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DISTRICT NEWS. Allendale. NOTICE OF TRANSFER. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 June 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. (From Our CorTtspondeata.) Allendale. NOTICE OF TRANSFER. Mr A. Pike, who lias been in charge of the local railway station, has re ceived notice of transfer lo Waubra, which carries with it promotion. lie is secretary of the local State school comnuttec, and has taken a big inter, est in various movements for the benefit of the school. In the Metho dist Church and Rechabite Order he and his family have been foremost and earnest workers, and they will be much missed. In the discharge of his vari ous duties at the railway station Mr Pike was a courteous and painstaking official. EMPIKE DAY HA LANCE-SHEET. The balancc-shcct of the recent Empire Day celebration shows a credit balance of ^1/3/10. The receipts totalled fS/i 7/7, which is considered satisfactory.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DELEGATES' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 June 1914

DELEGATES' MEETING. The monthly meeting of delegates of the Crcswick and Allendale District Association was held at Lee's Dean hotel on Tuesday evening last. The president (Captain Walton) occupied the chair, and the following were present :—Messrs Fred. Howley, Reg. Chalkley (Creswick), R. and J. Ken nedy (Smealon), A. Boustcad, C. Cutbush (Dean), and the secretary (Mr R. Bowlcy) Allendale and Ncwlyn delegates were absent without apologies. Mr Dillon, one of the central umpires, wroie regarding several things in the games which required rectifying, also enclosing the following rule (10) ol the league lor the benefit of the players " The ball may be taken in hand at any time, but not carried further than is necessary for a kick, unless the player strikes it against, the ground at least once in every ten yards. In the event of a player with the ball in hand, trying to pass an adversary, and being iikld by him, he must at once drop the ball. While being held, if the player does not at...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 June 1914

SOUOSES IiIQUIU RACE l'MWUI.i: in I'ounil )iy experts to hi- ,'i perfectly in valuable preparation, and a divided im provement on Lite old-l'asliioned dry powder. The medical profession re I'oinniend Sorosey Liquid Powder because it improve* the .'ippi-aranee and nets as a slii»*!il to the lUilicatt; akin a^uinst wiml, dust, smuts and the hot sun. l>rico2sCd per bottle. Obtuinablu from Mto» M, Wull, Draper, Creawick,

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BALLARAT PIG MARKET Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 June 1914

BALLARAT PIG MARKET Wednesday. Coghlan. Hoa.se and Co. report:—An other good yarding came fe»rwnrc! for to-day's market, comprising all classes: <<nly a few choppers penned. A full at tendance of the Hirers and trade was present. Baconers Competition was again brisk, and last week's higher rates were well maintained ; best pens making LI f»s to M i>s to 1,1 Ns (»l to M 10s: extras, J,1 Us f>d to 1,1 12s; the l.ittor price being top of the market, and which we obtained for three of M. Inverarity's and 1 for Air Richards. Good pens, L'S H>s to Ll Is; others from os. Prime pens of light weights are in great demand, and math- exceptional priees. Half-fats, 1,2 l.r»s lo 1/: lis. I'orkers:- -The curers an- still operating on llie best pens, L2 Nj to |;J 1 ."»s: a pen t<» !,:>os; others, from 1/2. forward stores A good Ii11</ penned, whi<"h met with keen competition, and sold from I,J ,"»s to 1 :i Ins to 1 /2 1-► 4. Young p...

