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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER II. A DANGEROUS CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. I (liV l/llilA.V 1,1,1,KRTU.N.) ClIAPi'Ki: II. A DANCICKOI'S i:OXTRA(.T. "Terribly oppiv>.Mw,'' said Captain Beresford witifui nervous <;lancc at. the leaden 4.1;v above their head.-*, ;i> he drove Ida HamitJon at a rapid pace through th<» l<at lati..-> of Hampshire. Mis nerve., had already been upset by his thoughtN s-> ij:u-it-n, and a vaj'Uo fooling <_>i dread eppn.s>ed her more than tho want ot a;^jic 2:1 the atnus plHMO. "The beauty of the day has pout:.'' sho said with a si^h ; "and it. was mj lovoly v. hen wo suirud." "la my opinion, I havn oome to tin' best of it iiuw," looking down into h.-r /Deo with admiration mi\i-d witii a da-h of insolence; "what, a lucky chamv u was tor UK' that, your aunt lost- her smelling-bottle." "Xot, at, ull lurky ii' it rains. You to-ill have mc ou your mind a> well a.s yourself/' with diMlamfui gravity, that "refused to soo a compliment. "Self would stand a po...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

■1 ( ''■'i 1 -tq b r V ^ ^ ' ,.l!.-r^^3arJ33322^ What do you give Baby for his Cold ? !;oc!::.h mothers do?c Ihcir babies with home-made concoctions or something recommenced by a neighbour, and pcrhnps upset the little stomach and mal;e the baby cros-.t and uncomfortable by this mistaken economy. Wise mothers do not experiment with untried nostrums, but depend on a remedy which h:is been compiled from the scientific prescription of a famous physician* and is designed to cure the cold without upsetting the digestive organs. Dr. Sheldon's New Dis covery in this remedy, and mothers may give it to their babies, securc in the knowJcJjje that coughs and colds will no longer rack the little bodies. For Croup, it has the most .wonderful results. Whooping Coufjh ia cut abort by the use of Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. For all the family ills resulting from throat, chest or lung complaint, the mother's resource is. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery is the quickest, 62fes...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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HOW TO MAKE A MEASURE OF LIQUIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

HOW TO MAKE A MEASURE OF LIQUIDS. A y.-iy >impl<>. mn'th od foj- making a •;.n:.-iiii-M- ior liquors wiiirh . ti'.^ay, a (jusirt at oarh time llio li is pour <i. is to ;1 lar;;o cy lindrical eci, and put in a fake bottom -.vi); -ii holds about- a <jn;ut hotuoen this and ih.' boltoin of iho'vj.vscI.'At uin» *.;do ot tho lalso Im>11(Un i\ ;iii nn-oi;.j; which connc.-ts with the main in-:.y i i the ran, ;;inl on i}j.j, other a till'.' lo tli,» mouth oi' th*v v« ■•!. jo ilia! i!i«> month <i)nr.<:rt *. in ft:.. I it v only *.v iiii tho heiotv-m-'Ui ion1'I >p.I'V'. 'I ills s]:a<v 1)i»ilite iilii<1 >!:.• !•11n1. wo till t-li!• can down so 'mi Lc.p i)i>' 1'vol in the main ohnmb.'r hi 'IrH* t !t(> Ol ijiro, :»j:d prrVl'Ilt lurlh<r r:u;y li» liolt'.m chamber. s-i) that tJi** bottom chamber now holds ju-t ono quart. a ml e:i:i bv» emptied at th. immth of the can. —''Scientific Amen c...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE OCTOBER PURPLE PLUM. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. THE OCTOBER PURPLE PLUM. To the Editor Sir.,—I noticed in a recent issue of " The Advertiser' an account of the sale of plums in London, said to be October Purple, also that it was stated they grew well in this district. I think there must be some mistake, for the plum grown here is very inferior, though very late. It keeps well, and would carry to London, but it is not an eating plum. The plum grown in this district is not known as the October Purple, which is one of the Burbank productions. I have never seen a tree of this kind in the district but in my own garden; there may be others. It is a really good plain, and will hang long on the trees and keep for a long time when gathered. The only fault it has is that it blooms too early and therefore subject to damage by frost. Most of Burbank's plums, I think, do well in and about Creswick. I might later on give you my idea of the kinds of fruit that would do well in the district, as there is so much talk of fruit-grow...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

In Momoriam, REVILLE.—In fond and loving memory of my dear wife, Eva Adelaide, who departed this life at Broken Hill on 20th May, 1914 May the winds of Heaven blow softly O'er that sweet and hallowed spot ; For midst the changing scenes of life By me you are not forgot. — Inserted by her sorrowing husband, William Reville.

