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When Sale Sets Sail. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

When Sale Sets Sail. 4 I I Two rows in one morning with her better-half hud 'leaded Mrs. j Meggin, "There, that'll do it !" she mur mured to herself, as she surveyed | the crudely-painted signboard in her cottage garden. "I'll sec if he won't i work ! Hanging on to me for any hit o' cottage !" I A party of students from a neigh bouring college strolled past in the afternoon, ami laughed uproariously when they rend the little sign, "For Sail." Mrs. Megjjin was stolidly cleaning her windows, and never cast an eye at the little gathering, "Hi, «ld woman," culled out ono sallow-looking youth, "when does this house sail ?" , "Whenever the man comes along that can raise the wind !" tersely answered the old dame, calmly ga ting on with her work. i "Jiridgt't, were you entertaining a man in the kitchen last evening ?" ''Well, mum, that's for him to sny. Oi done my best wid the ma terials at hand, mum." Curtain-rings sometimes run with great difficulty, and seem to stick to the polo. To reme...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ladies' Column. TO WHITEN THE HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Ladies' Column. ( TO WHITEN" THE HANDS. A mixture to whiten and soften tho hand.s is I'ninpnscil of twenty parts each of binoline mid gly cerine, ton parts <»T borate of soda, t\v«> purls of eucalyptus oil, ami drops of essence of bitter almonds. Those must ho mixed well together and after application tho hands should ho covered with loose gloves, rrofessionnls playing at concerts sometimes use tho following lotion just before their appearance in pub lie : Oxide of zinc, half nn ounce ; glycerine and rose water, four oun ces. Apply with a small sponge, then gently wipe olY the moisture, and dust the hands with boracic acid and Mnrrh powder. H is host lo apply it with a pic<e of wash leather. Warts on the hands are disfiguring, but it is ra\v t<» got rid of them, nnd they uill soon disappear if touched daily with a line cumel ■ hair brush, flipped in glacial orotic acid. i'e careful, however, not to touch the skin at the base of the wart. A beautif...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brain Sauce for Sheep's Head. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Brain Sauce for Sheep's Head. — i I Sheep's head is not on the list of aristocratic dishes ; nevertheless ; it is very good indeed ! Very care j ftil cleaning is absolutely necessary, 'and too great stress cannot belaid on this essential. Served with the sauce for winch 1 give the recipe following, a good dish is made bet ter. Taf.e the brain from the head, and le>s than half a pint of the liquor in which tin- head was boiled, one ounce of butter, one ounce, or rather less, of Hour, one small otion (Yhopp<d), a tej-spoonful of vinegar, Mime salt and pepper. Method : Soak Or* brains in salt nnd water, then tie them up In mus lin and boil till firm in the pot with the sheep's head. Melt the better slowly in a saucepan, and when lightly browned put in the onion, and continue to cook slowly, until tlie whole acquires a nut-brown colour, then put in the pot liquor, xine.'ar, with salt and pepper to taste. Simmer very gently for ten minutes, then stir in the brains, first co...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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The New X-Ray. DISCOVERY WILL REVOLUTIONISE ROENTGEN'S SCIENCE. POSSIBLE CANCER CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Tho New X-Ray. DISCOVERY WJI.l, UliVOI.UTIOX 1SE IlOKNTliKX'S SC1F..NCK. l'OSSllIl.K CAXCHU Ct.MtK. An entirely new r.elhod.of ] roduc ing X-rays has bet n liscovet c-d by Mr. Wi.liam 1U\ id Conlit g»\ of ttchnectady, iu th" St at» of New York. Kxperls u life in de •Jaring that the method will revolt lionise the present one >f taking radio graph plates, and of X-ray treat inent. Pr. <»uiinl»y, chii f r l the X-ray department of the* New Vork IVly clinic. 11o.spitnI, e.\j res.4 ed ,rre, t en thusiasni. I le said the new i let hod would com; )et«Iy bitioni e that now in um\ hut ot r two years' work would I... re,,i ii'ed to inn 'a« the application safe in the treatm «nt of disease, except, in the hands of a skilled expert Tho new tube give s X rays of most remarkable pen«Mrat power, and, jt is claimed, is con rol ed to a de gree midr'nmed of when ll< al gen made his discovery. It is the result. of research conductc d in the li bora tones of the (Jeneral Khvtri...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How the Ant Salutes. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

