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PRODUCE MARKET. Ballarat, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 10 March 1915

PRODUCE MARKET. Ballarat, March 5. A. Sf. Greenfield and Co. report:— There is a atrOng demand for all de scriptions of produce at appended quotations. Wheat i« firm at 8/4 for prime m'Hingf. Seed to 9/. Oata are firm and are making up to 4/8 for pood heavy feed. Medium, :?:!) t~> 8/11- P"-"* sort* are enquired for, at up to 5/b" for choica. Peas nominally 8/ for band thrcuhed Duns. Barley is very firm, and be3t Cheva lier malting' realises 6/, medium to good 5/4 to 5IS. Cape also is firm at ut> to 4/6 for malting:, feed sorts 4j to 4/3. Potatoes : £3/15 to £415. Ilay.—Very firm at £8/7/6. Straw, £2/15 to £/4. Bran, £9. Pollard, £11/6. Flour, £18/1 r>. ____________ The vigilance of the collector of the dog tax in the shire of Buninyong will not tend to make him the most popular man in the shire. The administration of the act in the past rather favored the dog owners: but the council rea lises that it has lost revenue by not being, as striet as it might have been, and th...

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

the progress of liber alism. In September last the Gram pians electorate returned a La borite by a majority of 177, now it gives the seat to a Liberal with a comparatively heavy majority of 598. If the figures stood alone they would be significant, but when they are studied together with those for the Bendigo by election at the beginning of Feb ruary, it is impossible to mistake their meaning. True Labor held the Bendigo seat, but its splen did September majority of 3000 was reduced to one of less than a sixth the number. Clearly Victoria is not with the Fisher Ministry to which it gave a ma jority some six months ago, on grounds which have nothing whatever to do with the basic j differences between Labor and Liberal principles. The results of the by-election shows that extra Metropolitan Victoria can banish Labor from office when . ever there is an appeal to the i people. More than that, the re : suits show that, bar the intru ■ sion of some side issue, the pro vinces will place a ...

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

TENNIS. RAILWAY V. CRESSY.. ■The -above teams mot oil Saturday 1a«t -and a close fini~h was the resr.lt;.. The match was played on the (jrou rjdaf' the first named club, ftefreshments'' were liberally provided by the hoine^ tev.iis. The following ara the result,'.:— • Mixed Troubles.— i). Mowat and Miss-" Haiiy, Creasy, defeated Payne :»l<l ifia.-t D. Sdwards, 8—5, S. Maaon a»d Mrv K&cdonald, Cressy, lost to Rain aniL} M:i!s B. Mowat, 8—5. G. Mowafe and1 Miss O. Mowat, Railway, defeated": : Clifton and Miss K Bown, 8--0. Ladien' Doubles.—Mrs AfaedonalcE. 5 and Mi-aa Batty, Cresny, dofcateri Mis"' sea E, and O, Mowat, 8—7, Mon's Doubles.—Mason and D> Mowat, Creasy, defeated Rain an it' Yung, 8—4. Little and G'ifton, Oreasy> ' |pat to G. Mowat anj payno 8—t. ' Total—Railway, 40 gamiM; Cresfi/^ 89 g»mep»

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

CLEARING SALE. Dalffety and Co. held ' a very ' successful clearing sale at Lis more on Friday, 26th February. I when they submitted on behalf of Mr John Moulded the whole of his stock, farming plant, hor ses and household furniture. There was a large attendance, and a total clearance of every thing was made under the ham mer at v«ry satisfactory prices. A start wag with the sheep which were in fair condition.and. elicited brisk competition. Some of the price? realised were ar» followCroaabred wethers. 4 tooth, in good condition. 15/2; crossbred e«ve?, 2-tooth.l5/7; odd lota of fit p®' <? from 20' to 32'; | ration sheep tn 1V3. The horses were a gwd lot, in first ctew condition, but owing to the de pressed Kfafe of the market competition not keen. Never theless th<> prises realised were fairly satisfactory. Draujrht mares. aged. broasrhf from £20 to £24; lUrhtor farm horsei, £15/10 to 51640' 2 year of.l colt unbroken, .€L3'10; bav fillv, 3, years old, unbrok...