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Smeaton. RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

Smeaton. RAINFALL.. The rainfall for the present mouth has reached 146 points. ILLNESS. Mr I'ennycuick, senr., is again iu a very weak state, and his condition is rather serious. PREPARING FOR ARBOR DAY. The boys are preparing for Arbor Day. It is intended to plant acacias and willows along the banks o( Cr D. Anderson's lagoon. A.N. A. The half-yearly meeting of the above was held last Friday, the president (Mr A. L. Toose) occupying the chair. There was a good attendance of members and visitors, including Messrs A. M.Taylor, Chief President; \V. C. beasley, secretary Kingston branch; J. Hetherington, ex-president; Kingston; Captain Walton, Ballarat City branch. Messrs ]. Torney, H. Toose and \V. Taylor were appointed a committee to draw up a syllabus for the ensuing hall-year. The election of officers was then proceeded with, resulting as follows:—President, Mr I. Tomey; vice-president, Mr II. Toose; treasurer, Mr Geo. Toose; secretary, Mr W. Taylor; assistant secretary, Mr D. Arch...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 29 May 1914

OBITUARY. The death occurred yesterday of Mrs Marie Christina Wnitfield, of Eastern Hill, Creswick, an old resident of the town, and wife of Mr P. Whit field. The deceased, who was 33 years of age, had been ailing for some time, and the cause of death was heart disease. Her husband and son Philip have bten working at Broken Hill,and the other son is Mr Frank Whitfield, of Creawick. The remains of deceased will be interred in the Cresivick Cemetery to morrow (Saturday) after noon, the funeral cortege leaving her late residence at 3 o'clock. Mr Michael Bonrke, an old resident of the Smeaton district, breathed his last yesterday morning, at the age of 73 years. He leaves a grown up family to mourn their loss. The remains ol deceased will be interred iu the Cres wick Cemetery, the funeral cortege leaving Ins iatc residence, Smcaton, at half past one o'clock tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon. A very old resident of Wattle 1-T.it, Mr George Kiii/gerald, died on Tuesday after a lengthy illness...

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OUR DEBT TO THE MOSLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 2 June 1914

OUR DEBT TO THE MOSLEMS. Startling as it may scon], tho intel lectual saivutiuii 01 Modem Europe from tho benumbing influence ol tho Middle Ages was Ui a larg^j in ensure duo to tho Arabs. As earjy as tho days of Harun-al-ltaschid, who was a contemporary of Charlemagne, efforts were mado by that Caliph to make science and iitcraturo tlio permanent denizens of his empire. These efforts were 6till further carried under tho brilliant rule of his son and sucoessur, A1 Maiuun, whoso caliphate has justly j been called the Augustan Aga of Islam. Learned mou were invited from many different countries and remunerated for their labours with princely munifi cence; and tho works of the beot Greek, Syrian, Persian, and Indian writers wero -translated into Arabic and spread over tho entire Mahomedan world. In Spam, the University of Cordova rivalled tho literary fam<3 of Baghdad, and Mabomcdun writers ap peared everywhere as tho preservers and distributors of knowledge*. In the long ni...

