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Newlyn. ROMNEY MARSH SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

Ncwlyn. ROMNEY MARSH SHEEP. Messrs W. II, and V. Yellatid, of Newlyn, recently sold 10 flock rams at four guineas cadi to the l.yndky Station, Queensland. They arrived safely, and the purchaser, Mr Sparkes, was very pleased with them, and wrote saying they were the best lot of rani lambs he had ev?r seen, :,wl ordered 50 more to be sent 011. Ttuse will be shipped by the Kanoivna on the :6th inst.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

OBITUARY. ft , The many friends of Mr William S. Holmes, of "Sauchieburo," Ascot, will learn with regret of his death, which occurred rather unexpectedly on Sat urday morning. Mr Holmes, who was one of the oldest farmers in the Ascot district, had been in ill-health, suffering from diabetes, for two or three years, but he was about until Friday last. There was nothing unusual in his con dition when he retired oil Friday night, but early oil Saturday morning lie took a bad turn, and the end came rapidly. The late Mr Holmes, who was 5S years of age, was a native of Victoria, and lived almost all bis life in the Ascot district, where be carried 011 farming with much success. He was regarded as a good judge of stock, and always took a great interest in agricultural shows. Mr Holmes was a prominent member of committee of the Creswick, Kingston and Ascot Coursing Club, and his demise will be greatly regretted by the officials. The deceased leaves a widow and grown-up family of two sons an...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

I.ittle 1'eter I'umpkin blew liia little nu.su. Wiped his streaming eye-lids, Wore liia warmest clothes, I'ut his feet in mustard, Sneezed twelve times—no fewer, Till liia mammy cured him With Woods' Great I'eppormint Cure.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRESWICK v. ST. JOHN'S. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

CUESWICK v. ST. JOHN'S. Yesterday afternoon Creswick re ceived a visit froni St. John's, liallarat, when a match was played in Leopold park. The home club played a number junioro, very few of the regular team stripping, and they won by 11) points. 1'hc scores at the several quarters were as under:— First Quarter. Creawick—2 gls a bhds St. John's—1 bhd Second Quarter. Creswick—2 f(ls 1 bhds St. John's—'/ trls 1 bh:l Third Quarter. Creswick—;! «is 4 bhds •St. John's—:i gls G bhds Final. Oeawick—7 |»la 7 lihds St. John's—I k's li bhds.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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POSITION OF CLUBS. The positions of the various clubs for the premiership are as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

POSITION OF CLUUS. The positions of the various clubs for the premiership are as follows :— Club. I'lyd. Won. Lost. I'ts. CroBwick ... •1 0 16 Newlyn It 3 12 Allendale unci Droomfield 2 2 8 Smeaton U 1 Denn 1 0 \ 0

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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£40 FOR A SLIPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

£40 FOR A SLIPPER. 4 Forty i)ounda was tho reward which Miw KHun Gilbert, a young and beau tiful Amcrioan, rccaired for tho loss one of her dainty slippers, which, Cm dcn-Jla-liko, kHo left bohind in a well known Paris cafo whoro she had uoii performing. Miss Gilbert is girUHug tho globo to vin a wages mauo *'J*h th« woll-known noretist, Mr. Jnek Lon don. One condition is thai sho should work her way round tho world, ami it was in tho cfrschargQ of this not too easy tnak that she found herself singing to a reject comp&nV id tho Cafa do Parii on tho night that her pJipper passed from Her ponsoraion into that zA tho b*.ron who had fallen a victim to tho charm* of hor roica. Unablp to detain tho ningtr, the baron plo«J»d for tho slipper aa a memento, and, h'fi request- nctwded *U), mvellod M.iw* Gil bert's trarelling fund to the oxtojt oi n JOGOf. note, Africans to bt* ficenc of hor noxt conquoti. and. * 1 thougk she lias alrnady buon *wo >«»rr on b«r journey, sho it. noi«hi...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALLENDALE MINING LEADS. MINISTER OF MINES INSPECTS FOUR SITES TO BE BORED. RESIDENTS WELL SATISFIED. MINING REVIVAL EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

