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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

F0K WOMEN (Ity "Ajiilirosinu") Iii these 'lays children nro no longer (Ino miniature models of grown up people, which was often tho case in early Victorian timiM. Certainly their froi'kH .show touches of thov existing fashion; but. that fashion in no adapted that tho result is more or less pic turesque.' -Nowadays there are artists who design frocks for the little people of nursery land, and tailors and dress makers who specialise in tiny .costumes. , Sailor. jumpers having come into fashion ,again- charming little-suits for girls niay be constructed after this pat tern. -A plain .skirt, : and ' jumper of white linen, might have n deep sailor collar and cuffs of navy linen, edged with a band of the white material. A tailor It not of navy' and white check, with a broad hair ribbon to match,, would add a smart touch. A useful frock for a girl of eight or iiino years might be mado in navy linen. Tho blouse bodice would fasten down the back with a row of pearl buttons. Fine, white hem-s...

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 XXXII A PROPOSAL IN FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

THE JET-HUNTER'S J FOSTER SON lij IKWIiN CIjAKKK. CHAPTER XXXII. • A PROPOSAL IN' FORM. Sir Richard Mortjunin Jiad ono ad vantage ovor some otljorn of his com poors. Whatever part lie desired to piny, ho knew tlio attire that would befit tlio occasion, and could, at any rate dress according to tlio character. On thu morning of tlm same dnv that witnessed tlio interview between (Ilitka Ebcrganyi and thu tw»> Daiiebomugh officials, the master of .Mortmain drove troni his house at Helst.on to Wood bum i>irsonago. He drove hi» mail phaeton, with tin- silver mounted har ness, and the two splendid hr (.'.lit bay* with blagk points, and faultless manes, and tempertf'a'! froo from fault, match ed to a quarter of an inch, and as per fect n.'i carriage horse* ran be. The very Rorvrttrt ^behind him was a model groom. ' A;i for the bnronet himself, he wore :i froo'/ eoat, evaetly buttoned, and his gloves, mid his boots, and h;s hat wero just what gloves, and boots, I'.nd a hat-ought, to b...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AILSA CARFRAE'S BROTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

AILSA OARFRAE'S BROTHER. LiY DOItOTJ IY liAIHD Ailsa Corfrao. was not reckoned J-iuau tifttl,"rind yet many tumoil to looli at hor asshc n nlkiid;,«long the parade. In long-run happ;nesn id moro: arrost J'ing'Hlwn beauty. To-v'ay tTiero was that in hen life which changed tho world !f(tr"hcrr'""and clmugoil licr for the world. ' ■ ; In' reality this i/Uning of happiness had occnpiod a foitnight. Looking liuck, ;jho lthcw that' nothing haij been fjuvto tho' shinoi'sihciJ tho1 evening bl tlitj.ii- arrival ftt tho hotol, when,, across tho rows of tables in tho diningroom, hor oyo.i had first met thoso of John Ifackor. Imperceptibly that one glanco, followed' by others during tho cjursi! 6f tho meal, left its marl: upon her soul. Slio had hardly hooded it at tho time, but' filio knew it now. .Thou there was tho next jnoriiing, when they two, of all the room, not e o.d ono small, ludicrous i,neidont,,..and bad' caught laughter ill lOiichj other's ivy;e-£-looking away ii> blush,; and lo...

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 — 2 February 1916

Western Plains Fanaen' €•• operative Society, Ltd, Crtuy. Hare everything replete anfl com plete for the Harvest seasoa on the Plains. Agents for FARMERS' ft SETTLERS' CO OPERATIVE INSURANCE CO., Of Australia, Ltd. (Registered by the State Government of Victoria,,) who are prepared to accept all classes of Insurance Risks at Lowest Rates. Will also Reeoiva W EAT AtCressy, W>-rneth, Duverney and Berrybank Stations for Louis Dreyfus * Co One of the four Agentn appointed b^ ♦Me Government for season 1916-1916. Complete arrangements tor receiving ••me rai been made, and they will guarantee satisfaction. Special Val t in Harvest Oils, Twine, &c,, and all Harvest Re quirements. S 0. ROSS Ma ger. DON'T Encourage City Prin ters. „ They are no cheaper and tb»woik is no better than the ... . ... , Pioneer'e. . . - ... DON'T FORGET We keep a big staff in the town, who apend their money with yon. The Tramp Printer la • bird of passage. Copying Books * For Billheads, Memorandums and L...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LODGED IN SPY'S HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

