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FRIENDLY BENEFIT SOCIETIES. MANCHESTER UNITY ODDFELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

FRIENDLY B2MEFIT SOCIETIES, MANCHESTER UNITY ODD FELLOWS. Both financially and numerically the Manchester Unity Independent Order of Oddfellows has improved its position. This was disclosed on Tuesday, when the annual confcrence was opened at Geelong, liru. Joseph Smith, Grand Master, presiding. The Grand Master, in delivering the annual address, said that the work cf the Order had heen carried on with sustained interest. The total number of members on 31st December last was 21) C2S, an increase of 714 for the year Receipts amounted to ,£14793*. cx" penditurc to £ 118.82S, leaving a credit oft'jy,K'4 The gross total value of the funds of the Order was £673.209, an increase for the year ol £28,49*1. He regretted that the number of new me.nbers for the year was only 714 The time had arrived for the publica tion of an Oddfellows' Magazine. Social insurance had interested the officers and directors. The Order had always been willing to discus3 mattcis of mutual interest with its own mcd...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

i. f S V>,ij ' The Perfection of Rtndy Tailored Clothes . . . m 1733 / J H.I qm&4 "££qJ> This ;• fined! he of All Clothing of Blue Suit# for 45/-. It givoi you an extra fjood, *11 wool, Blue 1 ei fina appearance, colour-fnft and lon<? up with all that perfection of styl which you would cxpect only at a In fit, a carefully 'eroded *ystcxn of faction to men of all figursc. Value©—the rill Worsted annp, mado -.d v.orkmanahip uch higher coat. . l-A "A cs ensures iwtia Fox No. 4. Sen g© Suite to V/oir) Suits, Size 3 to 7 H&/G L-.rt:-;—',!:2'G Troucera 3 !=. ■/ 13/9 UrE.-i—1G/ PHOENIX 347-0 Kir>3 St ~MNG N;olly>u>rno («??• Has»UH Gar&m) LIVE STOCK IRAN* ALL CLASSICS OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOAUNG RISKS— COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL ant) DEATH FROM ANV CAUSE THRU 10 AFTKR. .fATKS LOWEST CUKI.'KN'T. CLAIMS PROMPTLY ['aid ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED A I'I'LV TO — DALGETY © CO., LTD.. MELBOURNE. HARTLEY...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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EFFECTIVE SHEEP DIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

EFFECTIVE SHEEP DIPPING. 'I'll" chief inspector ol stuck in Smith Australia points uut that "there is abundant proo! that only pui-omm ■ powder dips elUrtaally (U'^Uos vermin. :it(i 1 «x.i\-*' a ivasuiiahle pcriutl i)l prolix* - t-ton iruin iv-iiilVrli'Mi. It is the boast, ot many that ihry i:av put lar^>> num ber* ol sheep through lilt- dipping baths at. a rapid rate. Kuril a method ol dipping must he condemned as uasi-ful ami inoilVtive, because >hrep dipped in thi> manner soon In-come reinfected. Owners must abandon the httny-skmry ihnil, and *>eo that .sheep ar.< ^oak-rd lor nut less than our minute. \!l nuisr realise that e-arbolie dipping Muid< will not d'Mroy 1 or ailord any laslne; pi oteet ion a^innst re-infect ion. Tin1 antiual lo-s to owners who have neg lected to keep their Hoclts clean ha.i A Mil.ut t ri | •i'»" ill'1 SiKilli'-rn (>i,c:ia w;i> iiin11 •' l.v the C"iiran ^li-ainrr 11 ;iinMi, u liirli a i \ '.! in M r linn' r n»' ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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CASTLES IN SPAIN ACTRESS'S WINDFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

CASTLES IN SPAIN ACTltESS'S WINDFALL. , Stranger than fiction aro the circum stances under which a Bristol actress wilt shortly come iuto possession of a castlo in Spain and a quarter of a mil lion. Tlio lucky, lady is Mrs. Ellaliuo Muriel Parnall, who is now living at Bristol with her husband, Mr. t'runk Gordon Parnall, an engineers' draughts man. Mrs. Parnall, who is about 22, is a daughter of the lato Cointe do Mario, a Spanish nobleman. Her mother was au English actress. A boy and girl were horn to the coupJo, and ! and while the boy was in the custody | of the father tho girl remained with her I mother. The girl was educated in franco, but roturned to England, be* cunio a musical comedy actress, and later married. . Airs." Paniall has uever seen her father, and untiPa year ago was uuawarc of her relationship to him. At ills death tho estate was left to liis only son, her brother, who met with a tragic death in Spain in No vember last at the ago of 2-1. Ho died intestate, so tha...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL ISSUES. COST OF COMMONWEALTH DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