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

{eight sours art union. The Eight Hours committee announces elsewhere in this issue its 59th annual art union, in which 100 prizes, of a total value of £1000, will be distributed. The first prize is valued at £500, the second £10®, and the third £50. The support accorded the undertaking: last year was ao generous that the committee were enabled to donate a very sub stantial sum to the hospitals and public charities, to which the proceeds are devoted. It will be the fifty-ninth celebration of the establishment of the system which enjoins '"Eight hoars* labor, eight hoars* recreation, and eight hours* rest." The committee has already made com plete arrangements in connection with the fete, which will be held at the Exhibition Buildings, Mon day, 26th April. A splendid pro gramme of fiporfcs and amuse ments has been arranged for Eight Hours Day, whiehhas been declared a public and bank holi day throughout the State. Nu merous special attractions will be provided for. adults and childre...

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

I We have received the follow ing " Woady Yalloak Tent, Creasy, Independent Ord°r of Rechabites, March 2nd. 1915.— To the Editor of the 'Pioneer.' Dear Sir,—I am instructed by the above Tent to thank you for the article on ' Soldi*'*-? and Drink' which appeared in a recent issue of your journal —I am. vours faithfully, William J. Yourn, Secretary." Miss Hollow, who for over three months act°d as relieving postmistress at Or^ssv, left on Saturday evening .to fill a similar position at BurnW, Richmond. Miss Hollow carried out her du ties satisfactory to the residents and gainef manv friends in social circle*. "f>-=t Gilchrist re sumed d'ifv on Monday last, A m^'titi'r of the ladies of Crossy and district has been cnnr venH for h'i'f-mst three o'clock' on Friday afternoon next in th<> ante-room of the mechanics'hall for the purpose of forming a working lv"» to provide clothing for the B^lrran children. As the object of the meeting is a verv deserving one there should b...

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 10 [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 10 March 1915

| CP-ESS"*. WE D « B S D A Y, orAIiCM 10 The Murray water3 schema, ' mooted at the conference of Premiers, taken up by the Cook Ministry when in o/fiie, and en dorsed later by the Fisher Minis ; try, must soon be decisively dealt ^ with by the State Parliament. New South Wales has approved ' of the agreement, leas populous ' and leas wealthy South Australia has bo much to gain by the con servation of Australia's water and the locking' of the M'irray \ that its assent may be taken for granted. It is fortunate that Mr Cook and his' collea.ru ^ a?ted ! with a promptitude which mikes i early action possible TV? scheme can be discussed without tho ing of any party Ir. in- j volves the exp'rndituf.-? of mil- S lions by Common wealth nod States just when ouch <v.;r»^ndi ture is necessary to -.iiv; oft Uie loss in money -ml in national character which alwivs r.-Mu'ts from unemployment 01 the large scale. And tin proo Hals on which Victoria has to pronounce h.ive this further r?.r...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 10 March 1915

BELGIAN RELIEF~FHN1X Mr W. ,T. You'rn. Inn. Kneretsrv. <Io. hi re * to acknowledge the following;" donations :— £ 8 d Hrosay Athletic Commit tee' .. .. !> 12 0 Dr. C. Alderslev Wood 2 'i. 0 -'adler, J.P. ..'2 2 0 -1. 'rUHfjell .. ..100 J.'Spalding .. .. <) 10 0 il GO

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRESSY COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 10 March 1915

