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NEW CURE FOR PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 September 1915

NEW CURE FOR PNEUMONIA. I>r. I'Yaiicis K. l'ark claims to turo li;i<l 1U0 ]i('i' cent, of actual cares of pneumonia by a trcatmont doncribod an follows:—"In 2 o/„ of choni.ica.lly paro distilled wider I 15 fjniJ.no eneh of sodium ralicylate ami tho soJublo jili(i:.]iliat"i of iron. Tliift solution in sterilised 1 >y hi'itt, and in cooling there in added 10 niinirmi of a uaturated cal cium-crcosoto mixture, tho wholo tlicn being )>awW through a .small laboratory porcelain filter. Tho injeirtionri oro,. >»;n!o through I be .'dii/i with un nil plans syringe, uniny a 27-({iuif;o needle, into onn of tho Iiirgo veiriN of tho I'orenrir. Grout can" of course, !s taken with (ho asepsis and also to bo wiro that th<» needle is within tlio vein. If properly inserted there will bo absolutely no pain. It' pain j.t.fuH it means that tho needle lias f;one into tho muscle instead and the injection must instantly bo stopped and a new trial made. Thoro may be a moment...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEADACHE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 September 1915

HEADACHE. It wonJd bo' difllcult ito oaraO a malady nioro univoroaiiy folb at oomo ago or other by ovorybody living;— except, ] beliovo, tho nogrooB. Thoy don't lino thoir hcado much—t-o do; fiinl a headache in tho penalty for ris ing 't improperly, or to excess—ag tho university student kuows. Jn cold ■ lavs, thoso who woro working hard for thoir degree, used to nit roading with ii wot townl wrnppod round tho head to keep it .'ool. That in, at Ox ford and Cambridge; tho Oorainna did not ltiiow of tho plan. , If thoy did— A at. tiny rato if tho Kaisor ailti hin Bir 1 iii advisors liad adopted it, I guoss wo should not, havo had this war. Uul, bosido over uro and improper use, tho caii.ios off hendacbo aro logHon; and Homo peitplo wi/Tcr through in liTitr>>! disposition with other things over whirh thoy havo no control, pasi ed on from their ancestors. Wo do not know tho remote caused of opliopsy in families. But whonover thoro in a tendency to fitM, wo find sonio inomEora of t...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 September 1915

We can SUIT You. Hundreds of the Latest Patterns on hand for Suite to order Prom 35b to £6 6b, and guaranteed to fit. We also make Denim suits, riding breecheB, long back waistcoats, overcoats, cricketing trousers, cricket blazers, alpaca coats, silk coats, fancy vestB, caps, or your own material made up. Prices are Lower than you pay for the same quality elsewhere. We have no travellers, commissions, hotel expenses, etc. The large num ber of suits made by my firm enables them have specialists in each department and lower costs per suit. Others are satisfied with our tailoring,so will you be.if you give us a trial. the Cressy General Store, -•DRESSING S ALr, — °0»r J. RICHENS, Successor to W. R. 0. Wilson, HAIRDREMER A TOBACCONIST, Hall St., Cressy, op. Mason's Store. B HiViUviil.c. i.n,... EGS to announce that he haB in Stock a large assortment of all 1 the leading brands of Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes, &c,, &c. Pipes in endless variety. Cigarette and Cigar Holders,...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FRENCH 75's. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 September 1915

THE FRENCH 75's. A. correspondent writon lo tho Syd ney "Hun" asking what uro tho »po i-in! (minis about the Krciich 73 ciu. gun that have made it Mich' « rcmarlt.-i.'jly Micc'ssl'iit' weapon in this war. Accuracy of Urn ia ono grcit point about the 7.1; tipccrf. is tho oihor. Tho 75. can lire from 20 to 25 sholls a I mimito, Tho German 77- em. gun, j which in tiio<lolIo/l' upon it, can in I theory do tliiuwjuc, .but. it dpfs„ not possess tho mitoiiialii; i'uzlag mechanism of tlm French gun. Consequently, tiu lets .Uie German gunner is very export, ho cannot fix tho luscs "ns' quickly ..as they uro done automatically in tho YrciiiOi • Tho ■ result 3s- that tho i-'rem-h batteries, ivhlei nro. oxtromcly mobile, can rush to ntij' point st wliich they arc urgently needed, ami iri tho speediest inauncr utterly cover "any Kivcn area of ground with a raiu of shells, opening up the. way for tho in fantry to attack a demoralised enemy. ' X musician out of work, arc youf Well you'l...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 September 1915

