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PRESERVING FRUIT WITH HONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 18 August 1915

PRESERVING FRUIT WITH HONEY. Fruit preserves ;11jii jjiin cm lie iikhIc wiill llftllO.V ill of bllglir ill UlO followyi;; manner: - . Preserves, f'..1,1 '.Method : -Jteiuoyo . ,-tlio >.fnlk* from fruits Mich as jjriipc-v, cherries, damson:?. gooseberries, rasp berries, strawberries, or other small fruits. Sec that they aro perfectly sound and free from blemishes or mois ture voi Uio outside. 1'ut llioiu in jars, and jitmr cold extracted hoiiey over tlioiii until covered. Jlorinolit-silly seal.: tho jars without boat, ahil the fruit will keep for mouths, "Warm Method:—i'reparo tlio 'fruit in tho same way and pack in jars with out bruising. lUake a syrup'in the proportion of •)IIi honey to ono pint of. good vinegar (jnal't or honey'vinegar ' is best), and a<Ul spices to suit tlio taste. JJoil tho Syrup'for 20 minutes ikijn carefully, and pour boiling hot over tho fruit and seal at once. • It will keep good for years. Jam: Proceed in tho ordinary way, using lib -oz of hon...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MULCHING FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 18 August 1915

MULCHING FRUIT TREES. Tiio valtio of iin uuiiunl mulching-ol nil quarters devoted to ticca ia not al u'ava jjppivcintod. A co;nmon sight at this timo of year among ajnateurs and coltnj;o yardeners is h quantity of loose manure lying on tho gtound to bo in timo dug into tho ground with tho spade. This uso of tho spado is very harmful in two ways; in tho first plaeo, tho surfaco roots of tho treoa aro very inudi injured, and in tho sec ond placo tho tuuiing up of tho soil at this timo of tho year makes it vory loose, mid tho roots nro liablo to sulfor if tho summer should be diy. In tho case of rnspborries, or, in fact, nny of ou,- husli fruits, iT tTiei jsurfaco feeding routs arc injured in this way tho harm done i very great. No doubt tho,. grower, after ho has dug in tho man ure, views with kh( isfaotion tho tidy oppenrnneo of the quarter devoted, it mtiy be, to raspberries, gooseberries or currants, little recking of tho many valuable feeders that he lias mangled tho result of whi...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRESSY STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 18 August 1915

•REttY STOCK SALK. Mflrty «mI O*. n+ojik:~ We Held our uaual monthly gale Jot stock at Cr*«ij on Friday, jjaly 80th, when we yarded 1345 ihaep and 58 head cafctla, and re fart a r*08t successful sal*!, rrarytkiag yarded bein? quickly dJapeead of andsr the hammer, a«me buyers being unable to All •their requirements. We had e Jarge aad reproaeatatire attend aaca #f bayera preaent from tha aarraaailiag district. Theda«mnd far bafch> skaep and cattle was rary kaaa.aad tka price obtained /•rweaaeiw feeing eaaily a record Jar Craajr. Oar aalaa were as 'fallaWs r^-Sheep—ll fnt ewes 1 jt old S9s 9d, IS aged fat ewea J|a fd, 50 marina wethera 24», t| 4Hee «vn 8ti id, ISO merino $#<ei, 4 yra, lambing to Linoola rams 2t«, 81 ubk ewea in bmb ta lerasr Laicaitor ram* 28a, M 3M*rit3o ewes, 4 yra, la Jtntb ta EJnaala* 23a 94, 71 ohk welhera 4 fin lia td, 1st enta! msriffl* | «M 111 «d, «lo. llafd, 3» fat <*—9 U* U i* tSt Iota), j Mi efck wecoen aiw*& aeeea 2ite.! 3...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 18 August 1915

COMMONWEALTH'*1 PATENTS. Applications-tor grant, oi letters pat ent, Jrxl^i <i in tin; following tiitnic.-. have been :t<■<■<>](i.il by Commi' sioni'i. .Mr:.1-:', U. (i. Turri and Co.. patent, aUorjn'.vs. oi (hi! I;i:<11o, Collins Stn/i/(, -M"I bounie. have prepared tlii i report Iroin t i: e official retold , ■ I'ori;ibit- Haulm:/, Anchor, 10-71. J. M. Hosan, ■3v-liiir;a, \* i <• t< i citi. --A portable )i;nilili;j (b'vici* lor boj;;;od motor ears. ct"., is Jsitj\ i< 1'■<< with v.ind inK drum Mill ratchet. lever, it11 JiHii'd to ;i hinged anchor plate or hook whi<'!i is made lit en11'[• (lie ground, tin: uhol'j altair licim; compact, poweiinl mid itifxpeiiMvc. Ijn(in* ior in.ii sii.-ivm;',., i— K. t'otfnrd :ind .Maiiieu ftradiin;.; as K. CottanI and ( jr.) !•'j-nncc.- A I111;o lor 1 ueni:i;i; iron .sliavin;.1;-; or ".draw iron" from n rotating liar which is *•...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOME REPARTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 18 August 1915

