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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] RECRUITING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 28 July 1915

CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily identify our selves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] RECRUITING. TO THE EDITOR. .Sir,—In reply to " Citizen's " effusion concerning the above, his remarks fit in even better than mine, and express in better language than my weak effort the feelings so freely expressed con cerning the first bungle. " Ac tions, not words," as " Citizen" expresses it, are exactly what people want, and no "words" of " Citizen " can explain away the "actions " of the patriotic league in being so " slow " as to only postpone a visit from recruiting speakers merely a day before the advertised meeting. Then "bIow" again in not putting up notices stating the postponement, and thus preventing people (also citi zens and patriots) coming in miles to attend—not even a no tice up on the hall. As to his remarks re title of "Patriot," and abuse, etc. This was a"long" shot of mine, but it evidently hit the bull's eye. I feel sure that if the president of the ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A TRENCH FULL OF TURKS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 28 July 1915

A TRENCH FULL OF TURKS. . 1 Ill an account of the fight, on tiic Suez Caual un March 3, published 111 the Momiug Post, au officer of a Bri tish torpedo boat tells of Uio destruc tion ol two of the enemy's bhcofc-iion boats, aud continues:— 'To got at tlio third boat it was necessary to go m> a gull.v .some 00 yurds inland, whero wo could see tho bow sticking up. Tho enemy held this bank, so, of course, wo were under iiro tho wholu time. I '.•ailed for volunteers, and with a potty oilicor, lauded .with uio in the dinghy; wo loft au A.b. iu her, and wo darted up with our guucottou chargo L went ahead aud got- up to tho boat, when I.saw five Turkish soldiers on tho other side about 10 yards away,. 1 stopped round tho boat to Iiavo a shot at thorn, aud fell into a trench lull ol' Turks. l'ou never suw unyono so surprised in your life us they wero, aud I myself confess to a eotiain stouisli meut. I was too close to them to al low thorn to got their rifles* on uio, and realising that e...

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 — 28 July 1915

The crops have never looked better than they do now on the Western PlairiB, and given a favorable spring, the coming harvest should be a record one for this part of the State. In connection with the anni-. versary of the local I.O.R. tent, at a pleasant Sunday afternoon on August 8th, and a public meet^ ing on August 9th, Bro. D. Smith,' M.L.A., will be the principal speaker. At the last meeting of the Presbytery of the Western Plains the Rev C. E. O. Keays, of Dar lington, was elected moderator for the ensuing term of office.' Messrs J. M'Kenzie, Creasy, and. Archibald Lang, Beeac, were amongst those declared members of the Presbytery. For Chronic Cheat Complaints, WoodB* Great Peppermint Cure,-1/6. • •->

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

..FALB PLAY!, ' Tho 'children Vbi'o not allowed'iri the kitchen, but nobody had! over forbidden thoir sniffing outsido tho door to catch tho_ delicious odors' which could bo ob taiiibcVby a closo application of a sinail . kosc-.to a trnolc.- ;; '' i J.v .'(Why, Ethel," said the mothciy who diacoyercd. them in, the on try pust .Qut-, sido tho' U'tchen door one Saturday morning;' v'Svfijr;.arb."you!1 twit-cllfnjg' j Tommy and slapping hini'?"''-'l'' ;;V"Oaus&hp.amt playiu,g;fair,•^lo^Sh'oy', ' fcqja' Ethol.i • ; ..VHo'ts Jjpdo tivo.'.ismells,.j | nnd, I'1)4 vq, only, had J^ur>f and, jiV.Siffly. 'turn'" '• 'I am bo playing fair," • asserted Tommy, his utterance smothered as he agahi applied his noso to tho crack. "I'vo sofc on awful oold, and I can't -toell half as much as she can 1"

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECRUITING MEETING AT CRESSY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 28 July 1915

RECRUITING MEETING AT CRESSY. A recruiting meeting was held [ in the mechanics' hall on Monday night week. There was a largo attendance, and stirring addrea I ses were delivered by Messrs J.i Chatham and J. G. Johnstone' M.L.A.'s. The chairman was Mr J. Mac donald, who introduced the speakers in a few well chosen words. Mr Chatham said it afforded him pleasure to see such a large and representative gathering present. The speaker said one reason of his being here that night was that things were not going too well at the front. He explained the circumstanced that caused the present war, and the only thing we could do, when our liberty was at stake, was to fight for it. We were fighting because a certain tyrant had said an agreement was "only a scrap of paper." Never had there been such massacres in Belgium as were the horrors committed by the Germans, and he never heard of it being equalled in any civi lised nation in the world. He was here to say it was the duty of everyone of us, as...

