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A FOWL'S ANATOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 17 March 1915

A FOWL'S ANATOMY. -Many poultry-breeders are ignorant of the anatomy of a fowl, anil aro re commended to make a post-mortem ox aniiiiation at an uarly opportunity, which will bo l'ouud greatly to assist their efforts at keeping tlioir birds in perfect health and vigor. The location of a fowl 's stomach, also tin; gizzard, Hidilom troubles tho ordinary breeder, yot when their rolation to egg and flesh production is eonsiderod the i mport anco of knowledge on the subject be comes apparon',. i'irat of all there is a crop at the commencement of the ali mentary canal, which receives all food partaken of, ami in this thin-walled sac tl 11 id secreted by its glands is mixed with the food, softening it, and thus preparing it for gastric digestion, which is the fowl's third digestive cav ity of the elementary canal. Its walls aro very thick, and thrown into folds, in which calcareous or homy matter is embedded. In fact, it is a living crush ing mill in which all hard grains are broken up ami...

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

i millions in~ the making. I In the Napoleonic war? a hun | dred years ago the R}th3childs I made their fortune by getting I first news of the re3ult of the s Battle of Waterloo, and by buy I ing up stock to an enorm )u? ex ! tent before the overthrow of | Nipoleon was lcir-vi to the man | in the street. Bit millions have I been mide.and lo3t with great [ raoidifcy in m)re pjaeaful time3. We can recollect the paeumxtic, i and the ru^hsr, and the Marconi i bo.inn within recent years. In [ the latter one Dublin gentlemxn [ m ida £36,001 I Darin? the S:o3k Etahan^e j boon in Will street. Njw York, | it i3 -aiid oa authority that Mr John D R>2kf3llerlor,£L2)3,033 in le3-3 time than itw>uldtake | him to am >ke a cigarette. I After, all, this was only a slight i check in a brilliant career of good I fortune. Sush a I033 twenty | years before would have ruined ! him absolutely; to-day it only | means the temporary I033 of a j few penc? in each pound of his possessions. Daring his ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BELGIUM'S HEROIC KING. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 17 March 1915

BELGIUM'S HEROIC KING. A soldier in tho Kings' Own Hussars now fighting in France, write, m a letter to his wifo in Melbourne:—"1 saw tlio King of tho Bolginns yester day—u truly heroic figure. I To is im mensely tall (Oft Sill.), nml is every inch n KoWior find a mini. Ho in tlio only king in the firing lino. Ho is glorious, Whenovor or wliorovor tlio Belgian soldior lights, tlio king is by his sido. Tlio Belgians never chiirgo without tlio King loads. Ho has led tho 18th Bel gian infantry into actions, fought as its colonol, ndvancod with it, and when it was ovurwholmod by superior num bers atnyod with it till of its 2,000 lighting iuoii only nino remained, but ho brought back tho nino in fronton. No wondor tlio army cheers liko mad when his tall figure looms up.. No wonder fho Ilolgiuns fight liko demons."

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

BEEAG. From Oar CorrotyenA«nt. A farewell social was tendered t<i MV*' arid Mrs Craike and family on Tuesday* \ last. They were, the recipients of a* 5 purse of sovereigns, and Whs Crailce' J was presented with a silver baekei mir ror brush and comb and shoehorn amfc buttonhook. Mr C. E. Brooke-, chair-' man."made the presentation on behalf* j of the Church of England committee, j Farewell speeches wer» given by Messrs Brooke, Beckman, P. Hanlon, A- PinVr. M'Craw and W. (J. Clarke. The M> lowing programme was rendered :—• Solo, Miss Amy Pink; piano solo, Rfrrf' Clarke; solo, Mrs Miller ; violin Softy Mr Craike; euphonium solo, Mr W* Cooke; glees, St Augustine's eh«?K Supper was provided by the -\4Mik, | The singing of " Auld l ane Svne" hjf.' . I the company, and a short dance brought 1 I the proceedings to a close. I The jumble sale was a great su«ce*«5» | and the proceeds reached £140 for tfeaf I Belgian relief fund. The Weering picnic was held on day afternoon last,...

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

MILK IS A FOOD. Tho act ot' milking is tho prepara tion of u finished food product. How ! many milkers realise this Tho stablo is a laboratory in vrhiok id prepared the most useful of all food products. If this labortory is dirty and poorly vou | lilut'cd; if the cor- and the milker are uuclean; if in.the operation of milkiuj dirt gets into the milk, tho result is a product injured us a food. Few men would pick up a piocc of broad from the lioor and cat it with any relish, vet (some would permit the dirt from tho cow and tho hands of the milker to enter the mink and think nothing of it. This dirt in the milk has much more significance to-day than it had a lew years ago. The science of preventive modicino ha* developed wonderfully since we knew something about bncteriii. It has been demon strated many times that the intestinal diseases of infants fed on cow's milk come largely from the milk. We no longer say that an "all-wise Vrovid enco lias seen fit to take from us our little ones,...