COftMONY/EALTH PATENTS. - tUt fcSPWW tM> foltovTiris i „-P„-wr-tt, j ■ «>-: ti.., (v;rv^w Tu. m,"m , o: o"-l ut-n i ■ . (..nw, -f (ho lltiol«,;. .U«UuiS. Wryv. , ffliiun.,, havd'pccpared tin, ropM, Spirhl Centrifugal Pump. ^--.j i AulOio No I3013.-Hus,Widi?l I screw oCtW/-wnCri«i«<.l.force- 3 l-jnv t-pirriiK* mVmnted> in-anr.u arcori l^ioL «*»*.«* a p»m,> rtnmc, »"J « TiUenta! GmWionrhupn^. i wi^ii mi'i ■f-'V' •T«(-'kwjn; N;b ' jriun.--To cool a'l.oUow rotary vaUo,. tho iiiwWiViif nir :M'« *,"£L ! ixhpi"n<."' 'against- SSonE<<U"<lma Tadl' tho M ^ >J,StW-.l«mp Pl?ukK^J«i»eH.'M'lr-! U-m 'asul 'Co.; f-tti. assignee o» «• 1 •, SA" rX^\V..;><'«- HK1- 'V M>nnR '.Wani Kith «bwr«*hi# prwtire us tho plough' fet.Arc'is elevated ^ f _J; ' i»0„-.,r transmission w. - _ Ifaidv, Tasmania. No. , „v iitii.k- >»»<■.X" wlioMi Of Wt. 11,0 , |00S1. on the ^aH, ami prov.ded largo dinmc'.er di*.-, which ^c...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 September 1915

4)F HURAL INTEREST (% "ItuxliciiA.") Septembtt finds U', with Jno-?pf<;t.s Gtill favorable I-Yom a producer':! ]>oiiH of view, they could imrill.v be' JtilK*r oi promise in. Victoria . The splendid rains oi' tlio past month, ami tin' f;'i)iul, .spring-IU.c nt;iif(sph'.'re have been productive (if veri '.able hot-hou:.L' growth in pasture-; mid (Top". Tin! tomjRiat urea have hc-ii, it anything, too gonial. 'I'lic froat'j which serve a good puvpo-o in killing (iff the iiioipiimiL in sect mid parasitic pesw Imvu bt-cji liot iiW.v lacking. The prolific growth oi herbage of all kinds ha.s brought about 1111 abundance that is in ninny cases em ImrraMli;; owing to tiic scarcity of stock for fcedilig-ofr purposes, 'flint ] rs < 1: of stock is the factor retarding the i" cuperatiM> process which tJr.* fortune nf dm liiun on the land are undersoil);;. And it i-> a lack' which 1111 foi t\in11 iy c.'innot l.ii Hiricdied in a hurry. Tliv depletion caused liy tl...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 September 1915

aJ' Separators Ei o I d I h 6y c,c_ o r'il f o c clean skirnrning. ^BScBEssasemamzssssssssmm n>^11 *'it-'r>: ^ie M roughs t t>f all re:i;;nria v it'/ you aliould possess. o:ie. Yoiir -iieeil, wf Uiky jt,>i.i *» ;S.-u;i[.Llor,il;at t{ets ALL llie ' ,l:ii;hc.4 i^rii'lc crc:*m, woikt cn.sicst •• l».si;-.ii#<i)^:!il^iiul. "yet*; • is i/liciipc.i. S'ttc lr' -irr t iio-",■ "A t.f A• LAA1.," ;i11(1 '.ve can ' prove ii. Let's send you om fir a free trial, v / Y J. BARTRflm & SON, 536 Uourkn Zt,, fYIoIbournc. *i "ygqeyprafl

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER XV. VIOLET AND DON. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 September 1915

<ET HUNTER'S FOSTER (BY IEWW CLARKE;? • ^•ifrii>VWCE^A>!D DOX. • It was oarly, very early, according to conventional notions, ..on a ''r,Kllt• broezy morning in green leaves of tb^'oafo.-otj.l.bo^ dale were BHbIy drinfcing in tl.o:pvl«o«»o, sunWnms, nod tl.o rabbits caperod Mill ^i$k»d uiraqng tlwvfern of. ,1"^'• sloping hanks, and tho dc^v' tfras* flit tered as if every tremulous blade. wore h^Vy ,villi" liquid; gem.,- ^ Mowbrav :i book ill her hand left the bouse, and. ivalkcd out into tl.e park. To explain hor prosonco thero it h ne oefcsary to say that tlio countess, at her brother's wish bad been particularly gracious to tho inmates of the parson hco at- Woodburn, bad called at the T>iingtons, liad asked- tbom over to iu Vurk laorti frequently than it suited tho KKitor to accept her prftt'usn hoM'itfhU and had invited Miss Mowbray to spend a few days at Thorsdale. There was nothing remarkable m that. 1'or an 'English "girl-"to' spend a considerable Vatt'.of'...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 September 1915

