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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 September 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rns1icua."> , la the course of an article in tho "Journal of Agrieulturo" dealing with "'Wheat i(ut| tlio' W'ar," Mr A. j.;. Itichardsoh, Agricultural Snj.or i n tond snt,. «'fiU's:~ \Vh?t nil] bo.the production ol tfn.j? If wo <; ;uld forecast this no would ltd " vory good position to estimate tho probable variation ol' prices. Jn. tlio fust place, tlm belligerent couutries JuiVu special reasons lor straining every nerve ly iiterean) 'tlio area,ooavii .for tlje uoxt- hurvost,.-whilst,' Oil !li<, other hand, tiny n il) iiiul.it tlif iictilt to sow the usual area, owing to tlm withdrawal of n largy proportion ot their male"nfjriotiUuinl -population for military purposes, Dm scarcity of mnri ures, tho want of sufficient farm nni nials,- and tl;o cctuiil threatened pres onco of troops .on pari of their whr-nl producing area. . Consider^ the immense task confront ig French' agriculture, in a tew of tho exi'iting difficulties. Nnr is tho ta...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 September 1915

i< OR WOMEN (By "AmbrosJno.") . Spring is in full possession. Every 'one is talking of tho new contour. Everyone ia wondering if it will suit her. And. ovcryone ii wondering which is •tho chiof Jiftil marking foaturo—hat, . blouse or skirt. H is becauso every thing is bo ossontinlly new. Tho' wur swept tho doaigneiH off thoir foet.. They had to run a number of continuances, having recovered their feet, they set about fresh creations, nnd like one whu goes buck to an unfinished tusk niter, too long an interval, they were unable to' T'ick up tho old threads. In no other 'Way-, can; I ' account'- for so many radical changes at the one time. Kx ccedingly littlo can be carried forward unless n'ith considernblo alteration'. A ! cablegram has reached us—"The grmt dames of England forming a leagu i to w'ear their frocks as long ha possible." Lii .Mode evidently anticipated thfni nnd 'out-dated bvorything. A great gonoral i'i La Mode, waging eternal ivnr against her enemies. '1'hi...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ON ACTIVE SERVICE. LEAVES FROM A FIELD NOTEBOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 September 1915

ON ACTIVE . SERVICE. LHAVK3 FROM A FXKJ,D NOTE BOOK. 3'rofessor Morgan, in tho "Nimit.JOi.Vh Century," given tUo fol lowing striking narrative from liis field notes at tl'ic front In Flanders:— "Wo hud biisinetis vrjtU tho mairo of the communo of Riehebourg Ht. 'Viiasl. Anyone who looks nt A dtaff map ol North-west Franco will f""o that thoro nro two Itlchobonrgs; thoro is Itiehe bourg St. Vanst, but tliero i« »l»o Ric.hebouig l'Avofio, mid although thono. two comumuo'j nro Hcpn...teil by a baro throe or four Ulonmt s thou' was in point of cllmnle ft considerable differ ence between tho two. In 1 horns days wo had not yet taken N'euvo Cliapelle, and Kiehebourg l'Avone, which was in front, of onr lines, was considered '.uii: healthy.' Riehebourg yt. Viiast, on the other hand, was well bchin.i our lino:', and was considered by our billeting of ficorn quito a Rood ro.'idont ial neigli liorhood. "Wo had loft 'O.tl.'Q.,' and tutor xi journey of two hours or ho passed through Invent in",,...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ROMANCE OF A BLIND MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 September 1915

