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The Pioneer. CRESSY WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 December 1915

j'Cbe Pioneer. CRESS?. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 16. The Prime Minister may well re joice that the powers sought by Labor when it urged an amend ment of the Constitution were not bestowed. War has thrust on Federal Ministers duties which would satisfy the craving of a political Alexander the Great for a new field in which to win victo ries. Apart from tha creation and maintenance of an Austra lian army, to which Mr Hughes proposes to add another 60,000 men,there are such undertakings as the handling of Australia's wheat harvest, the purchase of Queensland's sugar output, and the control of the Common wealth's production of base metals. The Prime Minister is admittedly a man of exceptional ability, Senator Pearee, though he has fallen from the pedastal on which foolish admirers placed him whilst he was still untried by the stress of grea) events, is Eomething more than an average politician. So much said, it may be added that the remaining members of the Cabinet are just everyday folk. Behind ...

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

Real Xmas Bargains For Xmas Gifts. Something valuable for yourself or family at exceptional Ences for December only. Secure one. and Dwelling, corner position,coat £110. Xmas price £100 Wertheim Sewing Machine, uaed, but not much worn, £15. Junta price £9. B.S.A. Bicycle, Dunlop tyres, free wheel, slightly used, ,J12 10k Xau price £9. Edison Phonographs and Records, shop used only. 1. Standard, with horn, list price £7. Xmas price £5. 2- Fireside, with horn, list price £5. Xmas price £4. 3. Cinch Zonophone, without horn, list price £317s 6d. Xmas price £3 stroner, well padded, wrong eolor sent. Original pnce £310s. Xmas price £2. Ladies' leather Hand Bag, £1. Xmas price 12s 6d. Boys Annual, Meat Safe, Plum Puddings, Toys, etc., at . . Reasonable Prices. «.B.—Above Prices for December only, j S. 3€. cuhhi/. the Cressy General Store * * J. RICHENS, Successor to W. E. C. Wilson^ HAIROREUER A TOBACCONIST, Hall St., Cressy, op. Mason's Store. BEGS to announce that he has in Stock a large...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] "SHOOK UP." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 December 1915

CORRESPONDENCE. [W# do not necessarily identify our selves with the opinions expressed by oar correspondents.] "SHOOK UP." TO TEH EDtTOB. Sir,—In your report of public meeting re Red Cross, I notice a great deal of space taken up bjr the "shoulds" and "would have to" of one particular speaker. Lest any unwary newcomer to' Creasy should think the "store keepers of Creasy" are under the guiding authority of this would-be pedagogue, I simply wish to state that such is not th» case since he has very little deal ings with local storekeepers and is probably ignorant of their amount of interest or energy. S»me people have very kind sug gestions of what we should sup port and how to do it, yet help us in no other way ; or, when they do, they want their own rules and terms. Begging nardon far 'waking up." -I am, one of th« snooic up, ' S. B. MASON. Cressy, Dec. 14, '15.

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

j RED GROSS GYMKHANA. The committee who are running this function deserve eredit for the excellent programme arran ged, copies of which by now is distributed throughout the dis trict. They are working with » will, and as the affair is being capably organised by the secre» taries, everything points to a. most successful gathering. Some twenty items (exclusive of th» children's races) will be contes ted, and we trust the entries will be large for each one. Every clasB of sportsman and sportswoman seem to be catered for, and the enterprise of th* committee should be well suppor ted by the members of the com munity. The children, too, will havfc their races—all ages—no entry fees, and cash prizes. The humorous and fun loving element has not been overlooked, and the items—Blind Wheelbar row and Novelty Potato Races— should cause much merriment. In the latter race the gentleman, is the horse, blindfolded, and being: driven with ropes by a lady. Driver has to pick up potatoes. This will be...

