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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 April 1916

OHUROH SERVICES. fiJ'ET'H O-D-I S T .CHURCH SUNDAY, APRIL 16.-1910. * Cressy, 11 a,m. • ■ Cressy, 7.30 p. rfi. • • v 'Werneth, 3. JpilESByTEit-lAN, CHURCH. SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 1916. ' Cressy, 11 a.m. Foxhow, 3 p.m. - Bkrrybank, 7.30'p.m. J^OMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. SUNDAY, APRIL IS, 1916. . Cressy, 11.30. '

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 April 1916

THE CONCERT. A fitting finale to a splendid day's pleasure was the excellent concert in the mechanics' hall at night. The hall was crowded to the doors, and it was indeed very sultry inside. This inconve nience, however, was minimised by the quality of the programme submitted. Every item was of a first class character, and was far ahead of any other selection pre viously submitted to a Cressy audience. The platform was tastily decorated a la drawing room by the Misses Bown, Calla nan, and others, and reflected extreme credit on the artisans. All the items, with one excep-: tion, were by Colac artists, and I the Misses 11a and Maie John stone, who so kindly arranged j same on behalf of the carnival committee, deserve special praise for the excellence of their tastes in the musical and elocutionary treat submitted by them. The item by the Gorindhap ladies and gentlemen was a beautiful, na tional tableaux, and was also a musical treat. The dresses, faces, sceptres and everything went t...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRESSY, HOSPITAL CARNIVAL. IN.AID OF COLAC DISTRICT HOSPITAL. A GREAT SUCCESS.. PROBABLE PROFIT OF OVER £100. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 April 1916

-CRESSY , HOSPITAL CARNIVAL ■ IN.;AJD QF COLAC DISTRICT HOSPITAL. ' A GREAT SUCCESS.. PROBABLE PROFIT OF, OVER £100.'. ' J." . • The carnival, held at Yarima grounds on Monday last, in aid of the Golac district hospital, waa in "every way a success, and the committee, which had worked ao hard during the past month with this end in view, were no doubt pleaaed with, the result of their labors. The carnival oan be said to" be the best, , so far, that haa ever been held inCresay.and pro Tided art interesting afternoon's I Bport for young' and old. The carnival was largely attended, the whole of the local people, aa well aa residents from all the surrounding districts, being well represented. The com mittee appointed at the out set to hold a carnival entered into the proposal most enthusias tically, and the work allotted- to each steward and committeeman was faithfully performed—all working in unison. The weather on Monday morning—an import ant factor for holding outdobr gatherings—did n...

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 — 12 April 1916

"Useful and Pretty Novelties" in F.mcy Goods nnd the hundred nnd one other lillle thin(35 in daily use. to nil wlio cnil supply (lie missing word in (In; following sentence:- — " Mirny people nrc of opinion thai, Hie war iiiiisI, soon end; others think it will go on indefinitely. Those who Di'cdi(!t mi onrly closing give as a ronson llw ——: expense in volved; while those who anticipate long continuance say this is merely' a matter of'extended bookkeeping." ■ - The . complete sentence . lms.bocn^.' placed in iirSeiilcd envelope,, nnd do-? posited- witb' the Colonial " Bunk of ' • Australasia Ltd., Melbourne. If you guess the aliasing word, and comply with", the 0110 other condition hereafter mentioned, wo; will post you, absolutory free and post paid, " nny present- you cliooso from the list that will be Bent you. J It include# Ladies' Hand Bags, Alarm CJoeka, -Watches,' Jlair Brushes, l^ountniu Pens,. (Smelling. Sails, Bottloa- of Per fume, Toilet Requisites, and many other useful a...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
I DID NOT RAISE MY BOY TO BE A SOLDIER, BUT— [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 April 1916

I DID XGT, H \1SK MY DQV TO UK . , A SOLI)li21{ ]3U1"— '' ' •1 did. iiot« ijiisomy boyr to. bo a .vuivntd,*': • To bearwiUi'blfiod'iiiistin'cd wlmle'cr bif.dls, To aluilk,; or; dtij;kj .oiv. flinch. iny times ; uiitounul, i Toalop dus fenrs ,n")ioii: iicod toi: lioiior'i, . j culls.t- <ti , - --f .. c J did not iftiso(mj boy lo liidu' in plt'ii miio, V ^ WhenVdutyoBiiMiiiioiiSfihiini'lo,''sJiflciv; pain, > ■ " ' • • To count • mere' CHsJiful ^plonlyj iiifood ,td ;iicuiti?o ' ■ All by paltry rule of pi'ivnto gain; I ivould not' have him cringc ;'»'Jicn prytid ambition ••./ . Fares fort!) full-armed to work itn. lawless will, To list! his own upon some base condi tion. Or look on wmikncsfc outraged, and lio still. Hotter, far bettor, (lint my con were lying ,t . Fordone nntl sbntti'iuil oil tlie* htriek. i n field ; Hotter, far .bettor, tliat,' my boy wore dying, Where freemen, foro forfoiighten, scorn to yield. I love him not? All me I Too well I love him To httvu liirn...

