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THE CALENDAR FOR WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 14 April 1915

1 THE CALENtiklT TOR' \j/EICHT8 1 . AND tyEASUfl.ES. - : : - In order t o Uii 1 ittfW'qviicIt"divisron of" lPcipi.s, commit,to ^iieipouy, oj; fick.irp. ov*r y(j*ir".:kit&nfeii'tabli', the fclloiviu^ eaUndar for^ r-anSl1 i measure's. ICn<jtriii£ what, orffiT^mcnsuronient wojglu, boliJu-Miat^watljcUo uUh^riiTpoa:— tW cupful is Ono CTii>ful'"M-flour "vvciglis'iour oujcea mid uiea«urcSs«ixt.eecu-^!?v<}t,tabltofepoons1' fBi. ■ ' V * ■ o£. buttif wKfelis •eigni c»s imd is sixteen,level .iabUispoonrfuJi' Sugar is tho: Banie' ns'tfuller'. , Ton /jicrlimn-sizod' ogHSFuvtjjjli .A poiim! Oiio tabk'spoonfiil is^ail. ouncci yffcom mon l|g;ii;lK.;V: One' U-vcl /Uiblcs^o.Qnfyl.pf-JljOUlr is.;A quarter of «'u ounce'. , Oii« tablespoojifyj • of/■flugar. 'Ia: llilf on "UIICO. ' ' ' — , ' . . , -i-i »'*T •. ' OntiHiiblcEpooufiil of butter ig lmlf an oHiiw;....- ~ ;»5 1< ''.'r'•1 Uud dosscrtepoon is a ii.ilf, ioblc'spoou fui. "'*• ."'our _ lovoi teaspoousfqV ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 14 April 1915

POULTRY NOTES. 'Ih«r«' m ii'i ['I.v. M. .1'. ru:in. inj£ or An A:i;'t.'-liu irit«-r Wjr tris til full.-/ .»;iv . t}« n r I:. ■ »nv to liuti^rnuc -< iiMili.'c an • c-ftit.iin.t a ro*Ktt*»r m .t pr;»»: !m;i ii •U3C unil'ir it it"ii .m«! -<t!.h tii»- . in.-k ; fat abnilS a yur , it tr. ri.>t., r. ■..< -t j fWMtor; if it iiij.t ••&£*. i'. .. .i ;.n|>r. j. ! StiiQT * inna haj> t.<:i- .! n >. | fortumt tor tl)« th.j-. «•» t<> tmak* id out of in.', first M.111? I viililt gtuiito ar>' tiuttvr Uiim 'in.- '>(£ j pr»i4ft. •"{w«'ii«ll - *ItfMi inl ».i t j tstew bi)t nn». j ^U> mufctur bow iiiitviMiuio ih ben if. L «e bow miuiii of » put, it- *h« nut !. pr<»Jiu»» nnuut^i o^gat u> viniit * ipioO, fauihtuneiat pmiifc, -&» thnuUl- b» i|jt* , i» Btt !&<> t«ir tlu- p»JulVr*. > maa cntv alfurU to ltt*iy Ih-hi» at a tbwr. !'«W whan the* tn.it 4 !itsi» iuor» than | pat* f...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WESTERN PLAINS FAR. MERS' CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY. LIMITED. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 14 April 1915

! THE WESTERN PLAINS FAR HERS' CO-OPERATIVE SOC3STT, LIMITED. ANNUAL M SITING. The annua) meeting of «har«> ,holdera in the above itelety was htld last Friday in the CreMy j mechanics' hall. Between 4b and 50 persona were preient. Mr W. W. Pierce, chairman of 4ireetors, filled the chair. The following report and baten<*-ih«t WM tread and adopted DihectoMV Rbpom. Gentlemen,—Your director In submitting the annexed balance sheet of the arciety for term ended June 30th, 1914 (in accor dance with resolution carried -at last annual meeting substituting the above date In lieu of Oct. 31st) desire to expreaa their re gret at the delay in Issuing sama, Thia has arigen through no fault of your directors, who pur pose explaining tha circumstan ces of the delay in a apecial re port to be put before you at the annual meeting, and in which special reference will be made to the various changes In the ataff since the last meeting, and tou are specially requested to attend the meeting ...

