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ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXVII. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

ON Cs OLDEN WlNGS (ijy »V. I'joIo.) UHAI'TKi: XXVII. A &L*HEl'K 11 —X) I* K A .MIN (J M>T. OH, but ilie good dio iir»t. And we, whoso ncarts aro drj as summer's dust, >»■ rn to the »ookct.— Wordsworth. "Tiio Teiupie, "27th Nurember, 16?—, ♦! p.m. '•Dear old Dad,—Don't explode wlien t Wii you thut Mabel Orttiuud ltius at last rewarded my constancy, and wo ahall, iu all probability, iKrnmrried in iv few inontlis. You remember Lord Garten, of course. 1 think X lold you lio paired oft' with her sitter Agnes, and they aro having u very jolly time of it at iioulogiie. tlis fabulous wealth will more than balance his paucfty ot wit. "Vou may not know it, dad, but you aro solely mdobtod to Sir Laurence for your consulship; it was his,inllueneo alone that procured it, and, thinking that open confct*ion would wound your •ansa of pride, ho wrote to your friends at ilaita, and asked thcni to assume that thy appointment eume through them. 1 nioution this entro nous as i had it from ...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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NURSE REDMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

NURSE KK1JMAN. After having served on the nursing staff of the Crcswick District Hospital for three years, Miss E. Redman re signed her position to further qualify I herself in the nursing profession in (lie metropolis, she having passed the final examination of the Royal Vic torian Trained Nurses' Association with distinction. This success was not only creditable to Nurse Redman, but to the medfcal officers of (he local institution, under whom she was trained. It was agreed by the member; of the hospital committee and their wives and (he staff to make Nutse Redman the recipient of a presentation prior to her departure for Melbourne, and yesterday a large number ol ladies and gentlemen as sembled at the hospital for tin; purpose mentioned. The president (Mr Thos. Gushing) had charge of proceedings, and after afternoon tea had been partaken of, he said that the movement to make a presentation to Miss Redman had been confined to those stated above, although many outside would have lik...

Publication Title: Creswick Advertiser
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SHE KNEW SOMETHING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

.SI IK KNKW SUAJKTIIINC. |v*A h<1 do yon <IouM. my lovo?" Im> a; k«xi passionately. "No, Saniuol," sho anMVorvd, uitii .'uliniraWr tart; "but \vh-n ym i«;:y lliat the day yon call nio yours v/il! n^Lu'-r in an oru of lilVlonj; dovolion and lender soliokudo you- pardon iiic, <jt'M- y011 put it on n trillo loo thick. Vou serin lo i'or^ol, Samuel, lliat I am I a widow."

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

■UMIlWmtBIWf Harris on, San Miguel f j cosjT" merchants, I i AND Siri'I'LY DODSI3 FOR | 3 Brewers, £ j Aerated \Uater tSanufactKrws. | Hotel Keepers, 1 * Bakers, \ and fie'reshment Room?. Curresnondoncu Invited nn AJI Articles used in the above trades. -Nutf AiJdrcfH — 304 FLINDERS STREET, UELBjUURKE.

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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. MATTERS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. MATTJJIfS UK IN'J'JSHJSST. Me^rs. G. U. Turri (Jo. arc At-, lorneys for tho ouuer ol tho-Australian i'atent lor "Improvements in the .Man ufacture of Peroxide of Potassium, °r .Mixtures thereof," .No. bl>10, ol GUi JVtay, PJU7, granted to U. F. Jauberi, ot Paris. They will send a copy, or tho spculication, free tu any reader do* .siring it, so that the latter will bo able to cousder tiio merits of tlio invention. The proijrietor of the Patent desires to learn what public requirements, it any, exist as to tho invention and will grant, if asked for ou reasonable terms, a licence to manufacture, or arrange local agencies. Any proposals should bo inado to, or iuiormation allied lor ol tho Attorneys mentioned. Letters Patent will (if sealing fee be paid) issue in tho following cases, un less there is successful opposition. Tiio Comiuisisonor has accepted the complete specifications. Tractor-Proi)«llor Harvester. — This has an exceptionally wide comb in soo lions....

