemen on May 21st was the formation of a coursing club at Smeaton, to be known as the Smeaton District Coursing Club. The election   of officers was carried out, and all pre- paratory work tor the foundation of the club was gone through. The club in-       tends carrying out a programme of   three meeting, full particulars of     which will be published as soon as the   dates have been approved of by the Central coursing committee. The various landowners in the vicinity of Moorookyle have very kindly given permission to course their paddocks.   The following office-bearers were   elected:- President, Mr Jas. Sewell, vice-presidents, Messrs R. Longmire, A. Clarke, A. I,. Nase, C. Kawcett, J. Charleson; patrons, Messrs Coghlan, Boase and Co., Ballarat Brewing Co., Eberhard and...

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HETHERINGTON AND HIS "TOPPER." [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

HKTHKU1 NCJToX AND JIIS "TOITE!:." It w'ns on .January !•*>, 17'JT, tlmt Mr. Jletherington, the London hnber» dasher, sullied out for his famous walk in the Strand, wearing a hat th«* like of which hail ne\er been soon before in that important thor oughfare. It was hirh-crowned aii'l narrow-brimmed, and Wore a family resemblance to a section of a stov e-pipe. 1 Our unsophisticated forefathers first ga/ed in wonder, then hooted, and the incident terminated in n po lice court. The presiding magistrate having solemnly declared that in .the liomr of tIf* brave and the land l«>f the fret- every Inw-respeeting citi |/en had the right to wear the head gear that suited It is taste and com .I'lexion, Uetherington returned in Irii'tnph. The "Times" praised his :*our:*ge, and after ttte usual stages of ridiiMile ami animosity the top hat triumphed. 11 was, it is true, really only a revival. Were not those prim old Puritans, who, with Cromwell and Ireton, "hound kings in chains and nobles...

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