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CHEAP EMPLOYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 March 1914

CHTCA«P EMPLOYMENT. Professional Faster: "I should like to undertukp iv fast of four weeks in tins | slinw' of yours. How much will you | •J-• . .1 *. .4 t -J »»'• ,L •.* trryj but T wHl pay for ybur kuvp. 1

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 March 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (Hy "Ambrosino.") and l\ vm modish (ig,„0 firm Sit\l' iIf "1 » drairfl t« J1 n {, ' U' tlu> "K"1" --1 5K'"" 11 ojumuij; note for tin: it : of ;iu; 1111111. Ininnilii' , "Jl.™ n! l>rrt 1 v liJno oiinnnoiKso, and nk„ liniigiiio, >1 liufc. difficult, .i puz/.hs nio is how t<* bv the aero pen-note, tho bodice and tutue. iiui. omit, tho 1.1.1 ic in order to i»ctt,ru » V", \ ; dwullot.with n modi fed fcurtlia „f tuJJe. Voii iviJJ luvjili this at tho Knnliia .sin ulder seam l>v carrying tin. t li.irnioiisi- lo tho nod;', fllllj lllliTo tills ;,!,() the tulle Jllwt, tliero uni bo a buw. Tim., ivy get, mi Jar as to sw a bow oilier .side of the Jioek, with tullo from « aeh, gathering t<> a point just Uvhnv tj,c |,ti. Hf got nd of tho sleeve in a lino—jt con tinues from the shoulder, takes tho contour of tho arm, and flows over the hand to knuckle of tiiuuib. Well, there is tho skirt ami botlioe, and now for a tullo "tunic" in this form—a...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 March 1914

The sale of IVm. Morris's property at Powlett Hill, previously advertised for Wednesday, 18th inst., will take place on Friday next, Kith inst. 15y advertisement in another column, the Shire of Creswick notifies the public tint the shire weighbridge at Snuaton has been adjusted and put in proper order ; also that the diaries for weighing on it will be the same as at the railway bridges. Announoomonti SIR GEORGE WHITE TENT, 1.0.Ft, I N connection with the Annual Con 1 ference of the Independent Order of Rechabites, which is beintf held in Ballarat from Dtli to the 13th of this month, u PUBLIC MEETING will be held in the KECHAB1TE HALL, CRESWICK, on WEDNESDAY, 11th INST., at 8 p.m. First-class programme by Melbourne nrtista, Speakers—Bro. J. G. Membrey, P.D.C.R., I<ro. Munscy, A.S.J.T. (of GeelonK), Bro. (jtiick, l'.D.C.R., Bro. A.J. Hawkins, Bro. A. M. Creamer, All Welcome. Admission Free. J. C. CADDY, C.R. W. S. NORTH CO I'T, Sev. Creswick Easter Monday Sports. A MEETING ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 March 1914

Till! CRESWICK AlJVIiKTISLK ESTABLISHED 1858, Tuejdav, MAr.cn i u, i y 14 The following letter war. read by the secretary of the Creswick l'ire Brigade (Mr J. lames) to the members on Sunday morning:—" Gcclong Trades Hall, 5/3/14. To the Secretary Cres wick Fire Biigade. Dear iSir,—In the forthcoming demonstration, to be held at Bendign, Apparatus-Officer Marriott (of the Newtown and Chilwell brigade &nd team) is at present working for and assisting the contractor for the Geelong sewerage system to defeat the unionists in their fight for a living wage. The Geelong City and Geelong West brigades have already refused to com pete in the local competitions while this man is a com|>ctilor. I remain, fraternally yours, H. Cakkoi.i., Sec. U.S.U. A motion was put that the members of the brigade take 110 action, and that the letter be placed in the wstttc-paper basket. Every rnembei in the toom voted in favor of the motion. Several members spoke very strongly 011 the subjcct, and ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 March 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. .j. To tha Editor. Sir, — I was reclining in iny hatii muck waiting (or the last issue o( " The Advertiser," ami, while duing so, fell iiitu a meditative, or might I say, sad mood. I was humming the old ditty, " Close the shutters; Willie's dead," the pathetic tone o( which appealed to my sensitive nat'ire. I was at that moment handed your paper. I opened it, and lo and behold, Willie was not dead ; not even asleep. There was the signature " William," with a host of letters following. I forget what they really were, hut they should have -been K C.M.G, I had never previously seen the signature of Ullina's greatest. I was overjoyed and excited 1 shotiled, " You hero, Willie ; you champion ; yen first and second education of George Washington combined" ; and various other endearing ejaculations escaped mc. I tore the signature out; I was afraid I might lose it and possibly never sec it again. I bunny hugged it several times, and rushed for my birthday book. You know we ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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COMBINED A.N.A. PICNIC. [BY ONE OF THEM.J] [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 March 1914

