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[?]ATS IN PIG FATTENING. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 24 March 1915

OATS IN PIG FATTENING. fc/Xperiinouts have boon curried out ill Auioricu In compare thu valuu of oat milling oll'als ami barley meal for fat tening pigS. '"'O a"f- r 'J0_ i!!" used was com]>osoil chielly of the outer Hem I c.oiit nl: the kernels and layers im mediately below, mixed with a certain amount of meal particles oL' various grades, ami the analysis showed it to contain 8. IS per cent, of water, 17.1(8 per cent, protein, 0..U per cent. fat, 5fper cent, carbohydrates, 2. Oil per cent, crude libre, and .".."W per cent, ash. ./.''or tlie purpose of the experi ment the barley meal and oat feeding' meal were fed in each case in conjunc tion with potatoes, roots, bran, a patent maize food, sesame cake, and lish meal. The total increase in weight of the pigs during the fattening puriud was slight ly in favor of the barley meal, but the oat feeding meal was found to bo uoit siderably more economical. To pro duce 1.00 II;. increase in live weight tho average expenditure in tho...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PARLIAMENTS AND DECENTRALISATION [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 24 March 1915

PARLIAMENTS Aftfl> DECENTRALISATION, • — f At its recent meeting: Tieftfntf J Melbourne, the Country E-npfo^ ers and Producers' A39octatftfj|>' j declared emphatically for (feestt*' tralisation. That in itself is tw# a matter for surprise, speeches deliverer? at the eon ence showed that the tyrsivtneetf-. are growing wearv nf m-»nv the methods of the Stnt° ment. The president rarnarlroff,,' " Country emploverg and orodfa> eers should no loncrQt* ntfow potential power and influence ft? be spent in feeh'<» ittaclcs f,n case hardened politicians" PftTf^r attacks have acorno'istieS Ifttfe, if anything-. The country effigi' torates return an ov»»rwTjefrrt7iTfgf majority of the member# <if tfi& State Houses, hut. fn wptfce off that, Victoria fa ru'ed in the ftjv terests of Melbourne. Tfc fs Well? that. Liberals, wha<-h^r fn metropolis or ou^ide ft* narro^ boundaries, should reatlne this must ceanp to he, or w«? utowfF glide into unificatio...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRESSY'S WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 24 March 1915

CRESSY'S WANTS. At the conclusion of the tele phone meeting, the neglect of Creasy by the Colac shire council was considered. Delegates who met the riding councillors in 1914 were promised a lot of things, but got nothing. They "asked for bread and got a stone." A water trough for teamsters, lighting of the streets, the appointment of an inspector of nuisances, etc., etc., had been asked for. Mr Knight moved that the Colac shire council be again writ ten to asking why the sugges tions made in 1914 have not been carried out. Mr Knight called attention to the state of the fence near the ford. On the motion of Mr Mether all, seconded by Mr Macdonald, it was decided to call the Hamp den shire council's attention to it. Mr Dawkins suggested that the Council shire council's attention be called to the want of lights on the newly made road towards the railway station. The contractor should provide lights to prevent accidents. The dangerous state of the cul vert on the Beeae road near Kil bu...

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-24 [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 24 March 1915

I CEESSY. WEDNESDAY. MARCH-24 . 1 Frequent appeals to many of oar subscribers to pay up their overdue subscriptions, which, in many cages, are two years overdue, have failed to bring a response, it is our inten tion to isaue aummaniei for their recovery. There has not been many eases dealt with in the Creasy police court recently, bo it is our intention to liven matters in that direction. A summons costs five shillings. To nave this, and other legal exnenses, it would be advisable for thoie in' teres ted "to liquidate their little bills " at once. Jtiain is sadly needed m this part of the State. Les3 wind and more rain would do a world of good. Now that the Weering rldingr ! councillors have hud part of Duverney street ploughed no for i tree planting, ft i<? to he hoped they will not >70 to sleep and forget to fence it in. __ The match between the mar ried and single members of the Creasy cricket e!ub arranged for Saturday last fell through, not a sufficient number of ...