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

FOR WOMEN I'« "A'l'briAiue.") | In th« Novembtr i.-.t,u<: at the "Xin« 1 teontb Century" is lound a remark-' I ably Hiigj!<*tivo article, written by Afi'-H 1 Edith Kellais, on cetrain large and sue 1 crHjful experiments in cheap enteritis I which have been carried on For many I years in .somo oi' the citiea of tho Con I tinunt, notably iu Christiania and I Vienna. Whatever else tho Uriton I nlay pride himself (or let us confess, 1 lioraelt), upon, it is not in tho matter I of cheap and cfJicient cooking. As an I exainplo of this tho writer quotes tho I cafio of a Belgian-family, the feeding of 1 which was entrusted to a well-meaning 1 1/ondon housewife, who BtarVed her I poor guo^U on expensive tinned jams | ,m,l indigestible beef stec5:; Some I |; nid export succeeded in having the I IJelgians subsidised to look after them I selves immediately tho exilos put I themselves upon a tasty and nourish 1 ing diet at something under one half I what their English hoste...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOME USEFUL HINTS ABOUT MILKING THE COW. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 17 March 1915

SOME USEFUL HINTS ABOUT MILKING THE COW. U.V It. It. Kerr (Dniry Supervisor), in "Journal of Agriculture." in the mind* of most poople, includ ing many dairymen, very littlo thought, or attention ia given to the milking of a cow. Many of the failures at dairy ing are due to a lack of knowledge of this important subject, and when that is missing, the cows .soon feel and show the results. They gradually go dry, and, with poor returns, dairying is branded an unprolitable industry, and the cows as duffers. What constitutes a good milker, or by what method a man can gel tho utmost from a cow— leaving out tho question of feod—is a matter ton often neglected.' 1 regrot to t ..site tho milking of cows 011 many dairy farms seems to bo a secondary consideration, the apparent object be ing to got the cows out of tho yard as soon as possible. Now, whilo it ia necessary that cows should be milked quickly, tlioy must not bo rushed through. A large''majority of our best cows ate of a sensitive nat...

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

PIGS ON LUCERNE. An interesting study of the use of; lu cerne for pork production hns recently been made by the Now Mexico Kxpe rimont Htatiou, and is reported in Bul letin So. VO. Briefly the conclusions arc that lueeruo is a too one-sided ra tion for pigs, unless it is supplemented with grain or skjpi milk. Maturo pigs are inaintained nicely on lucerne alone, but pigs do not thrive as they ought. The largest gains were made when pigs had lucerne, skim mill: and grain. This is as one might expect, the milk being an ideal ration in itself for a growing pjj*, aud the grain supplementing it while the lucerno made the bulk and afforded a good deal of the protein of the ration. Good results, however, wore secured when only lucoriiJ) and a small ration of grain were ietj. Calculations sliowod that the gain resulting from tho In- j corne eaten was about 782 lb. pur acre. Figuring live pork at 7 cents (fi'^d.) per lb., this would be equivalent tu a return of 51.71 dollars (Sli/7/0% roughly...

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

STATE SCHOOL 1 CARNIVAL. I The swimming' basin m tfce WoatfjS* Yailoak river presented an atiinjateftT appearance on Saturday afternoonV when a swimming carnival, promoted by the head teacher of the Creasy aehooS1 ■(■Mr G. Knight) and the sehoo! cantiut^ tee, took place. The weather was nofi all that could be desired far aquatie? sports, but (rood entries were received"' for the events and some keen eonte*Cf£ resulted. Afternoon tea was provlde<& by the ladies, and this ad led consider^ ably to the pleasure of ths outinjp fn^ addition to the contests, a demonatr.tj~ tion of the rescue and release methods. by teacher and scholar* evoV*d tttttch. ' interest, especially when little Tortgi Bown towed home to safety his ' stone teacher. Another item of est was the clcver work <Sone by boys in divine; fro-n 'he surface of tilef water for a loaded dummy irt «everr at? eight feet of water. Trophies weM* kindly donated by Mrs Bown, Mennrs O'. Rayer, P. Phillios,...

