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TOMMY'S FRENCH WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 March 1916

TOMMY'S FRENCH WELCOME. '■ In 'tho early days of the war, when ;ijiipHsli troops were first linniin^ in ir.niiicc," tliuy , were often grcotcd by .their..nllion in the .Vrencli fashion—wills eager.'lutmcs ami embraces. An Ameri nun vwlio .ivRiicascd the debarknlia'n of a troop of tall English cavalrymen, laughed l:o tearfulness—so ho reported nl'lenvardH—at tho spectacle of small and excited Frenchmen excitedly wtiv iiiff liUlo Knglish (lugs, and reaching .Upi:„ur actually jumping up, to smack tile'abashed UritonH iirut mi 0110 cheek" and then on the; othi.-i". Tho victims of tho, affectionate onslaught endured it patiently, although linljiippily; occn Hi'oually a resolute sull'orer would even .yield to (lie point of ronproi'ally put .ting a l<'rclicit back. lJut no ItisHOH wci'o. rooeived, even when bestowed i withlaughing audacity by pretty girls, I dashing out of tin; crowd for tin: pur i poao, and hastily dashing back. The I oiily difference- was Unit the man-kissed I...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 15 March 1916

: —-r: ■ — ( MARK MORRIS, METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET, NORTH MELBOURNE, WHOLESALE MEAT SALESMAN, COMMISSION AND EXPORT AGENT. RECEIVES CARCASES OF PORK, VEAL, AND BEEF FOR SALE. Carriers Meet All Country Trains. Consignments can bo forwarded any day in the week. SALES DAILY — COLD STORAGE PLANT ON PREMISES. Account Sales Forwardod Every Tuesday. /p5 JM VS S-h iraw PURE & VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS m Syr ■if; Pure French Cognac. The Original House of Stewart, Edinburgh, FoCsndcd 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP—"DRINK STEWART'S" Tho Ujgh Qality—Low Prlco Mill it 's Hteol, fell grtlvaiiMi.'d, interim! gfcjrod, jUtluil vv'th ior^oil or&nt poaitivo brake, acuuitivi- govwuor, riuow mljio bearings, anil ufiicioii lubrication. One RtiBtomor lias pure banc J Hi uullti. tJcorou piirchaaoit 30 to -AO. AL1 givu ii.'ilirffnation. 6 It. Mill, V7ght. 3301b. • ■ • £6 8 ft.,Mill, Vfght. 4201b. - - - H 10 ft. Mill, wglit. 020115. - - • tin Other Hizoa in proportion. Tower...

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 — 22 March 1916

"CHALLENGE" Xho High Qallty—Low Prico Mill It's Btcol, al! galvanised, internal gearud; fitted with forgod cran) positivo brako, BenBitivo governor, ronowable bearings, and e/Ilciort lubrication. Ono cufltomor hug purchasod 11? millg. Scores havo purchtBod 30 to 40. All givo natisfaction. 8 ft. Mill, wght. 3301b. - - - £3 « ft. Mill, wght. 4201b. • • • C 10 ft. Mill, wght. 5261b.'• - - *10 Other Sizes iu proportion. Towor*, from li. Gilt Catalog. Pumps, Piping Trooghs, Tanks, Tank-stands, ar Rc:ccii8orioB stocked. Our Export will inepoct Bito, quota prico, and oroct if roquirod. Ordor NOW Beforo Prlcos Blis. I UMGWILL BROS. & DAVIES, PTY. LTD., 110 Sturt St., Princes Edgo., Melb. > .... .. o Win. Morgan & Co. 260-6 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE Telephone, J006. Established 40 Years, JM ANUF'ACTUREIIS of Tents, Tarpaulins, Rick Covors, Flags, etc. Also nil of Iho abovo can be liiul on Hire. Verandah and Win down Blinds. Importers of Canvas, Duck, Twine. P.untinjj, etc...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER [?]I. "I OWN I WAS WRONG." [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 March 1916

