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NEW MILKING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 April 1915

| NEW MILKING MACHINE. I • '' All' J. W.'MatUluu writes in tho Shef field Daily Tolegrnpli" :—In tlio dairy - world a new milking machfuo is intro duced, but no bol:ovo it will not be fully 011 tlio market for some iittlo time. (This is the Loqvist, which i* a wido departure from oxiuting methods of milking, and entirely does away with tho rubber or other tubing which ha» proved itself so objootionablo because of tho diUioulty oi absolutely cloaning rubbor tubes, whioh consequently re tain colonial of germs to contaminate now supplied. Iu tho Loqvist tho arti ficial teat or cylindrical tent holder^. , oro two nott> ol two paiTnllel plates, iueod with Holt pliable rubbor, iiiac,';> adjustable ho that onoh will rotain two I toattt—ono pair in front and ono bo | hind, tho friiino carrying thtv-o is buk ponded from a buek-band over tlia cow's loins; tho platen aro easily adapted to tlio peculiarities of any cow's nddor and tho size of tho teats. Comioctod with tho plates is a Bin ...

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

EGGS IN WINTER. U'ho scouring of oggs in tho winter depends it goad deal on tho food fed. At tho North Dakota Kxporiipwit sta tion tho following lias given good re sults :— Morning food.—Wholo wheat. i\oon.—Uran raash with meat i>crnps or houuo scraps imd boiuo green food, ns root# JSvoning.—Maim "lid oats mixed. It is also important that tho hens h»re some grit, an crushed granite, and crushed oystor &hoIls to furnish limo lor •holl making. Tho housing Is import ant too. 'i'ho poultry house should ho i"oll lighted and well ventilated. Mamma Fly: Homember, children, when you're tired of playiug you may rest on that human Imby'a hoad. That's a sanctuary, and Ihoy uou't daro hit you with a Uy killor thoro.

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 — 21 April 1915

• pr.,.iy.«f«l!'» ■ 'ij." '«* WINUSE SUITINGS. . . . I 1 If you have your £ or OVERCOAT made now, it will be rea/Jy I cat! fit you well, and . ^ Lower than th$ Ravelling Tailor, Absolutely as good a Bango ^ toota as yon-can* ffot anywhere. SUITS from 35s. u Wards. Over Oao Hundred Patterns ranging 3 guineas to 4 guineas. BWBi I i l'U! Why Go Elsewhere ? ^^pREBSING^^o^ J. RICHENS, fiaccMsor to "W. E. 0, Wilson, HAIRDREMER 4 TO»A0C0NIOT. ;®all St., Cressy, op. Mason's Store. "SJBGB to announce that he has in Stoek a large assortment of all f* the leading brands of Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes, &e., &c. Pipes in endless variety. Cigarette and Cigar Holder*, Tobacco Pouches, &<?. *0f&bch99, Chains and Guards, while anything in the Jewel/ery Jfae obtained on the shortest possible notice* JNo any-lie-to-get-you-in policy with me, and Wo jolly-glad-to-get-out feeling vriia j<m OALL AND INSPECT* ««£J W. L. EDWARDS, JBIuACKSMITH & ...

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

RINGING THE PIGS. This in neoosMiry when they aro per mitted to run in tho Colds. Tba rings muat bo properly lixod in tho oontre of tho noso, not too low to piorco the flosh (in which c«bo they will cat! so an attnolc of "snuffles"), and not too noiir tho enoufc for the ring to work Tt» way through tho gristly part and thua got lofft. Somu rings *r« mode with two points which aro pn««o<] through**, tho nostrilB, then a loathor waahor iG punned ovor tho points and proHoed on tho snout, after which tho points aro foldod ov<t and thus kept in position. Othor.t ub® moroly a piece of wire and twist tho nri'ln together. When tho Innd is rory Bpongy and wot, no ring is really offftotivo if th# now in inclined to root,— -Staffordshire. Somu apple-growers in Tasmania are reported to lmvo tried a most interest-' ing experiment. Many troea of tho Alfristou variety worn producing latgti amounts of wood, lo tho detriment of the I'ruit, yiold. Ligatures wero ap plied to tlio...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THOSE STRIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 28 April 1915

THOSii STKIl'KS. "Now children, Avhat is 111is 1J" a>ktr<I the tL ichor, holding up Ui<; picture oi n zebra. 'fit looks to mo like a horse in » bstiliiiifi suit,'' answered u little hoy.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURNIPS FOR CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 28 April 1915

