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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

. FIVE- 'RULES FOR FORTUNE. I. Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment. Tho world"'is eager for something new, which, however simple it may be, will save labour or expense, or do things better. Lot it bo more convenient, or promoto pleasure—re duco waste. ». ; 1'oople who handle things in everyday use are"tliii natural inventors of butter things, and Uic natural . capitalists of to-morrow. " Jiead the splendid advice that Edi-ion gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries—then so eur'o your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patontec. 'i, Jl' that workman .or foreman, or your ingenious friend, has produced a clover invention, put liim on the trade of-famous and1 wealthy investors. ' . ALr. i\ Townsend, an oditor, says of tho "Inventors' Uuido 1 am re commending it strongly U» friends, iiest of t)io"l:iiid J. havo over teen. It should do a lot of good, it is an in centive, telling him where ho can obtain the " inventor's Uuide.". ' 3. X''or ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

PRESBYTERIAN SUNDAY 1 SCHOOL CONCERT. - I - The first concert in connection with Cressy Presbyterian Sunday ■chooi was held in the mechanics' hail last Friday evening, and was in every way a success. The hall was comfortably filled. The pro ceeds are to be used to carry on tho 8unday school work. Tha atage was nicely decorated for tha occasion with flowers and flags, and looked very pretty. Mrs Ross kindly lent the flags for the Allies' march, and Mrs J. Christie obtained . permission to land the lattice work; the com mittee thanks both these ladies. The programme, which wan a lent thy one and of very good quality, was carried through selely by the children, who were suitably and tastefally attired for each item. Each namber was wall received, aad encoras fre «aaatly detaaaded. Bar. A. P. Lawson waa ahairman, Tha children taking part in the con cert were all well trained for tha occasion by Mrs Andersen,and ta that lady all praise is due tor tba way in which aha had than trained to ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DECEPTIVE MILKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

DECEPTIVE MILKERS. There is a typo of eow. lliat.it.voiikl bq well to guard aginst, to bo constant ly on tho look-out.for, and to reinoyu from tho* liord as soon as sho is do-, tectod, Wo rofer to tho. animal that gives a Jioav'y yield of milk For a short tijno after calving, hut falls off sud denly at a time when,she should bo giv. ing her maximum quantity. This class of .cow..may not;bo common,, but there ai'6 quite enough of them, to,,mako.it necessary for buyers'].,to bo ever mind ful o ftli'qir existence,. unci, of the 111o risk tho^ run in procuring co»:s of ■ milking capabilities, tlicy 'have no personal knowledge or certified ovi denco. Tho Hash milker jisa particu larly undesirable typo - of ' :ini.mal, a "Hat butcher,M of tho - worst sort, for tho reason that ..her shortcomings ;ean be ascertained .only by experience, and no redross can bo obtained. Tho very existoncq:.of cows of ;this' description supplies iv strong plea for tho trans action of business in dairy cows, 011...

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. MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

CDe Pioneer. ,1 CRESS*. WEDNESDAY.MARCH 29. A P*Vf days ago Senator Pearce ■ubmitted some elaborate and perplexing figures, which, he contended, showed that Aus tralia had redeemed the pro mise of recruits made by its Prime Minister and endorsed by its people. In the press and on the platform, journalists and poli-, ticiana hare admitted that the statement made by the Miniater of Defence simply bewilders them. They understood that Greater Britain needed more men, needed them urgently, and that Mr Hughes had pledged Australia to raise 100,000 by the end of June. Now the Minister assures us that it is enough that we raise 209,000 rocruits by the end of June. The explanation offered is that casualties hate been loss than was anticipated,, and that, as a result, the men who were seat into training that they might 811 gaps and keep the units up to full atrength are available to form aew divisions. To the layman that sounds woe fully unconvincing. It is clear that since the evacuation of ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO CLEAN WHITE KID GLOVES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

TO CLEAN WHITE-' KID GLOVES. As m«ck *s white kid gloveu at# r# yarded us au extra11L form of dress Miuru are certain occasions upon wind, you do not. led correctly dressed with out tliciiij but if your gloves luive to bo Mint to the cleaners eveiy lime they become rolled, liien cvn wearing llieni jn.vt occasionally mean.-, 'hillings jjvuliin a very short tilijc. . J Lavo you ever tr.ed cleaning your lvhito kid gloves at home.' Hero !•> a j method that lias been tried and proxeu ■so successful that the cleaned glove:, assujue quite a new appearance. You require a piico of pure white CH'^tilu .'oap and about, hall a saucer fitl of l'resli milk. I'lace one of the no i led gloves ■ on,\o ,tlio Jiatjd, tnke a small piuce of white flannel, dip it into sho-milk, then commotio to Mean the gloves. As the flannel becomes soil ed, rcdip into the milk, and rub 011 the soap again, and continue llio process until tlm glo'vo is clean. lilow the glove out so that, all l.he, lingers remain open,...