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

\p" Mtum u! paynirn*, Iml <t;<l yMiT? <ioct<u who returned fp«-i when n*'f Ihc Union Mar.uf.Ktmini; Com J t" jriurnL^l/iSi^rno.jni paid Ul wtrJmr*m,ni y*-A m.iny iiilucn, I fcsEs pr>Jy I f"- piir/i b m!y j trfilttirni. that li oije j 1 ? »nJ Inu.'-Mandinj cnw, "A Perfect Skimmer - -In nlfuT words ft Money-Savor every tinio iiM^J.-Sncli is tho report ot a prominent Jiuttor factory on VEGA SEPARATOR, i anil tho Host of HtH-oinincndiitioMv. j Ktivui-.s in ;ill diroution.s endorse 1111'■ rc[n>ri. and vulunUinly testify to the hij;h-elas.s finish and simplicity of our Si.'i'xrutur is to-day iiftor. has. quickly jumprd pt<:t(>ll. No otluT wiRorl.v nought Tho Quality, ccmphKl with our Priccs, ' ' 11KST VA1. i**in't'.MTit tho ltl',ST \A1.UK IN AUS TliAUA. I' II ICliS: i'J Call. l-:i lo 0 ")") Call. i'I0 1(1 l> Call. 7 0 0 SO Call. IT, lo (I iCiiorgi'tio. t'onimi.^ion Audits Wanted. Writo IM'.PAU'I MF.N'T "K Buckeye H?> fv...

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BLAMPIED SPORTS. RECORD SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

BLAMPIED SPORTS. i m KECURI) SUCCESS OHice-Bearero.— 1'residenl : Cr I'. Fletcher, Vice-presidents : Kcv. Fathers Byrne and Lee. Judges : florae racing, Mr T. Gushing; athlctic events. Messrs T. Fletcher and J. Egan. .Vs.I'. Starter : Mr J. Oxley. Handii'ap|ii'rs : lliirni- racing, Messrs T. Kyan, .1. Connors anil Griffiths ; athletic events, Messrs M. Weary and M. I'rcndergast. I'rotest Com inittoe : Messrs.I. McGrath, J. Oxley, 13. Boyd, I'. Oloheny and P. liannan. .Judge of Tug-of-War and Stick I'ulling: Mr T. Ryan. Clerk of Scales: Mr ,1. Kyan. Measurer of I'onics: Mr E. Boyd. Clerk of Course : Mr .1. Ellsworth. Gates : Mesars J. I'rendergast, T. Heagney, E. Cleary and I*. llm-tor. 'Die annual Si. Patrick's lJay spurts and races look place on Tuesday last, iu Mr Boyd Bros.' padnock, Dlatnpied, and proved a rccord in many respccts. The weather was delightful for out door sports, and this caused a record attendance, the gale takings exceeding those of any previous year. The compet...

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MR V. NORTHCOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

MR V. NORTHCOTT. When it came known that Mr Ver- non Northcott, son of Cr W. P. North- cott, J P. (mayor of Creswick), was about to he promoted from the Ballarat branch of the Union Bank to the Hobart (Tasmania) branch, a number of his companions decided that he should be tendered a farewell presentation in recognition of the esteem in which he was held by them, Last Tuesday evening the presentation   took place at the Bridge hotel, when   a few toasts were honored. Dr G.F.   Sleeman acted as chairman, and after justice had been done to the good things provided, the toast of "The King' was honored. The chairman also proposed "The Parents," to which the mayor responded, and he hoped that in his new sphere his son would find companions as good as those he was leaving behind at Creswick. "Our Guest" was proposed by Mr Alf. Ken in eulogistic remarks, and he spoke of the genial and kindly disposition of Mr Vernon Northcott, also of the regret felt a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

Death BULLEN.- On the 17th March, Annie Eva, dearly beloved fourth daughter of Nicholas J. and Eliza Bullen, of Newlyn. At rest in the Everlasting Arms. In Memoriam. MERRIMAN.—In loving memory of my dearly-beloved husband and our dear father, who was accidentally killed at North Melbourne on March 19th, 19112. Years may pass away my darling. But your face will never fade ; For I love you just as dearly. Though you're in your silent grave. Our loss is great, we'll not complain. But trust in God to meet again. But gone from memory, not gone from love, But gone to our leather's home above, —inserted by his loving wife and children MERRIMAN.—In sad and loving me- mory of our dear son and brother, Stephen John, who was accidentally killed on the North Melbourne railway line on the 19th March, 1912. Years may pass away, dear Stephen, But your face will never fade ; For we love you just as clearly, Though you're in your silent grave.' Sadly missed. —Inserted by his mother, sisters and brot...

