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IMPORTANT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 January 1916

IMPORTANT. Cnncnrriitiu' somo parls :of. tho district, ni';WH comns but Hpldom. This is not Hip Fault of tho Editor, for 1k> 1i;ih no mil :ir;nIotiB power of knowing what is hanpenintr in all tho area of circulation, It is tho fault of r'>f>i(lontH ii\ f,\o silent places Will Homo i»] in or woman tako tho mailer in haiid and cause Ihosilence to ceaso ? If no nun oIh" is doing it for yotii- dis'rict will TOU try on • hnj-'o litiffl ? Send accounts of puUic and smial ' cwols in your township or neu'lihorhood, such as weddinus, d<>:iths, nccidcnlsiconcerls, matters tonchitur i ho industries, etc. Write your nam" in some .corner ; not for printin". tint for eood faith. Write tho ivimes of parsons very' distiiic'ly. Dv <">. luitHer sili'o'ut yiatninar or applliiijf ; it is tlio Editor's work to look after those irifl's. Tlio. I';rr'"»'t skeleton ■ is piHHi'.'h. Writ" n'n oun side of (ho paper only. fJive information, but hit criticism alone.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A BUTTER FAT ARGUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 January 1916

t ' A BijitTER FAf^ARGUMENT. • in. a Jiowspapor controversy iimdag dairy experts. in America, Professor McKay, of Iowa Kxperimontal Station, wrote:—" A cow giving 00 lbs, of milk por day, testing 8 per cent., is Just as valuable as 0110 giving only 25 lbs., test ing G per cout. fat.' Kncli of those cows would produce 1 V-i lbs. of butter-fat daily." - ■ j lie was immeilmtely confronted. with •! tliiB by Professor K. l£ •Jb'atrington, ;of Wisuonsin.jttatipu;—1".d'jio loss of fat .in tli6V.?fm avjik" will lie greater in tlio low, testing than- in tlio liiglr testing milk." V ■ ' ■ ' ' It was made clear by "curtain of tlio writum that there is'twicc as much skim milk iu tlio '! per cent, mill:, ami conse quently twice an 'much loss of fat. It .:H well known in common dairy practice that a certain poreontago of fat is lest in slumming. The porccnt ago of Ions is said to bo-alike with Uiillss of nil richnesses. IVhcrn tlioro ;is twice as much «]«ini milk -tlioro isHwico as much loss, and...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION ARY FORCES. EVERY MAN PHYSICALLY FIT IS WANTED. CONDITION'S OF ENLISTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 January 1916

AUST UAL IAN EXPEDITION . V. AUY FOUCES. 12VI3IIY MAN PHYSICALLY FIT TS : ' WANTED. CONDITION'S OF KNMSTSfKNT A^o - - - ... ... 18 to i!> years Minimum Height ... 5 feet,2 inches Cheat Measurement ... !)!J inclics Poraons desiring to culinc nhonld apply nt tlio nearest . Town Hull, Shire TIn.lI, Drill Hull ov Recruiting Dopot, whero arrangements will bo mado for medical examination. • * ' Pot'Bons who are considered aiiitablo will bo granted free raiUv.iv tickets to tho nictroi!olis.fo(- flnnl- medical examination and onliStniiont. • RATKS OF PAV l'BIl DAY. After / ' i ■ . Kmbarkation •" Prior to"*' * (Including, Embarkation deferred pay) Lioutonant 15/ 21/ Sergeant . 10/ . • ;10/0 .. 'CorporAl • 9/ • ' 10/. PrivatS'*^ . 5/ " 8/ . . SEPARATION ALI.OWANCR. Separation allowaneo will bo paid to married mon who aro receiving less tban 8/per day. fcut /inch Sallowanco will not oxcoed tliejiruount nocoasary tp inako up ' the' difference between thoir. daily rato of pay, and fc/pnr day....

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAMMITIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 January 1916

MAMMITIS. 'Miiinmitis, or inflammation of thu, ud der, which occurs iu cows, ' ewes, or marcs, is caused in many ways. It may bo owiug to millc being loft too long in tho bag, a blow, exposure to cold, sudden chaugo ol' feed, too rich food, or through the young bciug'takau away (suddenly. With cows, clots of milk ap pear in the milk from a particular quar ter, tho glaiul is hot, painful, swollen and hard, aud frequently there is lame ness, of tho.hind leg. Milk (low falls away, becomes thick and yellowish, and often contains blood. The floors, walls, and utensils should bo kept cloan, and disinfected often. The affected animal should be isolated, as some forms of tho disease aro very contagious, infection may bo spread by tho hands of niilkers, cloths, or by means of milking machines. Tho millc should l>o drawn away fre quently and destroyed, and tho udder massagod after each milking. Jn mild casos, rubbing with warm camphorated oil two or threo l-iincs a day for ten .days is rec...