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 — 12 April 1916

: , THE RAILWAYS, I ! Leave Ores-"}- for— , Mop'l»y:r<-CJi>iiii; 7-20 a.m., return ing 12.20 i»in). B iHaiat 1 p.m., re* tuminK 8 p.m. MoMnuirne, 6 p.m.» '■TneBtlay—"oiay. 7,20 n.tn , return" itjg 12.20, u.inBitliirar 6 a.m., re" ttyrninfj 8 p.m. \lV-lhonrno 6 p.in ; Wednesiljn — 1 al'H'iit 6 a.m., re_ turning.2;30 Colac 3.151p.m. r(itUming. 9 45. |Un. Melbourne' 61p.m. ;'I'huisdiiy • "a linn' 6 a.m.,re'turn iiifj 2.|5(JCl-'c, 7.20 il.ni. and 3^x5 p.m., ret" iv':..' .,'12.20 p.m. and 9,45 p.m." M"-1 ourt.'f'' 6 p.m Friday—IV 6 ,!i.m., rptnr-iv ing 8 p.i'n.- i'V'Mii M-', G p.na. . Sai.iiriIny.-r,\ V .1 7.20 a.'m., rei urri iiig 12.20;.I- v' Baiiarat 1 'p.m., returning• .in..1 Melbourne, 6 p.m.

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 — 12 April 1916

* A( > " % iN V ".,^1 "j ' >4 Xt, li 9 &m# Wm. Morgan s Co. 250-6 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE Telephone, 1003. Established 40 Ye.t.ra. T\T AXUKAC'i"I!HERS of Tcritfl, Tarpaulins. Hick Covers, Flags, etc. Also nil of the nbovo can be had on Hire. Verandah and Win down Blinds. Importers o' Canvas Duck, Twine, Bunting, etc. Reaper nml Hinder Sheets, COUNTRY ORDERS HAVE SPECtAL ATTEHTldN. irur^jrpprj^sl" AIR^SHTfM^aTD «wgv..V ■"^^fisTAiai.ivii.y reausik. »«*• V1" n"' h"'ly ,ra North *:». *«1> >'■«"'<>« ! ^ A znppaiN aw-shif ,w urrllk ktlllt. !' nnfei • 11 tffttt. A S<! f>l <!:iectloi(i 15Tru-/V* 1-iVfa; Oils*. for Oct Shffitoz, P'-i"7*t*'e *°ll» r;'?S COMPANY. ?y.' KliMivili Sire*. MriWiret. the I n k l b s s pen : Wi'ltvn wltli Plulri Wtxtor r ■ L - — i Sli P#n<» 1^ r-oh ^ il |j%l» vry iii'nli than «r» or !: it a t y p*n 1 l.r »nw-r >« ff,p>iVf. WlKfl a-A lt> n«', tli* ;-i" fjrn» into ll.* <oAttn**...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 12 April 1916

1 —:—_— ■Now is your time to buy Crockery. Best English white and gold Cuds and Saucers, large size, 10^ doz " White and gold fluted CupB and Saueers, large size, 7b doz Wjhite and gold atone CupB and Saucers, 6s doz ' : Plttie white fluted CupB and Saucers, 6s doz Meekin's (English) white porcelain Plates, Meat Dishes,Vegetable * Dishes, Bedroom Sets, Tea Sets, Jardineres, etc., ete.f at . PRE-WAR PRICES. " ' Wo bar< also a Large Stock of.SILVER PLATE and GLASS WARE, which it will pay you to Inspect. M. S. Rogers THE PEOPLE'S GENERAL STORE. DUVERNEY-ST, CRESSY T Y L ER'S Wish the dwellers on the Plaint) to know that it ia possible to bo , ifnartly, tastefully and correctly dressed without having to visit either.Ballarat or Melbourne. Ttoo process is simple. Send a Penny Postcard It will bring par Return post their splendidly illustrated Catalog. - Chooie yooi <0d3tuzae#, Millinery, Hoiaery, ' Ribboni;' One pioco Dress, Lingerie, Silks, Embroideriei • Anything ...

