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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
ATIlERTON like the country and the people: We like Our Busi. ness, and strive to increase it by all honourable means . THE BEST GOODS and THE LOWe -ePRICES lk are what count. One Ordei Will Convince You. eFirst-class t iet? in DRAPERY OLOTHING T lE BOOTS & andOE IRONMONGERY CROCKERY THE W P GROCERIES aDistrict. Don't forge -a e Addresst R. ATHERTON VARRA GLEN AGENT FOR O O The National attle Food redf all kinds. District. London and Lancashire Firp Insur ance Co. Age,Don't fArgu, Lilydale Express and all weekly papers. AN UPPLY AATHER YTING. EL 'IARRA Ga ILEN your newspaper is your JOB PRIFORT NG. If you do no fel able Food to -run advertisemens, you can give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envlopes, and all busi-nd ness printing to execute. The news paper man wants it, and it helps hiall to pay his papiners for settiig p the thousand and one FR-- EE yOTICES he gives your town; buI don'B give it to the printer or job printing office that can give you nosuch ret...
Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. Police Magistrate-January 2 and 30, Fe'bruary 27, March 27, April 24, May 22, June 19, July 17, Aug ust 14, September 11, October 9, November 6, December 4. Dr Syme, and Messrs F·. B. Lith gow and \V. A. Wharington.-Jan uary 16, February 6 and 20, March 13, .April 3 and 17, May 8 and 29, June 12, July 3 and 24, August 7 and 28, September 18, October 2 and 23, November 13land 27, Decem ber 18. Messrs R. T. Kings, J. Rouget, T. W. Simpson, and J. Wallace.-Jan uary 9 and 23, lcebruary 13, March 6 and 20, April 10, May 1 and 15, June 5 and 26, July 10 and 31, Au gust 21, September '1 and 25, Oct ober 16 and 30, November 20, De cember 11.
A NEW YEAR RESOLUTION. HOW TO PROVIDE FOR THE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
A NEW YEAR RESOLUTION. I O1W TO PROVIDE FOR1 THIE OCHILDREN. This is one of those piroblclau whicels face most parents, and lwhich ioften cause ai, deal of consideration anid worry, as" they watlch the small ilembers of their family gradually growing utp around them. Wl'hat a.is the bcs'( 'they can( do for Ihem-how prepare them for the future, for the light among t'heir tlllow beings in the hurry and tie struggle for existence? 1any pa'renls would have been sauved regrlt-pesrhaps even an aceh ing hcai.rt--many i a child a. d isap. pointed career. it a little more thought had been given to the fu tul' of the yotnugster by those re slonsible for its existence. 'IThle ldominuiant wish of the plir enls is to see the liildren a. credit, to then,. ant Ii-e earliestt proviion four thel chill is a. good eductllion. lin these duays o clheip schooling ut Auistiali:a. this is not usuallyi a dillicult l l m tel. School over, CotiIs thit moro int por'tant question o1 a. trade. pro. ?.Jsliut. ori...
LILYDALE LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
LILYDALE LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB. Si'ECIAL ML' Eti NI( . .1 mneelingl of tle above was held in tlie club roolis on Friday. niglht last. to discuss several notices of motioin given at the annual mo:etinmr the previous fortiiighl.t. There wa;. a fair a'.telndianic th:e Prcsideiit, (I:r A. ]. SyVine) occupying the chair. 3lcuibcershlip forr Boys. Dr R. E. Short. moved\l thail ho age limit, for iiemeniirs i)- reduced from I1n to 16; years. it saiid tlhat t hile wais noth'ing to olbject to in theo c(ilb for lboy.s-n-o gaiililiig or driikiiin. ;and there was . no reitsol why ly s ihould no(, b1comlllie lllel Iors. 'Ihere 1cwlere li. nlibher of youlln fellows in the town lwho wouldh liku tIo join, ;alnd who would beu .: Lcncefit ti tthe cluhl.-'lli ll motion wias sccrondcd:l by 311r T. Sinmpsoln. 'I lihe geleral opinion of mniie)ors was that. the rediiuciou of w-i limit would l)e ain aldvaiintlge. aiind Ith motion was carried uinaiiniiousJ-. Tlinr.iiscl C'lIirge for 1'a-d. Dr Short nmovd ...