How the Ant Salutes. -? Ants have long boon known fop their excessive industry, hut from a curious communication which hw just appeared they seem to havq surpassed all other insects by or* panisin^ an elaborate system of S'itfnnlltnAf. Professor llu^i.ton, who has re cently investigated (hi* habits c<f the whito ant, reports that the "sol diers" of that species ffivo warn ings or encoum^'ntf signals by J-nookin/f with their inws upon dry leaves, thereby emillliiff a crackling j sound. Placing some of those ants [on a bitj plnte and covoring it with paper, he fount! that the "M.ldiers " amnni,' t ho ants responded lo his taps with a rustling, crackling sound. Moreover, apart from this audible signalling1, (hero appears to be some inaudible form of signal, for tho professor osj-orts that Uie "soldier"' ants salute tho worker ants. To do this, "the insect stnnda Armty on its legs with the head raised and the body slightly oblique, and shakes itself for an instant with a conv...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Antics Played by Lightning. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Antics Played by Lightning1. The antics played by lightning ar« sometimes almost beyond belief. A common trick is that - of undressing its \ietiins. In lSDS two girls and an elderly woman were standing bj a reaping machine during a storm. A lightning Hash struck the woman and killed her on the spot, while, the two girls were stripped to tin skin, even the boots being torn from their feet. Otherwise they were safe and sound—and astonished. In J8r>f» a man was struck hy lightning near ^Vallerois. in France, ami stripped . All that could ho found afterwards of his clothes was a shirt-slo.^ e, a few othet .shreds, anil soiih- |>i«'< os of his hob nailed hoots. Ten minute-; after he was struck lie regained conscious lims, opened his ey»;s complained oj t fi* rolH, and imputed how he Impp^m^d t" bo naked. Such instances have been recorded a^ain and au'ain. In one ca.-e a man and two o.vn uere struck simultan eously and all three killed. Th« man was found stripped t&am...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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CHAPTER XLI. AT THE MIDNIGHT HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

CHAPTER XLI. AT THE MIDNIGHT HOUK. | Almost instantly the door swung gently open, but the Russian, in stead of striking, recedcd a little in , umazement. And both he and Dick exclaimed sharply, (or thej saw be ! fore them-the tlguro of u woman muf I fled from head to feet in a black j cloak. This she parted at the top, revealing the lovely face of Lucille Montcjo. "Dick !" she whispered, eagerly. "Lucille, you here!" he replied. "Mcrciful Heaven, what does it all mean ?" "I have come to save you, Dick, if that be possible. Follow mc—all, you are not alone !" I She shrank timidly from the Rus sian. "This is Captain Volborth, my fel low-priscmer," Dick explained. "He is a friend—he is on my side. Save us both, Lucillc !" "Come ; every moment is precious, Dick," the Spanish girl auswered. She led the two bewildered men across the corridor, and thence to the open, moonlit space before the prison. To the left of tho outer door, huddled against the wall as though asleep, was the sentry. "...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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CHAPTER XL. THE HEAD IN THE WALL. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

OHAPTKR XL. THE Mi: A I) IN THE WALL. : To be hanged at sunrise next morn ing ! Over and over Dick repeated the words to himself. They throbbed unceasingly through his brain when he sat down on the bench, with his back to the wall, and tried to rea lize what it all meant. At the time of his capture he had anticipated the worst, but somehow it was different now, with the reality staring him in the face. He had heard the sentence and he shrank from death with hor ror and rebellion. | lie did not utterly despair, it is true; but at present, while the-im pression left by Core's visit was so keen, he was in no tno0d to consider his situation from other standpoints. For an hour or more he scarcely stirred. He sat staring into space, living over ugnin the series of events that had ended with disaster, and with the spectre of the hangman's noose ever before his ryrs. 13ut in time his depression wore partly ofl. He remembered that this was the eventful day—that it waa drawing near its close....

