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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

Imllon Catholic--lt Sunday in the nmoth--I1nss at Lilydale, 9,, itL chain 11; 2nd Sunday,' Itingwood 9, Iilydale 11 ; 3rd Sunday, Mitchanm 9, Lilydule 11; Ith Sunday, Croy don 9 Lilydale 11, Church of England-Lilydale 11 l 7 p.m.; Vering 3 p.m. Methodist Church--Iilydale, 11 and 7; \\'andin , ~i3 d 7; Seville, 11; Grunyre 3; Evelyn 3; Yering, 2.30. l'resbyteri-l Church--Lilydalc 11 and 7, Croydon 3; Rlingwood 7 p.m. B1aptist Church-Lilydale 11 and 7.; licuioi ill 7.30; Croydou 7. Church of Christ--Croydon 11 and 7 p.m. 1 Salvation Army-Lilydale 11 a.tm.:; Ylarra Junction 3 pI.m.

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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WARBURTON. Bazaar Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

SWARBURTON. -oo00 Bazaar Notes.-A feature of the Bazaar was the splendid band of lBaz--aa.r was the splendid ba.d of 'woman helpers wlho managed var: "'us departcmnt. Careful organiaisa Lioen was the secret, of triumphant cifort ,aud great credit. is due to the hon. organising secretary, Mrs 'TrLeacy, acnd her committee. The fol lowing is a list of ladies who wor ked steadily and successfuJly thro ughout the week : - Bachelors' Stall -Mrs Yarra, Misses Perkins, Dunn, Cherry and Kelly; Bran Dip--lis ses Crooin and Oaikley; Sweet Stall -Misses Olive Collings and ivy lirowne; Fancy Stalls :--Mesdames Anderson, Collings, Story and Tre acy; Crockery Stall (t.lasswpare chinaware, ornamental materials) Mesdames Litlgow, \\instanley and iiowe; Produce atall-3lesdames Vei yes and Clough. Besides these stalls in the maia hall there was con ducted a quite extensive tea and supper room in the lower regions presided over by 31esdanes llaig, Legge, 31'Ciorv and Message and Miss Stock. Besides the...

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VALEDICTORY. MR. WATT ENTERTAINED BY SOCIAL CLUB MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

VALEDICTORY. aIlt. WATT ENTERTAINED JBY SOCIAL CLUB MEMBIIERS About 50 members of the lily da(lo Literary and Social Club at tended at the club's rooms on Mlon day night., the occasion of a smoke night and presenltation to Mlr J. I1. Watt, the president, who is lea ving Lilydale for Warraonl. Dr It. E. Short occupiejd the chair, and referred in patriotic terms to the lirst torast of the evening, 'The King,'" which was enthusiastically and loyally honored. "The Empire" wals proposed by Mr Janson, who touched on the present crisis, and the tremendous extent and importance of the great British Empire. lie referred also to ti navy, and mentioned the impressions of a young Lilyda.loite at present in England (Miss Zola Janson) ,on seeing the visit of the 1st Squadron to Eastbourne. 11l felt sure that both the Army and the Navy would uphold their reputa lion in the present as in the pa1st. "The Progress, Association" was proposed by Mr .W1. II. Thomas, tWho traced the history of its for ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

faiesrli 'i LTM Tahits MR L R. M'GREGOR DENTIST, (Late of 123 Collins-street, Melb.) PROGRESS CORNER, LILYDALE. Visits YARRA GLEN every 2nd and 4th Thursday, and may be consult ed at the Grand Hotel from; 2 p.m. till 5.p.m. Residences visited by ap pointment if required, if within rea sonable distance from station. Godfrey & Godfrey SOLICITORS, 325 COLLINS ST;, MELBOURNE HAVE TRUST andOther Moneys to Lend fronm 4 per cent. per an aulm. LILYDALE }DHARMACY. ILY DALE .L HARMACY, F .. . BERESFORD (Successor to J. C. C. Jones) Chemist & Druggist (By Examination) MAIN STREET, LILYDALE. ---x-lr Orders by Post or Wire will receive prompt attention. EALES & MILLER SOLICITOR3. Little Collins St., MELBOURNE And LILYDALE. TELEPHONE 24 17 Money To Lend on Mortgage Mr Eales is a Commissioner for taking affidavits. MODERN. DENTISTRY. R. .WYBNE E. GEO1RGEj DENTAL SURGEON. Of 183 Collins street, Melbourne, WISHES to intimate that he in tends visiting Lilydale regularly every ...

