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YET ANOTHER CAT STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 27 January 1914
YET ANOTHER CAT STORY. To the .several highly interesting cut stories lo which you have already re corded tho widely extended publicity of your columns, 1 would like to add another (writes a correspondent to ♦•T.l"*. Weekly.") When living in the Midlands, we had as a household, pet, a line tortoise shell cat which had been with us from kittenhood. Out of a numerous yield of kittens, not one had resembled its mother, and while they were sum marily disposed of, sho who had givcu them birth was retained, and kept tho house and premises clear oi- vermin. After several years, she appeared to bo sulfering from toothache, evidence of which was forthcoming in a swollen face, always on the same side of tno face, and which interfered with her pleasant facial appearance, as I have seeu tiie case with human beings uudor similar circumstances. When suifer ing from those attacks, by her pitiful 1 look up into our iaees she seemed to appeal lor tho help wo could not yl ford, but we assured her of ...
STORING OF WINTER VEGETABLES. (Minna A. Stoner, Prof. dome Economics, N.D. Agri. Col.) [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 27 January 1914
STORING OF WINTER VEGE TABLES. . (Minna A. Stouor, Prof, jiomo Ecoti-' ornics, N.D. Agii. CoU) Tho Btoriug of winter vegetables is economical and desirable. In tho fall onough vegetables go to wasto from tlio average farm garden to supply tlio table during tlio entiro winter. Tlio task of storing is not diilicult if one lias u knowledge of tlie conditions bost suited for storago, and is willing to porform a small amount of labour. A dry well aired not too dark, frost proof room, cellar or sodhouso will serve the purpose. Tlio most favour able temperature is not over 00 dogrecs Fall. Celery, cabbage and swoot po tatoes should bo stored in the coolest part of the room. Hacks should bo adjusted on which to placo the storage boxes or barrels. TJiis avoids tlie dangers of overheating, excess mois ture, and prevents decay. All veget ables should • bo gathered beforo the frost, sorted, dried thoroughly before packing. For long storing, reserve those ot most perfect formation and lirm textu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 27 January 1914
Bad Leg After a Knock. -.|.- Eight Months' Fearful Leg Ulcers. Limb Saved by Zam-Buk. As the outcome of a simple acci- dent—a knock on the leg—Mr W. E. . Brown, of Durham street, Auckland, N.Z., was crippled with flesh-eating ulcers for eight months. Telling how the limb was made quite strong and sound by Zam-Buk's healing, Mr Brown says:—''Through knocking my left leg against the edge of a box, I one day burst a varicose vein. A stream og blood gushed out, and it was some time before I could stop the outflow. Soon afterwards the wound became angry looking and ulcerous, and caused great pain. " I laid up and rested the limb, but it was no use, for the bad place got worse and worse, and terribly inflamed. Then the treatment of a medical man was tried, but it failed to bring any &nbsp; improvement. For eight months I &nbsp; was in fearful torment. The inflam- mation spread, the ulcers got deeper and bigger, and the leg was swollen enormously. " I had often heard of Zam...
NOT QUITE APPROPRIATE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 30 January 1914
NOT qillTK AI'lUUJl'KIATIJ. Haiuh't i,,it/.>huIco.spiiaiu, tho" author, producer am! principal actor in tlio thrilling drama, "Wheu Ficrco Assas sins Smiled His (jold; or, tlio Ven geance of tlio Plumber," met a frionii in the .Strand tlio other evening. "Halloa, Kitzl" exclniined tho latter. "I hear that you sacked tho whole of your orchestra laht night." "Yes, sillv ussest" exclaimed tho groat tra gedian. "Thov went and spoiled tho best seono in tho wholo play." "Good ness met Whatever iorp" "Weil, I told the leader to pick out appropriate -udo lor each scene, and you know tho thrilling passage where tho Judge condemns mo to death?" "Von, yes I" "When tho Judge put on tho black cap, tho pack of idiots at onco struck up, 'Whoro Did You Got That HatP* "
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 30 January 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Spooinl Correspondent). This summer linn brought moro than tho uual number of big liree in tho city ami tuburbs. TJio losses ropro* willed by tlio disasters thnt havo oc curred during tho pasti i'ow months make a staggering toUvl. i Flourishing business enterpriser havo enoountorou serious .sot-backtt. bocauso insuranco is nnvw anything fiko adequate compen sation for tho dislocation of oporations in a live concern, which is as]bad as tho actual loss of goods, plant and buildings that go up in stnoko, or remain, a dole ful tributo to tho devastation of an element against whioh tho most elabor ate precautions yet devised aro by no moans efficient. That t^ero ji/u boon a vast improvement in tho mothoda of iiro fighting, and tho equipment and or gan ifcation of tho metropolitan bri gades cannot bo gainsaid. . Outbreaks which havo taken placo rcoently and which, although tliov havo eatisod on ornioua daniago woufd, if opposed only by tho forces and appliancos ...