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 — 4 August 1915

' <"■' sk^-wm i I'M H s Wm. Morgan & Co. 250-G SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE Telephone, 1008. . Established 40 Yeara. TVJAKUFACTUIIERS of Tenta, Tarpaulins, Biek Covers, Flags, •eic.<' Also all of tbo above can be liiiil oil Hire. ■£. Verandah, and Win down Blinds. Importers of Canvas, Duck, Twine, Bunting, etc. 'Reaper und Binder Sheets,' ' COUNTRY ORDERS HAVE SPECIAL ATTENTION. gw *i mmxazrm r,ij.s jcaiaggTC H~ h ^ v e ^ D :« ie ^ : successfully ^gjejat-.' ^'V%exp'^p4enee''^V

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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MEDICINAL PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

MEDICINAL PLANTS. Tiler.,' is sum to bo a .scarcity of mo dicnal plants tlii.v year—especially those yoMr'a oti the ointment. iielladnuna, and I'oxglovo arc three of the principal plants ■ required. Aconite j rwt, although ler.v.used, lias hitherto ' been almost exclusively imported from liermany at a prico at which' it does iiwt 'p;i ylo grow tho plant in Great Uritain. At the present 'price, how ever, ij, would pay to cultivate, it.. In the damp peaty soil of Scotland, it would Rrow": exceedingly woll, as'it i; naturally a plant.of damp peaty..pro- . .-ities. ' ;G'a»iomilo llowors, • foi- our o.iyn supply .of |\\;hich m;q have hitherto fioeii largely dependent upon ' UclBiuni 1 and Franco, grow 'well: 'in any daiiip.' , grassy soil, though; curjumbuc'no.iy.h they form, dpublp. flowers .where, thoro ItJ good driiiiago. '>' Tho flowti's "when open -VcqiKro to oeiprbtbcte'd from' tlia rain and gathered on a dry day; but if this can bo deno in Belgium, the enro and foresight of tli...

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 — 4 August 1915

EiEOESS! 10,000 Gallons® for ONE PENNY Thi3 is the Cost of Pumping 10,000 Gallons of Water with a Bruce & H'Clurc Motor Engine. BRUCE & M'CLURE, STARTS ON BENZINE. RUNS ON KE'ROSEXIi. The Most Economical Running Engine on Earth (or any where else). Two Sizes 4-h.p. & 8 h.p. (Stationary & J'ortable). s Er.glnec-ra & Windmill Walters, Lava Street, Warrnaiibool. (Established 1782) Fjre, acci.oent. Employers' Liability? Workers' Compensation Insurance ACTIVE' AGENTS WANTED Where Not Represented. FULL PARTICULARS FROM SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'3 POULTICE. Can Curj TUBERCULAR JOINTS POISONED SOIIE3, ABSCESSES.. BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAK, WHITLOW, SPRAINS, BURNS, and HAD LEGS. All Uhemiat3—1/0 and U/0. Cumberland Road, Pascoc Va!c. (Near Coburg). DENTO .TOOTH-ACHE STOP liTOPS TH2 PAIN 5.ND CTOP3 THE TOOTH -TOOTH'-A'CH E Jgau-. Enough to Stop 30 Toot!>Aohos .'jSqi-et/o a little of thto Paste into'the bol!e*r (he tomb am! (be ACHE S7W3 IhSrANRV. Jtif...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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EXPLOSIVE DARTS AGAINST ZEPPELINS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