COMBINED A.N.A. PICNIC. I liY ONL Ol" T11K.M.J A monster excu'taiun organised by llic Kingstou, Creswick, tJineatoii, and Mount l'rospect branches of the A N.A. arrived in Geelong on Satur day, sSth lilt., by special train (or a day by the sea. About 500 persons travelled by the train. The weather was all that could be desired. Through the efforts of Sir A. J. Peacock and the courtesy of the t'leelong Harbor Trust Hoard, the motor launch was placed at the disposal of excursionists. Ou arrival a rush was made to the beach, and a party, headed by Sir A. J. 1'eacock, paid a visit to the freezing works. After the inspection tho parly were taken back and given a fine view of the shipping, The trip was greatly enjoyed. The launch was available all the afternoon, and made seveial trips An unfortunate circumstance aiose, over which the committee had no control, and which caused much icgret, was the unfortunate accident which happened to the Ooogee, and which made the tiip to l'ortarlington ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 March 1914

I PROPERTY SALES. ' 'ntf;. iti vLi net ion 3 from Air Win E Upton, Messrs Joiin T. Sloan and Co. will submit lo pulj'ic auction on lliuisday next, at the Cumberland hotel, Srncalon, at 2 p.m., 165 acrts of good farm and fjrazin;; latifi, (n t|it; parisli of Ktillat^ok, \yitli a (ront^gt; to ths T« Tree road. Kinetv' nrr,.c „« die \aiid have been cl.cved"5 fc'ady for ' tlic plough, awlW the ba/n'1 u a kM a«uw«h <" „ are 111111"- , .... , -iiiiDcr. 1 lie fenccs new, and there isn ivcather uoaid dwelling and outhouses on the area, whilst the water supply is inex haustible. IJuycis are invited to make an inspection of the property. John T. Sloan and Co. will sell by public auction at Kingston, on l'"riday, March 20th, under instructions from Mr Harry T. Craig, ot Uroken HiU, who is realising upon his comfortable collude properly (w.lj, 5 100ms) situa ted ou a half-acre freehold allotment adjacent to the raiK-ay station. Huycrs can be advised to be in attendance, as the vendor...

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

P'l.r.e and palatable*

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F.M.E.A. CRESWICK BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 March 1914

F.M.E.A. * CRliSWICK BRANCH. Tlis fortnightly meeting of committee was held in the office ou Saturday evening, when there were present: — Mr F Witding (president) in the chair, Messrs T. Mann, R. Richards, J. Gitsham, E. Uooth, and L. B. Elshaug (secretary.) An apology was received from Mr Lenthall (vice president), he being afternoon shift. The president welcomed Mr E. Booth as a steward in the Creswick Quart;. Company's mine. COItKIiSrONDKNCi;. From Mr Little, general secretary of F.M.li.A. of Australia, re ballot for officers.—Received, and no action taken. From the secretary of Trades Hall, Geelong, re non unionists on the sewer age. — Resolved that as the five men in question wete not members of the Creswjck branch, no action be taken. KKI'UKl'S. From Mr J. Ellis, that lie is no better in health. Fiom the president (Mr Wildiug), who gave an exhaustive report of the proceedings of the conference held at Daylesford, and a Vote of thanks was passed to the president for his able re...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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SPORTING NOTES. Coursing. CRESWICK ASCOT AND KINGSTON CLUB. ANNUAL, MEETING. PRESIDENT'S HANDSOME GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 March 1914