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 — 29 March 1916

Now is your time to buy Crockery. Best English white and goiti Clips and Saucere, large size, 10a doz White and gold fluted Cups and Saucers, large Bize, 7s doz ■ White and gold stone Cupa and Saucers, 6s doz Plain white fluted Cupa and Saucers, 6s doz Meakin's (English) white porcelain Plates, Meat Dishes, Vegetable Dishes, Bedroom Sets, Tea Seta, Jardinerea, etc., etc., at PRE-WAR PRICES. >; We have also a Large Stock of SILVER PLATE and GLASS J WARE, which it will pay you to Inapect. M. S. Rogers THE PEOPLE'S GENERAL STORE. DUVERNEY-ST, CRESSY TYLER'S Wiwh the dwullurn on tho Plains to know tint it ii po»»lbl# to be urnnrtly, tastefully and corroctly dressed without having to visit either Bulhimt or Melbourne. ■ fit* prooess Is sifi9pl«. Send a Penny PtstCari 3t will bring per R«t«rn poit thalr splendidly illustntad'Cattlef.'';GkMM yw> -S&Mtmmtn, Millinery, Hoia«ry, Kiblftae, '•m yioce Dress, Lingerie, Bilka, BmbroiderlM Anything that a Drossy Woman deairer Tyler's ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COIViFvi01jWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

COIViFvi01jWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for grants of complete letters patent, lodged in tho following names have been accepted by the'Coin lnissioners. Messrs G. CI. Turri iind Co.,'patent attorneys, of tlio ]< in I to, Colihis Sirect, Melbourne,, have pre pared this report from liie ollieial re cords : — Ciun Explosive.—1'owcritc Explosive Co., Ltd., assignee of T. Hawkins, N.S.W., Ko. 1I!)5S.—Dissolve 2272.08 grains oi' nitro-ifillulose, which lias boiled 20 minutes at 1(J0 (leg. C. in an alkaline sugar solution, and subjec ted to cold minting - - wri toiJ for t wo hours, wiilr-- 4017.'32.'V grains^ 01 nilro giycorine, .which. has been treed from acid by washing ,in the alkaline sugar solution, and then in clear water. This mixture is further treated. Cycle Chain Tightener.—A. .Johns ton, Vie., No. 1501'J.—"I'lie 'driving axlo is provided with voluto rams which have projecting bosses sliding in re cesses formed around inside edges of slots. Other parts are used also. J...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OF RURAL INTERFST FARMER'S ORGANISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

■"'■OF RURAL INTEREST W '' Kuaticua.") . .r FARMIiM'S OlttiANISA I'JON'. ' Speaking of tho need of n Isnncr's marketing organisation, Mr Di ivid lllbin, 11 s quoted in nil American ex change, .said: "Ltt lis not' be' mis taken; t'lio grciit strength of tho 'Ccr >■ innn Empire does not t-omi; from tho gooaostep of her soldiers, nor from lier ' Kmpp guns; it comes as 11 direct and '• indirect result ol" -lior Landwir.tschiift- | srafc system''for the scientific distribu tion of her products, of tin/ food 'pro ducts of German}'." Under tin's C!«.-r " inan ''system every farmer who. owns ' Jnml '.siippoH.s this orgaiiisaUon through " :v part of his tax—set aside expressly for it. Ho votes for a township eliam ■ ber of agriculture', and the repre^dila tion goes oil top through llie eoimtry,. State, "and 'section; and to a national ■marketing organisation. In connection with this is a system of rural..credits for farmers. Thus, tho American spea ker explained, the real backbone of Ge.'...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENG ENGLIILKERS..S.. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

':;1 /" ENGLISH M1LKKI!.S.. ' A'-writer ill *tho "'Dairy,'' England', snys:— It is exceedingly <tiiricnlL to get,tlio cows milked nowadays because milkmen are source, Tho.se who live in tlio. north, where all this work is done by women,areto a certain extent lucky, bccauso as a rule, women are better milkers than men, ahd their ranks I'.avo not been depleted by enlisting or muition making. In tlio men-working part of the country, however, the dilli eitlty of carrying on is very great, and many farmers have been compelled to hell their cowii, simply because they eould not got them milked. In the pre sent writer's own neighborhood about COO liavo boon sold, and not a very largo proportion replaced by new men starting a frosh tenancy. Cowmen have always been paid much more than ord inary fann workmen,'.'and rightly so, Lecauso they havo longer hours, and moro' Sunday work, "but their wages havo been raised very considerably quito rcccntly, yet this does not make tho supply a...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR WOMEN AUTUMN MILLINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

