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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (Bjt "Kiistious") Tiio Commonwealth Mot« sums up tho agricultural prospects, iu» indicated by tho data at his disposal, favorably. llu states tmit since l'V ruary, when a considerable pot turn ot the agricultural areas in " Western Australia hail est optionally heavy r;tjjil.'lJj>, Mie season iiioJ«» has boon dry, and both .Muich ami April cold* were i oiisiUer.ibly below• the nor mal. ' Uver the northern areas ot Southern Australia also it hug be< very dry, ;md th<j present outlook therefore not too bright, a good downfa II I.oinn urgently needed lor cut- I tivation, but elsiwhcio o\er the whole of live wheat belt from iho caastai areas of South Australia Queensland downs tho prospects are favorable. Phenomenally heavy rains it'll m eastern A\ew .Somh Wale* hi March, and tiio monthly records Ihroughout, tho ifiverinu district were above the normal, as was tho ea.so also over a Jargo part ol the .-outhcini lino ot South Australia. These wer...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JOBS FOR STORMY DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

JOBS FOE STOBMY DAYS. ''iK'iii, dear!" exclaimed an elderly gentleman. "It must have been a terrible tempest to iiavo destroyed xlio lighthouse." his wil'u agreed; but how stupid to build it in such an | e.\pu.>eil position!" "They aay our new magistrate in- 1 dulget. in mixed met-apuors," said a ' lady to a friend. "Dreadidl!" ex claimed tho other. "-My husband >;i\s it's much better to keep to one , luiuorl" Delighted .Mother: "1'vo just had a letter from inv son (jeorgo, and ho t/elLs mo ho lias won a scholarship at. school. I can't teH yon how happy 1 am. it makes im> ieel—oh " .Neighbour : "Ves, 1 quite under stand your ieeliugs, .Mrs. Jones. 1 j lelt ju>t ihu sumo ruyself when our Jittio pig carried oil a lirst pn/.o «il the agricultural bliow." j A lady at I'ortsmouth was observing I a httlo tug pulling away near 10 a ship oi the line. "'Ihuro's a niaii-oi-war, my dear," said her husband, pointing to the big ship. "And is tno iittlo one a tug-ol-warj'" she asked. ...

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

RURALISMS. '1(1 Ijo a thorough plouglimnn is Uio run I foundation of all farming. Don't kill your ground nnu mako clod* by ploughing too early, or too wot. Keep the pear trees headed low. J. hoy will grow to towering poles unlets you do. WaU-nng the cows once a day with a hurried sip won't do. They need all thev ean get. You will never buy a farm with tho money you fool away every time von go to town. \ .-cod on the ground 15 hotter than one in the eye. The first is propaga tion ami the* other irritation. Hiring a "tinker" carpenter rat hoi than to pay the wages of a first-class man is a wa«te of time and money; hut with the proper tools any farmei should be able to do many of the jol* himself. s.\) prevent a scahhy crop of pota toes, soak the seed for two hours in a solution of one-half pint of forinulin (torinaldehyde) in filtecn gallons of water. The man who is ruled by liis wife UMiallv has a wiso boss. As iiu experiment try somo new veg etable that you haven't grown. Put up wit...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOBURN TUBERCOLOSIS EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

WOBURN TUBERCOLOSIS EXPERIMENT. Tile experiment in the rearing of «nlret» from tuberculous cows, carried out by the Koyal Agricultural Society at Woburn, was discussed finally at tlio recent council meeting. There ap« Isar to U> a few who think tbo investi gation was not worth th© money it cost, chioily on the ground that tho facts established hud buen already ac cepted. There will not bo many of "Vms way of thinking. It was known in certain quarters that calves from tu berculoid parents had been reared freo frcm iim disease in Denmark and in other countries; but- reading acoountti of distant experiments does not always <vwry conviction, especially in view of modern tendency to magnify what has been attempted or achieved abroad. J'ho British farmer likes to see for himself, and to have first hand informa tion on matters iiiat closely affect his interest. Tho Woburn trials cost loss than tho modest sum voted for them, and it does not exaggerate their ralue to classify t...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEALTH SUGGESTIONS. SPRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

