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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 December 1915

A HEALTH CODE OZONIA AND ITS USES. AUUIiiJflN'rB.—.No Matter what" class of accldont imiy happen, whether it, bo a cut, bruise, scald, burn, "bito, etc., im mediately apply Lint saturated witli Ozouia. . <J?,onia is. used for First Aid purposes in over fiOOO (lovemniont and! private institution."!, factories, etc., and can genuinely bo relied upon to stop pain, provont blood poisoning, and in wiro rapid healing. It in no way din tigiircB tho skin and lcavos no Bear after completo hoaling, r CONSTIPATION.—This is caused by imparted diffostion..,.DjjjestjonT.i8 .no thing moro than a process of fermenta tion. Wlion ono roalises that it is a gorm which provents. correct fermenta tion, ono will also- havo rcaliGo that Ozonia, the greatest of nil germ destroy ers will restoro defectivo digestive organs to ft healthy condition by a per fectly natural .protons. . ; DIARRHOEA, DVSliNTKKY, COLIU, WOJIMS, ote.—TIioho complaints aro also caused by imperfect .digestion, viz., ■ w»>...

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 December 1915

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for grunt, of complete, Iqttcrs patent lodged in t1:u following nnmos linvo boon acceptcd hjr tin: coin-i raiBaioner. Messrs 0. 0, Turri nnd Co., patent ottornoyi, of Tim llialto, Col lins Stroot, Melbourne, have prepared this report from tho ollicial recutita.— Field 0nt4 Lnti.Ii.—AV. S. Tllti-.on botluim, Vic., 'No. 17220.—An. adjust able uscnpeiuont controls tho fitnu of closing. ' Gotc3.—W. S, Jliolceubolbflm, Vie,, No. 1G7GU.—To JkjUI Cfttes opon for '•> limited time, theru is an automatic re leasing' lutcli, controlled by a brake fan, operated b.v tlw gate closing pres sure. - -Weight Opuiated FiuJd Cnlo Latch. —Vvr. 3. Hickeubothain,-.Vic., No 10701. —Holds self closing field ' gates open for n limited tuno. ■'CJIiufi.'io.—B. II. JJurtiiiaim, Vic.., No. 1C7.I1.—To reduco tendency of cbcei-o to got mouldy, tlio ivhoy is evaporated) nnd t.bo prodpct mixed with twico its weight of pulverised unmatured ciico.so boforo compression. - Tent Cup—...

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

CHAPTER -XXVII/ HAFFLKD. J.*jft ulono, Superintendent Swann, after a brief pause, opened hi.-i largo hand, and contemplated with ovidont satisfaction tho four golden sovereigns which lay in tho fleshy palm. TJion he swept tho yellow coin* into hi» pocket, and propping up hia head with ono masfjivo hand, was for a time absorbed in deep thought. "A four-pounlor, is in?;' soliluquis td tlio chief of the Dnnoborough, polico presontly, with referenco to the absent Mr Marsh. !'\Voll and oreditaMo <>i him, too, for tlio public do behavo shabby to tlio foroe, «s will n:> the authorities. Four sovs make up n 11<Iy foo to begin. What would he givo ii I wore to do tho trick for liim, I won der?" Apparently the contemplation of Mr Marsh's prospective bounty oponod up h largo fii;ld of thought, for five min utes wont by bjfoio the Superintendent opened tho door that Jed into the outer station, to call out "Who's there?" "Sorgoant llaniniorton, Nir, and one oonstablo, ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE JET-HUNTER'S FOSTER SON CHAPTER XXVI: Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 December 1915

THE JET-HUNTEB'S FOSTER.SON Us UtWiN CI, AUK K. CHAPTER XXVI: Continued. Superintendent Swann mado a mili tary salutq at mention of Mr Lang ton's namo. Tho rector was not him self in tho county commission of tho pcace, nor. assuredly was ho o borough magistrate, hut ho had friends among these great -ones of the earth, And had occasionally beon neon at Sessions to occupy iv Boat upon the Bench. "Permission is alwaya given," wiid tho chiuf - policeman blandly, ''for pri vate inquiries, for propor objects, and by parties of known respectability..For tho moment wo havo no dctoctivo, 1 am Borry to say. But I waa myself a member of tho London Detoctivo 1 orce and caino hero" direcf from Scoilattd Yard to-bo promoted—I Iiave a cousin in tho Council, Aldermatm fiv.uuu, in Eigli Street—to my present post. 'My timo is largely poachcd upon," added tho Buporintcndcnt, throwing a'reaent ful glance at tho bundles of docu ments on tho rickety table, "by friv olous complaint-®, nI1d by mattorn 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 December 1915