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 — 14 April 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age BOLS GIN PWSR AN» VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISH?.* CIVER 385 TEAKS. MAGNIER'S Pure French Grape "/BRANDY Cognac The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh Founded 1779. * Stewart's Whisky A STRAIGHT TIP " DRINK STEWARTS ! " FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Oultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager foi something now. which, however simple :t may be, will save labor, or expanse, or do things better. Lot it be moro convenient, or promote pleasure—reduce waste. People who handle thiols in every day use are tho natural in von tors of better things, and the natural capitalists of to-morrow. Rood the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn fho procedure an to pit tenting in -the ohief countries,—then seoure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. It that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention j»ut him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Townaend, an ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECORD TURNOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 14 April 1915

RECORD TURNOVER. V.'fjat :i htJiC'- tv/.v/v;- t"f •••> op ••r.itwn. a< »<. ru« • isi.rytn;; iii :'i„- 'iri'.u i< t':irfii-r . in tl: .*»« n.jiin-:o:r.'.*K '■ N <>r*h < '«>:» i' Co o;,iTati*. t (Jontumr., ;'u liva'ii|u;»rt':f i ut Bvrua I5u/. <S.«r;u^ th-' t>>»j!ith ■»f De "•'iiihi.T '. IIH V ■ turnt"! c.it ' lj-; ''Uuriitouj ■ ty ni l.'i'jii out n'i »i a iK't mint! to tli-: ptu-lu'ierj vt :ilnioif. : HiiMijiuii. 'I'hU utau-is not ontjr aa 'x i out 1-iHiij.aitv t'nf Australia, but I (ai- ttt»» «vnrM. The •m'tiytku? pui>t ii* pujt ivfflbo nft f«»* >tha.a | JSi-ttyiW.tun say Uiuu6&* Ail tHi:* it waith | »i» (rani a tiuute>ua£M«(2: smato ; Mwtinui tti «>juutt? ia Biahinaiiii aoii < Twe««l wiuak. to b * nit umona I vat fcjlty a»<t ui wUiuh tiwsu [ war.vt utSxut prunuiwae bufcsuir fas I h»d«ra aynntiug, I# » gruimbfa thai | UW bvf'Mwbtt piiv.t ui Ubt [ whu&i i...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MODERN GERMANY AND THE GERMANS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 14 April 1915

modern c^rmawy ,anp t^e germans. ' Prof«Mor Munstcrbssrg rontribute* t<i tha .'.'North, Aui«fio5ni; Kc71uw ° eliiracterittip essay. oi>_ Germany m To-day'.,T-•• •• Tha Gurmnno,. say» tbtf;ProXo«aor, ow» thoir''ioduitrml prosperity : :(1) 'to frugality-, -tJarift, •• u hatred ot »ist«; (2) to n natural spirit of opy°r* irm; ({)> khfffii&irn" dbliglA in' indus trious activity. The- Gormapr.lovts hi« iiinu»eni6nis in his loi«ur« ho^r«(aud 0*11 bo liappy with ityost:" &aJ*d • pk'u wr«, But ho knowi that work i* work, and tha^.it should bp-dou«'*ittt tho be»t efforts of tb« wWdlA'jjiar^Bonal ity. But besidw ,nll tW«Ss*'tliiiU£», «»• Professor poiu t», oij.t» how muolK the-Gnr '*'•» fj«Bt«..thj»t ho, tliinlii fir« of-•'th»/'canlmunit> ".mWL »pcp,tfdlj th» fihlli'l'cJ'u&l. • •' , Kor hinf thb-Uinal nov*er tho i» liTidu#ri hi'j. aiiaJ»;.the;Uf<f-iapc}: pro grew of tho' pamruiiulty,, oof.»3/a j^ero s<immatic)ti;>af %j'llicm...