SOME Ttl'il'AItTEE. A h']f;c-kco[ior employed at nil Old ham mill, who is noted for his roportoo met his mateli Ilio oilier morning dur ing (lie following dialogue :— "Js tlier .'in opening tliia morning?" asked ii smart-looking Jml na lio poorotl through tho window. "1 npl.ed I ho lodge-kcopcr, "tJi( r<> is .-in opening to everythinf.;,. J,'ink ut summer, it opens with u spring; look ;it ;i river, it opens with a spring; liook :it a lady's piir-ri}, it opens with a spring." "Ave'' s aid the hid, "Unit is so. Timo flic.i, hut wine vaults, acid drops sul 1 f»iittr springs, jam roll'-, grass slopes, and music >t;jn<Js ; Niagara Falls, moon light walks, hlieep inn, Kent liops, and holiday trips; scandal spreads, stand ard weights, seamlal spreads, india-rub ber lyres, tho organ stops, and tho world goes round." The lodge-keoper put his hond in at tho window and remarked: "And marble husts." As si. /inn Iho extraordimirj Jrop in ostrich values, .1 South Afric...

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, AUGUST 18 [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 18 August 1915

CRESS'S, WEDNESDAY,AUGUST 18 Australians generally have not yet felt the financial pinch*which ■war must bring. The widespread and long continued drought would have caused far more acute suf fering than it actually produced had the world been at peace. As a first result of the great struggle thousands of our young men en listed, thus preventing what would have/been a terrible glut in the labor market; and Great ■Britain advanced a loan , of £24,000,000, the expenditure of which kept many of our facto ries running for juBt as many hours a week as workers could and would remain at their poBts. It would be criminal foily to for get that the loss of many of our bravest is ultimately far graver than the loss of cash, it would be absurd to overlook the more prosaic truth that, though the borrowing of money from abroad creates present prosperity, the payment of interest tends to in tensify any future depression. But all that admitted, the main statement that we have not yet felt the financ...

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 — 18 August 1915

FOR " WOMEN ' (I!/ "Ainhrosinu.") u;i^ "I"-" 110 littl., child »,,,| "'It without a vnil. J, '"-day, and |"lid,; lo justify it from tlic .st.imlpoint ,.i out us I'll a'. Llio .skin j, the protection tinijj | tain points in its favor. golden rule J t,?r <»<lch till! skill 11 >1' M,|||N lilt I'! tinio Ij(-f«,]■.- j;(iiiirr out ,'in'I alter ,,, j "l- ,s >«<>st important, I there (.-nil I,,, no doubt thai llio com- j """'1 nursery illicit (,r i-rniMiin;; ,j„, l.tlle t.-n-f-s just b.-io)t)i,,v- ;;o olU. is ! re>pwiMblo lor of mi.-.- | ehlcl. Instead of tin'::, when the « ind | is v>,r.v colli, or jf t]jo .jiii],l j,, to „„ .'1 iiiiii or i„r instance. a really 'pood civ;im should In- rubbed in. j,,-,, |j,,, tiniest film of it, ;,!!,] afterward.., :i tiny application ,.f j, hi sfi.v powder made, this being removed ever «,o gently in its turn with rot toil wool. In I th;s way mi .■iTet>Ui;i] protection ni]| ;,e given. On coming in, if 1 J(I...

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 — 18 August 1915

1 . . SPRING IS COMING . . So is our Spring Pattern-Book . With 400 Samples of the latest and best Suit Suitings,, and my Prices are the lowest in the trade, whilst the fit' is guaranteed. Don't forget to look at the 20 Children's DreBBes.asthe time is limited, and prices are lower from to-day. Four Remnants in velvet will suit somebody—2 6-8 yd grey cord at 4s 6d yd for 8a ; also blue cord, ?iavy plain, and black plain;' the Cressy General Store. j- i4se.lv - B &• BBS SING O °M J. RICHENS, Successor to W. R. C. Wilson, HAIRDRESSER * TOBACCONItT, jfclall St., Cressy, op. Mason's Store; J/VklJAIbLcj iDEGS to announce that he has in Stock a large assortment of all JL> the leading brands of Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes, &c., &c. Pipes in endless variety. Cigarette and Cigar Holders, Tobacco Pouches, &c. WatcheB, Chains and Guards, while anything in the Jewellery line ofctaijyed on the shortest possible notice. ' No any-lie-to-get-you-in policy with me,...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALLIES RECOVERY AT YPRES. ASPHYXIATING GASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 18 August 1915

