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HOW INSECTS ACQUIRE CASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 3 March 1915

HOW INSECTS ACQUIRE CASTE. Tho various castes of social insects hove different appearancen, but it baa been supposed that tlioy are alike on leaving tho egg and dovulop their pecu liar characteristics artificially through differences in feeding or tho action of parasites. Seeking to learn when.th« different forms of termites, or whits auts, begin, Professor Bugnion, of Paris, concludes that this theory is wrong. Among the sevoral castos of this insect, the soldiers arc wingless and have very »troug mandibleB, and tho workers, which build and bring food, have a -distinct form, but noithor reproduce. The caste known as reproducers, on the othor hand, with a special development, appear to porform no part except per petuating the species. Tlio investiga tion made with a number of. gpecie« knows that the peculiarity of form ex flts in nowly-hatched insects, and that, therefore, division into castes, liko tnat of tho sexeB, takes place before the lavae ara born. : One lighted #as jet cons...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REGISTRATION OF SHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 3 March 1915

T>T7i/~iTOrPD A TTrvTwT AU OrtT/YDO XVUUAO X xva X 1V/J.1 VX' uuv/x u* It is estimated that there are in Victoria somewhere in the vicinity of 40,000 shops. Each one of these must now be regis tered in order that reliable statis tics may be prepared showing the number, wages, sex, and ages of our shop employes, and so that it may be known how many, shops of each class there are, and how many assistants in each kind of business. The shopkeeper is re quired to obtain a form from an inspector of factories, or from the officer in charge 3f any police station, to fill in and forward it with the proper fee. Clear direc tions iare printed on each form. Envelopes are also supplied for convenience, but postage must be paid. This duty is imposed on the shopkeeper in the same way as the duty to forward his in come tax schedule, and for the same reasons, viz., that it would be impossible to write to each shopkeeper reminding him, owing to the fact that only a portion of them ani their addres...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CALL OF WIRELESS. A NEW STYLE OF ADVENTURES [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 3 March 1915

THE CALL OF WIRELESS. A. NKW ST¥Jj>) "Ji" AD VK.N I UKJSS, ^ Tha call of ihe wireless has been Snswereu by thousands of young Amori. tans. They havo become poundera of the brass in merchantman and warahip, ami arc* now riding the high seas, talk' ing half round tho arth. And, as io the old days of the sailing ship, when audacity was a boast and skill a prida —matters to bo related and rounded out wherever men of the seven sea* met in fellowship and quiet—a veri table host of new stories have entered the world with these poundera of tha ' brass. - The world hears a few ol' these aioriei remarkable for the heroism of tha operator and the appalling loss, as in the caso of Eccles of the Ohio, or Binna of the Kopublic, or Phillips of the TitanU. But there are ether atorioe remarkable in that there was little or no loss of life, remarkable in that the quick wit and mechanical ingenuity of the operator met aa unexpected crisis. Two young fellows were sent out in ft rowboat from a land s...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TOTALISATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 3 March 1915

THE TOTALISATOR. Now that there is at last & chance of the totaliaator being?' legalised in Victoria the follow ing method of reckoning th0 amount of dividend on any par-" tieular horse will be of interest* and will be found to work oat" within a shilling: or two of the correct dividend every time;—-'' Divide the total on the machine by the number on the particular! horse,then multiply the result by"" two, and divide by three. Say', there is a total number of 2408 tickets with 400 on the horse f 400 into-2400 {roes six times : six? multiplied by two equals 12; di vide 12 bv three equals divi" dend. Worked out correctly it would be ££ Is, but it will b& agreed that the other is neat' enough, and a long way better" than a rough guess. This simple svstem is based on the fact that' 10 per cent, for the machine and' 25 per cent, for the second horse; equals 35 per cent,, leaving 6!v per cent,, or routrniy two-third®' of the total dividend betveeifc backers of the winner. ...