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

HOPELESS OUTLOOK FOR AR MENIAN NATION. An Englishman who rceijntly. arriv ed at u Mediterranean port fropj Tur« '' key, writes in reforonoo to kho AriDon inti massacres that "the tala is tffeful; thq outlook is hopolwg." IIo ^ohtin uok: — "Tho inhabitants. of'cj&ioa lileo Zoi« tun and Hndjin: havo boon driven out like oatUo and rondo to inarch long dis tcuio«tt nndor tho burning sun, hungry, utid thiriity. A lar^o number from. Zi'itun rocontly readied Adana utterly; doatituta, many haviujj bo«n loft to.dia - oil tho road. Moro than n thousand fajnilicn from Hadjin recontly arrivod at, Aleppo in tho last degree of misery, and yet tlio purposo in to r,ond thorn much furthor. Husbands wore forcibly reparatod from thoir wivoa and sont to plncos long distances opart. Children' similarly ivoro soparatod from thoir' parents." Another writer tiayi): — "Tivonty-oight thousand persons aro .lioinii removed by order of tho Govern ment from tlio district of Zoitung and Murftsh to distant...

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

BAD TIME FOR PUBLIC HOUSE LOAFER. An ovi) timo ban dawned for Oio pub lis liouso loafor in London. Tho Hoard for the Control of the Liquor Traffic linn promulgated an ordor " rolating to treating within tho London area." Tho offect, of oourHH, i.'i revolutionary, though it will not necoHSarily bo disss troiiH, as noino pornons aooin to imagine it frill bo. Ono of these pei'HOnM is tho general Hecretary of tho Lieeniiorl Vic tuallers' National Dofonco League, who declarer tho now ordor " inoann a vory serious inconvoniorice to tl;o public." Thoro in, ho nays, a ntrong fooling of resentment against tho interference with tho rights of hospitality hitherto enjoyed by reputable citir.cns. "When tho order went into oiroct, tho man who makos a hobby of conviviality looked glum. At certain M long barn " within and without tho city walls tho uKual " morning claim " assomblod, de claring it wan a. vory cold, cheorle.is world just now, but, with true British stolidity, prepared to mako tho boo...

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

HOU.Si;lIOM> II/NTS. To roHturi: 11n,- colour of .stones or tiles that have become greon through (I;un]i, lill a ]i;tii with liot water, and add it liberal supply of Kodu. Have ai.sfi a small jar with paraUm. Scrub the stones, lining it Htifl" H'Tuliljiiig^lirunh dipped in tin; parallin. Kinoe tho stouoa with tlio hot water, ami, an noon as it in soiled, change it for eleau wator. Good rinsing is the most important part of tho treatment. In timo tho damp j will atl'ect tho colour again, and tho treat ment must bo repoated. A beaten egg in a good restorative in cases of exhaustion and over-tircdncBH. Tin; chi* should bo well beaten with il littlo sugar, which helps to divide tho egg more finely, and thus inakoH it nioro digestible. If thoro in no objoc tion to alcohol, a wineglausful of shorry added fo the beaten egg mnlii'S it a bettor restorative, but, failing tho sherry, a teacupful of strong beef tea, or even milk, adds to tho nourishment of tho beaten egg. Tho good wo do Hhal...

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

WORK-WEARINESS AND WAR.. Tho pliynical Htronfl duo to the ex traordinary (loinruidn 011 labour in main taining tlio maximum ponniblo Hupply of war iniiuitiomi lias, uilinita " En(fi nooriug," involvflil, 011 tho part of many worfcorn, oxccHoivo work-woarl iiomi; hut fatiguo lis n poor oxcuao for not playing n pnrt. nnalogotm to that untiring, uncomplaining borolnm din pluyi'd by tlio mon in tho tronchca. Tho inly spirit which In commonnurnto with n truo conception of patriotism iu that for which Ijioutonant W F. Fornhaw rcKcivml tho Victoria Oos« tho other ' day. Thn ofilcial narrative of his claim to thin hi;;hont of military distinction!! ought to bo imporinhnbly inscribod on tho wnlln of every yrorknhop In tho c.pnntry. Ho pornonnlly throiv bombs conlimioiialy for 41 liourn, while nt tho same time directing hid mon, and en couraging 'hern by orponing himaolf with thn utmost. diarogurd for danjor. . When he returned to hi.i battalion ho mm choked nnd wicltonod by bomb fume*, badly...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GYMKMANA TUG-OF-WAR. DISTRICT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 December 1915