LODGED IN SPY'S HOUSE. A cornet in qj dragoon '.rcgiinont. luib conununicatod to tho I'etrograd press a strango story of mlvcn-uru. A squad ron of liia regiment was ordered lo slay at a small villaj'o, and lie took up his quarters at a good coiin;ry house, situated near a forest, owned ■by a landed proprietor named Karl Eikhlis. Tho owner of tin; homo I eg god I ho Itussian odieen; to bchavo at {hough they worn at homo, and became so profuso in his attontions that their .suspicion r.ns aroused. The men woie fed without still; by tho on'ler of lCili.li lis, hut tho captain gavo instruction* tluu thc-«.'woro oh' 110 account to drink any wino or beer. ,'£lio..captain rot/red to rest, but could not sleep. About two o'clotilc in the /morning lie tool, his revolver ami wandered into (lie courtyard. Tho sentinels were awake, •and inf&rmod tho ofiicer that nothing oxeiiing had occurred. Tho captain entered the forest, anil sftw at' a small distunco away a jny.i * torious'light, wlii...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPORTANT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

IMPORTANT. ■ Concerning some parta of the •IWtrict news comes bat lehlom Thie i> not the fault of the Editor, for he haa no miracnlona pawar of knowing what ia happening in all the araa of eircalalion. It If the fault of r»aidonta in the iiilent plricea Will some man or woman take/ the matter in band and caaae the alienee te caaae ? If no one elae ta dbinp it for yonr district will YOU try on t.he*e lines ? Bend. uceonnta of pnblic and accinl eventa in year township or ueipbborhoad, nail afi weddings, deaf he, accidenta,caa«arta. matters touching the indaatrlea^ete. Write year name in aeme* corner; .tot for printing, but for ge*4 faith., Writ* the name* of persoap very. Hitioatly. Do not' bother^akaat; grammar or ep<sllin* ; It la ' th» fCditor'a w«rk to loek after thee* 'riflea. The -barest akeloton, ia though.. Write-on one .aide, ef tha •iaper only. ,Gjre information, bat let 'crjticlem alone- - :

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JEWISH APPEAL TO NEUTRAL COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

JEWISH APPEAL TO NEUTRAL COUNTRIES. The l'nris " Tempi) " of ttoptombor j liftli prints tho following appoal, pre pared and signed by this (Jontrnl Con sistory of I'n-nch Jown, to down living in neutral countries:— •' Wo down, who, during centuries, have been victims of injutitico "and 'of disregard of right, have more reason I than till othora to condemn, in tho name of the etermil Ituvs proclaimed by tho prophet^,tho violcuco dono lo our ooun' try...-: "Tho reality of war has booit im posed upon peaceful France. Jn orilw to remain faithful to hor ido.il otl peaco And of tho development of democracy, who linn undergone tho repeated threats mid provocations of an impiaeablo foo, wlio.wan preparing, to strike hor numo from the lint of gre&t nations. IlrutaUy attacked, France struggles to-day for her cx'mtonco and for.lier liberty, ns well iih for the liberty of tho people who struggle. by h(!r side. " .lews of iioutrnl countries, could yon witness without sadness and an guish...

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 IS WANTED. CONDITIONS OF ENLISTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION ARY FORGES. EVERY MAN PHYSICALLY PIT IS WANTED. CONDITIONS or KNt.I8TMR.VT. I Aro ... ... 18 to 45 years Minimum Height ... 5 feot2 irichos Chest Measurement .... S3 inches Persona desiring to enlist, should apply at the. nearest Town Hall, Shiro Hall, Drill Hall or. Recruiting Depot, where arrangements will bo mado for medical oxaminntion. Persons who are considered suitable will bo grantod free railway ticket* to the metropolis for final mcdical examination and enlistment. RATfeB OF PAT Pm DAT. After Embarkation Pp<?r to (Including. , . Embarkation deferred pay) Lieutenant 16/ 91/ Sergeant 10/ 10/6 Corporal •/ ■ 10/: Private -8/ •/ ■KrAIUTION ALLOWAKCI. , , Separation allowance will be paid io married men who are receiving less than 81 per day, fcnt eueh allowance will not exceed the amount necessary to make up the difference botween their daily rate of pay ant} 8/ per day. . ■ Subject to this limitation the amount* payable aro as. fpllowe (a) For ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ADMIRAL'S LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

