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Mawson's Wireless Operator. BECOMES INSANE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

il'WWWCTBWIl Mawson's Wireless I Operator. IIKC.OMKS INSANR. Sydney JoftVycn, a,",(id 2.1 ;'nni5' •) man of pl^n^nnt nppnarancr, was focinn wandering about Mok.'pilly Creek, near Staweil, on Thursday by Con stable Crnm'11, wlin brought liim into Staweil. llr appeared before Messrs nnd I*'. !•". Simmond';, J rT-1 -• nn Kriday ni'.riiiiig. Drs AHken and For,ham rrrli'ied ai to til" man s :-i«. ! <1 ■■■■>? formally couniiuu'1 to Ararat Hospital for tin I ri^mi'*. J, (Tiyc. !ia<l liccn wandering about lor at least nix days, ami liatl been without food. 1te was (ouii'.l ill a very fxlmir,led condition am! told an extra ordinaiy slory. When interviewed he staled lid was lilt: wireless telegraph operator attarhed to Dr Mawsons ex pedition to the Antarctic, and that Dr Mawson bad hypnotised bini several limes and bad threatened liini. Jeff ryrs bad 22 ':.(>ven:i'.',nr. iu bin pocket. Interviewed on Friday evening, Dr Mawson expressed his deep regret to learn tbat...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

VICTORIA INSURANCE COV. LTK. Market Street, Melbourne. ChaiTnan—Hon. Edward Miller, Fire, Mnrine, Accident, Live Stork, anil Guarmite liixiiviim'f liilninei" Conducted. JAMES.I 11AVKit TV, Secrclnry, Agent: W. P. NnrJiicoit. SK EL1.1NG OFF ! SELLING OFF 1 W. L E A & M, Who ia retiring from business, lias :i few , HIGH-CLASS HIJGGIKS AN1) .! IN K ERS FOR IS At I. n At Much Lower Kates than usual. ALL ACCOUNTS to lii' si"Itied tip during tin' mnnlh. T. FISH C H E S W I 0 K . GENERAL CARRIER# FORWARD 7NG AGENT FDR HROADRENT BROS. ft CO. WOOD AND GOAL MERCHANT. FURNITURE REMOVED. ,1c., &c. J. MARKS, The Easy Term*? furnisher. J. MARKS, The Easy Terms Furnisher. UNDER our Liberal System of "Pay as Yon Earn," any honest manor woman can have as milch Furniture as tbey want. We have just opened a complete Assortment uf Household Furniture anil Furnishings. Our table of easy terms :i:< tollnv.':'.: - £3 Worth of Furniture, 1/ Weekly. £5 Worth of Furniture, Weekly. ...

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

H ■ W B B 16 . 'ji * V ^TTZtof)' • 4 You are Cordially Invited to Inspect — Our -- OPENING SHOW - OF NEW SEASON'S NOVELTIES - ON - 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. GRESWIGK. ■ M mm* mmxmmmxm a * INTERESTING ITEMS _iJ1 A Crying Baby at a Publio, Meeting is like a Good Suggestion. It ought to be carried out. Our Suggestion lh;tl you conic unci insjicct our immense assortment o( Fanoy Goods, Toys. Books, &o. Ought to be proof positive that wc are out after your trade, and by a com bination of Big Yalues and Low Prices Carried out faithfully by u:;, we hope lu gain your patronage. Guess these are Right! \Vritiiig Xablels, 50 Sheets, bank note paper, 3d Writing Tablets, 100 Sheets, bank note paper, Od Pretty Bedroom Clocks, 3s and 3s 6d Lovely Radiant Glassware Dishes, is nd Novelties in Handkerchief and Gloves Boxes at 1/6 each Si...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