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THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858. FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 June 1914

THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 185& Friday, Junk 5, 1914 The I foil. J. Drysd.tle Jiiuwn, Minister of Mines and Forests, is to pay a visit of inspection lo the Cres wick district to-morrow (Siturdayl, the member (or the district (Sir Alex ander I'cacock) lining notified the borough council to that effect. The object of the Minister's visit is two fold. As Minister of Mines he will, in the morning, inspect the situs suggested lur boring by the recent deputation from Allendale. These sites were favorably reported on by Mr \V. Maragwanath, geological sur veyor of the department, in August, 1 rj 11, being situated in the vicinity of Allendale, at which place a recent public meeting scut a deputatiun to the Minis ter, with a request that a drill be sent to bore at four sites reported on. Mr lirov.-n promised that boring operations would lie carried oul at the two first mentioned localities, and he would make a personal inspection of the other sites befote coming to a decisio...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 June 1914

MKLHOURNK Slllilil" MARKET Tuesday. I''al Sheep.yanhil. '1 here was a decline ran^ini; from Is per head on medium sorts to 2s on prime slutf, as compared with last week's prices. (Quotations :—Prime crossbred wethers, 22s Gil to ^.r)s; extra, 2<5s Gd to Ills; odd pens, 152s to IUs IM; odd wethers. to .r)Ds; good sorts, 20s to 21s '.M; second and inferior, to 17s; prime crossbred ewes, 21s Gd to "-Ms; extra, 21s IHi to 2^s lod; Odd to .'Ms Gd: «ood. |Sd Gd to 2os; second, 1."^ yj to 17s Gd; inferior, from lis I'll; prime merino wethers, -Is to 2-!s; extra, 21s to 2Gs; a few-extra prime, to ;iUs; ^ood, ISs to 2<>s, ewes, 1 -'s to 17s (id; low-conditioned beasts, from Gs. J-'at lambs.—-VISm penned. Sales closed weak, at reduced rates. Quotations:— Prime. l-1s :Jd to l!)s; extra, 2'M to 21s Gd; odd Jots, to 2 >s (id; tfood. 12s Gd to Ms (id; seconds, 10s i>d to 12s; inferior, from i's.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 June 1914

H K ffl w D a * . .** m » * M m m 0 M * m * * m * * V * ■ m XL n ■ PT B H H * n m First a Shiver, then a [Chill, and then will come the Doctor's Bill. VVc arc out against the Shiver, the Chill, tl,c Severe Cold, Pneu monia, and the Many Ills that follow. Every thing is warm and comfortable looking at — Cushing's. — Here are a Few Lines that we are Showing : KrCn'S Tasmani.™ Bluey Jumpers Mens Tnsmanian Bluey Trousers, ios 6d Mens Tasmanian Bluey Long Back Vests, ios 6J Men s Tasmanian Bluey Sac Coats, igs nd M°ntS nCst ^'arn Socks, made locally, is 8d >« n!s , s' Fingering Socks, made locally, 2s »i>S l*:xtr''1 ''arKC Flannel Shirts, 4s 6d, 5s 6d, 6s 6d Mens flannel Hants, 2s nd, 3s lift ' Men^s Heeced Lined Pants, 23 nd, -,s Od ivjen's I'leeced Lined Singlets. 2s iui, 3s 6d, 3s lid Men's Warm Suits, 30s, 35s, 40s Men|s Blanket Tweed Chesters, 25s, 30s, 35s, 40s Men's Mackintosh Chesters, 30s, 32s Od, 35s, 40s Men's Oil Coats, in Black, Yellow and Brown, at all prices All Wool...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 June 1914

