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NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

NEW INVENTIONS. CUUMMIUN WEIAL'Ill' YA'1'lN'1'S. Applications for grant of letters pat ent, which have been lodged in the lollowing names, have been accepted by Lif' Coonlnussilnor : Messrs G. . T'urri and Co., pat cut attorneys No. 1, of Australia, or the {Iialto, '19L1 Collins Street, lo0l bourne, have prepared this report from the ollicial records:- Joints for .ilels.--1low sniplo it is to make mloney by invoatons is shown by the tollowing successlul.notion. To 10oin two timbers tiler is driven over the bottom a sleeve which ihas a - central diaphragm. A dowel pin is 'driven through tills, cen tre. 'Theid upper pile is now driven down on the pin, and the sleeve so cured by b.lts. Mr. W. A. McDear mid, Florida, U.S.A. Water Cooled bate.---A safe has sides with hessian kept moist, and through iwhlcll air passes to cool the food. The invention is a successful one, anti is due to the ingenuty of Mr. A. S. T1awliiig, of N.S.W. Curing Concrete Pipes.-A simple idea is ill this case effe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOLS GIN PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. MAG N IER'S Pure French Grape ? B RANDY co.,nac J5 The Original House of W STEWART, Edinburgh Aa RD HAWFounded 177 9. A STRAIGHT TIP " DRINK STEWAfRTS I" W hisky LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. RATES LOWEST CURRENT. .CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHEREi NOT REPRESENTED.. APPLY TO DALGETY Q CO.. LTD.. MELBOURNE. aeeasse**eeuessee iC. E. MILLER AND CO., - The - FURNITURE REMOVERS & STORERS, = 317 COLLINS STREET, M ELBOURNE. 'Phones 9278-9279. Large number Vans constantly travelling country; we want back loading. Write us. If railing, consign to us, Spencer Street, and advise. Stores, Brick, subdivided in small rooms ,'t current rates. VANS IRETURNING At Early. Dates -FROM Bendigo, Castlemaine, Heathcote, Maryborough, Maldon...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXXI. "WE WERE CHUMS." [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

___ ~ -- rp~i - THE - MASTER PASSION. CHAPTLR XXXI. " WE WERE CHUMS." When Cis Deverel parted from Ida Duval; his manner might have been like ice, but his heart was on fire. He was disgusted to think that a woman whomi he though unworthy of his love should have such power over him. It seeined a -sign of weakness, -not to be able to trample oin n affection which he had tried to drag up by the roots. The touch. of her little hand upon, his armn made the blood tingle in his veins, though he walked by her side in stern silence. Perhaps he might have relaxed a little, more, if he had been more sure of himself; but his heart had nearly burst with indignation, when he caught. Belgrave by the .collar, and he was afraid of speaking one word lest he should say too much. Better to go away and leave her to think him cold and cruel, than stay and risk the dan ger of a tete-a-tete, and the after-peace of three lives. Tie had the unselfish courage to go, whilst a weaker man would have had the cowa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

WELLKNOW i' A' -I ( TESTIFY TO OLEM TS II TO Lelter received from Nurse Catherine Korting, 176 Davis-street, North Brunswick, 29/3/12. in which she claims Clements Tonic restored her daughter to heahh. Read each word: CL.EMENTS TONIC LTD., "I am writing of the great good Clements Tonic did my daughter. Early in January last year, she was operated upon in hospital for appendicitis. She was eight weeks there, and came home very, weak and r?na down. I purchased several bottles of Clements Tonic to give her a course. IT soon strengthened her nerves, and she was as well as I could wish her before long. It is fourteen years age that I first used C!ements Tonic, and in my professiod as a nurse I have recommended that medicine times out of number. I have seen people re stored to health and strength, and BLESS THE DAY TIHEY HEARD OF CLEMENTS TONIC. That medicine has never failed to do good when given to any of my patients, or, indeed, anyone who has sought my advice. Use this as Barthinkd~it...

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LILYDALE ROVERS v. WOORI YALLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

LILYDALE ROVERS v. WO('lllt YALLOCK. Th'le above match, was concludeCd .on Saturday list. and resulted in a'I willn or ,Voori Vallock by 5 wic kets andi 7 rlns.' coes:- iLilvdale Rovers. SleithI, e Read. I) Douthic ... 8 A. f. Sel)ile, ' Stai,.b DJoiihic 21 :. Sebirc, b Stll... ... ... 17 Stevens, c Ockwell, 'b Stal ... U Armstriomg; , and a b1. Staff ... 20 •Fra. ir, st uimmed ... 11 -foliter, 'im u ... 2 Arnott, b Ro d ... ... ... Hodges, no6 out ... ... ... 2 Belnis. c Staff, b Allsop ... 18 Sundries... ... ... ... 6 Toial ... ... ... 128 Sowling.-Staff, 3for 50; Read. 3 for 2.1; Douthic. 2 far 27; All sop, 1 for 15: Second Innings. A. 1i. Sebii . c Staff. b ' Teeo... 1 i. Sebire, c anR d .b C ad Stephens. e Staff, h olead ... 1 Atmstron,, c Al'sap, b T'eese... 0 Sleeth, b Tcese ... ... ... 1 Morris, c Read. b Teese ... 2 I-o;ller, not out. ... ... ... 17 1Arnot. c Staff. h Tense ... O Beavis, c 'Read, b Teese ... ( ludges, lbw, b Tcese ... ... 1; Fraser, absen... ......... 0 Sun...