Mr R. M. Jennings has been ap pointed general secretary of I he People's Liberal Party, in the pbco of Mr William Wilson, wlui has resigned after four years' loyal service. Or Sheldon's (iin Pills, Or. Sheldon's Digestive Tabulcs, Dr. Sheldon's Mag netic Liniment. and I Jr. Sheldon's New Discovery tor Coughs imd Colds are on sale and guaranteed by J. Tait Son, John Cassell, Featherstone Itros., S. C. Hawkey, and Kvn it Co. (chemist) Creswiek: .1. Merritt & Son, and W. Cariies & Son, North Creswick; A. Wilson, P. Northcotl, K. .Inlian, K. Mizzeni, Smeaton. Since the Iir-^idiiin;; of this year over i loo i in migrant *, have arrived in Vic toria. nit. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TABULKS Pave the way to Success P.y Riving you A ('.nod Stomach Ami a Cheerful Disposition. They digest what von eat. Obtainable at.-see" list. An outbreak of diphtheria inTunpa niali has neres'-itnted the closing clown oi the local State school for three months. DESi'KUATH SllOOTINC, Pains in the Ches...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER \ (From Our Spocul (Jorrosp: nclont) Wlit» .shall longer contend that wt>- | men should not have a *4n>' in tho mak ing of Jaws, and generally regulating matters pertaining to tho public wealf Tho fourteenth annual conforoneo of the Australasian Women'c Association lias shown, them capablo of talcing very sauo views of questions that arc in the forefront of progressive measures for tho betterment of pooplo and institu tions. lilugcuica, thtm which there is nothing moro important among tho ' developments of modern striving for i groat or efficiency was handled in a commondnbly common aenso manner. Tho need for a wider knowledge of tho ra vagal of ft disease which is respon sible for tho condition of 75 per cent, ot tho inmates of Victorian asyhuns, and which in other respects contributes to an immeasurable extent to tho mis ery and unfitness of humanity, was re cognised by theso ladies. And thero wore many other similar matters dis cussed, and tho discussions d...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ullina. THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

Ufliita. THli WliAl'IlER. The dry spell ul weather that has been experienced here lately termina ted last Thursday niylit, when after a few lliunduistonns m the allernoou, steady lain set in and continued until ■]2 point:; were K'gistered. Whilst a much heavier fall would have been welcome, householders arc now as sured of a plentiful supply of water for domestic purposes lor some time to come, but it will lake a great deal more to put any appreciable quantity in the dams, owing to the ground being in such a parched condition. I'f.OUGniNO OPERATIONS. Ploughing is going oil apacu, and a good area will be ready for seeding purposed when the weather permits. NARROW KSCAPli. Wli.it illicit have proved to be a serious accident happened to one of our lady residents bete recently. She was driving to Climes ivilh a spirited hur.ie, when the animal took fright on a bridge, which readied in her being dis'odged from her .'ieat and severely slukei). I lowever, she is now almost completely recev...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIKE THE STARS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

1,1 UK 'I'll 10 H'I'AltS. ;l.. li'ith jiro lilin slurs, pushed tint I >vo smitten youth," hi an outburst of joyous duli^hl. Ami wlicii tln\v were married, ho found 'twas tho truth, Likf the .stars, they ciuno out ovorv night.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SULPHUR AS A FERTILISER. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

SULF'hUH AS A FERTILISER. K\pci uneuU cairud out both in lie:'- 1 many and in tranc*.- contirin receut re- I puiua-, lo 111o action oi uow- | vis oi .-.uiphur upon tho .-oil. In the » (i' t i .n wiai.i a Urcosuiy oi LHJ lh per ..a., m icbniuiY, a i,liori ujijo Ik11ii<- the clop., vvuv miu'u, had a hciioJicial « liect upon biii'Ky aiul i„\e. the n\ al»\i poition* oi liij crop> wcie .-aron^er, a:iu had a brighter co lor than the untreated; uui no account, < i the diiieivmx- in \ »cld i.s j^iveil. The Kn ;ioh < xpenmenU nore intended 10 throw ii^ht upon the cau^o of the ler uiisin^ actum oi sulphur. Tho cans;' h.i:> lu'i'ii >aid lu bo tho destruction ol injurious bacteria in tho soil, and tho conclusion ol I ho investigators ajjiw:;* ihiii tm.s i> partly l-lie cuso. lfut it. is roneIud« (1 ;tlx> that tho chemical action oi tho sulphur has .some eil'cut. Sul phuric acid is uduahy loriuul, and tins m.i uitiv ,-aiphes sulphur to tho plants, ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"YOUR FLOUR OR YOUR LIFE!" BARGAIN AT PISTOL'S POINT. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

"YOUR FLOUR OR YOUR LIFE!" IIAlUi.M.N AT I'ISTOI,\S POINT. . 1\. eli i.-y e( 1 and aii. ?rt, tiierc lives at Kew {w 1 it-. l he Me Ibourno corre.spon dent ol ill" ' 'oun 'j a n old man verging on DO, \ vno spends hi day;-, tending his lloW'T g aid. »mi. Jle is ono oi tho sturdy pioneer ; ■> ol • Victoria beginning, and lei Li i.u .ele bting stoi riea oi tho t.imo W 11- 11 til o le Hliuiat ton , oi the State were being la id. lli.> WJ is one ot tho ol<i country la: iuii:;*> ol iOngland, vvho:.e tortune, wl lile never largo, <lu imbed down to a 1 on llious.i mds in tho time ot his lain •T. 1 nni'-.,ur • pi«iudicc;. a.iide, , j decided i" u work hard in a n«-w com i tr \ •, and ma! ve his own fortune, iiiM.-ad ol * living in comparative idle no, at h. inic. \\ nh itis u ii'e and Cllli.M. n Iimi.m- in .s..etioiiM ready lor erection • MI an i v a I, and a .sloci; ol iwnnt;ii<\ lie boaiuud tin; Canton in to voyage U) Adelaide where lie had already...