•gymkmana tug-op-war. DISTRICT NOTES. Captain'Paul Ford says train ing is no good to him, and to be . restricted to three of Fred Phil .lips' "bags of mystery" per day . does.not " sausage-fry " him. . - Fred Yarra and George Swan asked permission from their cap . tain to grow moustaches for the gymkhana, but the skipper said :it would not be fair to the Duver-' ney team to put too much weight against them. • 'Smith Sandiford has got John > stone's to alter the date of -their :»ale so as to allow him the un . restricted use of their yardB for training and "harrier" work. They say that the CresBy team . is bound to win the tussle if they only dig the banker two feet in the ground and tie the rope around him. No other team could shift them then. Bill'Edwards and "Bitt" are ao busy training for the Novelty Potato Race that they will be in ■ splendid trim for the Tug. " By my beard," says Chris. Humphrey, "if . I am picked against the Mayor of Werneth— .'Oh! Lor! Son!'—I will pull • ...

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 — 22 December 1915

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for grunt, of letters pa boon aceeptod by tlio commissioner, Mossra 0. G. Turri tnd Co., patont at tont lodged in tho following nnmes hnv0 torncys, of The Itialto, Collins Street Molbotirno, liuvo prepared this roport from tho official records:— Disc Plough.—W. Treivhclla, Vic., No 14079.—To effectively turn soil wliou soveral discs aro on ono axle, tlio undorcut is increasod by reducing tho discs when working on hillside, tho axlo to in an over turning frame. Wiro Drawing Starting Device.—Tho Austral Nail Co. Pty., Ltd., assigneo of It. M. MacDougall, Vic., No. 1 CO/JO. —'Tho end of tho wiro, aftor being pushed through a die, is inserted in a gripping device attached to a wind ing drum by a chain with a buffer spring and a cord connected to a spring barrol. Expanding pulley for variable speed belt.—W. B. Dunbar, N.S.W., No. 1>12S5.—Flexible overlapping ring sogo rnontK aro adjusted by movement ol radial cam plates. Wown's One-pieco skirts.—Emil...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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THE JET-HUNTER'S FOSTER SON CHAPTER XXVII (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 December 1915

THE JET-HUNTER'S FOSTER SON Uy lUWia 01/AltKK. CHAPTER XXVII (Continual) "What do you say to that, Bar num P" tho chief eloigned to ask. "I should call it, sir, lis your prac tised mind, I feol sure, litis already done, a tough job," modestly respond ed tho rat-oyed policcman. "But I thought, my man," said tlio Superintendent, loftily, "that perhaps you, with your antecedents and so forth, might bo nblo to suggest some thing about tho missing money—seven ty thousand pounds—and tho author ship of tho letter." "Well, you see, sir," returned the policeman, rubbing his hands together in an npolegotio manner, "[ never quit<5 forgot—how should I?—that I was onco on tho other sido of tho hedgo, and I humbly liopo that I am all tho moro likely to bo of use in my present, capacity, bceau.su I was, as one may suy, on tho cross, whereas, now I'm on tho square. Aud that docs giro ono an inkling where house breaking, or fairing clyw, or pepper pot robberies, or thimblerig are up. But ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PASSED SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 December 1915

THE PASSED SHOW. (By "Seldom Seen.") The Mayor waxed warm in accents wild, He gave them all a turn. Neglected some their duty had, He caused their ears to burn. On sordid gain their mind was bent, Heard not their country's call. The time had come to shake them up, He lashed them one and all. The Mayor, a sad mistake did make, Whatever elB® he did. He should have drawn the boundary lino At business men like Sid. But Sid Is on the warpath now, And looking round for lash. " That Mayor muet not dictate to me, - I never see his.cash." •*' How dare you criticise me so, You visit not my store. Your Boap and candles, salt and sauce, You purchase at Lismore." ""The butcher, too, has cauB.e to growl, You never use his meat, All steak and chops, I hear ynu buy, - From 'cockles ' at Poorneet." " The suit you wear, by what I hear, Enough to cause a row, "Was made up by a tailor scab. Who works out at Foxhow." "" What vegetables you do not grow— Your taste must be a whim— Or else how could you pr...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WESTERN PLAINS FARMER'S CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 December 1915

