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His Grace Ungracious, [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 December 1915

His Grace Ungracious, 1 -* *!v i i> * ** " Not ' without (lilliculty, the young Duke of. Knighisbridge— furliiliarly ' known an the " N'ight hird'.'-^-had been persuaded 1 o "accVlit an Invitation to lum'lj..ji(. l.lin-"com modious und 'welUuppoiiiied". resi durvce of Atr. Itolls-.Iliisher, the Soup I Emperor- ■ • -- Towards the end of the meal tlio genial soup emperor grow mora ojiii mora depressed. Nor, -one o't his treasures hud evoked tin: faint est flicker of siucul approval. In ' u frenzy bt despair; Mr. liasher pluyed iii.'i trump curd, some' price less Napoleon., brandy, decl:n;v.-d by the greatest connoisseurs to be the finest liqueur that: over a gourmet could desiro. ' .• Unable to contain himself longer, old ' Kuslier bent across tlie tidde with bulging eyes. "What do you t-hiril; of tlii* brandy, Dulce ?" he asked, with tremulous geniality. "Not bail, eh?" The "Night-bird" slightly opened one eye, steadied hlB monocle, and favoured his host with a. blank stare. "Er—n...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANCIENT AN[?]ESTHETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 December 1915

ANCIENT AN/ESTHETICS. To nuppoRO that tho surgical tiso of anroBthoticn, oilhnr gonoral or local, in peculiar to modern timos, in a populnr fallacy. Dr. ,T. doFenton, in tho "South African Journal of Scionc.o," point« out that various nnmstliotininj; medin and methods vroro, in fact, well known both in antiquity and during tho Mlddlri Ageii. Homer mention/! the uniostliotic ofl'octs of nepentho; TTorodotun Htatos that tho BcytbianH obtained nimilar of foctrt from tho vupoura of homp, pro duend by throwing hemp liood on hot Btonon. A Ohinoso physician of tho third century B.C. gave bin jiationtii a yiropnration of liomp to mako thorn in nonBililo during mirgical operations. Tho most important anmstbotic of ancient and mediroval times wns, howovor, vrino of numdrngora, tho lino of which is men tioned by a groat number of oarly wri ters, and i3 roforrod to by Shakonpoare. TiT^ro recently, in thn year 1700, the flerman Hurgoon, Woiw), bottor known an Albimin, amputated tho foot of Augnn...

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 — 1 December 1915

i A Four»mile Tunnel. • I ■ . • The Mont <l'Or tunnel tjotweon Kntnce mid Switzerland, on w'hich boring operations beijutt neurly thrco years ngu, : was pierced U few • days ngo. j\L hult'-pnst seven. in till' evening the two boring gangs which had'been 'u'lviiMcii'ig- from the Swiss the Ki'imjcIi side*. met and ' shook hands, and it v.a.1 found thfct the engineers had calculated th"» cut!iirff Willi the great f-st nccunlcy. 'I lie tunnel, which is milefj long, bores through (lie Jui-.i mountains. from I-'rnsne to * Vallbrh'.'; tlids ob viating an oleven-m>Hv detour 'by. . 7'ontarlier, mid should liavo. been pierced two month:? "go. The work, "howevor, was, delayed by the tap ping of n number of unsuspected springs; which hud been pumped dry. The -outnish of water at one Urns readied gallons a 'second. It is "hoped to open the new line early, next year. The line, by shortening the journey froiij Paris'....to l.itusiirmo, will bring the winter resorts of .the Jura- moun...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORKERS' VISIT TO TRENCHES. CHEERFUL CONFIDENCE." [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 December 1915

WORKERS' VISIT TO TRENCHES. " CllEHIiFUL COtfTIDENOLV' : '' Deapito ovcry disadvantago, our lighting men only unit that, an thoy arn loyal to utt, ivo at homo shall bo loyal to thorn, and mjo Hint no net of ours hnmpont, ovon in tho Blightoot dogroo, tho supply, iji-^ovor-increauinjj qunntiv tl<Ps;..{ff uholf and ovary kiud-of' indtLi tron of "vur. Without theoo success la impossible, but with tlioin, if ,wo may ,-judgo from tho expressions of thoao beat able tp 'Xorm a judgment;'buccobb Buf'od." • So iitfltod tho Nowcnnllo deputation, aolectod by tho National Advisory Com mittoo .on War .Output, In. a xoport on their visit to tho front. Among tho iropreosionB that, tho party formed woro tho following:—That thoro cannot bo tho lonnt doubt about tho goodwill prevailing botVoou offlccrti'mid mon; tho. cheerful confidence nn to tho final rofuill. of Ibo war which was ckarac tcrifltic of nil rnnlin; whatovor thoro may hnvn boon in tho past, thoro nooma to bo nplendid oj-ganin...

