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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 February 1915

FOR WOMEN (!'y "A mlirusino. *') Delightful lingerie dresses' aru seen Oil airsidctsV Some express the tunic, ami koino as regards skirt, linos aro plain. A dress of the latter typo is figured crepo, high waist, drapy blouse witii "V" to waist, with net inset. The ;s bordered with insertion, which repeats on cuff .and lower part of skirt. Charm is given the blouse .section by the shoulder yoke sleeve. Dresses of Lhis kind should ,Jmv« an early Victorian air, when the dainty dresser always looked as though she had stopped out of a picture frame. A couple of rases at the end of "V" give life to the gown, and « black vel vet ribbon is employed for a girdle., once round, then looped to front hip, with catch and streamers. The all white dress is ever popular. iJere, then we see what excellent results are attained with working flounces—foot of skirt, 11 ml two tunic- flounces. Th" blouse will have a yoke and upper- part will be of same, the other of the plain am! drapy. A cross-over blous...

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 — 4 February 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusticu».") ^ Ai-coiding to nil experience wc are upon tlm lean your just past. High hopes arc entertained by the heads of tlie Agricultural Department. They arc convinced that the expectation of the Ministry that Mifliri-'ii t tvijl bo sown (o yield ,10,000,01)0 bushels is rea sonable'. Dr. Cameron, tlie Director of .Agriculture, says, that an announce in en t made by Mr. T. Young, of Young Hros., at Horsham, that W'iuimcra ' rul ers would put in double tlio custumary acrcage was comforting, especially as it. was no chance remark. News from other districts indicated that the pros pect of good prices--!)/- a bushel at least—was iii'lm.'in^ other farmers to prepare larger ureas' than ordinarily. Both Mr. Hutchinson, the Minister for Agriculture, and the Director agree that tho outlook is promising for next sea son, and they are sanguine of a rccord harvest. Mr. Hutchinson states that tin; Railway Department for tlio past three years lias been gradually increas ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXXVII. PEACE AND DISTURBANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 February 1915

THE MASTER PASSION. , "^r~7 Cff a rtbr; xxx v11.. x~ and jjls'fuituan0i2/ .".ilow,; lute you nic!f aaid Duval, aa A./'ilja -1 'in, with roay cheeka uml scanty allowance of breath. "You've scarcely time to snap up any 1 uiwhvvu before the carriagecornea,rouud." "I'm uut in the least hungry," lot lowing him into the dining-room. "Give me sonic salad ami a glass of claret; 1 don't, ttiiiit uiiything, else," as she iintiv<I lief bonnet-st rings, and' took ofl. ' her Veil. ■: •,. ,„■ • ' Ile'waiti'd on hor with unusual umti • luity, flitting some pickltd salmon on " * uer "plate, ami telling hor that she must eat it, as he did not want ascarecrow for a wife, .mixing some seltzer water with her elarct in the proportions that .she liked, ami picking out the pieces of endive in the salad, because he knew that she had a fancy for it. Klie was_ almost tempted to ask him if he took ' her. for anyouc else. All the afternoon Duval was in a peaceful state of mind, lying on (lie grass u...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RED CROSS SOCIETY. SUM OF £10,000 DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 February 1915

RED CROSS SOCIETY., , ^ ' 6 JF, SI'.M OK I; 10,000 DKSl'ATUirkl). ~~— A I, tin' last meeting of t!i'' ccnlr.il council of the Australian ((ranch ol'Ulie British Jlctl Cross Sooiel.v. held lit Fcdoral (joverument Hoiitso, it was mi iiniiiioiislv decided that .CIO,OIK) should l)i: cabled home to flic linlMi II >1 (Vonk Society. Included in (lie lolal weri' the following uinouuls from .New •South Wales£5(J0 to tlx- I'Yeneh If-■! Cross Society, UlOfX) lor I lie pn r<-li :i :-< ■ of two motor ambulance*, lor Colonel Newmark's field ambulance, and .L'llUDO sent to the British lied Cro.'s Sneji |y for general purposes. Included in (lie sum »'as 1:1,1.10 collected In' the resi dents of Toorak for the pnrclniM' ol, tyro . motor ambulances for' the • .A us tralian military hospitals. It was re ported that t!,-r>00 oases of j;uods had been hoiiI to the Hiuh Commissioner':. Odice, I/oiidon, where a special olljeer had been appointed to deal with this uC\i of tlio wor...