Western Plains Farmers' Co operative Society, Ltd, Cressy. Have everything replete and com nlete for the Harvest «ea9on on tin Plains. Agents for FARMERS! A SETTLERS' CO OPERATIVE INSURANCE 00., iQf Australia,. Ltd. (fUfliUradbv the State Governinent •f .Victoria.)„ ' wka ara pr«pmr«<l to aeeept all elaaiet •f Insurance Rlakii at Lowest Rates,. laildinf«, Orops. Workers' Oem pensation, -Accident, Hail Bt on?, Lit# Stock, Me. WATCH THIS SPACE, Special Va!tt» in Harvest Oils, Twine, &o., and all Harvest Re qnirements.. . . CHAS. D. ROSS Ma «er. !. t • r C.KLEIN QARnNTKR AND BTTIZMB, . . . MKHT. . . . A UL KINDS of OARPBNTB* aa4 A JOINBRT WORK ■marta*. e • ■stimatoa op and (santMet for aB elaaaM of k«0diaae* Portal AdtoM.—P.O.. QMV. NOTICE. £JOPIE8 of the " Cra»»y and Liimora Pioneer" may ha obtaiaed at- S. H. MASON'S • Gmeiria Stew; iCrirtaf. I A. 6. PROUDFOOT & TURNER, Barristers and Solicitors, i COLLINS HOUSE, • 360 COLLINS ST], MELBOURNE MR. TURNER Visit...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONDON'S CALM BROKEN. WOUNDED CHEERED [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 December 1915

LONDON'S CALM BROKEN. I I WOUNDED CHEERED Soldiers have atartod for the front ami wounded liavo returned from the nRr tvitbouti ft cheer, without! a- wel come homo from vlio man in tlio street. Amid Jill tho calmncss with which Lon doner* regard tlio' war, Hh hoary cost in "blood !ind money, the periodical Zeppelin laide, this is the most in explicable characteristic of tho Londoii ,uer which has btruck the neutral stranger to England's groat metropoliH. But oil this ws»9: chnnaod by tho 'jattio o> Loon. AYheiS th 8 firsl) trainn of wounded arrived from the coast, into in the night, there was a great waiting crowd in iho station to give fchom a chcer, in Bpita of t;he drench ing rain. Ib wa.i at onco a most touching, weird, moving, impressive Hight. Tho heavy fnina, . liko weird monsters, panted and puffed into "tho darkened station, und gradually tlio platforms grew moro orowded with tho wounded soldiers, their khaki uniform*, most of them, still caked with Flanders mud. ■ iSpin...

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 FIT 18 WANTED. CONDITIONS OF ENLISTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 December 1915

AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION ARY FORCES. EVERY MAN fHYSIOALLY FIT 18 WANTED. COXDITION8 Or HNLIATHBNT. Age ... ... 18 to 40 yours Minimum Hoight ... 5 feet2 inches Cboiit Moa*nrement ... 88 inchos . Persons desiring to finliit, Bhnnid apply ftt the noarosl Town Hall. Shiro Hull, Drill Hftll or Rcnruiting Depot, whore arrangements will bo made for nicdioat examination. Persons who aro ronaidorod auit'ihfo will bo granted froo railway tiekoti to the metropolis for final modical examination and onlistraent. RATI8 OF TAY PER DA*. Aftor Embarkation Prior to (Including Embarkation doferrod pay) Liqutonant IE/ 21/ Sergeant" 10/ 10/0 Corporal 9/ 10/ Privato 5/' 6/ - SBPAIIATIOH AI.IOWAKCB. Separation allownnoo will, bo paid to mnrriod men who. aro. rocoiving loss tlmn 8/ por. day. but such allowance will not exceed the amount nccossary to rnako up tho difforonco botweon thoir daily rato of pay and 8/ por dav. Bubjcot to this limitation tho amounts payable aro as follows:— (a) For wifn living at ho...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DRINK BAN HITS LONDON HOTELS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 December 1915

DRINK BAN HITS LONDON HOTELS. The bif» WcBt Knd hotols and restaur ants, which specialise in expensive suited of rooms, oxtravagant Buppors, and otliof luxiirloM, aro being lilt badly by tho war. The dlroctors of the Sa voi have announced that no interim dividend will bo paid on tho ordinary or proferonco shares, ami that tho fu ture in not Inspiring. Lnst spring tho Curlton Hotel directors announced a oorious doclino In busiuosH; wliilo tho Loot balance-sheet ol' such a woll-known «upp»r house a« liomano's showed a loss of £00 and no dividend, as against a profit of £<5000 and a ton pur cunt, dividend In ante-bellum days. So far as tho Dombur of persons re gistering la concorned, thcHO hotola havo had nearly as many an in provious years. Tho preaonco of Gorman sub marines off tho west coast, and tho sinking of the Lusitauia, of course, havo swopt away thousands of Ameri cans; but, on tho other hand, tho war hns brought to London another class of transients, such as offic...

