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CUR[?]NG A KICKING COW. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 March 1916

•CUlfk\TU A KICKING COW. The method adopted by a correspon dent of a home puper ecoctually cured the . wildest of cowa from hickiug—a consummation much desired by all milkers. Ilia remedy, as sot out, is as follows:—" I'htuo cow at end of shed with her near sido against the wall, and put lier head th a'bill bow if you havo one; .then tio a stout pole a little lon ger than tho cow along her Hank by fixing ono end close up against her in front to tho manger; then tie a pieuo ol' chain or rope from tho othor end of pole to the roof (in tho same manner si8 you separate horses); then fix pieco oi' rope "to'wali, and,- uftci setting' tho cow's og hind foot back,.hitch tho ropo round the pole, and pull up tightly enough to prevent lifir getting her foot forward. Wy this method tho wildest cow is (jiiietiy milked, and, as she gets quieter, the rope can be slackened uutil tho pole can bo dono away with en tirely. J havo used this method until quite close to calving, and havo not had any bad ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CR[?]SSY HOSPITAL CARNIVAL. SCHOOLS' COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 March 1916

CRH8ST' HOSPITAL CARNIVAL. SCHOOLS' COMPETITION. Mr Roff Batterbury, of Creiay, has kindly donated ahandaorao> silver shield for competition among the various State- schools* of the district, and .the- carnival1 committee has adopted the fol- > lowing event* and - conditions control the competition ■ Programme of Events. 1. 100 yds Handicap for boys, 14 years of age. and under, li yds start allowed for each year under 14. 2. 75 yds Handicap for girls. 14 years of age and under. li yds start allowed - for eaeb year uader 14. 3. 100 yds Teams-Flag Race. 4. 75 yds- Skipping Race for girls, 14 years of' age- and under. 1J vds otart allowed for each' year under 14.. 6. High Jump. 6. Kicking Football through. • posts; 80 yds. Conditions. 1: To bo called the Batterbury . Shield Competition. 2. To be open for all State schools withina radius of thirty miles of 'Crossy; 3. Each school entitled to enter two competitors- for each event. 4; All competitors to be bona fide- scholars regala...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STRAW FOR STOCK, [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 March 1916

STJiAW IfOlt STOCK, 'J'lio value of straw as feod for stock is not always as fully appreciated as it should be. In some districts in J'Jng lund practically tho whole of tlie straw that in. |{rown upon the l'arm is passod through the ehaircuttwr, and used for feeding purposes. Straw, liku hay, • if somewhat bildly weathered, can be made no as to be relishud by the stock, when chaffed and mixed with roots, enke, and meal. Jf given in its natu ral state, it would bo pulled out, of tho racks and trampled under the animal's feet. The feeding value of straw (says the' "Farmer and Stockbreeder"; -depends upon many (^lestious—viz., the. condi tion.') when harvested, tho kind of .straw, and tho land whore grown. It is well known that atra\f from a crop that was cut whilst still rather 011 tho green side-is far more nutritious than that which was allowed to boeomo dead ripe. Home varieties of corn aro apt to produce a coarse straw, which 13 not i-o much relished by cattle, nor it it so valuab...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Pioneer. [?]RESSY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 March 1916

Cl)t Pioneer. 0BE881. WEDNESDAY^ MAKCH L Thb Inter-State eonfereDC*- of Treasurers, convened' by the Aeting Prime Minister, to eon. rider the Federal War Council's iehevte for the settlement ofre ttorried soldier# on tttelatfd, ad~ Vaneed matters atleaitone stige. Mr Higgs, as Federal Treasurer, frankly admitted that if thaend ih view is to be attained, the Commonwealth must bear a fair Jhare of the financial burden, (e could not pledge the Govern ment, but public opinion on the subject is.so pronounced that it Will ,undoubtedly agree to beir. the loss involved by advancing money to soldiers at less than the rate at which it iif borrowed. The security for the advaij.cet3 will be the improvements effected by the men!. In that way Comraon j wealth and States co-operate ; ' but if settlement is to be on the great Bcale anticipated, the Im perial Government" will also have to assume a part of the respdn sibility and to bear a part of the burden: That, because war has made it-clear that ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRANCE PUTS SPIES TO DEATH., FRANCE PU[?]S Spies to DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 March 1916

FRANCE PUTS SPIES TO DEATH., I'KANC'E l'UTS Spies to DEATH, M. Ma Ivy, Homo Secretary, has given figures regarding spies caught a.nd pun ished in l^rauco. Since tho war bogan ! 1120 persons havo been arrested for es pionage in tho military zone. Fifty five have been sontonced to-death and executed, thirty-four sentenced to torms of hard labour, fourteen to aoJitary con finement, and twenty-nine to. imprison ment. Behind the military zone 7uO persons havo been arrested for espion age, nine of whom havo been sentenced to death and executed, and thirty-thrco sent to hard labour or prison. A num ber of cases arc Btill pending. For the first time also the .Minister has giveli out definito information re garding tho treatment of aliens and the capture of spies in France. When the war broke ont there wero 400,000 for eigners living in Puris. Forty-llvo Austro-Germans were at once interned in concentration camps. Subsequently women and children among them, and males under sixteen and moro t...

