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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER I i U'Vutu out Special (,>»rr»,>inij;«k,ii; .) Tlii' good opinion Aii.^tni'iUns h". o! .»■■■- -tu.' ' I 11'■ ■ ; 1 ' ' ii> ili.it .-I'fin io j.tri.e iwry v ...tor i luu likely [' I... cum. 1 in"..I o,. ! lie soo.i mg ma.1.: I'.v 5lir I'1 umlet iH&lt; n-.'.ivai • y - Vj" &lt;uv'11" gu;.-li.«l Sir Ian I «.« iiuiul muddle ol '.In' I''1'"'"' ut Itusil I'ark i- moil Hying no; only tlin-t" &lt;IiI'll 1V eoneer""I. I'll! to l."° whole i'"uuiiiinity, M.'-l [icon!'' who try to ;ivoiu !uis!> j'i«l;i--menu 1i.ho slow to condemn m)uio plnvsos &lt;» tlh> lVli-wr >(.') 1 &lt;'I"'' UIV, to My tln> I.IU.J. di.-tui.-'l"-. I ill' dlslHMtmil is to give the thing time to "find ij M'lf". -to go! v-ocj.-mr ,-iler Hi tho hope thai. ' "i Hie I'i'iKjaiiy ivoulii .Wpear' U»t tliero arc some features .-fiout tlio «*ork in-- .nit Ot th- n'n iiini' i Ui'.iini; entered upon hglit-heiniwily tnmt"' c'rioiii eonsi.leralion. I hero is tin ...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
WOMEN'S INTERESTS UJy "AiuhruMuo.") "Wear anything yuu lila. ' say* "Lucille," "ci iiiiit ncialiy uui; mo Ml ilOUcLto IS u IK' to J» 'iUJn:iiioiu.-. 'l/it.' tendency to uidu» .-&lt;urL> hmittu, ana Lu... tendency i.- riiieuy niuu thov aro uiado ol ioiui: oil .-Oilct ;abuc. Ouiur ut tlio uukIuu.-. .^pc.ik kh i.iO ho»>p okirl, wmcli, lmwevor, very d.itcrcin tioiu iho bru;>d ringed &lt;•. ration wo t-^v ... old laiiuly aibuma. \Vo may hn\»' an uiKlv^k.ri, oi nhi^ noju-u>'Clum and \ I uv. tin- «.v« ..-kin oi win to &lt;h;;ii>n ci"Ui .i.'ajKd ;ii ou*>i> \ms-s.bio, iv is \iio Uimo thai .> In cj'td, ami .-.oniihi/.v otnoi thv uil.v 1.1 not t>o i>.»d. nunc oc popli.111 ^ ui ilnilwi, and in iho I'1'1" is run the thinnest j-'i't i.i t'latht.'rhoiu'. U u ill t,t.iiid out tin- lea>t bu iioin i«o body> and there you nio. lo oow plote, the IhkIico will be lou.^% |1'"nl-s provided with .sku'M.ko uim'I. Iheio are tho rovers v\ the ono and ...
THE TRAVELLING CUSHION. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
THE TRAVELLING CUSHION. | A inivellin}.', cushion should form 1 parf. of thu lu«^ri£0 of evoj-yuno do Mi'iujr oomfort (luring; a railway jour ney, aud a cushion that cau a-tso bo used to cany various odds aud eiuU should prove invaluable. A dark cloth covering should bo made for an ordinary down cushion On ono sido of tliis covering two pou kets can bo placed. Tho lower pocket, which should bu cut in tho material itself, should RO ri^ht across tho cushion, about half way down, and should extend itsolf to tho bottom c&lt;lgo; this pocket will ha found mast, useful for holding nowfr papers and magazines. Tho other pocket, to bo uiado with n Hap, should bo stitched on about tho centro of tho upper portion of tho saiuo aldo. For easo in carrying it is ndvis^blo to add a small cloth handlo at tho top of the cushion. These cushions are particularly fascinating carried out in soft sucdo or leather, with dri iYiu^ed IrwiuiiuffJ.
THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858 TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
THE CRESW1CK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858, Tuesdav, Makcii j, iyi.| The question of providing swim ming facilities for the children of the town and district was further discussed at a meeting convened by the Creswick Central State School Committee, and which was held on Thursday evening last, at the Central school. There were present at the meeting Messrs W. I'. Ncrthcott (chairman), R. II. Down (correspondent), and B. Grose, of the committee, and Mr J. E. Cowling (head teacher), representing the Central school; Jlesdames Harris (correspondent), I'asco and Morris and Mr Robertson, of the North committee; Messrs Mason (correspondent) and White (head teacher) for the Spring mount committee; and l)r Wilson and Mr Steele. Mr Northcott was voted to the chair, and he explained the object of the meeting, also detailing t'be steps already taken by the Central committee. The Education depart ment .1,as ')Cen as'!Cd 10 se"d Mr Frank Beaurep^irc' l'le organiser ol swim ming, to C*.*csw'c't 10 a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
Funoral Notioa. O'lJEIUR,—The friends of the late Mr Michael O'Hehir, of Wattle Flat, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the placu of interment, the Creswick Cemetery. Tne funeral will leave his late residence at half-past 1 o'clock THIS (Tuesday) AFTER NOON. A. PASCO & SONS, Undertakers. Announcements DISTRICT HOSPITAL. WOODCARTERS' DAY TO-MORROW riHIE public are cordially invited to X assist in Carting in the Wood to the above Institution To-morrow, which was cut a short time back on the block near the Government Dam. Carters will be on the block at 8 o'clock. Du r ing the day a photo, will be taken, which will be reproduced in the Mel bourne weekly papers. W. S. NORTHCOTT, Sec. LOYAL SPRING HILL LODGE, I.O.O.F. rpHE Fortnightly MEETING will ,„4, held in the Rechabite Hall on THURSDAY EVENING. March 6th, at 7.3U o'clock sharp. HY. BOWLEY, Secretary. J)ARK LAKE, CRESWICK. CITY OF BALLARAT BAND, SUNDAY, MARCH S. Programme next issue. SIR GEORGE WHITE TENT, I.O...
MARRYING IN HASTE. DOES IT MEAN REPENTING AT LEISURE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
MARRYING IN HASTE. JJOliS IT AIEAN UEl'JiiNTING AT LlilSUHK. Tho proverb ''marry i;i haste, repent at loi^aro," would bo lnoro satisfactory u .someone would bo kind enough to explain the exact lii-aiuny of tho word "lia.-ao.'' isu doubt the averugo sen sible .snaj], dosing country road, imagine.* iUeh to bo progressing at a lnv.Uviuek paoe and brilliantly dodg the motor tratho. It would bo .-.urpn^ed and hurt it it woro to loam tJjui no regard it us a symbol of ex treme slowness. And them arc human beings whoso menial processes resemble tbo physical advauco of tho snail. They are think ing a-» ia»v as they can, lu their own opinion they avo making up their minda with admirable velooity. Uut to tho onlookers thoir calm leiauroliness .s maddening. "Hon' slow ho is to proposeI" ex claim all tlio frieuds or tho girl whot>o .suitor has taken a year to oomo to tho point. isevertheless, tho good follow m,»y bo rushing to his doom with what seems 10 him ihv speed and inovitablo ness oi a...
VALEDICTORY. MR. AND MRS. H. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
VALEDICTORY, -i-. MR. ANI) MRS. II. SMITH. When the question of the fot iiiation of a horticultural society in Cieswick was mooted a few years ago, one of the most dicrotic woikers in bringing the institution into being was Mr H. Smith, of Hard Mills, and he and Mrs .Smith have been active supporters of the society ever since, not only taking a great interest in it, but exhibiting largely at the shows held. Mr Smith 011 Saturday lust left lor a new sphere ol labor at Kerang,, and Mrs Smith will follow him later on. The members of the horticultural society felt that I hey could not be allowed to depart without being in some mauuer shown that their efforts in the past, were recognised, and 011 Friday evening last they were teudercd a farewell social in the A.N.A. hall, and were also made Ihc recipients of a presentation. The president (Mr k. 11. Down) occupied the chair, and in explaining the purpose of the meeting said they could ill afford to lose two such en thusiastic horticulturi...
BALLARAT DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
balxarat dairy produce market. Phillips anil Chamberlain report:— Butter: l'riino factory prims, i/; lump, to 11A 'J; separator, SJ to qd; dairy, fid. Iigy?, iod to I id. T3acon : Sidej, iojd to iid; middle?, i/;hams, l/l to 1/2. Honey, 3d to 3J1J. Lard, 7id. Cheese, yid.
