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LILYDALE ROVERS v. WOORE YALLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914
LILTDALE ROVEERS v. WOORl YALLOCK. . This match was commenced at Lilydale on Satu'day last, and at thle dra.wing of stumps the scores were as follows: Lilydale Rovers. Sleithl. c Read, b DIouthic .. 8 A. II. Sebire, c Staff, b Douthie 21 A. Sebirc. 1 Staff... ...... 17 Stevens, a Ockwell, b StLal ... O Arustrong, c and b Staff ... 20 Fraser, stumlped ... 11 [orris, c Allsop: Road ... 20 lHolter, run out;..;. ... .. 2 Arnott, b Road ... ... ....: 3 Hodges, not out- .. . 2 Beanvis, c Staff, bi Allsop .... 18 Sundries... ... ... . .. (i Total ... ... .. 128 Bowling.-Staffi 3 for b56; IRead, 3 for 24; Douthio, 2 Lor 27; All sopl, 1 for 15. Woori . Yillock. ! Tecse, c ndl b '.rnott ... 6 Allsop, rmn out ...... 0 E. Teese, b Ioltert 0 W. Sta.ff, b Holter ... .. O Douthie, c Armstrong, b Holter 13 R?ead, o King, b Sebire . 21 I-Hunter, o Morris, bl Sebire .. 8 Ockwell. b Sebire .... .. 4 Hill, b Sebie... - ... ... ... O 3C c, c A. II. Sebire, bStevens 5 C. Staff, not out.. 2 Sundries... .....
YARRA JUNCTION v. WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914
V.\H·lltl · '?.I . ,LllNT ilO " v l 1. t .\I'llt ll l' 1:1,%I1 tt''i~i.o \.+it! I+,;i " · h , L: ll t1,?+ ?. ,l1tl+, ?+:t , T Otp T . '?+l + ??Itt +lt gether with L. Lovell's lightning bowling, took the dash out of the Warburton batsmen. .0. Yelland Uad A. Loutit batted with confidence and vigor for thle highest scores for their side. Tihe following are the scores : Yarran. Junction. A. Loutit, st. 1M'Intyrxe, b Fisher 16 L. Mi;nxwell, c Blackburn, b Slater 0 C. Yclla.nd c Dammnian, b Slater 60 R. Green, b Shlater ... 2 . Ycllandi. b Slater ... 1 £. Lovecll, c Blackwood, li SlAter 5 M. Foster, c Blackwood, li Slatelr 13 1. Watson, c Bllackwood, b Slater 5 Davis, b Fisher .... O A. 'MLeissh, not out ... 6 A. Hutchinson, li. Fislher .... O Sundries ... 10 Total ...118 I3owling.--J. Fisler 3-for 17, Sla ter 7 for 49. Warburton. Mortimer, c Lovell, lh0 Yellnd 21 Slater, b C. Yelland . 5 Orr, std. F. Yelland, b Lovell ... 12 H. Blackwood, b Lovell ... 1 F. Leash, l1 Lovell - ... O V. Lea...
