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THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 13 February 1914
THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858. Friday, Flbruary 13, 1 g 14 Al tin; conclusion of the business of the borough council on Tuesday even ! ing last, the councillors sat as mana gers of the common. The secretary said the herdsman had suggested that placards be posted on the common, drawing attention to the fact that cattle depasturing thereon must wear badges, and after discussion it was decided that 25 placards be obtained. The secretary presented the abstract of accounts for the period commeiiciiig on the 10th January, 1913, and ending on (he 15th December, 1913, as under:— Receipts—381 cows, ^2S/rcj/; 1 y5 heifers, pjjis/; 55 horses, jf.t/2/rt 131 goats, £tllIl> balance, .£10/10/10. Total, ^54/1^/4. Expenditure—Dr. balance at bank, £l&lt;jji1/1 ; herds man's fees, ^25/j/y i audit fees, £1 1/; secretary's salary, £10 ■, printing, tic., £i ; bank charges, elc., 10/; pounding charges, 12/6 Tolal, £54 1S/4. liadge fund—To balance at bank, £22 ; receipts, iX/. Total, ...
THE DOUBLE DISSOLUTION. PARTY TACTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 13 February 1914
THE DOUB.E DIS SOLUTION. .J. PARTY TACTICS. That there will be a double disso lution within a few months is oow practically certaiu. The Senate with its overwhelming Labor majority can fling tliu Bills of Ministers back in their faces with every expression of contempt. While Labor is thoroughly orga nised and has definite aims, the Liberal party always, and inevitably, tends to slackness. Its members are drawn from all sections of the com munity, who are agreed on the one basic principle that the individual should be free, that there shall not be a ucw serfdom with the trades union "boss" as the modern slave diiv?r. lint in order to organise successfully it i:; necessary to go a little /urlher. The Liberal programme appeals to the younger men, and it is tliey who count. That programme has to be scattered broadcast, and tile Prime Minister, who is as earnest in the matter as the youngest of those behind him, has to be supported in scattering it Absolutely nothing can be done willioii...
CORRESPONDENCE. ULLINA SCHOOL COMMITTEE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 13 February 1914
CORRESPONDENCE-. IjNYu do nui necessarily endorse or hold ourselves! responsible for opinions ex pressed by our correspondents.] ULUNA SCHOOL COMMITTEE. To (bo Editor, Sik,—In your last issue appeared an insulting and untruthful letter com menltnR on the Ullina School Com mittee, signed " I£. 1). Sinclair." Now, bir, there is no such person here as " K. D. Sinclair," tvliich makes it impossible for 111c to reply. II the writer is adopting the cowardly pro ceeding of sheltering himself behind an assumed name, let him drop the mantle, and I will promise him all the reply that he requires.— -Yours, etc., A. L. NASE, Chairman Ullina School Committee, Ullina, February 12th, iyi.|.
BOROUGH COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 13 February 1914
| borough council. ft. Tuesday, February io. Present :—The Mayor (Cr \V. P. Northcott, J.P.)i and Crs Gtose, Ellis, Brooui aud McPhee. COKRRSPONDENCII. From the hall caretaker, asking thai one of Ihc bedrooms in ihc cottagc be attended to, it beiug in bad order. It was also asked a new lid for the copper be supplied. On the motion of Crs Broom and i Gtose, it was decided to leave the [ matter to the mayor and engineer to I | have the work carried out if considered necessary. From R. Wall, agent for the South British Insurance Company, asking for patronage of council for the insurance of workmen employed by them under the Workmen's Compensation Act, which is expected will be passed by the present Government. From Treasury, with form of claim for X'7S, municipal endowment.— Attended to. From the Municipal Association, with a copy of bill to amend the Thistle Act. It was staled clauses i to 8 contain desirable provisions for winch municipalities have oiten asked. Clause 9 proposes (o e...
Postal Information. Letters [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 13 February 1914
Postal Information. —ffi—' Letters Commonwealth, New Zealand, Fiji, New Hebrides, British Solomon Islands, per i oz - United Kingdom and British Pos sessions, per J oz - - Id Other Countries, per 1 oz • 2Jd Letter Cards Commonwealth, Now Zealand, Fiji, New Hebrides, British Solo mon Islands - - Id Post Cards. Commonwealth, New Zealand, Fiji, New Hebrides, British Solomon Islands - Id United Kingdom • Id Reply 2d Other Countries - - ljd Iteply - - - lid Commercial Papers Commonwealth, every 2 oz up} - Gib - • -Id United Kingdom and other Coun tries, 2 oz. 3d; 4 oz, 3Jd; G oz, 4d; 8 oz, 4Jd; 10 oz, Gd. Each additional 2 oz up to G lb - Id Circulars and Printed Matter Only. Commonwealth, New Zealand, Fiji, New Hebrides, British Solomon Islands Every 2 oz up to G lb - id United Kingdom Every 2 oz up to G lb - Id Newspapers. From Publishers or Newsagents 20 oz - - Id Other Newspapers, within the Commonwealth 10 oz jd United Kingdom 8 oz or under each Id 8 oz to 10 oz - - 2jd Each additio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 13 February 1914
Gream Suppliers Will Make Mast Money By CotiBigninu to tlio WALLACE BUTTER FACTORY. Turnover to dnto, £300,000. Paid (or Oream of 1 4 MILLION STERLING up to date, Correct Results and Prompt Returns. Correspondence Invited, Factory - WALLACE, Reg. Offloo • 46 Armstrong-st., Ballarat. s ELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF 1 W. LEACH, Who is retiring from business, has a few HIGH-CLASS BUGGIES AND J1NKERS FOR SALE At Much Lower Rates than usual. ALL ACCOUNTS , to bp 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 honeat 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. £6 Worth of Furniture, 2/ Weekly. £8 Worth of Furniture, 2/tj Weekly. I £10 Worth of Furniture, 3 G Weekly. £15 Worth of Furniture, -1/ Weekly. £20 Worth of Furniture, 5,' Wee...