CRE3SY COUiiSIMG CLUB. A meeting of the members of the above club wis held last vs&ei',' at Mrs Bown's hotel. Present—Messrs W. O'orfen,, Hnrston, Ross, Smith, Lsonnrd, E hvarris and G. MMUirray. On the motion of Mr M'AJjrr ray, seconded by Mr Edwards, Mr Wilson was voted to the chair. Mr Wilson moved, seconded by? Mr O'Brien, that a new coursingf club be formed. Mr M'Murray mover!, meondv.& by Mr Ross, that Mr Gibson he elected president for the ensuing year. Messrs Ross, Wilsoo and Smi tPi were elected vieo-presidento. Mr Macdonald was electec^ treasurer on th<-: motion of Mtf Ross, seconded by Mr O'Bvten. The following were elected a£ members of the committ*^— Messrs Edwards. G'Bnen, ILar a ton, Mantmn. Leonard, Smith', Molan and Klein. Mr G. M'Murray was elected hon. sec. Patrons—Messrs Catvr-rt, G'^lf more, Ryrne, J. Walker, C M'Kenzie, Ferrmson, Parsons, Earles. D-. Wood and MrsBown^ Mr O'Brien moved that the' hon. s*c. write to Mr Wilding* asking hi...

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 — 17 March 1915

Hagefchorn asid Bolton, Stock, Land and General Com mission Agents, 19 MALOP STREET. GEELONG, (Telephone, 5.5M1. Offices at HORSHAM, DIWBOOLA, NHILL, RAINBOW. J^PARIT. NATIMUK and aOttOKS AUCTION and CLEARING SALES Conducted in any part of Victoria LAND SALES a SPECIALITY. Farming and Grasino- Properties for Sale and to Xjp.wp in various parts of Victoria and New South Wales. Loans on Freeholds Negotiated at Lowest Rates of Interest. Good lines of Store and Cattle for Private Rsil-?. Agents for the At?a». A^tirance Com pany, Limit"-!. Inaurancea against Kir" Effected, . And on. Stock, Growing Crops and Hay Stacks. tarAUCTION SALES of Fat and Store Sheep and Cattle will be held at the Corporation Yard?. North Geelong, every MONDAY. Reenter Monthly Stoeic Sales held at our Winchelsea. yards. Western Plains Farmers' Co operative Society, Ltd, Cressy. A. fall stock of Twine, Oils, Bags, and Farm Requisites al ways on hand. Soie agents for the Maasey-Har'is TdacMnsry, ' the best on the m...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. CRESSY V. LTSMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 17 March 1915

CRICKET. CRESSY V. LTSMORE. The above teams met at Lis more on Saturday week last. As time was called before it was played, it was finished on Satur day last on the Cres3y ground, when Lismore won on the first innings. The following are the seores:— Cressy.— First inning3. Rir.tler, b D. \Valt»rj .. .. 24 M'Lellan, b D. Walters .. .. 1!) Ferguson,' Ibw. b D. Walter-i .. 0 Oan-rell. c ThoiMon, b D Walters 15 C. Currie, c Tbomion, b K. Birr 28 velson. not ont .. .. V. 6 Berry, b D. Walters -« .. ... 0 Turner, c Gallagher, b K. Barr 6 ! Sundries .. „ .. .. 1 Total 99 Listmre.—Pirsfc iraoTrjfjj. Elgrar, b M",ellan „ .. .. 2 Thiiman, run out „ ... .. 30 | Robertson, run oat ... 19 Smith, e Curne, b Cringr®" ...... 6 Galli^Her. b Ganfjell.. ... .. 2 O. Walters, c Turner, b Carrie .. 9 E. C'irrie, nit out .. .. .. 1(5 J. Stewart, not out .. .. 6 Sundries .. H Six wicfcets for „ ... 101 Cres«y.—Second Iriwing*. Binder, b F. Walters.. .. ' ... 55 Lav/*on, b O. Wnlters .. .. 12 Barry, b D. Wa...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRODUCE MARKET. Ballarat, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 17 March 1915