LILYDALE DISTRICT v. M.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914
LILYDALE DISTIHICT v. 3I.C.C. Thleo fllove matcllh was played on thle 1.C.C. ground on Wednesday, 9th Dcccmlber. A very enjoyvble game was the rcsuIt, tihe local 1boys enjoying the beautliful ieldilng space, andI tho wicket wass of the billiard t:,ltle orler. Scores: Lilydale. . RIussell. c, b Smithi... ... 1 Y. -Madden, b Smith ... ... 1i (.. Madden. c, ,b l)onohoe ... 11 Town, Ib lHobart... ... Morton, e, b Smith ... ... 35 Staff, c, , I) armer .... ... 5 1'. head, not; out... ... ... ll)onaldu . c. li ,gerso .. on Bell. nht out, ... ... ... 17 Sundries.,, ... ... , Told fTr 7-wicket. ... 23 ' 31 .C.C. ,Sims. h lkl l .. .... 13 , , ... itud?l on, ruun ot ... ... ... 2 .\ustin, Ii Sta ... ... SI ,'-' itbh , b . tt "| t-g tl "" '. 1t ]0bud, rptsar~re ... ... ... 1U; i"arne, g Oto .:. ... ...: '.rum le. t L t .. . . 2 il'L!,?.l fec r 5 \\'ike. . .tl 11mtwlinv:g.--U. Russm lI. 1 Lu r 71; I, ihral. ' for 59; Staltl, 1 for 2 : W . Ilahlden. ( . Madden. Noden. Town, andl T. "linisell als...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914
LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A. J. POYNER XICENSED CARRIER. 'ALE TRAINS MET. SDrders Promptly Attended To. CHARGES MIODERATE. FURNITURE REMIOVED At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. PRICES SUBMITTED FOR 'ALT KINDS OE ,WORK. SJOBBING ,WORE A SPECIALITY. 'ALL' ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING GREEN TEA ROOM0 iubert ~ahoais WISHES to conv:y his Thaks to tho Lilydalo public for the genoir ous support given him during the past year, which has been very lib. eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased a very Fine .Aesortment of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. COVELT1ES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. CONEECTIONERY, fll _worthy of inspection. * The VEGETABLES and FRUIT Kre Good this week and CHEAP. Wishing all Patrons the Compli aents of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK Wish.'- c. ltimate to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing ;vn Business in MAIN ST., and ~inx :, ...
A TRIBUTE. To the memory of Mr Peter Crerar, who departed this life on 21st November, 1914. Contributed by W.J.S. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 18 December 1914
A·-f TRIBUTE. To the memory of Mr Peter Crerar, who departed this life on 21st November, 1911. Contributed by W.J.S. Doubtless many of our readern have mot or heard of the kindly gentle, genial, generous, honest sou -one of Nature's noblemen. His memory will always be cherished by those who were privileged to know him or to come in contact with him. It was with very solemn feel ings that t~ie writer of this brie tribute wended his way to the hous of the deceased to take part in th; funeral services, and to look fo the last time on the face of th beloved friend. The character o Peter Crerar was a fitting comple mlenlt of his genius of unsullied, son sitive honor. Truthful to the core scorning indiscretion, however slight he walkecd from first to last amonl .his fellows in garments of white His later years were lived in modes retirement, and to his home thos of us who were his friends, as ofter as we could find opportunity, mad our grateful pilgrimage. In ou recollectiofis the hallowe...
FATHER CHRISTMAS. VISITS LILYDALE. METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
FATHER CHRISTMAS. VISITS L1LYDALE. - 21ETIHIODIST CIIURJCII. .Theo advent of latheir Christmas was eagerly looked forward to by. --. the children of the?Mothodist Church' oo ThptrsPlay cveling last? and v' gpoclly nunmber were present to greot hmll. A s1hort progalnnme of songs, }thelus, etc., was given by the peboir, aiLd Father ulristulas put ja u ,pparanco about lunl o'cl ek "Jeisng vociferously welcomed by the youngsters. After makiu "a' short pech atand Lexpressing lhis wsh f'oI a happy and prosperous hlloli.ly time, Lather Christmas proceeded t( 4lIistributo the gifts from a large .treo which was installed in 'the choir seats to the children present. WVhen this ceremony had- been comn .pleted, three hearty cheers were given bIy the ch:ildren, and after the singing of the National An Ltheui the gathering dispersal.
APPRECIATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
APPRECIATOR Y. irL" F. 11. -emipso?o, who was re cently: transferred from the Lily 'dale railwLay stittion ollice stall to Tocuniwaal, and, as a mark of ap preciation bf lisi uniform courtesy and efficiency, presented witlh a gold albert a,.ild locket-bj ~ several of his -friends, hhs forwarded the folloiving letter to -?I'r J. ;W.1 .ioies. who organiscd the presentation : Tocuumwaal, 21-12-14. Mr .Jones alnd others,-I wish to convey my hearty thanks to MSr Jones and otheri residents of Lilda.le who so generously subscribed towards the .presentation that gave me. great pleasure to be the recipient of last Satuiday. It is a present, that any one would bh proud ef re:eivinL, es pecially, under the adverse condi tions existing at present. It gives me every shtisfaction to find that. my efforts in trying to please and successfully perform my duties be tween the p ( pe cf Li'ydal: aid the railway department have been so suitably acknowledged. This loc ket antd c.hain will help to keep Li...