THE WESTERN PLAINS FAR mers' co-operative society, limited; The annual meeting of share holders in the above society was held last Saturday in the Cressy mechanics'hall. Between 40 and •50 persons were pieaent. Mr D. H. Gibson, chairman of directors, filled the chair. The following report was read and adopted Directors' Report. Gentlemen,—Your directors, in submitting the annexed report of the society for term ended June 30th, 1915, feel that taking all circumstances into consideration, the result is a satisfactory one. The balance-sheet (duly audi ted) shows a net profit amounting to £1088 Is Id, inclusive of £963 10a 9d, brought forward from previous term. It will be your duty at this meeting to elect four directors in room of Messrs J. S. Bell, C. Campbell, A. Lawson and W. W. Pierce, who retire in accordance /with the rules. All are eligible, and offer themselves for re-elec tion. Mr A. Sadler having re signed his position on the board, it will be necessary to appoint another di...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LETTERS FROM THE FRONT [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 December 1915

j LETTERS FROM THE FRONT The following is a letter writ ten by Private Will Campbell, 23rd Battalion, 6th Brigade, now in the trenches at Galjipoli.to his parents at Foxhow " At Sea. "3 | 91 15. "My dear Mother and Father. "Just a few lines to let you know I am safe and well. I sup pose you have heard that our boat was torpedoed, and no doubt you have been anxious as to my wel fare, but don't worry, as I came out of it without a scratch. I happened to be on guard at the time, and saw it coming like a great shark with its nose along the water. It struck juBt below our troop deck, and blew it to pieces. Some of our boys were killed, poor beggars; but they all behaved splendidly, just as cool as if on parade. We had been having boat drill, and knew ex actly where to fall in. It was about 10 past ten when we were struck, and we were all ordered into the boats ; but I didn't feel in a hurry to get a Beat. Several chaps and I in the same platoon helped to launch boats till our hands were ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SCOT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 December 1915

THE SCOT. Tlia London " Dnily Cbroniclo " »nys tliat tlio uppoiutuicut of Gonoral Oar tiiiciiacl Monro to the Dardanelles com mand is a striking instanco of tho emsrgcnce of Scottish leadership sinco tliu war commenced. Tho Sydney " Snn " thus poetically comments:^ Two hundred yoarH thoir boels have HllOTTll Binco England had a vacant throuo, And Tin'or a homo-bred prlnco was known "Whom folks would liko Vo briug to it; Then said tho ScotH, " 3'on throno o' graco Looks for sonic lad to fill tho plaoo; Puir'England'b in a sorry ease; Airccl, we'll send n King to it." For those two hundred years and more London has ocered job.-) galore, Employment both in ponco nnd war, But Saxons weren't possessed of thorn; The ftcrman came and took a few, The Irishman went hunting, too, Others wcro granted to tho Jow, But Scotchmen found tho bent of them. Tlio pioneers of early days Went out upon advenf,uro 'h ways, They had a rugged path to blaze, But didn't, niak<5 a boast of it; Our ow...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRESSY STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 December 1915

CRESSY STOCK SALE. Dalgcrty and Co. report:— Wo hold onr usual monthly Bait, of stock at Creasy oil Friday, 10th December, wh^n we yarded 2637 sheep, 53 head of cattle and 10 horses to a rory large and represen tative attendanco of buyers, and report a most successful day's busi nens. Our yarding of ahoep wiib freely admitted to bo the best seen in this district for some time. Sheep opened to very keen competition and continuod right throughout tho sale, prices comparing very favor ably with high rates ruling in other centres. The whole yarding of sheep changed hands at the follow ing satisfactory prices :—99 x ewes 4 yrs 29s. 324 x ewes 3, 4 and 5 yrs 28a 3d, 170 x owes 4 yrs 28.-) 41, 72 do. 28s 1<1, 97 cbk ewes 4 yrs 25s Id, 127 do. 4 and 5 yis 22s 3d, 74 aged x ewerf 2Ls Id, 112 merino ewes 4 yrs 19s Id, 40 fat ewes 27s 3d, 34 fat merino wetbors 28s, 40 do. 28a 3-1, 40 do. 26j, 39 cbJr wethers I yr 26.5 Id, 50 merino wethers 4 yrs 23s 3d, 21 x ewes 273 4d, 210 comebac...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"MUSIC HATH CHARMS." [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 December 1915