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CHAPTER 46. WITHIN THE CLASP. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 19 April 1916

OliAl'TEK 10. WITHIN THE ULASJ'. " SVish to sue his loi'tlslii'j!" c.\i:i;> r.i ..I'd tho footman iv'io. I K v: Ilall. answered tho door bell, and who siuo) ngliust «t tlio audacity of 11 c. propVf tion. Tlio lootnmn was only-iiwinji .ul>v to the ancient tradition iv!ii.3.1 makiv, iv hard to sl'o a great, man •> w-i-ion >nf» 11 fuco to fuco. Ib is a ■.lraditio.il ; not wholly unreasonable. If tlioro \v< j-e no barriers to fonco us in from un licensed visitors, few of tis would sur vive tin; eternal annoyance which lies'; ging letter writer.'), duns, maniacs, ec centric projectors, and the pushing agents rif enterprising Anns might in llict upon us. , The nobler the quarry, the mure nu merous are the hawlcs, and a rich earl cau hardly submit Lo be accosted, as a workman may lie, by the lirst person vvlio may happen—-and a good many persons of both sexi\s would happen — to wish to get something out of h'm. "1 do desire to see Mai! Wyveni," replied Obadiah, who w...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 19 April 1916

" IS DEUCIGUS'" ==Soldl by Storekeepers;;::=: 3 Grades . . . Red, Green and Violet (besO CAPELL & CO., Sacli and Bag Merchants, NEW AND SECOND HAND. (W. H. CAPELL, late partner in the lute firm of Mundell k Co.) ADDRESS- 538, 540, 542, 544- Flinders St., MELBOURNE. Oortripondtnca promptly attended to Ph*n* 1180 Omtrul. Shop by post! lis This interests YOU OUR NEW SEASON'S ILLUS TRATED CATALOG TELLS YOU OF EXCELLENT VALUES IN FASHIONABLE WEAR, AND YOU ARE URGED TO WRITE FOR YOUR COPY NOW. STlRLIiNGS "Famed for value since 1868." Bridge Road, Richmond.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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THE JET-HUNTER'S FOSTER SON CHAPTER 45. WHAT OBADIAH HEARD. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 19 April 1916

THE jET«tt<JNTEB'S> - SON - Bv Irwin Clarke. 0HA1TEK \o. WHAT jOJJADIAU 1IKAIID. Thi'nlos Maple, which lies on i..e Yorkshire con .t, Wtttoeii ) lorso-.li'J Bay and the .seaport of -Siifaj>ton, ii a decent lit.l.i village enough. ::ml li.iii-.is or. as tidy a k't.lie inn us is consistent with tiie sparsc'iics:* of the local popu lation. The lllue Lion, though it had HO pretensions to In!;:' higher rank than tlmt of ;i roadside iitii, was neat an 1 orderly, us a place of publ e etitert nil■ - mont should be: and some of the mil door m rvant.s of llii: neighboring Inn.I. owner, Sir William Merrick, In whom every stick and stone, eveiy meadow mid potato gulden in the pari-h I>i •'longed in fec-'iniple, uen- in lh'' Illicit of patronising the rural hostelry. 'I'v. .> of these, Sir William's old coachman, and Sir William's youngish Scotch lie.nl gardener, were sitting there in iIm snug parlor, with n Mind'1,1 floor. bo. partially carpeted, red-curl.vticii, and eomm...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 19 April 1916

J. GANGELL, i'lPEHEy A. OHEIBNQKOOns. ' TOBACCONIST, STATIONER, and NEWS AGENT, DUVBRN»y-STRBET, CRESSY, ^ ' The B<wt of Everything Kept. Fre«h Supply DaiW. Oh'jioa Gonf«otionerj. Bummer JDrinks. FRESH FISH every Thursday through the winter. Agqnt for The Cressy Pioneer, The Age, and', other Newspapers. Books, Magazines, and Periodicals on sole. All School Requisites kept. Toba'cco'e's, cut and plug, Cigarettes, and Cigars stocked. Orders faithfully attended to. ■ Apples from 2s a case. H. BECKMAN Practical Tailor; BEE AC and CRESSY.. : WILL viRit CRESSY every SATUR DAY, and may be Been at the hairdresser's Shop. Full range of Samples. Orders-entrusted with him will receive careful attention. Selling Agent for Woodrow's Celebrated Hate. * [A CARD.] nujr.se gray, J "LOCHABEB," ' 1 BEE AO. Accommodation for Patients. Western . Plains Farmers' Co operative Society, Ltd,'Cressy. j ; Have everything replete arid com- j plete fdr^the Harvest season' on the Plains. ' Agefus for,...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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HUMAN NATURE. ECCENTRICITUES OF THE GREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 19 April 1916