E. R. DAVIS, Saddle, Qoliar ft Harness Makers CRESSY. QADDLERY of Every Description made on the Premises at .Moderate Prices. Collars a Speciality. Repairs Neatly Executed. Splendid Assortment of LADIES' and GENTS' BOOTS and SHOES always on hand. BICYCLES and Sundries always on hand for Sale, Hire or Exchange. • Splendid Assortment of Secondhand I Bicycles from £4 up to 47. All new Blcycleslrailt to order guar anteed. . Tyres anil-Tubes Stocked. Western Plains Farmers' Co operative Society, Ltd, Cressy. • Have accepted the Agency for. the well-known and proved Machinery of T. E. ROBIBTSON mod 00.,! ? of StMtUwood, lielboorne. Abo'for t&« " BOS1V0BT BIHDBBandlMI v u'• Tkehesttaukeeef Biader Twiae, Oils, amd Bnrintf ' """ Twiiies stocked far Harvest Maaca*' I Agent* Also fof TOBD Motor Cara* The Car for the Farmer. New and second-hand Sack# at Bad] rock Price*' . uuu CHASL D< BOSS. Kiupr. 35 - • [a cxbdJ} -— ■' — NURSE GRAY, • • "UCWIM/' Awotaiaeiatiea for Patianta....

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAYS TO COOK MUTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 September 1915

WAYS TO COOK MUTTON. Those rrho liavq made a- study of tho suljjcct any thul of «11 w«ats mutton is tbo ;nosb eiwiljr digested. Ill those days of ocononiy it has unotlior great advantage—it is cheaper- tliun boof. Moreover it lends itsolf to to many dif ferent dishes. From even tlio cheapest purls tho most delicious stows can .bo imida, but it uiut bo borno in mind that though few dishes aro more nutritious than n good mutton stow, nothing enn !io more unpalatablo than a badly made one. A SIMPLE STKAV. Out ii pound of Ion 11 chops from be neath u shoulder of mutton, roll them . in. flour and drop into u frying pan containing 0110 tablcspoonl'ul of but ter, in which, two or throe Mlioon of onion have been brownod, then remov ed. Turn tho chops frequently until they arc thoroughly browned on nil sides and then throw two eupfuls of cold wutor upon them. This chills tho fat which thuuM bo lifted out. Sea ion with salt and poppor and let cook slowly for an hour and a half. Skim again, re...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES. EVERT MAN PHYSICALLY FIT 18 WANTED. CONDITIONS OF ENLISTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 September 1915

AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION ARY FORCES. EVERT MAN PHYSICALLY FIT 18 WANTED. CONDITIONS or BNLISTMBHT. Ago ID 10 4D yOttll Minimum Height ... 5 foot 2 inches OhoBt Mcauirement ... 38 inchos Persons doniring to cnlisn should apply at tho noarest Tow a Hall, Shlro Hall, Drill Hall or Recruiting Dopot, where arrangements will bo mndo for medioal examination. Persons who aro considered suitable will bo granted frco railway tickets to the metropolis for final incdioal examination and enlistment. BATHS OF PAT ni DAT. After Embarkation Prior to (Including Embarkation deferred pay) Lioutenant 16/ 21/ Sergeant 10/ 10/6 Corporal 9/ 10/ Private 8/ 6/ SEPARATION ALtOWAKOR. ' Separation allowance will bo paid to married won who aro receiving loss than 81 per day, but suoh atlowanoo will not exceed tho amount necoasary to make up tho difference between their daily rate of pay nnrt BJ per day. Subject to thiB limitation tho amounts payable are as follows:— (n) For wifn livincr at homo, 1/G per day (b) Fo...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EDUCATING FARMERS IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 September 1915