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 — 1 March 1916

A Few New Lines in Drapery Department. Mien's tweed pattern Denims 4s 6d Men's extra strong cotton tweed Trousers In fid Ply Veils is Khaki Handkerchiefs 6Jd Undershirts, dark flannelette, Is 9d Towels, specially good dark one at-lfl ' Flannel, white Yorkshire, 28 inches, 2s 6d yd • Flannelette, white, tough, 30 incheB, 6id yd Calico, soft finish, 5d and 7d yd Glove a, short black, lisle, 2 domes, 2s 6d pair • Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, ladies' size, 4Jd'' ; FRUIT DEPARTMENT-Fresh, .firm, bfest procurable Apples, Plums, Pears, Peaches, Bananas . BOOT DEPARTMENT—Men's Sunday boots, sizes 7, 8, 9, kangaroo skin, leather lined, derby front, 14s 6d pair Try the original Cressy Store. Seven years and present proprietor. . Seventy years since commencement at l Frenchman's Inn. Wish the dweilars on the Plains to know that it !• possible to b« smartly* taatafully-andcojTectlv.drMsed without hating to visit either "Baliafat1 of Melbourne.' Tho proooss is simplo. Send a Penoy Postcard It will...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHANGE OF AGENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 March 1916

CHANGE OF. AGENCY. ' Messr*. Langivill Bros. ami Davico Prop. Ltd., from the 1st .January last, tooIt lover tlio Melbourne iua«tuuery business of Messrs. Dalgety and Co. Ltd., and became nolo Victorian «nd Tasmaman agents.for tlio manufactures of tlio well-known British firm of Tangycs Ltd.,' Birming'hani, ,Bn'gland, who for tlio last, 110 yearu have s.])o• cialised in tlio manufacture of suction and Town's g.'is engines, oil, benzine, and steam engines and boilers, steam pumps, plunger pumps, ,iat-lcp, . crab tvinclies, etc.- -Messrs: Dalgoty's com plete stock of •• Tl'angycs '' m.'tmifac tures has been transferred to Messrs. Langwill Bros. and Davit's1 warehouse, and, in order that all users oti " Tang yes " goods shall have the name good services as in tho past, Messrs. Lang will Bros, and IXavies Prop. Ltd. have taken over the wholo of Messrs. Dal gct.v's stall' of " Tangycs " mechanics and experts, as well as tho chief of the travelling staff. Largo shipments of up-to-date mo d...

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 — 1 March 1916

The Shine that wont rub off. As it's name implies It Oils as well as Polishes. Combines all the good qualities of the liquid and paste, ... Polishes without THEIR INJURIOUS EFFECTS. OBTAINABLE ALL STOREKEEPERS. CAPELL & CO.. Sack and BaS Merchants' m i NEW AND SECOND HAND. (W. II. CAI'KLL, late partner in the laic (Irm ol Mundcll & Co.) K™ 538, 540, 542, 514 Flinders St., MELBOURNE. Gorei-spon- Uua prompt/!/ atten led to Phone 17S0 Central.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEALTH REMEDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 March 1916

HEALTH B'EMEPIES. II' only we realised the value of cer tain- foodstuffs, not hall' the various •medicinos-would bo : required as are taken at the presont -day.1 By eating sufficient of the right kind of- i'ood, we should ho -able to keep ourselves in perfect physical health. , Butter-milk is found excellent for d'f gestive disturbances. " Celery is splendid for those who suf-' for from- rheumatism; spinach is also good for. rheumatism as Well as gout.' Lettuce* greatly' assists the • person suffering from sleeplessness) whilst po tatoes, uro found inval'uablo for }ho nervy-person. A stewed onion provides an crcellcnt remedy for a cold, or a good alterna tive is hot lemon water without sugar. Black currant jelly can hardly be beaten as a roinedy for sore throat.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR WOMEN FASHIONS SAID TO BE WOMEN 'S BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 March 1916

■FOk WOMEN (liy "Ajilbrosiuu'') fashions, said to be women >8 bane. ; Admitting that there are thousands of woinon iu Nov York who lieed'nioro money- than they now have, the house Jioi'd economics department of the Lieue Tal Federation ol' AV'omeii's Clubs as Herts that good sense would go quite as far as a money supply with the ma jority of the women of the city. The chairman of. the economics department bo states in a report published. To illustrate her argument, I\Iiss He len' Louise. Johnson calls attention to the cost of women's clothing, and the frequent changes in cut and trimmhig, which require a constant output of mo ney. She 'contends that tho fault for the present costly situation rests,' not with the liat and dressmakers, but with the women who permit their view of proper dress to bo moulded by anyone who will tawo • change of their collec tive opinions, and decide upon what fashion, consists of. ■ ' " Our' present 'rapidly increasing changes of style from month to mo...