TURNIPS FOR CATTLE. Xn listing Uio-o root- lor cattle, it is u practicx.- in many parts of tlic country to give them uncut in .sheds, yards ar'i fields. The plan is to he strongly condemned lor the following reason-; (0 llecauso then' is a dangor 'ii caus ing choking; ('i) thd plan is wastj'Uj; (Ii) the roots ari- nut used to best ad vantage, as tlioy should swieteu othor dirt, .such as straw and inferior hay. Jt is a common belie! that roots givun im cut arc not liable to choke, but i.'uy cannot bo really siilely .served, fnltv pmperly pulped or cut. Wlicn eat'.lo are led on w hole roots, it is the l.r-l piece tiiat is (liable to do the mischief, especially if it be the neck of the lo t. Tlwn in whnlo-ale leeding, there >s a I ways great waste Iroiu trampling .the roots and ollcrw i-e making tlicin dis taHenil. They are cold food, con taining as tie y do. uiiieli water, llenee pulping and mixing uitli clr.iif until tlie heap ferments is the best and most economical way ol servin...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BONE MANURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 28 April 1915

BONE MANURES. There lms boon a ilisjt>psition 011 the part of ay-icultnral :innlysts and'pro-: 1'essois tii depreciate tin: fertilising.' vjtliii- (if dissolved i)oni! manures, ami In express the opinion Hint mixtures of su perphospha1e of lime with a little sulphate fif :i in inn i) i :i or other nitrogen oils material could In- depended on to produce equally good results at a. less <-ti-.t. 'ireater experience, however, lias shown that. tile old-fashioned prefer ence of many farmers, practical and in telligent men, for a Ijone manure in not. without its justification. A greater knowledge of the action of bacteria toadies us tliat these .(isoi'itl organisms flourish liest when tliei'e is a supply of organic Mibstaiices in the soil, and it is I his organic, char-rtcter of bone manures which makes "them more valuable than' simple mineral compounds. A pure dis solved bone fertiliser, in which the bone material has only been partly dissolved by acid, or a bone compound ma...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTENSIVE FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 28 April 1915

INTENSIVE FARMING. Attur tho f.oJK-lol tin; uai it '■> quit*.' probable that Kngland u.ll ob tain a Hindi linger proportion ol Icr food suppli'.-, trom the outlying ji:>rlol tin; Kmpit'e, Tins means that l In various Uiitish (.-"Ionic., mid Dominion* inn\ tec) assured <;t a prosperous mai ket lor their product-, and, us u con sequence, need experience no d.lii ili lie: in growing; what may be i < ijni lor consumption in the l.iiitcd King dom. fcvon at tin.' present time, and |ij'irv ions to the oilLl>r>:-ak ol war, there Was a greater demand in Knglaud loi certain product* i!mn Au-t rtilia could supply, and while such condit.ons pre vail, people on tliu land in this part oi tin; world can complain oi no lad; oi ' opportunity. So keen lias been the demand fur meat lor some years pa.-t i.liat held- and tlocks in Australasia iiavi.' Ii atfonled no opportunity ol appreciably increasing, ma Clinch ».-> a great deal >,!' the .stock Unit ought tu hav...

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 XLVIII. THE GIPSY'S WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 28 April 1915

-THE MASTER PASSION (Iiy . Lillian KHortou). ViiAl'TJCK XliVllI. THAU GU'bV ?!S WAItNl Nt«. "I don't know how it it," grumbled Mr. Salomons, down the lung expanse of glittering glass and fragrant dower* which decorated hio dinner-t.ible, "our parties "ure not what they utcd to be. I'in not talking of tin; food, that's pretty much the same every season, and there'* no variety in the length of (he bills which crop up afterward.*; but the conversation gets no deadly lively without Hercsford to .set it going. Duval's here, to ho sure, hut he's not up to the murk, and half the time sits as it' he Were almost inclined to have si nap." "IleV talking enough now," .said .Mm. Downey, the larger, it' uut the bel ter, hall' ol' a wool merchant, looking at tin: artists with affectionate, middle aged interest. "1 always say it' I had met him when I was a girl. Iiuiviicv wouldn't have had a chance.'' •Von mean if Duval had winked at you over the edge of his cradle •" and Mr. Halomons chuckled. His...