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WHITHER SHALL THE YOUNG MAN GO ? (Canadian "Farmer's Advocate") [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

WHITHER SHALL THE YUUNG MAN GO? (Canadian "'larmer's Advocato") So much has been said on the young men leaving the farm for thoe city that it would almost seem as if they should a!l stay on the farm. Now, I think as Robbie Burns says: "0 wad some power the giftio gi'e us, to see our selves as others see us," and it would prevent many grevious mistakes on the part of young men choosing their life's occupation. In setting out, let him take a retrospective view of what his capabilities are and what he is adapted for, then choose accordingly. A Glad stone should not spend his life behind the plough, nor a Lincoln splitting rails, yet there are so many misfits in the professions and the different occu pations of life that point directly to a wrong choice. It is the case of a round tenant to fit a squa;ro mortis. If we look round at the men who have left the farm for the city we find some occupying and filling with satisfaction, the highest and noblest position in the world, others fillin...

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VALUE OF SALT LICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

VALUE OF SALT LICKS. A grazier in the north east of South Australia refers to the need of supply iiig stock with salt, especia!ly in coas tal districts. He writes:--"Cattle and horses which are .stall-fed-can be given a little salt mixed with their food, or by iplacing a lump ..of rock salt in their, feeding boxes, and for those at pastute a few lumps of rock salt, or a mixture of salt, sulphate of iron and clay made iito balls, can be plac ed about their camps and watering places. 11 a. few pieces of bone are placed into the clay licks it induces them to take to hoe lick very quickly. For sheep, the salt mixture must be placed in troughs, covered to protect irom the wot. The size depends on the number of sheep which the trough sis to supply. "W'\\ have troughs cut out of holey suckle wood in use for oigl@ year, still ::s good as new. This woe.! r easily worked, light and plentiful. '1 he roof can be a simple lean to, either bar:l or iron. The troughs can be placed either near the c...

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PIGS ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

PIGS ON THE FARM. ''ho niumber of pigs that may be grown on any farm; or rather, we might say, be grown to a priofit, will depend very much o:l the liking the farmer has for this branch of live stock. If he is interested in their management they will tinive, and large numbers can be kept, but if he has no liking for pigs, and what he expects to get out of them is-the only feature which attracts him; there will hardly be large r.umbors grown and fatted on the farm, and hie reputation as a piis breeder and grower will not be .made. .When -1i. fIti sg Sri af nlig L.. with the idean of making themo the most impoiLrtant of the animals lie keeps on the farm, lie should arrange his farm with that object ih view, and stick to the arrangement. A pig farm cannot lie put into shape for business at once, and it can only be made to produce the most profit by keeping regularly at it. Do not keep too largeo h number of breeding sows, although this is a very conmmon error. The productive cap acity ...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

FOR WOMEN (By "Ambrosine.") A writer in the London "'uoen'" says: - Long prior to that momentous day August 2, the result ot which has.con vulsed the whole world, the styles of autumn and winter mantles have been signed and sealed. To the dullest in telligences it must have then been ap parent that the simple circular cloak was rapidly burning itself out. It was charming, but pur et simple, far too amenable to to cheap plagiarism to hope for a continued career. .And it has passed. The cloak movement, however, in general remains , as all may see for themselves by a survey or the early autumn models. Volumin osity is thoe salient note, more extreme in soeno instances than others,- while a favorite expression is a full cape-like back, allied to more shapely coat-like fronts. In a word, our wraps are hy brids, neither just one thing or the other, but withal of an elegance few will discount, and their variety in infli nite. A fact of particular interest at the moment is the assured succe...

