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POSITION OF CLUBS. The positions of the various clubs for the premiership are as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

J'OSITION OK CLUBS. Til'.' positions of the various clubs for the jiriMniersliip arc as follows Club. I'lyd. Won. Lost. 1'ts. Cn.'awick n 0 20 Nuwlyn 5 ;i 2 12 Allendale and Broomliekl •1 2 2 8 Smoiiton r> :{ K Ucau .ri o 5 0 A meeting of llie linancu and nenctal cot'itniUec of (lie Creswick Football Club will be liclcl at Johnson's Bridge I hotel at 8 o'clock this (Tuesday) even ing. A spccial tneelitig of the district football association will be held at Johnson'!! Bridge hotel, Crcswick, on Friday evening next, at 8 o'clock, (or the purpose o( inquiring into charges made by Umpire Burt against three players who took part in the match between Dean and Crcswick, two of the former and one of the latter's players being concerned.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SMEATON v. DEAN. WON BY SMEATON. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

SMEATON v. DEAN. WON BY SMEATON. For the second time this season the two young clubs of the association met and victory again lay with Smeaton. The Dean ground is well sheltered,and Saturday's strong wind had little effect on the play. Both teams were well represented, and an enjoyable and well contested game resulted. Umpire Dillon, as usual, gave satisfaction. Smeaton secured the ball at the bounce and soon had it into Dean territory, but n free to Whiting in front of goal relieved the pressure. Crane and Nonhcott relumed, but Whiting again proved useful, passing to Vague. Ciane returned, but O'Brien marked and forwarded. A return by Clohesy was spoilt by a free kick to Rush. M. Clohesy was doing fiue work for .Smeaton, but E. Grills and Whiting were doing good defence work. A free to A. Slater, who made a fine wing run, passing to Rush, but the attack was staved off by Curran. Clohesy, from a free kick, was the means of Williams ending a nice run by a flying shot that raised the ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Take Peps Regularly. The Real Sateguard Against Throat and Chest Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

Take Peps Regularly. _—ffi — The Real Satoguard Against Throat anil Chost Troubles. Il is alw?.ys best at this dangor.ius time of (he j-c.'ir io c;irry a box of Pops, and lot one or two of these hreatheable tablets dissolve in the mouth. Thi*; is the surest way to arrest a cold or dull in its first stages, and so prevent il1: scltlitiq on the lutu;s. In Trnin or Tram Peps will enable you lo ward nIT the danger arising front winds and draughts, or from contact Willi people sufferin;: Irom infectious colds, influenza and chest complaints. If a Persistent Tickling Cough seizes you, Peps will at once rid yon of the cause of the irritation, and will save you from an obstinate attack of sore throat or bronchitis. For tlio Children, the salest and most pleasant throat and chest remedy is Peps. Peps are free from all harm ful drugs, and soon stop rroupiness, wheezing, and bad breathing. For the Old Folks Peps mean restful days and peaceful nights, un broken by the exhausting cough of bionch...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

For Ilroncliial CourIis, take Woods' Groat lVpjiprmint Cur*. la Cri. A New York cnblu message relates the story of a collision between two larj*e steamers. A papinp hole was made in the side o( one liner, hut both vessels succeeded in keeping a flout. A KOCKHAMrrON IjADY CbltED OF 1NKMJKNZA BY l)l£. SIIK1. I)()N'S NKW IMSCOVFRY. 441 inula most .seven' attack of In fluenza," writes Mrs K. A. Hurley, Kont-strcot, Kockhampton, (J. "My head ached, my throat was very sore, making swallowing vory painful. j seemed to have pains in every part of my body. My h'K* were often no weak I h&d to Ji'' down. This Justed for .some time, although 1 wan continually taking VurP.s,' which diil me do good. One day I chanced lo see an advertiaoinont in the 'Bulletin,' and s«mt. for a bottle of Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. Two days' treatment made a gruat improve ment in me, fo f kept taking it, reeling it. was indeed ditVeivnt to nil tlu* other remedies I had fried. J havo ju.st finished my secon...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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SPORTING NOTES. Football. CRESWICK AND ALLENDALE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. CRESWICK DEFEATS NEWLYN. AN EXCITING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