IRRIGATION IN AMERICA. CONTRASTING METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 13 February 1914
IRRIGATION IN AMERICA. CONTRASTING METHODS. | Sonic iiilercstinp; observations on irrigation in America were made by Mr, Tolley, a member of Hie Irrigation and Water Conservation Commission of New South Wales, who recently re- j turned from a trip round the world. ' Mr Tolley visited the leading ir- j rigation centres of the globe, including the Piedmont Valley district of Northern Italy, where irrigation is practised on the most scientific !• principles, but to Victorians most in- | ieresting will be Mr Tollcy's remarks upon - what lie saw in the United: States. Mr Tolley states that be was par- | ticularly struck by the sharp contrast j in iirigatien areas in the Slates. Some ; were laid out with great care and scientific knowledge, and were pros- | perous, while others were of a most . primitive description. Out of 44 irrigation schcnies in one State alone 41 had bccome bankmpt. Before j leaving Australia he bad doubts about 1 State control of irrigation, hut what he saw in Ameri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 13 February 1914
Gollingwood Nurse ALWAYS RECOMMENDS DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS TO HER PATIENTS. Nurse Maty Sellers, of 174 Easy street Collingwood, writes:—"As a nurse of nine years' standing at Col lingwood, I have found it necessary i 11 m any a c couchement cases to recommcnd Dr Morse's Indian 6"i. Root Pills. They W ,• (J are almost uni yJ versally used. In y -^.y -\ (act, many of my • .) V /•■••.. patients I found fh ■•' 1 using your med [y l--jJ jcinc already. .Yiirsr 1/,try A. Siltns. Personally I can hviu ii l'holo. s.iy they are an excellent remedy for Constipation. They act in a soothing manner, and I would not do without them, because they defy the symptoms of Constipa tion continuing, and invariably restore health in a very little time. You have my consent to use this testimony lor publication, I having personally de rived great benefit from its use." The cluck seaspn opened on Wed nesdny, and whilst the sport was good in some places, the birds were scarce in others. ' THE PREPARATIO...
FAITH HEALING AND CANCER. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 13 February 1914
FAITH HEALING AND CANCER. Jtemarkablo evidence, showing how a victim ol cancer died iu great agony whilo receiving Christian Science "treatment" irom a woman who ad mitted that sho was absolutely devoid ol medical knowledge, way given at tho Westminster's Coroner'*, (Joint at uu itnjuest on ALUs JSva Lucy llotden. Miss Hoiden, who was ol years old, bad been a suU'crcr irom cancer iur sonry years, and had been told that an operation was necessary. She refused to bavo an operation, and about two years ago, i»ho became a Christian scientist. Miss Alico l'ayne, a friend, describ ed how a Mrs Donaldson, a Christian Science practitioner, ••treated" Mis* Holdcu by prayer. Mrs Donaldson said that she l:r>t uiet -Miss Hoiden two yearu and three month ago, when Miss iioldcu canio to her and said that sho bad read Chrus liau Scieuco ■ books, aud wanted to bavo Christian Scicnco treatment. "ilavo you hud any experience oi medicine?" tho coroner asked. 4&lt;iVo, 1 liavo. had uo medica...
A COOL SHADE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 13 February 1914
. A COOL SHADE HOUSE. K UUH1 SjUUjd JO tt.tOAOJ 0} OJllSBOpl JO -mo.ift OAitf .to aui^sojo^ui ojotu qiu ll.>p.u:jj Otjl III K^ocln A\OJ 0JU OJOIlJj well constructed and nicely furnished iliiido or bush house. It is an inter esting place at all seasons, but partic ularly ho during tho Jiot .sununer in on t lis when growth is luxuriant, and the house affords a pleasant f-hado from tho heut of tho nun. In our climate, numbers of plants that aro diliieult to grow in tho greenhouse, can be grown to perfection in a bush or shado house, for. in addition to tho plauts grown in pots or planted in the soil for per manently furnishing tho houso, it also provides a place where pot plauts can he grown and established that are re quired for indoor decoration; as wed .1 a pi.ico for wintering varieties that have been used outsido during tho sum mer months. .\ shado house is easily constructed, and at littlo cost, unless, of course, ex p-.-ihivy material is used. Ail that it> required is a re...