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Mount Prospect. CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 20 March 1914

Mount Prospect. CEMETERY. The trustees of the Mount Prospect Cemetery, on account of the shortage of funds and the state the cemetery grounds are in, have decided to ask all those interested to come forward to form a working bee at the cemetery next Saturday afternoon, March 21. SCHOOL COMMITTEE. Ttie following have been electcd members of the local school com mittee :—Messrs J. T. Yates, W. J Andersun, D McPhee:, H. Rousch, J. Bell, L. Stephens, A Richardson. TENNIS CLUB. The local tennis court is at last completed, and as everything is now ready, play may be commenced immediately. A fatal accident occurred on Sunday last, when a jockey, George Corbett, 43, native of Creswick district, was instantaneously killed through being dashed against a tree while riding a racehorse. At >; CorbeU, who had been in the ein[>loy of T. J. liailic, of the Royal hotel, Nhill, took two horses for walking cxercise, and was proceeding along Macpherson stieet, liding one horse, Merry liarn, and l...

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SELLING FERTILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 March 1914

SELLING FERTILITY. ITlio maintenance of fertility is a largor and broader problom than how to utiliso liomo rcsourcos to advautago, and how to buy fortilisora ooonoiuieally. : 1 Ho farmer should ask himself, "How much fertility am I rolling from my larm each year?" Tho soil is a grout bill of plant food from which wo draw a .•mall supply each year. It is no*- like .1 bin of wheat.—to bo drawn on ouch year until exhausted, becaUBO it is con stantly. reooiving now food from tho d»>cay of plants, weather.ng of btones and ot her sourcee. But cropping does impoverish farm soils of availablo plant foot], reducing their vnlno for croppiug. temporarily at least. This plant food is l>e;ng shipped ofT in butter, eggs, hay, corn, apple.**, wheat, cotton, potatoes, and in every other orop that goon to market. The fertility that goes off in crops never roturns to that land, liut some crops, or part of them, fltay on the farm. These are tho orops that are fed to stock *and the manuro re tur...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 March 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "itu.Mieu.,.") Tho mc&sutc ti'oiu latum « i tlio CiOdU.s "J i;.»u;viri iroui i-hc ne gation aroaa i»wu j)ioa.>aiit ifuu-n^. liUt tliai Milt ul tiling bo pccwu* i AUSllitiUUl lb. 1)1 •, 10 regard "H;li .>put.v^ .mil metUoUS ^ Luti luu.st ur.^ralilo «nj »' work uiv liiuu, -'Uil m» loug «* lM' ' ary bi& d>!v ut u»u pvu Aio i* tiomg vu gu »•!• *■•»'*» l'u-> ,l"' l;"".. tbau tufco U|» »..•«.■ iiiU'tiio cu ««w i« tbo ,lirst c^v. 10 1:1 • ' * guliou areua. ««^o • -<u» uo 1 oudoavor to j-oplaco ku.. triouu ncouJo Horn olUor wJl*-1 tU« i'ivsuiuuviou ot the wido *puoos ni* not «x«rei»tia as ciUci,. it would, <>t courso, bo liitiuitolj i'l-olornblo to the utttivc-boru workius tbo kind should bo worked, but they winum U eouipuUod to resist tho cull o. tho bit spaces. tbo "i-egum, that novor was 'listed" they mu»t continue to bu tho "dusty Joroloopevs v. ho ua ••broakutt; tuo way for tho rest. That tie lo.-M «!' 'he durab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 March 1914

