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PERUVIAN ANTIQUITIES. ("The Queen.") [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 31 March 1915

JPEKUV1AN ANTIQUITIES. ("The Quoen.") Men com«a and g*>ea. it ie one fit' tiio humhties of humanity that oalj *•' t*w races and individual* leave any W.ting momoric* behind them." Tlx works of thoir bands, too, di» tin m. * But; this w not always so. In i\:ni, wo come tipoa traces of vaw civilisation of high order, of which «'e have no actual knowledge, nave for some sculptured walls we ax© un able to decipher, apd marpelloUa ruins <11 stone buildings wonderfully con structed. Wo.hare to content our selves with mere tradiioua few and far between. ■ History points to 11 .Mongolian typo, swept away by the liicas, and supplanted by them before , fclio birth of C^liiist. But these early i remains of an extinct peoplo arc ol unrivalled interest- Wo have, how ever, some pre-Inca relics testifying to culture and at rang artistic tendencies and souie of tho toxiles belonging to, the prc-Inca period, as well as to the work of tho great Inca area, have been ; Siandcd down in rar...

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

A NEW COW PRODUCT. tt.'iys an American exchange:— " No icsi.ity is tin; mother of invention," and the present unpleasantness in | Knropo in emphasising the (rutli of (hi: old Htiyinjj, (Juinel's hair brushe.1! are used by paintorrf and tiro indispensable 1 u thorn, bill it happens Dint llii'nn liru«licn have fur centuries been made in (Jermany. With tlm .supply cut. oil' •jno dottier set about to find a sitbsti liilo mill, .sure enough, ho fonml it in U'O !• "C r'MV-f, 'I'!"' ! itiMlioau jijiiJ other qualities of this hair, it is said, is even iniprovomont on camel's hair, so that Kuropeans can ltoop on :ind our painters can kcop tip their art, thanks to the. cow. A Mrit.ifih Mild if')' who had his fnco terribly dislinured l>.v German shrap nel in tho neighborhood of Ypres is allogod to lmvo clicotiully nBsurod nil inquiring.frioml: "Oh. I'm ft riohfc. c>x copi that I cniina' whussol." rt. - •' I

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

FOXHO.W. Sines the establishment of the Good Templar's Lodge at Fox how flhint a couple of years a<?o. Bro. W. J. Yourn Ms occunied the option of Deputy Grand Chief Templar for the lodo-e, re presenting it at the Grand Lodge session last year, and nt prf"*°nt being the Grand Chaplain of Vic toria. This year's Grand Lodge session meets in Mdhourn" on Good Friday, nnd Bro. W. .T. Yourn will again represent the Foxhow lodce. O'vintr to th^ parly removal of Bro. Yourn to Yarra Junction, the members of the Foxhow lodge, with their friends, toorather with a fair number of visitors from Cressy and Lismore, held a valedictory pneia! on Thursday last. Dun'nr the course of the evenii*><? Sister Mrs Brown, the Chief Templar presented Bro. Yourn with a kit bag and driving crloves as an evi denee of their appreciation. In making the presentation Sister Brown esu'd that they were in debted to the rprtinient for fhp help rpnd^rod fchejr lodfrp and for the adyfcp hp had boe...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POULTRY NOTES. INTRODUCTION OF PURE BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 31 March 1915

POULTRY NOTES. I INTRODUCTION Ol-' l'UKJS BLOOD. I It is a mistake to put nowly-pux chascd IjinlH immediately on their ar rival with other stock. Keep tho newly-purchased birds by themselves for a day or so to see if liny contagious disease breaks Out. Hir-In displaying unnatural breathing may ijo considered as affected with Homo ailment. I'b amino carefully tho iimido of tho bird's mouth, also oyes and nostrils for signs of roup. The mouth of a healthy bird should . Ijo clcan and wholesome: The broatU of a. hea.lt,by bird should not nnioli in tho least degrco. The excreta of all purehaBod birda should bo noticod. 11' exceedingly white auspect kidney disease; if greenish or yellowish then liver ilinea.se—minor and advancod re spectively. The comb, too, denotes the health of a bird. When it is white or dark some thing in up. Though there must bo uoinc caro taken in introducing fresh blood, yot it h.'';: to be done to keen up the vigor of the .slock; but the (low of now blood for that...