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 — 1 December 1915

A. (i. I'ROUDI UOT & TiiKftcR Barristers and Solicitors, COLLINS HOUSE, Hfii> COLLINS S'l'f, MELBOURNE "X,l K. -r i; v rr(.Krw R'WI). M i.> '-i. v "O ;■ i (ist "pa Tint DAY Kn»1 f'WU.ujn;' Monday in "»ch w«»nt h. CroflRV —-Trj V*K.KN7*1K Lnnd And Commission A vent. [A OAttl*.] NURSE GRAY, '' L0r HAII '£», " B ft SAO. Ao.i^'in'no!zt.ion-fur I'KtiTifH, ' UKT KUOR FHpn AMD VEGETABLES FKOM J. GANG ELL, FRDITKHKB # GREBNUKOOBE. - ' ncVKRfncY-STHBKT. I'hi H-»> ■>' Kvorything' Kept. Krogb Bnpplj D*i/J. • •>...»•« Ooni«otion>!r7.. Bummer Drinki. FRT5SH PISH every Thursday through the winter. F.PHILLIPS '• " FAtlILV BUTCHERS, DD,VPENKY-8TREET, OBEJWT PRIMA BKEF^ MUTTON, LUtfi. - PORK ETO. ' All Ordori Promptly Attended-To. F*mil: jDppliucl with Meal of I*'1 n >ty at .Toiipojiablo ,prje»«. Th« ,r of jour pa'tronag# r«w»e* fnlljp ffolicftad. DON'T r-:" .1 Bnconmtjfi City Prin leiv.. Tliny are no clicapnr nn>l tl|(3 woi k Ih no .better than the Pir>n'ePr'a. DO...

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 — 1 December 1915

Biblical Town Located. Professor Sellin, the excavator ol Jericho, litis achieved a now trl unipli by the location of the Is raelilish citj of Shechein, which is associated in the Ilibie with the names of Abraham, Jacob, and Joseph, and wiis the capital of King •Jeroboam. Until lately 'the - sito , of Shwlinm has hi'cn a, matter ol dispute. I'rofcssor Si'liin located it iiB lyins; • under a H>w hill at' ' Ha lata, a sli.urt' -distance ruSiU of tlifl • modern town of. Kahlua. .JuHl,re contly lie had the .. km 1 isfacljon of proving hi'niKeif to be right. I5x cavationq, carried on partly at thg. 'coat of the Vienna Academy of iScienco, revealed greut , parallel walls vin. no/way, ijiferipr. tactile . defences, unearthed b$ • Sellin at )jericho?' 'Doth-. wfi,llf) "end.in tower's; whi'c'li'-aro ' supposed ; to Represent tifo ■ city gates, Many-valuable ° bronze .and ceramic relies W6r6' fount!;" the do'-' .posits dating fro'm Canaaniti.sh up., to Greek, times. The extent of t,l\o rui...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. NEW INVENTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 December 1915

COMMONWEALTH- PATENTS. - . NEW INVENTIONS Application;, fur loiters patent, as under-mentioned, havo hr-cii lodged re tenth* with the eommirjiottir. Messrs G. G, Ttirri and Co., patent attorneys, of Tho lUalto, Coliius Street, Mcl bourne, have prepared this report from olticial records: — Tho 10 implications first. mentioned utu accompanied by complete specifi cations. Harvesting .Machine Ground Holler. —Ilou'den, 17H'.)]. Vnpour Check for Milkin;; Machine:.. —Edwards, 1785-'!. Undercarriage tor Foiir-ii-)ire)od Veh icles.—Borland rind Boswcll, 178-19. Fluid Compressor.—Ik-mUl, 178'X) (convention). Operating Kk-ctric Kitrmw.-es.—llov i "K, 17801. Garment Fastener.—liradbtiry, [7810 Leather Dressing and Finishing Com pound.—Saudlan', 17851. Electric Furnace.—Hoving, ]7h(i2. Telegraphy.—Mujrbead and Co. Ltd.. and fjqtujir, 17805 (convontion). Boriug Hits.—.Morgan and Another, 17*7!) (convontion). Gas linth Heater.—Hi ley, 17817. Laminated Springs.—Drown Bayley's vStcol Works Ltd., 178...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE JET-HUNTER'S FOSTER SON CHAPTER XXIV (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 December 1915