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 — 4 February 1915

CRBSSY TURF CLUB. SHIMMY, litis m. ms. l'MsW«nt; Iff G. A. E*r!«*. Vie« pfeiidenC* i Umhts C. t&cln, D. II, Gib tan, I. £t&rert, D. V. S Krfth and i. W*IIm r, Slisulfcspper; Mr T. Otrgy. Ss*£}>r#; M«*sr* II. ?{#w tost, (*, Hajc*r*n<i V. Ptnda*, ; Mr W. T. itflw*. 2<eward* ; Mjm*?# C. M'iCrasi'*. A. »r?*'TefJ, J. A. T. G{!«hri»t, 13. IT. Oifrf.3^ M. fcS'5 W, fr. ?U*«, Ffm B»c« Sti.fi;t it £.3(? p-.ra, — PROGRAMME. — TRIAL HAWMCAl', £K. J furlong j For tiowe* tfcsc hxv-s rarver wcti * j prisf £10 in any one raes ! on the fiat. ^nJritr.aftcE:, 20/. NOVELTY PONY RACE. £Vf. it furlongs. For ali pokier 12.S to J 14,1 harwf*. fVrryard* allowed for | ereryfneft under-H.t. AH ponie* ] to- run ol? Usmc distance mark*, i B«fC thrae performance* Co b« *#nt witfp «rif.rf. Nomination, Iff/. CRBSSY HA M If ICA P, £17. One mil*. Nomtnstian. 10/. DISTANCE! HANDICAP TROT, £12. li mile*. Sdw.mi 1Wr»e to rewire £2 out of the staVo. V„T. A. Rule*. W«igi'»ta to &a...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 February 1915

: TURF TOPICS (Ity "I'Moin in j'ton.") j- "'"-f-k. « (|;i SOllflllcJ .iM I tJiis '-ri)Ji])»!)' iir In A verse. ,11 has since Jiccoimi : iiicruic-iunl.v evident that '-.tlio JiliiuWiiJ au'tT.:>.peiMi,v ijijjlui' t''fi Knjdish bred Dimi'i• is jxivinn; :ii<t trainee .borne ,aii.\ii.'ty, • , s >\\;i;)'.se ,.js fjlill !,1 Kleliiin^iiS 'Ait' ixln' is' vi'ry ' I'jH'cJV ftsktyl' „uilT, "i'i:' canU'i-. 'Hi.i ;i». Ii<• I Unit -all'-is,,*Stfj't \vn itli -lifci. avc-So;^#^ fe4> i»-i %r lior airtu'unilJSnt in, $)<♦ meatilijjJT^tiif^.^^/w? iiifJttlil i»-' IH t:& -j l $ PiHe fi"ir >Inet- Cni-ii/oilt;, •w iMut la Mt'»4 ■"1,111 : K.\i'v\;i.\;ur* (jilvrjMMlt'. HI/ uiu. • m-nt- Nations limn tlio probablu'inWoiiK' of the aut umn racing carnival. Here and tlidru,; one Iloa/ssh"na&vJ i ktiAllio NoHiiinrlLpf riVUdi.-Austriilinii?;0ijp,'irIimxiisiftr* 1 ■?ieCt11 ja.'j* ifliutfli (>b 1 iv.i<>:iiH-rto£'_e11 ii5set|-emji'ijtltlifwS ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Biblical Town Located. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 February 1915