THE FUN SIDE OF FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
THE FUN SIDE OF FARMING. There's a fun s:de in. every business. A. fid if you once get to looking upon that, you'll find zest and inspiration,. and the stuff that smiles are made of in the most commonplace task., Everybody vcould work-including "father," and they'd work with all the vim- and earnestness of their be ings-if they only knew the pleasure dividends that come from doing each day one's daily best, and looking on the happy aide. It's all in the viewpoint. If we make up our minds in ad vance that the day's work is a grind, a grind it straightaway becomes. The moment we call ourselves slaves we are slaves. Why not forget all about "stern ne cessity? yof labor.-.. - ". : r eNo man is driven who' will'les ::?, - It may be natural 'at times to rebel ' against the "have to" that hangs over: our heads It may be human on occasions, to almost envy the care free cat that gets fed three times a day and. seems to have no further obligations except to ourl up by the fire and keep warm. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
WUNDERLIE METAL CEILIDS Enable you to finish a room with char acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made friends for them throughout the Commonwealth. They are hygienic, fire-proof, of decor ative charm, and inexpensive, can be washed down and do not collect dust and vermin. Catalogs and lesigns free. iho WUNDEBLICH PATELNT CEILITNG & O0"0F'ING Co. Ltd 123 Queen Streec, Molbourno. -,;t For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, Indigestion. Delightful Family Medicine -oo Advertise your Christmas Goods in tlhis paper. It will pay. LILYDALE BUTCHERING CO WVHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, .MAIN STREET, LILYDALE. Primest Beef, Mutton, Corned Bccf, Pork and Tongues always obtain able at 3cdrock Prices. Small Goods a Speciality. DAVE HILL BACON and CHEESE always on hand. Customers waited upon daily and orders promptly attcnded to. Accommodation Houses Specially Catered For. An .Up-to-date .COOLING CHAMBER is attached to the premises to cope with the hot weather...
CARE OF TOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
CARE- OFTOOLS Some gener0al Jireitih s .for th . car -" and preservation of tools will' not;b ouiit of place, as even: the beat b toofr; became useless of they .are oaret oa e for Trhe following hints witl doub be. appreciated by every mechanic- who2'. ,desires to make his tools last asllmn(& .'';,t as possible, and' who .alw ays; wshbes ;:to; have them in good, condition , The wooden: parts of tools such aas'?. atooke of planies and handles of chisels are often made to have. a mie appear.=`; , r ance by polishing. bubt th'ie addsi nt?i ing to their durability.. A mub'l,::i;,= bet , ter plain is to let; them sioak inlinseed'i oil "for a, week, and ,then rub ithini'>' with a::cloth' ,for a -few m, inute ?a'? day,: for a weeek or- two. `:: ,This pro-i: duces a beautifuil surface, and; exerts '?'? a soldifyig and .preservative antion on i:=;'; the wood. Oaouthchouo" oil :lies proved ve?i:'r ":?; efficient in preventing rust .n iron; this` has: been used by the ;'Germano ' Ar...
WHERE GERMANY HAS FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
WHERE GERMANY HAS FAILED. By W. 11. Fitlclett.l Jl t ulranii?cllilnv wi th Le publiisl o1 o ]Dr. Fitchett's n1uw\ shlillig0 boul, "Tili F"irst T'lree Months of hilu \ta'ir," wo-publishit this arliclu by Dr. Fitlchuti oln G(erTany's fail Ge;Ctir;ny is, by the agi'ecd judg itclit of tlhe civilised world, respon sible for tie war. It, could havo rcreste:l ait; at its birth witl' a word, it, could stop it now almost with U gesture. Austrian though, it :began the stru'gle, and i ill mcre nuumbers is the gica.lsr of thle two lowers tgainst wtlholl tlhe rest of the world is lightilig, is hlirdly remeinbered. 'I'le iwholu issue of the war is bound ull (in tlio fortunes of GCermany; t In the logic of events sh:ows talit (Gcrnany is suffering defeat. Int mic;e : .ugllter it must l~ave suffcrcd grlater loss, lmaliy times OVLe, thlan ia0ly of tith other Powers. .M?.ity tllings make this certain. The faot thlat it is lightting on two fronts, its mctihod of attackingr in clo.o -anbi solid masses,...
HE LAUGHS BEST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
HE LAUGHIS BEST 'Paddy has a great power of enjoy. mIest after all. One day as he was walking he saw a bull attack a man, and he had to hold his sides with both hanlids, the scene was so.funny. After a time the animal turned his attention to him, and poor Pat, after exploring the upper regions, came down with a bump on the other side of the fence. Hie rubbed his wounds, as he said to himself: "Faith, I'm glad I had my laugh when I did, or 1 wouldn't have had it at all."