HUMAWNATURE. ECCENTRICITI KS OF THE' OK HAT.' I In an IntereFAing article in tho I "New York TriMmo." entitle'i'l "Ec centricities of the Great," Mr. Ed win T«rris3o presents n list of notable people who have shown pe culiarities of one sort or another. Kant, the German metaphysician, he says, stands at the head of the class of truly (treat occentricitles. One of Kant's hobbies in the art of taking care of himself was to avoid garters. Ho -permitted no ligature to be placed on nny part of * his, body, fearing to hinder in the slight eat degree the .circulation of the blood. •> ' He found It necessary at tho #*m€ time to keep up his stockings. Ac cordingly, he had loops attached to them, and outside each hip he'wor« a contrivance that' may be called a box windlass. Those affairs sorhe wliat resembled • an angler's red with a K()iing, which socurcd ths I line -at any given point. | A VIOLINIST'S KEVENGE. Paganini ha;i his share* of*ecc6n* triclty. lje feared no dnc, and when he was...

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 HARVESTING AND STRONG ONIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 19 April 1916

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "IluaticuB."} lIAItVJia'l'l.NCl. ANJ/fcTuKJNG ONIONS. M laving determined when tlio crop i.s ready, the ga/heiing should ho., done. Oil tlio iirst lino dry day. A few rows are pulled and tin' bulbs allowed to lie. Then tlie rows oil either bide <)i' these are pulled, and the .bulbs placed - with those lying in ^the centre,.so, Llial .as pulling proceeds, there are altern ate alleys of drying onions, and of bare land. During the drying, should I he v. <■:> tlu'i' bo showery, the bulbs shonl'd lie constantly moved, to prevent, second growth and the forjiiation of fresh roots. When the bulbs ai'e perfectly dry, they should bo eolM'ted and stor ed either on a barn floor, or oil special ly const rutted drying shelves. 'Thosu • shelves are placed along the longi.li of tlio barn—oho above tin' other, as in a bookcase—and aVe constructed of :i irii'h Jaths placed lengthwise, abo.itt V inch or 1 i inch part, to'allow Hho air to circulate freely....

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES. EVERY MAN PHYSICALLY FIT IS WANTED. CONDITIONS oF ENLISTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 19 April 1916

AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION ARY FORCES. EVERY MA.N PHYSIOA.LLY PIT IS WANTED.-. CONDITIONS or KNL1STMKNT. Age ' ... ... is to 4a years Minimum.Height ... 5 foot 2 inches Chost Measurement ... 33 inchos Persons desiring to onliac should apply attho nearest Town Hall. Shiro Hall, Drill Hull or Hoeruiting Depot, where arrangements will bo mado for medical oxamination. Persons who aro considered suitable will be gbinfed /rod railway tickets to the metropolis for1 final mcdicnl examination and enlistmertfc. ' IIAT#8 QF. PAY I'ER DAY. . . •_ After Embarkation - - '' i Prior JU) (Tnchulin'f t Embarkation def jn t'd n .v) Lieutenant' y. v 15/ 2!'. Sorgonnt*- 10/ 10,0 Corporal . 9/ '• 10/ Privato 5/ 6/ SEPARATION ALLOWANCE. Sopai'ation allowanco will bo paid to irmirind men who aro receiving less than 8/ per day, but such allowance will not exceori tho amount nccossary to mako up tho difference between their daily rate of pay ion! 8/ per day. Subject to this limitation the amounts payable aro as f...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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LUCERNE FOR HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 19 April 1916

^ LUCliRNib According to .information gained by ■thgKansas ;•< Agricultural.-{College, - anti detailed Jn a • bulletin on tho subject, fthero seems to bo an almost universal opinion among' those that are raising heavy horses,- that 110 grass or com bination of grasses equals or even ap proaehoH the v"ftlue of lucerne, alfalfa as it is called,"as a pasture for' hor •es; It is maintained that from an economical point ol view it has no equal, ns.it will furnish so much more food per aero than any otljor., gross, It will not only pasture* mor^j-'hortes, but it will produce horses oT,,grc'fltci\ weight, ' larger bones/"' "and! Vtrougor muscles. "A horse that has been rear ed in an alfalfa pasture, and-fed a light ratiiin of alfalfa all winter," fiays. tho bulletin, "miiAiis one'ol the finest hor sos to be founil in any market to-day. To produce a horse of tho highest tyjio, with the cleanest hone, the'best de'yq, oped niusclo, the'best temperament, and tho greatest action and ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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LEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, 12th April. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 19 April 1916