EDUCATING FARMERS IN AMERICA. If it) the pattl tho American farmers have been guilty of robbing tho soil' in order to make larger .temporary profit, jfc may hare been partly from iguor r.ttee of tho couscrjuences that would follow such a uiistakeu policy- In the fiituro there will bo no cxcuho for uuch ignorance, as the Agricultural Depart ment bavo been aduptiug measures to promulgate knowledge with regard to: foil and its requirements. There arc now i 11 the country more than .00 ex perimental statiouu in activo work; they : isn.uo yearly about 500 bulletind, winch are distributed to ueurly 1,000,000 '-farmers.' Fi/ty-livo of these stations re ' quire appropriations provided for by Acts of CougrcBH, amounting to £2SO.'.'0O a year, in addition a large amount is' contributed by the State Ijegislalii.oy, and a further considerable fium it ob tained from fees and for analyst of fertilisers, feeding stuffs, soih, etc., so that esporimental stations aro well equipped with tho siuows of ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNTRY MAIL SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 September 1915

I COUNTRY MAIL SERVICES." The disabilities uader which; people iri'thfe'&uatrr suffer^ in j Mgardto mails through <tba> *ur tailmenVofth* 'train'ton-rlee; in Vie^«M^:N(lirnl .tobyMr lliliifttil #,) Hmiae «f ItepraataialivcsJast Friday. He asftad- tfcw rwlnnjUrCkperai if ■aiiiaiigswMWitss—|<l iw&fcs*nida taeam woHa brWoHyjpr #»Wn g thafe by •'MiMf-'' eo«»(kyasesfc: la such a matttrth* qaeatien of expense ipcpaM' - not* totnd*, tov>"' v'^MHr^aitaMatar-Gcoml a»M the -ifotrntrnmi', was-dotog h Iti beat toetMK«Torta«rnRsiFaiwith the'RMIfrar^pwtmeBi -ftjr !<ha eaiT{Ag»ofiiiaiUit)Koo<}atnJa»^ "Mr Manifold rNothingis being done though; *•••.-' .Mr 8aas(MOR (V.): It there any redaction made bv the rail ways In' regard to the'amount paid under the mail eentraet to compensate; for: the curtailment of the train services ? • • The Postmaster-General: No; they make no reduction. It is a one-sided arrangement. The railways carry par...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CHAPLAIN'S STORY. THE WOUNDED MEN. MOVING NARRATIVE OF SUFFERING BORNE BRAVELY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 September 1915

|' ;- A CHAPLAIN'S STORY. THK , WOUNDED iC0NT. I MOVING XATM1ATI.VK OF BUFi'ETi ', " I.NO. BORXK BRAVELY. ■ C..ptai;i W. B.. Doxtcr, a Church :6f Kngland chaplain, who left Australia with tho 2nd Tnfnntry Rrlgadfl,-has for warded to bis wife, fit Jicna filarr dealing with eventi. In Gailipoli. Jt is replete with poignant details of tlio gallant Bacrifices made by tli° (loops when storming tho iiholl-swppt cliftVr of the Tut'«iv!i pnnin^tiin, <J'i Monday, April 2'JtU, uppoarH tho en try:—"At J0.30 a.m. recoivod a signal from ii. transport, that threo of onr wounded officers were on board Und | rrerc unking for their Jtitr*. J wont over j and found Captain Ciroy, Lieutenant Af.'Vca, Lieutenant Adame, of tho fith, i and altogether about ill) ofiicoro v.-ound ed, and 1ho ship actually packed with wounded men. And thero wero only two doctors. Tho men wore lying about ovOrywhere. 1 was ouly loafing on the boat, so I sought out the chief doctor and atdsed him if I could help. Ho...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HUMAN NATURE. [?] OF THE GREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 September 1915

JMjUAII RATURC. jMonrmicmKs •* tm* 1 okjmt. .!». m J" ~ fliturti **««■» .«• *«.«*»€»*- <^-'{.' m»t. **»•■^Vff tMtfy.leartof t» 'ki»4w tkrf ib iMMi n «*«■■» •» «- - ««m «•- kMp' «l»:'-M> •• ■twWipii.^A* «W<M*«*7 <lM !■*• »<"*■ ••«•*!***• <*? tbeta, m*'<sut*ld« «*cfc *••••« • CMteivwvM'' UMt mfcy**'**"*1* box w**<H«e«. J|»s— _ wfcat .rsasiabltd■:■■■-mm ,r*" «dtb<: a. afiriatf.' wkMi •* **• K» «t *^rvfiTwp»in^'-- : '' ••• a: vioLnrravs nsv*KGic. Paganlni h«d his Stair# »f ***" tricity. Ho /eared no out, aad when tie was disposed to fly «>•• i« « tang**t nether au<*e«e« w* Kin* oould keep Mm U the re*uUr er bJt. Io the reign <Jl U«*«' Phil ippe he agreed to pl«y »* •■ ®°urt concert announced at the. Tutteetea. Juat before the concert he looked at the room. The cartcitoa were hun* so as to Interfere with tko mound, and he asked the superintendent to have them properly arran...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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CHILDREN IN THE FIRE ZONE. JUVENILE INDIFFERENCE TO BULLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 September 1915