DISTRICT LAND TRANSACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 13 February 1914
DISTRICT LAND TRANS ACTIONS. Allendale—145 acres, being portioo of tlie local State Closer Settlement, has changed occupation, Mr David McGrath having satisfactorily disposed of all his interest to a successor, Mr Wm. Wood, of Creswick. Broomfidd—20 acris, the properly of Mr T. 1* Rcardon, with a com modious dwelling and outbuildings, has been purchased by Mr Evati Mcllutchi'jon, for jC^ou. Dean—A small farm has been dis posed uf on account of the administra tor (The Ballarat. Trustees Executors and Agency Co. Ltd.) of the estate of late Richard I'ottei. This property, which comprised -to acres, situated od the Dean road, was fenced, bul other wise unimproved, as far as buildings, etc , were concerned and was sold to Mr Johu Scobie, jun., the preseut lessee, at £12 per acre, for cash. Mouut l'rospect — An important private sale is announced of a fine farm, 162 acres, beiiif; allot. 7 in the Parish of Bulhrook, lately occupied by Mr [as. Ouine, which lias been sold at £,^^ 10/per aci...
WELL WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 13 February 1914
WKU, WOKTU KNOWIiNC!. U«* had only been married sii i nu>n\hs, hut alroudy wm\> a wou.ed Ioi»k. An older lriend of ins, \ tfuitiy years of matrimonial experience fx innd him, ask«.&lt;l him what trouble.) him. "Well, it's like this'' ho answered. ".My wilo is one of tho bout in tin* ui/iii), hut I'm hanged ii' i can get her to iu»'ud my iihirts," •| Mipj>ose," answered tln> man e' »• &lt;piTi',neo, "you go up to her and ask hvr to mend a .shirt lor von when it avils repairing?" "Why, of course 1 do." "All, that's where you make a mis take. Now, what- I do is tins. When I find that one of my shirts wants nmmliug I wave it about a bit, aud say to fay wife. This thing's no good, whero's tho rag-bag?" " 'You'ro Mirely not going to tlirow that shirt away, aro vou!•',, sho will bay. "Lot- mo havo a look at it.' " "She taUotf it, j»ivos ono look nt it, aud iiayn. 'What, throw it awav booaiif^ of thai liltlo hole?" Aud lx?foro 1 ouu itfiy Jack' Robinson eho give ...
PAT'S NEW ASTRONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 13 February 1914
PAT'S N10W ASTKUNUMY. Pal iound it uujmjsmMo lo believe that tht« earth w;o» round in spito of tin- minuTon* arguments oi an emin ent astronomer. "Hut lo«>U here, Pat - a id !lw h.tter, "von must sea that the world can't b«i anything olao hut round. Now. til) m»\ where does iho sun ri>e," "In tho oast, of cour.se," said Pat. "And w.liero dues it M*t "Why, in tin; we-.t." -Weil, iheii. how did \\. manure to Pat thought hard ior a niiiiute. 'I hon an intelligent look dawned in Ins eye. "Why, oi' oouiM'," >aid he at last, "it ju>t slips hark in the night 1" ^ot hack in tin? wesi a^am by the iiiiirnmr.; It'll me that ?"
Rocky Lead. DEPARTING RFSIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 13 February 1914
Flacky Lead. DEPARTING RFSIDENT. Mr W. Perry, a native of this place, and for many years travelling agent for the Citizens Life Assurance Associa tion and London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Co, is leaving here to accept an appointment as an inspector for the Sutherland Children's Homes. On the eve of his departure he was presented with a handsome travelling bag by the members of the local church and the Sunday school staff, in both of which he has been an earnest and zealous worker. TIMBER TRADK. The timber trade in the forest around here has much improved owing to the activity of mining in the Ararat district. The cutters and carters are kept busy getting props for the mioet there.
BALLARAT PIG MARKET Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 13 February 1914
ballarat pig market Wednesday. I Coghlan, Boase and Co. report:— Another good supply came forward for to day's market, comprising principally baconers and stores, whilst the supplies of porkers and young pigs were within requirements. No choppers were penned, but arc wanted, and good prices are ruling. A full attendance of the curers and trade was preseut. Uaconers: The yarding met buyers well, and sales opened to brisk compe tition at slightly improved rates; prime light and medium weights being in good demand. Best pens, to 8/ to 8/6, at which prices we sold for 30 vendors, in pens of one to six head; extra, £.\ 9/ for Mr J. Ryan, 3; Mr M. O'Leary, 6; Mr Jno Wise, 2; Air O. Farish, I; £.\ 11/ for Mr J. Little, 2; whilst top price of the market was £.\ 11/6 for Mr G. Cox, and for 5 of Messrs Leviston Bros. Good pens, £3 101 to £3 it) 6; others, from £3 Half fats, £2 10/ to £2 18/. Porkers: Competition was keen; best, £2 12/to £2 iSj; others, from 45/. Forward stores, £2 5/ to £2 10...