I SPORTING NOTES. -I FootSball. CRESWICIC AND ALLENDALE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. CRESW1CK DEFEATS NEWLYN. AN EXCITING MATCH. When Creswick beat Ncwlyn in the local park in the first match for the season, after a closely contested game, it was anticipated that when the same teams met on the Newlyn ground the fight for supremacy would be strenu ous and exciting, and these anticipa tions were fully realised last Saturday afternoon. Creswick, having won all their matches, had finished the first, round for the premiership with a lead of four points over Ncwlyn, who were bent on winning to bring them on equal terms with their opponents. In this case anticipations were not real ised, for the last kick of the match decided the game in favor of Creswick by five points—4 4 to 3 5. A strong northerly wind blew down the ground, the result being that not a single point was scored at the north goal, although the visitors were mighty near success on several occasions when kicking against the wind. It...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

■ H > m * * M * * * m v m ■m m m m u m m m ■ m ft K KEEN, Discriminating Shoppers who have been eagerly looking forward to the special opporj lunities of securing some EXTRAORDINARY VALUES When we say thai the pricc cutting which has taken place in all Departments has been more drastic than ever before, it will prove A STARTLING REVELATION to everybody who visits our Store, who will see the immense reductions of all Usual Prices to enable us to effect a speedy clearance of the whole of our Surplus Stock at our Great WINTER SALE — STARTING — SATURDAY, JUNE 20th. The exceptionally mild Winter leaves us heavily stocked with Winter Goods, and we intend to clear every line regardless of cost. Coupons will be given as usual. Bargain and Remnant Tables will be laid out in — — our Furnishing Store, ■ * * w A V ■ ft ft ft ft ft K ft ft ft B ft ft 11 ft' ft ft ft a " THE WHITE HOUSE OF VALUE, a ORES WIC ft ftftft'^aaa* ftafc vft You Require The Best Groceries, Preserves, Confectionary, Cor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

HOW TO NEUTRALISE DANGEROUS STOIHACH ACIDS. , & Few people besides physicians teniae the importance of keeping the food contents ol the stomach free from acid fermentation. Healthy normal diges tion cannot take place while the deli cate lining of tiie stomach is being inflamed by acid and wind—th= results of fermcuting food in iht: stomach, To secure perfect digestion, fermentation must be slopped or prevented, and the acid neutralised. J,-or this purpose physicians usually recommend getting a little bisurated magnesia from the chemist and taking half a teaspoonful iu a little fiot or cold water immediately after eating. They recommend bisura ted magnesia because it is pleasant to take, has no disagreeable alter effects, and instantly stops fei mentation, neutralises the acid and makes the sour acid food bland, sweet and ;asily digested. The regular use of bisurated mag nesia—be cure you get the /'iiitntUil, as other kinds of magnesia are of little value—is an absolute guara...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858 TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

THE CRESNVICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858 Tuesday, ju.vk 16, 1914 Mr \V, II. Ciorc, secretary of the Creswick shire, lias received a com munication (rotn Mr Hans. \V. II. Irvine, M.P., regarding representatives wade to the Postmaster-General that the old mail route between Creswick and Nett'stead be adhered to, a change having been contemplated. Mr Irvine enclosed the following letter from the secretary of the department :—" Willi reference to the letter recently pre sented by you from the shire secretary, Kingston, Vic , relative to the desire that the present in til service and route between Creswick and Newstead be adhered to, I beg to inform you it had been decided to cintinuc the exacting service lor a further period of three years, (torn the 1st proximo." Mr D. C. McGrath, M P, has also notified the Creswick Shire and Borough Councils to the same effect. The monthly meeting of the com mittee of the Creswick District Hos pital, which should have been held on Thursday evening la...

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AUSTRAL-AMERICAN UNITY. THE CLAIMS OF CALIFORNIA. NEW APPEAL TO AUSTRALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

AUSTRAL-AMERICAN UNITY. * THE CLAIMS OF CALIFORNIA. NEW APPEAL TO AUSTRALIANS. Whatsover the future may have iu store, as regards the position of the nhite race io Australia and the Pacific States of the American Union, thorc can be no question thai the members of that race, domiciled in these two sections of the earth, regard the Asiatic peril as something more than the crea tion of a frenzied fancy. People and press alike display a remarkable unity and enthusiasm in the propogation of the principle enunciated in the popular song by the words "This bit of the world belongs to us." Greatly favored by nature as Australia is, California and her sister States may be said to be favored in no inferior measure. The characteristics of the citizens are strikingly similar, and their ideals and aspirations here, and there, are dependent on the absolute suprem acy of the white race. If ever there was a case where the homely r.dnge "unity is strength" is applicable this is one. For years there ...