Biblical Town. Located. I'mfessor Selliii, 'the excavator ot Jericho, has. achieved u. new tri umph (>y th« (.oration of the Xb reelitish city of Shevliem, which Is nsaoritt'C'l in. tho .Bible with' the iiarne-i of Abruhum, Jacob, «.iu' Jn:id km the enpitsl i>f King Jeroboam. I.'ntil lately thu sit® of SUechjuti luiJt ,l>o«i a matter ei dispute. Professor Soil in located it as lyiiitf under a Jo* hill at Bt luta, a !<l)ort distance east of this, modern ■ fotvit.ii/ -XaMud'. Ju«t r« co.itly 'ha Irnd the autiHfaetioa ot • pro\ing. rhimself to ltd ritfht. Ks cavRliotis,-••arrltfd on partly »t tiva co-.t .f the Vienna Aiadomy of Science, rovoaled great parallel wjtli* in no way inferior to the UefViK'e* unearthed by Kellin at .Jericho, Both wall# on(l in towers, . which ar<j »uppos«d to refireeent the city gotta. Many valuable bronze* ami roreruic relics were 'found, the de posits dating from Canannitish up in Greeic vinieo. The client a! the ruins prove* ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Voyage to Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 February 1915

In Svliicy. A muniiM uoiniiii nalncil HoliocM I'lilVonl, ■ !*. proprietor of :l JVntfUinuil :it lllll. KiiiK-stm'i^'city, win; mlmitli'il to M.i'llioin ie' I! of.pil a! on Snlunlay siilVcrin- from »l rycliniiii! puis oiling. I'Yk'ii'ls "ho Weill lo III.' Iim* j,il:il"uith llii' woman ili<l mil k'IVi' iul.v particulars us to how slic <•;«me lo b«* poisoned.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
His Grace Ungracious. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 February 1915

His Grace Ungracious. "Net without difficulty, th» yoiijiff. l.'ulio' -of KnigllUbridg:*— fainUiarJy koowii as tho " NlghA blrd"—)iu<\:ti^n p«rgu«dedb to ncoapt *ja tavit.iit;ig_ii.-, to lunch nt. <tie Vcom ■nodloufl (itid- noll-uppoiiilcl" rtei dmacy .of Air. : Kolls-Ilasher, tU« Soap Emperor. • • • Towurdfl the end,of tho nipol th«: t»nin.l Bou.p . emperor grew m<iM (uiii mora dvpr^eoed. Not ouo o£ his rre(\9Ur«e, had aroked tho ftiint ent flificer oit ducal approval. in ' a" frenzy at diwpair, J.Ir. flanhw »Iay«KJ his trump e«rd, #on»o pri<?« km i*ai>o!«on brajNly, declared l.v tU» gr«nimt cormol—iurt to lt« t tit tints' liqa««r ttuit •vsr t, gourmet eculd (Swl'f-e. UfittbU to contain hlmault longer, oJJ R«.*h«r- botit mtoh th* tabla ■al'.b. bulging aye*. "What do you think of this brajndy, Duka h« oakod, with tremulous i*nitili(.y. "Not bud, eli 7" 'ill* "Night-bird" slightly opetwJ one tie,. Bt.nadioil his monocle, and favoured hi-...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CATCH CROPS FOR FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 February 1915

;; " ;" CATCH CROPS FOR FODDER. Tho value of a mixturo of vetches tJliiU^.biu\ley., for. providiii^... u - liberal jimount i ot* :focdiiig for milking stock at periods ol* (ho year when pasture* must In; Mupph.'monted has been well demonstrated at I in' Moumaliaki i'Jxpu Miincnliii l-'aiin. Ufi Ilio l>t5i,.V»ari',h | of* last year a live a<'n- Held of ryo | stubbie was disced and howii with vut* ••lies ami parley, the seeding being, at I he rati- of 'Z\[t buHhrM. per aero,'/ Hint tliu manuring J .cwt. of Tltomri, pliOB ! phal.e jicr 'Twenty fattening Inillorks I'm lopping ulV after beinjj bruti^hl lo »ihh) i-omlilion un swedes— wtifW tiir)h'-< fin to' thia j^ro^'tH'," ly''In. [ in-' on ~f»Hi .lun*v f»«>d *o» , tlx- > i ii ,\„\\ !h-\ iVHi1 in prinii; mar [ lifting form. Tin* twenty builoelcH let'I I I off tnn <*rop-onion down'hard. Oii Iho ! 171 h of I lit* .sum' nnjnlli twenty store .bullocks ucji- turned in, ;iud tho bito of ^reen sltilV re...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Four-mile Tunnel. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 February 1915