DROWNING FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
DROWNING FATALITY. ?lr P. Leeson, employed at Pearcc's mill,. Woori' Yallock, met his death under tragic circumstances on Sat urday night. Deceased, with! a con ple of friends, was crcsding a bridge over the Yarra, when lie slipped into the water. His mates, wh:o were. ahead of him, heard the splassh; Puts thought lightly of it, and did not miss dece?nsd until some dis tLnce had1 been covered. A search proved useless until morling, when the body of deceased was found lay Consta~bles .Fowler iandi Kidd in the river in about four feet of water. 1A magisterial inquiry was held, ao verdict of accidental death being recorded.
SLATEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
ig SLATEY, CREEK. - (lirom. Our Own Correspondnt.) , The ainiual 'Slatcy , Ccek, picnic is to be held on New Year's Day at t.'e Little XYarra.. A medting of resideints ivus held at atMr 'cttit'f last week', lwhen a 'spcrts programme was drawn out. , The outiing prom 7ises to be , grea su'ccess this year several dionations having aulrcudy been received. * VWe are to have a, consider?lLk number of Mclbourne visitors di-r'n r the holidays. Any visitirs to to e-e parts are alwvays glad to comei back mgain, and I think tlht is about the Iest advertisement the disitict ?ould have. HIa.zeldene folks are having thoir usdtal Christmas Tree this year, ind judging liy the interest all the reii dents are taking in it, it ought ,to be a' splendid success. By the time this appears, in. print; it will have beetn held,. and I will send yoil .a report; of it. later on. .A foilnightl iig I wrcte you that owing to the crop coining in, there would be no more (ilaices for b time in Mr Tharratt's barn. T...
MOUNT EVELYN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
MO;UNT .EVELYN. (From Our Own Correspondent ) Stato School T'-eat.-On Friday last the parents andl residents of the district lhitd a reunion at thelo school, and treate:l t.lh childreln to their annual Christmas tree aind tea. There was a large attendance, and every child and every adult re ceived a, gift-even the residents who were alseCll; o\wing to sickness veeo not forgotten. The occasioi was taken to present Amy Clifford lend Alex. Morrison with their quali fying certificates. The children gavo ani excellent. progranmne, hlld tho new piano recently purchased by thE committee was used for the first time. The occasion was taken ad. vantage of to wislh Mr A, Savige, the tea.cher a pleasaint. holiday. Convent of "Mercy, Lilydale. The children :held 'their amnnual treat at Evelyn Park. They were w ub companied by four of the Sisters, and enjoyed themselves greatly. Coals to Newcastle.-A truck lo:id of firewood loaded at Oak leigh to-damy (Tuesday) • pass-d through to W\Voori Yallock...
Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. The neow postald rates, including thij penny postage on letters, came into force on Monday, May 1st, 1911. The reduced rates are as fol low: THJROUGHOU' t THE COMION W EALTII AND PAPUA. Letters, Id per --oz. Letter Cards, single, hid each. - Do. reply, Id each half. Post Cards, single, Id. each. Do. reply, Id each half. Printed Papers, O0d per 2oz. Books, printed-O-ltside Australia, 01 per 4oz.; in Australia, 0ld per 8oz. Mngazines-Prin'ted in Australia, O1d per 8oz.; outside Australia, Old per 4oz. "Iunsard," Old per 12oz. Conmmercial )apers, palterns, snam plus and merchaludise, ld per 2oz. OVERSEA DOMIlNIONS. Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea do minions, lBritishl colonies and pro tectorates, except the New Ilebrides, id per 'oz. NEW ZE.ALAN1 -AD Ik-.--. ISLANDS. The rates of New" Zealand, Fiji, and lBritish Solomon Islands are: Letters, Id per boz. Post Cards, single, ld. Do. reply, Id each half. Letter Cards, single, I...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
With thlis issue we present our subscribers with a. I.rge illustrated shoeet calndar. which should lind a. useful pla-e on the w:alls of many homes, sh.aps, ctc.. in the district. Tihe illustrations have been spaecially chosen, and the th?ree-c lor art printi ing executed by .the Ialnding firm in this work in Melbourne. 'Thid advertisers who have taken spaces on the shlit will. we feecl sure, find the outlhay a. good investient, as the calendars will be widely and cx'csively circulae!cd. We lake this opportunity of br'elly and cr~lially fwishing our subscriber', adver i crs, l:atrrons of our jab printing depart ment, colrresponlldent", agents. ulad the public generally A HAPPY CIIRISIM1AS and a iBRICGHIT AND PROSPEROUS NEW YE.R.. The Lilvda'!e lhass Band will rlln der a' programmet of special music ippropriate to the occasion on Christmas Elvc. Miss Lucy Jones secured the A.L.C.M. diplomal for Rli;toforle at, theo recent London College of Mlusic examination. M: r 13. Cook, of Croydo...
LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
LILYDALE POST OFFICE. Mails close as below: Melbourne, 7.20 a..m., 11.20 a.m., 8 p.m. daily. Money orders~-9 till 4. Mooroolbork, Ringwood, 7,20 a.m. daily. - Croydon, S p.n. daily. Ilealesville, I ra Glen, Cold stream, 8.30 a.ni daily. Warburton, Y: -ra, Junction, Laun ching Place, W ri Yallock, Wan din Yallock, Wa - lin North, Seville, 8.30 a.m. daily.
Public Notices. TUESDAY, JAN. 5. YARRA GLEN CATTLE SALE [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
-. :. b .lio Notices; . "- TUESDAY, JAN. 5.3 ATTLE SALE -COAMPBELL & SONS (Kirk's Ba. *, Melbourne) .will hold. their eaI Di-nifnthlyv Sale. in their da ab Ysinr Glen on the 'above Swhen they will. have forward th un1l yarding of '_MILK)R8, SPRINGERS; FAT AND ?TORIE COWS, and lines of, DAIRY HEIFERS, STEERS, AND YOUNG CATTLE. Entries now being reoeived for this .. a by .'CAMPBELL & SONS, BOURIKE . STREET, MELBOURNE. "'f"ti " : • " . N'VCL5 LAND° 6' CO C.. S( ,_ . ATTf.. ..LA, A . D. • ESTATE AGENTS, OPPOSITE .STATION, RING WOOD * .~ ,liok M'Clellan, 'Auctioueer. - L lON SALES CONDUCTED E 'VERY MONDAY. ...Of... ,'. GCATTLE, I HORSES, PIGS, I'OULTRY, :WUURNITURE, Etc. Splendid Accommodation Paddock providbd for cattle, adjoining yards. p,. ? ious Storage Room for Eair S ENTRIES INVITLD. S £ S. D,. Our ACCOUNTS for the quartel ending Sept.I 30th have been ren diered, and a prompt settlement especially of those conisiderabl3 overdue, is requested..i W. G. PETTIT. INSURE ...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
;; ~MELBOURNE LETTER (mProm ur Special (Jorrespondent.) .: he. ularch..of the portion of the See ond Expeditionary Fdrce through' the - streets of 'Melbourne' was calculated to impress.the 'populace as probably it was S nevr; before impressed, with the splen .did .manhood this country' is capable of producing.. There could be nothing better in the wor'd than the combina tion 'of physical: I;:niess-a 'lithe strength; that' is nalmost feline in its perfection--.'nd high intelligence that '' was the. characteristic .element 6f 'the virile young manhood that with' . Boots, boots, boots,'. boots, Movin' up and down again'.' traversed the principal streets and made wistful while proud the onlookers as they were. brought 'to'a, .realisation of what a magnificent contribution .to the Moloeh of War Australia is mak ing. Another, feature, of: .the march was the evident effects of the brief training. The, material must be of the best 'that can show' such results so speedily, and' after these s...