ALLIES RECOVERY AT YPRES. A.Sl'iJYXIATJNC; CASKS. W.th the aid di'.ii method oi n in i!, re up tn now novit employed by nations •sudiciently civilised io consider thein eel\ e-, botind by intorn*i i.:u:inI agree ments solemnly j-nlifted Liy ihcmseJiv.:, and favored by iiie atmospheric condi tions, thy Herman;, in April put into effect an athrk ivliieli Ui«y !:<ul r-vi deiitk; contemplated and prepared for j-onie timo. Jtofure Uio "battfo (wrill'K "Kjr"? Witness') rnij- lin^j in IJiis quarter ran ' from the cross-roads at liioodseimle, nasi, 111' Zonm bck.- mi ilu, Ypro-. Mors ledu itoad, Jo tho eio:.-,-rt»;uJ:i half milo north of Si. J alien, on tin? Vjnvr, Poeloapello li oad. roughly following the crest of what • •, known as tho, Grr.f.-n slatol Hidge, 'J 110 French prolong vd tho Jim; west of tho Yprc.s-lVirJeiipelli! J{o:id. nhonco their trenches ran rotuid the north of ),an^emarck to l;llceu.. on tlio Ypeiloo Cannh ;-,,'nic covered by .tlio .lU'lrek' is t!"!7t»' betwe...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 18 August 1915

OF RURAL-INTEREST (By' "Kualiotu.") AtijjUHt brings readers „f tli'is" popor0 still '' improving 'prospects.'' Oil ; «vcry sido tlipro is promise of a. km . boh iriiicii will equal any thul thin fav ored district has known, and which will do much to compensate for (lie lean :'. year just; passed through, Tho hnr- j rest bids fair.to .be a,bumper mm, mul thoro is no reason to doubt tliaL prices | will bo good. Grass ;i; coming on . splendidly, the gonial spring weather already, experienced having donu won- I ders ill promoting; growth. '1],,. ,|j|. ficulty Ls to tecuro tiio stock lo 'disposo .of.it, Hotli Federal and Slato (;„v , ernnicnts appear to ho ,-ilivo to tho need "for looking ahead in the matter oi providing facilities lor handling till, harvest. 'fiio necessity lor special ar rangements being made to fill tin- pla cck--o1 -th» men who a/o lighting the Empire's battles is recognised and it is hoped that some adequate measures will bo inken to e;,stire there being no lack of ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAISING HEIFER COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 18 August 1915

RAISING HEIFER COWS. 'J'lio records of two liurds of (luiry cows owned by two neighbors funiisli .'i striking example of I lift utility ol tho dairy records to the man who real ly H'ant.> to build up a good herd, Tho first limit lias boon cow-testing for four years, and lias .selected bis cows care fully, studying tlicir various preferen ces and capacities, each ono a.s jiji in dividual, He raise:i heifers from liis best cows; four two-vcar-olds gave last year an average of 7, LI 1 lbs of miik, while It is bold of ten gave an aver ago of V,(N) lbs mil!-: and 2'A> lbs fat. Tito neighbor thinks it simpler to buy just wluit ."ows. lie eiin ; be does not raiso uny calves. Last year bis nino cows, all upwards of six year,-, old. except two heifers, gavo an ;nor»go of only -I,U-J0 pounds of ni'lk. 'I bis only just about ono ] 1 n 1 f as much milk per cow as in the first herd. The best cow gave only fi.Il.j.j pounds, ies-s than (Ito average of the foiir heifers ill the firsfc herd. H...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOD FOR FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 18 August 1915

FOOD FOR FOWLS. Uimic.stic fowls, in their oftciitimc* narrow limits of confinement, do not enjoy tlio opportunity to indulge in the niiturnl lialiit of ttio poultry race in eating tho food given them. Some considerable ju> 1111 r_\- keepers endeavor to approach (is iii'iiriy a:, may lie con venient to the- hotter modes ol feed ing, mill furni h a varied supply of food to llicir fowl slock , as near as uatuio demands for tins comfort of their fowl, artificially eared for. lint a fowl iu its natural statu forages over a large extent of feeding ground, ''"id picks up and devours, llio grains, buds, berries, leave., gra^s, insects, etc., lei suri'ly, and never crams itself or over feeds. Such fowl:; arc rarely or never ill, for to free digestion may he att: i hiiti.d much of the good condition and regular healtli enjoyed by the wild bird-, or tlio tame one. at liberty. For these reasons, fowls in confinement ■should not only he supplied with plenty of food at proper intervals, hut i...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
False Trade Description MANAGER BLAMED [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 August 1915