FEDERAL I3S5JES. COST OK C'OMMONWKAI.TII nm-iNiw. "When a "Minn lak,"> ^ '7S,'°,f ."C""'1 s«ASyrr?3 that pace >n V ' L s-^snsasrt: ^^'SBPiSSfS of the Victorian iuuiiai) '■ . . K' SNodou"rt " en«c""M r'ifitU; £«««73& I tint ihr rxpencnnoo nt (*rC;u . \ £ Sol, Africa, ««»» R«™ ' UlTiip.i'le with Japan, have shown ■ a ,h/,omp«.iv"lv f™ rin do in l»t ■ : Uhon thVy an-,Mdiers 10 .no -wcl. h°-rher<! is, however, another side to the question, mm vvli.rli "'"l'?0' .'A Senator Milieu nn Monday and b> M fonic nn Tnesdav. t w preparation Inrwar may secure for nr. the blrssinp,. ol h^ins P^; >'.«» lhn.^mfr £ Commonwealth is l»Ym» ior , initienlar policy is much heavier than " eyelid. Money has hee.j spent , .!v yet the renin,; )•<■« » i*P™«'; re o, army and n,vy wdt show an , rrease nJ a million and a half. Senator Millen hold-, that,heavy as the 'drain is the A«';lr:lll:l taxpaV" ■'■ny cheerfully," if ""ly l"; ,c,:h lhf i.(. ;:1/ nl pood value for ever...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

VICTORIA ihsubanoe COY. LTD. Market Street, Melbourne. Chalman—Hon. Edward Millor. Fire, Marino, Accident, Live Stock, and Guaranto Insurance Buslncs Conducted. JAMES J ItAVEIlTY, Secretary. Agent:—W. P. Northcotl. gELLINC. OFF ! SE1.L1NC OFF 1 v;. lTa g h, Who is retiring from business, lias a few JIIGH-CLARS BUGGIES AND .(INKERS fob sale At Much Lower Kates than usual. ALL ACCOUNTS to be settled up during th« month. 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 ns much Furniture as they want We have just opened a complete Assortment of Household .Furniture and Furnishings. Our table of easy ttrms as follow? £3 Worth of Furniture. 1/ Weekly. £6 Worth of Furniture, 2/ Weekly. £8 Worth of Furniture, 2/6 Weekly. £10 Worth of Furniture, K'G Weekly. £16 Worth of Furniture, -1/ Weekly. £20 Worth of Furniture, !"> Weekly. £80 Worth of Furniture, 0 Weekly. £35 Worth of Furniture, 7 0...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

J: ij i in.Y DI i"l ,M?E II TOBF.TI )| < ii- i. MKi (U ' ill'. I <',IVi el WIAV Mr -.1-11 I /Mil) lit" C!.rWF.MTS TONIC LTD. "A3 a uui'f I luve seen rii':;v. ;i(j Tcni>' do <0 murti ga.vi saicn-^st my pctients, it ii my dniy to sluli! liicte facts. I Lave f.!V3cril>ed it often and in every i'ujl' ii looilies the patient, it [•ivi-'s re'rcslii::;; siri'p, Creoles a desire for food, a:,d IT ''F,I.r*;i Till: FOOD TO UlGIiST. The p.-.lienls Lccome bright and cheerful sftcr its use. As a hualtb restorer 1 r?.y Clements Tonic HAS NO EQUAL. (EiiSJ-l) NURSE LINNDEBF.RG." The u.:». j. 1 io:;kini'.. • r.tifiti C!(i..f<rr(2<*itiori.i! Misiiun C-liun It. l it/ioy, Mrll.ournc, wntf.'i: " 1 luifered from Ncrtom Projtra lion, Imoiouh, and Nervouj llctJ a:hci^ One Lottie of CLEMENT^ TONIC put me right, aod was worth its weight io fold." The»c are letiers Chat every man and wjrr.au jh'inlil read and act upon. Thi* lemcdy i» tL; •■tjiuljiiJ...