RUTHERGLEN EXPERIMENT FARM. GUIDE TO EXPERIMENTS, 1913. (A. E. V. Richardson, M.A., B.Sc., Agricultural Superintendent, in the "Journal of Agriculture.") [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
RUTHERGLEN EXPERIMENT FARM. 0UJ1JU TO EXi'UUliM J3NT3, Ji'l-'l (A. K. V. Jlioluu'dson, M.'A., U. So., Agricultural Suporiiitomloul, in 1 tho "Journal ol Agriculture,") The Kuthertfion VHieuHurai College Uesorvo comprises t>&lt;SO acres ol' land, of which some OU acres buvu been planted with phylloxera resistant mother stocks, ami ~U acres (at Wah gunyah; have been devoted to nursery worU ior the propagation ol' phylloxera resistant rootimgs. Ol thu remaiudei, approximately at;rt:s arc available, i'or general tanning. The Ifuthergleii \ iticultural Station has beejj oi' great assistance to tin: Vitieultural industry of tho titate by distributing each year lar^o numbers ol' grafted vines lor tho reconstitution ui pnylloxtra infested vineyards. In liU'J it wad decided to still Hir liier increase tho usefulness of the in stitution by utilising tho farm area as an J^xperiinent Farm j'or tho prosecu tion oi systematic researches a nil ex periments in agriculture. The primary pu...
CORRESPONDENCE. ANOTHER DENIAL. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
CORftESPONOEMGE. SWe do not necessarily endorse or hold ourselves responsible for opinions ex pressed by our correspondents.] ANOTIIIik DENIAL. To the Kditor. biK,:—Vour Ullina correspondent says her veracity has been questioned. Il lias, mid she lias herself shown what it amounts to. The rmr. cnmnl.imi.rl of said that trees had fallen across the fences. Now we have llie slalcrr.cnt "that the fence on the north side of the school-yard was damaged." What a climb down ! Surely the lady who, to use her own graphic style, generally speaking knows what is going un around her, which statement I am absolutely and positively certain is true, is aware that the yard has also an east, a west and a south fence. Can it be, Sir, that one who on her own naive admission is fully conversant with everything thai goes on here has seen only one fence at the school ? Her information on this point roust as suredly be behind the times I But being a lady she is sure to remedy that sad defect and in your ne...
MARKETS. BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
MARKETS. ? BALLARAT PRODUCE MAR KET. Wheal has had sales at up lo 3/8 for best milliug; medium aDd ofT sorts, 3/4 to 316. Oats are Grm with moderate deliveries; best heavy milling, 1/9; medium, 1/7 to 1/8. Peas, nominally, 4/. Barley is firm for best quality mailing; priinest ISnglish, 3/3; me dium, 2/io to 3/1. Cape, best malting, 2/1; medium, 1/9 to 2/. Potatoes are firm for locals, which are only offering in small quantities; Pinkeyes, ,£3 10/; Carmens would be worth £a, to/ for locals. Hay, bast green chaffing, 35/; medium, 30/ to 32/6. Manger hay, £ 2. Bran, £5. Flour, £S 15/, Straw, 32/6 to 35/. Pollard, £$.
ULLINA SCHOOL TREES. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
ULLINA SCHOOL TREES, To tho Editor. Sir,—Having noticed in your columns remarks to the edict that the trees recently cut down in the yard fell across the fences and damaged them, 1 de-ire to state that they are untruthful. On this matter 1 ran not do better tlr.n quote the language of Mr A L. Nase in his letter of 19th inst , wherein he so eloquently states "The main qualifications for a successful residence in Ullina are truthfulness and a cos mopolitan view ot things in general. We have no lime for cranks and distortionists. If any individual has any complaints to make let him come out into the u|ieii and either make good or shut up." —Yours, ulc., \VM. A. U. SINCLAIR, Head Teacher, S.S. 7Gj, Ulliiin, 2S/2/M. "Swallowed an indefinite amounting money," was the financially interest at entry placed in the casualty hook of Melbourne Hospital on Saturday even ing, opposite the name of William Leslie, - i years of age, of 2:5 Spencer street. Il described a feat which threatens to become...