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Kingston. FIREMEN AT BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

Kingston. I'lKEMEN AT UENDIGO. Representatives of the Kingston Kire Brigade were amongst the number who journeyed to lJendiuo in the special train 011 Tuesday morning last Al though they were not successful in any of the events, they easily established a record from the fact that of the nine members of the team seven of them arc blessed with the good old Coruish name of Rickard.

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Campbelltown. WATER SCARCE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

Gnmpbelltowii. WATER SCARCli. Wo are having very dry and warm weather. Water is very scarce, and horses and cattle have to nalk miles to get a drink owing to so much of the creek having been fenced off. They have to (jo round so many lanes before they can get to the water, and they arc getting low in coudition through so much travelling. SAUJ OK FARMS. Several farms have changed hands in this district lately. Tanks are getting very low, and it will be serious i( more raiu dues not come scon. NIiW CHURCH. The I'resbyteriati Church is now bjing built, and its completion is ex pected shortly.

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Rocky Lead. HOSPITAL BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

Rockv Lead. HOSTITAL liKNEFIT, A concert and bull in aid uf the Creiiwiek District 1 lanital will be held licie on J71I1 insl. First cl.iss talent lias been secured for the concert, and strenuous cflorts are beiiij; made to ensure success.

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Mollongghip. SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

Mallongghip. school co.MMirriiii. The meeting of parents for Domi nation uf a sehoil committee for the furthcoming three years was held in the school recently. A hearty vote of thanks to the retiring committee for the active, interest which had been taken in everything connected with the school (hiring the last three years was conveyed to the retiring member.;. The following committee was elected: —President, J. J. O'Keefe; secretary and treasurer, R. Johnston; other members, j. T. Maeklin, W. Clark, C. Maeklin, Mesdames lJimond and Taylor. KAINI'AU, AND l'<i'I'ATCI CKOl'. The rainfall) for month to date has been ,)•/ points. Notwithstanding the l'jng spell of dry weather, the potato crops in many places in the district lo ik well on the surface, drubs ar;, how ever, making their appearance in some parts.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TAXATION—THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

TAXATION—THE ROOT Oi ALL EVII,. To Uio Kdilor. Sir,—lu many country districts we find five land values for many of the holdings, viz, what thn owner would sell it for, the Federal valuation, the State valuation, the municipal valua tion, and the valuation for probate duty. Just now there is " scetliin" discontent " because a land valuer has put on his valuation, the sixth and last, and the one that broke the camel's back. Judging by all the nice, gentle manly remarks that are being made about liuu, I am beginning to think that his valuation is more than equal to the total of all the others. At least I I gather that he has been putting on what the farmers consider an excessive valuation, but for the life d cm not help wondering what those same men would Imvc said if his valuation . " 0112 l)"artl-,r of what it is Without even running the risk of being called a close relative of Ananias I am going to calmly state tint if he had done so the valuer would have beui the best man in the wo...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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JEPSON'S LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

JEPSON'S LUCK. (By Edward Mapli-ll.in in " Il:irporV lh\7.inr.") 'J'lio .stago v.uiu; u» a Muldcn op ; Lin runaway loam Ini»K » loo**.-; Hie drivoi hbol thioiigli tho air, and landing on a lull ot s;ut *uvid UU mck. Hut .k'Paon k'U mo box-^at as ii propelled by a muio .s Uiuk, ami, mUmg headlong, ilioiocaUd a -JxoiiUU'i•, luukc a uiibi, and among uth» r minor injuries, twiMi-u um iouL. Ju.ia iiku lay wJit-ro tho* had iallrn, and tno moidotrnpoin drenched them through and through. TJio lightning Juu' mmo tho jni:>cin.:i iuht. as they wore cM'»mg the >k-m « • {„-„lgo over fcj.il..>"»i li'v-. II"' ms weio 1'i'vj.Ii, naung Keen euanpd •" Fori Jones, .•■mi v\ a. 11 tiki ligainint; Hashed, follow,d ,m nn ai,;.ini by u„ orack ol doom, they p.im^ctl iou\.ir,i. After thai there was nothing lor Uie t,\u men ,111 the !h>.\ >«:,iti but to ^11 Llrul utui U'/l'O iur the • l'Iio Cursun br,niters, sittuik!. up late, heard the thundering hoois above llH' storm ;iii,l mussed Uie rattli...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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DISTRICT NEWS. Allendale. CONSTABLE'S PROMOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. ! (from Our Corrnpondeal"-) Allcntlaie. CONS r A HUE'S PROMOTION. The promotion of S'lt'iini - Constable Gardiner has given much satisfaction to In:; wide circle of friends, and it is well merited, though bis transfer to Melbourne is sincerely regretted, llis residence here lias extended over 26 years, and be has proved, outside of his official duties, a good and public spirited citizen. The excellent recoid lie enjoys in the police service qualifies him to occupy any responsible posi. (ion, for his perfect knowledge 0/ constabulary duly, supreme tact, and urbane manner has induccd such personal influence that any tendency to crime or misbehaviour was promptly checked without any oppressive or arbitrary measure:;. The supervision he exercised over the rolls for the State electorate of Allendale in his capacity as roll inspector was responsible for the perfect condition they have always reputed to have been in, lor be exer cised every exertion to enrol qualified voters...