OH A ITER l,r , - ■'I OWN I WAS WH.O.VG -' On tho day on which tho medical magistrate wated in vain for tho ix iippearanto of tin.' accuser ol Sir Kicli aid Mort;uain, Don called at tIn- par sonage of Woodbtirn. Ho had been a frequent visitor there, when he wore his bailor's garb, or tin; rod woollen shirt and rough clothes of tho jet hunter, and came to study under the auspices (if kind, learned -Mr Laiigton. Jfo was now in the usual attire- of a gentleman, • but there was a sadue .s in his bright young fuee that only dftted from tho d:iv when his hopes oi Violet for hi, wife had been ruddy dashed away. "Is Ml- Marsh at home:-" Doji asked. Servant:; know most things. I he very housemaid of whom Don asked tho question knew all about the en gagement and the. guardian's harsh ness, and bated Mr Marsh for his cruelty in "coming between young lovittR hearts like theirs-she a sweet voiing lady, and he so like* a lord, as the housemaid Imd often remarked to her fellow servants over the so...

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 XXXX. A BROKEN APPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 March 1916

THE JET-HUNTER'S FOSTER SON ClUl'TEil xxxx. A MtOKEN APPOINTMENT. Za August, as tilt* almanac informs ,'Z, and us soiiiu of us know by experi ence, tho sun still risos eariy, and the days are yet long. The day, tliat -siie ooedcd Crouch's denunciation of Sir Richard Mortmain at the oflico of tin; clork to tiio magistrate,, for that riding of tlio county was a very long one for Dr Leader. It was also a very uneasy day for Lawyer Sliut. l!ut there was a difference between the feel ng-» of tlio two. Lawyer Sturt ought not, ws.according to tho fitness of things .to havo been a lawyer at all. lie was a brisk littlo man, who might have been a pushing commercial traveller, or, possibly, promoter of a newiy in Ma ted City, company, for the doing of, say anything, for noxt to nothing, a"1' with several hundred thousand pounds of capital. But he had not a. lauyci liko intellect. To puiti'-h poor rogues, to repress vagrancy, poaching. window breaking and rick-tiring. Jn'1 hint tho Alpha and th...

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 — 22 March 1916

[A CARD.] NURSE GRAY, " Locmmum," BEEAO. AMM»m9d«tion for Patients. ;|J. GANGELL, i JTRUrBRMUFl A ttRKBNSBOOB*. ; TOBAOOfNIST, STATIONER, ud HEW3 AGENT, DuvsBNinr-«xun. 0RESSY. Tfa« Beet of ■rarythug Kept. Fresh Supply Ml;. (Swioe Confcetionery. BsnaMr I>rink». j HI8H riSH erory Tharad&y ihrovirli tlM wiatcr. I Agent for The Cr«ssy Pioneer, The Age, and other Newspapers. Books, Magnifies. and Periodicals on sale. All School Requisites kept. Tobaecoei, cut and plug, Cigarettes, and Cigars stocked. Order* faithfully attended t». Apples from 2s a case. A. G. PROUDFOOT & TURNER, Barriatera mnd Solicitors, COLLINS HOU8K, 880 COLLINS STJ, MELBOURNE' MR. TURNER visits Creasy REGU LARLY on the FIRST-SATUR DAY and following Monday in each month. Creasy Agent—JOHN M'KENZIEI Land and Commission Agent. Kkxo>u, tho Bapid Hoaler, in a dire enemy to Ecmuiii as well tin to all othor nUin di«w<ie«. Rexona will make your skin hoalthy, destroy tlie gonun of the diwuso ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAMB-BREEDING TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 March 1916

LAMB-BREEDING TESTS. (By H. C. Wilson, Manager, and A. J. Whelan, Field Officer, Research Farm, Werribee. The development of the fnt-la.mb industry during the past ten years brought into prominence the prob lem of the most profitable type of lamb to raise for export purposes and local trade To test this matter was the object of a series of experiments commen ced three years ago at the State Research Farm, Werribce. It is in tended to continue the tests for a further period, and in tlve meantime to briefly review the results to date. The principle followed was to se lect first cross ewes of uniform qual ity and to mate these with represn tativc rams of different breeds. The main objects of these tests ! were briefly x. To ascertain the comparative market values of the various crosses. 2. To compare the values of the | fleece of each cross at shearing, and 3. To test the prepotency of tho various rams used. Lincoln merino first cross 4-tooth ewes of uniform type and quality «ere secur...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR WOMEN TIRED FEET. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 March 1916

