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Kingston. FAREWELL SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

Kingston. f. FAREWELL SERMON. The Rev. O. F. Siidl, llm retiring vicar of the parochial district of Kingston, preached his farewell sermon on Sunday evening last, at Holy Trinity Church. There was a very good congregation, a good sprinkling of members of other denominations being prominent. The rev. gemleman's discourse was ap propriate to the occesion. He dealt with his seven and a half years connection with the church at Kingston, and thanked the congrega tion for many kindness;! received, and the loyal support that had always been tendered to him. The con gregation are entertaming him at a farewell social this ^Tuciday) creaiog.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MECHANICAL MOUTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

MECHANICAL MOUTHING. U1 soo thcv'vo invented a.uollier auto matic maehinn Mint take* tlio plnco or a man." remarked Miss Pepper. "But ihoy won't, invent a muehino that- could luk'o tlio placo of a woman" "OU, I don't know," replied Knoxt "thoro's the phonograph."

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. Racing. SMEATON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

SPORTING NOTES. *. Racing. SMEATON RACES. The entries (or the Smeaton Turl Club's race meeting, to be held oti Thursday, 19th iust, are as follows:— Trial Handicap—Vor.onnie, Florist' Bonhcur, Prophctic, Gaze Novelty Pony—Gwen, Lady Irene, The Spec, Granite, Miss Monty (late I E.M.), Novelty, Isabel, Leanore, Clara. Smeaton Handicap—Florrie Park, Marleybone, Brookong, Miss Monty, M.T.L., Tantnlla, Drew. Trot—Mark, Oakwood, Rcdfcro, Ribbonwood's Pride, Lady Almont, Roan Girl, Maidstone. Smeaton I'ursc—Valwick, Fairy Feet, Zetcs, Miss Mouty, W.V., Tantalla. Hack Race—Gwcn, Zetcs, Pro phctic, Miss Monty, Morsby, W.V., Snirort. Flying Handicap—Valwick, Fairy Feet, Florist, Bonheur, Brookong, Prophctic. The trustees of the Crcswick Turf Club paid a visit to the local course last week, and decided to make all the necessary improvements recommended at the annual meeting. Application has also been made to the V.R.C. for permission to hold the races on the 31st March.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Billiards. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

Billiards. 7(ic first of the scries of three matches between Geo. Gray and T. Newman at Loudoo was won by the latter on Saturday. On Friday afternoon Gray made a break of 64.1. Of the total 543 were ofT the red, which is a world's record with ivory balls. In the evening Newman scored 833, while Gray was compiling 786, the Englishman making breaks of 30S and ih 4 (unfinished). At tho close of the in the sco- > were:—Newman ^""100), .6,835; Gray, 13,583. Newman made breaks Ei BEEC'|[unfinished), while the jest performances were ....pfiL- J 323 (321 off the red.) Newtr <h won by 2S36, the final scores being: Newman (receives 4000), 18,000; Gray, 15,164. Each of the three matches being played is for £250 a side. Ivory balls are bcinc used, and Newman receives 4000 out of 18,000. The first match was expected to affrod a test of the Australian's skill with ivory balls While his form was not good in the early sessions, he greatly improved to wards the end of the match.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Bowling. CRESWICK v. LEARMONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

Bawling. CRESWICK v. LEARMONTH. Oo the local green on Saturday last the above clubs met in a friendly game of bowls, which, despite the fact that the visitors were badly beaten, proved very enjoyable. The Lear month bowlers could not managa the green so well as the locals, and were therefore in a minority of 57 at the close of the game, the totals being: —Creswick, 95; Learmonth, 3S. On the first rink the teams were captain ed by Messrs Cock and Rain. At no stage of the game did the visitors show out in front, and finished up 17 down, scoring at to out of the 25 ends, and of their total of 11 nine were in singles. On No 2 rink Mr White captained the locals for the first time this season, and put up a fine performance in opposition to CaptaiD Baber's four. The home four scored 34 to 12, being 22 up, the visitors having first use of the mat on six occasions only. Captains Winter and Ryan were in charge on No 3 rink, and for half the game honors were fairly evenly divided. In the first...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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F.M.E.A. CRESWICK BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