HER EXAOT WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 30 January 1914
HUlt EX.WJT WOKIXS. Hou.sukoeper: "How's thib? You promised to saw jsomo wood if 1 j;avo you a lunch." Tramp: "1 recall no such promise, madim." "The ideal 1 told you I'd t;ivo you a lunoli if you'd saw some wood, and. you agreed." "Pardon me, nndam. Your exact' words were: "I'll «ivo you a lunch il you wiw that wood over thero by tho Hate.' " "Kxactly. That's just what 1 said." "Woll, 'madam, I haw that wood over thcro by tho gato aa I cauio in."
INTRINSIC VALUE OF MANURE ON THE FARM. THE USES IT SERVES MAKE IT OF VAST ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 30 January 1914
INTRINSIC VALUE OF MANURF ON THE FARM. THE US ICS IT SERVES MAKE IT OF VAST ECONOMIC IMPORT ANCE. It is imposiblo to accurately estimate tho full money value of farm matiuro. Its value as a fertiliser; that is, tho money value of tho plant lood that it adds to tho soil, may easily bo computed from a chemical analysis. But thiougli out tho country, as a general rule, its valuo as a fertiliser requires much loss consideration that its oilier values, lu effect upon tho soil far transcends in valuo tho valuo of tho plant food it adds to tho soil. Thivso othor uses ot farm manure are of prime importance to tho producing capacity of most soils They have not been given enough con sideration, and as a result, tho pro ducing capacity of these soils has nor been mado what it might easily havo been made. Nearly all soils are seriously lacking in vegetable content. Vegetable growth uses up the vegetable oontcnt of tho soil. After land has been suc cessfully cropped for a number of years tho dec...
THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858 FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 30 January 1914
THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1US&, Kkidav, January 30, 1914 Complete arrangements have been made fur the visit to Creswick on Sunday afternoon next of the City of Ballarat Military band, who will play a number ol sacred selections at I'ark Lake, and a collection will be taken up in aid of the Creswick District Hospital. The band has made itself famous by its many successes in competition!-,, and a musical treat is promised those who attend on Sunday to hear it. In cluded in the selections to be played are the Hallelujah Churus, Lead Kindly Light, and Nearer My God to Thee, which arc all very popular pieces Invitations have been extended to Sir Alexander Peacock, Minister for Edu cation; the Hon J. Drysdale Brown, Minister of Mines; and Mr D. C. McGrath, M.I\, to attend and Rive short addresses. A large attendance of residents of the town and district is hoped for, in order that the band might be shown the appreciation it deserves for its effort, and also that the coll...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 30 January 1914
fITADATIO FEEMANOT di.lircr*jjd K&lt; i OtertL lrt»' Uyir roMApmmv cubes rty&lt;*tid».liTCr*jjd X.Hr.cy TrocUri Qtttrfe ulcfrt, lrt»^oal Orotrtkt 1? K* pm fe»trx Qisacicb ** m a. *. &lt;>• n,is«>Kr.r IN 8TCDYIN0 YOUK I)RK8H, STUDY YOUtt POOKIT. TOOIII Don't Pay Higher Prio*« for SnlU no bettor than Mine I I dea] strictly for OaAli, consequently have no bad debto for which yon haro to fmy. 1 import all my ma terials diraot from the ronnuiAofcar »n. asd maka all Suita on my own premises, 1 oan *iTe yon a large asAortment of «Uad« i» ohaoM from in fan 07 deaigns and ih« rerjr latut Indigo Dy« tweeds, woret ©d»; Vionnaa, Twills. and tha famona Geilo>| Sorgo • AO SUIT TO MEA8USI. 35/ u tni t0 V» K k a U B A larga aaaarv m»nt «f Ojar oo»ting» ta nhooee from at >hi« a»ma -rioa. P't'erM, Tapa S.M. Torm fojni U any ad it mm, Fact Jfraa. > fi v. K' VH6 MOfll'B TAILOU, 160 JJODSH BXv, aflLUUSJiiaB..