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 — 24 March 1915

WINTER SUITINGS. ' If you have your SUIT or 07BRC3AT made now, it will be ready for the first coli day. I can Fit you well, and charge you Lowar than the Travelling1 Tailor. Ab3olutsly as good a Ring3 to pick from a3 you can get anywhere. SUITS from 35s. upwards. Over O.ic Hmdred Patterns r wiping from 3 guineas to 4 guineas. Way Go Elsewhere? JT TrtE CR E S SY ,CE N E R AL StO R E essekesiep1: ■DUBSSING H ^ — ° O J»T. J. RICHENS, • " Successor to W. R. 0, Wilson MA1RDBES3!-K a TOBACCONIST, , Hall St., Gressy. op. Mason's Store. BEGS to announce that li!? Ivih in Stock a large assortment of all the leading brands of T>h i':eo, Cigars, Cigarettes, &c., &c. Pipea in endless variety. Cigarette and Cigar Holders, Tobacco Pouches, &e. Watches, Chains and Guards, while anything in the Jewellery line obtained on tin shortest possible notice. . No any-lie-to-^et-you-in policy with me, and • Ko jolly-^liid-to-^et-out feeling with you. ^ CALL AND INSPECT. 1 : ; : : ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIRECT COMMUNICATION FROM CRESSY TO WERNETH. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 24 March 1915

DIRECT COMMUNICATION FROM CRESSYTO WERNETH. A well attended meeting-ofthe Cregsy progress association, about 40 persona beinsr present, was held in the mechanics' insti tute on Saturday fash Mr A. Sadler, J.P., m the chair. The minutes of the nrov'nnR meeting, held on Ju1v 6*:h, 1914. were read and confirmed. After a conventional dtsfii** sion as to the best wav of wcnr int? direct tefenhome eomm>i"'<,.a tion bafcwa,>n Maroona and Gae loner, Berrv trnved, ■v»cond<id by Mr Batterbury. that the Creasy orotyress association com municate with the liiflmore pro gress aawMntien soliciting their ; as^tance in the matter. j The sef.retsrv read a tetter \ from *he Postal D^na^tm^ot qtat- j irn? the terin on which W^rneth would be connected directly with Cre«isv. Three schemes were submitted i~ A. 13v thia Dapartm^nt «oon | th= re=iM^fif:q contributing cash. ' labor, andCR) or material to the value of £29I2'6'. If so. desired any of the material, etc.!, a* here und...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 24 March 1915

RIFLE CLUB. \ public meeting, to form a rifle club in Cresgy. was held on Saturday evening in the mecha nics' hail, about 10 persons being pregent. On the motion of Mr Mether all, seconded by Mr Gilehriat, Mr E5. Berry was voted to the chair, who stated that he consid ered a rifle club should be formed in Creasy, He had convened the meeting to see whether a club could not be formed. Mr Sadler suggested that if a range for long shooting could be obtained he thought the mem ber* could practice at a miniature rifle range Mr ReiHy said that a miniature range was only for night shoof> After s conversational discus sion as to aauitable range,during whieh Lake Corangamite, Mount R^becea, and on the ftokewood road, near Yarrima. were men- j tioned, Messrs Gilehrist. Dr"affin. , ; Hawes and Berry were appointed to select a site. The following enrolled them selves as members/—Dr. Wood, Messrs A. Saclletv k. W. Grylls, j. Maedona1<LP. Howell, W. Ed wards, A. Gilchrist, A.Metheral...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FROM FLOUR TO BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 24 March 1915

FROM FLOUR TO BREAD. Au old English flour millor writes in lie "llawkes Bay Tribune":— A ton of Hour in England of 2,240 lbu., or eight sacks of 2801bs, will pro | duiv (in an average between 1300 and i l l'IO loaves of 21b woiglit. Bakers in England weigh off dough nt 21b Sob, or 211) 1 oxh., tlio oxtra ounces allow ing for evaporation in baking. Water, salt, potatooa and yeast arc added to tlio Hour to fennont and make dough. An average of 1,350 loavos from a ton of Hour at Cd per 21b loaf, is £32/5/10. With flour at £16 per ton, comment i is superfluous. Fifty-four bushels J wheat produco 2,2401bs lour, namely, | one ton Engtish woight. Offal pays cost of inilling.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHEEP AND CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 24 March 1915