THE ROMANCE OFA BUND MAN. (My Kollirook Jackson.) If you worn to ask any huii<lre<l peo ple what physical calamity they would dread uiosL of ail, tlio reply in practic ally every ease would bo—blindness. it is not; easy for one possessing thi! trans cendent boon of sight to'look upon llni •loss of that faculty wil.li anything but <losj>:iir; 1ml, strangely enough, a more cheerful attitudo comes from tho blind thumselvt:. JS'o ouc would surest that those who firo blind wouln not prefer to have their sight, yet there i» perhaps 110 inif:fortline wJiieh ha:i produced Much courageous optimism as blindness. AVe htvvc ivH luiaril o£ grvi^t A!"'ivie:>.M, Helen Keller, who, blind almost from birth, hail not. only carved out for her self nil endur;ng place, in tho records of her nation, but has created something like a new world for the blind. And in our own country we have tlio noble example of Mr. (J. Arthur j'earson, af flicted with blindness in the ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BASUTOLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 September 1915

BfiSUIOL/iKD. The greatest authority <in tho Ha sutos and llnsutolnnd is in London. This is ill. Edouard .Jacottet, oi tlio Paris Evangelical Missi unary Society, who has spent the past 30 yours in Ilusutoland,. and is now on furlough. The work, of this society dates back to 1833, when Moshesh, the groatest of the Iiasiito chiefs, invited missionaries of Paris to Bettle in his country, and from that day until his death proved their firm friend. Jn con versa l ion with a representative of "The Daily Chronicle" M. •IncotLet said that U>;dji.v I jfil. ween one-fifth and one sixth oi the population was Chris tian, the total population being about ')()!!,lit natives and J,:!'.)<> .whites. It was Mosh>'.sh who weld ed tile various iiei'liua 11.1 tribes in to jl nation. '1 11<> progress of the f'.asuto.s is extraordiiuiry, not the least striking illusl ration of this being the genuine native literature which is developing. ill. .hicottet mention...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Midinettes' Wager. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 September 1915

Mi dinettes' Wager. —H-T For a bet six mii'liriottcs belonging to a well-known- 1'nris dressmaking o.st<i 1»1 ih 11111<■ 11J. , huvX' <;ut( put mill made a fashionable dre.-i.'i during a joiirnr.'y ■()!'• fc\v(;iitj-- minutes in n "tuba" truiii..; .-The: • diesis. ' wn» of pink chilton,_ and , -designed .in. tjic 'latest style with draped tunic and •lavish ortfc»ftflfa4atton°.' The design i(wnn, <jnly /submitted, to the mldincttes as thoy got into the trairf. As sbon as the train begun ;fco .:move -:tbe,: six." girls fell to - work. They had drawn .up a very elabo rate schedule beforehand, and each hold hop "liafticulAr task set'out.'" ■ One 9f them .rnndo one slerfvo, an other the other, another the bodice, and the fourth the skirt, while the fifth and sixth • put on the hooks and eyes and .attached the trim mings. As the conductor called out the name of. the last - station but one on the tu'enly minutes' journ»y the di'L'SS ' wua all but...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPECIAL GRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 September 1915

SPECIAL GRANTS. : Gratification is expressed by (ho Minister of Public'Works at the attitude which is being taken up by so.me municipal Councils regarding applications to-the Government this year for special grants for road and bridge wprks. . The pbiro of Albnr ton has wnRten- . to the.- i\Jiniri!er;' ■eay'ing it ifliibt tliQ'intention of the co.uncil to'-'applyfor -special .grants ■thi8;yearl:'^jbjt\forilio>i,c'(is&<i that tho; •council 'doea no't'r&fiuire •assifltance, b'tft bedauso./it desires to refrain from embarrassing the Government lay making' 'special demand# for money during-the present period of financial stress; A similar ,'attitudo was taken up .by dp. J'G. Robertsonr, who waited on Mr ,HaseUhorn/'on b'ehalf of Lexton shire council.' Ho •said his council was applyjng , for a ■grant of . L600 for load works,' but they were prepared to agree to tho 'Government taking no- action- in •conneotion with the, application, if •other municipal counc...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HARVEST LABOR, [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 September 1915