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

METHODIST CHURCH. QUARTERLY MEETING. The quarterly meeting of the officials of the Cressy and Lis more Home Mission station was held in the Cressy church on Saturday. March 27th. # Mr W. J. Yourn, missionary in charge, presided, and the follow ingrepresentatives were present: —Messrs G. Knight, H Arstall. S. F. L^igh, A. M'D»nalr! (Cressy) ; J.. H. Gazzard. J Dunstan (Lismore) ; W. Danc R. Grills, R. W. Grills, P. and R Iiowell (Werneth). The membership showed an ! increase, and the financial return proved satisfactory. Mr L. L Lovell was apminted circuit secretary for the Centen nary movement in place of Mr Yourr., resigned. Mr J. Bustard was appointed local secretary for Lismore. Permission was granted to th" Cressy church, also to the Li= more Sunday school, to hav their anniversary efforts durin^ the coming quarter, and to havr the Sunday's collections. Mr H J. Inglis was thanked for the help given as a worker i>~ the station during the year tha' he was here, and the hope ex ...

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

KANGAROO BUTTER. Tho Pacific rural press says:—Kan garoo buUur, uh Ihu Australian ami Now Zealand product ban como to bo known to the California!) trade, lias playod lnivoc with buttor pricos horo during tho past your. i r Two yoara ago ivc talked of thiH now factor, witli somo alarm it in truo, but mostly it was viewed aa a new condi tion. which our Anioriean aggression would ovorcomo in a satisfactory man nor. Now, liowovor, wo realise that tho tutoring of this competition in gradually, undormining tho foundation of our entire dairy structure by lowor ing tho price of our butter markets to a lovel with countries enjoying cheaper land, iutorest rates, labor, cows, and lastly, more thorough organisation of tho dairy interests. Those who are perfectly frank in tho matter admit that the only weapon which wo can hope to Miccessfnlly use in combating this issue is quality, which in itii last analysis means bettor methods in handling both by the pro ducer and manufacturer. To establish t...

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

| BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. We understand the fortnightly subscriptions to this fund are coming in very freely, and no doubt Cresay will make a good total at the finish. Various conjectures are made as to the form of the "Rooster Picnic" contemplated by the young lads of the community in aid ot this fund. We have been let into a few secrets, and there is no uoubt but that a first class evening is in store for all who will go. It will be a unique en tertainment in every way. Fun, frolic and enjoyment of such a character as to make one feel like Oliver Twist, and want "some more." Rumors of roos ters, bantams, goose step, poul try pie, eggs-traordinary items, etc., all make one think it is going to be a fowl proceeding. Takes nlace in mechanics' hall on Wedne-sday. April 28th, so please keep the date open. Even now som? distinguished visitors have promised to attend.

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 — 31 March 1915

FOR WOMEN .By "Ambreaiire.") Ero the cold season has bogun, wo havo already tired of tho nil-black vel vet hat that descendod 011 our now aea son 'a dress show in countless thoas amis. Tho woman who dims at distinc tion in dress, will not wear tho black volvel hat, and the smart milliners arc busy imparting touches of colour to their headgear for her ehoicc. Suc cessfully achieved was this aim by a hat artist, who lately showed a delight ful hat of kingfisher bhto brocade shot with silver, tho brim bordered with skunk, and black velvot onds caught down by exquisite roses in faded tints. Smart dashes of colour are introduced on to velvet toques by means of long J pointed wings, covered with iridescent enamel varnish in bright tones of green, purple, or gold. Tw\ wings riossed in l'n>nt of the hat crown is one.mode. o£ trimming, but jauutior far, is the single wing act rakishly on ono side. Charming are little hats of col oured velvot. with jolly-bag crown and narrow brim, banded r...