Kur Brnlirliial Cou^Ih, lal.i Wood/dival IVppiTiiiinl Curt', L; lid. Fur Sam. I^HK SAMO.-All ALLOTMENT .if I liANlt ni'ar the Hank nf Aus tralasia. Kin^sUm. Apply to Airs Savii.i.i:, Kingston. 17<ok sai-k.-(!Aur.At;K, cauiTT r 1'1-OWKIi and ONION l'l,ANTS iimv n-iuly. l.ar«.- stork at Wiiat Ti-Tr.v Nursery. Snii-atoa. Mllli SAI.U.-CO-CAIIT. Kami (inli-r, i clu-ap. Apply tliin olluv. I^UK SAIil-:.— Smith (V. ini. r TYI'K II WKITKK. Cum! \voil;iiiK order. Sai-rilici', .tS. Apply to W. C. 1!. HltKNToN, Alli'tidale. REWARD. LO.S r. —Between Allendale P.O. and ConneH'9 Fruit Shop, a number of XI NOTES. Numbers known. Tlio above reward will bo paid on returning to C. llAimn\ Spring Hill. METHODIST CMUIIGilES. SERVICES SUNDAY NEXT, as follows :—■ Victoria hjtrnel—11 ii.m., Mr I'lirtiuss; 7 p.m., Mr Kitchen. ! North Creswiek—11 a.m., Mr Kitchen;1 7 p.m., Mr Furness. SpringinounL-U p.m., Mr Furuens. Kingston—11 a.m., Mr Brenton. Broomlield—11 a.m., Mr Chamberlain; 7 p.m., Mr Foste...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER III. THE FIRST WALTZ. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 June 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. (BY LILIAN KLLKltTOX.) CUAVTKH III. TI1K FlliST WAl/l'Z. On through the fragrant night, with every brnnuh and twig Uiuging rain-drops afier them :is they passed, and a harvest moon suiliug slowly through n host of puling stars, willi hope pointing wilh kindly linger to the lover wailing for lier at her journey's eud, anil dull oaro left in chargo ot ilis. Uroenaway at tlio inn. Ida It It so unutterably happy that she was almost) inclined to lift up her voice in song. Tho iriaro wont at a capital pace, eager for her stall in tlio Helton stables, and Captain Beresford drovo iu if ho shared her anxiety, and wero wil ling to satisfy it. Alouo in tho «"itcli'ng hour of night, with tho moonlight giving its nameless charm to tho overyday beauties of field and trees, and tho loveliest girl ho hod over seen sitting close by I113 side, Val Beresford folt a pleasant oi-citoment in his inner self, and liis pulses quickened their ordinary boat. * It was with a _ sigh of regre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 June 1914

The invigorating;

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Newlyn. M.I.A. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 5 June 1914

Newlyn. M.I.A. The usual weekly meeting of the Newlyn M.I,A. was held in the hall on Tuesday evening last. The item on the syllabus, sing, recite, tell a story, or pay 3d, was gone through, and the remainder of the evening was taken up with indoor games. The following officers have been elected: —President, Cr John T. Yates; vice-presidents, Messrs j. H. Williams and H, Rich ardson; committee, Messrs W. May, A. Stewart, S. Crisp, W. Bree, A, Ross, V.Yelland and A. McKinnon; secretary and treasurer, Mr J. Connors. The next meeting is to be held on Tuesday next, June 9th, when a debate will be held—" Which is the most conducive to the moral and physical development of a man, tennis or football."

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ROMANCE OF A FAMOUS GOLD MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

ROMANCE OF A FAMOUS GOLD MINE. i About forty yon™ a;;o a Scotsman, ) Donald Gordon by name, was cmKwor- j iii£ tn Jiutlco a loiiuno l>y eattJo «;raz imic on i'"J0 auvs in Queensland. Tin* wntrre was not, n success, and Gordon W)ok littK> inioiLwt in ;ho land, own wlum hi; brother Sandy got an idou :h;t! ;Iicjv »ius uialt-h in th<* big >mk U\V.'u- lookinj: boulder. uii the Unci. Fi'ji neither Sandy nor any of the pros p. r'.ur.-i who Visited the d.^rJct- suspect ed f^oKI in \rhab they tool; to be a pure iioit'itoiio formation. Ultimately, however, .uo brothers n;im.d Aloig.m, whifr on a prospoetmfi tour in look specimens away, which pamnd w\ «-.«• n'^hly that t hoy at first doubt-ed tho evidence of tboir .soij.sus. l^r.-ntuaDy tho Morion br.itJtor* funned a srndioato to minu tho land, vh- y j. loi.Jnini^ halt* thw inWr o >» t s. otlu-r shares hoini; *dd to Vr. I'!■ •.'ii;;»• ll.'ill. "hen manager of t: o Q::<u.»*!and N'atoanl Ifcink. bin hiot'u-. Tho...