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Colonial Bank of Australasia LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

Colonial Bank of Australasia JIMITED. Authorised Capital £737,931 10 0 Uncalled Capital £193,195 0 0 Paid-up Capital £t39,280 10 0 Reserve Fund, £210,000. .0 A BRANCH of this BANK is OPEN DAILY at LILYDALE. And AGENCIES are OPEN for Gen eral Banking Business as follows: YARRA GLEN, Tuesdays, 10 to 1. WARBURTON, Wednesdays, 12 to 3. HEALESYILLE, Tuesdays, 2.30-4.30 Thursdays, 10.30 to 3. INTEREST ALLOWED on FIXED DEPOSITS as follows: 3 months, 2; per cent. per uaunum. 6 months, 3 per cent, per annum. 12 months, 3. per cent per annum. 24 months, 4 per cent .per annum. By order of the Board, SELBY PAXTON, General Manager. NOTICE I The "Express" Ollice, Lilydale, is now connected by 'telephone, andi instructions re Jub Printing, Adver tising, etc., may b? transmitted by means of this medium. The Numbcr is 21, and a ring will always find us ready to talk'biz.' We've got tho Staff, and the Plant and Machinery, and all we want is work--and plenty of it-to keep us and our presses merrily go...

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A BROKEN PLEDGE [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

A BROKEN PLEDGE THE old adage that "promi ses are,,like pie-crusts-made to be broken," appears to be partictilaaly applicable to the Railway Comlnissioners and their attitude towards the re quirements of this district Two years ago an influential deputation representative of Healeaville, Upper Yarra, Lilydale, Ferntree Gully, and Nunawading Shires urged up on the Commissioners the ifeed of a more liberal and quicker service from the :.City. A sympathetic reply jwas given that the demand could not be conceded without a duplica. tion of the line from Mel bourne to Camberwell, which it was believed would be com menced within two years. Appeased by this assurance, and relying upon the good faith of the authorities, the deputation was well satisfied ,and the districts ;concerned lulled into repose. :The pre scribed period has elapsed, and now comes the rude shock, through the Melbourne press, that "the. Commissioners do not regard the duplication of the line as immediately neces sary." T...

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MELBA VISITS WARBURTON. (Contributed. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

MELBA VISITS WAR-   BURTON. (Conributed. At the invitation of the War-   burton Progress League, Macld ame Melba, accompanied by her sister, (Mrs Lempricr), her son, (Mr Armstrong) and his wife, and her manager,".Mr Lamone, visited Warburton on the 5th inst. and opened a bazaar in aid of the Fire Brigade Station and Band Rotunda. At the railway station a num ber of local residents met the great singer, and speeches of welcome were made by ;Mlr Lith gow, president of the shire, and Mr. Freeman, president of the Progress League. Madame was then driven to "Hill Crest " where her party and several local people were at the invitation of Mrs. Bradley, entertained at luncheon. Madame, who was in the best of health and spirits, told, during luncheon, many amusing stories of her 'experiences in " Adieric'a anid elsewhere. At i.15 the party in carriages decorated with cam- elias and wattle blossom were driven to the Mechanics Hall, where an inspection of the var- iou...

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MOUNTAIN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

JIMOUNTAIN L)DIT't'R1ICT AiUOCIAJ TION. Olinda beat. BUelgrave, -i1 to 3-5. Ilonbulk v Ferny 'CGek? at Flruny Creek; resulted in a win for ~Ion bulk, 1-7 to 0-4. This is the Iirst occasion that Ferny Creek have been defeated on their-own ground since a football club was formed there bonf4; 7 or 8 y~-ars ago. Mlonbulk now heads the premiership list. Wandin v, Seville, played on Mr R. Reid's C,;{und on Saturday last. Wan din 5-6, teville 1-9. ,th __;

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'HODDLES CREEKS' WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 14 August 1914

Hoddles Creeks Wants Sir,--Tll is s urprising what tolit. ical slite will lead sonic peoll to sav. as in. ta:lwed by '"Jrov'rocss" 'i his letter in your ii.'c s of July 31st. savi ng. i'1 thie lloddles C(reCek leo plle want ;I good riid. let iltjill Iiih a, representative into the tcolnll<' 'who will. not advoeate :t roald t1at is lolver at an the creek cllose hy.' "Progress," surely kniwas lthat wat. r ivill always jilli inl th' lowest, (iii i iil, and if .?s tie s:a1,. the roait hlwer btilmi tile creek. it ou li Ic, 'le bed of the creek. I alin freqiIllt ly over thi road, and know pierfectly well that, in times of flood ipor thions of the road, hlut ionly polurtins. are ullnder water. but .given a cou pie of uine days, the water draItins off into the creek. whitch doent liook as if the road was tihe lower. linfor tunatel,: thie water leaves a. legayov behind it. in the shale of imud uni. hoiles, which would lnot, he the ease if the road were properly mnet-llhd. Tlhe gri...