THE ADMIRAL'S LUCK. in Mr. .1. B. '/'JiomliiH'» book, " Ad ventures in Africa," there is a humor ous- story of ;iii admiral who rout1 in spile of Ii is lack of experience. " A young cadet in the J'ortiigue.se navy was given worlt at the admiralty, and, without ever having been on board ship, rose to be captain and ultimately ad;uiro,l. When iho King and Queen ol Portugal went on a visit to Tangier, ho was charged with the duty ol' taking Ihein there, and hoisted his Hag accord ingly. Tho captain of the boat natu rally went to liim for orders, :ih to which tin: oflicebred admiral was in a state of hopeless -innocence. He par ried questions ami solved difficulties by telling Die caplain to act for liimself. On arrival at, Tangier the captain anlted how many cables he should put out, and the admiral, in a rjunndary, answered— • " ' All.' " The order was obeyed, and the Portuguese boat became the laughing Block of foreign battleships as cable after cable was run out. That night a hurric...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HUMAR NATURE. ECCMNTRICITIRS OF THE CARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

NUIAR MATURE. • — - Bccwrnicrriss or mm : •tlMAT. I* aa iifaMrttag article In Um "Hew Tar* Trim," aatitiad "Ka eeatricitfca af «ha Gnat," Mr. Ed win TmiIwi , )iwili a Ilat af c citable paa»te *tu> have alt*vii •uliarttiea mt aaia awt or aeeUw. Koat. tha 0«rtM>\ «i«t*(*ys4tiee< tea aaya, atanda »t Ik* ka4 ml tu da^i ml t0v\f great wmMcMm. Om of Kant'* hobMaa in Ikt w4 «l Ukki| eara of himaaif «m U »foM gartefa.', Hs parroittari no ligature to W ptatat • — >or part of Ma Mj, laariag l« hladar ta Ua ilifltt ■( dagraa U» ilrealtiiM af the Maod. Ha feuad U —wir? at tha am tlaaa to haap ap hta .aiaiMaga. *• ha IM ktlii thaan, t*4 hW*i 'a* My' ka war« a iwlihiw Hal mmf h> mW a k«« «ii4l«i. aian «Wt NHkM aa aagtar'a Mi with ' a ^itear. »M* MiiaiM tt« bat ae Uka^i Ifcl W Ma •naftara tWt the *Wk>M . cat to pkay. ■MMrt aawta, bad a* raghaMt..,,** laat a «aaaaa(v waa aa* ta Ma' ^Mtf. 9k* violinta* «aitta« Ul ha'*"* |aa t» had.' " VtfiiM'i aaaaalrtctqp aw laaal 'hfca _ ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WASTED EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

WASTED EFFORT. I.Iamnm : "Tommy clout, your Aunt Mary will bo licro for dinner toilny. Bo Ktiro nml wnsli your fuco nnd linnils boforo coming to tlio tablo." Tommy: "Yon, motlior"—hcs'tnting y—but snppoao slio doesn't come."

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 — 2 February 1916

THI RAILWAYS. ^ LmVi» Cresay for— Monday—Colac 7.20 i».no., return . Ballarat.l p.m,, re turning S p.m. Melbourne, % p.m. Tneaday—Oolac 7.20 u.tn , T^tnrn. ing 12J20 p.m. BaUitrat '6 re. taming 8 p.m. Melbourne < pjt "Wednesday—Ballarat 6 a.m., re taining 2.30 p.m. Colac 3.15 p.m., returning 9.45 p.m. Melbourne, 4 p.m. . X.Thotsday—Ballarat 6 a.na.,return ing 3.30 p.m. Colac, 7.20 a.m. and 3.1A p.m., returning 12.20 p.m. and p.m. Melbourne 8 p.m Jfriday—-Ballamt 6 n.m., retarn iag t p.«. Melbonrne, 6 p.m. Saturday—ftolac 7.20 a.m., retnrn ing 13.20 p.m. Ballarat 1 p.m.> returuing 8.30 p.m. Melbourne. € p.m.~ I ' . It jon want billheads, memo, forms, business curd?, delivery tiooks, or anything in the printing line, call at the Greasy " Pioneer " •afice, when youfc iiiatractiohs 'will fce 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
PICTURES UNDER THE SEA [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