LEIGH. SH1HE COUNCIL. Wednofiday, 12th April. From Slate War Council, inquir ing us to the employment of re turned soldiers in the shire.; Tlic president observed that the whole council bad beon formed into a cofjamitteo (o find employment for returned soldiers, but so far not oit" , application for work had beon re ceived, The council would do all in its power they could forroturnod soldiers.—Receivod, Prom Br.uceand M'Clare.bringing before the council, a now mile-post indicator for use ou main roads. Or Gibson: Finger-posts would bo of more uso in Leigh shire—Received. From Country Roads Board, inti tna'ing that the letter from council • relative to Pryor and Madden's con-1 tract would receive attention. Engineer's Ttoport. The^ engineer reported that the. stonevcrusliing gang, with plant,liad j completed I he crushing of'metal on Rokewood to Creasy road south of Molar's Bridge, and tho crushing and spreading of motal under the Country Roads Board on Werneth road,.near Werneth rai...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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WATER IN COW-FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 19 April 1916

WA.TJ.itt 'IX COW-FEEDim' " . In'a .. communication ' to "lloard^s Dairyman," Mr J. G. G'ourtor asks: "I wondqr how importanivis walorOn the bill ol' fare, of/the average <la.'ry cow ? Following this, ..he .'remarks: J feel, from lily own uioagrc.. oxporiowo: arid observation, tlial few pi' lis, if any, apprcciiUo the importance; of water. For. a, long limy vro have heard dilfer mil; feeding1 standards advanced and discussed. Wo liavo been lold>lhe iin ppl'tance of eoinliiiiiim ft'cds to. niako the;n a, balanced ration, but little has been said of the importance in Lho cow's menu of tho water she drinks. Some may have touche'd upon ib, but it is not generally brought to the -ill tsotiioii of ■ dairymen that it' is im portant; to. balauco tip a good meal of • grain, hay, and silage with an ever ready supply of drinkable water. 'Miik; contains- about- 88 per sent of water. ^Tfn every 1001b of milk we tako from''tKe* hverflgo cow/ there is about' 881b of water that' the o...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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THE RAILWAY FATALITY AT ILLABROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 19 April 1916

THE" RAILWAY FATALITY AT ILLABROOK. A magisterial inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the death of Mrs Hannah, of Pitfield Plains, who was run over by the train and killed at the. Illabrook station, was held by the deputy coroner, Mr A. Mowat, J.P., at Rokewood. Evidence was given by Violet Hannah, daughter of the deceased, who said that her mother and herself got off the Ballarat train at IH.abrook, and walked along the platform. Her mother said. "I am going to jump off the platform on to the rails to cross over the line." Witness saw her get down on the line. The train shunted back, and knocked her over. Her mother screamed, and she also screamed, and said, "Stop the train." She had not previously^ been to Ballarat by train with her mother, and she could not say if it was a practice of her mother to get off the platform to cross the line. William Thos. Haberle, guard, deposed after closing the train doors he gave the driver the set back signal. The driver Bounded the whistl...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 19 April 1916

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. ■ Applications -for grant of complete letters patents lodged in tlic lullou ing ■ na.iues have hocii accepted Ijy the Coiu 'hiissioiier. Messrs 0. 0- Turri iind, Co., patent iitLniiu-ys, of The Itiatlo, Colli us- Street-, Melttourius,'. have, lire-. pared tin's report frojn tlio oflicial it'-, cords':— Garment ,an\l Curtain Suspending.—• A safety pin Willi- a hook or eye, or both. 'This will stipend elo.lliin^, etc., ; from hat pegs, wardrobe hooks, njils, etc. TIk?" loop' employed in con junction with a safety pin is .of ample si«i.—Miss Maud "W. 'Clark, schuol teacher, liallarat, (102-10). Removable Olialf Cutter Knives. They are secured'to holders fixed' to ■ arms of tile wheel by, bolts .passing --, through slotted holes. \\ esley-Bishop and Charles S. Benoit, Jinplftiiieiit;; - .Makers, Ballarat., (15700-15).,.,,i < ' ' Water Tap Lock.—The valvo spind'o ! ? ' V. scoured "by"a spring trigger,, and con :? ■ bo released by a key —Ikhwud,, J Wymer; ...

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