PRODUCE MARKET. Ballarat, March 12. A. M. Greenfield and Co. renort Thore is a strong demand for all de i scriptions of produce at appended I nnntntlon9^ Wheat is firm at 8/4 for prime,, m'llintf. Seed to 9/. Oats are firm and are making up to 4/8 fnr good heavy feed. Medium, 3/9 to 3/11. Sf>«d sorts are enquired for, at un to 5/6 for choice. PeaB nominally 8/ for hand threshed Dnns. Barley i'b very firm, and best Cheva lier malting realises 61, medium to good 5/4 to 5/8. Cipo al«o is firm at ud to 4/6 for malting, feed sorts 41 to 413. Potatoes : £3/15 to £4/5. Hay.—Verv firm at £8/7/6. Straw, £2/15 to £/4. Brnn, £9. Pollard, £11/5. Flour, £18/15. Russia ia twenty tim^s larger than Franc? and Girmmy put together (8,400.000squaremilea) and her moulition is suopnae^l to number 165 million^, 103 millions more than that ->f Germany.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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HOW TO PIT POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 17 March 1915

HOW TO PIT POTATOES. Do not leave them too long in the ground, or they mav start a second growth; on the other hand, see that they are quite ripe before digging. The best way to store them is by pitting. Spread a quantity of dry straw along the ground, two feet wide by what ever length mav be neee33arv for the quantity you have Heap the tubers ud on this, triangular wise; cover completely with another layer of straw, th^n wjth clay or earth. Never rem we the covering until vou r«ady to use the potatoes. Start at one end and withdraw the daily or weekly sudpIv. coverincr the end np immediately you are finnhed. In this way you will not disturb t)io whole pit. hijfc v/ii! Hrs>i'iai!y lessen it until all the tubers have been extracted. Then vou can dig the straw into the soil. .

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NATURS MAINTAINS FERTILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 17 March 1915

NATURS MAIN rALNTS FER TILITY. It ij wjli to kao.v how organic matter fron plants and animals is convertsi into food for plants, says "Farm and Ranch." Every one i3 familiar with the odour of ferm^niinjr manure. Tht9 is a good examole of the process of nitrifi-iatijn which chancres or ganic matter into available plant food. Certain bacteria attack the manure and convert it into am monia, vhie.h gas ha3 the foul small, 0:her bacteria convert the am iunia into nitrous acid1* or nitrite■«. which are further trans formed into nitric acid or nitrates by oth t bacteria. In the form of nivates this is soluble in water, and is readily taken up by plants This same process is constantly taking: place in the soil. Leaves, stalks,or other organic matter in the soil pas3 through this process called nitrification, a portion being: transformed into nitrates and a large portion being broken down into mould called humus. After the nitrates are used by the plants, and the plants build up their tissue...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PIG ITEMS. DISARMING THE BOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 17 March 1915

PIG ITEMS. DISARMING TJIE 130AR. X ho tusks of a hour ought to bo kept short. This not only makes him less a menace to the other animals, hut iniinv pig-raisers believe him loss (iorce unci self-confident. An inch and it hull' in length ifi about tho limit to which the lower tusks should he allowed to grow. 'J'Jiin means Inking thorn oit onco every six months. The quicke.it ami one of the commonest ways of dis* posing of them is to knock thum-olT with colli I'luscl and hammer. The trouble witir litis method is that it is likely to splinter the bono around the socket of the tnsk, anil I have even known the jaw-bone to be broken. A much better way is to break tho tusk olT with long horse nippers or with blacksmith's pincers; or tho tUHk can he nicked deeply 011 both sides with a three-cornered tile, after which it can lio knoc.kod oil' with greater safety, though it is still better to uso pincers. The stub can be smoothed down with a few strokes of a flat file. To hold him for this or...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RAILWAYS. COLAC—BALLARAT SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 17 March 1915

THE RAILWAYS. I I.I ■ ■ ■■ I CO LAC—BALL AR AT SERVICE. , The complaints which are agai n being made regarding the present unsatisfactory train service be tween CMac and Billarat, via Creasy, ara not likely to result in the commissioners taking steps to provide any imorovement. Ine explanation off^rel is that the service has to make conn°c ' tions with the Gael on £ and Warr nambool service at Colac, the Melbourne and S?rvicatin service at Ballarat, and the Gherins^hap and Maroona service at Cra3sv ; and, while it is admitted that the service is alow,any improvement in the speed w">uld, it ?9 consid- j ered, lead to considerable de'ay ; at the juncti n stations. The pa33en?er traffi* on the line ha? been exeepti nally poor, as on the Gheringhap and Maroona line the maxim lm number of passen gers per train has not exceeded 25. It was anticipated that this line would have considerably re jlievad the main line between Melbourne and Servieeton for gram traffic and also would have tak...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHOOSING BREED FOR BEES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 17 March 1915