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 — 31 March 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST4 ! ? (By "JluBticuB.") It is impossible to taku too grave u viow of tho parlous condition to -which | tho country has bocn roducod by the doplotion of tho supplies of fodder. Tho threatened action of the Now South- Walofl Government to forbid the export of fodder over tho bordor of that Stdto has filled tho stockowner witli -approhonsiou, for tlioro is quito insufficient Victorian chaff or Iucerno left to carry 011 the whole of tho do maud.' Tho position of fodder supplies is 'J! Very serious ono, and without hop ing to, ijillato tho prices already fabu lous it 'should bo facod squarely. In tho first placo tho supply of Alctorian oats is as nearly oxhausted as it hns been for many years paHt, and Tas mania ha« cold the most of its crop to Victoria, New South Wales, and Mouth Australia, having little surplus left for sale. Tho next source of supply is- New Zealand, which, with a crop estimated at 10 million bushels us compared with tho 11 millions of laBt seasou, li...

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

INTENSE CULTURE A LA BEL GIUM. It iH very interesting to learu of the magnificent spirit of the .Belgian ro fugoos in England. who have decided, out of gratitude to Kngiaud, to reveal tho system and methods adopted ii. Lii-,1 gium to grow ns many as live crops a year. The idea lias been HuggOBted by tho Queen of Belgium, and experts are being permitted to show the Britishers how to do tho work. The experiment is not a costly one, ami it will provide the wonderful little Belgian people with einploymout until they can return to thoir own country. Naturally enough, the Belgian authorities are not auxiotn to establish their people, or in such a way, as to prevent their return. This then gives them the opportunity for a successful onterprpise that will not rob Kngiaud, or prevent a return at any timo when the ,var is over. The Bel gian Government, has approved of the scheme, and some of the most influen tial people of Kngiaud are acting as a committee, or what is termed a non profit soci...

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

AFFORESTATION. The perennial subject of forestry ib over with us, and demands our atten tion. Soveral of our prominent and vigorous societies are pushing thu mat ter with some show of earnestness, and the occasion warrants the push. Yot it seems strange that such an important industry as timber growing should liavo been so long ncglocted. True, tlioro is not a (juiek return for the labor ex pended in planting timber trees; but ha is only a one-eyod man, who,' having thu land exactly suitablo, and probably lit for little clso, has no ambition to provido a first-rato harvest for those who are to como aftor him. Commer cially, as we liavo already pointed out, wo aro losing many thousands of pounds annually by not growing our own wattlo bark. Africa bids fair to outdo Australia, and is already sua. ceeding in this respect. Wattles grow in a very tow years to a stage when thoy can bo stripped, and a succession of planting will ensuro a continuous harvest and a prolitablo one. Encour agem...

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

ABOri. 3WOBS. | "hcra'a noining ho rrsmping a* if | act. Ho as ranch at bciuo in a Weil | JM'iisingtqn lodgjug hoi:»» aa iu u May. I tair drawiug-room. Co everywhere | nee everything, know evury one. Thoro'i I uobody ao small as to Do beuouth jroui | uotice, uobody bo' great ao to bo bdov< t -t. At-the Sttuie time, however ex | lilted your acquaintance, never br i U':n[jtod to congratulate yourself ttlw.it | tauiu, SnnhhiuUno«5F Zn? r.icro th;ii t superstition, is tie religion ot' went | nun,la. -It is even worst tlmii that I it id hopelessly middle-class. Triv. I with equal caution the unii who be i Kins a sentence, " The laBt time J I was at Haudringhatn," tho minister ol | tue Gospel who is: always talking | about Qod in. ordinary conversation I nud the lingor who says, "When I £ w:is at Covent Gardens. They art I *11 anob«t The Binge* is the worst | I 'ii' the three, of . course, because tho I. iliiugs and peoplo he is snobbish about | «rn not. necessarily groat at Al...

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

True to Life. The manager of the bnnlc was-1 (load. Wo id h;nl just been r<;ceive(! over the. telephone. it was hIioi'Ha after bu.sines.s hours. und as if b\ common consent ull (bo employe* gathered together in a little group "I i'eel as thouuh 1 had ln=r. .11 bro ther, " *aid i,he assistant miiiuiirer. "L shall never tret over it," stdde< the eaKhier. "It makes me .sick," whispered tin pavitiL'-uiit cashier. "It is very, very terrible." murmur ed the pnvinir-iji cashier. "I shall think about it till uicht,'' remarked the bookkooiwjr. "It's awful—awful!" said tlu clerks. There was 0. moment's uilcaee then the oflice-bov spoka. "I wouder who'll tret tUo job?" ut chirped. Everybody ithvb an involuntary start. Tho office-boy had boon v •:-reuderl