' ALLENDALE MINING LEADS. MINISTER OF MINES INSPECTS FOUR SITES TO BE BORED. RESIDENTS WELL SATISFIED. MINING REVIVAL EXPECTED. As a result of Lhe promise made on j Saturday last by the Minister of i Mines that four sites in the Allendale district be bored for alluvial leads and reef washes,. the residents anticipate that ere long there will be quite a mining revival in the neighborhood of the famous Berry lead, world-renowned for the quantity of gold taken there from. The old Berry lead being practically worked out, residents of the district considered that endeavors should be made to turn attention to the tributary leads and reef washes in the vicinity. Meetings were held in Allendale to consider the matter, and through the agency of Sir A. J. Peacock, the member for the district, a report on the advisability of boring operations was obtained, being furnished to the Mines department by Mr W. Baragwanath, geological surveyor, on 24th August, 1911. Difficulty was experienced in obta...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KINGS WHO LIVE ON PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

KINGS WHO LIVE ON PENSIOfiS In subjugating tho earage «rtt>06 in 1 fcheir African and Asiatic p***ytf»s'ons, n { task which has kept tho French puople i bney for many yonrv, they hav« been not a JiUle embarrassed at times by finding themselves burdened with a icvr dcposwl monarchs whom it was found • necessary to pension oif m order to keep them out of further mischief. One of tho first of those dopobod kings was Behauzin, King of Dahomey, who wah deprived of liiB tlironc sorao twenty years ago, and whoso son is now living in Paris on a small pension. Mention might al*o bo tnado of tho nephew and successor of. Benbanzin, Prince King of Dahomey, who was dis possessed in 1900. "What caused tho most chagrin to this black king was not so much tho loss of his realm, but that of » largo diamond ring, tho gift ot tho Government which confiscated ifc. Kightv thousand francs is tho pen sion which is paid to tho former King of Anuam. the Prineo Ham Nghi, mon arch of tiio territory along th...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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THE PROPERTIES OF HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

THE PROPERTIES Of J/EAT. I School f'ispcctor (t-o {-barn btur). 1 "What <uv the propcrlus (if iu?at?'^ I Jinv: l,Th^ chstf property is llj.it ft I ('xj).ui(h bod'os, whili; <o!d Colin-net's ; "Wry •">>'!; jriiv im* an 4'J'i Munnirr, wiicn it is hot, tJi*' day i.-. Ion;.;; in winter, when ii is cold, ;;;•■< 1!■ ■ y U .-.Ijort." ivc't Irispj-ctor, lo.-jt in nmnzcniciil that o familiar nn instance f-lmiii 1 havo so long eseapixl his own observa tion. I

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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DEADLY WEAPONS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

DEADLY WEAPONS. A French inrontor huB made a fright ful addition to tlio cflicney of the re volver. A small but powerful tioctrie light; is attadicd to the nn^htuusin of « pistol of ordinary £:xe. JJy n»u oi lensut and mirrors th* (^laro of tho circle of light which tho Ininp throws is bright enough to bu cloarly noon in daylight agiiust a light-coloured suit o: clothes. Now, tho cuntrc of the circlc of light marked by a. black spotj hv nrrango liiont of tho len.s.s, is exactly tlio spot wheru tho bullet will ttrikc. Thus all ono hoK to do is to place tho black < cn <re of tho blazing circlc of light or.^r tho lumrt of au adversary ;md pull tho trigger. At night the light is shockingly s*nmg. Experiments with die new v/va |>oii *ho»v that po'rfcct greenhorns, who hnv.» nvrcr used n revolver in their l:vta, can shoot far morw accurately, than exports usUi? an ordinary pistol. Up N) sixty yards ho cannot miss n small bnl.Veyo, day or night, whi'r extremely acc...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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PORK PRODUCTION CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