WATER FOR RINGWOOD AND CROYDON. CHARGES TO BE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
WATER FOR RINGWOOD AND CROYDON. ClHAICGES 'T BE 31ADE. At- lMonday's meeting of the Lily dale Shlire Council further tonsid eration was givenC to the supply of water for lingwrld and.l Croydon, when a letter was received from the 31. and B. Board of Works of fering no objection to the erection of a staudpipe connecting with the board's main. if the council will tefray the cost (LG) of inserting sit extlra :in. valve on t1e0 itainL it reply to a question, the en gineer said that the standpipe would cost L., and the piping, etc.. about L9 additional. Cr Blair said that persons using thIe water should bI chargedl for it. and tLhy might gelt some person to take charge of it and collect thli fees. at '1i small reinneration. Cr Town said that would ilepend cit where the standpipe was sit uated. The usual course adopted Was to leave tile key at. a house in the vicinity. and anyone wanti il. water could obtain the key and p.v the .charge. The engineer instanced one pllace where the ctharge ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
CANNOT (GET 1118 IlIIEA'I'II. "My little yson Sydney occasionally gets so bald with croup that, he cannot, get, his Ireat I'. ? writes Mrs N. P. Lewis. Mile End, Adelaide, S.A. "I follow the directions on thle bottle of t hlhmrlini's (Cough lemedy, anlld lihe is quickly relieved. I never go to bed witlhoun ht ti boel of ('hamnherlain's (ough iilmedy on handl, f'ie I never know w h 'llen Svd neoy will be attaeked with clrolp. Sold by J. Ilutoliluson, Lilydalc? 0. lhsaon, M1illgro,,oi Scott, nid Al l?h, TLarr' 0I loll; 8.11. a?lTildliNv and IV. J. IDawborn, 'Jlealosville. SILVER STAR ' STARCH THE BEST IN THE WORLD Carbon t.?o 51b Parcel i INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES Stud Notices. HORSE OWNERS Can secure the widest publicity for their Stud Notices by Advertising in this Journal, which has the Guaranteed largest circulation in the Lilydalu and Upper Yarra Shires. CTUD GARDS NEATLY, CHIIEA1'LY AND 1EXP1'ID)ITIO USLY PRIlNTED at the EXPRESS PIILNT EliY, CASTELLA St., LILYDALE. THE CLYDESD...
HIS RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
HIS RIGHT. .The magistrate looked severely at the small, red-faced man who had been sum. moned before him, and who returned his gaze without flinching. "So vyou kiclke your landlord down stairs',' queried th' magistrate. "Did you imagine that was within. the rights of a tenant ' I'll bring my lease in and show it to you," said.the little man, growing still redder, "and I'll wager you'll agree with me that anything they've forgot ten to prohibit in that lease I had a right to do the very first good chance 1 got."
ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR LILYDALE. REPORT TO BE OBTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR LILYDALE. IIEII'ORIT TO IBE OD3TAINE]D. At the meeting of the Lillydalo Shire Cuniicil oil Monday, the scheil.f nr lglitii,g LilyCa,! by cloc Iricity wls flrtl:r dc'se:s:el. Cr IHughes Imvel that,t thle cunc'l c:11 fr,c appl'ca i us from c anm e:en&lt; l:ersonIs to report on thc best mcans (f. procuring an electric supply for Lilydale at a, fee not exceeding L20. Cr Town, in seconding tl-e n.tion, suggtested that altermnative reports should be obtained, as it was do sirable to use the water power if possible. Cr Ilughes said that the Water Trluslt l?td made its annulal inspec tion of the water race recently, and he did not think there would be enough water in thiy eroek ti supply wa.ter power for the sc.u.me. ' This being sao, lie would oppose anyi scheme tjlat wouldl take water from tlho town. HIowe;ver, this could Ibe reportedl upon at thIe same time. The motion was carried.
ROYAL BLACKMAIL. KAISER'S SON TAKES WAR LEVY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
ROYAL BLACKMAIL. KAISER'S SON TAKES WAR LEVY. 'What a German occupation' means. is vividly described by Mr. G. "Ward Price 'in the' "Daily- Mail." '" '"At. Epernay," he writes, "the mayor is M. Pol-Roger, the champagne merchant., Directly the Germans entered'the town: on the 4th September, after bombard ing it to the extent of about 50 skelle, which caused some damage and set several parts of the town alight, they, went straight to the town hall and arested him, together with Maitre Per. suit, his deputy, and two municipal councillors.-" They were all confined in the town hall, under the close guard of armed" sentries, for 36 hours, as host ages, while the. Germans were billet= ing their troops in the town. It was the Prussian Guard that occupied Eper 'nay, under General 'Baron von Pleren ::berg. There; were infantry, cavalry,' artillery, and pioneers, but since a num-' her of the troops 'were spread about in. the villages all rounfl Epernay it .is difficult to come by any estimate ...