^SjPOBti NQ:'N^TES. • 1 'Coui'S^riy. v" ,c \j-r ■ CR ES fa I CK-A/^SCm' AND KING STON CLUB. ANNUAL, MEETING. PRESIDENT'S HANDSOME GIl'T. The annual meeting of the above was held at the American hotel on Saturday eveuinR last. There were presenU—Mr A. L. Nasu (president), Dr Wilson, and Messrs ]. Mnore, W. and I. Dougall, T. Keay, J. Morrissey, J. and R. Whitcley, W. Hl.imey, I'". Vaughan, J. ami L-. i'aweeu,_ Spittle, T. Roycraft, W. II. Gore, H. and W. Holmes. J Mulhns, T. Haines, W. 1' Niirtheolt, I'' Morrish, F. Wilding, J. I!. Stephens, T. Gush ing, Ii. Matthews, and the secretary (J. Oxtey). The president in fiis opening re marks said he was delighted to see such a large gathering fur the begin ning of 1914 season, which spoke well for the interest which was being mani fested in the sport. The. gathering was a very representative one; the gentlemen who supported tins club so well 011 previous occasions weie with them, also the Liallarat friends. Me thought the nji.) coursing se...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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THE EDUCATION QUESTION. SIR ALEXANDER. PEACOCK AT EUROA. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 March 1914

THE EDUCATION QUE5TI0N. , Si . SIR ALKXANIJICR. I'HACOCK AT liUROA. As Minister of Education, Sir A. y. 1'eacock paid a visit to Euroa ou Thursday last, to enquire into educa tional facilities for that towu and district. On arrival Sir Alexander was met by a reception committee, and in the evening he addressed a crowded meeting in the public hall. Referring to the meeting the "Kuroa Advertiser," o( Friday last, wiiies : — On lising to a crowded Public Hall Inst night, Sir A. |. I'eacock was greeted with loud-continued applause. He said, in opening, that he was glad to visit Euroa once more. His previous visit to Euroa was years ago, in advocating federation, in response to requests from his old time friends, Messrs A. 1'. Gardiner and Tiioo Ford, with vhom he had been intimately associated at Creswiek. Some weeks ago, in response to Mr Gordon's representation, lie had promised to visit liuroa and see the school himself. He had dune that this evening, and could tell tint lueetiuj l!;...

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Bowling. CRESWICK v. DAYLESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 March 1914

Bowling. CRliSWICK v. DAYLIiSt'ORD. When the above clubs met od the Daylesford green early in the season the Creswick bowlers suffered a defeat by a big margin of points. On the clubs meeting on the Creswick green the tables were turned completely, the visitors being down, and they lost the match by many points. Another game was arranged to decide the rubber, and this took placc on Satur day last at D.'ylesford, the locals making the trip by the excursion train in the afternoon. They had 11 players only, several who took part in the last match being absent. A sub. was played for a time, and then the first player used four bowls instead of two. Tlie home team was also weak ened by the absence of some of their usual players. It was a most fitting name to decide the rubber, the finish being exceedingly close, and the result was '.ti doubl uutil one of the visiting skippers sent down bis last bowl. It was on No. i rink, where the last end was played. The game, counting the scores in eac...

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PEOPLING THE COM MONWEALTH. REPORT ON IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 March 1914