HARVEST LABOR, . ' At the last*-meeting of the Colac ■shire council a committee report,e4 in regard.io-labor required for har« vesting, that'in connection with the potato and onion crops the labor ■was of a particular type, and that ■class was not employed by the council. In the eastern districts the farmers could find sufficient assistance for the hay crops, but in the wheat areas in the northern part of the shire extra help would be" ■required. The report was adopted. Cr. Hancock moved that whore practicable'there bo a cessation of shire work from the middle of ^November to'the end of December' to enable the harvest to lie reaped. Cr. Baker said he vva.-i. opposed to any stoppage, as it. v.ould dislocate the work of the shire. Cr. Parsons said the farmers, in response to the State request, had put in larger areas of- wheat. Their sons had gone to the war, and in many cases the farmers were faced ■with the difficulty of finding labor for getting in their crops. The ■council was emp...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fed by a Shepherd's Dog. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 September 1915

Fed by a Shepherd's Dog-. 4 Ono morning n Scottish shepherd weut to inspect his iloolc nmong the Crnmpion Hills. His iittio boy of four years old accompanied him. A mist begun to rise, mid the «hep hord hurried on, leaving Ida little boy at a spot where lie said he would return to him. The fog grew denser, and some time passed before the shepherd hud rounded Ills flock. When he returned to look for his child, he could not find him. Me called long and loud, but there wis no answer. Then lie himselt lost his wuy, and not till the moon rose was he able to truce his wuy home. The little buy had not re turned, and all the next day his parents searched in vain. ITis dog, 011 receiving the ' accustomed ban nock in the morning; scampered oil nt full speed across the moor and was away all day. Next morning the sumo thing occurred. The fol lowing day the shepherd followed the dog, with the cake in his mouth, and watched him enter a cave. When ho camo up, there was his child unhurt, seated on ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, September 20. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 September 1915

COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL. , Monday, September 20. Present—Crs. Daffy (president), Nelson, Parsons, Meredith, Hancock, Dunoon, Johnstone, Thomas, Baker, Oockerill, M'Lennan. Corxcsoondonce. From Stnte Accident and Insur ance Office, advocating support from the council in regard to employers' liability.—Received. From Colac and District P. and A. Socioty,applying for Wednesday, November 10, to be gazetted a pub lic holiday, in connection with .the society's annual show.—Granted. From Cressy School Committee, asking the council to make the Yarrima road,in front of tho school, free from water. It was in some places 8 or 10 inches deep and was banked back for 50 yards after heavy rains.—Referred to tho riding mem j bers for consideration with tho esti mates. ' • From Assistant Chief Engineer Tor Railway, Construction, stating that lie hud promised to malco a further rVcorjjmefidiUion to tlio chief engineer in regard to repairs to road diversion ' noar "Poornuet railway station.—Received."; • ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Pioneer. CRESSY. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 September 1915

Cbe pioneer. CRESS*. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 29. "The responsibility of Liberals is greater now than ever," said Mr Cook in his address to the j delegates attending the annual conference of the People's Party. "It did not matter in one way to politicians in the Federal Parlia ment if the Referendum were carried. They would have more power to handle, but it would strike the people on the land dif ferently." And Mr Hagelthorn, Minister of Public Works, who also addressed the delegates, was as emphatic in his assertion that national efficiency and national economy can be secured only if enthusiastic Liberal workers out side the walls of Parliament edu- i cate the electors. Wisely or un wisely, we have formed Australia into two political camps and have squeezed out the independent, it follows that a man can remain M.P. only so long as he haa the support of the majority of one of the two parties in a constituency where it is in tha ascendant. Those who must always consider the winning of a majo...