; .PICTURES UNDERJHE SEAI' .! ; Thanks to .tho invcntivq senilis- of ' a Scotch .-^xucripnu. tic.a-ciip.uiin, Chiis. Williamson, ofi ■ iiarfollc," Vancouver, the most nmnzing pictures of life under tho arc now, boing shown txi.tlin publi:.'.. C^p:«in''W.iliiy»»y/> "cqneoiyta ■ tho .idea jfor ;hi» invention, which j;v ill nlloivi im.'iV tu jiieswiul \huj.iflredf< oft fret u ndm-, tho..'water—j-far loyond..the, utxr most limit of uny .diver—rand remain there ,frii\: hours without'danger or dis comfort, exploring aiul photographing, durMji Ji. pff 'Iliu storm, lmd..s;o/ »uaiJi<'tU,'thoU'li'l' ■s t hacklier BidQ'«?aiiis,„ &<pr line/!had' openedj ami wafer, was pour ing in. Williamson realised thin those sciuii,..must, ho CKuIiud ' immediately, /and ho had,, hijiisuli lowered over tho ■jido in a.'loiigj V»"ivas hng. Ji;tpd: ,wj.tb ;ic^ liko i\ br«ccli«» buoy, and sleeves, and a glass .window .for liim to *<"* ' tlii»i!7,h. Hy'this me...

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 WORLD'S FRUIT. TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

_ — ——p '■ -' SOF'ftUjRAL INTERpiST • • (By " Ru'alicus.") THK WOULD'3 FRUJT. TltADK. I An interesting digest of the world's' fruit trade, and the part, played by . " Italy therein, has" recently''boon pub lished."' ™Jt appears" that 'the Valiio of, tho world 'n export and import trade in • ;frcsh frdit is about"3-i million-pounds sterling, and of this ■ amount owe-half represents tho valuo of Great Britain's imports. vNojct'in rank as an importor Germany, which, in 1012,.took; from s.thc rest ol ;the^.woi']dvfrtiifc.to:tho value of 1"J million ji'otyWfc-.TAtJ'tiif"iES&I 'of tho list of exporting countries stands Italy, which exports fruits to tho valuo 6f upwards of nine million"pouu'ds ator ! 1?'%;' 'Spain ii'iul""tho' ttalteit' fcliates are ' see'oJul anii third, .'with about llvo mil : lioii pounds'' worth' of ox-pVrts; and tho coui'itVy which' exports least Js.. Oiir inany. Great Britain's exports stand at oiio and three-quarter millioiiH, but.this . figuro iticittdos r...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUCH A-. TIUFLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

SUCH A-. TIUFLK. Tho young u'it'o f/nzod iiito her hus band's oycs, "Jumps," blio began, VJ'01' Know how I imyo boon scraping and sifring all tlio winter for my now summer cos tunic?" ~ ' "Yes," said . tho. man, "I know." "Well,' sho went on, "I've deeided oil it now. It is.to bo niado of pnlo grecil broad cloth, and- it wilt cos/t ifsoven guineas. I wnnt you to help mo a little." . "How much do you need?" inquired tho husband warily. "I've not it all but five pounds ten."