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 — 14 April 1915

FOR WOMEN ?,>• "Ambroain-o.") Alarming indeed is tho news that comes to us from abroad of tho re treat of our .skills (writes the Adelaide "Observer's" contributor, "Lady Kitty"'). Imagine a woman of forty wearing a skirt that is f inches from tlio ground. Yet it is being done in highest fashion circles at the present tiino. Such a display of foot ;ui<l ankle was, of course, bound to bring an upheaval in boot and shoe fashions in its train. And what 011 earth do you think lias happenedp Leaders of the mode have boldly borrowed lrojn our Russiau ally, his baggy, wrinkled boot, with which to stop down Bond Street, or the fashionable paths of Hyde Park, and astonish all beholders. 'Ihis is a fact. Moreover, these bouts—high and all wrinkled at the ankle—are made in tho softest colored kid, so'that the .Russian boot is chosen to match tho costume. One pair of such boots, at least, is in Melbourne, carefully en shrouded in a bopt hag, and placed in the darkest corner of the...

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 — 14 April 1915

v.. ■ njetmaarMr-1 WIN 1ER SUITINGS. If yon b&te your SUIT or OVEBCOAT sudd ww, be ready for the first cold day, I can Fit yoa-woll, and charge yon Lower than tha trailing Tailor. Absolutely aa goo4 ft R*sg*> to pick from- M you can £tl anywhere. 8TJITS from 35s. upwards. Oyer One Kix.xcii 1'Attorcu rioting frozs 0 £S5ob*I ft) A guineas. "Why Go Elsewhere ? S^o0jf, J. RICHENS, Successor to W. R. 0. Wilson, HAIRDRESSER 6 TOBACCONIST, St., Cressy, op. Mason's Store. ^JOiiGS to announce that he has in Stock a large assortment 6§ all JjL> she Jeading brands of Tobacco, Cigaw, Cigarettes), &c„ &c. Pipes »o endless variety. Cigarette and Cigar Holders, Tobacco Pouches, &t\ IfifeirSjeg. Chains and Guards, while anything in the Jewellery Hoe obtained on the shortest possible notice. „ . 3?o any-lio-to-got-you-in policy with me, and :3Pir Sis jolly-glad-to-get-out feeling with you. CALL AND INSPECT. W. L. EDWARDS, ^BLACKSMITH & WHEELWRIGHT DUVERN...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NO TIME FOR POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 14 April 1915

1 NO TIME FOR POLITICS. Dorothy parried a young !I4.1P.M ' " (Ilili ii a mere loye-suiij;),, % .1, And djiki't 'curb 'wliother-hi' Wat1,' 'ali,i£i©'f A liberal dm Tor-.1. '!f» • limy Kalved'the laliore of life, an'd still Aro,*ifce,.j.U;tt world of. i'olly;* * f"; AMula'John if) .carrying his littteIJill, alie'^nursiinj her U'tele'Mtilly t-' 1 ('" 'lii>ir« 'lilwivf&'ftrb tiiik'B at lioiuo fpr hor, And ejfo ffdty never;. Tor^vtbteta'; '; 'lliuro are laws to Ijo wada at \yostinin ater, *"'» ! ' And pies to be made at Strcatham, bo, much, too pQuti or«**ifo'u-t} i'or other folks' work and .place, ..• Slio can't spare t'iM'eff&t imiriBi«Lf aboul And smacking 1 .lo!iu'» party ij .scijrcbly ».'fo(utrtio£ fun.' With it a eimou and atrjfei mid tftine hafea,- ) Oft W Uut he» ia mofst,ly,» m6nx-(jnoti-,;., ■ iliat 'Molly yivoa to' 'her play'tuatofl, And ihq.feqU, whon iho'ii'wutfkiiiy: the tood day through, ^ That'the ecoj>o that'»hes8aa'i< pleiixy li'« at nob...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MASTER PASSION CHAPTER XLI. [?]INNED AGAINST—NOT SINNING. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 14 April 1915