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 — 10 March 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age, TORE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHES) OVER 335 TEARS. MAGiilR'S Pure French Grape "BRANDY Cognac II The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh <%gP WW €5%B !@ Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP % A M §L^. 5 l!#rU# <■ DRINK STEWARTS ! " | | | FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate uui) p-jiicet your nloa.v ICxporimvut. '1 !iv wuild i.i eager foi oc»iotlii;ifC nun. which, however bimph it may be, will si>v« labor, or oiponi'', or do tilings better. I/:t it be more eonvonn.-itt. oi pi'o.uoto i loasiste -reduce ivasto. I'eoph; who 1 idiclli; tilings iu every tlav use are tlie natural invvntoru <>l Letter OiiJigti, nut) tic-- natural capitalist* of to-iiuirrow. Hiiit'i tho npk-n:lid ^dvic® that (vih.ou gives. Learn !lie- proceduro nr. to pa tentin>; in the ;!.ief countries,— th'-n scoure your own monopoly So: your rights by liecuuiing a paUnl>.'<>. 2. If thai workman or fore'ii/in, — your in...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RECRUIT [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 10 March 1915

THE RECRUIT He whs 3o, and for a bachelor, com fortably oil'. Every penny thai In) possessed ho hat! earne<l hiiti.sell by hard work. He had known bitterness, despair, disappointment ; ho had Milfcr od the contempt cil men to whom money had flowed easilv through tho channels of linanee. lie had scruples. His fatln-r died shortly alter ho whs horn. His mother, having given him, by the sweat of her brow, tho bc.vJ <:■von sho could afford ,had died too, when no was 1!) He had gone into the world without help, without influence, and tho little inlluencc upon which he could count was of lii.s own making. Kather sadly he knew these tiling. It was tho knowledge of his uphill tight that had made him appreciate the good things of life. livery book hi hit) large library told of his lights. 10very piece of good furniture, every pot in his china collection, was lo him a thing bought at a heavy price thes were trophic*. His well regulated bachelor establishment, his napery,...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AT BUSTARD CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 10 March 1915

AT BUSTARD CAMP. (Special Corespondent of tin? "M;w • ■ chcsti'i' Giiiirdiaii.") j At Lark's Hill, a bare knoll on Sal- i i'biirjr Plain, half-way between Ames bury and Mustard Camp, thti v4.ioc.1* i. winter quarters oi tho Canadians arc nc.irly ready, The Canadians aro flagerl.v looking for the day when they can leave their wet and chilly tents for tlioHj stout sheds, which resemble rows of dc'oJ.'ct railway carriages. Uu Huch a day a* this; when a frost edged wind is scything over the plain, you can sympathise. The nieii from i*so Wist don't mind lonliucss, although they say that Salisbury Plain beats Calgary way f'.>r tliat. and at Lurk's tLill they will he a hit nearer such company a; tJiu thatched village of Anieshtiry can off'r. What they abme most heartily .s the Kngli:li damp. It'js the wet blan ket business that does for lis,'' they Bar. Xevi.'ithi 1'i.s, they are happy under canvass, despite the solid month of such dirty weather that they have often Worn wet clothes, fo...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WONDER WHAT SHE MENAT [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 10 March 1915

'VOXI) 101? WHAT SI (I'l MKANT |3;,(jy had been diBjiliiyod in his hi;st (jil) ;m<l tucker to » number of julinirinu The lunt. 0110 InoUfl hi"1 uvur i„'„l wi,H evidently trying to. think of wmiethiiift nice to sny. Finally she remarked: . "Ocnr mo, how much ' looks liko his father. "It's only the warm weather. re plied 11 is mother, somewhat testily. "The child is usually rieht ehoorful and hundsorno."

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DAILY ROUTINE. A LOVELY LITTLE HUTCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 10 March 1915

THE DAILY ROUTINE. A LOVWIA L1TTLK HUTCH. All entertaining .sketch ol' lit.' in ill." British trenches lias In-eii forwarded by a c-apL:iin in the [Shirk Watch to his father, a Loudon clergyman : — "We have a lovely little hutch," lie writes, "just room for three lo lie down, and the t:>j> is hlirapiif'l--pliiHer proof. Wo have had onu or two hits landing on it. that lias come. We have had one or two attacks near, hut wo are too strongly placed in our bit of ilie line unfortunately, for them to attack us, as wo should get hundreds. "They put their defaulters in the ad vanced trendies, and one night the Regiment attacked thorn and bayoneted tho lot (only a fow), and then found a strong line behind, so they had to re tire again. The Algerian troops in tho next corps to us gave us to-day all their issuo of-. tobacco- -not vor.v good stuff, but kind thought of theirs. So wo are | siviug llieiii u day's issue of our jiim j in return. They nre mad keen to got jain. "Our routine is:—...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRISONERS OF WAR. THEIR TREATMENT IN ENGLAND AND IN GERMANY. GENEROUS HUMANITY AND SORDID BRUTALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 10 March 1915