FOR WOMEN (By "Ambrosiuo.") Ttiusri IfEET. Wlion an* hg.fc much walking In do during: tliw hot weather, says nil Aus tralian ivi'it.e.-, tired and aching Id.'L ; *re t,lio rulu rather ihan tin- excep tion with most of iu. ( iiitvc found tlio following i>laii v'seeeding'y clt'ei! tivo.—lleforo 1 go out for n, very long Walk I rub ;i Jittlw methylated r,j; 1 r;t well into tho sole.1 of my feet. I do llio shjiiu on (joining in. Voii luivo no , idea how refreshing it is, mi:! how it lieljH t ocure any undue M'jisitiv(.']ic.->.s and iircvents the tonmnioii of blis ters. I uover go out I'yr \ ery long J walks in thin silk stocking*, ior not only IK this a most extravagant pro ceduro, walking causing them to wear i into holes, hut thin stockings are very tiring to the feet. 1 wear a speeif.l uvakj of very light merino for my long trnjups in tlio country—my till; ones I ki?q> for dressy occanioim.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 March 1916

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ' A harvest festival service m held at Foxhow last Sunday. The church was prettily decorated for the occasion with grain, fruit and flowers. The ehurch uilding was crowded to the doors with an appreciative congregation. A ser mon was preached on the " {teeming wastefulness in the natural world." Mrs Andersen sang "Angels ever bright and fair," and Hisses Spalding and Nelton sang a duet. A special of fering was taken up for home missions. At Creasy on Sunday, March 19, spe cial services were held morning and evening in connection with the child ren's anniversary. Large congrega tions assembled at both services, and heartily enjoyed the tuneful singing of the children, wh» had been carefully trained by Mrs Anderson for many weeks beforehand. Addresses were given on the " Value of the first im pressions made on the child's mind"and on "Friendship." Next Friday night the anniversary will be concluded by a concert to be given in the public hall. The proceeds will be ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SIMPLE JOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 March 1916

SIMPLE JOYS. Tito farm wifp is tho busiest, woman 1 in tlio country. Yot she could find llio j tiruo to tell her babies ;i good-night story or play tonic gsmio wiili tlicm in tho cvuings. It only takes pfilini'"1 fifteen minutes, ;m<! suroly I lint i* due you and your children. Xulliih^ is of more importance thn.ii I In? .souls of your children, and if. yon deny I hat daily pleiisuro to them and lo your self, you ),iot only warp your own foul, but you tako aw;iy from your children tho things that will leach them how lo lint tho greatest joy out of living. Living is hard at bert, but if wo can loam ^ littlq of tho joy of life each day, wo liavo gained tho "yreat. se cret." Sit down oil the lloor and play with your children—bo a child with them--and UieyTn turn will carry that to their chifaren, and lifo will grow richer and happier all down tho lino lioennno von know how, and did play with your children. —Kchvina Mary Lnymau.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOSPITAL CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 March 1916

HOSPITAL CARNIVAL. The I.O.R. Tent In Creasy haa kindly offered to stock the soft drinks stall at the Carnival, look after same, and do nate the whole of the proceeds to the Carnival. Well done, ye water drink ers. A very handsome offer, and the committee are very grateful. Arrangement* are being made for two friendly contests of a high class order. Between W. Daly, of Berry bank, mnd V. J. Teese, of Cressy, in a leg chopping contest, and in a sheaf tossing competition between P.J. King, of Duverney, and M. J. O'Connor, of Cundare. The shire council haa kindly consented to proclaim a public holiday for Carni val day in the towns of Colae, Beeac, and Cressy, and requisitions are now being prepared and interviews mpde to get all the storekeepers to close so as to enable their employes to be present at and enjoy the Carnival. The lady collectors are busy on the job now, so the committee bespeak for them a kindly reception and a generous response to their appeals. Every class of goods, ...

