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Another War Terror. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 26 January 1916

Another War Terror. fcignor Ullvi, an Ttnllan, professes to have invented a machine which, if his claim can' be fubstantiated, will add another horror to war far exceeding anything hitherto invent ed. ' According to his statement, tin; machine projects to any distance rays, designated us "F" rays, which have the power of cnusing electric .spuria upon all metallic objects with which they come in contact. Should the "F" rays be directed ii! on a battleship, the electric s nrl.'S occurring in the magazines <•1H1.se tho explosion of the ammuni tion. It would be the same with powder magazines, ammunition wag gons, loaded guns, or anything else 'containing explosives. Signor Ulivl give the following account of his lii-Ht practical experiment : " One o»ening I thought of projecting tho • F ' rays against the gas-meter. I did so, and tho meter blew up. My laboratory was destroyed, and I es caped by n. miracle. From that tlmo I mndo further experiments In a similar direction, and ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRAINING THE ISLANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 26 January 1916

TRAINING THE ISLANDERS. /fliQ Now Zealand nativo contingent at present in training at. Narrow Neck comprises ,330 nion, including Maoris, Niuo Islanders, and Karolongaus, Tiie Maoris aro boing drafted into th( camp weokly. Splendid .progress is boing mado wit.li t]jc;. training of the men. The a-tiff ofiicers aro under ; disability in connection with tho train iug of tho Niuo Islanders in not, ing non-commissioned officers who un derstand both tins nativo language and Jinglish. It. is stated tliat when the draft arrived, only ono nativo confc! speak English. Tho Nino Islanders are good workers, and when they grasp what 's required of thorn, tlie.v spring to it Iiko trained Europeans. Jiy din of patience mid tnet, and liy the use of illustrations, tho staff oflicurs have taught tho Islanders tho moaning o' tho words of command. -Tho men arc willing, aud .show a keenness for the work, -which is roally admirable. I was amusing to soo a squad cf mori (writes a correspondent) after a spe...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A BRAVE FRENCHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 26 January 1916

J: U A BRAVE FRENCHMAN. " A gallant deed on tho pur!, of tin Mayor of Yacquemouljn Ls .tluseribet. by tho ''"Petit Journal." When tho Ciormanii were in ih< neighborhood, o voting Uhlan rod into Vaequemonlin. Ho looked weary and haggard; everybody thought Jit was a dcaertor. In normal time' Vncrjuemoulin boasts by U00 :o>vr... people, but sitico tho mobilisation oiil) women and a few old men arc left. "Let's kill liijii," /shouted a woman, afiante with memories of German a.roe; tios..'. "Yes,-.lot'_H.. .ls.nt.,...aJjoiit. , hiiot': agr^j'd tho others, nnd tho young Gci; tr.f.ii trembled with terror nnd began to weep. Just, when things be^an \i tnko a dangerous turn, tho Mayor, M. Ldtlis Capon elbowed bis way ("rough she-crowd.' "The Germans aro about a m'ilo away," lio pa,id, and I unrn you all that any net of brutality will Im r • paid tenfold if tlio Germuus <-ouh hero."' Tlio Uhlan climbed into his saddle and rodo away unmolested. Tho next morning at dawn ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAIZE MEAL FOR PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 26 January 1916

MAIZE MEAL KOIl PIGS. .V trial was made at several experi mental .stations in Holland with the object of testing tho relative value of different men Is, especially maizo meal, barley meal, oatmeal, and huekwhoal men I for the fattening of pig*. Tho trial was made with 18 young pigs, nil of tho same age and we:ght, divided into four lots. The animals of each lot received respectively m much as they would cut of the dif ferent meals, and in nddiL*'o:i they al had daily, a supply of sl;:m mill; and some potatoes. Alter they were k I led, an examination of the enrensef showed that the flesh of I he p'gs fat tened on maize Has not so (inn or ■inlciible as that of tho pigs fed on other meals. Tho result is the Rime vis lifts been reported from trials in America end Oi'.nuda, and is v.-orth noting. Maize is a good food foi growing p gs, but other meals should ho substituted, either in part or al together, during the lust month or two of (ho fattening process.

