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AN GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXIV (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

GQliiiirsi WlNiiS V-') V«. UwKv'i Pc-olo ) (JilAPTEJ! XXIV (Coutinucii.) Alico rose, ami ihi .nv.ii"j a shawl about her siioulders, Listened it with a diamond spray—-which sho believed to flitter in tho moouligiit—aud tripping down tho stops* overtook tho figure. "1 know it was you"—tho stronger started—"becauso you smoko so vic iously." . . .. "Lndv Adair 1" exclaimed Arthur, .with Aurpriso* ' "Why did 'you leave tho card-room so early?" she enquired. "I invariably lose when anyone is overlooking my hand," ho answered, throwing' away his cigar. l,l am so sorry. \Vero your losses hwiryH" . "Nothing to speak of." "And you blame me?" she observed, in tho low-toned obarm so peculiar to lior. "But, oh, don't look so miserable, Arthur." she added, sighing. "Lady Adair I" ho exclaimed, with a look orfrepropch, "are you happyfr" "Yes," sho answered. "Sir Laur onco is vory kind to mo." "Of course, of course, but pray don't pick that flower to pieces; give it to me, rather." lio extended his...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

Announooment* jpAHK LAKE, CKESWICK. CITY OF BALL.ARAT BAND SUNDAY, MARCH 8T1I, At 3.30 p.m. l'KOGKAMME : 1. March—"Kavenswood" (Ucmmer). 2. Overture—"Bohemian Girl" (Balfe). 3. Cornet Duet—"Ida and Dot" (Lnsey). 4. .Selection—"Faust" (Gounod). 5. Intermezzo — " Water Lillica" (Hume). G. Trombone Solo—" Ora Pro Nobis" (Piccolomini). 7. Grand Chorus—"Gloria," from 12th Mass (Mozart).

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

CRESWICU FIRE BRIGADE. I ) liXilSTKKMD Mrtnhrrc, Reserves I V and llonorji*-' Members itr«» r*1 <jin\sti'<l lo as.si'iu1 ,;.t the Kirt'Slatiun on SUNDAY ^^ilc 'NC NLXT, at iO.'M o'clock, to atli'in'i Divine Service at Victoria Street Methodist (,'hureh. Tho train for Bendigo leaves CreH wick at 7.30 a.m. on Tuesday, 10th inst., arriving tit BentHgo ut noon W. ir.r.«« ■ Captain. J. JAMES, Secretary, 8. Contest March—"The 20th Cen tury" (Hume). And by special request of many resi dents of tlie district the following favorite selections — " Hallelujah Chorus," Lead Kindly Night," "Nearer My God to Tlice," "Turkish Patrol" and others. COLLECTION, j METHODIST CHURCHES. Services sunday next, as; follows ;— | Victoria Street—11 a.m., Rev. G. W. ; [ Harrison; 7 p.m.. Rev. Harrison. I North Creswick—II a.m., Mr Tinncy; . 7 p.m., Mr Dimsey. Springmount — Church Anniversary — 3 p.m., Mr Dimsey: 7 p.m., Mr Down. Kingston—11 a.m., Mr Dimsey. Broomfield—7 p.m., Mr Chamberlai...

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SPORTING NOTES. Racing. CRESWICK TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

SPORTING NOTES. Raciny. CR&SWICIC TURK CLUB. The programme for the annual meeting of the CteswinW Tutf Club, lu he held on Saturday, 21st March-, appears in another col'imn, and con sists ol six events, including Tttal Handicap, tosovs, five furlongs, for horses that have not won in ire than 20 sovs. on the fiat ; Novelty l'ony Race, 10 sovs, (our furlongs, for horses 14.1 hands and under ; Cres wick Handicap, 15 sovs., one mile ; Open 1 rot, 10 sovs , two miles, V. I A. rules ; Welter Handicap, 10 sovs, six [urlongs ; and I'lying Handicap, to sovs., five furlongs, Entries closs on Monday, ytli March, with the secretary (Mr Harry M'('ioldrick) at the Anuri can hold, Creswick. The ; ublican's booth and other privileges in connec tion with the races will be sold by public auction at the Am:rican hotel 011 Saturday (tomorrow) afternoon, at 4 30 o'clock.