Announaomonti Creswick Easter Monday Sports. A MEETING of the Committee will be held on WEDNESDAY (To-morrow) EVENING, at 8 o'clock, in the Schoolroom. Large attendance desired. J. OXLEY, Secretary. CRESWICK BRANCH A.N.A. riMIE Fortnightly MEETING will A be held at the A.N.A. Ilall on FRIDAY EVENING, March 27th, at 8 o'clock. I'1. FARGIIER, President. ARTHUR B. GROSE, Secty. BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. 110th Anniversary—HIIJIjE SOCIETY SUNDAY, Unit I'll'Sunday School Ser vice, Creswirk Town Hall, SUNDAY, march ath, i»m, at .t;io p.m. Cr \V. 1'. Northcntt, J.I'., Mayor of Cres wick, will preside, Collection in aid of B, and 1". Bible Society. D. STEELE, Hon, Sec. Creswick Branch. Ooan Mechanics' Institute and Froo Library. rpilE ANNUAL MHETINi; of Sub L srribers of tlie above will be held nil MONDAY EVENING, UOtti INST., at 8 o'clock. Business—'To elect ollicers for ensuing year. To receive and adopt ba lance-sheet. S. N. RICIIAIIDS, Hon. Sec. Creswick Horticultural Society. A...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 March 1914

OBITUARY. The remains of the lute Mr Andrew Runatz, of Rocklyn, were or. Wednes day interred in the Mount I'rospsct Cemetery. The coffin-bearers were Messrs Kred, Albert, Richard and Andrew RafjaU (sods), W. Morctti and John I'lier; pall-hearers, Messrs C. C Phillips, (jCO- Campbell, C). Schiller, A. Yclland, T. Ko:>te, II, Hup,lies, II. George, \V. Peter:;, \V. Newhwy, J. Moloney, II. M'fnerney, and J. M'lildrcw. The Rev. J. R. Hill ofliciated at the grave, and Messrs Jolminsen and Hon were the under takers. Another of tlio old ami renjieeted resideot.s of tin1 town lias passed away, on this occasion it beoig Mr W. Treelty, of Haines street, Creswick, whose de mise tonk |>l:iei- last Kriday night. Koi ■1!) years the latu MrTroeby had resided in the street m-.-ntiniierl, At tin; tin) of his death lio was S2 years of ago, | and he leaves a widow and grown-up j family to mourn their loss, .-ml f»' them much sympathy is felt. The I funeral took place on Sunday after noon nl tlio ...

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ALLENDALE STATE SCHOOL. GRAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 March 1914

ALLENDALE STATE SCHOOL. GRAND CONCERT. Iu tlio A Herniate dramatic hall on P'tiday evening la:,I, an entertainment was Riven by tlie scholai s of ttic State sehool, tlie proceeds of which arc tr> he devoted to school equipment. It w.-^s the first conccrt of its kind held (or many years, and proved most successful and enjoyable. The hall was well filled, and the member for the district, Sir Alexander Peacock, pre sided in his usual capable and hearty manner. The chairman of the school committee (Mr E. H. Trott) intro duced the chairman, and in doing so referred to the object of the gathering —to raise funds for the school equip ment. The head teacher first desired to purchase a sewing machine, and then to add to the present spleDdid collection ol books in the library. Mr Trott said il was also the intention of th? school committee to erect swimming baths, and he thought they would be able to raise the necessary . funds. , Sir Alexander Peacock said he was glad, as Minister of Educ...

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INDIGESTION. CAN IT BE BANISHED? [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 March 1914

INDIGESTION. CAN IT EF. BANISHED ? Now, can it ? Must ;i woman go on suffering from headaches, bilious ness, flatulence, pains after eating, langor, or any of tlie other distressing symptoms that arise from faulty action of the stomach ur the liver ? Must men he made less fit for work, le',3 able to Keep pace with their competitors, because indigestipn is sapping (heir energi"-,, and clogging their minds ? Have men and women to go on enduring these things with out hop" of rei iv. ry / Assuredly not ! Most cases of acute indigestion are '.he result of neglect or indifference. People get into 'he foolish habit of thinking that they will be better on the morrow, or in a week or two, and so the complaint get hold anil the sufferer gues from bad to worse. Food ought to give up its life sustaining elements for every nerve and muscle in your body ; it ought to replenish the rich, red stream of blood flowing through your veins, and help you to think, to act, and to work with the vim of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 March 1914