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 STOCK FEEDING METHODS SOIL FERTILITY [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 26 January 1916

OF RURAL INTEREST (By " h'uslieiis.") STUCK KEKbiNO -MKTIIODS. SOU/ FERTILITY Tiio law of minimum was propound'd by tho celebrated I,eibig, and is ac cepted us nil axiom of soil fertility. Every soil contains a maximum of 0110 or titoro nml :i m'uimum of one or moro of tin' ingredients necessary for,, plant growth, Now the i;ror. th or produce of u plant is eovorod not bv tho total 'combined' quantity of nil the ingredients present in tho soil, but by tho producing power of tho essent'al ingredient present iu tho smallest pro portion, 110 matter how small a ))iirt this deficient ingredient jnuy play in the economy of tho crop. This is un derstood' on tho principle that tho strength of a chain is governed-by its weakest link. 'lTms the object of applying fert'I isers is to provide against any such deficiency, and to furnish tho crop with a full supply of readily available well balanced plant food. It is well to keep the principle "law of minimum" in mind at the present time, because ...

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 — 26 January 1916

THE RAILWAYS. Leave Cressy for— Mon<l»y—Colac 7.20 return ing 12.20 u.m. Billaratl p.m., re turning 8 p.m. Melbourne, 6 p.m. Tuesday—Oolac 7,20 ;i.m , return, in" 12.20 p.m. Bullm-at 0 a.m., re turning 8 p.m. Melbourne 6 p.rn Wednesday—Ball unit 6 a.m., re turning 2.30 p.m. Colac 3.15 p.m.i returning 9.45 p.m. Melbourne) 6 p.m. Thutsday—Ballarat 6 a.m.,return ing 2.30 p.m. Colac, 7.20 a.m. and 3.15 p.m., returning 12.20 p.m. and 9.45 p.m. Melbourne 6 p.rn Friday—Ballarat f> a.m., return ing 8 p.m. Melbourne, 6 p.m. Saturday—Colac 7.20 a.m.return ing 12.20 p.m. Bullarat 1 p.m., returning 8.30 p.m. Melbourne, 6 p.m. If jou want billheads, memo, forms, business cards, delivery books, or anything in tho.printing line, call at the Creasy '* Pioneer " office, when your instructions will 1 be-promptly attended to.

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.] HIGH COST OF LIVING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 26 January 1916

CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily identify our selves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] HIGH COST OF LIVING. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, —I read the letter of " Householder 2nd" in a recent issue of your paper, in which he state3 that he is a householder like myself, with plenty of mouths to fill. If he has a3 many little mouths to fill as I have (four), I think he will agree with me that the cost of living in towns at the present time is very high, with everything being so dear. Al though bread has been reduced a Id the 4-1 b. loaf, and meat Id a lb (there is plenty of room for the baker and butcher to further reduce their prices), the store keepers still keep their prices up, while rents, despite that there are soma half dozan empty houses are as dear as ever. But the wage of the working man does not increase, as it should do, with the high co3t of living. I believe in running all businesses on the co-operative principle, and would like to S9e that system in vogue i...

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 — 26 January 1916

BEEAC. From Oar Correspondent. A very successful garden fete, under the auspices of the War rion Red Cross society was held at the residence of Mr and Mrs R. Meredith, Ondit, on Saturday last. About £70 was realised from the sale of goods and gues sing competitions. The weather was good. Mr J. G. Johnstone, M.L.A., gave a speech on behalf of Red Cross work. The amount raised well repaid the promoters, Mesdames Meredith, M'Laren, I M'Intosh, Neale.and Miss M'Car thy, for their united efforts. The local school re-opened yes terday. The weather is mild, but Satur day and Sunday were excessively hot and dusty. Snakes are reported to be Been in the vicinity of the township. Rev. C. Angwin ib away on holidays.

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. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 26 January 1916

CRESS*. WEDNESDAY. JAN. 26. The local State school re-opened yesterday. The weather on Saturday and Sunday was very hot, over 100 deg. being recorded, but since then a cool change has occurred. The little boy, Jimmy Walton, son of Mr and Mrs J. Walton, of CreBsv, who has been ill with an attack of pneumonia for some time, was taken to the Ballarat hospital last Wednesday. ■In a news item in last isBue it is stated that a passenger was lost on the local railway Btation during a dust storm. Since then the following lines have been dis covered written on one of the walls of the building Oh land of'flies and wind and wheat, And dust storms I am forced to meet, Make it so hard to find the street, You BQUfct be known to fame. Where plains that reach from sun to 1 sun. Where shady spots I find there's none. In days to come this spot I'll shun, - For Creasy is thy name." What might have ended in a very serious, if not fatal acci dent, occurred to an Indian haw ker, Meth Singh, at the level ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRESSY RED CROSS SOCIETY Treasurer's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 26 January 1916