FOR WOMEN (Oj "Ambro&ine.") AUTUMN MILUNEHi. Thcje will certainly bo somo rivalry b'ctweon tho large nand the .small lint as to which will reign " pro-uniitit; during tin, autumn. l'robably the weather will decidp tvliiuli typo is id bo llio best ivoiii. The small hat is very uttructivo in velours and velvet, awi there' i^ a terlrtin pifjuuiiey about its very simplicity Unit will appeaal to every girl. I think, too, that must girls will like the hats, both largo and small, mado of corded silk in tones of red and raisin. Velvet grapes ar, u l.rim n;;ng look vory ."Htraclive on tho" Mnall hats,; ml I can inmgitie how becoming such a hat would look in dark Bur gundy red corded .silk, and black vel vet grapes. For a useful practical hat there is onn of black veloursVitli a rather high bowl-shaped crown :>.iui narrow brim, slightly turned up on one side, and simply trimmed with an up-standing ear of velvet. This is a hat that is sure to meet with great favor. Velvet millinery,...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER [?] [?]AREWELL TO [?]E[?] [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

< H.YJTi;i! MI. rAJUSWKU. TO \' luI.K'i. A: tlii> 11 jijkmiii<-• t Imitr mi tin' il:iv* .lie-1 nlin^ t" I li.it i'Ti w!iie;i l.nrd \\ y v«rn had paid hi-* vi'-ii, Dm. rode iulo tin' i, 11 • f! y j;.i ri l.-ii ui' llir |i;ir.ii]i:i;v TIici i \v:i . ivmk I" In- ilu:ii , lit • inti r vii".i with \';i/l"i nvi'i", i.n behalf ui hi • j 11■■ j■«11 i ii11>li<%"•■ i". -Many it mile of mom land 11■*>«1 the young assistant. ol .Mr IJ.irtl'-tt, In scour Unit day. lie v.as ";i i'«:iy ; In; was going to Mexi co, »ml t.i :t disturbed province, thole to t ■ ki." li::> chance amidst fierce In diiiti i aiders, fevurs, ill-disciplined m»1, diery, ail'.l Mexican banditti. 15ut none ilic less liu Mils jn earnest m Tul fillin/; the duties ,of. Ins present post to the lust. A .gallnnt ruler, was Don. horse, such as befitted the needs of tho itctiv • subordinates in T,oit( 'lliors-. dale's IiiihI agents olliec, of a (lurk buy color—no beauty, to look Tilt,- iwt ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CHIP AT THE SLACKER. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

V A CHIP AT THE SLACKER. ..b,a!, .. 'i, .CJojuc rully npj you slackers, ■.Drug :-fchq: "eolttia from 'your, oars; t. Oct tlio blinkers. from your, optics, . l^ice the liuisic, chuck your fours. .: .How,? dafbs you play tlio fBjnrlaMy •f Ami <.yourt eolllitry.!*.1,c:all 'construe ?»;• As. onjy^meant.for tfotlioi-'cliapy,cj =• ■.} , Uum solely, not for you ? ■You'} ti'ofc'Hlio; 'p/ivo'in 'daylighi, -£ AVitli 'frieosus": bold :iis 'bl'iiKS',."' Ami -you watch:your own.'blood JjroLhcr To' "ih'o field*'of liolioi' pnfiS.:'' YoU^lllCCt 'llllll oil Llip wjnd-swopt hill/ Iii'cvcij, btteet .iiid tillcj , . ,'l'his nilloi, pops, up, ovaryuhole, y JlOgluj'k^ in^n.iny a valley.-; '( of v-'y . '■ One; chnp.'.to.crocked •; t'oflicr • day, ,t'I,8'*lilco9t6'bo all in; ' : " But while jny hcart's so big audi tough, , ; My, fclcin's too bloom in'"thin." • '' ■' , -! ■„ A ,' C InV'tlici^liiiiulrcdH,: and thpir;. thousand^ f.Dai;biy-death beneath the .ting," • Wliilu ;j'oii' find ;youn&a...