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
OF RURAL INTERESTý' (Bjr :'Rustiou.") . : If the rain has come. too late to lie' 'of, much benefit 'this -season, it. puts, heart into us by reason of the indica-; tion it gives that droughts are not ptr petual; and the breaks in the weather coming in, December may be taken as a good augury for next.season. There is thus an inducement to put our best 'foot forward in. the way. of prepara. tions. Appropriately enough comes an article in . the 'current issue of the ''Journal of Victoria;" in which ,tr. A. E. V. Richardson, M.A., B.Sc., agri cultural: superintendent, under the heading, "Wheat and.the War," deals with. Australia's opportunity in satis fying the demands in Europe for food stuffs and particularly for wheat. After setting out at length the effects of. the war upon production and, prices, he says:- f'An era of high prices for wheat is likely to be ushered in-prices which must prove highly remunerative to the wheat grower. .What, then, "should Australia do to make the most o...
WOULD HE EXCHANGE PLACES? [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
WOULD HE EXCHANGE PLACES? Farming, like many other ocupatious looks like the best job on earth to the man worrying over some other busi ness. We recently overheard a well dressed man, evidently a city business man, remark that farming was one of the best paying occupations at the present day, .and that farmers 'wore making money faster than ever before, and faster than wen engaged in other forms of work. He looked only at the prices which he lad'to pay for farm products, forgetting entirely that the cost of production, and the cost of marketing, the two main considerations in the business of farming, have in creased by leaps u nd bounds during the past few years. Just let our city friend: stop, and :compiare the differS once between ruling farm wages at present, and those obtaining .a few years ago, and eot him also calculate, as ha does in Lis own business, the amount of capital required to equip a farm. They all say that the highest returns come from a well-equipped farm, and so t...
HOME INTERESTS. AFTERNOON SCONES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
HOLIME INTERES'S. AFTERNOON SCONES. Mix three teacupbful of flour with a '% teaseoonful of salt, 9% teaspoonful of cream of tartar, and the same of 'aking soda with the lumps pressed out. lnat these ingredients crumble in a des sertspoonful of water. Mix a teaspoon ful of syrup with % breakfastcupful of buttermilk, and moisten the whole to .a scone dough. Turn out and work a little, and, after rolling out, out into small rounds. Bake in a rather quick bven for from five toi-rven minutes. TIMBALE.. A quarter of a pound of marconi, two tablespoonsful of breadcrumbs, a little chopped parsley, popper, and salt, % lb. of minced meat (cooked), one egg. Wash the marconi, and. boil in a pan till tender. Mix the other ingredients together, in a bowl, and bind together with a beaten egg. Grease a basin well, and line it with the stewed mar coni, fill it with the mixture, and cover it with a greased paper, and steam it for about three-quarters of an hour. Turn out- on a hot dish, end serve wit...
TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
* (By "Flemington.") F'or many years Caulfield has pro vided the programme for Melbourne racegoers on Boxing Day. The meet ing has never aspired to be of more than local interest, though the prize money for competition has from time to itime been so increased that it now reaohes a very substantial sum. In the present circumstances, 'tis scarcely likely that any further addi tion will be made to tie stakes. The club will do very well if the manage ment can contrive to keep up the present standard for the present. The chief event now in the Boxing Day programme is the Hopetoun Cup, so named out of compliment to one of our first and perhaps most popular governor generals. Class is but poorly represented in the field, but none the less we may expect a good contest. The handicap per did not find it necessary to go very high with the weights, and thus owners, as far as can be seen, have little cause for complaint. Sir Solo ran a fair race in the Melbourne, and here the company canndt be c...
HEIFERS NEED CAREFUL MILKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914
HEIFERS NEED CAREFUL MILKERS. Many young heifers are absolutely ruined by carc!ess or rough milker, during the first week" of thie milking period. Through bad treatmeht, they get a bad reputation as poor milkers, while the fault lies entirely with those who handle tlhem. A good ntilker is probably.a]y greater rarity than a good cow. Tshe cow is a sensitive creatllre and-requires to be handled. in a gentle mannor. No 'Iortion of her body is more sensitive thafn her udder. It is a great relief to the cow to have her distended udder relieved of the milk there is in it, lunt she expects it to be drawn quickly and gently, not un necessary tugging at the teats, but by a gentle rapid pressuro, and with a downward movement of the fingers.. As a rule, with her first cna? the cow's udder is swollen and tender, the skin. distended and very sensitive. It is advisable to wash the bag and teats with warm water and wipe dry and ap ply i'aseline after milking. With clean. cows and clean cowslheds, ...