THE JET-HUNTER'S FOSTER SON , Uj IKWLN ULAUKU. CHAPTER XXIV (Continued). "I wonder if rt foroignor did writo it/' rapped out Mr Marsh. Hut lio quickly reflected that no alien amongst us, no G<-rcii.-iu clerk or waiter, ■■ no I^ft-ncTi language' master or teacher of iftlKie, no SwifK uliopkcepor or Italian confectioner/ could possibly have known or carod, about a i;rea-u sum of inonoy to which Violot was entitled. And nt tho jnontioa of such n sum, vuguo re t-ollftCftinns recurred to Mr March's mo rn,ory, such fiH triusod him to tap Ii>*i forehead, nnd purso up his lips, find frown until his faco wan oil wrinkles. mny have, Von," muttered .Mr Marsh—1"of courso it mny have been. ..Oencral Yorke, it was thought, u o;ild hqvo mado his nieco hm heiress— nnd .Violet wuk her only ehild; yot, I hav^.siieiv his will, with no mention of thq'Annie .of Mowbray in it, and be queathing what lie lim! to leave, to more <Ji.stn»s kinsfolk. He nas reputed rich, but report pla...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for giant (if coinpleto ; letters patent UxJRott- in- tho following ilium's linve been accepted by l',n coln" ; mifisioncr. Jiessrs G. (». lurri and (<>., patent attorney*, of Tho Uialto, Col lins Street, Melbourne, liavo prepared tliin report from tlio official rccoids. I-iold Gate Lntch.-W. S. 11 iclion Imtham, Vic., No. .17226.—An adjust able escapement controls the t>m<> ot closing.' ■ <... Gates.-—W. S. JJ.ickcnbotham, Vie., No. l<S7Gtl.—To hold Rates open for a limited time, there is an automatic ve 'loasing latch, controllo<l by a brake fan, operated by tlio gnte closing pres sure. " Weight Operated Field Gate Latch. —W. S. Hickonbotham, Vic., No 10.0J. - -IIoKIh sdt' closing lield gates open for » limi'totl tijnb. t:iie<»o.-rS. 'II. llartmnnn, Vir., No. 1G7I1.—'i'o reduce tendency of chco-u to not Itfo'uldy, the v.-hoy is evaporated, and tho product mixed with' twice...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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THE JET-HUNTER'S FOSTER SON CHAPTER XXV.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

THE JET-HUNTER'S FOSTER SON * ■v. < IIy 'tinV UN ' CIjAll K E. " OHAI'TEK XXV.—(Continued;. A -clan^clniigiiig of tho doorbell, violently pulled, and tho rat-tat of tin: rusty door-knocker, long disused, inter rupted Mr. Langton's disquisition upon Xft'polcon thu Grand's abnormal love j of reading, uvun, in the midat of all I tin; cruci realities and liaril struggles of Kuropenn war. "Who can it be/" usked Mrs. Lang ton, in surprise, not because of the vehe meneu with which the bell was rung, but on account of thu fact that the obsolete knocker was so suddenly im pressed into the service r,f notifying an arrival. " ,Nonc of the neighbours, I ; am sure, ^vuuld think of knocking, in the country here. And i think 1 •v- hear the stamping of a horao'n feet, too, on tho gravel. Homo /ly from tho] railway station at Contend, or Dime- I bprotigh, perhaps, .but who ■" ,JLr.- Marsh I " announced tht> Hur ried >houseinnid, and in, with almost alarming suddenness, bolted the ba...

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 December 1915

Western Plains Farmers' Co operative Society, Ltd, Cressy, Rave everything replete and com plete for the Harvest season on the I Plains. Agenta for FARMERS' ft SETTLORS' 00 OPKRAtlYC INSURANCE CO., Of Australia, Ltd. who are prepared to accept all elaaiea •f Insurance Kitka at Loweat RaUi. Baildinf •, Oropa, Workers' Cam pausation, Acflidaat, Hailstone, Lire Stock, Me. WATCH THIS BPAC1. Saaeial Yalu« !■ Ilarratt Oila, Ywime; Me., n( all lirrMt la tniratfantf. CHA8. D. ItOSS Mm gm. C. KLEIN u. nM 4.aam|! l jorout won ■ ii <■ fcr •! P.d.. NOTICE. QOPIBS of the " Creair m& Utman Pioneer"maybe it 8. H. MASON'S General Store, CrMif, . _ . | A. G. PROUDFOOT & TURNER, ' B&rruters and Solicitor* COLLINS HOUSE, IftO COLLINS ST!, ilBLBOUB^B MR. TURNER Tlniu Cre««y REGU LARLY on the FIRST SATUR DAY and following Monday in emeh 'month. Crewy Atfent-JOHN M'KBNZIB^ Land and Commission Agant. [A CARD.] NURSE GRAY, " Lochahmb," BEXAO. Accommodation for Patient*. m...