HEALTH SUGGESTIONS. SPKALoiS. Sprains ar« caused by undue stroteh- ! ing or trriyiiug of joints, tho ligaments of which ai« usimhy partially toru by th» strain. There is generally a\t>o to Kid slrwtching of other tissues m <1he ntiyhberhood of the joint, with rupture of small Tw*sel« iiiwi i-lfusioii of blood, firing rifce to tho characteristic dis- : coloration of bruising on the skin ov«.r I tho joint. Sprains arc ot most Ire quont occurrence in 'lie ankle, shoul-j der, wrist and lute". I There is generally sev. iv pain, ofion ' localised to certain points and increas ed on movement; there may bo inabil ity to boar the weight of the limb; us a rulo there will be swelling and dis coloration from ctTti-^on of blood around the joint, and later inflammatory ef fusion into tho johu cavity _ may oc cur. Tho absence ot si^ns 01 lracture or of dislocation will usually sullico 'O distinguish a sprain trom one or other of fchestf injuries} but whore theio is much spelling it m...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EL DORADO. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

EL DORADO. Thero is a land of pure delight, re mote from vuJgar itorms, where peoplo itay up day and night, inventing new reforms. The natives have 110 toot or hands, they all have run to jaws; be cause their blessed islo demands no other things than lau*a. They nothing do but legislate and frame new Jaws each dj^y, and no ono has to pay tho freight'; thero is no freight 10 pay. There talks iniths ayo are iu tho van, aud lawyers are in hwarms, and ho is 1 hold tho greatest man who springs tho most reforms. Thero no one plows and 110 ono saws or wields the toilers' traps, because they all aro making laws to govern t'other chaps. No snioko from factory or mill is seen upon tho breoze; reformers como along and kili such industries as these. If any fallow strains and racks his form to gain a roll, they hit him with an income tax, and put him in tho holo. "You have," they say, "no earthly right to money you have earned, and to tho lawyers, iouiish wight, it all inu.st bo returned; for wh...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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"HEN-TAIK." [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

"HEN-TAIK." The "lungimgo" ot monkeys his been t],o subject of careful study by natur alists -f if tUo "language" of lu-iss lias hitherto been mgl'e- w-d i: is proliaMy because no <>no know they had a lan guage at nil. It has appan n'.ly boon reserved for Mcs?»rs. Kdward (-arpen tier and George Mirrill to make the momentous discovery that liens talk, a ■ <liscoverv whieh they have eonun'inicat ed to an astonished world through the pages of the "Humanitarian.'* It appears that the hen vocabulary, 'hough not a very extensive one, com prises twenty-three < ries or notes .of dis tinct. sound and meaning. "Those twenty-throe notes and cnes must de note a considerable degreo oi intelli gence," the writers remark. "There is a good deal to show that th<> sure iness and precision of their instincts have, in tho caso of domestic fowls, been adversely affected by their long dependence on man. Their reasoning power is also very weak, though whe ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

f WOMEN'S INTERESTS (13jr "Aiubcosine.") I A housowife writ.ng in the "York I.mIiito Post" lulls sumo of licr methods ! dI nsnig up "odds and end." ! There is a vast ddleieneu between economy and pat simony, alio says, aud though 1 «ini sometime."* laughed at by jnv mends lor making u.su of various odds and ends m rather unusual ways, I have a ^icnt dislike to meanness in any lorin, and do not at all approve of short commons in any direction. It really waken one's guests uncomfort able'to Joel -that theio is a scarcity ol any household requisite, aud j'cfc i have stayed in houses whore money uu»*l u<»t have been a great considers >£.1011, and Jiavu risen from l-lio tablo alter a meal with a decided feeling ot not having had enough to cat. There 1 should always, if possible, be plenty I {or a "cut and come again/' when one invites a friend, and on a day when this cannot bo doiio it 'a bolter no; to ask Un> guc-st. The li'lloning nro a lew of tlio ways in which I shou...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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ARE RED-HEADED SWEETHEARTS JEALOUS? [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

ARE RED-HEADED SWEET HEARTS JEALOUS? Then.', aiv vary.n^ d»;;ree.-> of r .lor »n the hair that is iiul.seriininatcJy labeled "rvd," and >11 llii* connection Uie <jua 1 it it > v.h.eh arc Mippu.sed to ;un nuh mi hair depend to a great extent on the particular tone or .shade. Jlroiu'.o and light. chestnut hair, ior instance, art; «,tu-n mi.scal.'ed "red/' uhilst, on t)io other hand, the misleading name •'auburn" is applied to the mu.-t llarin^ locks imaginable. .Monsieur Girouard, the French m-I< li tis!, asserts that all red-haired wone-n arc jealous, for the reason tha\ lh«'V have blood tlirtt is warmer and Hows more .swiftly ill their veiiio than i> the ease willi tho blonde or tlx- brum U--. They are impulsive and hot-i.-inpored al.so. but Very ali'ictionate. They make «jood friends and bad en- mie-. J{ed haiied ^irls, as a rule, are popular with men. for red hair is TiMialJy aeeompan ied by a smooth, while .-Jon and a per Nft complexion. Al! ihc....

