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JET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER EIGHT SIR RICHARD INTRODUCES [?] SELF. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 July 1915
JET HUNTER S FOSTER SON. CHAP HSU MIGHT. * SUt lUCUAHU INTJKODUCKS Ij it SELF. ; . . Svlue tea duy», or twelve, had elnp.-> od biuco Kufus Crouch, ei gold-digger and present j'.t hunter, culled mi un expectedly ill the .My;tmuiu m,:ii.siun m Ujdu l'ark, 'Die morning was ;i bright and sunn} on&lt;•, with but a tew lazy cl-iudw ijI tleecy v.hitencss t>ujJiiiit acro'f the blue sky, us, the rector oi '■ AVootlburn, with his taniily, returning ■ after a weekday service irom lite oliurcli hard by, saw, slouly riding out of tho parsonage garden, a gentleman follo w , ed by a mounted groom. Visitors in thnt thinly j.-opiiI«fed locality v.en: rare anil usually v.-ell-knuivii, -o thai tiii well-dressed stranger. mi b:s 14:111;> 111 black horse, attracted notiei\ .Mr ■"• I.angton stoppi-d forward and bowed. Tim stranger lifted his iiat with pleasant smile. and ill'-tiili11;. disiiioiin toil threw his reins t&lt;■ his ;',i'">m "Mr Laiij;tnii ?'• he .aid imiuiungly "A...
A POSER. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 July 1915
A POSER. 'Ifiie schoolmistress was instructing boi' pupils in the niyslerios of otymolo gy, whon she had occasion to ques tjo11 ii Ijo.v pupil with rolorunco to the; word "recuperate." "As nu example," ^uid the teacher, "wo will take 1.1 ki ea-so of your father. Eo is, of eourso,.;i hard working mini." "Yus'm," assonted Charley. "Then," continuedthe'' inslurclor ol youth, "it being nhis work boinp', over, and he boiiij; tired and worn out, what doeti he do?" "That's what mn wants to know," s;id Clinrloy.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 July 1915
Public Notice. NURSE GRAY, Certificated Chautauqua Nurse j HAS accommodation for Patients. Medical, Surcrical and Midwifery at "Braemar" Privates Hospital, Bee ac. NOW is the' TIME. tq have Your | Painting:, &c., DONE. Just drop a line to' W. J. KIFT, Painter, Signwriter, Glazier, Paperhanger, Decorator, &c. Repairs ot all Descriptions attended to. Old Furniture made equal to New. Dray, Cottage and House Pfates Writ ten, also Calico Signs. E. R. DAVIS, | Saddle, Collar & Harness Makers CRESSY. (2 ADDLERY of Every Description O made on the Premises at Moderate Prices. . , Collars a Speciality. Repairs Neatly Executed. | Splendid Assortment of LADIES' and ! GENTS' BOOTS and SHOES always 1 on hand. i BICYCLES and Sundries always on ! hand for Sale, Hire or Exchange. Splendid Assortment of Secondhand Bicycles from £4 up to £7. All new Bicycles built to order 'guar anteed. • 1 Tyres and Tubes Stocked. C. KLEIN CARPKNTBR AND BUDGDM, _ „ ... enetsr, . AIX KINDS of O...
ARTIFICIAL MANURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 July 1915
ARTIFICIAL MANURES. The throe moat important ele ments of ' fertility are nitrogon, phosphoric acid, and potash, because there are very fow soils which con tain a sufficient quantity of each of them to produce the maximum yields. Some soils may contain largo .quantities o£- 6na 'or two o£ these'ingredients, bat if the third is lacking the other two can have no uBeful effect. Artificial fertilisers supply nitrogon, phosphoric acid, and potash, but with very few ex ceptions they are not complete manures, as they do not contain some of all the above, unless, of course, they have been made to do so by the admixture of various compounds. Nitrogen is the most expensive of the ingredients, and is also that which is most easily washed out from the soil . It is required by the plant chiefly in the earliest stages of its growth, and if sufficient is not present in the soil the plant will make a ' poor start.' Phosphoric acid is necesgary for the formation of the flower and fruit, and a small ...
AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES. EVERY MAN PHYSICALLY FIT IS WANTED. CONDITIONS OF ENLISTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 July 1915
AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION ARY FORGES. EVERY MAN PHYSICALLY FIT IS WANTED. CONDITIONS OF 1HLIST1IENT. ■Age ... ' ... 18 to 45 yours Minimum Height ... Gfcot2inohcs Ohost Measurement ... 08 inohos Persons desiring to enlist should apply at the noarost Town Hall. 8biro Hall, Drill Hall or Recruiting Depot, whore arrangements will be made for medioal examination. Persons who are considered suitablo will be granted free railway tickets to the metropolis for final medical examination and enlistment. RATI8 OF FAT PER DAY. After Embarkation Prior to (Including Embarkation deferred pay) Lieutenant 15/ 21/ Sergeant 10/ 10/6 Corporal 0/ 10/ Privato 6/ 6/ . SEPARATION ALLOWANCE. Separation allowance will bo paid to married men who aro roooiving less than 8/ per day, but such allowance will not exceed tho amount noccssary to make up tlio difforonco betwoon thoir daily rate of pay and 8/ por day. Subject to this limitation the amounts payable aro as follows :— ■ (a) Por wifo living at homo, 1/5 por d...