I '.-.v'' 1 ' ; '^F.WI.E .IU«V CRESWICK BRANCH. The fortnightly meeting of (he committee was held in tha office on Saturday evening, when there were present:—Mr J. L?ntliall (vice-presi dent) in the chair, Messrs T. Mann, Geo. Booth, R. Richards, and L. B. Elshaug (secretary.) CORRESPONDENCE. From Mr K. M. Jude, general sec retary F.M.F.A., with notices to branches, that the second annual meeting of the Victoria State Execu tive Council will be held at lJaylesford, commencing Tuesday, February 24th, at 11 o'clock It is the wish that all branches be represented where possible. REPORTS. From Mr J. Iillis, stating that lie is keeping about the same, there being no improvement. FINANCK, The following accounts were passed for payment:—Accident Pay—Morth Star—J. lillis, ;£t. Incidental ex penses—Creswick "Advertiser," £1 10/; Rallarat "Courier;" 7/; Ballarat "Star," 7/; secretary's salary, £3; total, £6/4/• GKNKRAl. BUSINESS. The following amounts will b: col lected by the stewards next p...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCHOOL COMMITTEES. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

SCI (001, CO MM ITT 10 KS. To tho Editor. Hiu, —In I'liaut three weeks' time the triennial elections for the above will take* place. One nmst admit that the fjreat majority pf these bodies has clonQ some splendid work, which ap pears all the more glorious when com pared with the insignificant and use less amount done by the drones, llere >ve Ikivu a cornmiltcc whose works are more easily described than imagined. Once they were asked to repair some spouting. At the same time it was pointed out that some small mesh wire netting should be placed over the down pipe entrance. This duly came up at the meeting, and every member spoke on the wire netting A couple of hours' time was devoted to it, but it was never placed where needed, or anywhere else. The tank pipes at the residence needed similar attention, and the request received similar treatment. After vigorously discussing it, several members begged that only one request be sent in for each meeting. Two were rather much. The other ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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DISTRICT HOSPITAL. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

DISTRICT HOSPITAL. — 1* COMMITTEE MEETING. Tliu monthly meeting of the Cres wick District II03pit.il committee was held iu tlic Bank Chambers on Thurs day evening last. There were present: —Mr T. Cushiiig (president), Rev. C. Robinson', Messrs D. I.yall, L. B. Elshaug, R. Pasco, J. Slattery, C. C. Phillips, \V. 1'. Northcott, W. Winter, and \V. S. Northcott (secretary). Ao apology for non-attendance was re ceived from Mr C. Mcl'herson. MEDICAL officer's REPORT. Dr G. l'\ Sleeman reported:—No. of patients in hospital December 31st, 1913, 8 males, 9 females; do., admitted since, 10 males, n females. Totals, 18 males, 20 females. No. of patients discharged since IJeccmbcr 31st, 8 males, 10 females. No of patients remaining in January 31st, 1914, 10 males, 9 females. Total, 18 males, 20 females. Those admitted were from the following districts:—Allendale, 2;Creswiclt, 4, Dean, 1; Sineaton, 2; other places, 10; no residence, 2. Total, 2f. Out-patients—No of new cas<;s since De...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

•i? ** i V ..<'A O ! (rVV* ,OT :'fVvS^" ,A it "S^Zff' alcoholic *Lr beverage.

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UNGRATEFUL TOM. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

I'.NGliATKt'Ulj TOM. Mr Blossom had been very ill, and l»v the time ho was to ^cl downstairs a^ain, his iiair liad jjruwu to a con siderable length. Thou it u*u:» that Mrs B. volunteered to cut it for him. and lllo.-vMim, probably owinj* to liis vv<'.iIv couditiou^ coir ent*'<1 to the <*x p»«( iin*nt. .Mrs 15. fastened the tablo eloth under IHo^oin'y chin and not ti> business. Then Blossom repented his rashness." "(ireat Scot I, .Martha," lie yelfod, as Mrs B. jammed the point of the seis m>iv» in iii.s neck. <4\Vhat tho dickons do you think you'ro tloiuj^•J** "Am 1 hurting you, dear?" miir mure<l .Mrs B. "It's only lho:so cor ner.; behind your ears that bother mo. Do koep still," And then she tilk.'od » bit oil his ear. ''Thundering Jumbo!" shoutod It., jumping about' the room like ;» oat. on hot brieks, "Oh no, I'm only doing tin's i'or 1'un," And bo dashed upstairs and plunged his head in the bath. "That's the worst of ...