CRESWICK POLICE STATION. LOWERING ITS STATUS. BOROUGH COUNCIL PROTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 30 January 1914
CRESWICK POLICE STATION. * — LOWERING ITS STATUS. BOROUGH COUNCIL PROTESTS. The proposed reduction in the status of the Creswick police station, by the removal of the foot constable, was before the borough council at its meeting lasl Tuesday evening. The mayor said no doubt councillors had read with regret the announcement in that day's paper of the proposed change. On Monday morning he had been informed of the contemplated action to remove Coustable Donald, and Sergeant Robmson had been told to hold himself in readiness to be transferred, which meant that a senior constable would be appointed, and their only police protection would be that officer and a mounted constable. He had at oncc written to Sir Alex ander Peacock, asking him to endeavor to prevent the change being effected, and had given reasons why it should not take place. No doubt councillors would be able to advance oilier reasons against it. He felt that a protest should be made before the matter was finally settled, wh...
INTERESTING INVENTIONS. COMING AUSTRALIAN PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 30 January 1914
INTERESTING INVENTIONS. COMING AUSTRALIAN PATENTS. It ii» reporUd by the well known Pa tout Attorneys, Messrs. G. G. Turri & Co., of "The Hialto," Collins Street, Melbourne, that in the ordinary eourso. Patents of tho Commonwealth will bo , granted in respect of all or most of the following inventions. Complete spe cifications and drawings are publicly available. Milking Machine—hand operated (6313—1275)—Tho teats are aot«xl upon by pads controlled by cords. — A. P. Uoyuian, purchaser liom J. Neiison, Denmark. Cultivator (0310—1275)—A chunno. iron frame, triangular with devices to receive and hold twiner.—A. E. Miles, Victoria. Wire Stiaiiior and Twister (G3S0— 1277)—A yoke carries a vinch barrel, having hornu, etc.—J. O'Callaghan, Victoria. Head Gear for Windmill (0559— W!78)—Tliis pump mill has toothed rt duotiou gear in au oil tight casing with oil distributing devices. — J. Alston, Victoria. Detachable -scarifior .share (0610 1279)—Wrought metal with the socket integral....
PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 30 January 1914
PROPERTY SALES. * | Messrs John T. Sloan and Co. will conduct an important clearing sale at "Mi'lri.'w" farm, Allendale, on Friday, 13,'] K'lnu.uj-, under definite instruc tions from Misses E. and F. liunyan, who have leased their farm for a tctm. The catalogue will include superior dairy cattle, in full profit; bull, heifers, steers and calves ; daily and farm plant, implements and chattels, n quantity of household furniture, etc., the whole ol which will be disposed of I without any reserve. Full particulars appear iu advertisement, J
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 30 January 1914
AT LAST! HIGH-CLASS SWEDISH SEPARA TORS available at prices HITHERTO UNKNOWN. Our introduction of tho NEW MODEL "VEGA" Has dealt a death-blow to tho Exorbitant Prices charged by our Competitors. MAKE NO MISTAKE I Tho Now Model "VEGA" is ro roughly and cheaply constructed separ ator. It has no superior in quality, and in price there's nothing to approach it. WE ASK all intending buyers to verity theso statements, and thus SAVE MONEY, which is none too plen tiful theso timos. PRICES * 12 Gal. £3 15 0 28 Gal. £7 0 0 j.r, Gal. £10 10 0 80 Gal. £15 15 0 Energetic Commission Agents wanted throughout Victoria. Splendid opportunity sninrt salesmen tVrito txwlnv. Department. ,4K.P.,N Buckeye Harvester Co I I t- r,2 FRANCIS ST., MEI.nonilNK
BOROUGH COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 27th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 30 January 1914
BOROUGH COUNCIL. I ffc TUESDAY, 27th JANUARY. Present:—The mayor (Cr \V, P. Northeott, JIP ), and Crs McPhec, Ellis, Gray, Grose and Bruorn. CORRESPONDENCE. l'"rom tlie Secretary Combined A N.A. Picnic, asking that Saturday, 28th February, be proclaimed a public holiday throughout the borough for the excursion to Geclong. Cr Broom moved that the request be granted. It was a fine chance for all residents ol Creswick district to go to Geclong and get back the same day. Cr McPhec asked what action had been taken in the past when such applications had been received. The mayor said a holiday had been proclaimed when the picnic was held on a Wednesday, There was no seconder to the motion, which then lapsed. From Department of Lands, asking (f a definite reply could be given in regard to the reservation of land at Black Lead, Creswick, as a site for a public park. The engineer said lie knew the details necessary to be sent to the department. Cr Grose moved that the town clerk I replv to th...