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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

RINGWOOD MARKET. I). (l. ::\'(ilellantd and Clo. a'cpori- Markel'againl this wcelk well sulp Jiele iii :1(l cJ~issc.. eiirl fomJiljei lieui ýomi fu be Itlrini silowviugl 1 001(11 1111 I'~sa.little *eais r. eX4 Cept~iig 84 u(kei~s. which sold *wetl. ~tittiii in iii It ii ino c is ~cr.ltoii .ii. \liiic" I- it tIeI to . s:i slniekngin hies, 'iiiiitc iia l-lu I.: s stiiwr :N to i-. uce I(Is teto l(iuipf ~hail Irep (oi illar Ire

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B. Division—9 holes [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

1; 1iA' iciun-J- Iiolv ' (C. ý. O'Brien 51-1O-11 1u1.. 1 Ilurk li"L-`_'--J2 Bi. skid u+,-7 "18 *I*". :\iaddison 70--20--SO Ir. WI Sil 0(3 t--1(G-50 \v. C;. Pettit i-1+u

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MR. A. H. WILSON'S TROPHIES. A. Division.—18 holes [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

MIL A. II. WC1LSON'S TItW'IIES. A. 1)ivisiou.-t$S holes A, 'IL 3lupliy- 1;8- 0-88 J.: ItuObrtson lOG-I 1--:h2 F'. B3. Lithgow 102-- 9-93 Dr' "ynic 100-- (-91 J. 11. Watt 109--L"1-95 .1. Be'll 109-12-97

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MR. L. R. M'GREGOR'S TROPHY. Ladies.—9 holes. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

MB. L.. B. MC ItE(~ul'O i'BI OllIV. La3 -9 lutlcs \Mrs A. Bi. l3ulij11i} Ii-10 j5i Mi's M. C'. ]lilttuul G"--7 \I20 ; lcivid 7s- (--,8 M i.- l.. 'I'a.Vku l1-b-:i M~r Ovrriuen 7 10-02

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B. Division—9 holes. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

.I:. J )iiswi 'J itc It, Black (I1-18- 16 'V. it. C'unviuk i,1--IU-l7

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GOLF. Lilydale Club. AUGUST MEDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

GOLF. Lilydale Club. \. I ivi-luji- \Icu.1 Th w c-. licv. IL *.\l. .Dtiiii 9I-1 -81S .I, Ilulicrtsou 1 It- ) 1. A. II. JMurply$3 0 --S I'. II. \Vji(hll uv9 10 --I 1 C. a. lb sr((1) -0 9 Ic" A. E. tViyIL 300- 0-91 0. 11 ilnu I 1-1 -9.

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AMERICAN FARM LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

AMERICAN FAIM LAND. According to a recent census, the land area in crops in the United States whore aoreagoe was given was 311,000,000 acres. This is about 16 per cent of the total land area, or about 27 per cent, of the estimated po tential tillable area of the United States, excluding foreign possessions. In other words, for every 100 acres that are now tilled, about 375 acres may be tilled when the country is fully developed. In the development of the agriculture of the country, the lanud which was most easily brought into a state of cultivation, as the great Mis sissippi Valley, was the first to be brought into such use. Extension of tilled area will be at greater expense for clearing, drainage, irrigation, etc. The increased production of the fu ture will be the result of increased yields per acre as well its extension of area.

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HUNTING. YARRA GLEN AND LILYDALE. HOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

HUNTING YAltlA. GLEN ANI) L LYJ)ALE. IOUNDI)S. '11e Yarra Glet and l.ilvda'.e Ihunds npt at Ctl'lstre1.u o0t' ,lon day; and altlhough lhe wlaeder coin ilitins were roust unfa vor°bl, fur l1unt1ing1 a lairl g'?1d run r08ll tld. A cast 01(s Ihjis. naude in \lurh.lirs' 1 aid' (3. oltpitie t o uil.e cotllagtii, and (in10t51 iuniediatloly thil h?ualts pioclllhmed a liud. 1(1( 110.1 ill i- ni rthc rly directlion in IIllt'l'. tl1.e 11 I ll( aii I rug11' h1are. ( 1"t( i'iaeliiig the railiva.y li( Jul?~s dull bled 1)1ck, (1l(d thou 1"111 a ,i" ..Ss i1t1o .\luirpihs' ho(ne 0add.llck, .iind aflter rInling 1 close t io the 10 o1iui d l. 5lic st\'llg to. the 1tl1, r'trn aS.e1 tilt! railva'.y line, 1and retiurned t the atouti11g 11(11t. .\g.iu rt w1a15 -t go iig, 1i1 It uiiils 11(a \ iirkilu .u di'r great dillicultlos, and coullll not hI(ld tie lhine of 5te1t tl'( liial dist al0ce without bleiing at 1iauil. 'Thiis lile the luil'e r' i 11to iiuiple's, aild s?iinigiiig to the' '.glit C'rossedl he Y...