PEOPLING THE COM IU10N&EALTH, RI'TOKT ON IMMIC?KATION. flu! second lisurim report ol the in(i^ i! f Whicl, is inquiring into lieindustrial requires, lli,; trade nfsn,n,! Pnrlio'« " * is limdy.fnrit, c 1, largely Klth ifnnll,,ratinn Al|s ' , llc "N'on is interesting be- I , "" nI tiie community • . disappointed .it rrsiilK of nasi ■n rK 10 l",nP'- ">f Commonwealth, nose whose interest is mainly in I In^'T rC:',";e t,nt fnr "10 few rnrn " ' r,t"' vacant lands •ire still .1 temptation l0 H„, p(,0 ,,, , over -crow,!,.,! roun.ries Tl,' busings rinitnlT^ tl,at S""l,r"' wilh a "'ilc (Int «h, ,o •5D V"y "a,ily 'v I''"11 ,,r"s"nt ""1'Wlion oI ■i'! '» til' ir number. 11).. e,ty wage earner prowls that ,j„. Ln.-ln mi™„,,t, 0, Melbourne and i • Hjn'y, rather than the nun-lit plain I ' !, have linenpn^ilcd.' jCommis'iinrii rs rmlim n|J lh.it J r.mll ,,.v IiniM( nm I||a( jf A^|rM.n' lb"V^''r'riUh', """"'R™"'" 'ror.» \onili"* ' K,n"""ni " '""St take am I'"''", caring !' ,nnilun" r tliey...

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

VICTORIA insurance COY. LTD. Market Streot, Melbourne. Chaiman—Hon. Edwnrd Miller, Fire, Mnrine, Aeridcnt, Live Stock, and (iiinrnnln InmirRnoe Ilunine? Conducted. JAMES J .ifAVI5RTY, Secretary, Aflnn'c-W. P. Northnott. gELMNG OFF ! KKI.UNC OKp ) j W. LEA G M, i Who is retiring from Ihihhiosh, has a few HIGH-CLASS H110G1ES AND ♦JINKEUS FOR SALE At Much Lower Rates than usual. ALL ACCOUNTS to ho sol Hod up during the month. T, FISH C H E S W I R K . GENERAL CARRIER & FORWARD ING AGENT FOR BROADBENT BROS. £• CO. WOOD AND COAL MERCHANT. FUHN1TURE REMOVED. <£c., &c. J. MARKS, The Easy Torms Furnisher. J. MARKS, The Easy Terms Furnisher. UNDER our Liberal Syptemof "Pay as You Earn," any honest manor woman can have as mueh Furniture aa they want. Wo have just opened n complete Assortment of Household Furniture and Furniphinps. Our table of easy terms ns follows 4 JC3 Worth of Furniture, 1/ Weekly. £6 Worth of Furniture, Weekly. £S Worth of Furniture, !?/f» Weekl...

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

u B W H ■ * II * ■ M * ■ ■■ You^reV;^ Invited to Inspect - Our -- OPENING SHOW - OF - NEW SEASON'S NOVELTIES - OK - SATURDAY, march uth. The Whole of Our Larg*e Premises and ' Our Large Furnish ing' Showroom will be decked out with / all the Latest in Dress Goods, Trim ming's, Millinery, and Mantles, R U BOOK DEPARTMENT. Fond of Reading ? Look through this list o£ papular authors, then come and sclect your book. I have a very big assortment of the — very latest books by such well known writers as — Charles Garvice E, A. Rowlands Annie Swan Allen Kaine Harold McGrath S. R. Crockett J. Hocking i John Oxenhaui ' William Lc Quex Rider Haggard H. S. Merriman Marie C. Leighton Guy Boothby Nat Gould J. A. Stewart xat at at at 6(1. 6d. 6d. 6d. 6d. I have also a sulendid lot of better bound Books at 2/0 and 3/6. My stock is being continually renewed with the very latest books that come into the market. See the Books for the Children A most complete list now showing Special Window Display; r....

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

**1 SUFFRRFD FOR YRARS FROM CHRONIC CONSTIPATION, IIKAD ACHKS, NKllRAI/ilA AND RLRKDING PIUOS. "TO-DAY I FICKI, QUITI5 WRLU ISRIOHT AND CHFKRFUD." " 1 have suffeied from chronic con stipation and most terrible headaches ami neuralgia lor years; also bleeding piles," writes Mrs Premier, Allen's Place, Port Melbourne, Vic. "1 always fancied 1 could see blade spots in front of my eyes, and rny face was always a sallow color. I have tried many ditl'er ent. kinds of remedies and pills, hut 1 got no benefit from any of them, so I came to the eunch.sion that the neu ralgia was the consequenee of the poison in my blood, sn I got what are called constitutional remedies, but i remained just the same until I was told of I.nxo-Tonic pills. I got a box and after taking the first few doses f no ticed I was no longer constipated ; therefore I was not compelled to take opening medicines daily as before. Since taking Laxo-Tonie' Pills I have never had a sign of a pile, J am pleased to say that I fee...