AN INCORIGIBLE MISS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 July 1915
, AN INCOli 1G1BL 0 MISS. A litdo girl wua ruihut givon to ex nKtlu>'atiugi;'imil would toll wild bUit iw. ol Itor- udvouuim, lor wmcli biiu irai duly puiisilied. One day, aitor )i»j iv.ilJ; in iJjo park, eliu riui to hor wotlior cjahuniun; "Oil, uiumuiy, ».&lt;> uun>o imtl i woro walking in tbo paik, u grout buj liou Hprung oiil, unil wu 11 ki havo onion jno tlX' 't ilUlblu liiul uul pulled me aside. " Von naughty i ll.1(1 1" said Uur molli or. ' Cio lo your room, und bluy Ihoio untd you mo iorrj' lor tolling MIUl >i .eked .storm-,, iiud abk your good auiicl lo tui%tvi.' you loi■ lullmji suuli il ituiiiJily btury about ilio lion." Uull mi liour later hor motuor wuul up, nnd louud her looking vury poui Umt. 'Will,'' nho haul, "Imvo you abk«d your good «iiii'-l in forgivo youf" mummy," was Iho reply. "1 di«l atk, and Jio «aid, "Don't mention it, -Vims lirook>; I'vo olton mistaken tin so bit yellow poodles for lioui> mj noli."
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 July 1915
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION'. A meeting of the above was held on Saturday night. Fourteen were present, and Dr. Wood was voted to the chair., Telephone Matters. In connection with the telephone from Creasy to Werneth extension the secretary said he had reoeived word from the Postal department, and an annual charge of 5 per cent would be made on its maintenance, apart from the guarantee. The secretary also stated that the construction of the telephone line fromLismore to Oressy was now in .course of erection. The Berrybank people wished to be connected with the line, which was only a milo away from them. Acting in con junction with the residents of Berrybank, the inspector was inter viewed. • It was pointed out to him hiow useful the line would bo to the residents there, and the line is to bo cdrried into Berrybank. Cressy's Wants. As Or. Nelson,one of the Weering riding members of the .Colac shire was present at the meeting, the wants of Creesy were discussed. The matter of lighting the Bt...
THE PIG INDUSTRY. THE HOUSING OF PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 July 1915
THE1 PIG INDUSTRY. By .It. T. Archsr (Senior Dairy lnspsc . lor) in "Journal of Agricultm'a. THE BOUSING Of PIGS. Tho'.principal feature* requiring al ien ion ii-constructing pi««tio» am: l*t, thov must bo provided with an '»i p,'vi,;us floor. Where suitable inn ■torial available, «« w'" '"j thoroughly ■Mtisriiclor.v if properly P» down. Wrick of good quality, gioulcd willi comont also, male* a . door. 'His bricks limy bo Uud Hat. A I lull of aboui 1 inch »' (i ll;ut w,li 1 ride for free drainage, so that one can l,.lV0 a floor easily kepi sanitary am i dry (,'oncrulc or brick floors are no i Rl.itiiii. for pie* lie 011: lh*y s!° I b&lt;» provided wit!) a iuoval.l« hurd e oi lattics work. This •n*ur«* a dry bad and Wo-s them from the cold Moor. J.he> I Sho'uul "«ver b. allowed to_U«on to fermenting bedding as this otl" causes pneumonia. 2nd, the walls and partitions must bo constructed fiO_ U,a ' thew uro no crevices or open joinU through, which draughts can strike th pig...
FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 July 1915
FOR WOMEN :(By "Amljrosino.'') . An Australian woman writng iron) 'London 011 April 2nd, says:— "This time last, year tlio greatest troublo that England had was the wo lnon'u demand lor the vote ittul tlio threatened civil war in Ireland. This year tlio world is shaken to its centre by tho greatest war tho world lias over kn>wn; but in tliit, season of religious sorrow that led to victory tho Chun. ; has had a. text—a symbol—which it has tmed with gro.it power for tho com .fort and inspiration of tli&lt;; human soul. ■ Christina llossctti's beautiful mcssago lias fallen with healing balm on nmny a wounded heart: ■1 lil t mint' eyes and sou ; earth vanish r '■ - etll. 1 lift up wistful eyos, and bead my knee Trembling, bowed down, and fate to face v/ith death, '1 lift mirie'ej'os to eeo. Lei! what J. see in death that shadows ino; Yet whilst I, seeing, draw a shudder ing.breath, Death like a mist., grows raro percept ibly. Beyond the darkened, light. beyond tho scathe, lle...