PRISONERS OF WAR. Til 101 li TKKATMENT IN ENGLAND AND JN GEIMANY. OJ'/NKHOUS HUMANITY AND «OH DID JiliUTALlTY. A correspondent of the "Daily Mail" describes a visit to the dcten tioii barracks for oll'icers and prisoners of wur at Udy Dundonald's Welsh es tate at Abergele, North Wales. Tim building Jh a rambling old man sion, where n■ noty-oi^fht German olli em's and thiry-seven soldiers and civi lians are held u» prisoners. Thv *pa eiouH rooms art; embellished with wood carvings and ceilings by Adams, There is an exercise field of tlirfc; acn-m Th« prisoners receive half the pay of their rank, y\V.ulaleil !>>• British infantry, I which is'ffie o/il in the ease of' Obcr- j lieutenant von Tirpitz, who has the rank of captain. They are permitted to conduct, their mess on identical lines with that of a British infantry batta lion, with the; privilege of electing: a mess president, a secretary and com mittees. They are at, liberty to drink layer beer, light wines, red and white, c...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A HOUSEHOLD REMEDY. VALUE OF BLUE-GUM LEAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 10 March 1915

A HOUSEHOLD REMEDY. VALUK OK BLU ivOL'.M LEAVES. iii u late issue of th« Utage, X.Z. " Witness," i described how the bluo in leaves could bo turned into a valu able veterinary remedy. J now pro pose to show careful housewives how they van make a most eflieacious and useful household remedy. W hen a patent medicine advertised to eure all tin- ills flesh iH heir to, one i.i in clined to view it with suspicion. The number of iisra that the blue-gum de coction can be put to would incline one to doubt, if one did not remember that it in a strong antiseptic, and allays ir ritation and inllaniination, either exter nal or internal. Shortly after 1 first experimented with it J gave it boltlo to a sawmill hand who had had Ins thumb nenrlv cut olf by u circular saw. it. cured h in thumb, ami he was an exceedingly grateful man the next time i saw him." 1 had told him that it could be used safely internally for coughs and colds, ile had a little boy very ill with croup, and as a Ia->t resort,...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HIT BY A BULLET. WHAT IT FEELS LIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 10 March 1915

HIT BY A BULLET. WHAT IT FEELS LIKE. A French officer who was wounded while lending n charge at the head of Ill's company lia.s given in n loiter to r<e Temps of his impression at the moment when lie was struck, lie says: "Tlio Imll wliieh struck me was lired li'om a distance of about; lifty-fcet. I suddenly seemed to feel a tremendous Mow in the hack, although in fisi.-t-' l had been struck in the breast. I spun completely round on my heel, and my sabre, which, which I had lowered for I lie charge was thrown '20 feel away from 1110. The hall continued its course and wounded in the shoulder a soldier who followed me I made every effort to keep my feet. I reali-ed that I was fainting. and tried to proven I myself I'rtnn losing my sensi.s, lint little b.V little I It'll, consciousness K"'ng from inc. and I had the impression that was dying in a paradise of unexampled heaul.v. "It seemed to me that 1 had found the most perfect death possible--struck when ai ihe he,-id &a...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XLI. A GIRL'S LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 10 March 1915

THE I b MASTER PASSION. j (By Lillian EUertou). CHAl'TElt XU. A. (jlKL'S IjUVK. '1 Am i in time >''' and Hilda J ' followed Louis iuto the studio, hei iiRUtil aristocratic dignity t-h:iuyo<l into the most graceful timidity. "Seen:* an if 1 had been waiting tor hours, but I believe it in only live o'clock," said Uuv.-iJ with his most winning smile. "-So yuu have conic ! a I o no, for the iir.it time,'' loading liM to a seat. "Vex; tJit' boys persuaded mamin:i to go to Lord's lirHt. 1 believe thcie i (ome ridiculous match on; but .'the will be hero directly, iladu't we better bo gin ut once i iilic thought, perhaps, .Mrs T)nv;il would be with you," tin: softest of blushes pervading her chocks. "if volt want her, I'll send iui' her ^ at once, '* but lie went, to bis easel without waiting tor her answer, and | taking oil' the picture of Fau.it, which was now completed, put I.ady Hilda * in its place; "you must turn your face (.hi! eighth of an inch farther to the j left.''...