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Smeaton. CONVALESCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 16 June 1914

Smeaton. Hi CONVALESCENT. Mr Pennycuick, senr., who has been laid aside with a severe illness for many weeks, is now able to be about the house again. POLITICS. Adherents of both political parties are active, and by Lhe date of election party feeling will be high. Several young people are instituting inquiries as to the reason th^ir names are not on the roll, as they have been resi dents of the district from birth, and they did not neglect to send their cards for enrolment. RAINFALL. A nice rainfall set in on Sunday evening, and by midday 011 Monday 36 points had been registered. A.N.A. The fortnightly meeting of the above was held last Friday, the presi dent (Mr J. Torney) in the chair. In response to an appeal from the secre- tary of the Children's Hospital fur financial assistance, a donation was made. The secretary was instructed to procure a miniature rifle range. The syllabus for the ensuing half year, as drawn up by the officers, was   adopted. The receipts for t...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 June 1914

PROPERTY SALES. Messrs John T. Sloan and Co. con ducted a very successful sale at Clunes on the ioth inst., when they realised upon an old landmark of half a ccntury, the dehcensed Court House hotel, on behalf of the Ballarat Brewing Co. and Messrs J. J.Goller and Co., who had the whole of the buildings dismantled and arranged into convenient lots. The superior quality of the timber and fittings attracted a large attendance of district farmers from Ascot, Coghill's Creek, Glendaruel, Tourello, Beck worth, liglinton, Lord Clyde, Ullina, Moorookyle, Glengower, Glendonald, Kingston, Smeaton, and elsewhere, while some good parcels were secured by Mullec buyers. Competition proved very keen, and complete clearance was effected of upwards of 300 lots, at very satisfactory prices. The vendors have expressed their perfect satisfaction with the result of the sale. The Education department, having acquired the sile, will at an early date commence the erection ol a commodious residence for the...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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BALLARAT PIG MARKET Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 June 1914

BALLARAT PIG MARKET Wednesday. Coghlan, Boase and Co. report: — A good yarding came forward for to day's market, including a number of good baconers and stores, very few porkers and stores being penned. A good attendance of the curers and trade was present. Baconers : The market again opened to brisk competi tion, and high prices again ruled. Best pens, £.\ 6/ to £.\ 9/ to .£4 10/6 to £.\ nl, at which prices wc sold (or 21 vendors in pens ol one to 10 head; whilst top price of the market was £$ 1 i/O, which we obtained for Mrs Newton, Ullitia; good pens, £3 15/ to £3 i9/£ 10 3/G 10 £-i 5/6; others, from ^"3 6/ to £3 14/; half fats, £2 15/ to £3 3/. I'orkers: The dstnand is firm, with curers taking all top pens. Iiest, £2 12/ to £2 18/; a few to j{,3 3/; others from £2 5/. For ward stores : Owitm to increased sup plies prices were easier. Best, 40/ to 45/; others from 3G/. Slips, £1 13/ to £1 15/. Youn» pins : B^'st, 25/ to 27/; others, from 18/; small, 13/6. Choppers : A fair number...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 June 1914

MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET Tuesday. Fat sheep : 15,000 penned. The market opened brisk at 1/ per head advance on last week's closing rates, and rapidly hardened 10 1/6 per head increase: heavy crossbreds reaching a higher level. Quotations : Prime crossbred wethers, 34/6, '28/6; extra, 30/, 34/6; Rood, 21/6, 23/; seconds, 1S/6, 20/6; iuferior, 17/y Prime and crossbred ewes, 22/, 24/; extra, 25/, 26/3; odd, to 30/6; good, iy/3, 21/; seconds, 16/, 18/6; inferior, 11/9. Prime merino wethers, 23/, 26/; extra, 27/6; good, 2o/, 22/. Merino ewes, 12/610 1 y/. Fat lambs : 4250 penned. Demand throughout was equal to late rates. Quotations:—Prime, 16/6, 20/; extra, 21/, 23/2; odd lambs, to 26/6; good, 13/, 15/3; seconds, 11/, 12,'G.