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F.M.E.A. CRESWICK BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

F.M.E.A. B—— CRESWICK BRANCH. The fortnightly meeting of com. mittee was held in the office on Satur- | day evening. There were present :— Mr J. Lenthall (vice president, in the cluiir), Messrs G- Booth, Thus. Mann, V. Quanchi, R. Richards, Ji. Booth j and L. B. Elshaug (secretary). I CORRESPONDENCE, | From Mr J. R. Little, general secretary of the KM.E A., with notices to branches that a special levy of 2/6 ! has been struck for defraying arbitra tion expenses —It wis resolved that 6d per member be collected as a Qrst instalment. From the secretary of the United Laborers' Union, Geelorig.—Mo action taken. REPORTS. from Mr J. Ellis, reporting no improvement in his health. from Mr W. Ellis, South Berry mine, reporting that he was going to start work next week. FINANCE. The following accounts were passed for payment :—Accident I'ay.—North Star : J. lillis, £1. South 13;rry : Wm. Ellis, £ - Incidental Expenses. —Secretary's salary, ^3; F.M.E.A., £1 15/. Total, ^,7 15/. GENERAL ISUSINES...

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Australian Land. ITS UNIMPROVED VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

Australian Land. ITS UNIMPROVED VALUE. According to assessments by the Commonwealth Land Tax Depart ment, Australian land in 19 r 2 lud an unimproved value of ^'189,039,150 This was apportionedamonp, the States, as follows:— Nt-w South Wales ... £33,185,007 Victoria fj7,974,S7f> Queensland 1 -1.88S.1MG South Australia li),9f>2,9f>3 West Australia 7,0GG,752 Tasmania 5,970,0-15 Victoria showed a far greater pro portion than New South Wales of town to country values ; also a much larger piopoition of inul^nl In absentee owners, the figures bcinc; as follow:— Unimproved values —Victoria : Resi dent, ^55,953,103 ; absentee, .£2,022,772. New South Wales : Resident, £80,434,921 ; absentee, ;£2,750,oS6. Tax assessed—Victoria ; Town, .£135,242; country, /2oG,i 36. New South Wales : Town, £220,449 : country, .£47^,554. The preponderance of town over country values in Victoria is lo be as cribed, of roursp, lo the much greater area of land in the Mother State, but Victoria's excess of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

VICTORIA insubanci GOY. LTD. Market Streot, Molbourno. Chalrmnn—Hon. Kdwnrrt Miller. Firs, Marine, Accident, Workmen's Compensation, Live Stock anil Guarunte Infuirnncf Husinep Con ducted. JAMES .1. II AVERT ST, Secretary. Ajjont:—W. P. Northnotl. Established iSfifi. S. EffiiMSOEM and SONS general storekeepers HIGH ST., KINGSTON. Market RateB for Dairy Produce. Agents for New Zealand Fire and Marine InBiiraneo Co. Risks taken at I.oweat Rates. AMERICAN HOTEL, C.T.A. HOUSE, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, ALBERT - STREET. Terms Strictly Moderate. Cabs Meet All Trains. Telephone, 11. P iUBLIC Directory on band ; also Bradtshaw'a Railway Guide. , T. HAINES, Proprietor. J The recognised commercial HOUSE. BRITISH HOTEL, I ALBERT STREET, CRESWICK. A Fine Up-to-date Hostelry, Containing Splendid Accommodation lor Traveller* ami Other*. Only the Best of Ales. Wines anil Spirits Supplied. First-class Menu. Cahs meet c-very train. Free Stabling. IT. 1RESON. Proprietor. Swanston Family llotolj, SWANSTON...