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. EVERY MAN PHYSICALLY FIX IS WANTED. CONDITIONS OF [?] [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION ART FORCES. EVERT MAN PHtSIOALLY PL* 18 WANTtt). OONDITIOVS OP ■KLX8T1HXT. Agt ... 18 to 4.1 ycaxi Minimum Height ... 8 feot'i inobee Chert M«aaulranrtnt ... Jifl inches Parian's desiring to fenltai 'nhotiUl apply at the nearest Town Hill, fihiro Rail, Drill Hall or Beeruitinfc D«i|»ot, whbri: arrangement* will be made for medical • •lamination. Parson* who art ronnldered auitahle will bo granted free railway ticket'* to the matropolhi for flhal mediaal examination and enlistment. uim cm Ht raa bat. After ■mbarkaVoa. P*tot to (Inolading Efrabsrkatlien 4*forred fay) Lteotaoant 15/ 91/ BargwMt 10/ 10/0 'Corporal 0/ 10/ Private ■/ •/ 0l?AfcATlOII AW.M»AJ?0«. Separation feltotoanefe will be paid to married men Who are receiving 1cm than 8/ p*r dav. but nueh 'allowance will cot eseeed the amotmt nfeefemiary to make up the difference between their daily rate of ffcy and 8/ per day. Subject to thie limitation the amount* pavabW fcrh at follow* . (a) for triffc living ...

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

THE RAILWAYS. Lcavo Creasy for Monilny—iOoluu 7:20 n.m., return, ing'12.20 pim. Billarat 1 p.m., re. tarninu H p.tn. Mrilbtinriie, 6 p.m. Tneaday—Uolac 7.20 n.m , return-: iriR 12.20 p.ta. Bullarat 6 a.m., re turning 8 p.m. WetlnfP'lrty—Rail a rat t a.m., re (arniiiK 2.30 p.m; Colac 3.15 p.m., returning 9.45 p.m. Melbourne 6 p.m. Thaifldiiy—Bailors' 6 a.m.,return ing 2.30 p.m. Onlac, 7.20 a.m. ancl 3.15 pim., returning 12.20 p.m. and 9.45 p.m. Friday—Baltamt 6 a.m., rnlurn. in# 8 p.m. Melbourne, 6 p.m. Saturday—Colac 7.20a.m., return ing 12.20 pitta. Butttfrat 1 p.m., returning'8.30 p.m. Al^lbdurac, 6 p.m.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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WHENEVER YOU FEEL LONELY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

WHENEVER YOU FEEL LONELY. Whenever you feci loneliness creep ing over yon, do something J'or some body; mind, not think, but actually, do something, Remember, thero uro lone ly hearts to ehorish while the dnys «ro goifiji by, and ifc is for you to seek thoni, so that yon may forget your lonelinoss, by cheering otliors on the road of life. Say some words of cheer, for cheer fulness is olio of Uio best investments, eheorfulnes.s doubles your vuluo to the world you livo in, and no outlay of ef fort will pay yon such a high' divid end. Doing something for others takes you out of yourself, and also shows that you nro not tho only lonely ono, and that thero arc sorrows even deeper than your own.

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 — 8 December 1915

The Oressy H Pioneer " aheald ba in evnry home in tbe district. The Mtbaeriplion ii imall—only t» per 'quarter. Get on tha lilt at ©nee if yon are not a anbacriber. Don't lend yonr newspaper to any person who can afford better than yon to become a aabicriber, bat whe is too mean to pay tbe small rate for aabecription. If 3 on want billhead*, memo, forma, buaineae cards, delivery book*, or anything in the printing ! line; call at th« Creasy " Pioneer" j •fltee.Wben yonr iiietrnctiona will b* promptly attebdld to.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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THE DUTY OF GIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

THE DUTY OF GIVING. Everyone is in a position to give something; ono would bo poor indeed who could not exercise this beautilul privilege. But I fancy I hoar so.mo. say, I am not in a good enough posi tion to give, my nioann nro so limited. Kemember, monoy is not tho best tiling wo can give, and, important as it is, monoy does not do everything. What wo want to givo Is love, sym pathy, and a helping hand, and' happy is tho ono who has a hoarfc full of lovo and sympathy, so that slio is all tho tijr* giving.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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[?] STOCK HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