EXPLOSIVE DARTS AGAINST ... ZEPPELINS. Mr It. F.Jlqbcrtsmi , of Dublin lias 'producd an invention designed for llio destruction of .-: Zeppelin balloons, by aeroplanes. •- It consists of a steel dart fitted at its rear with fishhook like pro jections. „ The .dart is hollow, and con tains an. explosive which lnirns with a licrco sharp liaine. Wlien such, a dart is-, dropped. from an tierbplane upon a Zoppolin or other gas .balloon,' . the hooks catch in the fabric after the.point of tho dart has pierced it. and 'the- ex plosive charge is ignited by pullinft backward of a friction detonator. As tho explosion takes placo insido the gasbag, its effects aro expected to bs disastrous.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLONIES IN THE PACIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

COLOFiiES IN THE PACfFIC. Ill the cmu'-o of n paper road before Clio .Royal Agricultural Society on March S, ontilk'd "Kiirojican influence in the 1'acificy', t'jlu-l'Jl I.," Sir Kvcrard i))i Thurn (formerly Lii«i'i commissioner ol tile Western Pacific) .said that he way iii Australia when war was declared, ami oven now he could hardly think calmaly of the outburst, which ho l;new was common to Kcw Zealand, of grim ' delight at (he sudden coming of tlio day which gave A-iistrulians aud New Zealanders the opportunity to wipe out", as they.-.o promptly and thoroughly did, every trace of that invader of the pacific, f whose comparatively recent intrusion tlioy had eyed with deep distrust from the first. , In conclusion, Sir Evorard said that, assuming tlio expulsion of ilia German, from tlio Pacific to ho final, lie hoped that tlio oppji'tunity for readjustment would ho utilised to come to a friendly arrange ment witli bur French allies for the as signment to oho or other of tlio two l...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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SOLDIER CURATE AT THE FRONT. LONDON CLERGYMAN'S NARROW ESOAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

SOLDIER CURATE AT THE FRONT. LONDON CLKIiGY MAN'S NARROW KaaArjsa. Liouteimnt C!ntliljort T. Maclean, who lias l)oon awarded tlio now decoration oi' tlio Military Cross for "distin 11ifillo(1 and meritorious sorvicos" in tlio war, iu believed to bo tho only man who hat) united tho profusions of sol dier and clergyman, following both at t'ho samo timo (nays tho Daily Main). Lieutenant Maclean is enrato to tho rcstor of Nowington, S.13. Ho ia a native of Now Zealand, and wan nn oflicor in tho dominion ariny when ho caino as assistant clergyman to Bt. Mary's, Xewington, about IS months ago. Though lio has boon in tlio pariah only a comparatively littlo wliilo, ovory ono is familiar witli his uthlotic Gft. 2in. figure, and fond •paiishonora 'told a Daily Expross representative liow he always "beamed *"ith kindnoss." Tho llov. "W. ,7. Conybcn.ro, rector of Nowington, paid n notable tributo to Licutouant Maclean'b koonnces as a pariah worker. "IIo was very enthu siastic, and groatly adrni...

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 — 4 August 1915

' FIVE RULES FOR • FORTUNE FIVE HULKS FOU IfOUTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect jour idea.-). Experiment. Tho world is en^or for something new, which, howevor sijjjplo it may !jo, will save J:iIi-;r or oxpenso, or do things bottor. I.ct it be uioro convenient, or promoto pJ*-Mirft—re duco was to. IVopIo nlio handle things ill every dr.y iiho are ilia natural inventors of bolter things, and tho jmtuml capital 's'■% of to-morrow. . Kond tiir? splendid advicc Unit Edison giv03. Loarn tlio p wed lire ns to pa tontinu in the chief countries— then 'so uuro your own Io;;nI monopoly ;or yr-"" n^hLs by Lccviiv.im a patwilw. 2. If tbst workju-'in or foreu./in, or voui ingenious inond fins produced n clever invention,{>ut liiui on tho track of famous und wealthy inventors. Mr K. Townsond, an editor, Bays ol tho "Inventor's Guide."—I tni ro coiniuendinj; it strongly to friends. Boot of the kind I have over seen. Ik should do a lot of good. It ia uu in centive telling him whe;o ho can ob tain tho...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for gt'ftut 6f letters patent, lodged in Lilio following namo.i, have boon accepted by llio Commis sioner, Messrs. 0. 0. Tnrri and Co., patent attorneys, of tho Kinlto, Collins street, Melbourne, havo prepared this report, from the oflicial records:— linkers' Dough Divider.—X'o. 158II: ]T. A. Dawson, New South Wales: To avoid driving tho gases from dough by compression when dividing it for loaves, &«., it is forced by a double-flanged pul ley arid rollers in a continuous stream pat;l a revolving luiil'e. Stump Jump I'lough.—Xo. 11777: F. C. Tulfer ami JI. A. Kngle, South Aus itrwlia: A stump jump plough, in which the draught hanger 3a coaucetcd to a iiprlng-CDntrollod 1 vcr on tbo Imple ment framo, in lieu of to tho animal ovringn. Karth Scoop.—No. 3 -t-185: E.' 0. Mu'lgiy Wcntei'n Australia: A wheeled scoop, iu which n tilting rectanpilir scoop-hopper in suspended from a thioe sided rectangular framo provided Trith tilting and depressing l...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOT RECOMMENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