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FIVE HOURS IN A WHIRLPOOL. MOTOR-BOAT'S ADVENTURE [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

j FIVE HOURS IN A WHIRLPOOL. MOTOli-JJOAT'S ADVENTURE IVtor Languid, of Copenhagen, a young cinematograph actor, neatly lost hi.-, life while attempting lo make a trip through tho Whirlpool rapids, jnst below Niagara Kails in a small motor boat. llu ^airly and swiltly navigated tho tenipe.-auuiis Waters ot tho and reached. tho outer edge ot tho famous whirlpool, when tho online went "dead." For Jivu hours, Langard drifted round and round, bailing like a mail man, a& the leaky boat took water. Every minute lie could see planks drilling about him Middenly clicked down to tho jagged rocks below by tho grip of the pool. At eight o'clock a freakish current MVept tho boat near enough to tho rthuro for a lino to bo thrown aboard, and Langard, shivering and exhausted, na:» safely landed. Langard begau hi* perilous journey at three o'clock, and tho powerful motor boat darted through tho tearing waters with beauti ful precision. The terrible strain, how ever, eau>ed the engine to s...

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SELECTING FARM SEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

SELECTING FARM SEEDS. J'ho importance of «iblaining; clean Miod of p«u> variety and tn»o to typo is part ul the business conneot.cd with fanning that allreU tlio banners in come 1«» a wry j;ruat extent, yet thero aro many who seldom, if over-, ^ivo this important matter due con sideration. \\\>, nfLcn hear farmers .say that if they knew what fie,Id or what j/.roiind tin' smi was };roivii on a\ in hi; abb- to in;i!;«.* Mile that ther' are no noxious ivivils or other im plicit i.s in tin- .simple, ho, tin- farmer, will not linnet ^ivinj; a liith; moro per huf-hel lor his s<'e<l, Yet ]m does not m;tlc»> it hi:> business to visit tho partieiilar ii''!ils on which it is yrmvn, wiiicli, medlrr.s to say, nio often williin va.->v reach of hiin. 'I'll'.' majority of lanin.'is know, or should know, tho niter importance of sowing se^Js of pnr»» vaii- ty and free from noxioua nei-<l>. Itut in spite of thin fact ihi-re air many, even amongst tli...

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GIRLS WITH B[?]AINS NEEDED IN THE HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

GIRLS WITH BIIAIMS NEEDED IN THE HOUSEHOLD. ".Pomc.-lie s-.-rvico as a eaiver lor edueal»-d women'' was adv'-cat ed hv Mis Clotideslcy Mreieti-n al tho Na tional (ias Conference. IT the edu cated wtitiun wa.-> ti) be the daiiu>tio handmaiden of the inline, .she >aid, it m».4 Ik' a., friend and < nttruxuc, and not as ^cri' and dependent. Sle* must share in di>me,.;ir n ■sponsibilitie.-; They wanted to hark to l-iiu old fashioned ideas ami ideals of the well bred Kn«;li>h v.'ojHaw. from feudal limes onwards. and to depart from tho snobbish and parochial i-l.a that to understand housework Wan to lo>o caste. This was jn>t a parsing pha^e - a vulvar phase — and had never .-eri ouslv affected the w-'ll-bnd mistre.-s. It wj'.s an ideal of tho servant's hall, ill*- middle ela\s "lady." and of tho half educated uoveaux rieiies generally, of those, in short, who never miw behind the .scenes of the real gentlewoman's life, and who seemed to imagine that a &a...

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THE TIDE OF EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

THE TIDE OF EMIGRATION. Some interesting 'Statistic* concern ing emigration from Great JJiituin to lliu colonies aro .given 1»y Mr John mju\s liouk "A History ol Emigration Uom liie United Kingdom to North America." The higiu-.-.t figure ;vn.i readied in ISM I, when people of British Nationality leit those shoics for Canada. and bO,77U for Australia and New Zealand, in 1001, tho Jigure.s were 15,70" and res pectively, winch were b^low the aver age, for in as many as *23.^1:1 Mntisher.s went to Canada, and to Australia and N. »v Zealand. Tliu emigration to liie United Slates ua> far greater in former day>, reaching tlie hi;4li water murk of L'(H ,•">-♦> in I.VJ7, whereas only J'JI.^li people ot Uritish extraction left oiir .shores loi the States in l'Jll. 1 Tin* exodus of agricultural !ab(>'»vr-> j has largelv inerea-cd latelv, amounting | to in tt'IJ. as compared with < in 1«K)1. It, Ui ina-rcating 10 j note at the f-aine time thai Irish Km- i juration i...