OUR BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 July 1915
OUR BOYS. Wo have every reason to be proud, and prouder still oi' our Australian lads in the Dardanelles. They were given a task that no troops huvo boon asked to accomplish for centuries—the landing on ii hostile shore. How tlioy have achieved this object will livo in the his tory, as ono oi the most during, uud must successful achievement!} in thin inoinentous war. Wu know how tlioy would light, but tlioy have even eclipsed our anticipations. 'l'uo Boor War was a nin! prick compared to the present t; :• dortuking. Then tliey hud to moot u civilian soldier led by civihm ollicers, and it was "to all intents and purposes a hunting of scattered forces (or farmers). Now tlioy linvo -'tu meet some of tlio 'fluost soUliers,'and best equippod of the (world, trained and porfesional warriors, with '• forts and 'strongholds thoroughly iprepareili- rogardlc,ss of expense. Tlioro !is all til.' difference in the world between Itlio two "With tlio severity of llio conditions, liowovor, tlio Aust...
GERMAN COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 July 1915
kcHlwAN COLONIES. - 'llK-rcr'ib a lullly'gun'und i,pinicfri ,iuai. _ t : . -■ I * d .u overseas vj>.riuuu' possessions are ■ tnuiiuiaiut lusighinVuiicT 'lruo,v tney uavu now bien' a, ivuyiiij|i piopof>l,i(jou» ui IjOlIliUUl)") ' UlU;"in.hl»'Vrtf- -itoi, ;lllil 'cUUbU Ul llk'ir blil.lllUUHb. ...bUllipill'ill/lVul.y i-muy are large, 10/ combined, tliuy,.aro Hij-UD yighl times i.;>,big us tho; United-: htvingdom, iaud .ton".-tlinod us largo ris tiiu" 1 Truusvaul, and larger Chun tlio Argeii iimi. 'luo Jfiaut Aii'icnu possession is inoiV than ihrou-times lib large'us' me. United Kingdom, uuil tioruiaii jN'ew (j ui-. .10.1 covers ju'oro ground than linfcii..., sJeoUuna .lihi Wnli'B totjetiier. lu now 01 luturity, size Oeruuuly counts lor a dual, uul a largo- dr«ary,. liosoi-t, would luiug liulo prospuot oi Habitation. Tuwe was, a tijno, liow •iva.-, when Ihigland hemoU' wa#•• 'con tidered unworthy &lt;,f an eiiort to hold, 'lii en'y 1 or savages," said tlio Itom ans. and...
GOOD HOUSING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 July 1915
GOOD HOUSING. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—I am forwarding for- pub lication the following clipping, which should prove interesting to your readers, especially those who are holders of vacant allot ments locallyThe owner of an insanitary ■ house has been' fined £10 and costs for keeping it in that condition., What is going to happen next ? ' If he puts up the kind of building that the court thinks he should This taxes will be raised considerably. So it may be cheaper to leave the house as it is and-to chance being fined again. A higher fine would probably induce him to tear the building down and leave his lot vacant, thus enabling him to es cape the fine and practically avoid taxation in the future. After a while the lot will increase in value Sufficiently to enable him to get a profit without doing any thing. Housing legislation fails to show us that one lot is as valu able to the community as the lot next to it, so we tax the improved lot higher than the vacant lot, and tax the improvement...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 July 1915
Wm. Morgan &Co. 250-0 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE Telephone, 1008. Established 40 Years. \f ANUPACTURJ2BS . :of Tents,. Tjii-pnulin-e. Rick Covers, Flags, 1,'tc. Also'nil oL' Ihe above can: be lirul 'mi llin\ Verandah and Win (lny.ii liliiul.-. Importers of Cunvas, Ihic'l;, Twin'c, •Bnnting, eto. lloaper uud Hinder Sheets. •. . , . COUNTRY ORDERS HAVE SPECIAL ATTENTION.
LADY STANLEY'S APPEAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 21 July 1915
LADY STANLEY'S APPEAL. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—The response that Vic toria has made to our appeal for Australian sick and wounded fills my heart with gratitude and pride. Already th.e fund ap proaches £100,000,1 we want to make it a quarter of a million. I make no -apology, therefore, •when I ask you between now and "Australia Day" to re-double your efforts to achieve this result. I shall have further opportuni ties of thanking the great, band of voluntary workers'throughout the State,-who,are helping in this1 appeal, but I cannot close without expressing my deep appreciation of their self-sacrificing labors. (Sgd) MARGARET STANLEY.