HEAVY WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
ýY "WORK. "1e*'t] a 11if inf asked a; straiiget, ba he: emuntered into the olico-.at' f8ro'ceck in the morning. "N ý;' ir," :replied the attendant, kindly; '"he does not conme so parly. Is there iauything I can dol"' "Perhaps so. Are you cobnnected rwith the poetical dopartment. of the paper?" '"I am,; air." "Oh, what do you do?"'p "I empty the w'ste-paper bukets
CHEESE MAKING AND THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
CHEESE MAKING AND THE ' SOIL. It is becoming more and more known to" cheese makers that the soil has a very great :deal -to do with' the kind and quality of the cheese made (says Mr. Primrose McConnell in "The Dairy"). The skill of the cheese maker is, of course, of the most im portance, and a goid maker will pro duce good material Tunder adverse cir-' cumstances; but, on the other, hand, if the soil is one-suitable for the purpose,; it.is more easy to do good 'work 'than in a converse' case.' A ourious fact is' often met with in the best quality soils, and' that ;s, soils which grow 'the biggest crops are not those which nat uirally -produce the finest cheese,, but. that .often 'seco d-rate soils make a much better quality where an equal' aiiaouint; of 'skill' is-exercised in both cases. .. 'The: best' lnw-lying ' pastures, for instance, :'hichl yield floods of milk, (andT'wliere. the. gra,, grows.: quite .a welt iis''elsesrheiii;'r: ;,ry' often do n611 suit as the land which is co...
NOT SO GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
NO'T ' O GQIEUN. A farmer who hved in a certain rural village had 20 employes, on his farm, and aa none of them' were as energetic as the farmer thought they. should be, lie hit upon a plan which he believed would cure' them of their lazy habits. "Men," he said one .morning;. "I have a nice easy job for the laziest man on the farm. Will the laziest man step forward ?" Instantly nineteen of the men step -. ptd l'rward. - "Why didn't you step to the front with the rest?" enquired the farmer of) the! remaining one. Too much trouble," came the reply.
TREATMENT OF WIRE CUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
TREATMENT OF WIRE CUTS. There are many valuable horses cut on barbed wire every year, and it Is well for the farmer to know just how to treat these injuries. If the cut has simply been through the skin all that will be necessary is to wash it clean with strong carbolio acid water after a few days. If the- muscles of the neck or limbs have been severed so hatlm th -Wduindi .angs open, the 'i?ist tliing to do is 'to stop the :flowj of blood. This an be done by tyizig a tight bandage Ie1 clean white muslin over the wound. Of course if an artery has been cut, it must be tied. After blood has stopped flowing, re move bandage and wash away all clot ted blood with an antiseptic made by dropping a few drops of carbolic acid in a pint of water. After the wound is cleansed, the flesh may be sewed to gether, leaving i: open enough for all matter to run rut. If the wound is annointed with crude carbolic acid once or twice a week, no proud flesh will grow, and flies vill be kept away. A cut in t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS Ai J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. ALL TRAINS MIET. Orders :Promptly Attended To. CHARGES MODERATE. FURNITURE REMOVED At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. ÷ PRICES SUBMITTED FOR ALL KINDS OE WORK. JOBBING WORK A SPECIALITY. ALL OR:IQERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING GREEN TEA ROOMS ,WISHES to convey his Thanks to the Lilydale public for the gener ous support given him during the past year,. which has been very lib eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased a very Fine Assortment of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. well worthy of insiection. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Good this week and CHEAP. Wishing all Patrons the Compli ments of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK Wish~- ^. t?aimate to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing ,~ n Business in MAIN ST., and exesa:, by courtesy and stri...