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The Ideal Women's Remedy. BENDIGO NURSE'S SATISFACTORY EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

The Ideal Women's Remedy. ■ 3: BENDIGO NURSE'S SATISFAC. TORY EXPERIENCE. Nurse M. J. YouHen, of 18 lliidRe slreet, Rendi^o, writer,:—" I found Or Morse's Indian Root Pill;; an excellent medicine for those about tn undergo that critical stnp.e of woman':', exist ence—tlie change of life. I found them most effective, and therefore re commend thorn. As a nurse of twenty 1 yew;1 experience at Rendip.o, 1 main* tain Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills are very useful as a medicine in accouche ment cases, and speak of them to 1 hose whom 1 come in contact with professionally. 1 cannot add more, but nay 1 recommend I)r Morse's Indian Root Pills, ln.*lievin^ them to stand unrivalled for the purposes named. Von may use this testimony." Thinuf.hoiil the many stages ol wo man's life, then* is no heller or milder remedy than Or Moire's Indian Root Pills. They promote reijulaiily, aid the digestion and assimilation of food, and keep the bowels, liver and kidmys in proper working nider. 'IV 'iilnnlion ...

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A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

A PLAIN EOAD TO FORTUNE. H«*v; Soino Sscurcd Success. "Eec.'Me a Patentee.*' I I. (Jultivato and perfect your ideas as to improvements uud inventions. Uxneriuient. Tlio world i.s oagor for >nii'.-iijin^ new, wiiioh, liowover yini plo it may bo, will suvo labor, or fx pen.->e, or do things bolter. Lot it bo iiiot-' convenient, or promote plwiMiro or :-.iiety, or do away with /nulls, or rediuo The poison who public auopwon ol audi au invention Us on tlio road to wealth. iio ce;u-u to bo u .servunt; ho becomes il proprietor. i'eoplo who handle things in every day u.-o are the natural uivenlor.s ot bettor things, and iho natural eapi i.in.sL-, ui to-morrow. 1.'. Study the .subji.ei ol p;tLeutinK* head i lie splendid advioe that Edison Learn the procedure as to pa tenting m the duel countries, — u<n Mjuiiro >our own iej^al monopoly • «'• your n;;ht> uy becoming a patentee. it. It that- workman or ioremau. or ,vour ingenious iriend ha;> produced a clever inventio...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

Rifle Shooting. A team of riflemen (rom the Mount Prospect Rifle Club made a trip to Ballarat on Saturday last, 14th inst., to fire a match with the Ballarat Rifle Club. The visitors were odc man liboit, aud ^omc of the best shots were absent. There was some fine shootiug on some of the ranges. The Mounts' men showed waut of practice, all the team excepting three not having lircd a shot for the last fuur months'. Taking everything into consideration they did well against a team that is always in practice, being defeated by 26 points only. The match was a three range one—,;oo, 500 and 600 yards—7 shots; u men, 10 to count. W. Cock, ol the Ballarat team, put. on top score for the day with 90 out ol 105, and Captain Jelfery scored 97. The visitors were entertained by the home club with dinner and tea. Scores:— Ballarat. yon. 500 fiuu Ttla. yds. yds. yds. W. Cock .. 32 33 33 98 G. Tonks 32 31 33 96 G. Cock 29 33 32 94 Adamthwaite ... 32 30 30 92 Capt Kargher... . 29 33 28 90 Watson . 30...