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 — 28 April 1915

OF:RURAL INTEREST (uy "kiibucub. ") Mow that here is .some reason to ex pect a norm,(1 season, wheat growers j will have heart to sow the largest j aroas possibly with view to getting the benefit ol tlie high prices that naist rule lor the results of next hurvist. j There in always .something (u tie learn ! ubout everything, ami even the old I est farmer will probably lind hints [ worth adopting in the opinions recently ! expressed by .Mr A. li. V. Richardson, the Government Agricultural e.\p"ti.. »ho is an authority. - J ho amount ol seed t.lat should i>o used varies within wide limits. I he principal lactors which govern it are climate,time ol .sowing, character ol siod-bcd, and tho variety of wheat. .VIr Richardson attaches the greatest pos sible importance) to early soiling on clean land. the actual date on which to commence will vary with the dis trict and the character ol tho -season. 'J his autumn tho soil is siillicioiitly dry to allow ol' the seed lying in the ground uug...

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 — 28 April 1915

NOTICE OF KEMOVAL. "%Wf K toe Co rilify «tr <» Petrous that the: G ■nf "TSTE CEESSY A.WB W.G>RE F0GMEBR" Hr.a* been REICGVE& to- retire Ceesnxr .nSrr.us Pjrtnciscs, gj tutted'. in Sfxfcoc Street, whsre. fcawnaKC ■wilj te carried or- a.re cuaalv We desire to tbsr.-lc who/ fccvcecpported tss ««• past; *m<3-tiert for & eantir.'iRiicc of ilm:r«ai«ire£ putowruge in the Ir. NURSE ©RAY,! CeffieEtated Gt &r\ ^qu?. Ktirce ' HAS acoo7jv:r>:v:.t.<;i'j.n for Medical, &x»jfjirsi n?ri 'iS/i/C-zr&ss?] aft "Rraskas?* fr'azwrs Haracru£. tiZTZhC Stock„ Land ar.d GtiieraK Com- j mission Agents, ij B HAWM' STEERS'. C&El/3NG. jl (Teleiv'jo.-Ki, z'.!H2.f. j OGfew* at HORSHAM. niMBSOU, ' mraAu, kaenbow. jepa*&t„ i4ATIJ£UK and GORtiKIJ /ylTCTlON arj CE.EARINS SJ5&ES; Orndtrcled fe awy part of VtcCeris ; ir.ANO SALES a SPBCSALrnC. Fannin# and Grazing Properties , far Sale and to Le?-sn in varki/M ' parta o...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIRST-CLASS CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 28 April 1915

• FIRST-CLASS CREAM. 1 lioro will bo 110 denying that tli averago quality of our cream has risen immensely in tliu last low years. So hua tho avorago quality of our butters, duo largely to the improvement in tbi creams, and yet a good deal to the im provement in factory equipment. Thin notwithstanding, tlioro is room lor moro care in the handling of cream . on the larm. The nay tho cream is handled on tho farm alter it leaver the separator, aU'eets to a considerahh: ex tent, tlio auccosa of tho factory. There is a wrong way and a right way. Sep arating tho cream into the factory ca;i without any further attention is a sure way to spoil tho product, and if this is repeated morning and night, there will bo layers of cream iu the can that will lie encrusted, and chomically auiJ. bacteriulogicaliy opposed to each other. on tho arrival of the supply at the factory. Thp correct wav niav boa. little moro troublo, but thu com pensate for tho elfort. Tho lir.-l requisite is a" clean, airy t&...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OR. NAMSE[?]'S REMARKABLE MOVAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 28 April 1915

Mmsmf3 ftmp&imBLt \ >.?;> -mHMBg. 4 ; ■"•Kao -atR-wii i£. ,d? Alio; .9;b<ir.!iM» tMaauer j&Mtvet ..etmclwba a-i i ri'inai&afcle s tivugr, .wUicIl i!;is <iul$i 1 ,ono .j. tteiv BiOetr.iii ,Mi!i:ts.s.-<i»f.c,! I uuc '.'iu .tiiurti vcicr.^iltc ,r<y-; i * Kiel;/' ill,) aJ'l*• ".UK'! j <n Mv«r,J l'<ry.i£*4 tfears,' I .KCit tilt ^u<xli',uiur ni;Ktiton> ,ky Jlr; I J'titau ^c- Ii'/i« j | .rmuu jr^u nAW J.t utt Ttaiipit;, .Karivatj Jxi SeaM«:i J.Ci'.'oi, sijfmict, ;iruE .lackj i aw' Afi« .C-JJrcyA.liKjiUKJtt t<» •£c!«iuij;h'«ul ■ 7-iiOO xotw ,al iiiliwj.u (iKHtv.ct, /Mat j jjriHiDK otutrcr, fcc-KjiJ, /;*.«, ^netBuin* j jUortKtUiden, i'tstj; njcirja, pjjjv' iiKf-sUc-fl, jai-i ,'Jead jsthtm, JUjgfithir .vtuttk tiro! >u» .DUi/tWr.', ./.k\» f>ouvi£ .(K&rSy -ft oroll, j VJl'A two d»ar, [ Oil -Ujatc! ot/ ,owt*7ar<| jocruoj ; »*a JJr SUsuiMXt, Jts .Ui&...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ONE THING LACKING. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 28 April 1915