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

I - WErtNEIH. A moat enthusiastic patriot*# tally was held on Monlay e\re»* ing last by the resident of W0W neth and district in aii of tfetf Belgian Fund. The school TwTl waa packed to the 1mm, 2Q& people being present. fneliadBflr^ visitors from Cfolac, Cragsy aif£ Rokewood. Mr Jno. Stewart^ cupied the chair, an-! dui-insr evening songi and racitattfil# were rendered by the folIot*ffl»#' ladiea and gentleman-Mi®** damea Macdonald and J Misses Stanbrook. O^borrt#* Hawes, and Messrs Baird, Mttfo* Sydenham and Ross, The chief feature of the snjr was the stirring ad lrei» . livered by Mr Sydanhan. Colae. The speaker argeS tft& neceaaity of more recruit* {<tff the front He deplored th? fft' difference shown by the y<swt0 men of Australia in the present crisis. It was a matter of ing for our liberty, and instead of our volunteers numhwjrt# 50,000 they should 300,000 men to bear aiy ri«on at all with the tmmb&liP who have gone to the front fr...

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

THE LISMOBE RACES. The above races held last Sat urday was largely attended. Mr Martin Hickey officiated as judge and Mr John Clark as secretary. Results Trial Handicap.—Gold Ring 1, Miss Tryee 2, Miss Request 3, Novelty Pony Race.—Tango 1, GUerslie 2, Scoteh Jock 3. Distance Handicap Trot.—Va! 1, Pick Up 2. Lismore Picnic Handicap.— Lady Mana 1, Sustain 2. Gold Ring was the first to finish, but was disqualified for not having carried a penalty that it had In curred. Handicap Hack Race.—Orphan Lady 1, Scotch Joek 2. Ladies' Bracelet.—Akin* Poo 1, Miss Tryee 2, Eueambene 3. Consolation Handicap.—Eo cMxibene. Secretaries to clatw, convene** oI ■settings, and the like, at® invited to send any information of puMic iofcoreAfc to the editor. If there it • doubt tui to whether "it i» food enough" let him have the oppoftat ity of deciding for you, and dam't take it to heart if the deciaion i» *g«in»t you. He trie* to gitro BiV Jicity only to what ia of general in ter«ib. IW. ^snt local oorr...

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

wax Ojt nOiiiliTT. . The uuuual ine«mo of thy King Quceii ia said to bo £470,000, aud, in aiiaiuun to this, provision ia matle'fo; Vfao various mombom of t&o Toyai fam ily, no that tho total amouuta to some tiling approaching £600,000. The Kiua bIjo rocoirea . the revenues of the Duchy of Lancaster, which amount to £0-1,000 moro annua fly, ami the Prince ot' Wales receives tho ruveuuea of tUo Duchy of Cornwall, amounting to more I than £Si,0d0 Aaaually. Jn spite of this iiboittl >. provision, it isu't uocessarv tor tho King to pay iU'o insurance v.itli a view to providing for tho future Ui'iitUtiuuncu of the Queen should he b,i tho first to dio. The Parliament pro vides for that by a special grant to fall duo in the event of trie. Queen surviv big. It ia Also customary on tho mar r,ago Hi royal children lor tiio liritisl people to provide a dowry by Porlia nientury grant. U'lien King Georg. came to tho throne certain malcontent) in the Houbo of Commons suggests tiiat tho ...