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 — 1 March 1916

COM MONWEALTH PATENTS. -Applications for grant of complete letters patent lodged jn the following iwuos havo been accepted by .tlio com missioner. Messrs 0. G. Turri and Co. •patent attorneys, of The Kialto, Col lins Street, - Melbourne, havo prepared this report from ilw ollicinl records:— Mino Creepago Indicator.—(J. D. Hodges, Queensland, No.. HSyj.—To indicato movement.-,, a telescopic tubo is set between tlio walls and ha.s elec tric contacts, which' can ring a bell and light.u lamp. Reinforced Concrete Building Slabs. —G. Kobertson and T. Jlognrth (as signee), S.A., No. 17513.—To facilitate jointing .slabs with frajnes, the con creto is secured by wires or a netting in a. metal frame, having tongues and groves to interlock with the abutting blocks without further joining. . Sewago Access Pipo Moulding.—J. I'. J. Thornton, and J. J. Watson, Vic. No-. 155G5.— For casLug the llared top, patterns of tlio outside surface of tlio pipo are fixed, largo end downwards, on a plato over ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
USEFUL, HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 March 1916

. .. /USEFUL, HINTS. Stove Polisli,—-If a little salt is, a<lci- ! od to stove polish, it will not' rub off bo easily. To ni(iko tlijo. stove.look, bright/ add a teaspooiiful of powdered .alum, Tea.. Staias.—TOj. remove tea from tablo-cloths, . Ayliito dresses, . etc., pour boiling,'watey over the; stains,and wash in tho ordinary way, and the stain, will entirely disappear. Salt Pish.—fSalt fish may quite easily bo made; eatablo by allowing tho flsli to soak' in milk'and water, with tho flesh placed towards ,tho bottom of tho howl. If treated in this way, the salt may be speodily extracted. Tar on Cotton Materials.—To romovo^ tar' from cotton ■ materials, covor the affected parts, with butter, and allow this to remain for a few hours, so that it may thoroughly penetrate into, the tar. The garment should afterwards bo washed. Cocoa Stains.1—Cocoa stains may be removed from-linen by applying lomon .iuico to the spots.: Placn the article in tho sun, and damp hourly with tho ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CHIEF END. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 March 1916

TIIK CM IKK KND. • Silildny School lonchor: Wtint is tlio chief end of man?" Willie: 'I nslced T'ji thnl, rind ho Biiid if llio man was a writor, 'twna hid head, but if he r:m incsngos it whs his feet."

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORSE STILL. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 March 1916

'.;V > ; ' WORSE STILL; A story of honc.sl.y- comes from Dun i<Jeo.A'sinnll ;boy had tnken tho prizo tfor' (in'- exceptional!/ well-drawn rnnp. :'Aftor the examination, tho teacher, a ' litblo. doubtful, asked : . «.n "Who ■■•liolpod you ,\Vit.h tin's innp. Jnmos?" •..} "Nobody^,.siji," -said .Jamas innocent.1 ly. "Como^nottv toll me tho 'truth. Didn't your brother help yon?" . ; "No sir; ho did it alM"

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNFORTUNATE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 March 1916

UNFORTUNATE. May: Our pastor preachcd n sorjnon on iiiarriago last Sundn.v. Edith: Did it M'Pin to have a stimu lating cilcct?" May: No, on tlio contrary; it was si solemn, and convcycd so mnny warn ings tliat it broko off two engagements.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO DISPENSE WIT HORSESHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 March 1916

TO DISPENSE WIT HORSESHOES. A correspondent of tin; SclentiHc Am. ■ oriean iihlts, apropos of the Jiorsoslmiu<^ evil(JoUld not so;uo 'vay ho found for painting with sonle chemical the sole, and Qspcciully tiio edges of tho hoof, so us to toughen it, without, losinj.; its olastieity, so that road>; should not wear down nil unshod foot? It is thin springiness,' opening- -ind tihutlin^-of ■ the hoof at tho 'quarter's, ■ which takes tho jar off a .horse's foot, ami if is tho foot being bound by an iron shoo which docs not let (ho foot open-on pressure being put on it, anil li'hich also hoop;; tho frog of tho foot off tho ground, in 1 stead of tho frog acting as a cushion to tal:o off tho jar, which is the canst- of all tho hunitis, ring-bone, foundering, ete., of shod' horses. .Rubber puds, also; by keeping the air ''f t.'ie m.j. and preventing proper cleaning, are thq cause of thrush and foot diseases.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PIGEONS AS POSTMEN. TRAINED IN THE FRENCH ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 March 1916