MINING NEWS. CRESWICK QUARTZ G.M CO. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
MINING NEWS. —: 4; CRESWICK QUARTZ G.M CO. Al Ihe above company's mine at Nuggetty Gully, operations are being continued in driving north and south on a fair body of stone, with fair prospects. It is expected that a start will be made this week to put through a crushing, there being about 20 tons of stone at grass. A commencement will also be made this week to rise on the indicator, which is showing nice veins. Everything is working well and in good order. South Berry—Seven parties cross cutting and blocking in fair average dirl.
AUSTRALIAN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
AUSTRALIAN CUP. The V.R.C. meetini; will be con tinued to-day, when the principle event will lie the Australian Cup, the distance ol which is two miles and a quarter. The linal acceptors, with probable riders, are as under:— The Parisian (R. Cameron) tj st. o lbs. Sea Prince (J. Killoru) 8.12 Uesiie 8.9 Lord Alwym:(W. 11, M'Lachlan) 8,5 Audacity (R. Li-.wis) 8.5 Harpist (J. Liuhtfoot) 85 Wassail (J. Mopwood) 8 3 Prizefighter (P Kelly) 81 Matouree (A. Wood) 8 1 Loch Amos (\V. H. Smith) ... 7.13 Andelosia (G. Lambert) 711 Wullalo (11 Gray) 7 y llelovc (P. Mailer) 7 7 Dialiulu (K. Clarke) 7.5 St. Vano (A. Shanahan) 74 Obi (G. Harrison) 7.3 Calamus (O. Ringer) 7.3 Coradil (W. Callinan) 7 1 Gladwyn (B. Cain) 6 13 Lord Grey (G. Leonard) 6 7 Uki (H. Jackson) ... G ?
A REAL HOME LESSON Father and Daughter Heal Their Cuts and Scalds with Zam-Buk. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
A REAL HOME LESSON -I: Father and Daughter Heal Their Cuts and Soalds with Zam-Buk. In thousands ol homes Zam-Buk i: I daily demonstrating its wonderful utility as a first-aid for accidcnts. Re markable soothing, and antiseptic pro perties make Zam-Buk the ideal healer for cuts, bruises, bums, scalds, sprains, etc. Zam-Buk subdues pain and inflammation, prevents festering, and ensues a perfect relief. The experience of Mrs C. S. Boys, Cawthorne St. Southwark, Adelaide, is a typical instance. "My children," she fays, "are always in the wars, bin, 'hanks to Zam-Buk, their injuries are speedily healed. My little girl Tlielma fell and cut her knee-cap. The wound was very deep and for a few days she was practically a cripple. Ordinary remedies did her no good. 1 then applied Zam-Buk, which in a few days healed her knee splendidly. "My eldest daughter, Kathleen, se verely scalded her arm with steam from the kettle. llei arm blistered up in a leaiful manner, but a prompt ap plication of Za...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
Cream Suppliers Will Make Most Money By Gonolgninu to tho WALLACE BUTTERI FACTORY. Turnover to date, £300,000.1 „ Paid for Cream 4 of a MILLION STERLING up to date. Correct Results and Prompt Returns. Correspondence Invited. Factory - WALLACE., Reg. Office - 4G Armstrong-at., Ballarat. gELLING OKI'" ! SELLING OFF I W. C¥A C H, Who is retiring from business, has a few HIGIi-CLASS BUGGIES AND .TINKERS FOR SALE At Much Lower Rates than usual. ALL ACCOUNTS to be settled up during the month. J. MARKS, The Easy Torms Furnisher. Jm MARKS, Tlio Easy Terms Furnisher. UNDER our Liberal System of "Pay as You Earn," any honost manor woman fan haw as jnueh Furniture as they want. We haw just opened » complete Assortment ol' Household Furniture ami Furnishing*. Our tnMe of easy terms as follows : Worth of Furniture, 1/ Weekly. £5 Worth of Furniture, Weekly. £8 Worth of Furniture, :>/fi Weekly. £10 Worth of Furniture, ,Ti» Weekly. £15 Worth of Furniture, 1/ Weekly. £20 Worth of Furniture, 5/ We...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
V I I f I H M M I M I * AUTUMN AND 1914 WINTER SEASON. WITH the Close of the Summer Season we wish to extend to you our sin cere thanks for the very liberal patronage bestowed upon us during the past twelve months Our success with your co-oper ation during that time has been remark able ; our Sales nearly doubling that of the previous 12 months. This success has inspired us to fresh efforts for the New Season now opening. We have bought largely and with coil" iidence ; confident that the success of the past 12 months will mean greater pros perity for us this year. Every day now we are opening New Goods, and we will take the very earliest opportunity of announcing our First Display. We are out against Baliarat, and there is no reason why a District Store should not more than successfully com pete against the larger centres. We are out to sell on the smallest margin of profit. Small Profits and Quick Sales is our Motto, R U BOOK DEPARTMENT. Fond of Reading ? Look through this list of ...