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GOOD NEWS FOR HUSBANDS. FAMILY DRESS BILLS REDUCED BY HALF. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

GOOD NEWS FOR HUSBANDS, j F.-UULY DRESS BILLS REDUCED ! BY HALF. . I Thoro is hopo yet for the harassed husband wlio stands appalled nt tlio sizo of bis wife's millmory bilk and th« other everyday bills run up iii the household. It is not what wo oat that oo&ts, it is what you wear, lamtarts tho average Ivuiband, but in all this dia tribe againw the high oost of living, a glimmer of hope is appearing in tho d&rknora to* tho American husband, and then, prob ably, for «ho britkhor, too. The wear ing of hafc», boot®, and stockings mad© of Aluminium is to bo undo oompuleory by Gongrcts. Man, tho head of tho /amity, <6 to bo rolwtsud from noma of the bills that eqnic in every month to sAdden his life. Svmooae hus dwwjvered that thoso mo tel hot* oan be made for a minimum price. The great raluo ef this metal when used f«r feminine garment* is that it never v./irj out. Thin may seem a di&ulvan'ago to the woman who chan ges lior gowns ten'tinfc* a day and ...

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CO-OPERATIVE CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

CO-OPERATIVE CHARITY. Tfc - • not often that eharitablo insti T'ltioiis pre a!)!e to pay. their own way .J have pronto to oxpend upon the jcficurita. There is such an insti tution m Italy called tho Laboratorio Cousolota. This was started by j bo./.«r* cbaritablo Indies to rescue work ing girls from the iemi>tations of fac tory life and to.savo ihern from being svr;r.rtcd. Apprentices are paid enough to live on, and women worker* make as much money as, if not more than, if liey wero employed by ordinary dress taking establishments, says tho -j/orM's "Work.1 / During tlio dead seasons when girls employed in other dressmaking places are discharged tho Gonsolata girls are still employed. "Work ifi.dono at lower prices, ladies bring odd pieces of mater ial to bo made up, and everything is done to "keep things going." Thus, 'while erory other dressmaker is out of *.»rlc in February and August, tho Con snlnta girls are provided for4 Also, tho >*orkiu" day is ono hour shorter than I ...

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FINED FOR MARRYING. SOME SPORTING REMINISCENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

F*"JEO FUR MARRYING. '•''jme spouting ke.minisc'kn ces. Thau Lr.o.^f who, relying on tho £cn -'s.l beiioi that *Iio tItI't'c-caiil sharper j;«»k rally allow* hi.< vietiiu to win tho lirsv .-livko-i Ity picking out the l'iftht t i.vtaivour to gut tho bo.st of • tliM * rick^ti' v bv ualkm- off with tho first SviikeK, refusing to plnv anv mort als noot always siu-m >sin\ Vs illustrat ed f// i.'n incident which .Mr. JYrcy 1/, Nsij#*:i tot's in "Xho HoUings of a 3Iosslr>s Sumo'' (Uuseloy). AVIkmi lui was about o:;;hUvri .Mr. Xaish wvui U> JJa111 raoes. "1 had htMird," ho says, "that thoy (thrre card trioksi-ors), jJways allowed tho victim to win tho lirst ti'ino, 50 as to Juro him 0:1 to higher r.takos. F there to ro had a half-fovoroi^n bat with i ■ win, iuU'miiu^, Invovw, on winning ii> to w;»)k ntf. Wli.M. tJ)»>J'oJ'oro, w;u. '•it indignation at promptly <-1ioomhj; *n wrort^ card and iny money. » it niH-o told litem thoy did not play 'ho properly, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