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MARKETS. BALLARAT STOCK SALES. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 June 1914

MARKETS. DALLARAT STOCK SALES. I Tuesday. fat Cattle.—Ouly 114 lieatl came forward for to-day's sale; about one half being good to prime quality, the remainder principally odd lots. The attendance of buyers was under tho average, but values for best pens show an improvement on last week, whilst for other descriptions and cows the market was easier. Quotations:— Prime pens bullocks, ^15 10/ to £17 10/; good pens bullocks, jQ12 10/ to £ 14; mudium, £?> to £10 10I; best cows, 17/6 to ,£10 12/6. Calves— 42 penned; best forward selling to £6 i^/. Sheep—2740 came forward for to day's sale; a small number being prime, balance chiefly good to useful quality. There was a fair attendance of buyers present. The market opened lower, and values show a material decline on late high rates, improving to some extent as sales pro gressed. Quotations: Prime cross bred wethers, 28/ to 30/; extra quality, 34/ to 36/; a few 40/3; good crossbred wethers, 23/ to 25/; medium do., 20/ to 22/; prime crossb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 June 1914

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. LS G PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. Pure French Grape BUY a "Shop by Post" 42s. RAINCOAT OR OVERCOAT AT (READY-TO-WEAR.) THE LEVIATHAN, c'o Swon&ton and Bourko Streets, Melbourne. IMonso send mo a Pattern Selection of your now Autumn Winter Suitings at ..v This ro quest incurs no obligation. Name A dd re pa McK. SUIT TO MEASURE ("GUARANTEED TO A BUTTONHOLE."! 84s. THE OVERCOATS we o£c°r J°u at 42/- are in I we ads, and you have a «hoi«o from grey, green, brown, or fancy effects. i'oa may havo tho coat lined or unliued, with plain seam or vont back. All havo stop collars, throat tabs and storm culls. THE RAINCOATS at 42/- aro in dark or mpdium gray Cravenette, or in ston# shadus o£ Gurbavdiue, a waterproof fabric that is freo from rnbbgr. They; hare Step or Prussian Collars and Storm Cutfs. Tie Garbardino In ordering, state height and chest measurement. Wo havo a size that will fit you perfectly. OUR "SHO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 June 1914

Woods' Groat Peppermint Curo, For ('oughs and folds, never fails, 1/G. YOU CANNOT KEEI, GOOD When your digestion is out of order. DH. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TABU IiES digest what you cat, thereby curing the caiiHe of your indigestion. Price, Is (id and 2s fid. Obtainable at— see list of customers. The steamer Kpi, bound for the New Hebrides, became a total wreck 40 miles north-west of Pott Island. The crew and passengers were saved, and arc being brought to Noumea by the steamer Santantoine. ItEXONA. The Hapid Healer is nn Ointment which heals with remarkable rapidity. Unlike the old-fashioned ointments, which are very slow in their action, Hexona speedily ell'ects it cures aftor a very few applications. Sold in trian gular pots at Is (id and lis. Obtainable at- everywhere. Two cases of ammunition for Ulster, consigned from Glasgow, have been seized at Londonderry. Tor Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, IsCd. SOKOSES SKIN FOOD. Every woman who wishes to appear her ...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 June 1914

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. nmv riOMH SKCUKEU SUCCESS. 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas Kxperiment. The world ia eager for tomething new, which, however am ple it may be, will *>avo labor, or ex pense, or do things better. Lot it bo muro convenient, or promote plea&uru rcKiuee waste. Peoplo who handlo tilings iii every day u.se are the natural inventors of better things, and tho natural capita' istf> of to-morrow. Uead the {splendid advieo Unit ifidisoti gives. Learn the proceduro as to pa tenting in tho chief countries,— thon feccuro your own legal monopoly for your rights by beeomig a patentee. 'J. 11 that workman or toremau, or your ingenious friiuid has produced a clover invention, put him on tho lni<, about patents by telling him ivhcr< ho can obtain the ''Inventor*' Guide,' 3. Kor your.selt. obtain this ''aok, wliioh toll* what to invent, where to patent, how to sell nutonta, tho pri< • inventions have .soUl for, what prize have be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 19 June 1914

KEEN, Discriminating Shoppers who have been eagerly looking forward to the special opporj tunities of securing some EXTRAORDINARY YALUES — When wc say tha'. the price culling which lias 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 wc 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, " THE WHITE HOUSE OF VALUE, " C3 3E2. 3£5 S3 IC3 K. * H ft saasHiisa*aM You Require Tha Best Groceries, Preserves, Confectionery, Cordials, Ail sorts of Delicacies, Wines and Spirits, You cannot do bottor than lot J. TAIT <fc SON SU...

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