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

Announoomonta T>LAmPIED SPORTS.— SCHO O NELL'S CAM will leave Stables at 12.:!0 o'clock TO-DAY (Tuesday), for tlic Blampied Races. PEOPLE'S PARTY. CUES WICK BRANCH. \ MEETING of the above- will be ./V held at Mr Nevett's roomB, I Albert Street, on WEDNESDAY (To morrow) EVENING, atij o'clock. Business—Important. Full attendance of members requested. T. A. WILSON, Secretary. LOYAL SPRING HILL LODGE, l.O.O.F. THE Fortnightly MEETING will L be held in the Rechabite Hall on THURSDAY EVENING. March iOth, at 7.30 o'clock sharp. IIY. BOWLEY, Secretary. ^LLENDALE DRAMATIC HALL. SCHOOL CONCERT On FRIDAY, MAUC1I 20T11, In Aid of the School Equipment. Programme, consisting of the Can tata, "THE WHITE GARLAND." will be given by the School Children. Tickets, is. CRESWJCK TURF CLUB. Races! Races! Races! SATURDAY, fflARCH 21, 1914. ON the Prettily Situated Course at Cattle Station Hill, about Four Miles from Creswick. SPLENDID ENTRIES. SPLENDID ENTRIES. SIX EVENT'S. TRIAL HANDICAP, of £10. NOVEL...

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

I OBITUARY. - i Tilt; death of Mr Andrew Kq;jl/ occurred at Kucliy I .cad on the morn ing of ititli inat. Deceased, who resided ;'t Rocky I.ead for over 5a years, was; a well known c.irlcr end a nioneer. i le was a native <>! Switzer Ui:»i V91 /.i yiais of Hfin;; "'m1, (.uciil n^ltired, Inmior of a dice. "nl ve.'y ;:trai|;hl otis deposition, .. "" a bh-uI foiwaid in l;u;ine.\ he w,,„ ' favorite with both yumm and old, ami his death will he keenly felt by a latere ' circle of Iriends. lie leave:; a widow ' and urown-iip family of four sons and four daughters alive, and thre: sons have predeceased hint. lie was a | devoted husband and loving father. , Ill's remains will lie interred in tfie j Mount Prospect ceineteiy to-morrow (Wednesday), the fnncrr.l leaving his late residence, Rocky Lead, at i . o'tlud; [i.in,

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

HKKOKS. siK-iit lit t lo Willi r«•;»<! Ituin ()io memorial )'p>n/,.<. "I*a, uli.it an- sil-nt h<'nn'.s?" ' Man-in! iiirii," .sai<l pa.

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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A POTTERY FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 17 March 1914

A POTTERY FAIR. AI tho present time, Germany is far ahead of England in tho matter of ad vertising pottery manufactures. Buy ers from all parts of tho world, ami. especially from the United States, ro pair every year to the great pottery, exhibition at the Leipzig J/uir, and each of these annual'fairs, it is estimated, leads to tho salo of a million and a half pounds worth of German ware. German exports of pottery to the Uni ted States arc at tho prcsont^ time double thoso from Groat Uritain. But signs are not • lacking that English manufacturers are waking up to their behind-hand methods, aud tho North Staffordshire potteries liavo so far roal ised tho riiJuo of such o^chibtiions as tho Leipzig l'air, as to umugurato aa annual fair of llritish pottery and glass manufactures, tho first to bo held at Stoke, next mouth.. Tho.Stafford shire manufacturers maintain that since tho days of Wedgwood, their pot tery has been as good as,' if not bettor than, any in the tvorJd. They main tain ...

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