False Trade Description .UAXACiER IJLAMIil) William IT. Murray, licensco of Uio Central Club ilotcl, Swan fttrc-ot, «ns fined £10 with £1/1/ costs, at the Rich mond Court oil Monday, lor having np plicd a falso trade description to n bottle. Mattlieu l,eck:e, Ji'jiior inspector. said iliat In: visited 1111 k>t'I on .Time !7, and examined a 1 ><<) t ] i • sihich »as labelled "Wolfe's Schnapps.'' As a fact. ,the eontents were of a dilforent ap pearance and aroma to Wolfe's ■Senapps. and an Knal.v.sis disclosed it to lie deficient in proof spirit, and grav ity. .Defendant admitted llic oH'eilee, hut said that, the real Maine v J', mi a man ager lie had piling in chargo of the hotel. H0 had now dispensed with the manager.

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 — 25 August 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST I (% "Kusticu*.") H'v Ulet that, ex'copt 0I1 t|1(, £-;astcl:n Ill" war is inamlf conducted f-m-Iiov .-Hid that cavalry have bcc, t •'«''«'» '.;i- horses cn-ider. ?''I> bryoild what expected. I"''1''"""- „II tl,0 A,ctralian ure "U* >'> Tli,.,.. has wen Mm,,, anxiety i„ i|lw r/nited on wcr.unt oi i!,» (r> Ku(. »l>- «* « ieM.lt of the war demand. :'„,d * >'"I<on. on the J-o.iLir,,, oi /lairs 1(„s he«i i-«„ed hy lho ,lllrl.:in u[ . "^Ir.V at W.,,hmKt<JI1. ,,rV)1M s lu '' _lu l^eembor inclusive. j, 1U> J'fui1-, ,.1,000 lior.scs ivoro os,];,;(.<■<' t» tfurup* from (flg (;ill-|(!d thorn ands )la(| k! loprosciitatives of tho belligeram 7n .Smoe tho,, j,„,(■!,asos l,av» l.,^„ Ko'»!i on on .-dim,st thy miuiu Male. ■I hero 'lot's not. apJH.ar l0 ho ;|„V jm_ ltu (I""Kcr of such .sales causing any Mctuo shorlago of horsos 'in r;l ,f* Tic 1010 census "live 7.-v th„ number 0f Jioi-sc-s 7,ot -in r.m„, "nd there ha i ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 August 1915

IF YOU'RE GOING IN FOR POULTRY RAISING IT is written by one of the world's foremost experts on the raising of chicks—a man who know.1; from actual experience how to succeed in tlu: poultry business. He tells ho'.v lie hit upon the idea of the moistened saint tray—one exclusive fea ture of "PRAIRIE-STATE" INCUBATORS which ensures hatching a larger number of strong, chicks that live, thrive, and grow into money-earning fowls. It's freo for tho asking—wrllo for It. J. BARTRAM & SON HX 586 Bourko St., (Ylolbourno. vigorous

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XIII. THE GUESTS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 August 1915

CM A1TISR XII1. rriR g pests aiuuvjc. (Jnmp.'inr ;it 'ihoixiala Park Unwed in —perhaps, at first, it might ho moro accurate to say (hat it trickled in, s» few were the earliest arrivals, hilt nlter wards tliu Mippl.v became, numerically tiponUiriE:, about oricinl to the demand. Aflor nil, tho hospitality or' an carl and a countess so rich and so well-coiriider <"d is pretty Miro to be accepted by a considerable number ol' persons. Lady | I'iminy had conic, and had brought hoi" | tliroo. pretty d.niglitem, givng up her lodsinp;'. in Halt Moon St root, somewhat to tho dismay of those disappointed ' damsols , Trim fa 11 art though their pros peels i» lit'o had been ruthlessly blighted by tho curtailment. ol' their trip to glor ious London, .Hut Lady I'iminy bud sons as well ;is miuriaKoahlc datiKhlers. and it war, on behalf of dear, stalwart .stupid Kdward. and of florid Augustus, down in Warwickshire, that :he had made haste (o comply w(ih Iho siim moiii of her far-awny cou...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]ET HUNTER S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER XII. (Conti[?]d). [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 August 1915

