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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 13 March 1914

HAltTLIiY No. 12, JtG/G/-. UAIt'i IjEV No. L', JUG/G/-. UAUTLEY No. 2, i;(!/(l/-. UAllTIiliV No. i-', JLG/U/— lluilt throughout ot English lin.t quality pattern fittings. lOudie froo wlicel; httcd with Oceanic or Wj-iiKeul tyros. Guaranteed for three year;;. La(iy';i Models, £1 extra. HARTLEY No. 1, £10/10/-. HAltTijKY No. 1, £10/10/-. IIAH'I'IjEY No. I, £10/10/-. HARTLEY No. 1, £10/10/-. UAltTJjIiY' No. 1, £10/10/-. I til it. throughout ot (ienllino U.S.A. fittings, Eudie coaster ireo wheel, buy ni.'iUo of tyro. Guaranteed for three ... -.1L>/1 :!/-. lluilt throughout of ^enuino U.S.A. littings, Kadie coaster flee wlieol, any make of tyre.1,, any saddle, any chain, any handles. Guaranteed for fivo years.. Inspection Cordially Invited. WRITE KOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES. CYCLE SUNDRIES (JonU. lrf ydi». 0(1. Mesh Dross Guards, J/, 1/3, II'.). hnnmel—Mnrtluy, Muuk, Gd ; Bluim/a, !j):uj1: or colors, 0d; l'Yuuio Protectors, Id; Kadii- Coaster lj'reo Wheel, com plete, with enauielled or...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CROPS FOR PLOUGHING IN. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 13 March 1914

CROPS FOR PLOUGHING IN. Tares is »oix 1 crop for this punu.->e. and is butler in this respi-ot, especially oil a light sandy soil, than musUM; and tanvi am a bulky orop and upon up tho soil admirably. A groat deal, ' hoivever, depends on tin; conditions oi j toil mixture. Whilo mustard j": 110 j doubt an excellent preparation ;t r I wheat, but it .should bo plougned in at tho end of six or soven weeks, as :»oon as tho llowers havo mado thoir ap pearance, and beforo tho plant* iir.vo icaehed tho seeding stag.1. nui-stard can ho used as a green manure, i within two months of iUs being muhi, 11 clowr is used, it is simply turned in and left to rot, when in about six weeks timo, tho ground will ho ready to nv* eoivo tho cultivation noco&,ary to fit it for a succeeding crop. llapo boiiio times shows a superiority over spring or autumn sown tares, and lupins, peas and vetches can nlw> bo used for tho purpose of green manuring. Tho firo which broke out at tho Sun shino Harves...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

A SIMPLE CURE FOR INDI GESTION. HOW A HEADER OBTAINED WON DERFUL AND IMMEDIATE RELIEF FROM AN ORDINARY ANTACID. Stiflcrci:. (iiitti indigestion will be interested in a Idler written by Mr H. Cuddeford, Go George-street, Euston Road, London, who, having suffered terribly from stomach trouble, quickly cured himself by a simple rjmcdy. Mr Cuddeford writes :—" .... 1 have suffered with indigestion and constipation (or over five years, and it has been Retting worse every year. For this last twelve months I have suffered dreadful pain. I have been attending a doctor for three years, but I got no belter. I have also been attending Middlesex Hospital, slill I got no belter. Food 1 dare not touch; I began lo get properly run down ; I could not continue my work ; I tried remedies of every kind, but of no use ; in fact, I often wished myself dead. I was looking at a paper one day, and I saw bisurated magnesia recommended for indigestion and stomach troubles, so I thought I would try it. After ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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TERRIBLE RAILWAY COLLISION. MAIL AND GOODS TRAINS. FOURTEEN PERSONS KILLED. MANY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

TERRIBLE RAILWAY COLLISION. ' MAIL. AND GOODS TRAINS. I KOUKTEBN PERSONS KILLED, MANT INJURED. A terrible railway disaster, involving llic loss of fourteen lives and injury to 30 passengers, occurred at Exeter, N cw South Wales, on the main Southern line, shortly before midnight 011 Friday. The mail train to Tcmora, which left Sydney at S.io o'clock, crashed into the engine of a goods train bound to Sydney from Junee, which had pulled out from the mam line, the loeomotive standing across the points before being shunted on to the loop liuc. There was a fog at the time, and the signals were so obscured that the driver of the mail was not aware of the preseace ol the other train until he was about fifty yards from it, and too late to avert disaster. The trains met with a terrific crash. The first carriage of the passenger train following the mail van was lifted bodily from the rails, and went through almost the entire length of the carriage behind it, with a hide ous roar aud smashing ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING NEWS. CRESWICK QUARTZ G.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