CRESSY RED CROSS SOCIETY Treasurer's Report. The treasurer (Mrs Anderson) supplies us with the.followingre port:—1 have very much pleasure in submitting the the treasurer's report and balance-sheet of the Creasy Red Cross Society from July, 1915. to January, 1916. As treasurer, I have kept a detailed account of all goods purchased and all monies spent by the so ciety since its inception. The committee started the work of garment making with flannel and wool, which was donated tj the society. We did not have a great account to start with, the first donations in cash amounting to £9 6s 9d. It was decided by the committee.as funds were needed, to hold a special day, and July 30, Australia Day, was chosen. This was done, and the event, -which was celebrated as Wattle Day, with a concert in the even ing to finish with, .was a gratify-, ing success,the proceeds amount-' ing to £29 6s 3d. This gave us a very good start for flannel and wool, of which most of the arti cles are made, both bei...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 26 January 1916

PUBLIC MEETING. A piiblic meeting was held at ' the mechanics' haJi on Thursday evening, 13th January, to discuss the holding of some kind of & gathering in aid of the Colae hospital. There was a good at tendance, and Mr VV. L. Edward* •«as votad to the chair. The chairman explained the object of the meeting, and said he thought they should do some thing to help the hospital, which was so mucn in need of funds. He would like to hear expressions of opinions from the meeting. Mr Koss.—I think some effort should be made to get funds for the hospital. Unfortunately that institution has suffered during the war. He had been an imate of the hospital for a few weeka, and he could not Bpeak too highly of the treatment received there. He thought it would only be right to do something for the hospitul in this district. Wliat would be the best move to make he hardly knew. Cr. Nelson. —I am in accord with what has been said about the hospital. The Colac shire council had increased the vo...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMATEUR BOMB THROWER. A TEST OF COURAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 26 January 1916

I AMATEUR BOMB THROWER. A. TKST OF COl'iUGE. M.n>> of the vi lunteer ti aiiiini; corj>:i in F.n,;land nro lit present practising tho bomb-thrower's art. 'In the volun teer :i lift'1' stnlo and .i»d°d w'1'' f°rnl" in,? fours, a iiitin ■■'t.ilf "id. trendies, til" 'I'"' llli; explosivo bomb has arisen in tho d;u knew, just .vlt.'U i!. wus needed. H provides u new, absorbing, and delightful naiim. which mii.v now be hvi-u i" full swing ill the week-end camp of «t least <>uo volunteer i-orpH. 1marine ;i ro« tnches—tmt mil nolies, but improv.M-d ones, cons tructed ubovo ground for tint ocwimmi Ix'iii hes jiil'-'l 'in.' uiioii tho oilier. ,,f the re;.',illation width, and itlioiit ■-<) yards apart. Towards tho tirst trench marches a party of eight nii-n, e-.'.eh holding in his hand u block l(iud, about l'W in weight. Voil ob-i'ivo tlmt they l""k »■ I'ttlo I pmulous and handle their bombs with „ respectful, even a K'uwrly air. Hmnll wonder if thev ilo, for...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ASTRIDE THE RAM. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 26 January 1916

ASTRIDE THE RAM. )n dohcriliiitg tin! sinking of (lie Mnjosliu Mr /Vt lunoad ISaitlcl.l. relates ;i curious incident, illiistraLinjr tin- sang I'roid of our (■•iiilor.*. 'I'lio writer f.aiy.s : —-Tliero calm) n dull rumbling sound, a swirl of, water mid steam, lor a mo ment lier green bottom was exposed hi view, mid then Uio old flagship dis appeared for ever, except for a iiuall pieeo of li<;r nttn, which remained above water, a'i I)or liowu worn lying on a shallow sandbank. As sho turned ovrr mid sank, a sailor jail the whole length of her kool, and finally salt astridn her ram, wlioro ho Has subsequently taken oil without ov.'fi getting a welling. Tho final plunge was watched by thousand:! of f,loops on sliorr, and by thousands of moil ii/loat. Jt iras a sight which will not -ou^ily be forj^oL ten. Captain Talbot, tlio moini'iit I ho .ship whk struck, rushed forward with his yeoman of /.i!;iials to seisx and either suvo or destroy the confidential signal book. This was...