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 [?] (Contin[?]) [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

THE JET-HUNTER'S FOSTfeR SON F.y Irwin Clarke. CHAPTEK 1,1. (GmtiuT,.,;.' ''Upon my word," sad Mr Mar-h, "I am sorry! But never mind that m». ji Mr. Don, if I consent to your 11. pest *- for a parting interview with my I must stipulate for no pleijyos and promises, Mich as, with ;i sen-olive minded girl like- Miss Mowbray, 'iL " fottor her for the future. There be no positive engagement to j>ii.■ tho young lndy from forming Ml 1'' ties." Where was » proud sndne^s in voice tifc lie rcplied l'M.y own lu ll"!', s i', '.vi;iild > i hi . 1110 to ho married, or < veil h -tr in"I, "to Miss Mowbiny, rich end U'll-ou ncctod, unl'"ss I li'^i »"» f"1' tho advantage; "! » I»'r-; 1'1 world, and of a cnipcti nee. Siionhi I succeed, I w.l! come lni k l'> a-u i". hor love ami hi r hand. 1 ill th"ii . will accept no plight, from her. it, that, Mr Mar.-h. 1 can i.sMire yon. "1 will, oil K'l'.'i:--t of til's avuraN'i', Ko to my ;n'"l- m-mion >'«'"• "'-1' l'."' a meeting with her...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INVISIBLE WAR WOUNDS. LODNON'S MIND HOSPITALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

INVISIBLE WAR WOUNDS. I.UNDUN •« .M I XI) IIOSl'iTALS. Then' .'in' private- houses ill London converted iiiln military hospitals for curing hurls which cannot be seen. Vou tiiid in tiK'sr houses oiiicci's ;ui4 men wiilum! ;i scratch mi their bodies, who arc, in-v11 liele-s, wounded men. Tlley are anion;; )!)>■ casual!ies i>l' tin; war. Ami every intelligent nation has these stiuiige ■ •: i s 11 j 111 ii's, J >ii r t i •' vi 1 :t r I y oil r chief enemy nation, tin: nation ol Fiight i'11111(-;■<*-. l'or win' has not merely massacred mid mutilated the bodies of men. It. tinh 1;ii11 invisible hands upon till' <i<■ ii<• :i11* machinery ui the iniml. Those iniml injuries lii'i', in truth, tin: must in//in^' ivi/iui'l.-i ol' the war. There is not, ;i hospital in London ho nearly in touch with tin.' grunt mystery »i' life lis these strung! and Unnatural houses where doctors rire treating " tin: wounds of consciousness.'' Think oi' Unit s...

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 — 29 March 1916

'ASSURAHGI: -'CO. LTO. Estutilictied 1.702s >.;• ' WORKER j' COMPENSATION .. Fire../Accident.• Losses by , Bush Fires and Lightning are mado good' by this Company. AGENTS WANTED. BALOETYTCO. LTD, Melbourne. & Genera) Agents for Victoria r■> riftCr > KWTSS^S;^ ["Useful and Pretty Novelties" in Fancy Goods and the hundred and one other little ihiii-is in daily use. uiij^ M/a tJivu ' that; wiU'l)e sent yt -Ladies' Hand Bags,. In ■ 111 who Cj word in the !'< " .Many jh-'>]< I Ik; iv.tr stxjn em it. will go mi iiidelinitel In'cilti-t nn curly closing give as a reason Him expense in volved; while tliu.se who anticipate lung continuance say this is merely a matter of extended bookkeeping." The complete sentence ha.-> been placed in a sealed envelope, and de posited with the Colonial Jianl; ol Australasia Ltd., Melbourne. .If yon guess the missing word, and comply with the one oilier condition hereafter mentioned, we will post you,• absolutely tr...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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"I DON'T CARE A RAP." [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

1 DON'T CAKK A HAP.' We often say, " I don't care a fig lor von,'' or "J. don't caro a rap." Fig is really I lie Kalian iico,. a snap of the fiugi'is, ami " rap " was'a coun'.xifeit I'oin iMiiTcnt in Ireland ill -tho roigii of George I. It was passed off as a half penny, but'Us real value wan Ims than a farthing.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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A CAMP CONVERSION. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