MINING NEWS. :i'. — CRKSWICK QUART/. GM. CO. At the above; company's mine: at Nuggetty Gully, operations are being continued in rising east of the main jump-tip, on tin: indicator, and are now in a body ol Hone. The main diive is being continued north on the indica'.or, in a (air rnahe of stone. Al the local Government battery a parcel of ;6_tons of stone is now being put tlnough, and it is expected I thai a clean-up will lake place on | Wednesday (to -morrow). South llerry.—■ | cutting as usual. Blocking and cross

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF REGHABITES. The annual meeting of the Inde pendent Order of Rechabites was held last week at Ballarat. The public events in conncction with the event began on Sunday, when a large number ol the liallarat pulpits were occupied by prominent members of the Order, The report submitted to the Annual Conference referred to ihe fact that 50 years ago tile third annual meeting was held in Ballarat, when sixteen Tents j were represented, with a total member ship of .jS5. The Tents now, adult I and junior, total nearly 500. The total benefit members, including 3G7 in arrears, are no"; i.X, 123, medical benefit and honorary bSrj.i, und junior members 721;, making the total strength in Victoria 32,;<jc). The funds increased by £17,051 during the year, making the total ^"32S,i;yo. 1 he total increase ol membership in all classes, 10-7, is a lecord achieve ment lor the Order in Victoria. Plans for the establishment ol the Young Australia Temperance League had been ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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THE TRIUMPH OF MARGARINE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

THE TRIUMPH OF MARGARINE. The seriousness to tho colonial far iiior oi tho increasing substitution oi margarine for butter is made clour in a letter from Mr H. Campbell Jo lies, in "The Times," Mr Jones emphasis es tlie success ot the manufacturers in eliminating tho distinctive tasto oi margarine. Unly yesterday, margar ine was regarded ua an unpleasant art iolo of diet, eaten only by tho poor. It was pleasant, neither to tho palate nor tho eye. But tlio chemist* in the employ ot tho manufacturer has work ed so skilfully that to-day oven ex perts were deceived. Tho average man will assert confidently that ho cannot eat margarine, uud that it could not be paluied oil on him, but it is quite probable that he eats it. Ircquently, without recoguisiug it. An Australian butter expert who recently visited a margarine faotory was astonished to lind that the product ol animal fats and eocoaiiut was not at ail unpleasant, aud that even his skill in sampling but ter could not detect it from g...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1858, TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

THE CRESWICK ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1U5B, Tui.sjjay, m.ii.cn 17, iyi.| The electoral canvass by the policc for the Creswick division of the Allan dale electorate has licui completed. The prcseut list contains the names of nj2C> voters, but the new list will be composed of 1S41; voter?, a reduction of 77 names. On the fourth page of this issue will be found a short story, " Jepson's Luck, " also " Melbourne Letter, " "Of Rural Interest, " and other articles. The Hiampied St. Patrick's Day Sports take place to-day (Tuesday), in Messrs Boyd. Bros.' paddock, and should prove a very enjoyable and successful outing. Mr Schonell's cab will leave his stables, Creswick, at [ 2 30 o'clock, for the races. Owiug lo other appointments Mr frank Beaurepaire, oiganiser ol swimming for the Education depatl uient, could not visit Creswick in respouse lo the request of the local school committees to advise them as to devising safe bathing facilities lor Ititi school children of the district. Howeve...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

PROPERTY SALES. ill ■ Messrs John T. .Sloan and Coy, submitted to public auction at Smca ton, on Thursday last, 165 acres ol farm and grazing land on the Ti-Trec road, on behalf of Mr Wm. K. Upton. Uuyers did not seem too keen to purchase, and it was withdrawn fcr private sale. Negotiations are now in progress, and it is expected an early iale will be effected. Messrs John T. Sloanand Coy. con ducted an important clearance sale at l'owiett Mill, 011 Friday last, on behalf of the official trustee of the estate of William Morris (insolvent), w hen I here was a very large attendance, and com plete clearance of every lot was made at very satisfactory prices. I district gr.izieis, encouraged by the recent light autmim rain, competed keenly for 1;; head of milch cows, 7 head realising _£,| to £.\ 1 1/, or an avetage £\ <>/'; .1 head £3 1/ to £3 13/, an average of C3 f>/; 1 aged, at £? K/; 3 Wjed, / j 0/ to £1 16/, au average of £i lo/. A gelding icalised £.^^ i"/, and the...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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STRANGE JEWEL ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

STRANGE JEWEL ROBBERY. A lew weeks ago curious liens was received in Paris irom Nantes to tlio effect that a daring jewel robbery bad Uvcti commuted there to the detriment 01 u travelling agent, whose box ol jewels wa* mysteriously removed, and another, tilled with soap, put in its piaoo. The agent, M. Monnot, had come from Besancou with a box full ot jewels :u:d a valisa. As lie had to visit a number of jewellers in tho town, ho called onono of them, .who was till then his best customer, a cer tain Al. Plazollesj and as his box was too heavy to move about easily, ho asked the jeweller to keep it for him as well as tho valise. On tho following day, according to M. Plazolles, a messenger camo and told iiiui that ho had orders to lake tho box and tho valise to tire railway station. Tho jeweller stated that ho gave up tho articles, but tsoon after wards lie alleged he had doubts, and telephoned to M. Monnot, telling him what had happened. M. Mounot was surprised, and said that ho had n...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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SPORTING NOTES. Racing. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