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V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

V.R.C. AUTUMN MKETING. The second day of the V.R C. Autumn Carnival took place on Tues day, A-hen ihe Australian Cup was tun and won by Wallalo iti record lime Pie results were: — Hopeful Slakes, 5 furlongs—Ranly ga, 1; Wormwood, 2; Van Bienne, 3. Ascol Vale Slakes, 6 furlong?— Wuorak, 1; Andediue, 2; Traquette, 3 Time, I mm 1.}^ sec., a record lor Ihe race. ! Australian Cup, 2.} miles—Wallalo, 7 9 (II. liray), 1; Uki, 6,7 (l.ane), 2 ; Calamus, 7.3 (Ringer), 3 9 10 2 Ihe winner. Tune, 3 min 56 sec, a record fur the race. March Steeplechase, aboul 2 miles — Beltcwynd and l'ladda, dead heat, 1 ; Camasade, 3 ! Bourke Handicap, 7 furlongs— Tadatiga, 1; Gold Btew, 2; Braille, 3 Junior Handicap, G furlongs—Toast, 1; Lady Cantala, 2; Baverstock, 3.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

OBITUARY. The funeral of Mr Michael O'Hehir, ; of Wattle Fiat, took place on Tuesday afternoon at the Creswick Cemetery, i and was very largely attended. The I coflin-b.\arers were Messrs MichacT, ' John, William, George, Harry and Thomas O Hchir (sons of deceased) Pall bearers : Messrs Martin, Thomas, Michael. John and Daniel Phelan. and George, William and John OTIehir (grandsons of deceased), J. Moueghetti ind K. Me;ihney. The Rev. Father Walsh officiated at the graveside. Messrs A. Pasco and Sons were the undertakers. The old resident of the Smeuton district in Mrs Harriet Pickering died nt Maryborough yesterday. She was the relict of the late Mr L. Pickering, of Smeaton, and had reached the ripe old ngo of H'.i years. The remains will be interred in the Werona Cemetery on Saturday, the funeral cortege leaving the residence of her son, Mr\V. Picker ing, Kald Hills, Carisbrook at 8 a.m., and arriving at the Werona Cemetery at I o'clock. The death occurred on Tuesday even ing, at ...

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Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

Bowling. The championship of the Creswick Howling club has been decided, and llm honor has fallen on a compara tively new exponent of the name iti Mr A. Cleary. The conditions of the championship tourney provided that competitor jhoulii play each other once, and the player who succc:ded in winning the greatest minibjr of g lines by the end ot February shou!d 1)J en. titled to the honor ol holding the championship of lilt club for the season. Messrs A. ii. Grose and A Geary played more games than the others, and each had nine wins to their credit, the former losing three and the latter one. It then became necessary to decide the tie, and the final match was played on Monday evening last. The game was 25 up, and for the Stealer part of the journey the com pelilors kept scores fairly equal, although the bowling was not quite so good as in their initial games, when they played most consistently. To wards the finish the championship looked a "good thiiig" for Mr Grose, for the score was ...

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WIFE DESERTION. SHERIFF v. SHERIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

WIFE DESERTION. ; -I. _ SHERIFF v. SHKRIKK. At tho local court on Thursday morn ing, beforo I)r T. A. Wilson and Mr \V. P. Northcott, J7U\, George Edward klioriff, of 13(indigo, minor, who wan arrested on warrant at Hendigo for wife desortinn, w.'ih proceeded against hy liiR wifo, Rebecca May Sheriff, for mainten ance. Mr Nevett appeared for tho complainant. In oponitig tho caso, Mr Novctt wiid defendant was a minor and formerly resided at Croswiek. 11o was married fonr years ago at Hallarat, and during tlmt timo ho had not made a propor home. The trouble seemed to ho drink. Defendant was not a had husband when sober. Complainant had been ill-troalcd by him, and she was frightened to livo with him. ■ Defendant had sent her homo to her mother and promised to keep her, which ho had not dono. About 15 months ago they went to Daylesford to live, and after 11 months there the hntnn broken up, and ho cleared out. Jlo had been drinking heavily, and complainant reported him to tho police as...