NOT JIKCOUMKN DBD. There was a terrible commotion in a cosy homo a i'ew days ago. The young liusband had conic liomo with a raging headache, and his lyU'o. was nearly dis tracted with anxiety. .It ivas tho first timo ho had been ill since h>3 wedding a few short weclcs before, and the iirat time the bride had been given a eliauoo to display the nursing ability sho had boasted so much about during their eu gagemcpt. Sho fussed arouudj nibbed his head, palled his pillow, arid swathed' his countenance in bandages, but still ho .groaned dismally. Then sho started after hor doctor's book, ,and:iu a. short timo ^returned- with a dark brown drink that looked any thing but appetising. The young hus band protested against drinking it, but the dgar little Nvomani insiste'd, and fin ally ho gulped it down. : lIo mado a torriblo lace, lio_ gasped,, spluttered, aud shivered over the nau- , ;Mous„doso.r At last ho gasped out: j "What in' the wbvlii are you trying to do. Poison mo " "Why, no de...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHAKESPEARE IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

BUAKESl'KAJlK IN GEItMANY. The funniest ejiisodo of tho war so far lmn been tho formal annexation of Shakonpearo liy Germany. It was ft bloodies.-) victory, Jingland not offoring tho slightest reaistanco. Tho ovent 'vras mentioned in a tlientro of Leipzig be foro the rising of tho enrtain on "Twolfth Night." A special prologue was written for tho historic occasion by ono Krnst Hardt, of Wcimnr, and it iras rccitcd )>y tho Fool in nttondnnco on Olivia. ]t reforrod to Shalcospcaro as a man who "was godhead by his""' works." England was his "first and native home," but that country has now beeomo so " contrnrious" nnd "ab horred," and ho repugnant to his proud, froo-born spirit "that ho doth find him self quite homolosB there," licnco as a fugitivo ho scolts a sec ond lionio in Germany, "which lovos him most of all." And tl)e precious prologue, which ought to find an on during placo in tho world's catalogue of unconscious humor, winds up with tho ard of Avon apostrophising tho count...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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THEY ALL SWIM [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

TIIKY. ALL SWIM Addressing t!io audience, tho lec turer said: "A fivqiicut cause uf drunkonne-s is llio dc&iro to drawn sorrow*. No sor- ■ row can be drownul though, in any :;v,eh way. "JOneo in Palis 1 found a promising young fi'iend staled 011 a cafe terrace swallowing glass al'lcr gin.1!!, of absinth*.' hurriedly. "My boy," 1 cried, "what arc you doing?" "lly young friend made a gesture of I despair, and looking up at mo \vitli bleared' and sorowful eyes, ho said : "I am trying to drown a care that has leuruud to stviie " II l\ WAS IUD. First Man : ''Yes, 1 heard you wos in tli' 'orspital. Was yer very bad?'' Second Man: '•liad:' I should think 1 was bad. Yi'hy a pal of mine i brought mo a bottle of beer, and I couldu't as much us look at it.'' (Perhaps ho shrank from a hair of the dog that bit liini).