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POLICE COURT ROSTER. LILYDALE 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

POLICE COURT ROSTER. LILYDALE 11913. P'olice 1al istllato.-Jiituury 29; I'ebtruary 26; liarch 2G. April 23.; lMa 2J ; Juln 18j ; .July 16: '~AuXg list 13; Sepltember 10; October 8S November 5; 1)ccellluur , . Ir A. E. 'Sinyc ald IMessrs F. I.: Lit.lhgow und T. E. llar'rison, J.'sl'.-Jannuary 15; Februalry 5, 191 March 12; April 2, 16; lavy 7. 28 ; June 11; July 2, 23; AuguIst 6,27; Heptember 17; October 1. 22; No vember 12, 20; December 17. Messrs J. Rouget, *T. X. W. Simp - son. 'and J. Wall:ace, J.'sl'.-Jau uary 8, 22; February 12: IImchli 5, 19; April 9, 30; Siny 11: June 4. 25; JJully, 9, 30; August 20.; Sept tclutor 3, 2-1; October 15, 29 ; No. velmber 19; I)ecebler 10. 21. JNO. ]ROBERTSON. Clerk of Pletty Session.u

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

To the E?ditor. Sir.--In ireadiig your papr on lturday, I felt that I h:td not done my duty inl assisting t'i stip ?portL it, andL youll 1ay coullnt on -11nc ill fuurll.e to not o:ly subscril:e, but to puit orders or printing anld ad vertisementll in your waty. You hu,ve treated the district geonrously, and it's only rfair of uis to do our share. NEW SUBSOIIlICEIl. arburton. 22-12-1 1.

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COLDSTREAM v. WANDIN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

CO(I. IE J 11 v. V W ".NDI. "I o th ne il oa's cuwi ld 1d on Saturday last, Coldstrean wi\n ning by ait innings and 7 runs. Scores: - Coldstream, \V. Town, c pllitr-helluip.ty? h 'lays S8 \\'. a.latdon, c hyll es, b T. lieu sell... ... ... ... 3i C. .laddell, e Ove, (onbi 'P. illus soll... .. . ,, . C. Fisken, h layes ... :... O 11. Madden, b liys ... .. 0 J. DouheYtLvy, e lhives, I) T. 'Russell .. .. 1 G I. _ \iol o, 'b lHayes , "... ... 14 1). Malony, c L.nudr, I; ayes 13 S. Ilrieorty, a Lamder, b llaves 0 1. lIa.y, not out -.. 1 Sund Iies .. . k ... s ... 7 'olall for 9 wickels ... 160 Po?\'iit..--lia yes, U for 7'.; '1 . T Wandin. \V. lussell, i \V, lddn ,., 1 , 1 A|i,eelehlnore. yuq u ... I Itu sll, I-, 1)o leavy;.y.. ... It.()\'t-O' lo 1, D, h 1)onlb v. ... 8 .1 'lhyes, S , l onleiavv' ... 18 , .Ov( erton. 1 \V. ' ;adldoi ... 11 II, Iila?nkshy, I' DIonloav ... 1 .T, Wallace. i \, W addel ... 0 'I, Iln tero . b Donlnvy ... ... 2 Sundries... ... ... .. 1th' ul al ... . ... 0 i ?...

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CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association SEVILLE v. LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association SEVILLE v. LILYI)ALE. The above matchl was concuillcd on Saturday last., and resulted in a win for Seville by 57 runs on the first innings. Scores: Lilydale. A. Deschamp, not out ... 21 Fenton, b Le l'ag ... 15 Morton, l W. 'ayne ... 3 Bell, c U. Haud, b P'a.vnc ... I Allen, c l'ayne, b cl'ege ... 12 Noden, c and b U. Wallace .... 16 Milne, b LePage ... I Hutton, c and b C. Wallace ... 18 Eales, b C. Wallce ..., 0 :Jerrnums, b C. \\;allace ... 0 F. Deschamp, r1t out ... 9 Sundries ... 2 Total ...103 iowling.-LePage i for Ni, W. Payne 2 for 11, U. \Wallace :1 for 21. ' .i Second hacings ... ... 171 Seville. L. Bead, b Hlutton ... 16 Le'age, b Bell .. 19 W. lead, b Noden ... 2 \W. Duck, c Jerrumas, b NoleIn ... 19 N. Wallace, not out. ... 310 WV. l'ayne, lbw., b Nuden ... 2 0. hiand, b Noden ... 20 1i. Stevens, std Morton.. 1 llutton 1 C. Wallace, c Noden, b Hlutttn... 1 J. Pavyne, b Hutton ...I 2 Sundries ... 17 Total ...160 iowling.-Noden, ...