A Four-mile Tunnel.. I ♦ 7"b» Mont dV)r tunnel txtwecn l'Vance a.r,<l Switzerland, on vrlilch t:oring ui>ornti»ns' lV;;nn nearly thrca Tfca.ro iu;o, w«a pierced a fevy dayn a^o. 'At halt-pant, seven . In (lid evening ihn two t.oriiiK ihiii;ii which had hoeri advancing from th* th* French side* met and <liook tMii'is, ami it v.n.3 found that tho «>{ln«sr.i had CAlculatuii th<» cutting with the freatest accuracy, J h« tiinnol, which in. :,2 miles long, burxn through the Jura mountain* frotn Frasna to Vnjlorbe, thun' ob' Tlatlng an oleven-mih! detour by Fontarlier, and should have piorced two month*! ni^o. TIi» worlc, !io«9vcr, wan delayed by the t«.p plriff of u. nmntiar <i( un.iuapeciaa tj.rlng-i which had heen pumped dry. The rvotrtjsh of water at one time reached 2,200 gallons a second. It is hoped to open the now line <Arly jjoit ycur. The line, by shortening the journ^ from I'aria to Laueann*, will bring the winter reso...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHAT EVERY BEEKEEPER SHOULD KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 February 1915

; WHAT EVERY BEEKEEPER SHOULD KNOW. ? 5'W>rt~Mlltnviii;V routl<'ii:<fil fitut piikmiIs jvluil, all., .ticukccpnrs uliould know iinil pnij/tive.aie tu lie 1'ouml in a p111) lic:;itio')i'sbi! _ tli'o In>1 i;i>i;i Kxporimcnl f>l;ilion, ti.y.A,:— }>{ IJjyiu.r .liuuey; <loe» granulate. ltoiiry<Uhnh:: ';iio wl iiiauiil'arLun:'.!. "Any old thing" ilwn not. make ;i Mailable hi\.o in ivliicli lokeep been. ar^—TMiitod IjiiI unou in Mi;;; "fives, unit (Jiciii'.'mit in l.he open :iir. ; Beea ilo mil bile holes in ripe I'niit, but they do suck the .juices after (lie openings have boon made. ^rJJiiC.H-inay liavo huiiid winilimi, tint iff-" nuraiit people give; then crediL fur mure knowledge J^buiutliey-.»poaHPHB.;.<' V**"? Jt does j.vsJtITyitHfofiyJ heels" iu't'o^Urc "biro 'liltiiiii'ctw uiiIoSh* there in plenty of expeiicnuu Lo back on some supers in the spring, ami tak ing 'off a erop oi'jKjXi^iiaiUrtTjo autuitiii.. Beating a...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Another War Terror. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 February 1915

! - r | Anothar War Terror. fslfluor CTlvl, un Italian, proffMKV to have inrent«d » niochin* whicti, if his claim can be rut*»tfintlAl«H, will add another horror to wuirfiur oxcooding anything hit fur to invent ed. According to tils «tot<miJni, (ho mnchino j>roj«:t» to any <li«taJK'<' rayo, doolgnated an ray», whicfo liavo ths potter of causing electric spark'* upon all metallic obJ«cf® with which they coma ir» aoutaeC. Should tho "F" raya be dirwtteA upon a huttloship, the el»ctrUr !»..arko occurring in tha nkajja7.in«» cans# the explosion of lh« ammuni tion. It would b» th* lata* witi: j powder ningazinca, ammunition w&g- ' gonn, loaded Rima, or anything *lM> containing explosive*. Signer I'iivt giro th» following account at hli first practical experiment: " Oa« evsniiiK 1 thought of projecting the- j j ' V ' ray* njjnlnst tha ifaa-rntstcr. E ! did ko. and Iho meter* blow up.. Uy j laboratory wns destroyed, and I mi* j raped hy n mira...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BELGIAN POMOLOGISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 February 1915