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 — 26 January 1916

You'll have no regrets after you 'vo 3. purcbasod a " Bartram " Engine. He'll go light ahead, doing such sa tisfactory work for you, and Having you n u m b 0 r 1 osb shillings, that you'll always havo 0 -wann | corner in your heart for your " Bartram." Ho costs only .1(1. an hour to run, per horse power. You can havo him for £15 cash depoHit, and pay the baliineo in easy instalments. Agents for " Alfa " Separators. J. BARTRAM & SON PTY. LTD., 598 Bourke St., Melbourne. MARK MORRIS, METROPOLITAN MEAT MAnKET. NORTH MELBOURNE. WHOLESALE MEAT SALESMAN, COMMISSION AND EXPORT AGENT. RECEIVES CARCASES OF PORK/ VEAL. AND BEK!'" (TOR SAI.IC. Carriers Meet All Country Trains. Consignments can bo forwarded any duy in the wmtlt 8ALBS DAILY. , , " COLD STORAGE PLANT ,ON PREMISES. Aacouat 8 tie* Forwarded Ever? Tifoaday. "IS DELICIOUS" ——Sold by Storekeepers== 3 Grades . . . Red, Green ancf Violet (best Stone Jars Only Straw Color frorh Age BOLS GIN PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME DISTILLERY ESTA...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 26 January 1916

When you want to be careful with water, clother, or Bkin use good Soap. Lever Bros are amongst the leading'soap makers of the world, and their Soaps,Imade in Australia, are here in your own town. Sunlight Soap, 3 bars for 1«. Caatille Soap, perfumed with violets ) 3 bars Lever's pure white Skin Soap ) for 1/2 Turkish bath soap is cheaper, but wonderfully soft to the skin, 3s dozen There are cheaper Turkish bath soapB, but this is Lever's Lux, for washing woollens, 2d a packet Brooke's Monkey soap, that won't wash clotheB, 6d double bar Goldfinder, Velvet, Preservene, Nut Brown, also stocked N.B —Shop Closed Foundation Day, January 31st. Send Orders in early thi« week. the Cressy General ,ST9R|.i TYLER'S With the dwellers on the Plains to know that it la possible to be •martly, tastefully and correctly riretserl witlrr.it having lu visit either Bollarat or Melbourne. Tho process is simple. Send a Penny Postcard Jit wttl bring per Return post their Bplendidly illustrated Catalog. Choo...

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 — 26 January 1916

FOR WOMEN I By "Ambroalno.") Now that there is so little ubo for ball frocks, tlio dcmi-toiletto is the cos tume to which dressmakers arc turning their attention. Tho latter is a frock which may be worn to the theatre, to nn informal reception, or at a summer wedding. A very pretty model to be worn on any of these occasions was made in the following way:—The frock had a full skirt of white taffetas print ed with little rosebuds. Tho bolero was made of ivory white organdi, tho fichu •uul frills on tho sleeves being of tho name delicate material. The wide sash, which was worn at tho waist, was o£ soft, old-blue silk. A posey of garden (lowers was worn at the waist, tho col ours toning with tho l'rock. Tho combi nation ol' printed tuffotas and organdi was vory popular in Paris during the summer, i'rocks made ill this way are certainly both charming ami picturesque. Nothing could be! more dainty than u ilemi-toilotto frock for a girl, made from either coloured or white organdi. The whit...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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FIRING FOUR-ELADED KNIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 26 January 1916

FIRING FOUR-ELADED KNIVES. One of tlin brs| tlcfi'iiccK nj;;uiril t!n> attack nf modern iiil'an ry has proved In be wire entanglements, thousand); of JiiiJi'/i of tvliieh /;minl,the fronts of op posing iirjnics in die present war. Whenever a good defence is found, however, limn iiiuiiiin brains set to work to find mjiiu> minus of overcoming it. ."-'o well made, a ml so intricate liavn been tlio I'll :nnglemonts> however, that tho highest explosives liiive sometimes failed to elcur a way, mid the, Frotieh Iiavo hit on nil invention. This is n Kim which fin h '.ft speeinl four-bhidoil knife. Tlio knifo revolves rapidly wlion fired, and cir.s a way through I ho •strongest eiilnngleinont?., no openi 112 a wny for n bayonet charge, ft litis tlio great •lulvatrtigo; over nil oilier methods that it docs nut involve ini^i ri.sk to tlio soldiers, who formerly had to place (ho explosive bombs benontli tlio wire, w>'*h overy chanco of being fihot whita doiag so.