SHEEP AND CATTLE. .V tost wns made at C'oclclo I'lirli, . .orthumberlanil, of the rolativo profits | to bo gained by grazing sheop alone, or glazing sheep and cattle mixed. The experiment seems to have omlod con clusively ia favor of mixed grazing. Tlio livo-woight gain of tho sheep pur aero wan 115 lb., and of cattle and sheep por aero 21,'i 11). The difference in money would bo loan marked, as mutton bringH a higher prico per pound than boofj but Btill thore is a substan tial margin in favor of mixed grazing. Tim ollicial report statos that when the pasture in grazed with shcop only, ; rough and benly horbago in dovelopod, owing to the sheep grazing the liner grasses only, and theso vory closely. The cattlc, on tho othor iwiud, aro more even moworH, and do not graze no closely. Tho replacing of half the number of shocp with tho equivalent of cattle—one to llvo or six sheop—is thus moro profitable than grazing sheop I alone, and it helps the pasture and pro vides the Hlieep with mo...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 24 March 1915

| SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. 1 Somoono lias made tho remark that the three virtuos of plant fertility are nitrogen, potash, and phosphoric acid. ' and that tlio greatest of these is pho.v-' : pliorie nciil. Certainly it may bo said I that phosphate of lime is tno most | vital constituent in tho formation and | nourishment ol life in both animals and plants. "The sigiiilicauce and import ! anco of pho.sphato in tho vital process I is obvious, n.s this ingredient is never failing :n all the organised structures of tlic body," wrote Liobig. "No phos phate, no lite," is n pliraso which turns up its absolutely essential character. Ami if phosphate of limo is necessary for mankind and animals, it is equally so for plants, from which animals draw their supplies. "No seed suitably to become r«l for man or animals can be foi'.V'in any plant without the presence and co-opora tion ol phosphate of lime ; a field in which phosphate of linn.' is absent is totally incapable ol producing nourishment,"...

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 — 24 March 1915

Stone JarsStraw Color from Age BOLS GIN ' PURR AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHES c?.V£S! 335 YEARS. MAGNIER'S Pure French Grape "/BRANDY Cognac The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh Founded I77&. Stewart's Whisky A STRAIGHT TIP " DRINK STEWARTS ! FIVE KULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfeet your ideaH, Experiment. The world is ea^er for scuiethinR new, which, however MiupV' :t rnuv lio, will w.vo labor, or «xponxo, or do' tiling hotter. Let it he mure convenient. ur promote pleanurn reduce r,aate. Peoplo .who ha/idle things in t'very day nso are the na'iiir.il iuventorn o better things. and the natural capitalist* ■ if to-morrow. Road the fiplon.lid advice that Ldi&on gives. Learn !hc procedure ab to pa tenting in the chief countries.—then vjoure your own legal monopoly for voiir rip;hi.'- I>v a pp.t-cntee. 2. If thai workman or foreman, or your inaenioiiH "nend has produced a clover invention ;-nt him on the track of famous and wealthy iuvonborw. M...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOIL FERTILITY AND CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 24 March 1915

SOIL FERTILITY AND CULTIVA TION. "Jf vniii anil i'ruitleHH in the yourly toil, W'u ought to blame tho eulturo—not tlio soil.'1' Fertility may bo abuudaut in the soil and yet by not available for tho plants. Fertility is often bound up /irmly in hard clods, which tho roots of growing crops cannot outer, and ao re cover tin; plant food that may bo with in „aK.- reach. fSoiJti are forme:! by tho disintegration of rocks, and by the de velopment. of fertilising elements inci dent to the growili and decay of vege tation. Fertility haw to bo developed in viirioiih ways. Alternate rain and sunshine, the heat of summer, and tho frosts of winter, ploughing and harrow ing the soil, working it over and over again, in connection with the applica tion of stable manure and commercial fertilisers, are all effectual means of developing available fertility. Wo know now, thanks to the discovorios in chemical science, that it rests with tho individual to prevent tin. impoverish incut of tile soil—simil...