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 — 10 March 1915

WINTER SUITING'S, If you have your SUIT or OTSaOOAT mile now, it "will be realy for th3 ficst coli day. I can Fit you wall, and. charge you Lower taw toe Travelling Tiilor, Ab3olntsly as good a Ringe to pick front as yoa cm get anywhere. SUITS from 35s. upwards. Over Oie Haidrei Pattern? riivjiaz from 3 gumeis to 4 guineas. Wny Go Elsewhere ? S. H. IV1ASOM GENSRAL STORE, CRE35T. s^t,B^8iHaj4t0o|r| W. C. R. WILSON, I ; HAIRDR£fi*vf £ T0BACCOMI8T. ! I Hall St., Cressy, op. Mason's Store. J>BGS to announce thai h» hn? in Slock a large K&tjrl-nsnt of all ) the leading brands of Tobacco, Cigars, CigwiP/1% &e., &c. Pipes in endless variety. Cigarette and Cigar Holders, Tobacco Pouches, &c. Watches, Chains and Guard.*, while anything in Uk? Jevrcllery line obtained on the shortest possible notice. ~r3» No any-lie-to-^ot-you-in policy with me, and ^ No j oily - gl ad -1 o-- o u t feeling with yon. CALL AND INSPECT. W. L. EDWARDS, BLACKSMITH & WHEEL...

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 — 10 March 1915

THE BALLARAT TRUSTEES, cXE CUTORS A HO /'.C'£HCy COM PANY tTO Offioe.. .. C.VMP-8XRBET directors ; JOHN MACWXJTJ, Chairman.. San J V \f'n,'V.*XTl M T- <"> fran'k'hrrm X>i. J. D. WOOf.COTT, J.P. Dr. ROBETtT PCOTX. george T/Fivre Tfil* Company Ae«s— z. Ab Executor ar.<i Troxtee !a n W5H 2. As Trupteo in Marriage «cd other Settlements. 8. An Attorney tiniT^r Power of Aft sonteea. <5. Aj Attonioy for Ah writ Exeoaiort »nd Truafceisi. 8. As Opn(*raT a.v.btig. Trastef in Estate,? can TraEsfe# th*ir trusteeship to fchigOoropany, Ricecntorn appointed in >?. Wiil rsn Transfer to this Owo-any fx-fora Froftsi? j i« appfiod for, taid srAwqmtitij. ; it TS YOOR Pl'TY TO WAKffi YOUR WILT,.—1>0 rr >?OW, and appoint THE »A«.l_Af?A7, trustees, EXE CUTORS A MO fi<5£MCV CO. ltd. Your Kxwmtor and Yrur.tto Fall information from ; .TORN OT./tpqW. <Vfnn«r,r. j. a. aTFRTK.KsnsiLD. AQEBST for rVP-fW KMSTTSXCS:,, NOTICE. j£<(?PIE...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 10 March 1915

Oi«* RURAL ii'MEREST It. jmllii )UM. ll bit laieieal Lo have !in- linn I 111 tliu Haihvay Conniiission ei'h 111:11, Lit.■ department ih in ii. position lo carry any umoiint ol produce, and at the same Liiiio lo read the hnses sus tained liy Uipp-land producers Lhrongli lack oi trucks to nmvi< potatoes and onions that ai\, perishing at the rail way stations. The Premier, anticipating as lie does for tliis year a largely increased acre age of wheat, as well as a substantial avoiage return, luloriui-d I he railway commissioners a lew (lays ago Unit enough rolling stock' must, be ready lo carry a record yield. Sir Alexander t'eaci.ck pointed out that it would b-: a calamity, and the Govt niinent would be a laughing stock, il the advantage.-, ol a substantial crop were nullified by the failuro ol the authorities Lo carry the exportable -surplus to the seaboard. In reply, tliu chairman of Commis sioners, i\lr J''iL/.pai rick . has iurnislied a iiieuiorandinii m which the Commis...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 10 March 1915