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 Cressve for [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 January 1916

.XIlli'RAlILW'.VYS. L(~avu Oi'i'Mv- foiv ...Monthly—Coins;' 7rctuni. iiiv J2.20.1'.nr. 'ilijllara-'L- ('.m., n» Jiiniiji-.8 l'.in- • (j.t'.i'u. O1ol:u: 7.20 'ii.ijj , I'cinn,. ■iiig J2.20 F'-in. RiKm-ii' (!*a,m., ic.. lnuMfiL.' 8'p.tn; i McJI->onVrif''-c j).m VVpill'li'Hilay—Hal!ill-ill ,0 .'V"1-! <*«*• tn'iiri1irtr«2.#0 p.m. CIpjfc £Lr>0 p.m.i, r<u'u rni rtg' 9.45• p.rfj*. ;" i\I oI (to 11 rli e . Ji.lj.m. '' - * " " ' Thnisilsty—Ba'lat;;i;"f> n.'tji., •<" tunu: i-13;.'"S.'SO p.m. d'll.if:', 7 5prii .rij, iiiij^ p.m., 'rotii/nii.iit.. 12.20 ''.loijiin! 9. i;V pari. ' Melbourne 6 plm ■ Kpila.v—I?ullat-sit 0 ,.:i.in..,, iv'urn in^'8p.m. iVlelliuuriie, ti- p.m. Saturday—GoJac'7.20 a.m.. i-o'irrn in# 12.20,. p.in. . HaUiirnt .1 p.in.-, ref hiS.'iO p.m.- Mel bourne, 6 p.m.: • Tlio wheat crops in the iWalleo ilisti ict' from Onyeii jo Murray villa will lie far above (tin estimates. Crops aro rntinifly from 4 to 8 bags to the acre, and on&...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MIDDLEMAN A NECESSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 January 1916

' THE MIDDLEMAN A' NECESSITY. Tho Agricultural Department at Washington has upheld tho coutontion that tho middleman is a necessity (says thoTrade Bulletin," of M^ntroal). This department issued a statement ro ce'ntly, whicli admits"that' every scheme that has been devised to bring tho con sumer and producer together in order to dispense with tho services of the middleman has failed, and. that ho its a necessity. Tho " New York "Packer '*• of' "1st August has tho followiug:-^-After se veral years of experiment in trying to devise some method qf connecting tho consumer with the producer, thus cut ting tho intermediate oxpense of dis tribution absorbed by tho middleman, ■tho Agricultural Department issued a statement this.wcek-that admits in Bub staiico that all tho schemes that have beon dovised to' effect this diroct con ~ noction. have failed in their purpose, and that tho middleman is. a necessity. Jt is a well-known fact that tho Go vernment at one timo entertained the wish that ...

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 THE WAY TO FEED PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 January 1916

OF RURAL INTEREST '(By "RubMcus.") :v. 1 'III® WAY TO FEED 1'IGB. •' > -Tlio last, few years have aeon quite a: Evolution' in many cuf our ideas tin 'tlio - subject m>£ "plg-fccding. XoV'bo" very long ago it :ft$B thou&lit that " atvill."' '■ -^tfhich meant a thin 'grucl "or , sotfj) * 'biade -iip vritli all-norta of things—was' fho proper filing to :fccd to thin class, ' of stoc^'">Tt**'w'iiH' also 'thought ,t}iat] rvorythiug taught'ibv6o cookoi^ wcllj; and, accordingly, uq, end of trouble anil, expenso wan incurred in preparing tlio food i-n those ways. It has been chiefly^ from experiments, and testa Carried out at many experimental stations in Amc :rienvtbat-completely different acta of .'ideas aro. uoW accepted on' the mattor. ltv was found, first, of all, that tho giv ing (if so much liquid to an animal re tarded its fattening progrens very much, and'that just an much liquid to solids as other animals requirod was tho best for pigsulso. The noxt point settled ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 January 1916