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 — 2 February 1916

"WOLFE'S ^ SCHIEDAM' : SCHNAPPS." PURE AND WHOLESOME. MAD® WHOLLY W .HO.LLAm You'il liave no lllllllm: "after . .' you- VQ • p ii rchasod'n I^Mgwe, --"He']! •i'jko rfght ntfeadij. doing ttach'ea-. Ltfsi actorynvork/ Jipr you? ii&t -:«;aving .you, mu m b o r l'csa shillings, that" you ill,, always'f have .ft::warm corner in your ^ ;'Acart; for^you? J ,a an Hour to ran, per lio.rso power, ^AUfe^Bvhayp. bini IfcriSlS cfrthv ^deposit, {to&p*y Jtif. balai)e«i in v,■ jcauy.- fnatflliiioito^a * Agents for " Affa " Separators. J. BARTRAM & SON PTY. LTD., 598 Bo"utke ;8t.i Meihburne. MARK MORRIS,: METROPOLITAN MEAT A^KET. •.NOBJH .MELBOURNE^ WHOLESALE M EATS ALESll AN .COMMISSION ANDEXPORTAGENT. ueCjcivks ('AllfCAsH OF TORIj:^ vbai,. and beef for sale. Carrier* Miet All Country Trains. ^ CouaignmMita can b« forwarded any .'day in the vrci k BAJ.es daily. cold storage PLAINT ON PREM18K8. A^ooaot fat*f r«nr*H»d Ev«ry Tuaadby. Stone Jars Only Straw Color from Age BOLS GI...

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WHAT JAPAN IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

WHAT JAPAN IS DOING. Tiie "Matin" publishes air interview >Mch its correspondent in Toicio lifts liaii .with Count, Okuma, tho Japanese .pronjior. <3»nnt Okuraa.said i "In.this war Franco,.. .Great' Britain, Russia, .and'-'Japan seo in the''.Germans the onertjies of hitmanity^progrcss mid lib erty." •' 'K«fctring ito JapaiiViiarticipatioii ;ijj thiT.waiy tHb .-.Japanese) .premier .said: "Japan cpuld, not seiid troopsa not pov .scssing the neopssary transport, Groat Britain aild Russia "liavo realised jtho ^.impossibility of this. . Our sympathies/ however, being as strong as-ever, wo. should .lilco at least to giyo Franco our •financial collaboration, and thus pos sibly Tiasteit-tho;;erid of tho"wftr, Japan cor;a'i»ly. riot a groat jbonucial ,power, itiut. siio has certain resources at -her, ^.disposition;' and in order to prove -'to Franco our sympathy irn should' bo glucl to give hor our lielp, however, iuodest. •; "..»•?'/ .< ■"•i- -. ■■ ' c.. "Tlio impSs...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. OPPORTUNITIES FOR MANUFACTURERS [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS^ OPI'OIiTUNITIKS 17.)If MAXUFAC- j TUKEItS The sueoosuis of tlio submarines of Great Britain, Franco and Rassia aro duo largely to ijupoitunt inventions made in recont years, and wjine of thes» inventions hare been patented not.only nbroad, but in Austral in. ■ In a recent ease tlio Patent Attorneys for tlio proprietors of tba rights, ■ Messrs 0. G. Turn find Co., Melbourne hare notified tho AILnist-er for De fence, and tho Minister of the Navy of tho Cojnmomrcalth, that tliov are pro pared to arrange ...for u licence to al Ion' of tho construction in Australia of an improved' hull for submarine boats, under. Australian potent, A<Si7, which wnssccuied in 1012 in Mi' Turn's name, and subsequently assigned to Electric Boat Company of iVciv York. A naval engineer of the United States wns tho actual inventor. Any ship building or engineering firm in tho Commonwealth, which dosires a licence under this patent may obtain the same through Messrs Turri. and "...

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