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DISTRICT HOSPITAL. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 March 1914

DISTRICT HOSPITAL? rJ(jMMfTTK!i MJ-IICTJ NG. The uiuiillily nicotine, ol (lie Cies wick District Hospital Committee was held iy (li? Ifiink Cliuml>',rc" oaj, evening las,. ThereVere'nrVsc.U: 15 '"-j; Kcv. c. lniU Mossrs W, I1. Nortlicolt, fj- ^Jcplicrion, R I'asco, U. I.yall, K. (jyrr, ami w. Nortlicolt (secretary). COKKKSryNDHNCIi, • The only correspondence received was u letter from Air J. T. Prury, of Mollongfjliip, in reply to a letter of the president's, stating that the rgsident'j of would or* K'tuisc a cancctl foi the hospital, lu be held during llic month of May. Mr Mcl'iicisou moved that Hit: offer be aocepted. Mr Gurr seconded the motion, which was carried. Finance Committer's Report. The following represents the financial position oI the hospital lo date:— Overdraft at last meeting, £46 0/2; receipts during month, i'18 4/3; balancc, .£27 15/11; accounts to pass, ;£y6 5/1; overdraft, ^12.) 1 /. iiousk committee's RicrORT. The House Committee reported Having visilctl the...

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FIREMEN'S CHURCH PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 March 1914

FIREMEN'S CHURCH PARADE. The members of the Creswick Fire Brigade lud their animal church parade on Sunday morning last, when they attended divine service in the Victoria-street Methodist Church. There was a uiuster of twenty-three, Captain lies bcinn in charge. The Firemen marched from the station to the church, and occupied scats in frout of the pulpit. There was a good con gregation, which included Sir Alexander and Lady Pcacock. The scrvice was cooductcd by the Rev. G. W, Harrison. Ad antlicm was rendered by the clioir, the solo parts being taken by Rliss Faull aud Mr W. S. Nortbcoti, the former also rendering a solo during the offertory. Tfic Kev. G. IV. Harrison, befure proceeding witli his discourse, ex pressed (lie pleasure he (elt in extend ing a welcome to the fire brigade to the church that morning. It was a splendid thing when they decided as a body to go to church, and it was also a proper thing. The officers o( the church were pleased to have the firemen present. He ha...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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TACTLESS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 March 1914

T'ACTl'iESS. A it i \ : "Wliy <!i<l IMi.s.s Antique ■ c'lifr diirv lioi* I if it U r * ( MciUiio: ''lie boastod that ho h*ul 'grown groy in her eorvico.^

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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DYSPEPTICS NEED NOT DIET. A SIMPLE MEANS OF PREVENTING FOOD FERMENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 10 March 1914

DYSPEPTICS NEED NOT DIET. * A SI MI'I.K MEANS OK PREVENT ING FOOD I'"Ii[{MENTATION. I'ood fermentation is the cause of all the discomfort and pain dyspeptics suffer. It does nut necessarily follow, however, tli.it in order to obtain relief they must deny themselves the enjoy ment they derive from eating so-called indigestible luxuries. The most satis factory method of overcoming the difficulty would be to prevent the fermentation from occurring at all, aDd this can be doue by h very simple means. It must tiist be explaiuei that most of the foods we eat contain a certain quantity of acid forming elements, and indigestible foods, of course, contain a larger proportion. When these foods are calcu, the acid cullccts, irritates the walls of the stomach, and causes the fj'j.i to fer ment while it is diycsliiii;. This |Cf incnting foud also gives of] gas whicf) distends the stomach, causing that full, uucomfortable feeling so often noticed after eating. The root of the trouble is the acid ...

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