THE MASTER PASSION Jj Lillian KD^rton). OHAFfltfR XLI. dLNNED AGAlNSfl'— NOT SINNING. When Ida oponod her eyes, she be came conscious of two tiling#—Jin ex cruciating pain in her left urm and C'ih Deverel. How he camo to he tlicre fthe could not tell, but, overpowered by tho night, sho .shut her eyes again, and waited for events to speak for 'themw-'lvos. "Aro you bettor nowf1" said tlio voice which always had seemed to her the richest, the sweetest that had ever been given to ninn; "do you think you could sit in n cab if I carried you there't She noddod her head and tri< d to get up from tho oluur, hut her legs •eemod to belong to homebody else, and would not acknowledge her power of control. "A little moiw sal-volatilu would lie advisablesaid the chemist, into whose shop she had been taken; "and with your permission nr.idume, 1 will huiglit en tho sling." Sho was obedient as a child, letting ...them do whatovor tlioy thought best, hor mind fully occupied with the won de...

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. APRIL 14. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 14 April 1915

CUe pioneer. i CRE83T, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 14. A meeting of th« local pro fteia association will b« hold Id, thi nwehanies' hall on Saturday •teulig next. Business iropor tent. Mrs Mtedonald acknowledges the following donations in aid of the Belgian milk fundMm Knight, Lorna and Coutanc-S Knight, three tins; Mr Mether all, nine ting. Eight Hours' Art Union tick* eta for Bale at the "Pioneer" office. Price, one shilling. A concert and auction1 sale, to conclude with a dance, is a fix ture for Wednesday erening next In the Creasy mechanics' hall. Proceeds in aid of the Belgian Relief Fund. It i'b to be hoped that at the next Colac shire meeting that Instructions will b« given tohar^ lamps erected in the streets of (Jreaay. it snouia nave been done threa or four years ago. Creasy has been visited by a copious downpour of rain, com mencing with a thunderstorm on Friday afternoon. Since then welcome showers have fallen, t 95 pointB ha-ring been recorded | up to 9 o'clock thfs morning. The I...

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 — 14 April 1915

MELBOURNE LETTER fcVom our Sptoial Correspondent.) "Sweet ar« tbo uses of adversity-' wo are told, and plenty of tho people in the muU'opolis are just now in pot iocl agreement with tho writer who Buid bo—provided always that tho ad vuraity is suffered by the other follow. Tho adversity through which Belgium's millions hi« passing is sweet to a lot of good people who find in it an 111 ducomout to busy themselves in some of the many ways devised to help the sufferers. But it is particularly sweet in that it permits of the breach o' laws that are irksome. For instance, tho rulers of this cjuiitry a lew year:, ago decided in their wisdom that it was not good for the community, to indulge in rallies. This restraint ol the gambling spirit that is rile amongst us—no nioi'o so probably than in other parts of tho globe—lias never been relished. People will liavu their little gamblo, and the provision made by which permission could be gained to carry on what the legislating decided was a per...

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 — 14 April 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST • • XI({StlCU)).?') "'Alio ligure.i compiled" by ilit A'lciuruii. Government .5tat,Si; luijlivo. to 111)} out cioi' iui' tlio aeasuu lUll-lo I'lnpitiix-v tllO . JUJllllg oil 111 production \S l)/dl til; btu'l& lias suuereii. j lie oiij. luuve -i. loi'tno suu.-oii Has only l,Uuti,41'j b'usu els, which is tin.* .iniuliest itg^rcgii since^tue seu.on lO'ji-o; uuU, hs Jar us cuu bo gauged, tnc .poorest, retu/a poi Her.' sj.gitc'uitBriil iiklory of tiu: tetiilAy. ".7 i'-lM' t"u;* sba'soiL oi ilto • Just great drought in lUU^-3,; the out crop, from itn "almost ideuticul acreage us that Ot tljo hSuSOIl just OullipletCll, gave yield'■4'/40'2,y&2 bnsliel->, nvomgiug . 10,iO-.blteJwla'*]t« <-!•*>' oero, au>'- compared with 3.7, tor. lUi-l-lu, . Tho season oi 11)03-1"'ili'odttccd the record harvest ol oats vet gunieerd in tlie .State, nalii'-'ly 13,13I,Uo2 bushels, lfom a sown area ol •133,036 aoi'iw, oi i,177 awus loss than thai sown last s...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LADY OF THE GREY EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 14 April 1915