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MANURES FOR POTATOES. WITH A BRIEF HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 2 June 1914

MANURES FOR POTATOES. \ .WITH A lUiLEl'' HISTORY. (Bjr B. Ilorrisun, J-'.L.S., in "Th*» ; Lund.") ; Tlio potato (SolaiAnn tul'.'r.'iUm, Tii) ia otio of our tuo.>t important iuod product*, and it.i development and eiil tivation have linulo rapid otnaes Mmo it was first UnpnrU'J into Kurope by tho Spaniards.-between 10:0 and and afterwards into Groat- Jiritam !>: Sir Valte lialoigii. In ' i»o Oi iu« of Cultivated i'lauts, A. do CaiuUIk «ay»: "Tlio potato is wild . V (South -Aniericn), il lorm. ,v'" . 'J ^''c^v^or^^'d^'i^ro-tho ^Sn^7r^rin^: u^uL' ,«;rt w;«io afbTU0 IrSd Vbout " the si no'time as tho Spaniards procured it Its uamo in its own country ««= "oiionftwk," which lias an Indian Ko:';i;'; Fvidontlv dating from tho conquest ot l'oru and Chili in 1035, to loSo, vessels cou'd have enrr.et tubcrs m tho potato as provisions, and Sir flatter \?«W;'irb. rnnkiuc war on tUo bpnniarus as a privateer ma J liavo pillayed ®on1u Tessol wliioli contained thorn. How ever, tlio first str.p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 2 June 1914

Amiounoomontt CRESWICK FOOTBALL CLUB. A MEETING of the above will be held at the American Hotel on THURSDAY EVENING NEXT, at S o'clock. A good attendance requested. A. JOHNSON, President. R. CIIALKLEY, Secretary. rpOWN HALL, CUES WICK. FRIDAY, .7ni JUNE. GRAND CONCERT IIY CLUNES mUSICAL SOCIETY*. I'roceeds in aid of Swimming liaBin. Songs, (t>uartettes, l'art Songs, Choruses, &c. Tor Full Programme See Handbills. Hon. Conductor—Mr W. Cutler. Chairman—.Sir Alexander Peacock, Minister of Education. Tickets — Adults, Is; children, Gd. Chairs may In- reserved with the secretary by payment of (id i^xtra. Doora open T.Iii). Commence atS o'clock. R. II. DOWN, Hon. Sec. CRESWICK BRANCH A.N.A. rjTHE Fortnightly MEETING will JL be held at the A.N.A. llall on FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE l.th, ut 8 o'clock sharp. II. PETKIE, President. ARTHUR U. GROSE, Secty. jyjECHANICS' IIALL, ULLINA. A SOCIAL Will Ik- Held in the above llall on WEDNESDAY, IOtii JUNE. First-clasc Music. Ellicient M.C. Hef...

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IMPORTANT HOTEL CASE MISREPRESENTING CORDIAL TO CUSTOMERS. O.T. SUCCESSFUL IN SECURING A PROHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 2 June 1914

IMPORTANT HOTEL CASE MISREPRESENTING CORDIAL TO CUSTOMERS. O.T. SUCCESSFUL IN SECURING A I'KOIMIilTION. Thr hearing took place recently in Sydnoy, before Mr Justice Ilarvey, of the suit instituted by O.T. Ltd., for an injunction to restrain Thomas (Jardiuer Muir, licensee of the Surrey hotel, King and Castleroagh streets, Sydney, from selling or pusmng off any cordial, not being of plaintiffs' manufacture, ay for O.T. Plain till" company, which carries on business an manufacturer and vendor of this particular cordial, claimed to sell large quantities of it in New South Wales, whore it had acquired a favor able reputation, and was spoken of and known by the trade and public an O.T. Plaintiffs churned that tho defendant had frequently and habitually offered for sale, and sold, and was still offering certain other cordials of similar appear ance and taste, but not of plaintiff's manufacture, as and for O.T.; also that when selling the cordials defendant, by his servants, had represente...

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HANDLING CANADA'S WHEAT CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 2 June 1914

HANDLING CANADA'S WHEAT CROP. Conditions (says "Tho Sydney Stock and Stattou Journal") havv never been so good for handling tho Canadian gnuu crop at tho head of tho Lakes. By tho close of navigation ihero will bo no Kss than 40,000,000 bushels stor age capacity at Fort "Williams and Port Arthur, which is 12,000,000 bush els moro than last year. Tho new Government-owned elevator is uow completed., and tho machinery will bo ready to handle its share of tho com ing .season's crop. It has# a capacity of throe-quarters of a million bushels in tho workhouse and two and a hall millions in the storage bins. In fact, tiiero is room for elevator spaco oi koiiio 30,000,000 bushels. In addition to tho Government elevator, the Can adian Pacific Itailway, Grand Trunk Pacific, and Canadian Northern, to gether with tho Fort William Eleator Company, and other concerns, are erecting new buildings, so that the total increa.so in storage facilities this year will bo about 12,000,000 bushols.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 2 June 1914