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 — 15 December 1915

BEEAC. I ^. fr' Ov Oorr«flpon4««i. Mr U. Bfvan was thrown from a loud of hay which capstan!. Ho Escaped with a few bruiafi and minor injuries. Warrior Methodist church cele brated its.anniversary on Sunday. A tea meeting and concert was held on Tuesday evoninp. B«j«hc R«-d Cross Society has just sent away 109 Karnionto,and are still waitina for U)<? Red Cross fl.innel.. Buttons *old for the allies rpalised £8 7h 6>1. The new Anzac buttons are now for snlf>. The junior Rachahito tent, Hope of Bwae, held a social on Mondaj evening. .Bm>ac tennis club intond. holding a tournament on Boxing Day.profita to be,given to the Red Gross. Farmers are cntting and carting, and taking advantage of the old adapjp, " making hay while the sun shines." . . . .

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BIG AEROPLANES MAY DECIDE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 December 1915

BIG AEROPLANES MAY DECIDE WAB.;g ■ The :Alli#9 ar«'i<> tako command of tho air just on thoy linro tnkon com mand of th« eea. Berlin 'may won rocoivo calls from the new battlo aeroplanes that has manufactured and which arocaiiT'' to bo tho largest of thoir kind in oj. istonco. Thcso aro two of tho most important conclusions drawn by the United' Statos naval olDcoro from tin roportfi printed in tho nowspapers that the French War Oflieo has on aerial Armada, inch ,p'« not dreamed o i'tow mbath'h ago. ft wuff tho op inion that tho day of tho big aoro plana, with larger guns, is at hand, and that tho small typo of aeroplane, with itH limited cruising radius, ami .ts vory limited lifting pow«r, will so go tho way of the old torpedo boats, which disappeared whon tho modorn dostroyor mado its appearance. As 1/lio bnttla eniisern hav« driven tho small light cniisors off tho son", and tho bi(j fast commerco dostroyor* huva eliminated t'ha old typo of ship ! constructed for thin ...

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 — 15 December 1915

THK RAILWAYS. Lear# Crewy for— . Monday—Colac 7.20 n.to,, return ing 12.20 p;m. Bullarat 1 p.m., re turning 8 p.m. Melbourne, 6 p.m. Tuesday—"olae 7.20 a.m, retarn. ing 12.20 p.m. Ballarat € a.m., re. turning ^ p.m. Melbourne I p.m Wednesday^—Ballarat 6 a.m., re turning 2.30 p.m; ' Oolao 3.15 p.m.* returning 9.45 p.m. Melbourne,' 6 p.m. ■ Thursday—Ballarat 6 a.m.,return, inc 2.30 p.m. Cojac, 7.20 a.m. and 3.15 p.m., returning 12.20 p.m. and 9.45 p.m. Melbourne 8 p.m Friday—Ballarat 6 a.m., return, ing 8 p.m. Melbourne, 6 p.m. : Satnrday-L-Colaic 7.20 a.m., return ing ,12.20 p.m. Ballarat 1 p.m. Returning 8.30 p.m., Melbournn, f> " Arthur Farrell, eleven years7son of Mr John Farrell, boundary rider at Oaramufc North station, died on Monday from injuries he received through a fall off a pony. : He went in pursuit of some cows, and on the return journey waB thrown through the pony shying. Death was caused by laceration of the brain and he morrhage. The third rail ought to be popu la...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GARDEN CALENDAR FOR DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 December 1915

GARDEN CALENDAR TOR DECEMBER. Fruit Gardon.—Tlio thinning out of crowdod young fruit nbould bo attended to who 11 it is desirable to pow rtiiy thing special in tho way of size and quality. Strawberries greatly improvo by water ing. Out off atrawborry runners, un less young plants aro ivantod. Dross fruit trees affected with blight. Water freely oranges and lemons. Flower Garck-n.—1'lant dahlias, and nmlch with otablo inanuro. At thoond of tho month son- winter-flowering sweet peas. Tall-growing plants should be neatly and firmly staked, aB their flower stalks advanco in hoiglit. Pot plants .may bo planted out. Cosmos, zinniaH, astors, sunflowers, and such as thrive in tho hot wcathor may still bo planted. Care, howevor, must bo taken to well wator tho liolo beforo tho plant is placed in it,, and, if- possible, shade it ofr-a day or two. A dull day is n very favourable timo to plant out. Tnko caro that plantB genorally do not suf fer for want of wator. ' Kitchcn Garden.—Salading of v...