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HEALING BY TROMBONE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

HEALING BY TROMBONE. After » remarkable oaroer, August Henri .Jacob, or "Li> Zouavo Jacob" tho u'ell-knoun faith-healer of i'aris, whoso eciebrily dated back to the days t»f tlio Kmpire, has (snys tin? eorrespon dent of tlio "Daily Telegraph,'') died at. tlio ago of £>•>• I lorn in ho mli-red t he avmy at tho a#* of Hi, ami became a- bandsman anion;; tho Zuavc* nl the fmpermf (Juard, distinguishing himself as a clever player of the trom bone. It was in at tin? camp ot Chalons, that hi? lirst iniiioiiiuvd that ho had the faoultie:, of. curing maladies by simple will power. Several sick 6oldicrs mado the experiment. {(♦■ lixed his eyes upon th'-m, blew a blast upon his trombone, and declared them cured. Whatever tlio reason, cured they appear to have been. The lamu of these "miraoles" spread to Paris, and even readied tho ears of tin- Mm porer Napoleon III himvlf. Jacob then left tho regiment, and opened a consultation room ai Saint Ouen. Anion;.1; his patients was .Marshal C...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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UNKIND. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

UNKIND. "1 studied imiiiliiiK abroad," said Hio artist. "Tliat explains it," replied tuo critic, "I'vo novor seon a cow like t-hat in this oountrj."'

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REJECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

ItK.llX'TKI). In a carriage on a Scottish lauway Kill a number of gentlemen off for tho holiday. Conspicuous in the company wore two—ono an old man with a very liakl head, and tho other a yuunp. iol low with a groat crop of rod hair, win>M3 tierv huo would outrival the wt lh,UZ they had pa^ed I'.tisloy most of tho traveller:; put down their news papers and hogan to yawn and look out la/.ily, awaiting the arrival of tho train at their destination. Tiring of this prosaic silence, tho young man with tho red hair selected the old man Hie hutt of his wit, "1 say, old fclolw." lie remarked rudely, "Nature surely had nu hair in stock when vou were imider" "Sho had sir, slio hail," replied U»<* old man; "hut it was all ml, and I would not have any of it."

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A DEADLY INSULT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

A DEADLY INSULT. "Harry Love," exclaimed ^lr.s Kuowall to her husband <m his retina ono evening from his otlue, "1 have b-becn d-dreadt'ully in-allied 1" "Insulted !'*' exelaniud "Llarry love' "Jly whu/nr" "U-by your mother," answered tbo young wile, hiiiating into tears, ".My mother, Flora ? N'om^riio! She's miles on a visit to poor Turn," Flora dried her tears. . "I'll toll you all about it, Harry love," slio .said. "A letter eamo to you this morning addressed in your mother's handwriting, so, of course I — I opened it." "01 course 1" repeated ilarry dryly. "It—it was written to you all tie way through. J)<> .vmi understairJ ?" "I understand. Hut wh»»ru does the insult ootno in?" "It -it came in li'e p-p-posUoripV' cried the wife, bursting info Uesh Jlonds of briny. "It -aid — 'iMM'.S — Dear Klora, d-don't. fail to give '.his Mcttor to Harry. I w-want him to h-havo it."

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MARRIED IN HER SHROUD. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

MARRIED IN HER SHROUD. AfW'!' heing proijounoxl iiu.*nr:i!*!*• by ;i score or more of physician* 01 the first niiik an<l eperalnl on nine tiiius, eaeli time with supposedly tYuer chan ce's of nt'ovcry, M i.,s Sophie M. Ko.-rt h ol Unitijinn-.-." IT .S. A ., w.ms married mi September ir;>. til Jeremiah .1. liails haelt in tlie ilrc-vs which, four veal.-. she made willl her own hands fm- her shroud. Four months »K». aftor the lust and most <l:irinj; opera tion, Miss Koerili felt for t lir> fu st timo that, a euro had hoeti elleeted. Miss Koerth's ease is well-known amnns surgeons. At one hospital she Im'k • •I'd to lie operated upon, hut tile wir jnoiis refused, deelarine; it would mean nothing hut. death.

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CROP ROTATION AND MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 February 1914

CROP ROTATION AND MANURE. The dairy farmer, who wishc.s to remain a dairy farmer musti see (1) tlint liis total acreage must not- lie.* de voted to feeding dairy *>tock ; (2) that a rotation of crops is necessary, and {>\) that the constituents of th«« soil sold oil' tlit' farm in the .shape of milk must hi- returned to the soil in the shape of manures. if the dairy far mer u>o his total acreage to fed dairy cows, ho will exhaust all his land of the constituents that appear in milk, while it may he rich in other subs tances thati uppcar in crops. A •ci tation of crops is necessary to meet these conditions, in order to retain the land in heart and bring profit to the dairy farmer. Then, with intelligent watering and heavy manuring, ho may grow enough green feed on a few acres, to place Himself beyond the rav ages <»f drought, and it may be, en able him to inrceaso hi* dairy herd. One cannot continue to draw money out of a bank unless ho pays money into the bank. D...

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