FOR WOMEN (By "Am'brofiine.") Tho lafrst lingbrio frocks aro be#in •"'''K 'to- depart from1 tho alWhite scheme, and a todch'of colour may'be introduced. Materials in , pale colour ings of blao, pink, or buigc iiro worked in with tho frock, and, certainly, in many eases, add to thu character of tho design. A white frock, showing a bo lero with scalloped edges, may bo out lined with a piping of blue, or vietix rose, and a wido foldod belt of silk might bo worn to tone with the piping. A pretty model frock showed narrow strips of tucking in palo mauve, join ing tho Hcallopcd edges on either sido of tho'blouse. These tucks ran hori zontally, and were moat effective. The ■ skirf, oC fine white uiuslin, with a deep ly embroidered border .'and scalloped edges, -was fully gathered at the waist; tlirefe broad tuck's heading the embroi dery. Beneath this skirt was an un derskirt of mauvo batiste, which just reached to the edge' of tho .scalloped hem, so completing the necessary touch of colou...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BULK WHEAT HANDLING. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 January 1916

BULK WHEAT HANDLING.. " - ' Jf the report of the New South Wales' •Public Works Committee is"favourable, It is probablo that a start will bo made with tlio Govornmont's bujk wheat -"handling schoino before the end of the . financial year. Tho Premier. has. re-' quested the Works .Committee to re gard the matter as one of urgency, and, -should^ the.report bo on the linos ex pected and'bo made availablo hi time,, tho Minister for Agriculture will intro duce tho necessary legislation during tho nest meeting of Parliament. „Tho hope of the Government at present is ( 'that a start will bo mado with tho erec tion of the Sydney terminal olovator, J with a capacity of three, million bushols, I ' " ,' in May next. -..Another terminal clcva [ tor, to be started litter, is to be eroded ;it Nowca.ftlo, but.this will have a ca pacity of only half a million bushels. Tho schelnu in its prciient form' alao provides foe' tho"crcctlon'-*6f 105 eleva tors of- smallor capacities tit various country cen...

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 — 12 January 1916

•CRES8Y STOCK SALE. • Dalgoty and Co. report:— • ■ Wo li'sl11 onr uaiiiil monthly s'oi'.k wile at Orff-iflv on Friday, .T:ir>n:n-v 7l h, hi-iii.'j Ihu naln of I lie ypur, wlii'ii wo yarded 122 L niif-cK and 2 (J head cattle. Owiii'i .to Hi" far.meifl 1>f»in«"in the middlo of their hiirvu.Ht the attendance was smaller tlian usual, butnotwiihH'andin;.' this we report a very Buucesaful day's bnsino:-H. • Pri*:e'H nhtaiivd-for Hlie'.:j> compared favorably vvit.h hitrh raiw nilin#* in'-othnr centres. 'C'iittln opened to spirited cor'njiotiti^>n, and we quickly di.spo.sod of the y,.rdin;,' !>>-.- auction al very Hausfaciory pi'ico:-. .Our Hale*?) were a-> follows—• .Sheep—|.;j 'f it, x "wos 28-. 13 wethers 27h 7d, 3 do. 20 < 9 1, 911 x owi-ii'l -Iif-1 5,y i h 28-1 Id, 57 do. 2ts 1 L t, 12.ci-.lf -ewes 23h,' 44 ajed do. 19-e 1.0d, <IO;merino ;.e wea 5 vrs 13h, 80:mi'fin'i jj;el.burn -i ' vrs 26 I/'Kji-Mer cross lambs 25-i 0 1,55 do,' 2ii-i, ,LJ-2....

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRESSY TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 January 1916

CRESSYTURf CLUB. ANNUAL MJEETING. •' The annual meeting of1 the '.. 'Cressy Turf' Club was held at the mechanics' hall last Saturday •evening. ...... •Present—Messrs C. Klein," (in •the chair)'; W. Edwards, W> W. Pierce, Ji Walton, S. HL. Mason, • : .;B. Willis, G. Ross, J. Macdonald, - F. Yarra, and E. Reilly. Apologies fp.f , ngnrattandance . were received; from. Messrs C. .James and C. M'Kenzie. • • Minutes.' «. The minutes of. the last<annual, . meeting1 were read*and'co'ftfirmed, •on motion ' of Messrs "Edwards •and Yarra.. - : Gonfesponderice.,.^/*!>. « -Frotti-E.'Bjrrne, ftsignjng .his position.as secretary- s>£ the club' ■owing to hisjeaving-the district^ He'thanked members for the. as sistance'rendered him during his . . term" of office," and wished the •club every success. " ' . . The •chairman moved that a "'letter be Written to Mr rByrne", thanking'-him for the Bervices%he had rendered-' to the club', and'that a'fainute be 'placed 'on record in the bo...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN APPEAL TO FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 January 1916