•j'lJK ONE THING LACKING; — Bridget tlio maid ctimu to her hiis truM. _ .1 "Oi would Jiko a wook's vacation, Miss Uilocu,"' slm said, in liot soi't Minister accont. • "Oi wuuta to In' married." Bridget had bucii a good girl, so in t mistress gave her tho wook's vacation, a white dress, a veil, and a j>lu»i cake. Promptly at tho end of tbo week Bridget returned radiant. "0! Miss Kilcun," she exclaimed. "Oi was tho most lovely brido! Mr dress was perfect, nic veil mos' lovely, and the eako splendid. An' oh! the dunein' an' tho aitin'." "Well, iiridgot, this sounds deiigM i'ul," 8,'lid lier mistress, "but you have loft out the main point of your story. 1 hope you have got: a good husband.'' Bridget's tone changed to one of in dignation. "Now, Miss ICiloen, an' what ve think? Tha' darn scalpeon never showed up.'' A largo amount of fodder, ombruehr; lucerne, pumpkins, maize, oaten hay and straw, and bean straw, ia stacked :it Orbost, awaiting the approach of iln; railway line, lor tra...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOR THE BATTLE'S FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 28 April 1915

FOR THE BATTLE'S FRONT. Eleven of the latest design motor car ambulances and a mo tor transport . lorry, with 100 well trained officers, have been despatched to the battle's front, i The last sfx cars just put into' commission have been built to i special pattern to allow of them negotiating- roads that no other type of car can traverse, and so pet up nearer to the fighting line than any other. These cars take four stretchers, and are especi ally constructed for the convey ance of the more seriously in jured, being fitted with the latest improvements. Tremendous ap plause greeted the announcement recently made at a great gather 1 ins: in London by Generar Booth , that Queen Alexandra had con sented to inspect the cars, and name one after herself, at Marl borough House. Without regard to the riprht.« and wrongs of the war. the Salvation Army feels I that it is on sure ground in doing j all it can do to sooth the Borrows | and heal the wounds of those I who fall upon the battle field,...

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 — 28 April 1915

MELBOURNE LETTER <<Voin our Spocia! C\n'r*>i>oudtttit.) The revolutions as to the conditions at, Uroadiitoadows owing to lack of win tor equipment lor tins Lroups in train ing aro dibgustiug. i'huru have In en during tho past, week somu unmistak able indications that the season i.s nt hand when Harm cluthiug and iidcijuulo protection I rum iluuip m nccossary it the health of tho men who uru litting Uiumselve.-, to light lor the Empire is L.j bu pre«ioived. J lie miliy,nation lliat .s righteous lias tniind ei^e-Tl'.'il m upbi aidings ol tliu authorities, Inil. tlicy appear to havo douo theij- bent. TJie ■sLi 11 in imposed in equipping the huge uuuibors ol men Him iiavo been pre pared lor thu Expeditionary iorces durii/g tlio pust lew months- has been I too greut lor the incilitios iimihiblo. | Ihoroloro, ululu Uio au.vious purenl.i j ol' lliu young soldiers in tin; milking, who uro writing to tliu papers in con donlnutioii ol those wlio are handling Uio .s...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarly identify [?] seives with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] THE COMCERT AND AUCTION SALE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 28 April 1915