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

HAMPDEN SHIRE COUNCIL. The council metat Camperdown on December. 6.. CorrMDondnoa. From Victorian Rail ways, report ing that tho.crossing complained of between Derrinallum and Lismore had been attended co. and is now in good order.—Received. From Education Department, -stating that the Public Works de partment has been asked to furnish a report on improvements needed to the Berrybank school, »nd certain information ia being obtained from the head teacher regarding the dual desks required at the' school.— Received. From A. J. Walker and fire other Vite Vite ratepayer*,objecting to the reserve at Cairns' bridge being let to anyone.—Deferred until next meeting for enquiries. From A. B, Baton, Perrinallam, regarding hie water supply.—Re ferred to members of the riding. • From Public Hvalih department re certain alterations required to the Lismore mechanics' institute.— Received. From Foxhow progress associa tion, requesting a street lamp and a post and rail Fence on the Bald Hili cuttin...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NO MAN'S LAND. MIGHTY EXPLOSION ENDS HILL 60. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 December 1915

NO MAN'S LAND. A1KU1TY EXPLOSION ENDS ilILL 00. How JI ill 00 wnn obliterated, and its place left a writable no mail's Inml, untenable by oithor aide, is told by a Gorman olllccr, who sends a graphic wtlffr to friends in Uormany. " Thoro was a tremoudouH explosion," ho'writes, " and the whole of Hill fiO won blown into the air. " llill 00, sinco Oecomber 18th, in the occupation of tho 105th Kcgimont of Saxons, who hud thrown the French back tiftrr a bitter fight, was now taken over by tho 122nd Infantry Ke- ' giment and Jaeger Battalion H. The English took over the positions of tlie Preach, and a new, tough, and hitter enemy wan opposed to us. Tho oppoai tion positions wore built lip like fort resses, and, by Hupn' and" mines, ap proached'each other to within a dis tance varying between fifteen and fifty metres. Tho miners, who in this cam paign have had mo much to do, were hero in full action. In March we blew np n group of houses, which, within reach of I ho enemy,' had canned tin...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LISMORE OFF-SHEARS SHEEP SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 December 1915

' LISMORE . OFF-SHEARS SHEEP SALE. • D*ls«ty «jd O*. r«njp*:— We. held our 10th annual off •hears sheep sale at Lismore on Friday, 3rd inst.,. when just on 24,000 sheep were yarded, of which 22)407 were sold under the harnmer at the splendid average " of 24a 8Jd. The following are tome of the prices realised ! 834 S-bred ewes 1 yr old 33a, 601 2n'd-cross ewes 1 yr30s, 506. i .... bred ewes 2 yrs 32s 6d, 322 lat crosfl ewes 1 yr 30s, 610 lst-cross ewes 1 yr.29a 6d, 563 xbd ewes 1 yr; 29s, 347 xbd wethers 1 yr 28s 3d; 499 xbd wethers 1 yr 27s lOd, 1538 cbk wethers 3 yrs 26s, 329 xbd wethers 1 yr 26s Id, 385 xbd •. ewes 4 yrs 29s 9d, 412 xbd ewes 3 yrs 29s, 1246 1st cross ewes 6 yrs 25s 3d, 612 do. 25s 8d, 1102 xbd ewes 3, 4 and 5 yrs 25s, 763 xbd lambs 19s 6d. 601 do. 18s 3d, 302 do. 19s 7d, 200 do. 20s 3d,300 do. 19s 7d, 143 do 20s Id, 174 do. 20s, 143 do. 22s, 104 do. 24s, 341 merino wethers 2 yrs 25s 6d, 322 do. do, 25s, 241 do. do. 24s 3d, 849 do. 4 yrs 25s, 628 do. 6 yrs 22s, 200...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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WHY WOMEN SPEAK WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 December 1915