LOYAL SPRING HILL LODGE, 1.0.0.F. 1 TSUAIj Fortnightly MKKT1NC will I I bo lii-Iil in tin- Kei-habit.- Hull mi WEDNESDAY (To-morrow) EVEN ING (instead uf Thuratlay), at 7.30 o'clock sharp. After Business — Social Evening »nd Presentation to liro. itichards. A cordial invitation is extended to all to be present. 1IY. HOWLEY, Secretary. rpOVVN HALL, 0KESW1CK. BLIND ENTERTAINERS. Malic a Note of This. THURSDAY, JUNE 1 Mil. GRAND VUOAL AND PICTORIAL CONCERT. In aid of tin- Association for tin- Ad vancement of the llliud and Home for Ailull Wind, Brighton Beach. I-'eet Movim; I'icUues liy Carl Wolfe. Mioxrapli Expert. Carefully Selected Vocal Items. Musical Srlc-o tiomi and Mystic Novelties. An Entertainment Worth Seeing. . A Cause Wui tli-K>i|iporUnL' .1. U. COWhlN'lj, Hoe. h,.,.. __ Loit LOST.- I'air of COUICSlNCi SLll'S, near "Snizort," oil Clunea Road, on liOth ult. Finder pluasu return to T. Coffey, North Crwvigk, Announoomonta. rjioWN HALL, CUES WICK. FRIDAY,~ll'th JUNE, At 8 p....

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THE MANAGEMENT OF YOUNG PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

THE MANAGEMENT OF YOUNG PIGS. Our views as to what weight a pig should reach vary enormously. A frienu of j»y own, oilco a well-known JJerk shirc breeder, uiado his pigs into ba coners jji about thirty weeks or into porkers in sixteen weeks, but 1 do not think that in these Jater days ho would bo satislied with the results, for 7£ month* is a long period to feed a youngster for pruno meat, whereas ii the meat u-erj too heavy tho reduced ! price would remove all tho incentive. ! A porker pig .should pay vorj* well in I « week- and not be too fat, as j iust as in tho case of the baeoncr t)> J 1 'ts down tho price. Another onco famous broker friend fed his pigs until his hums scaled *JOlb each, but theso u'.'/v onJv .'-even mouths old, vet they aiiord an excellent idea as to tho gross wejght 0i' tlit- cartusw Tho curer c.f bacon requires not only j lean meat, but small meat, honco the ; weight ot a Itaeun pig should not ex I ceed 110 ia 100 lb., and it is precisely ; such meat which...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

l.nst week a farm employe named Ross brought into ISirchip a migpct ol pure yold, which turned the scale at o?.. The specimen was (cund on Morris' Bros.' (aim, near an old black fellow's oven. It is supposed to havt been carried there by blacks from some nther centres. Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails, 1/li. Over 20 residents of the Karancira and Yabba districts were earh fined 5/ for failmi; to have their names placed 011 the Federal electoral rolls. For Chronic Chest Complaint.-:, Woods' (ireat Peppermint Cure, lslid. A premium of ^2000 is to be paid for the design (or Federal Parliament Mouse, recommended hy the hoard. There will also be seven or right other graded amounts to be paid to the com. petitors who romo nearest to t he adopted desitii. The designs art: lie first line drawings, and the successful architect is to lie placed in charge ol the erection of the hnildiiiR, which, when completed, will cost about ^"1,500,000 For the present, botv ev...

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Allendale. NEW STATION MASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

Allendale. NEW STAT10NM AriTliU. Mr Davey has beer appointed S.M. at the local railway station; Mr A. Pike being transferred to NVaubra. VALEDICTORY SOCIAL. Mr A. Pike, who for nearly three years has been S.M. at the local railway station, was on Friday evening enter tained at a public farewell by local resident?. There was a large attend ance, and Mr I). Mcliruth occupied the chair. The chairman said it was with mixed feelings he was there that night —sorry to say good-bye to Mr I'ike, but glad to hear lie was promoted. lie had done the townsfolk and their young people good service, particularly the young men whom he took in hand at the local railway station, helping them for the battle of life. He had been courteous and attentive in his duties to the public, and with Mrs Pike and family would be much missed. Mr Trott (president of the School Commit tea), Mr E. .1. Grieve (head teacher of the local State school), spoke of the interest displayed by Mr Pike in efforts for the school....

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