AN EASY WAY TO REItlOVE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. For the benefit of our lady readers who suffer from the humiliating dis figurement o! hair on face, lips or chin, we publish herewith a formula which has the advantage of being simple and inexpensive, as well as marvellously effective. It is not claimed by our informant that one application will permanently destroy the hair roots, but it is claimed, and the claims are borne out by actual tests, that one application completely re moves the hair, and its regular use, one or two days apart will quickly and per manently destroy the hair root itself. If you have hair which you wish /i- rmnifnil'/ i rmnvfil, ask your chemist to mix 43 drams Pulverized Sulthine Concentrate with 2 J drams Zinc Oxide, I'.Ii., and I diam of I'pwered Orris Root, and put in a wide mouth buttle. '/in use, mix a little of! the powder into a paste on a plate by adding a lew drops of water. Apply with a narrow knife Made and remove at the end of two minutes with the back of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 March 1914

WORTH NOTING - IN — FOOTWEAR. WE have just opened up our New Cowls in all the Newest Styles for Summer Wear. Our Ladies' Shoes in White Kid or Poplin l'rom Js (id to 7a Gd, in anklets and 1 bar, are the most up-to-date on the market. In Cilueie Kid and Knamel Shoes, cither Derby, Ord or Anklet are the latest ; prices from 7s Od, at least 10 per cent, lower than Bullarat prices, and an equally large variety to choose from. We respectfully invite inspection and comparison with any house in the trade. Here you will get Reliable floods at Hmlroek Prices. Special Announcement. TN ord or* to oloar many linos In Gents' Tan, Box Calf and Glaolo Bals., slightly narrow toes,1we havo decided to make a Display in the adjoining Store where these lines have been reduood at least ono-half. All these Goods worth up to 15s. per pair will bo sold at from Us. 11d. In Ladies' Shoes, narrow toes, worth up to 11s. GdM will be iiloared at from 4s. lid. Now !s the Time to Save Money. w. p. NORTHCOTT. T, FI...

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SOCIAL NOTES. SHARAM—BLAIN WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 March 1914

SOCIAL NOTES. * SHARAM—BLAIN WEDDING. A pretty wedding took place in the Mt. Prospect Fresbytetiat) Churcli ou Saturday, 28th February, the contract i"g parlies being Mr Oliver R. Sliaram, of Kitzroy, youngest son o( Mrs Vincent and the late Mr John Sliaram, of Nhill, and Miss Jessie L. Blain, youngest daughter of Mrs Blain and the late Mr John Blain, of Blampied. The ceremony was per formed by the Rev. R. Thomson. The bride looked charming in a gown of white silk, with overdress of lace and court train trimmed with horse shoes and sprays of orange-blossom. She carried a beautiful white floral bouquet, and wore a gold bangle, gifts of bridegroom. As the bride entered the church on the arm of her brother (Mr John Blain) the wedding hymn was sung by the choir. The bride was attended by Miss Myrtle Kansgrill, of Ballarat, wearing a gown of white embroidered muslin, cerise hat and sash, and carrying a ccrise bouquet. She also wore a gold pendant, gift of bridegroom. The train-bearers, M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Creswick Advertiser — 24 March 1914

• y . B* m ■ » * M w m * m The Growth, (,qfTl-,«] Tom Cushikig's. Vr,:^ A STORE may claim almost anything if it lias consciencc little enough or enthusiasm large enough. But the linal test—tlu: proof of the pudding—is growth. A Store's growth is measured by the Diiblic support it gets, and public support is based on a Stoic's good service every time—on its usefulness in the community. The wonderful increased business which has come to us in the year just ended is specially satisfactory because we ?ie working oil the right lines. It proves that steady insistence 011 the best goods, 011 the smashing of shams, on good, careful, accurate service, on the lowest prices—that sort of thing tells. We are now showing all the very latest and up p date in Dress Goods and Trimmings. Our Dressmaking Department is still under the management of Miss Muir. We employ a large staff of expert hands. We guarantee satis faction, We won't take your money if you are not pleased with your dress. Our motto i...

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