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 — 31 March 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age BOLS GIN wvm ANB VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 385 TEARS. MAGNIER'S Pure French Grape "BRANDY Cognac The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh Founded 1779. Stewart's Whisky A STRAIGHT TIP " DRINK STEWARTS I " FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate And porfoct your ideas. Experiment. The world is oagor foi something new, which, however simple it may be, will save labor, or exporuKi, or do tilings better. Lot it be moro convenient, or promote plon.suro—reduce A-aato. People who handle things in every day use are tbo natural inventors of better things, nnd the natural cApitalista of to-morrow. IU'ad ti> i sploirlid advice that Edison gives. Learn !ho procedure as to pa tenting iu tho .-Idef countries,—then .secure your own legal monopoly for your rificht.'i by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious vriend Iias produced o clovor invention put him on tho track of famous ;md wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Town-o...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOAD EVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 31 March 1915

LOAD EVEN. In loading a waggon place tho load oyenly over the front and liiud wheols. If any (liircrenco is niado it should bo on tho hind wheels. They aro larger and honco do not sink in as deep as tho smaller front -wheels. Tho fact that tho load is farther from tho loam does not increaso the draft 011 tho wag gon. When the team is hitched to something dragging on the ground then the nearer tho team is to tho load tho lighter tho pull. This is duo to tho fact that tho noarer tho team is tho moro tho pull will bo upward, thus helping to roduco the friction between tho load and tho around.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SEA TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 31 March 1915

THE SEA THADK How far is possible for Germany to alfoct our oversea trade is to many a debatable point. There is, however, littlo causo to fear that any serious damage will be done, it is very notice able that where a ship happens to be protected or armed with a few guns it is generally left severely alono by the enemy's submarines. The Hast Coast oil .England is peculiarly liablo to attack by reason of its open shores, and hero, for the most part, the damage is being done. Jt is only necessary for the British Fleet to blockado the Straits of Dover, and screen the North of Scotland, and there would bo no chance; but an occasional one for any enemy craft to get out. Up to this, this has not been done, and tho open route is being utilised by the German boats of destruction. The pinch of hunger is being severely felt in Germany, and there will bo more hunger within tho next few months. Tho desperate at tempts being made to deprivo England ot! tho advantage of oversea tradu are only the...

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 — 31 March 1915

MELBOURNE LETTER ii'rom our Special Corrospond^il.) Rome suburban braJK'lien (it' the Aus li-uliaii Women's National League are arranging public moetings to stimulate recruiting, but it would .seen) to bo wasted effort. They are very much in earnest about it. Tlioy got good speakers to deliver rousing addresses; they arrange nico programmes of patriotic music, and tliov got together attendances that fill the halls But the people who composts those attendances are not the right sort. Tlioy are emin ently respectable ladies ami gentlemen, | but in the first place they do not need impassioned eloquenco to convince thorn of tho need i'or more mon for the front, and iu the sccond tlioy are abso lutely inoligiblo for. active scrvicc. Homo of the ladies bring their knitting and are stirred to dropping a f"w stitches, perhaps, l)y tho thrilling ap peals to patriotism.Everybody■ waxos enthusiastic, applauds to tho echo and sings the National Antliom with fer vor. But at tho ond of it all, to...

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 XLIV. RUINED AND DESPERATE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 31 March 1915

— — THE MASTER PASSION. (By Lillian Ellerton). OHAJ.'mt XL1V. ltOlNED AND DESi'EHATE. Thy roar of thousands of voicos eur ried tho namo of tho winner far over Goodwood Hoath, and the Marquis oi Bolgrave know that ho was ruined. JIo mutterod a curse, drow his hut down oyer bis oye't, and made lor his luck less jockey. ' Tho bystanders could not }i«ar what ho said, but no ono wished to stao.d in tho boy's shoos. 'llien link ing his arm in Wnvorley's, lie strolled up to tlib ducal carriage, and received 1ho condolenctw of the ladies "Novor mind, Lord lfelgrave, fa id one, whose beauty had become ;l h.v •.vord; "bud luck on the turl, K""'1 luck in lov«. 1 pity tho woman »>>o tries to resist you." A gleam shot from h'.i eyes, l»"t bo bowed gravely, and hoped that Lady Gladys would give tho prize in the con solation stakes. "Ask me tonight wlien they are playing 'mon Amour,' ' she rnswered with a. fascinating smile. And as he tnmcd away, ho kn'fw that it be lis tened to lovo that ni...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR INDUSTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 31 March 1915