AN APPEAL TO FARMERS. ! Yesterday Mr J. Bail received the following telegram from Mr Hagelthorn, Minister of Agricul ture Melbourne, 11th Janu ary, 1916. Secretary Rural Pro ducers' Association, Greasy. The waterside workers have ceased handling wheat, except at ad vanced wages on the present very high rates. The Government cannot allow any body of work men to hold up work of such vital importance to th« State and wheat farmers of Victoria. We must now appeal to the farmers of the State to help us. How many far mers in your opinion can be se cured from your district for the work 7 Free railway passes will be arranged. Full particulars will be poated to yea at once." Mr Bell replied, stating that, as all the farmers in this district are in the middle of their harvesting, none are available at present, la consequence of the strike, no wheat is being railed te the ports for shipment, it being stacked at the railway stations.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Pioneer. CRESSY. WEDNESDAY. JAN. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 January 1916

Cbe Pioneer. CRESS*. WEDNESDAY. JAN. 12. The dawn of 1916 finds the great majority of Australians, usually sane and sober enough, some what in the mood attributed to Pat of the old Donnybrook Fair days. To see the head of an Ulsterman inspired Pat with an intense desire to break it; bo to day the sight of a party politi cian fills the good citizen with a longing to tar and feather him. Of course the good citizen re strains the impulse; he knows that it fares ill with a country when the crowd takes the law into its own hands. But he knows, also, that the many in & free country have no desire to do anything of the kind till admin istrators have shown themselves painfully feeble in a positfoa de manding strength. Australia is in no mood to tolerate anarehiat, socialistic, suffragette talkers of pro-German twaddle. It knows that the loudest of the talkers are well meaning enough crea tures, who seek notoriety even as the moth makes for the lamp light. . But the unpatriotic noto ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
£10,000,000 WAR LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 January 1916

£10,000,000 WAR LOAN. Mr Dcnison Milter, Governor of the Commonwealth Hank, writes as follows;—" In the great war in which we are engaged, the Prime Minister on behalf of the Common wealth hoa given an undertaking that Anatralia will be prepared to •end her laat man and expend her last ■hilling. Before the and of June next wa are liablo for, at least, 300,000 men, the equipping and maintaining of whom will throw npon the Qoaamenwealth Govern ment an unprecedented expend i tare which can only kope to be provided for from loan money—and each money mast bt raised within Aus tralia. The first war loan isane of £5,000,000 waa an unqualified enc cmi, the ran of £19,389,440 being subscribed. The aaaiatance of the Preiii on that occasion waa mucb appreciated. The Commonwealth. Government ia now aakiag for a aeeond loan, and although tho amennt asked for ia £1*,000,001), afl much more ai may be offered will be taken, I need hardly emphaais* the importance of the neeeaaity for ••oaring the ra...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDDING. COOK—MOWATT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 January 1916

WIDDINfl. * COOK—MOVfATf. A qaiet bat wry pretty wed4ing was celebrated U»t Taeiday weak at tho residence of the briJe'a parents, tho contracting partita being Mr A. Cook, of Badd&gianie, and Miss Nova Mowatt, alia at daaghtar of Mr and Mrs A. Q. Mewutt, railway station, Oressy, Tha Rev. A. Law ipn^taiatrd by Mr Lovell,performe<l tho oereoiony. Tha bride was given away by har father,and looked very charming in Hor travelling dress, a dainty'robe ef battleship grey crepe da ohen*, relieved with whito dachess asoosiline, and wora a very pretty hat of aeroplane and crepe de chene, trimmed with dainty posies. Tha bridegroom's Rift to tbe bride waa a handsome dressing case, and tha bride'a to the bride groom a leather wallet. The presents which inalnded a number of cheques | we're ooatly and nnmeroas,the bride | being well knawn in different parte ,of the colony. Tho happy coaplo loft by tbe evening train for Mel bourne, en route for Tasmania, where the honeymoon will ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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ACCUMULATION OF FERTILITY IN GRASS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 January 1916

ACCUMULATION OF FERTILITY IN GRASS LAND. He fore the agricultural scctiou of tho ^ ftrilis'H AnHOcifit.lon i'rofwsor Bomer villi! read a tiliort paper, Riving tho re sults of pxporitnonta ho carried out at Oxford,'. to srtiow whether any accumu lation of fortility in grusn laud accrued from U.o "Hi; of pho.iphntie, .lrwuinRS of j>;i>nr slag. Ho said:—It is well knon-n that in iiiohO cases tho application of 5-HI cwt. per acre of basic slag to per manent grass results in a inercaeo in the weight. of herbage, and especially of tlio leguniimiimo. Tlic immediate ro cut) la that, if the horbago is grazed by stock, tho area. can carry a greater number of animals, "id '"m)i individual animal makes improved incrcaso in weight. It, appeared probable that, concur rently with the rftimulim to the herbage, there would bo an accumulation of fer tility in the land, and it iH a point of interest to discover the extent of rnieb accumulated 'fertility. Five farms wore therefore selected where ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUNT MARY DECIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 January 1916