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LAST LAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

JjAS'J] J; AIX! 11. Ihonn: "Young Smart, 01 the (JuhM Il<ilt*l, has tfot llio lauj;li Luriunl a^aiiiM. him in his filth) joko a^aint Ww j l''iiv Instiraner' Company." j INtbin^an : "ITouh"' , Brmvn : "lh* irisiirnl fiw huudr>d n^nrs. smoked Uxrn, and (licit srnt in a claim on Iho ground 1 Iisit> th<'V wvr. dc-irovod hv firo," KoIhmmui : "Ami t Im y laughed al him, I sUppo-*'?'' Ilrmvn : "No; linn- hud him ancslrd on a ehai«v> of scltiuf; firo to hi.i own pj oi>crt y

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Racing. CRESWICK TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

Racing. CRESWICK TURF CLUB. The following are the amended handicaps (or the Trot, to be decided at the Creswick Turf Club's annual races to-morrow (Saturday):— I'ick up, scratch Balkie, i.to yds blid scratch Somerton, 1S0 yds bhd Oakwood, 300 yds bhd Salvalice, 340 yds bbd Mark, 3S0 yds bhd Butler, .130 yds bhd Valmond, .|6o yds bhd Jack Mack, .(So yds bhd I'arolcs Ilouor, 500 yds bhd

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FESTIVE PRISONER. DINNER WITH DETECTIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

FESTIVE PRISONER. D1NNJJ11 W1TJ1 JJKrJSCMVJSS. it was close on midnight when three festive gentlemen Jell . u fashionable restaurant iu Paris and stumbled into a. taxi. "Where to?" asked the chauf feur; and "Homo" answered the most' festive of tho trio. " But whore's homof insisted the cliauffeur. "Tho Saute," was tho reply • ho received. , Now/ tho Saute is - tho prison ot Paris. Tho chauffeur thought ho was j being made fun of, aud was preparing i to get angry, when ono of the trio— the soberest—produced his credentials ; as detective. To tho Sauto tho mys terious fares were carried, where the doors opened hospitably to receive thorn. The trio,Jt turned out, were simply a prisoner named Franehouime aud the two detectives apecially detailed for his supervision. And what, was *\l. i'Vaue homute doing out at that time, aud in I that state:' This is the quite unollionii explanation given. At. Krauchomino, 1 who was arrested aud imprisoned some time ago on a charge of tliei't on a larg...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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NEW WIRELESS WONDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

j NEW WIRELESS WONDERS. I , The "wireless compass" or direction ! tinder, marks almost us great a step forward in tlio new era ot navigation :u> tho discovery of the ordinary coin | pass did in tlio old. An oiUcial' at Jkiareoui Houso stated recently that I there were two ways iiv wbiuk the new invention would bo of great use. Sup* posing that a cargo ship hail broken down and was adrift in mid-ocean. li, owing to cloudy or foggy weather, sun, inoon, and stars had not been visible lor two or threo days, the captain would not know exactly where he was. Ho could not tell by wireless to any woiifd«bo rescuer precisely in wluon directiou to steam. But ,if a siup Jilted with a direction Under came along ihen sho would bo able to. iind . out where iho ve&sel in distress was i" relation to herself, and so bo able to i'uee to the rescue, so long ixa sho re ceived* siguals. 'iho second principal use for the liudor was that of discover ing a ship's posit|on with regiird to any coas...

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Springmount. CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

Springmount. —•£. concert. A concert in aid of the Springinount Methodist Sunday School was held last Monday evening in the church. The programme was supplied by mem bers of the Victoria Street Methodist choir, and was thoroughly enjoyed by the large and appreciative audience which filled the church. Kvery item was well received by the audience ; the singing of Miss M. Faull being io excellent merit, and was vociferously encored. Following is the programme : —Anthem, "King ol Kings," choir ; son;:, "Johnny l.udlow," Mr S. North coU; s;>ng, "Tlie Beautiful Ciate," Miss KdiiU; soon, "Neater my God to Thee,'' Mrj II. White; duet, "See the laud appears iu sight," Miss Malton and Mr S. NorthcoU; recitatiou, "Trouble in the Amen Corner," Miss Treloar : song, "God's Garden," Mr Cowling : song, "Smiles," Miss Malton; anthem, "Conquering Kings," choir ; soug, "Springtime," Miss M. Faull (cn cuied) ; song, "(Juceu of Angels," Mr S. NorthcoU, song, Mr:; 11. White; duet, "Kveutiue," Misses t...