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Allendale. HARVEST SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

Allendale. HARVEST SERVICES. Hatvest festival services were held at tfje Methodist Cliurcli ou Sunday last. Mr Chamberlain, the home niissioiier, preached i-i the morning to a fair congregation, and in the evening the Rev. Mr Gibson, who is engaged in foreign mission work in (Jliina, preached to fairly lar^e congregation. Special anthems weie ^iven by tlie choir, and on Monday evening the fruit and other articles given by douos were disposed of in the Wesley 11.ill by Mr Chamberlain at satisfactory prices. A fruil soiree ccr,eluded the proceedings. KAKEWICI.I, SOCIAL On Monday evening in the Wesley 1 Ia.ll Misses E and I'". Bunyan, who Jor many years have been church workers, wcie entertained at a farew-'ll social. Mr Chamberlain presidgl Mr 1'. Johannscii, secretary of the church, was called upon to make a •■resi'iitation to Miss I£va liunyan, who had acted :'S Vr^aniste lot many years. Mr Johannsen cxpr:'ssi-'d pleasuie that so many were present fo do '■» the Misses liunyan. It wa...

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MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

MKI.HOUUNH SHIilil' MARKET Tuesday, I':it sheep : III,"1") yarded.- Quota tions: I*riiji»* crossbred wethers, 20s to 22s; exlr.i, 22b l»d tt* 25s Ddj.tfood, lf»s l)d to ]lis; second and inferior, from I'js; prime crossbred ewes, 17s to IDs; extra, 2Us t«>22atid;'n few higher;Ma to jiis; second, His to 12s; inferior, Us to lis; prime merino wethers, 17a !M to 20s; extra, 2ls to 22s; and selected pons at. 22h t>d and 2'is .'id; tfood, Ms to 10s; sccord lis !M to l.'is; a few inferior less; merino «m. 7s t.. Ma lid; extrii, to 17s (ill: old low-conditioned sorts at low ''"'lit lamlis : l'J.OOU penned. Prime, KIs tid t<> ITis; extra, lnsCd to 17s; a few to I'Jh !ld; good, to KI3 3d; Bccond, li)3 to lis; inferior, from 8s; a few , sinull less,

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DALLARAT STOCK SALES Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

DALLARAT STOCK SALES' Tuesday. Fat cattle : Alight yarding, number ing only 205 head, was punned for to-day's sales. By far the greater number consisted of middling and use ful descriptions, with a small pro portion ranging from good to prime. There was an average attendance of the trade, consequently for quality competition ruled brisk-, prices tinning slightly on those of the previous week, closing strong, whilst for other des criptions a fair demand existed at late rates. Quotations:—Prime pen bullocks, £11 IDs to £12 His; extra, £13 to £14 7s 6d; good, £10 to £11; useful, £S 10s to I'D 10s; prime cows, £S 10s to £0 10s; extra, £10 to £11 fig; good, £6 10s to £7 10s; useful, £5 to £(5. Calves: (Hi yarded of all descriptions. Kor all good and prime vealers a keen demand existed, prices improving slightly; best, to £5. Sheep : 575S came to hand for to day's sales, consisting principally of useful descriptions, a fair proportion good, with a small per centage of really prime nuality...

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Dominions Commission. COMMONWEALTH IMMIGRATION METHODS CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

Dominions Commission* COMMONWEALTH IMMIGRATION | METHODS CRITICISEO. A copy of the second interim report 1 ot the royal commission on the natural resources, trade, and legislation of certain portions of the British Do minions has been received at the Prime Minister's department. There j are a number of detailed references in the report of special interest to the | Commonwealth. The commission regards the trade position of Australia and New Zealand as remarkable, and, in some respects, j unequalled. " These countries, "the report states, " have developed an external trade which, measured at the amount per inhabitant, ranks with that of the oldest, the richest, and the most commercial countries of the world. That so great a trade should have been created under such geographical con ditions is a striking proof ol the energy, industry and commercial ability of the people concerned. " As a comparison, the imports and exports per head of population of the principal countries o( the world ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

VICTORIA insurance COY. LTD. Market Street, Melbourne. Chairman—Hon. Edward Miller. Fire, Marine, Accident., Live Stock, and Guarnnto Insurance linsines Conducted. JAMES .1 IIAVERTY, Secretary. Agent:—W. P, Northoott. gELLING OFF ! SEI.MNG OFF I W. LEACH, Who is retiring from business, has a few HIGH-CLASS BUGGIES AND JINKERS FOR SALE At Much Lower Kates than usual. ALL ACCOUNTS to be settled up during the month. T\ FISH C H E S W I c K . GENERAL CARRIER & FORWARD ING AGENT FOR BROADBENT BROS. & CO. WOOD AND COAL MERCHANT. .FURNITURE REMOVED, &ev 4c. J. MARKS, The Easy Terms Furnisher. J. MARKS, The 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. £6 Worth of Furniture, 2/ Weekly. £8 Worth of Furniture, 2/6 Weekly. £10 Worth of ...