BELGIAN POMOU)GISTS;? ■ ... W'l :lre largely iliilcbtc.il til; f>elgui in i or man v ul our liuosl j'ruiinf inure i'i:iI]%• pears, |f we glance. down u Alot/ioiirne catalogue *Ve linil a griuillf', 11 inn 1)01- of names whicli i M'tii'Sit »■ tllci r origin. f-'oi", hundreds ot' ywirs tin; MelgUuia have liefn noted for their'1 linr Iii'iitluii', especially iu the briuwli of pomology, and "llie ./gardens ; tliu \e !»fi'ii. i^iini'hpil liv flip vari eties oJ. 1 niits .i'iii.scil i in" liravii !iti!»• Belgium. ; . -5; J:»' The lather,;ol. pomology,• in Belgium is generally' jcM-kij'iVv'!,*'to b«',AWjc/.Uiur-: 'l<>ii|)oijil;iHvh;);^iv'Hs\':iVonii9 iii,';.' •Jldiis iin 1756;:and^rccei veil- his 'piliiimtion' o«s»,;pop\l 1 iUS|>/j«2>Tro>tPS,?FM Mlou'r^M-W ceaiis'(a'nii(^i)iir'ix''^a,u/«r'liotii of.these arc'; wi(]ely't i;.uIti\*ale(I'Y/olitim is limit iii■■ n111' on -warm .jtQiJ?} iii:nl7.f>72at. fUapi'itihVi'iiiity ti che.lnist;froniiutJifibcl of Die Ciiioljit...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 February 1915

MELBOURNE LETTER ■ (Fiom our Special Owrespond.wil.) .Tliero aro mnuy deserving cases among tho unemployed, but their cause is''not being mndo, any hfrungej- »y_ • the k j'stericnl crowd who aro espous ing it and1 incidentally jotting a lot <iL the Jimelight tliiif is their de light. The. metropolitan evoning newspaper is the worst offender in i11t-v respect. Its campaign in the in-' ; terests oi' thoso suffering from the • stress of the tinio: i* spoilod hy maw kish sentiment und ill-judged tactics. Tho committee who liavq undertaken I c> collect' public subscriptions for relict ' fundrt and disburse the money have a jiuHoo-plensant taik, Strikc£-''.a (-his juncture,-and the general attitude '>1 '• tho' workers who get tho ear of tli< , .....i public arc not; calculated to loosen up , -the hold upon the money, on the 'part ] of those who have something to spare. A letter published in tin' press the other !-dn.y gives expression I" Cfflrtiy in I In* maile...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 February 1915

NEWS. SUMMARY ,;£fc 'is. ttititoiiiiocd l>y Uit!. ,.Vuvr -Smith Willi's Cm>\ CI'UL that- lliiMlliek shoot ing sca-on -.vi 11 open as'- usual, dii 1st.' r'cbrliiii-.v. ' Tlio result is- that the. Vic torian declaration 'of a closeseason dur ' nig tin! ..whole year will,'. a.loiig t lie border ,Ik< of little avail.' ■ Tlici'o are iin lagoons on this side of flic jj'iver, ,iui(l naturally t-lic' ducks. if-1 there are any, will remain in such puddles as .fhoy^cau-- lind over the border. j The i.Moii'ir :l,;ilu'-v a-' I'sti oritty liinini ol the wild" fowl' and kp'dilsmen, are»very lit ucl) ri.-iliK.iil in area, ami I lie *gujis Ironi .. Victoria will mi doubt mi''Monday slaughter. tie.' duck's there. * ' , '" Abnul .Mirlureii ' i- of- 'dillj'i'oiit, on i.lm .erection 'of the new .'postal .stores at Llie-conWr ol . Iloiirkc and Spencer streets- hfiVq dc; cidod to cont,j*ilniIe Clio per week: (^v cach per week) amongst tlieni I'oi", the . ircliuf ,uf .tubes ul distress eu...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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MR. SHAW TO IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 February 1915