; AUNT MARY DECIDES. Up adapted , bis .swinging stride to Ik-is with • futility Unit upoke ol' much practice, :inil ho seemed not at all dis concerted by her tukmco. l'urhaps ho took K for consent. Dennett KurleigU was apt to persuado himself that the most agreoablo solution of a problem \va:i the corrcct 'olio'. ■ ( " Dili . 6'vftiv tlio oj|vnr:grccn of tho; olives look ho liko c:i|ituro'l• moonlight, or tho, waters of tlio/Mediterranean seem ho deep u blue.";-" be linked, w i:H'; cheerful cnth>irtiasoi. : ^ Helen Morion ptolo 11 swift glance at' him from between long lushes. This opening to their conversation seemed to tako her by surprise. tfhe had come oilt prepared to meot a certain question with a very cortain answer. Above all things, sho wished to got that decision irrevocably recorded' beforo anjUhing else was said, but sho recognised that it would not be an adoquatJ reply to tho youn^ man's comments on tho Kconory. ''They tiro very beautiful," "aid Helen, evenly, but he...

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 — 12 January 1916

Heal Xmas Bargains For Xmas Gifts. Something valuable for ycuraolf or family at exceptional prices for December only. Secure qne. Lara and Dwelling, comer position,cost £110. Xmas price £100 YVertheim Sewing Machine, used, but not much worn, £15. Xmas price £9. B.S.A. Bicycle, Dunlop tyres, free wheel, eiightly used, £12 10a. Xmas price £9. EciiBon Phonographt and Records, shop used only. 1. Standard, with horn, list price £7. Xmas price £6. 2. iMreside, with horn, list price £5. Xmas price £4. H. Cinch Zonophone, without horn, list price £3 17s 6d. Xmas price £8. Couch, long, strong, well padded, wrong color Bent. Original price £3 10». Xmas price £2. V: Ladies' leather Hand Bag, £1. Xmas price 12s 6d. boys' Annual, Meat Safe, Plum Pudding*, Toys, etc., at Reasonable Prices. N.B.— Above Prices for December only. S.3fi.31LcuKyvt-, mi CressyGeneral Store TYLER'S With the dwellers on the Plain* to know that it is poialbt* to Im smartly, tastefully and correcr.ly withvit having to riii...

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 — 12 January 1916

ARE YOU DAIRYING for I'ROFIT? «2CT83SaE35gE If you nro. why <lo»'t voii Instal an " ALl'A " Separator*/ Kor ov«-r M years JI*k 1«m! I ho way in uvt-rv m%am :w»imral«»r hnpiovonw'iU. yet Introdurod. Thousands of t«\stn have prov ed ilint tlin "Alfa" «1chns rlosrr than nny oilier vepjira t i»r umler ANY conflttioii s. W'rUi' for prices nnd terms. VUJvK trial with pleasure. J. BARTRAFfl & SON, dm; ISOUUKK ST.. MKL.IiOI.KNK, MWimi'iiirrr j"'"FBiBrroMii WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS" PURE AND WHOLESOME MADE WHOLLY IN HOLLAND. The Cost of a Dead Cow1 HAVE you cm worked out whal it costs yvu every lime you lose a cow ? Jttst take a pencil ami a plecc of paper and workout Ihcoifclnal c«<&t of the cow ami her annual returns against the fimmal span of her life, and ynu will *t once realise how hnpoiU ant it is tliat you should uivc yogr cow* ordinary fair heatmcnt. and protect litem auatnst the diseases and untoward conditions that Dairy Herds are fijjhlinc '...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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LANGUAGE—A GROWTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 January 1916

LANGUAGE—AGROWTH. We may refuse to admit that <«r pronunciation is degraded, bub we can not deny that it a different from the ■tandard of usage of the previous gen eration. Language, it must bo re membered, ia in all its phases a growth, •nd every living tongue .suffers change not only in form and significance, but ileo, end mora notioeeblyj porhsp#, 10 utterenoe. "I can't understand why my second husband is eo fastidious" confessed a Glasgow lady to her bosom triend Ho •oatoaIv eats anything. My first hus band, who died, used to oat everything I oooked for him." , "Did you tell yonr pretest husband •SC.,, "I*#t'« tttl IMaMu'1

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