THELADYOF THE GREY EYES. I laid down tbe'magaaiiiic and druw a sheet of Bi»pcr from my despatch ease. Of r mi run, whut> 1 had i" mind to do was sheer fooliahnosH and sentimental ity, but—my tent suddenly seemed in deseribably bare, the rampart of moun tains 1 could boo through the opening waH deHolati) and \'ory far away lrom tin* old land and the old associations; and the story in that magazine J had picked up by chance when J was iast in any outpost" of civilisation: niajle ii 10 see thingH. Oil! not vats, or snaltes, oov implead nut monstrosities, but English lanes in spring, and copses whore daffodils bent their heads to the March breeze that blew across tho hills; ami a garden sweet with June roses. When 1 sh:if my eves 1 'could almost smell them, almost foci I was in the dear old country again; and because the story made me feel these things and sec them 1 drew J mil paper and envelope and addressed !;i letter to tho story's unknown writer. "Miss liarbara Trent, ■'Care Mes...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 14 April 1915

TURF TOPICS (By "Floiuizitftoii.") | When Lli<; u|i|iuiiL'iil.s of till: toliili - ;(ur in of • llial the machine will du away v, illi lho bij; bettor I hey are really i i ilUiiii;. I In; ;i I Ltlllilfll t ill I'u V ■ niir of (lu: "lull'." Il' (lie inai'liilie *.'ill r<'iiui'i- Hi.: <>)ijjr»rtti11itifs of the "l>liiii,L;<.'fr;" so iinifli the better, l'or tl.ey .ue .-<■!<! a!■■.;iy- b.tve been a /n■in ill'' luri. The rai-e i •>ay i- well ) ill i,J' I bi'in. The :...ni v. i- !iUv;i.\ - ru -hiiil: runiM j pitting; 1111 n 111 • m 1 - mi tlii . i -; i! i (li < 1; 11. lo tin' anno;.iiiii'i'. ainl very often to the j In , ol t.\ ner ^ a No. an- not likely I • ' 1 • iu111'h ii; i■< 1 <■..!■■■ Willi llii' r.i fvj> he - I ■ il. 1 if•' : •■!■ v.!;.- '■•> • b'.tc-<.lt' '"It i.'. ti "lie v.'iiy mi'! • i . : ■ '! i.;i.. - ( 1L' b'.\' '>1? '.v i?ii ■ ...i- tli Vd'.mii'. ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 April 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age; SOLS QI'N rUBE. ANB VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLER? ESTABLISHES 0VEK SS5 TEARS. MAGNIIR'S Pure French Grape '/BRANDY The Original House ©f STEWART, Edinburgh Founded 1779. * Stewart's Whisky A STRAIGHT TIP » DRINK STEWARTS ! " FIVE MULES FOP FOSTUNE 1. Cultivate am) p-jrfact your ideas. Experiment. Tho world is eager fot Heuiei-hini/, new, which, however simple it limy bo, will twtv<s labor, or expenso, or do' tilings better. 1/ot it bo more convenient. or promote pleasure—reduce WttfitO. People who handle things in every day use are tho uatural inventors of better things, and the natural capitalist^ of to-morrow. Road Uio ftplen'lid advice that Edison given. Isuarn I ho procedure aa to pa t-on t.ing in tho chief countries,—then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by Incoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious ;riend has produced a clovor invention put liim on the track of tiimoiiH and wealthy invenvor...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARSENICAL SPRAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 April 1915