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

j ' CRES3Y TURF CLUB. " H I A committee meeting of 4%;' above club was held on Safuttfa^ niprht at the Frenchman's Innr. Present—Messrs C. A. Barfegt (president, in the chair), lilac-'! donald, Gilehriat. Edwards. Whft'4 lips, Klein, and E. Byrne tary). The minute3 of the pre,fe' meeting-'were read and eonfirrar-il' The question of hoMmg winter race meatirtpr, fixed fc,Y 26th April, came up forccmtfMer.> ation. After gome dtseassjon was decided to'abandon the meet ing. It was thought by members^' that, owing' to the various ealf&' being: made on the coramomty #& the present, and also to the arv settled state of the country, tfr# holding of the winter meet would not be justified. . A sub-committee, ccmsiafrngo# Messrs C. M'Kenzie. J. Walked F. Phillips and C. Klein was pointed to attend to the sotfttiitf down of the racing track wftltf rye grass on the firflfc favorable opportunity. It was decided to approaefe Mif Fincham, the owner of the pro^ | perty, and ask him...

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

IN MEMORIAWC. Nblsow.—In loving memory of our dear son, Thomas George Itirktand, who died from an accidcnt, at Bceae Hos pital, March 14th, 1912. He bade no one the last ftood bye, He wared hia hand to none ; His spirit flew before we knew That from u» he had (?one. Inserted by his loving parents, bro thers and sinters.

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

"WIN T'JiiR SUITINGS. If yon have your SUIT or OVERCOAT mvle now, it will be ready for the first cold day. I can Fit you well, and charge you Lower than tha Travelling Tailor. Absolutely as good a Rings to pick from as you can get anywhere. SUITS from 35s. upwards. Over One Hundred Patterns ranjin? from 3 gunms to 4 guineas. v Wiiy Go Elsewhere ? S. H. MASON GENERAL STORE, CRESSY. PRESSING H b-^- °0N W. C. R. WILSON, HAIRORE88ER A TOBACCONIST, Hall St., Cressy, op. Mason's Store. BEGS to announce that he has in Stock a large assortment of all th® leading brands of Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes, &c., &e. Pipes in endless variety. Cigarette and Cigar Holders, Tobacco Pouches, &c. Watches, Chains and Guards, while anything in the Jewellery line obtained on the shortest possible notice. No any-lie-to-get-you-in policy with me, and .g— No jolly-glad-to-get-out feeling with you. CALL AND INSPECT. W. L. EDWARDS, BLACKSMITH & "WHEELWRIGHT DUVERNEY STREET, CRESS...

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 17 [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 17 March 1915

ttK Pioneer. CRESS'S. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 17 The season 191<£-15 is amongst - the mozt disastrous the wheat < growing: districts have known, j Granted reasonably good weather j conditions the season 1915-16 i should be good. It is seldom in deed that the primary producer knows twelve months ahead that there will be ncareity ot grain in the world's markets, and that every bag he can raise will be eagerly bought at high priees. Prom the monssnt when ;t be comes clear that no sensational victory, no timely intervention of neutral powers, was to make an end of the war only less sud den than its beginning, the Aus tralian farmer has known that Europe will use more food,at any rate will consume more food, than in any previous year of its history, and will produce less. How does Australia as a whole, how does Victoria, as the Stat« in which we are most deeply in terested, stand in relation to the great opportunity which an inter national calamity has brought 1 Mr Tudor, ...

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

CHURCH SERVICES. M ETHODIST CHURCH SUNDAY. MARCH 21, 1915. Cressy, 11 a.m. Mr Yourn Chessy, 7.30 p.m. Mr Gazaard Webneth, 3. Mr Gnazard pRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1915. Cressy, II a.m. Foxtiow, 3 p. m. Berhybank, 7.30 p.m. J^OMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH SUNDAY. MARCH 21, 1915. Chess Y, 11.30

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

THINNING FRUIT ON TREES. l'lu; Toronto "Globe" o£ recent ilato Una nil article entitled " lliggtr Yields by Thinning Peaches," giving tlio re ■suit of mi experiment conducted in tho ^Niagara district on ilftoen St.' John trees. 'I'ho trees were o£ average aizo, hoalthy, nine years of age, and headed and pruned rather high. Tho previous year they hail borne no fruit at all— the first time they had over failed— and now they wore heavily laden. Those trees wero chose:! bocauso they gave a chance to observe the greatest extremes. The thinning was done on j L'Otli and U7tU Juno. The result of tho experiment was that the unthiuued trees produced lb. of lirsls, 191 !4 II). of seconds, and .'(-H lb. of culls—in all peaches, having a total value of .'il/. The trees thinned from lin. to :t in., or just so that two ripe peaches would not toiii'li each other, as nearly as could be .judged in tho early part o£ the season, gave the highest gross ro turns, producing 'Ml'/j lb. of lirata, ■il)"'/:;...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FEED AND MILK ODORS [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 17 March 1915