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SOCIAL EVENING AT LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

SOCIAL EVENING AT LILYDALE. ' A very enjoyable pvening Was sp:ent lt, tlhe Atheniaumn Hall, Lilydac, on 'lriday evening last, whoi? te friend:: of Miss Moroney. ,lnd hrc lplpile were entertainled at.a conce'rt. 'Tlh pupils all acquitted tihemrelves.w ll, ca ch ono of thiem playing .with a great deal of tast aund expression. while s(omo of thb more advanced neos also showed good execution. T'ho programme was varied bly much appreciated snliys by three little irlss, Misses 1'wInIceC K.elly, Eileen 'vo~nad, and la.r- et ''homs, the sccompaniments in each, c-lsi be ingi perfectly played by Miss Alir aret" Thomas, shIowing thit.t this little girl is a born "accopanhist. l'his is a lraunclh of pianoforte ply ing 'that Miss Iloroney thinks es sential to a general' musical educa tion, and is a dillic'ult but most use ul accoipli shlment. Master Jocki Finlay, a small boy ,f ";, quite dh3ighted tlil audience with .Isis song, "I?'s a, Lo!l 1 l;Way to Tippera.ry,". The girls rendered heir eorns...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

'tý c.elddre o} £t. Jqlh's-uuu yy ,iehoA1 spenut a very, liappy tjmo Q} Siatuday' lafjt, Affter n' IiT hours: l'ie tggetl?gr outisice {lnd-t un Iler tliit trees, ?at'thel phristmus came hii Ils motor cam, 'ind was h'eartily wclcomted by the clhildren, pspecd ill? aftelr e hadi g Yeu the toys frolk t% hr'u 4chOe .o3J y Chlietnlas treo t4' all the hcildrell present. Dualn ' . 'iathr Ulhpistmas I thI 'amo as over-ho was jlsi. huhbhling over withl good humor, and in con sequenco the children were :t l.\appy t they L ould possibly Ib.

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OUR LETTER BOX "GREETINGS TO YOU. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

OUR LETTER BOX 00 "U'RIETINGS 'I'O.'YOU." (To the Editor.) Sir,- haTve beon a reader of ;thi "Express" for many years; and i l ways 'looked forward to. lhe day of "publication, but-1 rmust confess :hat I did not subs:rib, but, r.nl it at the reading-room. Vour 10onti Evclvy correspondent lhami-made 1ne feel a. billt tshamedn . o please put tIo down as. iL subscriber, and 1 send yout six -months' subscription 1in advanco.-Vours, etc., CONSCIENCE. Lilydalce, 2J-12-14.

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EVELYN'S NEW MEMBER. CONGRATULATED BY LILYDALE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

EVELYN'S NEW MEMBER. CO(NCIlAT''ULA'l'E) iBY LILYDALE COUNCIb. "Before the ordinary business wea entered upon at the meeting of the Lilydale Shire Council on Monday, the president (Cr Wallace) said lihe desired to extend the congratulationes of the council to Cr llouget on his election to the Evelyn seat in hle Legislative Assembly. lie had known Cr Rlloupe from b.:yhiood, ann 'was quite satislied thal" they had a, member in whom they could place every coiilidence. .Ile would with out c doubt support every movement foi" the welfare of the communiiby, the uplift of the masses, and the betterment of the country. Thiey congratulated Cr touliget very hear tily on his election. t-lad knew that lih would. do his best '::in the inter ests 6f the oiisfiti'ii.' 'le" ]la.d' attended the me-etings of tihe couii cil regularly, taking a leading part ill its deliberat.ions, and was pos sessed of full informationl regarding the.requiremneits of t':e district. If lie did right, lie would gain the c...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

(To the Editor.) Sir,--I've always Iborrolved your laper from a. friendci 1a enjoyedi thle (tea.d and ]have got , tfew con res .from ' your advertiseien. -I wl at y?ur E ly clv iir es_ ondeC t (s yIO to do Iy little hilt to keelp your'| flag flying. CON ' ACTOR. Croydon, 21-12-1.

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

(To the Editor.) - Sir,--iYouir correspondent a't Mlt. i, cly n has .hit; mne on the raw. I owe 18 month01 " subsCription, ili! I send you, a iJoshtal 1loLe Ior it. I promise you tlhat 11 stick to the old motto, "Live :and ,et Live. READ)Ell. .Gruyer, 22-121..

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LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING.   The monthly meeting of the above council was held in the Shire Hall, Lilydale, on Monday last. Present: Crs. Wallace (president), Prouget, Blair, Daly, M'Ghee, Town, Hughes. CORRESPONDENCE. From Public Works department, requesting council's assistance in   finding employment for unemployed   through war and drought.- It was -pointed out by Cr Hughes that; the council 'yas doing work to the value of some thousands of pounds auth. or;sed lby the Country Relad B.ardl, and lie inoved that a reply bie sent that the council was doing all that could be expected in the direction indicated.-Seconded by Cr 3I'Ghee toaid carried. 1Fromn same, stating tlhat tihere is no power to grant consent to con. nodttaing the house of W. . Wil. liaas, of Anderson's Creek road, with the council's electric supply schemce at .lingwood, as it is out side the area of thle council's or der. lowcver. if there is no oh. jection by th...

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