ARSENICAL SPRAYS. l>o arsenical spra.VB iii.jnro the soil, ami thereby eoustitute adanger to tins trees' Nut- as long nsi grass it ml'other herbage coiitiimcsto : grow, innlfr the sprayed trees. U II. Hailey, in " 1'iin t-ijileH of Fruit (.1 rowing,'' ,»uys:-^ '•SVith tlii! action of tho rains', and. tho.-, . failing of 'the leaves,.-.most ;of the ar.si;nii! which is applied to trees (iiiuUy. reaches the soil. What .then becomes' of it.' II' lime has been used with the spray, the arsenic will bo-.iuiiolublo; when it falls upon tho-soil. ■ It' is'-jYos-'" slble that-the organic acids iu the soil, and also ■ carbonic acid, will dissolve some of tho arsenic, but it would bo'ul-> iilost~ surely-mildo iiii mediately insoluble again" by eombination «with liiiio.^or, , other :soil : couiitil\\outti. it soluble "arsenic is plared on tho i.soir it probably almost iniiht'dialely goes into insoluble combinations, ami remains .where ;.it . was placed, unless slightly washed down-by uiei'O...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EASTERN THEATRE OF WAR RUSSIA'S ADVANTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 April 1915

EASTERN THEATRE OF WAR .RUSSIA'S ADVANTAGES. .Mr J. .M. Kawaz, U.A., 1010 Unun mond Street, North Carlton, writes: — "Un tho road to Austria tluiigaiy, ISafit Prussia, West Prussia, I'oscn, Sileua, and Galiciu, winch 1 orin tin* (Hi stern theatre ol I lie war, liavi; be come household word--. Hie opposing armies 111' H'lssiii «m Hi-' ""L' iUul Germany ami Austria limitary on tho other, who are in death grips contesting cvury loot ol' their .-oil, ;l>uvo rc' deemed th"in I ruin t ho worlil ol obli vion, brought them i..: the limelight an-l made them at, the present juncture,-ot particular interest. I he war maps published almost daily Have made us acquainted with their relative positions, lint tliero are other question- ol more vital iinjiortaiico whieli persist in pre senting themselves to Hie Umughtlul readers urging 1 <>t- soino sal isl act ion. Who, and how many are those people, whose laud lias become the battle ground lor millions ol Mildiei.-. ^hew do their in...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FEED MOULTING HENS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 April 1915

FEED MOULTING HENS, Whoa hens begin to cast their lea thers and droop around in lazy fashion, ur bliulflo iu tome shady nook, then is Uiu timo that tlio egg ba-skqL returns with bottom luti'Uly .cpvprGd, loi' it is tlio season ol' rest and transition, com monly culled '"'tlio moult." Jint dospito thajfalling nwa'yy liberal feeding lnuut not Lb discontinued.. This, is ,tho lion's rightful^ vacation. ....Shu will repay hor oVvnof ilulor on ^for tlio.: feed givon hor now. •" - ' A1 gonorous.biipply of food is neccs sai-y throughout the' moulting ,period, Of course a vovioty of lood is proler able,: uhoro possible to obtain. If tlio grass is dry and woody, a little grata lucerne or other, rot for iigo plant as a supplement.,to the usual fref.li "pickings" i.s recommended, in addition toliboral.grain rations. Cab bage' and fresh .chopjped. vegetables jind table scraps aro also valuable. JCthel: ".l«ok Koxleigh is good look ins; onoi'pl', but 1 don't care for Ins ways " Maris: "Never mind...

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 XLVII. HUSBAND AND WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 April 1915

the:— masteft passion (liy Lillian Kllerton). CHAPTER XLV'II. HUSBAND AN1) WlKli. ld»'« arm w«6 not broken, but only badly sprained, but lor several da \> 8lie mi Bored from tho shock to her nerves, and .was g'ud 0,1 •s0'il and rest from all exertion. Dr .Smith CaZBO to &oo lior two or throe tll'les, IIS ho considered thut the c<iii-e<[iiei;r.- to her ncrvoua system might be serious. Struck by hor exceeding beauty, lie wondored it alio were tho Ida wlm^e namo lii-i late JiatifJil, Captain lleies iord ,Uad called on so constantly with his favored lip*. JSlio was u woman about whom any 1I1BD might rave, but lior husband did uot R(im to regard her as Ins olio pre cious treasure on earth, though ho was tolerably ullectionate 111 Ins way* fcjtill thcro was a happy smile on Ida lipg, a calm look ol content 111 her i \e-, which pustzled the doctor much. II" did not, know tlio oojntort tlmt u -mis to lior aching heart to i'-el that (.is Dcvorul no longer tho...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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