PORK PRODUCTION CONTEST. | Tho iSoi th Dakota park production content w.iH earned oil by 'Jti'.l boys mid girls. I'jiK'lt into ltd mid eared" lor a Inter of pigs, to kl-u who could pro duce the .m„v pork iu tho least time mid tho must eojiioiiiie.'illy. Tho eonUbt wns won by Charles llus sell, of JJottinead. llo produced 2!)lKl lb* of pork from one Jitter in 203 d:iys, ai a cost ot a little Icsa than IJd a ib. Die sovr whs a Yorkshire, number in litter, J-I ; number raised, M ; tut;; C.-si of l eud ixd, ijlO/12/; profit, v.; purk at yd, lor tho litter. iVii:eiy-l'our yuaiifkd for finals on tho L'Oth November. Thomas Cooper, Director of Ui<> North Dakota iOxporinient Station, in planning tho contest, gavo out tho fol Inwing conditions : —Tlie litter 1 roin uiio m)\v ; no ( titi v allowed where k>w fairovcd lat-cr than lavli Juno; to bo led and cared f*:r by a boy or girl, 10 to 16 years of ago; monthly reports to ;■!' ; n. i:: of food led; oonUsi, to close Lu.a Novem...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Husticua") TVio >» surely uuiuo economic Lh.il. will oxaet iiunialimoiit l'oc tiio de sUucUoj oi huiier calves and ono iauil h. Sumo iiliadLB of( tho matter thai, tif> not occur to tho avoiajio mull, hut »»kith ino, i.over.rthelo.-s, oi vital impoit, uc.u uKicii. (1 upon tho other il.iv by .Mr. 11. J- Malison, i ratio Ck)*.i.iu.)..:oiior lor .Now Zealand, when intvrvit>\ml in Melbourne. ltet'orrinR to ;lio export el' owo lambs I10 said:— 'Tho loolhardimsy of U10 practloo should i>o enforced upon tho farmer uy lcf4.:.lai-ion, or by some other ouiphatic in^ins, utiioiw...u tho strikui" decline an pjjuwii in tho number of sheep an ijuutiv plimo must continue, to the ifatr-iiiv Jit, of tho State. S01110 ten v«ava ago ivu agitation t-ook place 111 S'.uv Zealand (or legislation to ch.cs; pr.icUc._-. that were decimatint} (locks and herds, and ( well remember when ,ln! lati> Kii'hnril John Soddon, tho 1'rnuo M.nistor, mndo an announcement ou tho ;,i;bj...

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SPORTING NOTES. Football. CRESWICK AND ALLENDALE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. CRESWICK DEFEATS DEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 9 June 1914

SPORTING NOTES. Football. CRESWICK AND ALLENDALE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. CRESWICK DEFEATS DEAN. Keen interest is taken in district football this year. It is the one topic among lovers of the winter game, and as far as Dean is concerned it was manifested on Saturday by the large gathering which assembled on the Dean ground to witness the above match. I'leasant weather made the trip from Creswick to Dean enjoyable. The game, although one-sided, was nevertheless very interesting until the latter portion. Birt, of Ballarat, acted as central umpire. The following teams were placed in the field:— Creswick:—Back : James, Chalkley, Hcagney. Half-back : Whelau, Clarke, Harrison. Centre : Horn, Harvey, Burns. Ilalffoiward : Mann, l'asci), Bennett. Forward : Curtain, Fox, New. Followers: Harris, Bush. Rover : Ilender. Dean:—Back : Giles, Wade, Drury. Half back : Boustead, Slater, Red ford. Centre : Wiggins, Donnelly, Vague. Half-forward : Ritchie, O'Hoir, Tatchell f orward : McPhan, Ritchie, O'B...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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PRODUCE BY POST. FINAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 12 June 1914