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 — 22 March 1916

USEFUL HINTS. In hot weather many peoplo'aro troublod with lnoixt hands. 'l'o allor. viato this trouble, after washing, club ! tho insido of tho hands with a piece I of rug moistened with a .mixture of 1 I j ok tincturo of belladonna and I ox. of ] can tio cologne. llofm-o putting on kid gloves, dust thn hands witli powdered | club moss, and sprinklo a little in the ■ glows. A teaspoonlul of pine glycerine taken after meals is said to be a cure I for indigestion, and suiTerors from this trying ailment should sweeten their tea (if tho,y tako sugnr) with glyce.r ine. Another remedy is half a wnall tea spoonful of bicarbonate of soda in about a third, of a tumbler full of water; it counteracts aediily, and is generally benefiejal. Alter M'a bathing, the hair eiiiiires ffloio fc.baii usual attention mr it will got hard and sticky; it should bu rins ed in eold water after tho bath, and about oneo a week should bo washed with a shampoo powder. A little odor Icsh toilet paraffin rubbed iut...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUEEN OF CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 March 1916

QUEEN OF CARNIVAL. Tkii competition i« now in fuli awing, with voting card* and ballot paper* everywhere. Although practically only m da> has elapsed since the cards were issued, yet the progress returm, bo far, MISS LANCASTER. Berrybank 87 MRS E. M. M'KEE, Rokewood .. 93 MISS OLLIE PIERCE, Cressy .. 1C6 Avery gratifying opening. A fur ther report will be published next Wed nesday, hence all purchasers should rally round their nomination.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHOCOLATE CUSTARD. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 March 1916

OFIOOOL.VTK UUSTAIU). A rhocolnto custard may be varied in tlie following manner: float up Uio yolks of four eggs with four table Bjioonfuls of sukw. Add a little salt nnd vanilla flavoring. and stir in four cujin of jnilk. I'our tlio «i»tard into nix custard cups, and into oath stir a t^blespoonful of grated chocolate. Put tbo cups. in- . a pan containing water, and liaku in'a moderate oven. TJto chocolate will riso to flio lop «f tho custards. These, custards are ex cellent for a chnngc.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANOTHER MEETING. FARMERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 March 1916

ANOTHER MEETING. FARMERS' UNION. At the conclusion of the wheat meeting on Thursday afternoon last at Cressy a meeting of farmers was held to consider Mr Alex. Robert •on'e suggestion of forming a Far mers' Union. About 40 farmers were present, and Mr J. S. Bell was voted to the •hair. Mr A. Robertson . explained his idea, and emphasised very energeti cally the need of combination among the producers, Messrs D. H. Gibson, W. Ritchie, W. Taylor and others spoke in a •imilar strain. Correspondence was read from the organising secretary of the Victo rian Farmers'Union,and eventually it waB decided to write to the latter body asking them to send their or« ganiser np to bold meetings in the district with a view to forming branohes of the Farmers' Union at Creasy, Rokewood, Berrybank, and Liamore. Mr 0. D. Ross was appointed sec. pro. tem., and arrangements were left in bis hands to complete. The producers present were very much in earnest,and the enthusiasm shown predicts a successful ou...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FREE RANGE FOR FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 March 1916

FREE RANGE FOR FOWLS. 1 i fc range is out1 of tlio fjfroutosI. as sets ot |lm poultry I'jirtitcjr or eumni'M riul j j o u 11. r y m ;i 11. Ch'ckens on free . rango iin: always hardier, in or o vigo j l'ou::, ii ml loss susceptible to disease, 1 III! II wIlOU kept, Confined ill Hlllflii Vai'd.S or jiiiiik. The youngsters should bo j taken Jrom the small pons or brooders J an moo ii as Hum- are able t0 ,,;lro for themselves. I.eft | .i run on (ho hi ml, they will exercise constantly, and grow info strong, vigorous cockerels and pnl lots. ; Along - with increased vigour, increas o-l hatches may also bo'attributed tn thu use of free range for poultry. Kx | periin»ents show n higher porcenlngn of fertility from range fowls than from confined birds. Kggs from pens of : Strong, vigorous hens and rocks will al ways give more and better hatches than eggs from weak, diseased slock. Chicks from range fowls arc usually thrifty, sturdy little chaps, and will make rapid growth and (puck gains. Co...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BIG MEETING Of FARMERS. REDUCTION IN PRICE OF WHEAT DISCUSSED. MOTION TO STOP PLOUGHS NOT PUT. MEETING ACCEPTS HON. F. HAGELTHORN'S EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 March 1916