CHILDREN IN THE FIRE ZONE. JUVENTUB LVDIFFBIiKKCi; TO JiUIjLETS. A Territorial, will) tho utli King'it, given a graphic nnrniAHo of conditions in tho fighting wno. Biilo by uido with bcoihui tli.'it tell of tho horrorn of tliu war, Iio dotscrib'o hoiv tho fnrmorn aro peacefully Mowing 1hoir fields, whilo whUo childron peacefully play about with such i>it!ji7orone« 1o bis!lot* "that they might. Iiavo boon in Lodge-lane." Ho writer.:— "Tho riim business. «eomH to bo gelling worse. Tho Germans 11.ro oiling Muno terribly weapons on thin front, among which i.1 u gas bomb, which, when it bursts in our trenches, ovot powors our follows. They aro oltfo using trench mortars, tlinn ts-IiIch wo would sooner fuco anything;. One can spo them coming, ond tlioro in n rush 0110 way or tho other. Ono of our poor chaps (jot buried witli ono, ..and ho must have got. tli/eo or four tons of earth on top of hiin. When we |,'ot him out ho wan, of course, dead; We liavo lost rpiite a few men with tfioso...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 September 1915

Don't lend yoor newspaper to any pferson who can afford better than yon to become a subscriber, bat who is too mean to pay the email rate for •subscription. For Children'a Hacking Cough at Night, 1 ; Woods'Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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WISHED TO BE KIND TO THE FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 September 1915

\V 1811 ED TO JIEKJND TO THE FLY. I • •• i riio Seedy Olio: "Say; guv'nor, tlicio'.s a lly on your nose. " OM GimiI: "What tlio diolions liar Unit to do willi you?" Tbo Koody .One: Kotlilu', liothin'; but I thought it would get its wings worchcd."

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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HAMPDEN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 September 1915

HAMPDEN SUIUE- COUNCIL. Monday, September 6. The cotincU «a*E~ai Oamperdown on the above djtfe. " from LJ«<26r«4^rogrVii Amo«I«« 11^ pfctfertl^Wlt&iri mi r«tlctt1tU6lb' 'ai««"6f 1h»pr«p^Med lAuaon water aapply, aUfl'ilitfirlrtg' ^iii'wSiU b«; leviid on' «*eh own6r'''of thfe' pro 'v Lidgfenberg, pound Jcnpef; Faxh<>wi 'dfcwtejrcouncil's | •ttttiUbn' "tfll* (he1' boufida^y- fence between the pound and Mr Maw'*. -—Referred to engineer. ; ■■ From. State Accident Insurance Office, in regard to the Workers' Compensation Act, 'asking support for that office.-—Received. From Public Health Department, in regard to a case of diphtheria at Wiridgil road, Oamperdown, asking that the health officer make an in vestigation.—Referred to the health officer. From Lewis Bell, Leslie Manor, reqqedting that the unmade portion of the Oamperdown and Foxhow road ahont 10 chains in length and one mile west of the bridge be formed, also the gravelling of the preBent formation...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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MILITARY VALUE OF CALAIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 September 1915

MILITARY VALUE OF CALAIS. (Br Licutonnut CoIuui'I A. A, Grace, K.Z.l-'.A.) Oiico moi'o llio Germans have pro claimed their mtontion to tnko Calms, which, this time, is to ln> capturod at nil costs. Iltib why Cilia's, tlio posses liion of which ivoulil cllWt nothing de cisive fur., (.ho Gormuns ? Why not Paris, tlio fall of which would p:iraly.so ilie Mra logical t'rr.mgcmeiik of ' tlio French, tind give t!i>»= wholo oi northern Franco to tho Germans:- . Tlio truth is that tho German.-, Iiavo aliandoncd all hope of capturing Paris; they do not expert to subduo ihe French, thoy know as well as wo do, ilial. their offensive campaign agm-i France is finisher], hut they want to save their1lace by captur ing Calais, whenco they would hopo to cotrol the Straits of l)<iv r. "'f'Jicro aro live, key.-, to tin; world," Lord Fisher once .said, "Tlio Straits of Dovor, tho Straits'of Gibrnller, tho Suez Canal, tho Capo of Good llope, tho Straits of Malacca—and wo hold them all." ...

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