ON GOLDEN WINGS. CHAPTER XXI. GARTON COMES TO GRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 30 January 1914
ON GOLDEN WINGS. (By W. Howell I'oolu). CHAPTER XXI. GAKTON COMES TO (iUllil'". A southerly wind ana u elouuy sny Proolnim it a hunting morning. "Wo havo said that Arthur was con stantly liauntod by strange and undelin ablo memories of tho past. .Not tiiat ho strove to put such memories from him. That were impossible. Evas palo faco arose too constantly before Kim, oreating an endless, i-ad regret for tho happy life domed him. Such memories wore even with liim now as ho strolled leisurely through the grounds of Lynwood, to bo awakonod from hia reverie by tho gathering of a hunting-party in tUo avenue, whicli he had r.oluctautly promised to attend, and tlioroforo hud no recourso but to hasten to tho Manor to make some trifling al terations to his appearance. Ho had already visited an outlying covcr in the early morning, accompanied by Charley WcstortOD, Lord Garten, and a iow oi his own collego-friends, who wero gath ered together, at Sir Laurence s secret wish, to help dispel tlio g...
CORRESPONDENCE. THE SOCIAL PROBLEM. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 30 January 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. I TMli SOCIAL PROBLEM. ' |j To the Editor. Sir One would imagine lo vcid "E.D.S's." letter that he wd5 'he acme of knowledge, full of self asser tion, in like manner to a tuuey gobbler strutting around the yard with (cithers spread, daring anyone to approach him. The argument used by " E.U-S." in defence of the ex tremist is precisely similar to that given by . a number of egotistic Labor Socialists on the platform from lime to time (which is part ol their " stock in trade "), and invariably they allude to the dark ages, as my friend who has read history tells us of " the poot women with harness on their backs crawling along on their hands and kness, pulling trucks of coal after them," and " boys of five years work ing in mines and factories from 4 a-o to 8 p.m." In our enlightened age and a free country such ludicrous " iwaddle " lo use as an argument in favor of Socialism is contemptible. A number of sentimental people were no doubt influenced previously through wo...
APPALLING FIRE. HEMMED IN BY FLAMES. THREF DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 30 January 1914
APPALLING FIRE. * - HEMMED IN BY FLAMES. THF.EF DEATHS. A terrible fire occurred at daylight on Tuesday morning at Taringa, one of the suburbs of Brisbane, in which three women lost their lives and a number received more or less serious injuries. ' The building, which was used by the Salvation Army as a home for girls, was a good height from the ground. The fire v/as noticed shortly after 4 o'clock, but it bad secured a strong hold on ;he building. The inmntcs were quickly roused, and a number made their escape from llic building, which was burning fiercely, A number of women were cul off 011 the upper story, and as the smoke and flames weie reaching them they jumped to the street. A number suffered broken limbs and bruises as a result. The building was soon reduced to ruins, and a search revealed the fact lhat two women bad been trapped in the building and burnt lo death. Tlicy were indentified as being:— Christina M;inzell, married woman, woman, 55 years, and Connie Denzer, 25 yea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 30 January 1914
Cream Suppliers Will Make Most Money By Consigning to the WALLACE BUTTER FACTORY. Turnover to date, £300,000. Paid (or Cream 4 of a MILLION STERLING up to dato. Corroot Results and Prompt Returns. Correspondenoo Invited, Factory - WALLACE, Reg. Office - 46 Armstrong-st., Ballarat. gELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF w. lTagh, Who ia retiring from business, has a few HIGH-CLASS BUGGIES AND JINKERS FOR SALE At Much Lower Rates than usual. ALL ACCOUNTS to be settled up during the month. J. MARKS, The Easy Terms Furnisher. J. MARKS, Tho Easy Terms Furnisher. UNDER our Liberal System of "Pay as You Earn," any honest manor woman can have as much Furniture as they want We have just opened a complete Assortment of Household Furniture and Furnishings. Our table of easy terms as follows £3 Worth of Furniture, 1/ Weekly. £5 Worth of Furniture, 21 Weekly. £8 Worth of Furniture, 2/6 Weekly. £10 Worth of Furniture, 3/6 Weekly. £16 Worth of Furniture, 4/ Weekly. £20 Worth of Furniture, 5; Weekly. £30 Worth ...