UHXONA. Thf Unpid Healer is an Ointment which henls with remarkable rapidity. Unlike tIn' old-farihioned ointments, which are very slow in their action, 1 Kexona speedily etYeets it cures after a very few applications. Sold in trian gular pots at Is Hd and .'Is. Obtainable at- everywhere. Tin* Firokm Hill City Council Inc rn't -il ill- '.v k »f iif n number of it^ employe*, nruiy nf whntr v;iil nnw i<'.r v/e i * mil j j' i d.iy. a r.or.'viiAMrrnM i.aoy clirkd OK INFI.UKMZA RV OK SIIM, ijon's ni-:v, nisft >vei>y. " J had a jn j«t seven- attack of In Jhieni'.a," writes Mrs H. A. Hurley, Kent-street, liockhampton, Q. " My luetd ached, my throat was very sore, Making swallowing very painful. 1 si'i'ined toliave pains in every part of j my body. My le^s were often *o weak I I hud to lie flown. This lasted for some time, although I was continually taking j 'cures,' whi-h did me no j.'ood. One' day I ehamvd tn si-m ;ut advertisement , in the 'Hulk-tin.' and s<*n...

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POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 2 June 1914

POSITION OK CUIUS. The ji(iiitiori;i of tin- varioua duby lor Hie pri-micrHhip arr as follows Club. riyd. Won. Lost, l'lfl. Alli ndalc ami Hrnoiiiliclil | ;; ,) :i (I I! I) A (nil attendance ol members is requested at a meeting of the Creswick club, to be held on Thursday evening next, at 8 o'clock, at the American hotel. Cmawirk n<.-wlyn Smeaton I! n ■I It ;i j 0 12 1 12 2 1

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 2 June 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Ribs of beef and other jointfl aro frequently boned by tlie butcher and tho bones sent with tho moat. They should at once bo examined, and any bits the least tainted choppd off and thrown awav. Tho bones should thon be put into the oven and baked slowly till dry. They will then keep good for several days, and, wh«n wanted for soup, should bo soaked for half an Hour in cold water before beginning to cook them. TO KEEP HAW MEAT SWEET. i Run a littlo vinegar oyer a largo dish, then place two pieces of atick | across, lay the joint on the sticks, and : tho meat will keep quite fresliduring the hottest weather. J& will also j prevent flies attacking it, sinco they | disliko tho smell of vinegar. Stars in 1 a. cool pantrv. 1 TO PIU2VKNT MILK FBOM BWAV ING. When milk has to bo boiIe<l and thero is a fear of its burning, a good plan is to boil rapidly a littlo water— just enough to cover the bottom of the pan—before putting in tho milk, This will prevent ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 2 June 1914

B( ra a ® » 0 First a Shiver, then a Chill, 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 tabic looking at — Cushing's. — Here are a Few Lines that we are Showing : Men's Tasmanian Bluey Jumpers Men's Tasmanian Bluey Trousers, ios 6d Men's Tasmanian Bluey Long Back Vests, ios (id Men's Tasmanian Bluey Sac Coats, 19s 1 id Men's Best Yarn Socks, made locally, is Kd Msn's Best Fingering Socks, made locally, 2S Men's Hxtra Large Flannel Shirts, 4s 6d, 5s 6d, Men's Flannel Hants, 2s lid, 3s ud Men's Fleeced Lined Pants, 23 lid, 3s fid Men's Fleeced Lined Singlets, 2Siid, 3s fid, 3s lid 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 Coals, in Black, Yellow and Brown, at all prices All WodI Travelling Rugs, 16s ml, 18s lid, 22s ud Boys' Bluey Knickers, best Ferguson's lining,...