FOR WOMEN "AmbrnsfN-o.") iplere is a artiHUjf; doubt as la wh«tli«r wo Australian women will adopt the wide skirt. On every v<lo one hears tho adjective "dmi'dfiii" «p pliad to it, backed by a fixed d< ter minntion "never" to wear it. Hul TTo have .suit! Mint .so often about new fashions—and ended by wearin" them —that it is very diflicult to .say aIij,t the result of tin's revolt agin'ml ill" wido skirts would bo. Whatever is Haid against, tliom, certain it. is ihat tho newest of tho now is a plain, with okirt, which measures four yard:, and a half at the hem. A!! the ver-,- r.mar! est now sorgo t:iilor mades have thc-o' wido skirts, which arc also short enough to show tho wholo of tho boots. Some of tlioso now wkirts aro cut i,, Uic old fashioned umbrella style, plain at the waist, nnd with a big'llare at the hem. Tho one-piece frocks are also made vory wido, and charming thev ai'e'turn ed out in velveteen or si'lk finished cashmere. In a rich, dark shade of ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 10 March 1915

' MELBOURNE LETTER (JTrom our Spooial Correspondent.) ' P .«*Pecled cleric known as r }'? !',1UM is back from "tJi<; tuslim in Now Zealand with renewed vigor njjtl undiminished beJJigcrenc-e, I le lias a splendid opportunity for tins combat m winch his soul delights m Connection with tile alleged "CHmp of ovil, ' that hv says i.s localcd closo to tlio BroadtnoailowH training camp. Ui> assertions aro denio>l by tho police. whos£> vorsion is supported by tho Chief Secrotary. lint Professor llen tono sticks to his guns—;i back-down on his pnrt would lie. mi unheard of de partures and would bo a shook to the whole community. As is generally the case, there is something to bo suid for both versions. Tiii, evil referred to by the venerable apostle of the church militant is rite and has done a con siderable amount of harm to the in discreet, of whom it is only to lie expec ted there should bo a certain percent age iu a largo body of young men. Hut it has been so sineo t...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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MR. JONES'S COFFEE. PICTURE OF THE TRENCHES [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 10 March 1915

MR. JONES'S COFFEE. IMCTUUK OK 'l iri; TIUiNOJiES Olirorfiilnoss under difficulties is the suro-r, sign ol a stout heart, and that Tommy and tiis nllici'l'M have it is proved by many a story trom tin; li'ont. N« both r story oI the kind lias, howovor, been I old than tlie following from t'10 of Mr Harold Ash ton, in 111" IjOii don "Daily Telegraph." — "Hark at it," said soldier jerking his liaidaged thumb towards t.lif battle iiolil now en'-hrouded in fog. "At it again! Sheer waste of good stulf. fightm' in London smoke. 'KH and 'amuier. .... Imt. it a:n't all *<•!! and 'animer across there. I'vu had eight days in tlio trenches. ami they've heel) not, mi bad, considi rin'. Our little dug out '.van s:; close lo the German trenches that, yon could cltiick a paper dart into 'oni dead-easy. Wo were so snug and so well found that we cam. lo got known as tlie Hotel Cecil. Not marble 'alls exactly, but I've been in worse trendies. Our ollicor—-a sub he was, and not long out of S...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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ORANGE BLOSSOM. BURDEN—M'MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 10 March 1915

ORANGw jjLQSSQM. BURDEN—M 'MURRAY. At "Ingtewood," Malop street, Gcelflng". on fcho 10th February, the Hev. Fewaa, of the Presby terian church, united in matri mony Frank H. Burden (Victo rian railways) and Clara Isabella M'Manray,eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm. M'Murrav, of "In gle wood," <3ee1on(T. The cere mony was performed in the drawin#room, whieh was beauti fully decorated with sweet peas i of pink and white andlarpe wed- ' ding- bell. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a Bweetly pretty white crepe-de ehene gown, inlet with Brussels lace, aeolloped overtunte.studded with pearls and oranere blossoms. A beautiful bridal veil was lent by Mrs Arthur Buckley, and ar ranged with pearls. and she car ried a sheath of pate pink bella donna liUies tied with pale pink and white streamers. The bridesmaid. Miss Lily M' Murray (only sister of the bride) wore a very smart frock of pale apricot satin, Jerkin bodice, with pretty Oriental Ba<?h, and • car...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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