OUR INDUSTRIES. By the Commonwealth Minister of Customs' roturns for the last financial year, the tidy sum of £31,810/8/-' was paid out in • the ahapo of bounties to; manufacturers in Australia. /Tho idea is of courso to encourago Australian in dustries. The bulk of, this amount lias been secured by O. uud C. Iioskius, Ltd., of Lithgow, K.8.W., who receiv ed £-10,120/18/7 for the manufacture of pig iron made from Australian ore. ^7,135/13/2 was paid to the suine en terprising • lirm for making stool from the pig-iron. Lysaght Bros. and Co. Ltd., Sydney, received the remaining £1,li5y/lli/u for. (ho manufacture of wire-notting from Uritish wire. In con junction with the idea of encourage ment, but under a different heading, tho sum of £13,075/-l/7 was divided among 88 participants, among whom wero: F. \V. Hughes, Ltd., of Botany, who wore paid £0,053/17/3 i'or wooi lops, and AVhidden Bros., Ltd., Botany, £3,022 •t/11 for the same. Sixteen persons re ceived £313/17/3 on tobacco leaf, ...

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 — 31 March 1915

NOTICE. £JOPIES of the "Crossy stij3 Liamore Pioneer " may bo •attained at S. H. MASON'S General Store, Creasy. F. PHILLIPS, FAMILY BUTCHERS, DTJ VERNEY-STREET, CR5338Y PRIME BEEF. MUTTON. LAMB, PORK 171X7. All Order* Proroptl* Attended To. fVmiV 7?rpp!ied with" Meal of Cn«t o f.v »t prfoM. Th« r -jf Tonr oatrondfi* r»«p«*V ■ fnlly Ro1Wt«d. H. & a. MOWAT, GENERAL CARRIERS AMD FORWAltDINO AGENTS, Near Railway Station; Cressy. HAVING purchased ' the Gfinernl Carrvinfr- and Forwarding Busi ness from Mr. H. C?. Padgett we trust that by careful, attention to customers to receive the samo liberal oupport accorded our predecessor'."' ' Deliveries to all parts of the district. Wood and coal in any quantity. Charges reasonable. Atrentfl for .ToTin Bannisteir and Sour, forwarding agc-nta, and Edwards' Tea Company. GET YOUR FRUIT AND VEGETABLES FROM J. GANGELL, FROITBRER & GREENGROCE&, DUVERNEY-8TREET. Th« Beit oi Everytlwnn Kept.' Fresh Supply Daily Ohoioo Confeotioner...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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THE MAN WHO THOUGHT FARMING WAS EASY. BEING A FABLE FOUNDED ON FACT AND CONTAINING A GOOD DEAL OF TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 31 March 1915

THE MAM WHO THOUGHT FARM ING WAS EASY. it KING) A FAULK FOUND till ON FACT ANH CONTAIN I NO A GOOD IJKAJj Ot'' TliL'TII. I.'iy Joseph \V. Fox. Once upon a Unit! there was a man who had made n lot in' money in tlit; hotel business, but lie was afflicted witli that curiourj mental disorder pre vnient among mun— and lo a smaller extent, among women—wliii:li consists of believing that LJio grass in another'« pasture is tailor, swoe'er, -.ml ,r„ easily obtained than joi.i ohu^ J his man remembered the transients who had ai ling him, the wait era, with their grievances; the chambermaids, with their sundry nornpJai nt:i; he Uiought of tlit; cook, always on the de fence; the bell boy, always with a tailor-made excuse; thy night clerk and elevator boy, always desiring a raise, and his wily, always wanting change, or tJioat.ru tickets, or new fiir», or a new gown, etc. UK IONVIES THE FAILUEii'S J5ARY MONEY.. •lie thought of tho. farmer's merrily cackling hen, wWcff laid .200 eggs n year and w...

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