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CHAPTER XXXIX. THE SENTENCE OF THE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

CHAPTKR XXXIX. | THK KHXTKNl-E OK TIIK COUNCI I, | It was about, two o'clock in the I morning, nnd the lower town was comparatively quiet ; at intervals a distant voice, or an echoing footstep broke the silence. This state of peace fulness, the Russian assured Dick, was a sure sign that Carlos had not yet been missed or discovered ; otherwise there would have been a widespread alarm. So the two pushed <">n hopefully through the darta and deserted j streets, aiming straight for the ap ( proarh to the upp'-r town. They were ' half way to it when a significant thing occurred. A man stepped from a cross passage, tapped Yolborth on the shoulder, and drew him to one side. Dick waited in some alarm, while the two held a brief nnd whispered conversation. Then the stranger hur ried of!, and Volborth returned to his companion. "It is had news," he announced, gravely. "There is a warrant out for my arrest, and a lot of Gore's men have been quietly searching for me. They, are in t...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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How to Interview a Prospective Employer. HINTS AND CAUTIONS FOR AN ALL-IMPORTANT INTERVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

How to Interview a Pros pective Employer. 111 NTS ANit CAPTIONS 1'OR AX ALI,-J.MI'i)|[TA.ST JNTKHVJF.W. J .el mc tell you wli.it to do. J»on't array younu-lf with any daz zling .splendour. Wear the clothes thai you would wear if you really had the job you arc seeking. Look like what you art-. A silk lint and a frock coal will not impress an employer unless that is the uni form lie expects you to wear in tho joh he has to give away. Then, as you are walking along . to the interview, talk to yourself li!%« this : "I am not going cringing to this man as if 1 were n hungry flop begging for n hone. There is no obligation on mc to put my paws up and 'ask for it,' or do the 'trust' trick. I am p-ing to sell something whi-h has a market able value—my labour, my brains. Mo wants labou/and brains, 1 have them to s-'ll, .mo it's a ease of doing a deal. I think my goods art' good goods. I'm a sound man for the job. It is pure\v a business transaction." If you talk to yourself in this strain by ...

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BRIGHT—AND BRIGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

r.RUlUT— AND MKKJUTKfi. First Ilov CdNpl.n h\-r pot dog) : j"I call this dog ' Sausug.y because le's only half-bred-see V" Second Hoy : "That reminds mo 3f iv goat we called 'Nearly,' be cause ho was all butt ; ami a prize !»el ort'l uo culled ' Uobinnon,' be* !tuUvSC he ' crow so.' " I I lie: "I shall never marry until I neot a woman who is my direct opposite." She (oucouraginglv) : "Well, my 'riend, there ar<« numbers of bright, ntelligent girls in this neighbour TOO(l." Kggs often burst when boiling if lot quite rf'rosh. To prevent this, before boiling make 11 puncture with a needle in large end of egg, pass ing through shell and the skin In side. Through this frneturo tho cvxpauding gas will make good its jscupe. If moths nro In n carpet, spread a inmp towel over tho part and iron It dry with a hot Iron. The heat ind steam will kill the wornu and

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Distinguished 'Stranger.' [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Distinguished 'Stranger.' » The self-possession of David Gar *ick, who was born on February 1717, wus proverbial, and yet :ie faltered on his first appearance is a witness. The casi? was one n which an actor claimed a free benefit, and a definition of " free Denelit" was required. - Onrrick was :>ut in the box. *'Sir, have von a 'ree benefit ?" lie asked. "Yes," laid the actor. "On what terms?" ♦vns the next poser. *'("por.—the— :orins— of—a free benefit," he stum uered. And straightway was told to stanil down as hopeless, 7*1 ie pit lure of (InrricJ; in the aiine^s-boy, tongue-tied and smoth »!**d with confusion, is rui amazing .me ; for Oiirrick, v where speakiru; ,viis concerned, was the pride of London. Members of I'arliament ;n\ied him his powers; Hurke on* s i*xl him. During u h^ntrd debate m rnrli.unent a member moved :hat t!»•» gallery he cleared This ,vns ordered to be done, and the it runners withdrew all save Gar •ick. Still the member objected. Then ip spake, lturke. ...