PIGEONS AS POSTMEN. ' TKAINKI) IX 'J'HK FJIEXOH A-KMY; f j From t-lio cai'lioul, times recorded ' jn history, t.lio homing pigeon's wonder J ul -1 it ell 1 f .v of "getting homo in n hur ry" luis licon utilised in convoying mes sages. In tlio (lays of tho IMiurnohsi, iiuvigutoiH sailing 'to Kgypt released pigeon-. with iiionsagcr, to lot tho people know they won; eojuing lioino. In til.' <*-jiLli oi.iitnry, tlio Arabs maintained M p:geoii-posl. Pigeons also rendered valuable services to tin• Dutch at the siege of hoyden ill 157-1. The siego ol L'aris during the Franco Prussian war lull establiuhod tho. value ■of Llio homing pigeon us a messenger. During tlio siege 7 I balloons ascended, drying pigeons to Tunis ami other point". It "'as estimated that 1-00 pig uoiib woro sunt from the jji-ovineos to Paris during tho siege, and tliat tlio total iiuin 1 ><-r of message!. t-nrriod hy tlioso winded messengers would ina'Uu a lihrary of 500 volumen. fro snooes". fu...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. REDMOND AT THE FRONT. SPEECH GIVEN UNDER FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 March 1916

MR. REDMOND AT THE FRONT. Sl'KKG'H (}IVHX IJXDKJt KJ'HK. . While Mi- .1 oli 11 lUduioud was in Franco ami Flanders, lie kept a diary, ill which Ih< recorded all hi.' f-iw and hoard. Tim following esliael.'. hnvo been published in Kngland : , "By the aid ol n<-11 >)>]u)■<> photo graphy our iirmy is in possession from day to day of eliibor.tU photographs of (ierinan trenches. i was shown tho i ditilv Misip which is issued, on which is Mainly marked . every portion ol Uik.1 Whole intricate sVsU'lll of (IlTlllilTl tranches, sititi on which is also marked Iho posit ion ol' every (Jeiinan baUcr.v behind their lines." Mr Redmond lolls (In- slory of Iho speech which was punelnated hy air gun f hots it I "h Tiiuhe overhead: - "The Monster J''usilicr hud mareh cd on to tho ground playing Ihe 'Wear in' o' llio Green' on their hand of Ii .;.'i win- pipes, and carrying a green Irish (lag. After I had spoken n fi.'w .sen tences, tho battery on my left run...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SERVIA'S MINERAL SPRINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 March 1916

'SERVIA'S MINERAL SPRINGS. I . Onp feature of Ser.via .which, is little known, but which ouo day may malty that gallant littlo country' rich, is its wealth of jninqral springs; Willi boiuo capital and enterprise (says the .Daily Chronicle), several Servian spas might soon outdo the famous watering placets of Austria and Germany. One of tho,iii. Araridyelovats, has already attracted a considerable number of visitors in recent years, but the bnths at Kovil yaehu havo never received the atten tion they deserve. Waters of rare vir tu© aro thcro—one oontnining iodine for tlio scrofulous and rheumatic, an other with iron, another with -peculiar potency for tho cure of eyo diseases— such as might .well ninlca Korilyaeha tho finest spa m Europe,

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ORIGIN OF HONEY-MOON [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 1 March 1916

THE ORIGIN OF HONEY-MOON Tho and on t inhabitants of tbe, nor-, thorn Countries of fiuropo originated tlio custom of preventing to each' nowly marrisfd eouplo a mipply of ''lioney 'winoj" a certain quantity of which the happy pair wore obliged to partako of daily for about thirty days after tho wedding. Tho period for imbibing this delicious beverago was called lioncy jnoiith or honey-moon. Solojnon (to conductor): "Mow ma':!v rill it cost to tako mine loedle' Jowpli to tho city? Ho in only voh voni;. old." Conductor: "Ho will go for noth ing." Solomon: "And Pebecca? £li« s .uv'o and a half." Conductor: "Slio will go Ire., ton" Solomon: "Right • Vill you oblige by putting thom down at Jklortou Squaro? I vill Talk." ''Albert," said tho 'teacher to 11 small pupil, "do you know what' wind ■ is?"' •"Yos, ma'am," was tho reply! !"\Vind 13 aiy Viia't's fat .a knrrj\".

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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