Exploring the Antarctic. LEADER'S TERRIBLE STRUGGLE. FATE OP HIS COMPANIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
Exploring the Antarctic. , ili . I LEADER'S TERRIBIJC STRUGGLE. i FATE OP IIIS COMPANIONS. Dr Mawson, in a personal natrative, sent by cuble to the " Daily Mail, " | relates the most sensational occurrence 1 of his stay in the Antarctic. "December 14, 1912, " lie says, ' " was a beautiful day. Ninnis, Mertz, and myself were in the highest spirits. | Owing to our arrival at the unbroken plateau, our trouble seemed to have ' ended. Mertz, who was the trail : breaker, was a quarter nf a mile ahead of myself and the first dog team. Then cnmc Ninnis with a sledge, on which were the most vital necessities. This pi,in was adopted in order that only the first sledge should suffer if there slioi Id be a crevasse. " I unexpectedly found my team crossing a crevasse, of which they had already negotiated scores, and called out to put to put Ninnii on hn guard. J.ookingback soon after, nothing met the eye but an expanse of snow and ice. " Then the possibility of disaster at the crevasse dawned on...
THE LEADING PORT OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
THE LEADING PORT OF THE WORLD. Tlio very latost estimates of tho valuo of tho, exports and imports of tho ten loading ports of tho world show that New York now* stands at tho head of tho list, with an advantage of nearly two hundred million dollars over Lon don. Tho "Marino Review" says that New York's total of exports and im ports, now valued at 1,973,981,093 dol lars, is over five times tho amount of commovco that was carried on by the entire country half a century ago. As to tho luturo, it is declared that thi* I'anama Canal is bound'to streng then tho lead now secured by this port; for the canal will bring Now York 1C00 miles nearer to Yokohama than is Liverpool; 2500 miles nearor Sydney; •1000 miles nearer Wellington, Now Zealand; and 2574 miles nearer Val paraiso. Bremen and Hamburg being some 500 miles further removod from tho canal than Liverpool, it is ovidont that the now conditions—the general re arrangement of trado routes—will tend to strengthen tho position of this por...
Racing. V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 3 March 1914
Racing. V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING The Aulumti meeting of the Victoria Racing Club was opened on Saturday last, wheu the principal event was the Newmarket Handicap. This was won by the South Australia horse Iownit, an outsider, 20 to r being obtainable when the field started. The results of the several events were as follows:— Pines Hurdle Rack. Two miles. Diirrawa, y o (II. Cairns) I The Vet, 10.3 (N. Stuart) 2 l.iglit Ballast, 11.0 (W. J. Hall) ... 3 4 to t against the winuer. Tune, 3 11111) 50] sec. St. Legkr Stakes Ouc mile aud three quarters. Radnor, S 10 (R. Lewis)' I Andelosia, 8.io (G Lambert) ... 2 Mooodia, 8 7 (P. Kelly) 3 5 to 4 on Radnor. Time, 3 mln. 2sec. Newmarket Handicap. Six furlongs, s lowiiit, '/st 13II1 (\V. Smart) ... 1 Cider, 8st ulb (M. Connell) ... 2 Aleconncr, 8st 71b (L. Fisher) ... 3 20 to 1 Iownit. Time, imio I3jsec Sires Produce Stakes. Six furlongs. Woorak, S 10 (A. Wood) 1 Andesine, 87 (M. Connell) 2 Kidelio, 8.10 (E. Turner) 3 3 to 1 Woorak. Time, imin I4...