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Allendale. PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

Allendale. PRESENTATION. The promotion and transfer of Senior Constable Gardiner, after 26 years' official life in the town, is being recognised by the citizcns, who intend to make him a presentation as a token of their regard and esteem. Iu view of his hurried departure there is scarcely sufficient time to organise the affair ou a pretentious scale, nor has it allowed for a complete in dividual canvass, ljut so far as it has gone in the limited limethcre has been a prompt and generous response. The promoters regret the oversight of many citizens of the town and district, but they specially invite all interested friends, whether they have subscribed or not, to attend at the Speculation hotel, at the conclusion of the school concert lu-niglit (Friday), when ad vantage i:. being taken of the presence of Sir Alexander l'uacock, M.L.A., for it is arranged that he shall preside over the brief convivial gathering, and formally make the presentation on behalf of the citi/.eus. The period o...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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SPORTING NOTES. Bowling. CRESWICK v. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

SPORTINB NOTES. — ;u Bowling. cri;swickV. victoria. The tclurn match between the local club aud Victoria (Ballutat East) took place ou the lalter'a green on Wednes day altemuuii, aud pruvul veiy enjoy able. When the tea 111= met on the Crciwick green, Victoria were defeated, but they eirccted a win in the return match, having 27 points to spare. The Rev. G. W. Harrison and Messrs White and Winter were the visitiug captains, aud all were down at the finish —by 17, 2 and 8 respectively. ,The full totals were:—Victoria, 86; Creswick, yj. The Creswick players were hospitably entertained by the houie club. The scores were :— VlUUlUA. No. i—McMahoney, Tolls, lirownloiv, Cowley 35 No. z—Giluiour, Bucklmn, Skin ner, Hunting 25 No. 3—l'clkinghorue, Bcsse liieres, Ticvor, Scott 26 Total Ckeswick. No. l—Wilmot, Northcolt, Bcn nct, Rev. Harrison 18 No. 2—Johnson, Ellis, CushiDg, White 23 No. 3—Grose, Harris, . Tait, Winter ... ... 18 Total 59

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PRESENTATIONS. MR AND MRS A. S. FITTS. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

PRESENTATIONS. MR AND MRS A. S. 1'ITTS. Last Monday evening a social gathering took place in St. John's schoolroom, in order that presentations might he made to Mr and Mrs A. S. Fills prior to their departure for Castlemjine," Mr Fitts having been promoted froiil'lhe position o( manager ol the CreSwiclt braucli of the liauk ol New South Wales to the charge of the Castlemainc branch. During his io!| years' residence in this town, Mr Fitts took a great interest in the affairs of St. John's Church of England, and occupied the position of secretary. He also interested himself in other iitstiiu tions in the town, and Mrs fitts had been a splendid worker in connection with the church, also carrying out the duties of secretary ol the Girls' Friendly Society. It was dccided that some recognition should be shown of the services of Mr and Mrs Fitts, and it was agreed to tender them a farewell social and make them presentations. The customers of the bank and public generally joined in the move...

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SONS OF TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

SONS OK TlOMPEItANCE. The jStli anuual session uf the n ;i I i o n a I division of the Sons of Tern Iterance of Victoria and South Aus tralia was opened at Colac on Tuesday. The M.W.P. liru I\ii;e picsided over a lame attendance of delegates. 'I'lie annual repoit set forth tliat t"i; iu._i:ibc>s had been initiated into the senior lani;:, and .jtij into the junior rauks. lSiiyhtou u.jclioti carried off the pii/o for the greatest increase of members and Tilbot second, iiallarat were winners of tire shooting competi tion, with Ilcywood second. The le port touched on the report of I he (,'ovciniiient actuaiy, which showed the capital iter member at an ineur.se ol i/: (,!. 11• •previous yeai. Anothei iuten.stiu[; leuiuie was the fact that the interest earned was .1 ji per ami., there beinj; only one o:her society ahead. 'I'lie interest earned by l!,s order was jC3/.|.i/j/io, and the total fu j'L 01 the order stood I at X/1,,jS5/1 buiif,' a» incitMat of I 'U1 l'1L' ),(-'ar' I.'ibburso ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

INSURE WITH THE ASSUBAmIe SO limited. KOll FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, WORKERS' COMPEH . . . SATION INSURANCE. , . . active agents WANTKIi wiikhe not j;t;i'i;i"^i:xtI';i). Full Particulars on appliiriilion to DALGETY © CO. LTD., jMKljIiOUKNIi. (.M.'.n:ij,'ers for Victoria.)

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