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

BELGIAN RELIEF FUND, Mrs 3. Nelson'e Li at.—Mrs T. Nelson 423, Mr Robt. Nelson 10# dd, Mr T. Braffin 3.0s, Messrs X Harrison. Alex. Nelson, P. Nelson, B. M'Innes, and Mrs l«. Anderson 5s. Messrs Ryan. It M'Lennan, Thos. Nelson 2s 8& Dr. Wood's List.—Mr and Wlr& Bannister 10s 6d, Mr and Mrs E. Batterbury, Mrs Bown. D tr Wood lGs, Messrs W. J. Yourn'jr E. Prowse, E. Berry, E. Davis 5»«> Miss O.Bown 3s 6d, Messrs B> Willis, T. Johnson, T. Maher 8fr Messrs R. Little, J. Macdonaldy T. Rayne, C. H. Clifton 2* Misses K> McCarthy, M 'LsnriSBp. Taylor, Messrs E. Norris, A» Watts, T. Beardmore, T. Nelson*. E. Whytcross 2s. Miss Bown 1». Mrs J. Maedonald'a List —< Mr Sadler £1, Mr ChesterfleTiS. ill, Mef cr« Bftttenbury, Earles.C^. Klein. Dawkins. Leigh 10«< Ma**' dames Thornton. Trotman, MrBt Rom 5s, May Day Hospital 4s,Mrf£ Delahunt 2« 6d, Rev. Lawion,. Mesdames Gilchrist, M'Donald*- • Keilly 2s. .. Mrs Fraaer, 1 ewe 15s, Mr Vlv W. Pfere«. 1 cal...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 31 March 1915

WINTER SUITJUNUrS, , . . j If you have your SUIT or OVERCOAT made now, it will "be ready for the first cold day. I can Fit you well, and charge you Lower than the Travelling Tailor. Absolutely as good a Range to pick from as you can get anywhere. SUITS from 35s. upwards. Over Oie Hundred Pattern rmjii^ from 3 guineas to 4 guineas. ¥iy Go Elsewhere ? H J. RICHENS. Successor to W. R. 0. WilBon, HAIRDRESSER A TOBaCCONlSI Hall St., Cressy, op. Mason's Store. BEGS to announce that he has in Stock a large assortment of all tha 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 ^ No jolly-glad-to-get-out feeling with you. ^ CALL AND INSPECT. W. L. EDWARDS, BLACKSMITH & "WHEELWRIGHT DUVERNEY STREET, CRESSY. BEGS to thank the Dubli...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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A CURIOUS ERROR. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 31 March 1915

A CURIOUS ERROR. A ruiiu'.i-, error was rocontly mnilo li.V tin' London "Kvoning News." "Eye Witness" Imil a two column artielo' fiiviiiki uuuiiln of llio Iikii i ng in Bel gium and l"'raiioi'. Included in thev. Iottor was n 11:1 rrntivo found upon a Gorman pi'iiiunor. 'J'liis was indented an 0111 in' no moro tlian tlio nurrntivo. i Hut 1:nfo 1 LunaLoly tlio indentation was 110111i!■ m■ 11 longer tlian was necessary, I and it la11:0 pin t of the liurrutivo con cerning Llio Allied troops was made to appear a.s extracted from the German letter. Ho 1,'uat " Evening News" rea ders must have boon puzzled 011 roading sucli news as this: "Tlio feeling of our cyclists tnuy Ijo imagined whon, on cau tiously approaching a town, suspecting an ambush at ovory turn, they nro mot by a throng of citizons of both sexos who Icrs tlicrr, effusively. .magine tlio Belgian villagers welcoming "nd kissing tho Gorman cyclists 1 Tho er ror was discovered, and correctcd in, later editions." Mother"So you en...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 31 March 1915

The Weering riding paya Jg(38 3s 4d annually towards the up keep of the botanical gardens at Colae, while the Colac riding pays only £34 3a 2d. The Colae ratepayers can visit the gardens every day if they wish without being charged for the privilege, but if the ratepayers from this £nd visit the capital town on a regatta day they have to ante up a shilling before they can enter the gates,. Peculiar 1 Very ndAiiHof f r* w*-* - Mrs Maedonald, hon. sec. of the Creasy District Ladies' Bel gian Relief Fund, acknowledges the receipt of the following do nations in aid of the starving Belgian babiesMrs D. M'ln nes, 2a 0d; Mrs Johnetoo, 29 : Mrs Hucker, Mr W- King, 6 ting of milk; Mrs A. Nelson, 2s 6d j Mrs W. W. Pierce, 4s 0d; Mrs MetheraU, fl tins of milk; Mrs Franc, 6 tins of milk. Among: the students of St, Patrick's College, Ballarat, who were successful at the recent public examinations, is Master OhsrHd Bo^s# son o? tlis proprietress of the Frenchman's Inn, Creasy. H® passed In the fu...

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