SPUHT1N0 MOTES. Racing. J'lit; Cruiiwiclt Tut I Cliil) mcl al the American hotel on Saturday evening, Mr T. M. Haines (pruaidtiiil) in the chair, and there was a large attend ance ul luem'oei:,. The secretary re ported that splendid entiies had lieeti received fur the races on Saturday next. The committee appointed to supervise improvements at the course reported that everything was nosv com plete for carrying out the meeting. The club was notified that the special train would leave Creswick at i p.tn,, anil the ordinary at 1.30 p.m. Both trains will stop at the course, and will leave tin return at (> p.tn. The handi caps declared for the several events arc as follows:— Trim. Handicac. i'ive furlongs. St. 11). I,;uly Watrack <) 0 Kusepink 8 11 Mucunia 8 8 Kihmiir S 3 Volvo S 4 Lillimuir 8 1 l'enrllishcr 7 10 Flying Spray 7 7 I'rophettc ... 7 (> llobinite 7 3 F. T V 3 ■ Marble Bar 7 0 Black llill ... 7 0 Howl-along 7 0 Ckimwick IIandicai One mile. st. lb. White Water...

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BOMB OUTRAGE BOMB SENT FROM SYDNEY. EXPLODES IN HANDS OF CLOSER SETTLEMENT OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

BOMB OUTRAGE BOMB SENT FROM SYDNEY. KXTLODES IN HANDS OF CLOSER SETTLEMENT OFFICER. The offices of t he Victorian Lands Purchase and Closer Settlement Board, which arc situated in a buildir.g iu the Treasury Gardens, were the scene of an extraordinary bomb out rage yesterday morning. Though three persons were injured, the fact that no lives were lost is, under the circumstances, extraordinary. At cj 20 yesterday morning Captain lenkius, who is secretary to the board, came into the room of Mr S. Jl. Lee, who is head of the Closer Settlement branch. "Here is a present for you," he remarked, at the same time handing over to Mr Lee a small box. It was a very inuocent lookiog box, made of wood, and covered' with a picce of cardboard. It was about six inches long, by four inches wide, and was about three quarters of an inch deep. Mr Lee's name and address were printed on it in rubber type. The box was posU'd iu Sydney on Satur day, March 14 th, and the postage consisted of three twopenny ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEMAND FOR FRUIT IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

DEMAND FOR FRUIT. IN EUROPE. Professor Wiokson, of tho Univoraity oi California, who lias recently returnod :'r -in an olueial vu/il to tlio Old World J;» llielo IS IIo hope of tho old coun tric-o cvi. i' producing suliioient fruifc for their own requirements. Coming from an irresponsible writer, tuch a statement might bo regarded as ex travagant, but tho reputation of Pro le.-sor Wiekson as author of a standard work on fruit-growing and Editor oi tho Paeilio Rural Press ia too high for a statement of his to bo passed lightly by. In an editorial note, ho expres ses hi-, satislaction at finding on his return that tho iruit industry in his own siato i* still buoyant, and goes on to say:—"This impresses us all tho more after seeing how short tho old countries and tins country cast of tho rooky mountains aro 01 their needs in producing liuit locally and in tho liopo ul ever doing it. Wo did not boo t i n it enough to satisfy a mongoose in all our travels. If tlio critio Bays wo v.eio lo...

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Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

Bowling. I A team from Ctcswiek will procccd to Iiallarat East to-morrow to play the return match against the Victoria Ulub White's dra^ will leave the post ofiic.e at j 15 p.m. The follnwinu arc requested to he in readiness :—Messrs Bennett, Gushing, Coliey, lillif:, Harris, Rev. Harrison, Iliines, Johnson, Northcott, Oxley, 'J'ait, Richards, Wilmot, White and Winter.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

I.O.O.F. Tlic annual session of the above was held ill the Oddfellows' liall (Mel bourne) last week In his annual report the Grand 'Master (Bro. J. W. Robinson! staled the year »had been one of piogiess—fraternally, financially and numerically. The ImI.iucc-sheet of the Grand Lodge Management Fund showed a very satisfactory state ol allairs. Two years ago this fund showed u deficiency of jCjyo 17/6. This year it showed a surplus of /331 2/5. The benefit lunds of the Order now amount to _£2o6,.(2G—an iucrcasc of J~<)02(> for the year. Sick pay to the extent of 15/3 had been paid during the year, a decrease of .£1027 as compared with the previous term, in face of an increased membership. The sum of X 12.14 5/ was paid to 125 members claiming sick pay during the pleasure of the lodge. I The number of members in the Order throughout the world at the end of 11) 12, including Rebekah and male, was 2,121,921, with invested funds amounting to ^ 1235,39-1, the total relief paid...