FEED AND MILK ODORS | Tlioro ia nonio relation betweon the | teed and tho milk. If anions nro fc<l , to 11 cow, it is expected that tho milk will huvo tho odor and flavor of onions. Tho .same is truo of turnips, but in a Iush degree. If, hoivovor, tho turnips or cabbage nro fed in mddorate quan tities directly after milking, no bad result is noticed, bocouso in thiti caJfo llio system has hud time to absorb tho malodorous material. Silago is as .strong in odor as onions, and yot a eow can eoiisumo a largo quantity ot even tho rankest .silago, and produce milk without a tram of silago odor. Vet the silage odor in very ponetrating. It hangs to tho hair of tho cow, and tliv garment)* of tho milker; it tills the air iif tho Ijyre. Whou fed just bo lur.' milking, and wlicn tho milking is done without washing tho hands, tiio milk is Hiiro to lio tainted. Milk kept in tho building where silugo in, easily J absorbs tho odor. The«o odoro that outer milk alter it is drawn from tho ...

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 [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 17 March 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST Already the problem of what is to l»e done to furnish suitablo employment for soldiers at the termination of tho win- i» exorcising; the minds of people in England. Jt is interesting to note (in! direction in which its) consideration is lending. There would appear to bo possibilities of an awakening to tho great lield for employ incut that lioH irt the development, of rural Australia. 'J'lioro in also the realisation that it is tho vast ecpty spacos in the outlying portions of tho Empire, and particular ly Australia, that will ho the chief ele ment of danger in future. liar 1 Gray is at tho forefront of a movement that commissioned Mr H.E.Easton, secretary of thi; Hritisli Immigration league to impiire into the matter. Mr. Easton says that in Western Australia Karl (iroy has ho en olfercd 100,000 acres of f j uit land, in proximity to the railway, at i'2 an acre, purchase money not. to he paid for twenty years. The owner further offers to advance £00,000 as working...

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

IIJS ONLY TROUBLE. Blanc nut diHconaolatoly in tho srnok ing-rijijni whilo all tho othor gliosis at a hall woro tangoing like mad. "Wliy, Blanc, what aro you doing horo Why aron't you out oa tho floor tangoing, man?" his hoat asked. "I don't tango," Blanc answerod. "You don't tango7 Incrodiblc. How on oartli is it that you don'l'tarigof " "Well," Blanc said, sadly,I'd liko_ ** music puts me out and tho gii'ls gat in' to tango, and I would tango, 'oiily tho' the way."

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XLII. A BRIDE ELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 17 March 1915

THE MASTER PASSION. : its: dii..! CHAPTER XIJI. A BRIDE ELECT. "Ob, my dear, I am so delighted to have got "iiore at last," wiid Iho Mar chioness of Hilford, rh hho entered the drawing room at Carlton-garden.s, and clasped Lady Elfrida's hands |" h«tl< her own; "but that tiresome W stverlej dropped in just ns I was starting mid told mo a whole budget ol mws. l am dyiug to woo ajl your preit \ things—where are they.-' "And I »m dying to hear the bud get of neu'H, so let us have some tea uoforo wo stir," and Lady hHriua, placing hor friend on tiio sofa, and taking a cliair by the little tea-table. "Mamma is out, and I have given ord er* that wo are at homo to no one ex c^spt " with s» significant glance at a photograph on the mantlepiece. "Ah, what a crisis it is m our s liti when you are at home to no one vsv j't —I could write quite a volume on the subject." "Do, and put tno in it. "You..wouldn't like it. I was wild to i;eo myself in |>rint, mi young Harry Spooner said...

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

-rl I f o * II A r\i * ii ■ nni r* nnnrt inc. u/iiiMumii nrrt-L unur, Although tlio fintht npplr;i in tlio world lire grown in Canada, it is fro ijUoiitJ.y difficult to obtain Lliom thore, and Canadians liavo often to content themselves with tlioso imported from I ho United .States. 'l'his is duo to tho fact that ICurope, appreciating tho qual ity and flavor of Canadian applos, im ports thom in vary largo quantitioo. The exports of Cauadiaii apples to tho United Kingdom havo rccotitly total led about 1,000,000 barrels por annum, entire ship cargoes bebing confined to this ono product. In addition, 75 per cent of tho upplos evaporated in Canada aio exported to Germany, Aus tria, Hungary, ami other Eiiropoan countries. Naturally tho war haw con siderably interfered with this section of the Canadian trndo, and tho Depart ment of Trado and Comnierco at Ot tawa has taken upon itself tho auty of assisting the growers and exporters in tho dovolopmunt of now markets. A considerable amount o...

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