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FOOTBALL. YARRA VALLEY ASSOCIATION. THE FINAL WON BY MILLGROVE [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

FOOTBALL. * " AIlIR VALL-TY AASOC1A1TIO()N. TITlE ;F NA\ r, WON lY 1ILL,,( rOV]E iTho ( wa',s Inot i veiry large I ten dthiice at. thtie-()ind. ova1. Lilyvdle. oni S 3u1'rd:lyi. when i lhe iin it g:nue waily lalyed Iet.weenl illgrove and .xciting ra-,hl y four iinti.:,_ At, .Yrl:ra (len. the former winiinig an " alr-timn Rliligrove had a suil)-t'in tial Icad and looked easy winineris, butl the Glen iult in :1 great el'ort a.nd turned the ispe(iCt oif 'I lhe gaime comlletely, at one :eriod being only one point behind. ('redit is due to both sides, beut, for their gS.ur up hill ligiht the (len biys deserve a lib eral miesatiie of prd(ie. Shortly after the bounce. lyali and (;outrbtlyv for the Glen were awa.r "ded free kicks, and the ruish wa:s rc lievedI liy G. I)enchiv. Wa\idiui sent forwaird. Ibut (!Cook end Joues C:izne to lthe rescue. Thack again, andl G. ])enehy mairked from :lFraser, tad scred firstl poinit for \lillgrove. (le suents anld lii.tui-for the Glen did good defence wo...

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RAILWAY MEN FAREWELL STATIONMASTER. PRESENTATION TO MR WATT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

RAILWAY MEN FAREWELL STATIONMASTER. l'Jil-.J,;N TAT ION 'TlO Ill WI ATTl '\At thi l.ily\dnle Hotel : on ''ritd l eveninii.I lst abiout .10 inilw'ti.y ci pl\y'ees cilcoiiiiectl. with tile .i'lyhJ.l1 rail.iy slatioi tendered n. sninolk ni. hll. ; dl present, I ltion ID .lir ,. Ml. Walit. sliti-iinaster. whn ha, boon promoted tIrain l.ilydll,, t,* \\ Irr,I, .i1 r IE. iitl iLl i?.. li d t I ?II .'. ind el'ti'd (f1e i le ( ii "ll <itll( '-n ri ll( the lire-eiit. eri i< irirroiiine the hloyil toast ofl "Tlihe Kin?,?."' w\iicli wn. enthnusii.?ii ;t-l l ' r h o:el. "Tihe ll:til \: isy'' \\;a ri :iii .led by \.ir \Aoiit liin. ii l ,iC i I li .t i!( hi i'n ;s d ti l' e i li ii t' ii t t in i l' iii ltih l .ii ( l i I ;' h 11' I l l 'iuc yi I tlii ii !)llr rail .i i.'." ] li h.'lel they .hlilild i e' "(llurs" t ;ill |niic':'s-s, Il 'or l ihe i licii ^*ot ;i f'.lir 'r theal wheln the l iilw,ixy' 'iver o'e hl il iintii rilly lhi in l ih ri - v i ote e*l;'ii:iii . Tlo r:ailw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

For Cough1s 00(1 C~ohlhi4ievor fails, uoods'" Brea. ThpporminI. (i' aOROSES LIQUID? FACOE POWDETR. In these days of out-door life-mo toring, golfing, boatiug, etc-a re liable harmless liquid powder is out of the nccessitios of life.. Sorose. Liquid F'aco Powder is found b) experts to be a perfectly inval uable preparation and a decided im provemout on the old-fashioned dry powder. Desides improving the up pearance it acts as a shield to the lelicato skin of the face against hot Rinds, dust, smuts, and other extra yooun mntter. Price, 2a 9d. Oht.iinuhlo at A. If. WVilson's, Lily ?,,,; .'., Nankervi.', ,'arlurton. The Sunllit Isles ~I I Ilie lmni Ir" er a d IGl,"anied acl in (10* vater ' :.Iue, Iit tlie Hieart,, l III (he iimi \a, ill li And his oface wa.s or pallid itmu. But hair soul revived \wh\,en a hu at u' t iicd, Wilthli a cargo of life-ren-ver, lie lauglhed like ia Ly lie wias lfull of )n\. \V en lied Liken \\'tlds' lWG eler lniut C'urc. SUF'ERED ACJONY WITIH HEALD -o--- ACIIE...

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