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTANCE MAKES A DIFFEEENCE [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

DISTANCE MAKES A DIFFEEENCE Mr. Titus was travelling in Italy*) ami (mo liioi'Jiiiiif was quito surprised to meet souio pooplo from his nativo town. "Why, Mrs. Clarkol" ho cried, "llow do you do? You aro tho last person 1 expected to sco iu Italy." "It it isu't Mr. Titus." oxclaimcd tho lady in surprise. "Yos, wo aro ("pending tho winter horo. You must call oil us often. You know how it is—parsons wo nover think much of at homo soom liko dear frionds whon we mot thom in a strango country."

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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PLANT TISSUES THAT BEAT LIKE HEARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

PLANT TISSUES THAT BEAi LUCE HEARTS. In' roHnin plants (says a \vrttai- in llio' Scicntfic -American) no ob.-ervo what are known as spontaneous move ments Gyrnms (or the telegraph j>l-'n'■) of Tndiiv-is conspicuous exami.le, Tho Intorai i«alU>ls ox«.ei>i«< t<nl-<ating •iiiibnts, which r.ro not inilik" the ryili tnic ■ movement of the heart. i'lfjS< sor J5oso ha" studied curious phen omenon, and finds tlmt it has morn titan a superficial tost>;nl>Iriiic<> to the boating of wireline tissue. The wonla obtained show that ibe rythmic tbsue.s of tlio plant nrr extraordinarily similar to ilinsc of tbo animal. fiy aj1 j■ Ii cation of ligature. th« pulsation of tlio lioarl iVarrosted; 11 similar ane.t oc curs ill flit- telegraph |-I;irjt by the pro per application of bgatuie. Cold lo'.v crK "tho 'frequency oT a f rogs heart boat;, it al«o lower-- tin' frequency of the tele-, graph plant.-, puliation. Kiv of t.'in pe/aim...

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 — 4 August 1915

LINES THAT AKE SELLING. Fresh home made BUTTER, 2s lb, guaranteed first class Buttcv, second grade, from Is 8d lb MARGARINE Is lb. LARD Is 5d lb 1 lb packets GREEN PEAS 6d 1 lb dried APPLES la Kice, Sago, Tapioca, etc., • At Melbourne Prices delivered to your door Vienna SAUSAGE 10jd lb Onions and Potatoes at current rates TH^SE will give SATISFACTION •^PRESSING S Ar. J. RICHENS, Sutcessor to W, E, 0. "Wilson, ' HAIRDRESSER A .TOBACCONIST, Hall fet., Cressy, op. Mason's Store. ■V) LGta to announce that he has in Stock a large assortment of all J) Hie leading brands oi Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes, &c., &c. pipes in endless variety. Cigarette and Cigar Holders, ^ Tobacco Pouches, &c. JVatchee, Chains and Guaias, while any tiling in the Jewellery line obtained on Die shortest possible notice. Wo any-lie-to-get-you-in policy with me, and No jolly-glad-to-get-out feeling with you. CALL AMD INSPECT. J. PROWSE & SONS, Carpenters Blacksmiths & Windmil...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

FOR WOMEN (Ity "Anibrofiine.")' Some Household Hint*:— The most obstinate ; spots .'Of grease, \nr, or wheel grease, which yield to , nothing else, may lie removed hy np plying a feiv dropscf eucalyptus oil and j rubbing slightly. Thoro is no danger ol injuring tlx; most delicato fabrics. I Tlio oil will ;> 11 evaporate in a short time, leaving no trace. An npplitM tioii of talcum powder or French chalk will hasten the process. To <Ks(> rabbit Stretch ' aiid tack it down on a board (lur down^ wanK); then v. till a rag demist* it, cov er tli') skin with acetic aeTTI, when'all offensive fmell will ho K(jno. P"'- ^J19 skill (while still on Ui'o hoard) ■ in' the open iiir-slill hotter, in tho sun till dry. . '' • 'M j Gold jewellery enn he cleaned beauty 1 fullv in tlio following way.—Wash it first of nil in warm soapsuds to which > 'a few drop of ammonia have been ad ded ;;iliakc off tho water, and lay .the. ijewellory in u box of huwdust. I his method Icnvos no m:i...

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