PRODUCE BY POST. Hi — FINAL ARRANGEMENTS. The Postal department has pro vided for publication a statement re lating to the carriage by post ol farm produce. After drawing attention to the fact that the system will be intra duced on ist July, the statement shows that the articles of local produc tion which it is proposed to carry are thoso which are daily consumed in most households, the following of which are a selection:—Fruit, vege tables, flowers, Australian cider, bread, pastry, honey, butter, eggs, cream, cheese, ham, bacon, meat, rabbits, hares, poultry, fish, game and butchers' small goods. The statement proceeds: —" The service is to be carried out by the Railway and Postal depart ments, each undertaking a distinct portion of the work. The Railway department will rcccivc the goods on payment of the special rates and postal delivery charges, and will convey them to Melbourne. At the metropolitan railway stations the parcels will be transferred to the Postal department, which ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Tennis. METHODIST v. WENDOUREE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 12 June 1914

Tennis. METHODIST v. WENDOUREE. Tlic Methodist Tennis club paid a visit to Ballarat on King's Birthday (Monday last), and played a match with the Wendouree club. A very enjoyable outing was spent. The result was a win for Wendouree, 101 games to Si. The visitors were en tertained at dinner and lea.

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FIRE BRIGADE. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 12 June 1914

FIRE BRIGADE, *i—— MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the above was held in the brigade station on Tuesday evening last. Captain lies occupied the chair, and there was a good attendance of members. CORKESI'ONDKN'CE. From Hire Brigades' Board, approv ing of Firemen G. Fisher and II. Bowley being enrolled as registered members for the north side of Davies' bridge. From Buninyong Brigade, forward ing invitations for annual social.—The invitations wen; distributed amongst members signifying their intention of attending. From Chief Otticer, asking for measurement of the circumfcrence of the widest part of tongue of main bell so that he would have an idea of the size of the big tongue required.—The secretary was instructed to supply the necessary information From Fireman \V. Horn, tendering his resignation. After seme discussion it was agreed that Capt Iks and ex-Capt. Rassell wait on Fireman Horn, with a request that he reconsider his decision to resign. c.h.Ni:i:.M. MWINKS. Messrs ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 12 June 1914

THE Advertisers in this paper arc not spending money for space j.iai for fun. Tliey must lie able to offer you some advantages. The Benefits can't lie all en their side. Otherwise they could not stay in business. Write tn them all. Let them tell you more than can he told in the limited space in their advertisements. The information will anyway he worth the little trouble and the stamps. When cuttpons are printed in the advertisements, cut them out and use them, and in every case please say you saw the advertise ment in this paper. Men's l-'itll-slr.o ,Tprs<\rs •'/, Men's SmuiII-hIzp .lerso.VJi .. •• White Drill Knickers .. 2/0, V lUne Knlokers -'<» Ufini KnlrJsvr* '1/ SloekitlCS, Men's 1/fi Hoofs IT fi. 1f<i Kinetic I'Miuda*;'-*. Ankle Straps, Stops. DISCOUNT GIVEN TO CLUBS. Soncl for Our Free List containing Rules and natures. (;<>u- n,ri;s, uoi.r kau,s, hook fx stkmcs. laokoskic uacqukts AND KVKWYTinXi; KOI? STOUT, HART7 TiYf&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 12 June 1914

For Chronic Chest Complaints, ; Woods' Oreat Peppermint Cure, Is fid. i SOKOSKS SKIN FOOI). ! Kvcry woman who willies to appear i her best should use Soeiosks for the Skin. Soroses Skin Food is freshening, softening and beautifying. Pimples, Freckles, Wrir.kles, Sunburn and Sallowness disappear like magic. Price •Js •;<!. Obtainable from Miss M. Wall, tleheral Draper, Creswick. Negotiations arc in progress In secure the development of Szechuan with llritish capital. A British group ban obtained the c.xolusive right ol working, in conjunction with Chinese, the rich oil anil mineral resources of tin* province. YOU CANNOT FHFL 0001) When vour digestion is out. of ord»>r. I)U. SliKLDON'S DIOFSTIVF TA HU LKS digest. what you eat, thereby curing the cause of your indigestion. Price, Is Ud and Us Od. Obtainable at — see list, of customers. LAXO-TONIC PILLS Are a safe and certain remedy for JtjJjousne.ss, Constipation, LiverTroub les, Flatulence, Aiuemia, etc. Obtain able at. ...

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