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 — 29 September 1915

CHURCH SERVICES. ETHODIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, OCT 3, 1915. Cressy, 11 a.m. Crebsy, 7.SO p.m. Werneth, 3. RESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, OCT 3.1915. Cressy, 11 s.m. Foxhow, 3 p.m. Berry bank, 7.30 p.m. JgOMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. - SUNDAY, OCT 10, 1915. Cressy, 9.30. Don't lend your newspaper to any person who can afford better than yon lo become a subscriber, bnt who | is too mean to pay I he small rate for r subscript ion.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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DERBYSHIRE NECK. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 September 1915

DERBYSHIRE NECK. ]!y the term goitre is meant :i chronic enlargement of the thyroid gland, which is placed immediately over tlie neck. One of 1 ho chief duties of this gland in to stove and distribute tho lime salts needed by the body. Hence, when peo ple live in districts where tliore is . an | excess of inorganic lime in tho water, enlargement of this organ is apt to occur. Tho limestone of Derbyshire district becomes dissolved in the water supply, and so goitre is very provalont there, and tho n;une "Derbyshire neckJ' lias often boon applied to it. It will be obvious lo most people that if drink ing water saturated with unusablo inor ganic limo Halts is the cause oi' goitre, the remedy is to remove the cause. This 1 can bo done by using distilled water ex clusively, both l'or cooking and drinking purposes. A gooil still may be pur chased and a daily supply of distilled wate# in this way is obtained. , o

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 September 1915

CHURCH NEWS. It is usual for the Crossy Presby terian church to hold its anniver sary celebrations early in the year. But that custom has been broken this year. However, it is better late than never, so the Cressy Presby terians have decided to hold special services on October 10th, when Rev. II. Fletcher, of Q-eelong, will pieach, and a to* and concert on Tnesdaj evening, October 12th. Patrons aro promised a good programme. The Rev. E. M. Baird passed through Cressy last Saturday week on his way to Lismore. Mr Baird is making good progress at Terang. lie will probably take- a Sunday's services in the Cressy parish in December. A meeting was held in the Fox how Presbyterian chtiroh a short timo ago to consider how some help might be' given to the fund for wounded Soldiers. About twenty fivo people were present. It was finally decided to hold a. (lower show and sale of j.'ifts at Foxhow on. Thursday.iind Friday, October 28th and 2!)th. Several promises of help have been already recei...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CHILDREN'S BREAKFAST. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 September 1915

THE CHILDREN'S BREAKFAST. I'orridgc, with sugar and milk, makes a. good breakfatd. di»h for growing chil dren. The porridge mu t l>e we'l-cooked over night, ;ind warmed iu tbo luorn ! ing. It is cheap and nourishing, and helps to mnko bone. Jt prevents rickets. When a child's legs begin to bend, you , say, "What a pity tho child began to walk too hooii." There you. arc wrong. No child begins to walk too noon. The instinct of tho infant is a suro guide, lie will crawl, and then hold on to a chair while ho stands, and then toddle all in hiii own good time. Jf his bone.i are not strong cnongh to support his frame, it. is his mother's fault for not giving him porridge with sugar and milk. J'erhaps the poor mother has a hard slrugglo to make both ends meet, and cannot get enough food for the children. She should then itpplv for help. Jiickets cannot bo allowed to liourish as a disease in the British Em pire. liicketa is a fearful disease. 1 have, rejected many recruits, an Knglish doc...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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FAREWELL SOCIAL TO MR. C. A. EARLES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 September 1915

FAREWELL SOCIAL TO MR. C. A. EARLES. I A farewell social waa tendered | to Mr C. A. Earles, by the mem bers of the Creasy Turf Club, and other townsmen, last Thurs day evening iD the mechanics' hall. There were about 60 pre sent. Apologies were read from Drs. Wood and Turner, Messrs F. Turner, M. Hickey, Gilmore, Yarra, J. Calvert, B. Willis, and Warne Bros. The president of the Cressy turf club (Mr C. Klein) occupied the chair. He said, in opening the proceedings, he did not in tend giving a long address, as he could see people " bristling with elocution." They all knew th® purpose for which they had met that evening—to say farewell to Mr Earles, who waa leaving the district. Personally, he hnew Mr Earles for the last 7 years, and he had always found him a man of his word. He occupied the position of president of the Creasy turf club for the past two years, and was retiring on account of the bank closing down here,of which he was manager. He (the chairman) regretted Mr EarleB' depa...