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NEWLYN BEAT DEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 2 June 1914

NKWLYN BEAT DEAN. The match between the above teams was played at Newlyn on Satur day afternoon, ending in a victory for Ncwlyu. Both teams were fairly re presented, and the result was a good, strenuous contest. The teams were:— Newlyn.—Forward : E. Yelland, II. May, McKinnon. Half-forward : M. Ryan, H. Mitchell, Burton. Centre : Connors, McHenry, A. Yelland. Half, back : McKnv. N Arlrinc t„<t Back : R. McKay, j. May, A. Atkins, rollovers : Robinson, Clcary. Rover: Merriman. Ucau.—Forward : J. O'Brien, Drury, Ritchie. Half-forward : Mcl'han, Arnold, While. Centre : Vague, Dell, Wiggins. Half-back : Whiting, Morris, Cole. Back : T. Slater, Martin, Giles. Followers : Rush, Kelly. Rover : A. Slater. McDuff umpired the game in an efficient manner. On the bounce of the ball Dean got the first move, Kelly at once passing to O'Brien to McPhau, who raised the two llags lor Dein. Starling again Robinson passed to Jeffrey. Mcl'han rescuing. McHenry, Yelland and Jeffrey worked hard ...

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THE COMPOST HEAP. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 2 June 1914

THE COMPOST HEAP. Compttt is mixed and rotted v«g« table nattir, particularly manure wid litter. The mixture of bulky fertilii ing material, known ai compost, win]# ot little importune* to the general far mer, piajti au important .part in gar den i*raoticet. Many of the garden crops mus'i be mado in a rery short tjm«, or ar<r of delicate feeding habits Their i'oo'l thorotore, inubt be easily aHnimilabla. It is good practice to pile all coarso manures, aod*, ireods, or any rubbibli available /or tho pur poso, in big, Hat heaps, to ferment and rot bwforo being applied to the garden aoil. it' desired, chemical manures, such, aw superphosphate, bono-dust, kai nit, or wuriuto of potash, may bo add ed to mako tho comport tho richor. By wpading or forking the heap® noil ! a few timuft at reasonable intervals, a I homogeneous mass is easily obtainod, which can bo applied in great liberality without foar, or inoro sparingly, in ac cordance with the needs of tho partiou Jar crop. O...

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SPORTING NOTES. Football. CRESWICK AND ALLENDALE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. CRESWICK BEATS ALLENDALE AND BROOMFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 2 June 1914

I SPORTING NOTES. Football. CRESWICK AND ALLENDALE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. CRESWICK BEATS ALLENDALE ANL) I3R00MHELD. The above clubs met on the local ground on Saturday last for the first time this season, when a most strenu ous gamo was played. I'rom start to finish the match was well contested, and despite the fact that the home team led the scoring from first to last, it was very exciting, for up to the last quarter the visiting combination were within striking distance, when Crcs wick put on three goals and a point and held the game safe. It was a very interesting match, for first one team attacked and then the other, the success of the locals being mainly due to the advantage they took of op portunities which presented themselves when the ball came within scoring distance. Creswick effected a win by .(0 points—44 to .(—but this does not give a true indication of the play. Certainly they were the better team on the day, but not to such an extent as might be imagined from a glance ...

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THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858 TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 2 June 1914

THI; CRCSWiCK ADVBRTISBR ESTABLISHED 1050 Tuesday, Junk 2, igi.( The annual ball and supper in aid of the Creswick District Hospital takes place in the town ball to-morrow (Wednesday) evening, and should prove most enjojable and successful. A committee of ladies and gentlemen have been working hard to bring about a record profit, and there is every indication that they will be well re warded for tliLir labors and a large sum netted for the hospital, an insti tution deserving the support of all residents of the district lor miles around. Kxccllc'nt music v. i|' be pro' vided, and a committee of ladies have control of the supper arrangements. whi"h i-. a sufficient guirnn'ce that nothing will be wanting in that respect. The tickets are double 5/, extra lady I r/, and already a large number have been disposed of. A large attendance at the ball is confidently expected. I SOROSES SKIN FOOD. Kvwy woman who wishes to appear h»;r li'-.il should usi- SoKoSKS for tin Skin. Soroses .Skin Food ...

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