BIG MEETING Of FARMERS. REDUCTION IN PRICE OF WHEAT DISCUSSED. MOTION TO STOP PLOUGHS NOT PUT. •" 1 i MEETING ACCEPTS HON. F. ■ HAGELTHORN'S EXPLA NATION. I The biggest meeting of far mers ever held in Creasy took place in the mechanics' hail last Thursday afternoon, when about 160 farmers were present. On the previous Friday a meeting was held to protest against the action of the Government in re ducing the price of wheat to mil lers for local consumption, and this meeting, after hearing the views of Mr J. G. Johnstone, M.L.A., decided, at its rising, to adjourn until the Thursday, when the Minister for Agriculture would be present to explain the situation. At last Thursday's meeting, too, Mr Alex. Robert son, farmer, of Werneth, had a drastic motion to bring forward, as follows "To form a Farmers' Union. To diBCUBB the stoppage of all ploughs throughout tho State until the market price is paid for our wheat, Farmers are jou going to be beaten for a million of money without a fight...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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CALF REARING. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 March 1916

CALK JIE.A I UNO. Next to suckling calves on (ho phis, feeding them entirely on now or whole milk claims first place for miring real ly gooil animals, bitt litis is an expen sive method, and practised only in raro instance:;. A nnicli more popular and common custom isi tlie rearing tliein upon skim or separtcd milk, with tlio addition of calf meals or other supplementary foods, Tlio majority of calves aro brought up in this way, now milk being given only during the first ton- days or a fortnight. This feeding for a whilo on now milk is really necessary for the welfare of the calf. That food contains in the pro per proportions all the necessary ele ments for tho nourishment of tho calf at a tender ago. It is Nature's most suitablo diet for tho tender stomach, being easily digested and assimilated aud nothing" can over challenge it.'i position as being the best food for {giving a young animal a really ;;ood start in life. During the first few days tho calf should he led entirely oil t...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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OF RURAL INTEREST FARMING AND MANHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 March 1916

OF RURALJNTERF.S7 | (By "Huslicua.") F MIMING AND MANHOOD. Sir William Jtamsay says:—"The • very, occupations of husbandry nic a powerful antidoto against tlm monsters of ■ collectivism and syndieati.'m. The paramount excellencies of self-striving, sqif-initiativo and individual effort aru all reflected in the wise management of a plot of enrth. The tiller of the so l is brought nearer to the actual reali ties of things, and learns from nature' herself that ;nan himself is u plant' also, that thrives with individual caro and individual 'foresight, and that,.. there is no such thing as a han! and fast equality. Dead level ism is eon trary to Nature, and tho very effort to degrade all in order to promote an artificial uniformity is destined to fail. The thrifty mitti, who works on a. village allotment, and :cjn his neigh bors carelessness or laziness re:-ult in palpable failure of ('reps, pirhs up for himself in tho rough some sound ideas of tho vnhlo of the individual and his right*....

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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THE BOTFLY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 22 March 1916

THE BOTi'LY. - Tlio best treatment is to use carbon ate bisulphido, 1 drachm, given in half an ounco of olive oil in n gela tino capsule, thrco times daily, beforo food, followed in an hour or so with a pint of raw linseed oil and 1 oz of turpentine. The length of the worm is about half an inch, and they are cylindrical in shape, with two hooks on tho head," by which they aro fas tened T6 tho jiliicuous membrane of thg stomach, Prevention is far more satisfactory than treatment, and it consists of tho destruction of tho eggs of tho lly by smearing the hair under the. jaws, flanks, shoulders and knees with a mixture of oil, or carbolic acid 'iHd oil, 'llio fly, deposits her eggs 'between tho months of November and February, on tho parts of tho body mentioned, and tho eggs reach tho stomach by tho animal licking them, or through the mediu;n of tho food 011 "'bieli thoy dl'op nhilo the animal is in tho stable. Having reached the stom ach, tlio covering of tho eggs is dis solvid by till...

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