, WHY AVOMKN" SPEAK WELL. For , several 'generations past it liao boon tlio plaint that platform and after i'ii)uer spcakiug was on the doclinor lint to-day has not tho eternal feminine come, to tho rescue? .< I.havo recontly been listening'to a number of'public speeches by wonion on- recruiting and kindred war topics, v.-ritfcs a . London correspondent, and in evury' instanco they spoko • more effec tively and;-freely tbanVtho men "on tho platfovni.' ' Men may -light better, but J do not sop how. there, can.be any doubt thiit "the ivoinoij of 1015 'speak better in public or privato than their husbands, brothers, and sons. Womou- may bo moro superficial, and perhaps for that very reason, and bo cause their brains are quicker; nnd tlicir sense 01' tlioir personal dignity merci fully, losa, it is but natural that:they should'oxcol in wbttt is with thom a comparatively new art. A clever man, lo do him justice, did say the other day, when questioned by hia liohtess on tlio su...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 December 1915

FOR WOMEN (Djr "Auibrotdn*.") Tlio fashion for tlio little sleeveless coat, to,bo worn with a frock of dif ferciit material, is 0110 of the moat pic turesque and quaint' idea# introduced this summer. Taffetas is tho first thing which enters one's head In connection with this garment. A sleovelcas coat of mignonette-green taffeta* would look very cooi and pretty over a frock of whlto embroidered inuBlin. Tho heu\a of'tho coat might bo edged with thosw gathered strips of silk, which arc rucked, up over piping cords at the outer edges. This form of trimming is known as a bo 11 ill on lie' of taffetas. .The bouillonnos might-be made up into a loop at oithor sido of tho coat, and also at tho contro back. Some of theao coats show very bright, fanciful linings. As bo _ few bright'colours arc worn in theao times, therefore the inuido lining may b« | brighter than the coat itself, and is m somo cases really moro attractive. Thoro ore ninny women who are vor> wisely continuing to wear thoi...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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ROTTEN TO BE A PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 December 1915

rotten to be a prince. One of the many stories told about tlio Prineo of Wales tit tho front is being 'rotated iu London. (sayH tho " New York Jlorald ")• It sooms that the Prlnco continually is imploring Sir John I'loncli to pormit hira to go into tho first lino trenches, but tho wiso Field-Marshal, Knowing how much do ponds on tho preservation of tho life of . tho hoir to tho throne, has refused all roijuosts. During tho hoight of the fighting at Ji'ostubert tho Princo again pleaded wjjh tho Field-Marshal to por mit him to join tho fighters, and, when J-ho anawor was a courteous ." No, sir," tho heir apparont rotlrod with gloomy faco to the society of his comrades on tho staff, and said, when tboy chaffed him over his failure: " Oh, it's all right for you fellows to have your joko, but T toll you it is rotten to be a princo!"

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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FOR SUNDAY READING. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 December 1915

FOR SUNDAY READING. " Tliou shall know no God but me." —llos. 13: I. This, 09 you aro awaro, was spoken to God's pooplo, tho Jows; but it applies to overyone, mynolf an<l to you, the reader. From tho confu sion that exists in tho world to-day, many unit, "Is there a God?" Not only is there Ono Supreme Boing, all wise and all-knowing, who overrules, and out o£ tlio confusion brings His purposes to a completion, but mankind makes many gods which they worship. Bomo mako a god of tho horso, and racing; othors, monoy; whilo others, pleasure; many and various are tho things that aro mado gods by different classes. The command to all is, " Thou shalt know uo God but inc." Those who do ho aro in a dangerous position. You muy reinembor that, when the Jews kopt this command inviolato, that all wont well with them. They wero prosperous iind lived in security. I'or God kopt them from troublo and sub jection. Hut, as soon as they failod to observe the command, " Thou shalt know no God...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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A DEAL IN FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 December 1915

A DEAjL IN FLOUR; . An action in which it was con tended by the plaintiff that .there had been a breach of contract to - supply him with flour was con-. eluded in the Banco Court, Mel- , bourne, on Monday, before Mr" Justice a'Beckett. Plaintiff was: Edward A. Berry, of Creasy, : baker, and defendants were Wil liam Stewart, JameB Grant and' George Grant, trading as th® Cobram Flour Mills. Plaintif £328 15a Id, on the ground that a. contract he entered into with the' defendant firm in January, 1914, to supply him with 40 tons , of flour at £8 10s per ton, together with quantities of pollard and. bran, had not been carried out. The derence, amongst other thihgs, was that the flour was only to be delivered at reasonable times, and in a reasonable man ner, and, further, that in the cir cumstances of this case the con tract had been, cancelled. Hi* Honor held that the evidence' showed that there had been de fault of payment by . plaintiff in respect of the flour, and that the millers wer...

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