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A Chapter of Misfortune. THE STORY OF CHARLES TELLIER, THE INVENTOR OF COLD-STORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

A Chapter of Misfortune. THF, STOltY or CilAHLK.S TKI < LIKIt, T1IK INVJCNTUU OF COL1>-STOHA<iK. , t fmirrn! wendinK Its wn>' I A modest 'imrrIU earned] through the H r.™ ' j lhc (iriKinii-1 10 "Vt ^ mo"°rn Industry. lm' , TellW-r lil-o so many lnVW" Charle* u' llPr- ' for others, ..e'C-l »n,. « »« "Ti rrrw™e «rcow^..r»K» ^ entered h«8 fettle j.r.iln ^n,Jn|,^ r,,rio,H Bn««iotc. on,RJ1;;;,on f'U> ^(iw. "maker Of modern I'""*, man, tlto in«»'v.* ^ ma to sl„„nit ma^rrlMy hot C"in"ry'n ftiid the'rrefect, chaMing 'wS' to «« ,;U'Sh 'nBiv observed. "Helter rtcs.Rn n machine. Now or n-er is surely thc.tin,n;' TPiiicr food for' fhT,,VrJa»<l a 3 After *m!ry "P* »>«}\ 1,111,1 lawsuit, ("1 impri downs, « , ,A',w 1,1« m» ^t'trc-ssful ox.^ri.ncntB in V serving .neat fresh for a "'C' U- «' Transatlantic * mcnt haunted him; but. v e fun,is, a -MP *™» l,"UKht1.lnlo lhe lIon, „„d Tilller w"tt°7nrt l" rc. Victoria I«ock« to 1H " Zuth Mil"*ra with n, e*penme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

in liv; fc%d<l!e, vub * "if, gr/;vbW»ua n.^.i »a-l VauuJI) ' ctv ib»t c*d be korn >»g<rtb«r.ff »r;-ir?;r1r. Tbta i\y uhp cu m tflii-a! o*tk o« startle tls L-Ai-> x, » SJS Iwiad ou( Us«JCT>uad tb* Urg-in de»rlr. t geii Th«? Union Co,, m F.;i»b,;i, s.. Btz.Zt-Z-%t). | ThrU Ip the sotic of tho New j| VEGA Separator | The musicnl hwn of beautiful- C ly bahin^od rnfchajilsm— | Orowinp morMinrt more intern*©— g while :ho crcam flows thicker a.nd ji thicker— H And your bunk bakuico ir^ta a blircor and bif^cr and bigger l| And you chuckle quietly to your- fe ftolf whnn you think how llttlo § you paid for th* Ve^ra, and hoyr g ma.ny times over you havo sot B YTOr money back. S Pricfa of Nrrvr Model g VpRra Separators. E 10 GaL—£3/16/; 55 OaL— £10/J0 G » Oal^-£t; SO GaL—£l£/lS fi irnU Particular IDcpt.' K 9 Harvests? Co., <s~so imagers st^, meeb. Eoecgedo Asesla Wanted. W. MORGAN ® CO.. 20(11 SWANS'ION-ST, .MKl,!'.';'. I'.N f. 'IVI.'i.hono, HKi'i. 'HU...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SKCUHKI) SUCCKS.S. 1. Cultivate and ]n rtecl your id-^ Kxporimont. The world is oa|;>T i«»r Mimethinj; new, winch, however ;-.im plo it may be, will s,;vt» labor, or ev (loii-o, or do things belter. Let it no more convenient, or promote ploar-uie ledueo waste. 1'ooplo who handle things in every day uso aro tho natural inventor* of I bolter tilings, and the natural .<p:••: : isis of to-morrow. Head th-.' j;p!ondid advjro tnat '.vks.m ^i\es. Learn the procedure as to p.. U«niin«; in iho ci 1;->i eouTitries,—-Li;-n teenro your own lc;.;ai monopoly 1 your rights hy beeomi;.; patentee. li that workman or io'v:r.a-i. </r your ingenious iriend h.is ]>:ot 11it • <i .• clever invention, put on tile ir. about patents hy i. l!in<; him v.h; : ho can obtain the "inventors' Guide.' For your.-eh, obta.'n thi ■ wliioh tells what to invent, vhei'f i' patent, how to tell patents, tho p:; 'invention-, havo sold f...