MR. SHAW TO IRELAND. •Mr lli-i'naid Slum's i-nndiii:i' iuid de meanor since llio uiuniiioiicc.-iticiii of the war have not. pleased (lie major,|,y of his countrymen—"I'uncli" bus lieeii unusually scvnjT' on bis ill limed fleers and commits--but in a long letter )><• wrolo to tlic Irish press on Urn ,vitia tion, there. i^ some soiunl KeiiM' and excellent' patriot i'mii, 1/e says: ' '"J'hr Irishman who <Iof-'jij-t-s himself '.the i'j'iencl of J'otwlani, ilcc-iiii'c.s liim.vli tlio eJiemy of l'Yitiici^ ami if- there is olio i 11 -s fcii Ui lion on earth Unit" linn' stronger claims io tJio implacable poli tical Hostility" ol' (iverv extreme 'Dfiuu crat ft ml: . Jte|Miljlican than Dublin Castle, Hint institution is I'ot.sdum. tf tlid Kji/,']w!i an; wilinj; to slaild by llicir old enemy, is Ireland t?"in;i i" turn its back mi iis old friend Y II Konletioy is lo bo fought over ayiin, will tin* Irisli brigade betray its old comrades':' fcho French, for the sako of P...

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 — 4 February 1915

E. R. DAVIS,! Saddle, Collar A Harness Makers j CRESSY. | SADDLERY of Evary, Daserlptlon j made on th« Premises it Moderate ! Priced Collars s Speciality. Repaira Naatly Executed. ■ .Splendid Assortment of LADIES' and GENTS' BOOTS tad SHOES always on hand. " BICYCLES >nil Sundries alwaya on j hand for Sale, Hire or Exchange. Splendid Assortment of Secondhand Bicycles from £i up to £7. All new Bicycles built to order gusr anteed. ! Tyres and Tube's Stocked. H. & G. MOWAT, GENERAL'CARItlERS AMD FORWARDING AGENTS, Near Railway Station, 'Cre*sy. HAVING purchaocd the General Carrying: and Forwarding Buti- ; ness from Mr. H. C. Padgett we trust j that by careful attention to customer! | to receive the aarne liberal support accorded our predecessor. , Deliveries to all parts of the district, j Wood and coal in any quantity. ' Charges reasonable. ! Agents for John Bannister and Sons, I forwarding agents, end Edward*' Tan j Company. . j .— , • j * ear your I FRUIT AND VKBETABLAA r...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MARKETS. BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET, January 29, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 February 1915

THE MARKETS. .. . I BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRO DUCE MARKET, January 29, 1915. A. M. Greenfield and Co. renort There I* a strong demand for all de scriptions of produce at appended qnotations. Wheat is firm at. 7/6 to SI for prime milling. There is a strong demand for seed, and farmers from the north are scouring the country. Oats are firm and are making up to 4/6 for good heavy feed. Medium, 3/9 to 3)11. Seed sorts are enquired for, at up to 6/ for choice. I'ona nominally 6/ for hand threshed Duns. Barley is very firm, and bent Cheva lier malting realises 5/9, medium to good 4/9 to 5/3. Cape also is firm, at up to 4/6 formalting, feed sorts 4/ to 4/3. Potatoes: Carmen* £4, Pinkeyes £W0. Hay.—Very Arm at £7/5 for prime chaffing. Northern buyers are atill enquiring strongly for chaff. Straw, £2/10 to £3/5. Bran, £9/15. Pollard, £10/16. Flour, £16.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEEAC. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 February 1915

BEEAC, Trom Oar CorrM50ndM&. The local State school fcaffcttW* renovated, and was te-o&en*&}& the 25th ultimo. Mr h. BMjfr Mi3s Palethorpe, Mtaa Jamb Mr C. M'Master comprise $G0 teaching static. Severn? 900 seholars were enrolled. . _ A congregational meeting. 4& the Presbyterian Churcfe %*flf held in the church on WedrifiS$6&r evening to deal with the&aimeefr and some important matters left to a meeting to be he&t rffi# the #th inst., when delegeti# from other charges will be sent. It was decided, on voir motion of Rev H. F. Poatfe, hold a ehurch anniversary. Vtofr" ing the evening vocaf items WW# rendered by Miss Lily Miss Elsie Gray, and Mr AJiflK> MJKenzie, The Presbyterian Sunday«fe#«® picnic was held at Mfc. Beem Saturday last. A large nuggts#!?' of adults, besides the paw«4#f and children, were preseafc. Ufi#' teachers eatered we!I for amusement of the ehiltfrefiv Games and races ware provided, and a fishing p...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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