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEARER DRUGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

DEARER DRUGS. Lruy'-' demand, shortage of skillod la bour, Hie difficulty of obtaining now plant for their manufacture, and, most important of all, the impossibility of obtaining cheap' raw materials; aro the chief reasons, according to tho manag ing director of one of tho large firms of mamifacturing chemists, of tho great increase i n prico of practically all drugs. -One large group of'drugs, it lias boon .explained, is made in'normal times t'ronf .by-products obtained at little cost in" the. manufacture of, more valuable •substances. .Aspirin is an' example. Since t.«var the by-products from which aspirings made liuve boon unob tainable as cheap by-products, niul have had to be made specially at a;greatly increased cost. Iji othor eases, wkoro wo have attempted to. product) in Kng land drugs hitherto, imported, wo liavo had; to .sot up spocial iliachinery. The result is tli!(t wo cannot mako enough of certain drugs to meet tiio' demand.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A RECORD HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

A RECORD HARVEST. The practical assurance that rthe Victorian farmers would reap the benefit of the record harvest ' .and ah exhortation to them to prepare to surpass next season the achievement of this formed v the subjects of a statement from -the Minister of Agriculture last > Friday..* Mr Hagelthorn said :— "The gathering of the 1915 har vest is now practically completed, . . and.it is fairly certain that the yield will considerably exceed ■60,000,000 bushels and easily /es tablish a new record. The acre age sown to wheat (4,000,000 • acres) represented ari increase of ■over 35 per cent, over the pre «rieus higheit record, and the ag gregate yield wiH probably prove to be 60 per cent, greater. This result is due to the favorable ssason ; to the. energy and enter prise shown by the farmers, and •to the financial assistance given 1>y the State Government. The farmers have responded magnifi cently. . to the appeal for a in creased acreage made 12 months, ago. In view of the m...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] STesk hall [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

MWftV «TMK Mkli i. f. Md Ol. «!■*: On Friday, 21*1 January, wr held our usiutf monthly aale of •toek it oar Creasy yards, vhem w« yarded 130 head of cattle audi 400ahee». A. feature of tha sale was a special draft of cattle aant in bjr Mr W. T. Row*. These cattle were sent in by the owner from' his Lake paddoek, naar Crassy, ■and were much admired by a< large attendance of district gra ziers. .5 The sale opened to exception ally keen competition, and every lot offered brought high prices^ We have no hesitation in report ing this aa tha best Bale we have ever conducted. , We sold and qaote—8 4 yr old' bullocks £2112s 6d. 6 3 and 4 yr old bullocks fat and forward £19, 8 do. £17 5s. 12 do. £1710s. 12 2: and 3 yr old steers in forward condition £1412a 6d, 14 2 yr old steers £11 7a 6d, 16 IS months old steers £812s 6d, 1 Shorthorn heifer with calf at foot £17,3 fat cows £13 7b 6d, 6 do. £12 15s, 2: do. £12 5s, 1 do. £1210s, 2 store cows £910s, 8 H yr old heifers £10 7s 6d. 5 d...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RACING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

RACING NOTES. The Picnic meeting of the Crtisy Turf Club promises to be a huge success. The officials visited the Euraok meeting on Saturday last held on the Beeae course and interviewed owners* trainers, riders, etc., and received promises of good entries and attendances. At the request of several Colac owners who purpose sending hor* see to compete at Creasy, ths committee are arranging for * [ special train to leave for Colas after the races on the 13th. Nomination forms have bee* written for from Cape Clear, Berringa, Geelong, Colac and Camperdown, hence the secre tary'shopet run high for record fields. ! The booths, too, are causing a bit of competition in anticipation of « good attendance. ! The committee and stewards are all "old 'uns " at the game, and with a real live president at the helm patron* can be assured that all matters will be well looked after. ..

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. FBB. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 2 February 1916

ClK Pioneer. CRMSI. WEDNESDAY. FBB. 2. Owing to the high priCM ruling for sheep and cattle in this dis trict, the general opinienis that meat will be dearer this winter than ever it has been Mere; ~ Factory batter is geiag up in prise. Yesterday it waa selling ; at la 7d per lb. in Creesyi aad i there is every probability ..sl it I advancing still higher; in priee I before very long. 1 Arthsr Roy Willis, of Cressy, enlisted at Colae on Thursday,and I will probably be going into camp in a week's time. Charles Walker, auctioneer, Ballarat,has to let for cultivation 260 acres of splendid wheat land near Creasy. ^ A novel encounter withii Make was experienced by two men of the railway station recently. It appears that as Messrs ,£dwards and O'Brien were walking across a paddock near the station they ■uddenly came across af'snake in the grass, and it made for them. As there were no sticks about to kill it with, Mr Edwards took off one of his boots andaimeditat the reptile, but missed it....

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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