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THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART 14. CHAPTER XXXVIII. A THRILLING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

(A11 Rights Reserved.) T H H ; Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. f DyW. Murray Graydon, Author of ^Matthew Quin," "The Gtirso of the Cardcws," otc., etc. PART 14. CHAPTER XXXVIII. 'A THRILLING MEETING. The Russian was brief mid to the point, explaining what he had to say very clearly. Dick was to swim out to tho Malta, ami through Grcnville obtain an interview with the com manders ot tho two cruisers. This confcrenco, it was hoped, would re sult in ft .speedy. settlement ns pro posed in behalf of tho conspirators ; which, in substance, was as follows : At 12 o'clock on tho next night, by means of a previously-laid torpedo, tho thin shell of rock ou the seaward side of the cUfi was to be blown up. Through the pnseago which was cer tain to be opened a hundred marines in boats were to advance at onco and make a landing straight across the lagoon. Here thej would be join ed by a few of Volborth's men, and led without delay to the forcing of the North Gate. The ...

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STORIES IN VERSE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

STORIES IN VERSE. .Mr. Hi'i't'il Sherrini;, the A n»!u lm}i;tli u:} i<»f ol "llu- Romance ot the lu.vi.d .S, o;u\" u> ui "Nadir tho l'« I'M.ui ' auuiluT volume oi his re* :ii.-.[kahU.' m wi^.. In the tale v. i.rli ;;nv.> thi* volume its titlo wo ii-..-' l!i" rack r.i' Delhi and the be tr. \al 1.1' tlii- I'.T.Tiau Chief by his 111 i!*l l"i' tin' sake ul a golden-haired (Vi'.iv.ian The warrior has slain in- innul tor "The Wayside Kum> cf K.'.uJ.ihai," ami his remor.-u bursts Ami I, lii.. mi it/ml had laid yicat-Nadir low ; My .urn had > I ruck the fat-al Mow. Like a pent up wavo which breaks with hmv, I'i ii '!n> dire'.n! .-Iirck of a lile's ro UiUl'c-o. wav tlu ki\(» til ;i iickle jade, Thai C\ « r ends iu (.'<>inj»itr«'d to the love ol a man lor .\lv love for niv dead chief? Th re are imwiy other stories ot'anus ami \ictory and death in Mr. Slier ring's latest volume, an<l tho author has succeeded in making the. ver.se form 01 his n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Notlcon, BOURKK —The friends of the late Michael Knurke, of Hmenton, arc respectfully invited to follow his re mains la tile place of interment, Ihn Creswick Cemetery. The funeral will leave his late residence at l.:ii> o'clock TO-MORROW (Saturday) AFTER NOON. J01IANNSKN & SON, Undertaker:;, Allendale. WIllTl'TKI.ll. The friends of Mr I*. Whitfield, of Munre-strect, Eastern Hill, Creswick, are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late heloved Wll'TJ to the place of inter ment, the Creswick Cemetery. The funeral wiil leave his residence at :i o'clock TO-MORROW (Saturday) AFTERNOON. A. PASCO & SONo, Undertakers. I710UND.- A Child's Uolil CAULU X BANGLE at l'ark Luke. Owner may linvo the same by )myinercxpun8os. Apply A, I'etkks, Cnmp Hill, Announaamanta. " Cursa those British Bulldogs ; they urn made of steel." —Napoloon, after several hauro of fiRhtiiiR. TOWN HALL,, CUIUS WICK. To-Nijjlit ! To-Niylit! rpiIE CIIESWICK PICTURE SYN I- DfCATE Presents THE ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Harrison, San Miguel n i*aor. j,xr>.. I CORK MERCHANTS, S .\xn SVPI'LY 1JODSB TOR— I Growers, t| AeraiaJ V;;:iw Maim factors, " Hotel Keapirs, Bakcn, and Helitttoimi Rooms. Corrf/ifiandcnis Jnvited cn Ail Arlicics astd In Ihe afeow trndrs. Note AiHrcsr-— 304 FLINDERS STREET, ^ELCOiir^e. |c. e. miller! I AND CO., I | FUR an T UKE 1 H REMOVERS AND STORERS. | 317 COLLINS STREET, MELli. 'l'lionc.--—U-78— Lurgo number Vans constantly travelling country; we want back loading. Writo us. If railing, consign to us, Spoucor Street, and ndviso. Stores, Brick, subdivided ill small looms nt current rates. Wo have VANS KliTUKNINO to .MELBOURNE (luring MAY AND JUNE, from— Corowa, Wanjjaralta, Bcnalla, Beiidisio. Maryborough, Hamil ton, Campcrdown, Ballarat, Ararat, Warragul, Hcalesvillc, — Slicpparton, Murcliison. — Back Loading Wanted. ::vii £T.\£l

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