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 — 29 September 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age BOLSOIN FU1E AND VERY WHOLESOME. • DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 TEARS. MAQNIER'8 Pure French Grape VBRANDY Cognac The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh Founded 1779. Stewarts Whisky A 8TRAIGHT TIP •« DRINK18TEWART8 I " FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivalo fiui! perfect your ideas. Experiment Tito world is nn^cr for something now, which, however simp'1' it may bo, will savo labor or expense., or do tilings bettor. Let it bo more convenient, or promote pl"n<o]ro -re duce waste. People who handle things in every day use nro III') natural inventors ol hotter thing.1!, and tli0 natural capital ists of to-morrow. Head the splendid advice lliat hdiJ-on gives. Learn tho pioreduie as to patenting in tho cliiel mimlnoi—then se.curo your own leRal monopoly for yo'ir rights by becoming a patentee. .2. If that workman or foreman. i>r your ingoniotis friend has produced » I clover invention, put him no (In; trad: of famous nnd wealthy inven...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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SLEEP BEFORE MIDNIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 September 1915

I SLEEP BEFORE MIDNIGHT. Jt is widely known that anaemic girla may lonpr bo trcatoil with want of auc ccss until they are compelled to culti vate the habit of going early to bed. And, though strong and vigorous young lwou may.with apparent impunity cou timio to'hoar tlio chimes at midnight, middlo ago ofton announces itself by somo dullness of the i'aeultiCB on tho days following shicli oxperionces.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 6 October 1915

Water Lifted 500 ft PUMPED A MILE. it a Coit of Id. per hoar yjH FARM PUMP m J KNGINE will do ihu S u«:!ird !o § windmill «r aj- I moit «ny pump in 3 minute*. I Needi iio intthamel© fix of I np'rate, and work* all day I without attention. Hun- ^ Prlco, £35 l(l1rc':^n"'!d 'ntl 8'vi°1' "u" j with Magneto. c °n' : I I Jl interrivt) in wilct lUpp'y of uriailioo, atat* j your, working conditions and we will quota. I We iiock Steam, K*rc»enc, Petrol and Hot'Air I I Engtnri. *m' 1 I "Gould'i," and "UrminaY' I'untpi for all lerricej. I Maekic'i l*ock and Water Bo.'rr. Working Head* < and plant* for de<»p well and l;ore puniping a ipadalty. | [ lament ifocki "Challenge Windmill# and wilff j I supply accc»tnrie». We eieclpUntiif required and | give e ly tetmi. Catalogi and expert advice free. 1 Langwill Bros. & Davics [jj; | 110-114 Slurt St. (n»*r Princi Hiidge), Sth. Mclb. J • HEBE3S o BHBBSS93S eMH HIKHIHIKIHlHilMI MEN-WOMENI I Hnow'lbal tp*cl*t4(»eaa«aof cn«a...

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A MILLIONAIRE'S MEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 6 October 1915

A MILLIONAIRE'S MEAL. A:i old in,'in, wln).'.n millions wero /ill tlit. timo rolling up other millions for him not 1<JU|4 since happened to notico tho diniiCi' packet of a hoy who had lately enteral liis office, and who lived a long way from tho office. Tho hoy whs out, at tiin moment, and n. certain reminiscent, hall-tender curiosity temp ted tin- millionaire to undij tin; pack ago, There were two meat .'-nndii idles, *101110 bread and clic'sc, and an apple turnover. Tho old man smiled; lor a iiiiimfit lio uas a hoy again, and the littln packet before him was liko the <11113 ho had himself carried oO years at;"- ll,r- office-hoy's info was a study when ho returned and i;aw his dinner being consnmod. "Thai's my dinner you're eating-" lie exclaimed indignantly. "I know it,, my hoy," returned flic Gihcr, still fimili/igi "but yon must lei me linish it now"—taking another hito at tho turnovur. "Here's enough to got yon another dinner"—and ho band od, tho astonishe...

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