" MUSIC HATH CHARMS." When battle lines extend contin uously for three or four hundred miles, almost anything may happen somewhero along tho way. Tho fol lowing: protty incident is one thing that happened, according to a letter from a soldier inBolgium that is printed by a contemporary. It was a miserable night. A heavy miii had filled tho trenches. Sud denly out of the darkness coma a voice. It was flinging; a Welsh bal lad called "Ilob y dcri dando," and I it was a fine tenor voice. It was the checriosfc sound I had over hoard. At tho end, a round of applause came down tho trenches; but imagine our : surprise to hear clapping' and oalls for more, in good English, from.the ' German trenches. Thoroupon the Welshman gave " Menfcra Givon.". Meantime we realised that not a shot had been fired by eithor side during tho singing. We had forgot ten nil about war. So a bargain was struck with the Germans that, if the Welshman would sing ns another song, neither side would fire any more unti...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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LEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 December 1915

LEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. The above council mot on 8th inst. [ Corrcaoondonoe. | From Victorian Railways com missioners, notifying tho alterations made in tho time-table on the Bal larat.Cressy railway.—Or. Gibson : It is the only service we have had since the line was opened.—Or. Vernon : Tell the department the present arrangements are satisfac tory.—Agreed to. From State Parliamentary Uo> cruiting committee, notifying that a campaign will begin towards tho end ef January, and asking the support and assistanco of the council.— Support to bo accorded. From Shire of Oolac, notifying that the necessary steps had been taken to have tho altered boundary between tho two shires at Oressy proclaimed and gazetted—Received. From Conntry Roads Board, stat ing that it had boon decided not to authorise tho calling for tendors for any additional permanent works before the end of March next.— Recoived. In connection with an npplicition made at tho previous meeting by A. Bunting, of Beeac, for perm...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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MIXED MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 December 1915

MIXED MEMBERS Pat, who was lqft-hondod, was being sworn in as a witnoss in th#, court. ''Hold up sour right hand," said tlio judge. Up wont Pat's lo£t hand. "Hold up your right hand," com manded tho judgo sternly. "Sure, an3 I um, yor honor," de clared Pat. "Mo right hand's on mo left-hand aid*"

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES. EVERY MAN PHYSICALLY FIT IS WANTED. CONDITIONS OF ENLISTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 December 1915

AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION ARY FORCES. EVERY MAN PHYSICALLY FIT IS WANTED. CONDITIONS OK ENTjISTMKVT. ... ... 18 to <5 \virH Minimum TTei.'ht, ... 5 feet 2 inches Cheat Measurement ... !W inrhes Persons dn-irin^ to rnli'r shnn'd nnn'y at tho nearost Town TTnll. Hhire TTn'l, Drill Hall or Tl«<*r<>it,inj» T)"pot, when arrangements will bo made for medical examination. Persons who urn considered suitaMo will bo granted free railw.xv tinlcet* to tho metropolis for final modieal examination tind onlisimoot. RATK8 or TAY I'KR DAY. After Kmbarkation Prior to (Including Embarkation deferred pay) Liontonunt 15/ 21/ Serjeant 10/ 10/6 Cornoral 0/ 10/ Privato 5/ 6/ SBPAHATZON AM.OWANCR. Reparation al'own/ice will ho paid to married men who are receiving lens than 81 per duv, but such a'lownnco will not exceed (lie amount nece<mry to malto up the difference between thoir daily rato of pay and 8/ per dav. Rnhient to IhiR limitation tho amounts payable are...

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