CHOOSING BREED FOR BEES. It is frequently romnrkud that the queen bee ia everything to the hive. She iB in many rcapocta responsible for results) obtained, and in conaoquenco must Ijo chosen according to results de sired. From among tho numerous raeoa of liivc bees there ia one outstanding broed which, alter trials beaido other broods in tho name apiaries, has proved itself the best for most of the purposes for which a beekeeper wants bees. This breed is the leather-colored Italian, a native of northern italy. In America, whero I ho first important trials were made with this boo, it wua found to be gentle, industrious, not vory excitabio, hard}-, and, about all, less prono to 3warm than other racos. That it pos sesses theso characteristics, and they can bo enhanced by careful seloction in queen breeding, has been proved in this .State. Jn New South Wales, in particular, and elsewhere, 0110 valuable point has been observed in connection with pure leather Italian colonies; they seek h...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCARCITY OF GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 17 March 1915

SCARCITY OF GAME. Game ia reported to be very scarce in the Western district this year, and though ducks are protected, very few of these birds are to be seen on the lakes or creeks in this locality this season, and it seems only a.mat ter of time, if more stringent measures are not taken for their protection, when wild ducks will be altogether exterminated. So far, no infringements of the srame laws have been reported to the Western district police, but it ia quite possible for illegal Bhoot ing to be carried on—and there is no doubt that it is at times— without discovery, for each in spector has a very wide area to watch over, which reduces his chance of catching unscrupulous sportsmen at this work to a mini mum. To secure the better pro tection of all species of wild game it has been suggested that honorary inspectors be appoin ted, as is done in many parts of Australia. i ' I ' ' ' ■ i ; ■ -• •

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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A PROFITABLE EXAMPLE OF MANURING FOR GREEN FEED. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 17 March 1915

A PROFITABLE EXAMPLE OF MANURING FOR GREEN FEED. Iti dairying and even in gnHeriil forming district* th» uultivation ol' anno crops for green food in considered advisable. lu many canes cereal crops sown chietly for grain (or hay) am made use of towards the end of winter or in tlio early spring l»y being fml off by stock. .Such practice is often of great. importance to tlio farmer for it gives liirn a supply of good foeil when grass may bi> very scarce. Tho valuo of (his feed should not be overlooked, and naturally tho more l'eod available the more stock can bene fit by it. Whether tho crop is grown 0'ilv for green food or whether it is mibse (|tieiitly to bo allowod to grow to oar and be cut for hny or harvoHted for ginin, tho use of suitable manures will invariably provo highly satisfactory and most profitable. In order to try the etl'ect of a top dressing of nitrute of soda, an experi ment was carried out by Mr. George l.angley, manager of !Sir William Mc Millan's farm, at Alb...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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CRUSADE AGAINST RABBITS [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 17 March 1915

CRUSADE AGAINST RABBITS Mr Frank Allan, ths chief in spector for Victoria, announces that a 8D33ial crtmde ia now being cond.ictad against tha rab bits in the Baach Forest country, where tha scourge has spread with alarming rapidity daring the last year or two. Sjveral demonstrations of apple poison ing by free feeding mathods have been hald in the district, and the property ovners ara forming leagues in tha different localities with ths object of miking a com bined etf >rc to combat the rabbits by this system. At Waeaoroinah recently a prinsrty o? 230 acre?, carrying good pasture, was pois oned by this msthid, and to the astonishment of the owner 2055 dead rabiit3 were pickad up along th^ furrows. O.i another block of land almost bare of pas ture 1600 rabbi t3 ware taken off 130 acres- Mr Allan estimates that probably only 75 per cent. <>f the kill was found, other rab bits dying in their burrows or undercover. Most of the rab bits picked up are rolling in fat.

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