M" 'i ; ■ ■ < fWe <&» not -KeahmarUy Meeiifyi cor sehrce «ri fo Ihfi <« ;1ini<vi3 .ex bj our com.Bpor*3ieratp_5 THE COKJOEKT ANJS AUCTION SALE. tro tome -xmytnr. Sir,—It vn with ifcellcge cf chains that agscaS- twmbnr.ci ,'Ac residents <o£ J this and tee twrrQundicg; district (heart" | of the scticsc of certaic Axentiberr. ©f ' th<p Gre*»j—-Patriotic League j with regard to tbe cwoaii feiejnafeil! by Mjfs Msiy ttackflntffeeai«d«jfic<'; hall last Wednesday ruigh&Sn xid «f the starving Beljfian«. •Efaeoc »Tii5I-EciiK? gentry—awl especially .c.ce eff £5vc*b—I did everything ic tia power feci b*jc«£t lfiM Mark's «ffoni. St aetuce th&t ] Mitt Mack—gikall £be &hoo£ht- I I etmttt of jrcath—**.£.lectt& tcg+dumc ■, on her bended itvsge suQ elitres! axd ] iropf«r» of it bet *e<4 tSgciX-nff. | i body of patriot* <&eir grfcrrfuur ccacatwji •] | to do...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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A WEEPING BRIDEGROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 28 April 1915

A WEEPING BRIDEGROOM. 'Tlio following description of mi "iniiviu iny bit of experience is given. in i lie minisceiicoH of ji Soldiur,", A dinnor jmrty was givcii to (Joloiiol Htuart, just. »befolu liis- marritigo,' by ■ sotno bachelor. : fricmla.-_,> J ii,tlio hotel j where the young moil assembled, u •nimibdr ^of-clorgy .it)mi of .tho l.'i'csbytory • of . Aberdeen/ .••their in ■■■.session- in. tho city; were stay ing- ' *"'' ' _* | . Hunt up'oiK having '•a' good . time, the. | .young fi'llo^vs irreverently played ..what l; was termed; tlio "cayo)nio. trick.V upon some of the worthy ministers*. O0I0110I Htiuirt : had sunt to Ijoiidou -for a now hii'iI of clotlios in which to bo married, lie wore tlio suit on this evening. tliat lie ■ might do honour to his friends. 1 Wo let hi in loll the'rost 6t' tho story: "After tlw dinner I lel't: Aberdeen and ,wout to, Unglanil^ to' be 'imirrioil. My • father-in-law was so well known in tho town in wkinh ho lived 'that the roads to tho.churc...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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ABOUT SNOBS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 28 April 1915

ABOUT SKOBB. '• Homing io clamping as f •, us mueli at home in u Weil tori Jotlgi.'ig liciiH> as in » May. <vriii;j-rootii. Go everywhere vtkiujr, know OTP.ry 0110. Tboro'i so Mnall as to Se beneath youi ioliody uo gritt as to be abov« tlie »a)no time, however ex 'in r acquaintance, never bt to congratulate youraeU aboul SiiobbialiinisB, far morn thai mi, is the religion of weals it i.i oven worse vkan that ■c!cs»ly middle-class. Troai • 1 caution tho man who be cntriicp, "Thslaet ticao J Julnnghaui," th« minister ol I who is always talking ■ i in ordinary conversation. »iii{(er who says, "When I ore-lit Gardens." , Tkay are 'Iho aing&T ia tha worst hrce, of course, because the •i people lie is snob bisk about 'ocossarily great *t Jill, ' In talking about wliea it* wa* Garden, he had mueV bettar ring wky he is a«t Wi«« bow ' Harriett, is "UhIs'I id*

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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LIFE IS WHAT WE MAKE IT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 28 April 1915

LIFE 13 WHAT WE MAKE IT. Lot 'a oftoucr talk of nobler deeds, Aud ran; of tho bad ones, Ami sing about, our happy dayB, And not about tho sad ones. Wo were not made to 1'ret aud sigh, And when grief sleeps to wako it, .Bright happiness is standing by— This lifo is what wo make it. Let's liud the sunny sido of inon, Or be believers in it; A light thero is in every soul That takos tho pains to win it. Oh! there's a slumbering good 111 all,' And wc perehanco may wako it; Our hands contain the magic wand— Our lii'o is what wo mako it. Then here's fo those whoso loving hearts Shod light aud joy about thorn! Thanks bo to them for countloss genis Wo ne'er had known without them. Oh! this should be a nappy wona -- To all who may partake it; The fault's our own if it is not— This lifo is what wo make it. For chronic night cough, try taking a teaspoonful of whisky and puro glyccrino in equal parts. This can bo kept in a bottlo by tho bed in ease of noed, and will bo found invaluable.

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