MBMt trfOR MIL J. •. Ill It * —* (k Oa Friday, 26th sit., we held oar ttinal monthly nit of stock at onr Greaay tarda, when we yarded 3196 ■beep and 20 head of cattle. There waa a record attendance of bayeri, and the mrket opened to britk competition, and oentinaed through out the sale, which enabled at te diipeee of 8000 eheep at highly aatiafaatory priaea. W»aoId54 3tk xbd ewea ia cood condition and well grown at 39a 7d, 13 6 th xbd ewe* In good condition 87a, 139 xbd ew« 4 yra In food oondition 3(1 fd, 12 do. 5 and 4 yra 23* 7d, 97; af«d xbd •wee. faxlty month*, 2Ue Id, 151 i, 5 ahd t th xbd ewee, goad frame* and ia aplendid condition 29* 3d, 119' do'. 29« 44, 406 xbd ewee, 4, 5 and f yn, prime fat, 99*-, 371] and 4 tk merino •mm. mall frames and in.fair condition lie 4d,63 aced ebk ewlll, 13 merino wethera 39a, St 4 th merino ew«a with laraba at foot 30a Id, 31 merino ewea 21*. Lamb* -IS Shropshire eroae In th« wool 39* lid, 151M1 ahorn 33a Id, It do ir» 4d, 97 do. tOa, 4t do. 3...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST (I'v 1' Knstkus. ") It is not always possible to placo an aniimil 011 I lie scales, consequently one lias to resort to others methods of deter mining the. live weight. A fairly easy method is to take the average girth in feet, and the length of the animal from a point just behind the shoulder to the rnnt, of the t-'il, also measured in feet; then, by squaring the girth, and mul tiplying this number by tho length in Veet, .a quarter of the result so obtained will llicn'give the weight of tlio animal iu Imperial stones. The Canadian wheat crop is estimated by the Canadian-Pacific, Railway to yield 210,000,000 bushels. This would com pare with Hi 1,0110,000 in Kill, wlue.il was a poor crop, and the reeord yield of !!.') 1,717,000 bushels in 1013. Tho area 'own was increased over the hitherto greatest urea by 7.'I7,000 acres, the total being 1 I,>-7.7,000 acres. It' tho above es timate is realised, Canada should havo an exportable surplus for Great Britain amounting...

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SECOND ISSUE OF COMMON WEALTH WAR LOAN. £10,000,000 ASKED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

SECOND ISSOE OF COMMON WEALTH WAR LOAN. £16,000,000 ASKED FOR. Tho proBjJScttisof the second iHeue of tho Commonwealth War Loan ban now been issnecJ, and the pnrti ealurt appear in oar advertising columns, It will be seen that the terms of the loan are again liberal, being practically identical with the last issue, and Riving the nam! ad vantages in reaped of freedom from State stamp dnty and State and Commonwealth income tax, and will also be accepted at.par in pay ment of probate and eueoession doty doe to the Commonwealth. Aus tralia has been asked by the mother ; country to fiaanee her' aa far as possible la providing the sinews of war for equipping and sending our soldiers to the front, and it is the bounden dnty of all Wbo bare funds at their disposal, or ean make fands available, to snbseribe to the loan to tba utmost extent of their capacity, and by this means assist the Empire In prosecuting the war to a success fill termination. The terms of the loan give the comparatively...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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DISEASE AND SCARCITY OF FOOD IN VIENNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

DISEASE AND SCARCITY OF FOOD IN VIENNA. TIil< Petit Journal, of l'aris, rc cciveil from a correspondent n gloomy doscriptivu ueummt of conditions 111 Vienna. "It is no longer permitted," ho says, "to tnko a Htroll ill tlio surround ings of tlio capital, where elito society used to hnvo tliuir gatherings. Tlio picturesque suburbs, with tlioir villus find mansions, »s well as tlio forests nml fountains in their vicinity, aru clojxxl to the civilian populntion. Troops urn tamping there, and ore spoiling tlio boa illy of tlio landscape Ijv their trenches. jVor is tlio Hotting Up of big guus calculated to enhance the immoral aspect of tlio hucjiery. Vienna is nothing but a citadel iu tlio contra of :m immense fortified camp. "Lil'o lias bocomo almost itnhcar ablo. Everything i.s outrageously doar, and, what is worse still, money is scarco, and it is almost impossible to procure any resources. A pound of meat costs mora than ten francs (about $2), and ono cannot always got it, ...

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