•r 1 : A CAMP CONVERSION. ' , . It was a jovely'Sundny: morning/: and . | many of Iho men who'-'wuro lined up for tlio usual'parade > were: thinking i hard how rc_nl]y■■■unnecessary, the habit of oliuioil-going was,;' "* , "Falljout)!-', !ycllcd <■ tlio..tfccrgoiiut,r ''anyone who's not;going to church.";' Iiutji as tlic experienced knew, anyona' who fell out liild to "go throughi it.";: JoojUluggins/foll out:promptly. J}ut'. then ho had only ..joined tlio camp four ho know jj. Jot, ho didn't know thosar goaut. v-^^V.WcUi5\Bhy-caiyt-:---you.-go; toiehurch „ ."l,loa'soJ&I,irf*'ft Jlilhommedan." I'lio sergeant gavo a snifl' of suspi cion, but dismissed' hiin with "All ' right.'.' : v Blug'gius .front' oil chuckling, and had. ,H splendidly.,-restful ..tiino of itnto ;lho •■onv^- of^ovor^viiVgu.- in thoVcompiiny., ; Indeed, ho was-,vory proud of his ach-,, icvejueut, and Wotft" to sleep that night ; still chuckling. - f . ;r'A,bfour. • o'cl&clc ;.next morni...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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GREAT MAZE OF TRENCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

GREAT MAZE OF TRENCHES. r!'ho spociui correspondent ol the. British press .with tlio l''rghch Arm.v,. Mr H. Win ner Allen, .refers in a i«Tt cent despatch to tho treat; length' ol trenches to bo hold by tlio allies in the ivest, lu the section ol the l/rencli linos that I liavo just boon visiting, ho says,: tliero are already, on a front,.of over .ten juilos, ^76 'ilHlonietoi's slightly over 231 miles) o't ' trenches. To ma ley certainty al ill more sine, an-: other 70 kilojnclers (or 10 miles) of oilier trenches arc ucjflg ting, so that by tlio end of the year, VJicro. ivill bo. in that neighborhood '-'SO miles ol' tiTonclies on ten .miles of .front, Klsewhero a certain,division has 'Jol) miles of trenches to look after, while a certain corps d'armce has 1.j0 miles, 'raking thesu figure.-, jiuo- considera tion, ono wit be certainly under (lie mark iu - estimating* that (hero are twenty miles o i'lronehes to every 10 miles of, front, io that, between .Switzerland and the ;y>rih S...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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SNIPERS' CUNNING. THE FATE OF THE NEW HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

SNIPERS' CUNNING. TI1K FATK UJ'' Till': NEW JJANI). Those 'ii" K boys,-' l'ull of on t!i.u.'ii:isni and energy, .iiml what they believe In ho i-unuing (writes .Mr. Pro vost Kiilteisliv iu tJiLV-iloi'iiing -1'ost,), ■■■tine into tin' ; n,iii,lirsJ e.'ich uMermiii eil t.-i 1 nil11) for u riermitn lit the e;irliesi; possible moment, with the ro s.ilr'lliiii, aliiiuMi, inevitably, the tier 11 in 11 ;n:0oiiiitJul" Itiin. 'I'lio youngster generally begins by seeing '.vlnil lie <■!; to Ijo tho spike of a Ctcrmnn helmet. Thij Hermans do" not , ;i:i u itiiii tf;r of fact, wear liolmi;;'d in their fire trenches, but, being posted in the fact (hat- a noiv army battalion, quite green lo^ the business, has taken over the ,trenehcH in front of them, •tthcj';'Btipi»ljr£ I.lie particular bait for 'M'liiclij their-»ubtlety tells them, a man new to tlio work ill be liinst anxiously looking.,-Kvcn it the youngster has been told < that caps,vainl not helmets, are: the enemy 'sP^J-...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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THOUGHT TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 29 March 1916

THOUGHT TRIALS. How i» your brain? h, a quidc nu<J fresh, or .slow and hLitlo r" 'Van you almost io.'l it lo«|. to grip a .-.ubjcu'. or aro you conscious (.line von have In pull it together tfnd mako it toiieen i tralo itK-if on the :..ul)j:.vt •" K I lie lal ti.r is the ease, then it is hi<'h time you took your brain in hand, l'nr llm . uia:i who lms to "make him-elf lliiul;" is on tlio road to mediocrity, idiocy, i,r a breakdown. 'J'licro is n very intimate rclnl »u l.e - tween the power of thinking and iIk* exercise of memory, t>ltJiotij^h is'atuie. ii.v its capricious way., '"as l'i>.-j-otty tcivun poor- mcmoriB.;. in hi/, iliitikoVs. Ilut for tlio average individual the time taken to recall an ordinary fuel or place is a j;ood indication of thq «lnto of his lirain. . ' • A stop watcli showing fifths jis needed for I ho test . If you can-HfUlid*" in two-fifths of a .second the country, in which a fairly well-known^inity . is situated, your lirain is o...

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