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Agricultural Colleges. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

Agricultural Colleges. ■ ,'H "■ - The reports of the Principals of Dookie and I.ongerenong Agricultural College? for the monlli of May stain Lh.it seeding operation1:, nniv in full swing, arc being carried or under very favorable conditions, During May 150 points of rain fell at Dookicand 103 at Lnngernnng. Up to date at flookie, 750 acres have been sown, including 400 of wheal, 2X0 oats, 40 peas, 24 barley, About 7 acres of the earliest sown whuat have required to be re seeded on arcniint of poor germination. The general outlook is satisfactory and , the live lock are all in first class con- ! dition. T working h'jrses are on a dull/ li.ion' ui -j;, lbs. oaten ctwt'l, 11 lbs. crushed oats and 2 lb. bran. Mr 1 Pye draws attention to the fact that the Millers' Association lias decided to give an extra 3d per bushel for Come back wheat. This variety lias been grown at Dookie for the past 15 years, and once nr twice it has given the top yield on tlie farm. The demand (or the seed has b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

For Children'^ Hacking Cnugl) at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is fid. LAXO-TON1C PILI.S Are a safe (mil certain remedy for Riliousness, Constipation, I.iverTroub les, (''iatuleiu'e. Aiuemia, etc. Obtain able at--everywhere. A new Caiholic school is being erected at Efjanstown at a cost of about &S° YOU CANNOT MIEI, GOOD When your digestion in out of order. DK.SUKLDON'S DKiKSTlVK TAHU I.KS digest what you eat, thereby curing tin* cause of your indigestion. Rriiv, Is (Id and tin (>d. Obtainable at— See list of I'UStOftierS. Damage crlirnaU'd a( £75,000 has hern done by firu nn th« Sydney waterside. For Chtonic ('host Complaints, Woods' (Irea! Peppermint Cure, lsfid. SOROSES SKIN FOOD. Kvory woman who wishes to appear her best should use Soko.sks for tho Skin. Soroses Skin Food hi freshening, nol'lening s"»d beautifying. I'impfes, Freckles, Wrir.kles, Sunhuru anil SallowneHs disappear like mflgie. I'i-Us* 1 2s ()d. Obtainable from Miss M, Wall, l General Draper, Cres...

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Blampied. SOCIAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

Blampisd. SOCIAL EVENING. A cuclirc parly and dance were held in the R.C. schoolroom on I'riday evening, Ihc 3rd inst., and was very successful, both financially and other wise. The arrangements were carried out in a very capable manner by the secretaries, Misses M, Lafranchi and J. Dorrizzi. About 25 tables were occupied by the playecs, and after some very interesting play the prizes were won by Miss S. Morgatui and Mr Wr. Robinson, the ladies' prize beiug a pair of serviette rings and the gentle man's prize, a pair of silver backed brushes. Miss M. Iloctor and Mr M. Cloliesy were the winners of the booby prizes. After the euchre the room was cleared for dancing, and about 50 couples tripped "the light fantastic." Miss K. I/ifranchi supplied the music, and excellent refreshments were provided by the ladies of the district, Messrs W. May and 1*. llaninn cariied out the duties of M.C. Auolher such entertainment is r'v Molted forward to.

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ALWAYS PICKING SOMETHING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

ALWAYS PICKING SOWETHlrJG. Tlx* Hishop of Worcester told a story tlm cither day in counec inn with tho cfForts of tlio church in hat part of the country to alleviato ,ho lot of the hopp.T.s who flock into Worcestershire in S- pteinber by tba housand. ( nc of the workers who had Rono h wj' to the hop fields to assist mot a 'ibpidateU individual in a country nne who, in 'response to a questijn, ;aid ho was a picker. This did not vmvey much to the enquirer, and ho Mirsucd the subject. The hop-picker <;:ulilv ro>pnnded He said— "In the summer I picks peas and ;niit; then, when autumn comes round, f picks hops; and in tho winter, when ;ho weather is dull. I picks pockets, ("hen tvlien I'm eau«zht I pi- k oakum, ''m kept inco and warm during tho •old months, and then, when the nico lavs come round apain I start pea* licking, and so on again."

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

S0110SES LIQUID FACE l'OWDEU is found by experts to bo a perfectly in valuable preparation, and a decided im provement on tlie old-fashioned dry powder. Tlie medical profession IV raminend Soroses Liquid l'owder because it improves the appearance and acts as a Hlnekl to the delicate Bkin against wind, dust, smuts and tho hot sun. Price 2a (id per bottle. Obtainable from Misj M. Wall, Draper, Creswick,

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