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THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858. FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

THE CRESWiCK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858, Friday, March 6, 1914 Id response to the application made oo behall of the district State schools' committees lor Mr 1'rank Iicaurepaire, organi;er of swimming attached to the Education dcpartfiictH, to visit Crcs* wick at an early date to advise as to the best methods to be adopted to provide safe swimming facilities for the children, a reply has been receiveo from Sir Alexander Peacock, Minister of iiducation, by 'he local secretary (Air R. il- Down). It is stated in the letter thai at 'his time of the year the organiser is very busy, and could not be sent to Creswick specially, hut Mr Beautepaire would be visiting Ballarat very shortly, and would then comc on to Creswick and advise the committee as deiircd. The City of Ballarat Band wi\l pay a second visit to Creswick on Sunday afternoon next, and will play a splendid - programme of band selections at Park Lake, commencing at 3 30 o clock. On their previous visit the collection taken up r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

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 con fidence ; 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 Ballarat, 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. BOOK DEPARTMENT. R U Fond of Reading ? Look through this list* of papular authors, then ...

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BUSINESS FRIENDSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

I I BUSINESS FRIENDSHIP. . " Tlu'io ik no friendship in business," that is Urn wrdict oi ilio cynic; hc.ro is ours: Thero is no success in busings without friendship. You huvo to bu friends with your suppliers, with your customers with your assistants, ami even with your competitors. You can nut afford, mmply cannot afford to he otherwise. Sikuo.ss in business, uo matter what your lines or your portion, depends upon many things, but upon iiono more than tho power to make and keep plenty of frionda. "To liavo friends—ho ono.M In ihcso fiv« wordy Elbort Hubbard lias Minimal up tho cntiro science, phil osophy, and art of making and keeping friowL,

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MARKETS. SMEATON STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

MARKETS. ? SMEATON STOCK SALE. Coghlan, House arc) Co. report:—We held our usual fortnightly stock sale at our yards on Thursday, 2Gth February, when we yarded 27 cattle, 118 sheep, and 17 pigs. Light supplies in all classes came forward. There was the usual attendance of buyers present, and all stock yarded sold at late ruling rates. Fat cattle—Only a few light and beefy cows penned, best selling to £'1 1 l)s to £4 17s Gd ; others from XI to 7s Gd ; beefy heifers and steers from •*■'3 10a to £3 15s to £3 17s Gd. Store cattle—There is still a firm demand for all classes, and good prices are being obtained. Young steers sold from £3 to £3 7a Gd to £3 15a; heifers, two years ago, sold from £3 to £3 10s to £3 12s. Store cows in good condition are wanted, and sell at late market quotations. Bulls, fat, are also in firm demand, and springers are in good de mand ; beat forward sold from £3 10a to £3 17s Gd to .£•! 3s ; vealers, small, to 30s; poddies, 18s to 22s Gd. Young pigs—Only a few ...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

: OF RURAL 'INTEREST (U.Vr "Rufilicus.") Kliorlh are still, bring made to got at what is wanted to bring about a u>.etul function tor the Agricultural High .Schools. 'It seems lo bo a difficult tank. Kither tho budding farmers do not want tuition or tho plan upon which the Department is prviding it does not find favor. As a result of considerable deliberation recently on the part- of of ficials as to how to put tin* Warrnam bool Agricultural High School on a more satisfactory basis, it was eventu ally agreed to completely separate tin? control of the school tarm from the high school itsolt, and that Air (Jrace farm Manager, ami Mr llauschildt, ag ricultural teacher at the school, should be entirely responsible for the farm and agricultural education generally. It was also decided that tho agricultural students should attend at the farm full time, except two half days a week to bo spent at the school; that tho public should be admitted free to tho clashes at tho farm; that weekly ...

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MINING NEWS. BORING AT SPRING HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 6 March 1914

MINING NEWS. BORING AT SI'RING IIIU-. Tho Government percunnion drill linn I commenced boring operations on tho Crcswick to Kingnlon road, near Mr. KvorardV orchard. So far tho boring has boon Komewhat ardiionn owing to part of tho machinery undergoing rono* vation, but tbw is expected to hand very shortly, when greater progrews will bo made.* It \h not yut. known in what situation the Kocond bore will bo put down.

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