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CRESWICK v. LEARMONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

CKHSWICK t. l.liARMOMTlI. The third match fur lilt; scasuu between teams I'cpi'cv-ntiu;; tjse above clubs took place oil Saturday afternoon last, on Crcswick's green. On the occasiou of the lirst match, oa the local green, l.carmontli were defeated by more than two to one, but on their uwi; «»eeij they were victorious Ily the narrow of lour points. Last Saturday':; match cuiiiplcied the rubber, and CrcswicU won j»ain tjy over two to one, the scores being 1-2 to :'6. Whilst the lmmc team were fully and strongly icpreseutcd, the visitors wciu one short, but a i;oud substitute ivui provided. 'l'hose in charge of the locai rinks :veie Mr White, Dr Sleeman aud Mr Winter, who « cre opposed by fours' captained by Messis Ryan, Ruin and liaber respectively. At the end of the ptay Creswicic vver;: ahead ill each rink—by 16, i'4, and 2i>— aud v,un the match by GO points. The toast of the visitors was proposed by Mr A. U. Grose, and the visiting pre:id"!,'t (Mr J. Doolan) responded. 1' lie s...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY ,L A uiecLing of tlic coniuiiltcc of llic Suiealon Agricultural Society was held on Wednesday last at Kingston, when there were present :—Messrs A. McKcnziu (president), Cushing, Warner, Slatlery, Sewdl, Yelland, and C, C. Phillips (secretary.) Apologies lor tiou attendance were received from Messrs C. Mcl'herson and K. Whatnioie, coui;lspunu1'.nck. A communication was received re garding a duty of id. per lb. on all shecpskius exported, and also one re ferring to an import duly uu super phosphates. Regarding the latter, it was decidcd, on the motion ol Messrs Cushing and •Sl.uteiy, the society protest against such an imposition on rural industry. A letter was received Iroiu the Kerang Agricultural Society, regarding the valuation of land, and it was resolved that nc action lie taken. Mr W. Russ wrote, expiessiug Ins appieciation of the good work shown in the luyaacking competition, and ol its efleet on the general character of the work in the district. 1 INANCt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

A bracing, yr*~ « tonic beverage.

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Werona. PLOUGHING OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

Werona. PLOUGHING OPERATIONS. Notwithstanding the hot dry weather aud consequent hard condition of the land, ploughing is being pushed on in this part, as some of the farmers are expecting an early winter, and are thus anxious to get the seed in while the weather remains favorable. LIVE STOCK. Live stock arc iu fair condition, aud j good prices are being obtained at the I local sales. OBITUARY. j Mrs Picketing, rclict of the !atc Louis Pickering, a very old and highly respected resident, passed away | recently, at the advanced age of 83 years. For sooic time past the de~ ceased lady had been in very iudiffer | cut health, s\> that the end was not unexpected. The remains were interred in the Wcrona ccuietery. The coffin bearers were Messrs Geo., Win., Frank and II. W. Pickering (sous), A. Smith, and I. Lioustead (sons-in-law) of deceased. The Rev J. R. Hill officiated at the graveside. SCARCITY OF WATER. Water is becoming scarce in parts ol she district. The Deep Creek has been dr...

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A FRENCHMAN'S IDEA OF GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

A riUOXC'U.MAiVS 1DKA 01'' tiUM'. ! "Hut your gaiiio of goh I Oh, '»*.■>! j i know him. You put on tho 'uui'1 I rod, so i'vU a;s the ln^leo.-Ji rosbil' under I ni'jitli done. You strap your Nick U j Lm.'IkIimI-Ih'JuI slicks on the back of a boy | nvicv .so Miutll as lho bag. Uo hcrnpo I a mud pudding lo make balance ! I otlo white ball, llo make thrco bad | trios to lialanco him, then \ery nucfy | you call loud, 4l'\)ur I' Then you what [ you call addles tho b;Ul, and, ma foil ■ \our address sometimes is of laugmi&o lo inak«' afraid. You strike, and tho bait tind himself in tho bonkairo. You call loud for tho iiibelungeu .stick, aud beat iho dust till your partner say/lio, ehuokitl' You .say But, uiy iricnd» I excuse myself to repeat who you .say . Ah, my friend, you arc a great nation, but your golf gnino gives uio what you Jngleesh call zo huIIlp.,, Any number of women <lyo for lovo. It i-. queer thai- a "^ood follow" of ten has many bad habits. Job is said t...

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