JET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. (BY IRWIN OLARKE.) C HAFT F.I! -VII. (,Conli*n«H). "Nic» Ut,U» «rih~tidy littU box, <!''■ Sir H.?" asked th« ruffianly >nm.tei o' th« horel, jealously oy«'iie h'* tor, as if to nolo tli® bisti* <>t' Unit his in or# reJinod assoc.ats found it -w hard to r'oprei*. "N«t quits up to the mark of your swell house in Urdu Park, tlioiiu.1i, and not good ♦nouuh tor a watcher or a pis feeder on your Moit mui*. property. Yet, it'* what. 1 te com* to. No on# know*, rrhat )ir mar torn# to, Sir It. Mortmain, hatouot, - does he n'.m ? Who chu tell nlial might lmppon to Tutirseh ? 'I he colls at Millbank and PortUnd ar<> trim und kept well white-washed, to he and the beds are of good cocoa-nut tibie, and the giuol, a"'J tll# u"(1 t'"' wild "tin »isht ounces of inent fi«» f'"111 lioni;—— but von look <piit<> pal". fc"' not ill T hope?" 'Hierswas a malignity in 'he man >■ 'manner that intentionally offens i...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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ARRIVAL AT AUCKLAND. SCENES AT THE STATION. CHEERS AND SILENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 August 1915

ARRIVAL AT AUCKLAND. SUKX^.S AT Til 10 STATION. C1112KK8 AND SILEN'CE. '■ Well, t hopo tliOHo people will cheer today, if Ihey never eheor again in their livcB." "Do you.' J lioj)0 they don't; it will In: too Mild for eheoring." This scrap of conversation, overheard in the crowd which waited at thu Auck land railway station for thu coming ot' ithe ^hospital train, may perhaps bo taken as an indiculioti of tho feelings of those who witnessed t.lio arrival and welcoming back to Auckland of heroes from the* Dardanelles!. Tho people cheered tIiomi moil who were able to hobble to the motor-cars providod for tlieni, but when tin) nick men on tho stretchers were carried pasl, it. wan loo sail. Tho cheering brokn off suddenly, mid in (lie absolute fiileneo which fol lowed, women, sobbed oponly, and men's faces hardened:iri tho effort of self-control. At, a quarter-past two (hero was a dejise crowd round tho ntation. Hats were waved and handkerchiefs fluttered, ami an each carriage pasned wi...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 August 1915

E. R. DAVIS, Saddle, Collar & Harness Makers CRESSY. SADDLERY of Every Description made on the Premises at Moderate Prices. Collars a Speciality. Repairs Neatly Executed. Splendid Assortment of LADIES' and GENTS' BOOTS and SHOES always on hand. 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. . Tyres and Tubes Stocked. iltllllli , 1 1 \ J „ r ^ DON't SEND AWAY FOR yOOR ^ M:h PRINTING! WE WANT YOUR ©Hit we print; • - t ->-rKyUtf J * byhrtthiho YOU wakt. --rFtfTCpy?'^ IROM A SMALL VISTING CARD ' * "•}«" TO A LARGE POSTER. om prices &m ■" '• w.v;3£ *. workhmskip::; Will compare with anything in tlio State. SEND ALONG- YOUR NEXT ORDER.* Keep Your Money in Your Town. ARE YOU A ^ SUBSCRIBER ? THE Plillll CIRCULATES OYER EVERY PORTION OP TfHE DISTRICT. A Good Advertising Medium. Subscription: 2s Per Quarter. THH PIOHBER! Newspaper and General Printing...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPRESSIONS OF WAR. INDIFFERENCE TO DEATH. MEN WHO DO NOT CARE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 25 August 1915

IMPRESSIONS OF WAR. 5xdm',einoxcj'i to dkatit. hex who do not cark. Strangely difforont, accounts nro given' by tho inon of thoir own fooling in warfaro. Bomo spunk of tho fighting with feelings of horror that they can not disguiso, porno regard it as .just fjucor e^pnrionce, anil Home speak eager ]y about it as a splendid adventure. Tho slaughter mado sonio men sick, and others it mado angry, and somo simply didn't caro. Vrivato C. TJ. Leo, of Maslerton, is cno of Ukjho who didn't fare. That terrible -SiJi of May, when most of tho men got thoir wounds., iff vividly enough impressed on. his mind, tint ho I speaks of it without oxcitnnicn.t. "it's very dangerous, but T didn't mind it imieli—honestly, J d/dii'f. Going over on tho ship was worse tlian Iho fight ing. In the fight von know what voir'vo got to do and you do it, and that's' about all I here is to it. "The Xew Zcalanders fought all right out there. There were a feiv that worn a bit weak iri iho heart at first, but afterward...

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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