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YARRA JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 25 December 1914

YARRA JUNCTION. (From our own Correspondent.)   Christmas is again with us-the season of peace and goodwill, and though Yarra Junction, like the rest of Australia, is feeling to a cer tain extent the war and drought depression ,the festival season is     driving away dull care, and making everyone feel more optimistic. Numbers of visitors are arriving, and an unusually brisk time is an ticipated. Quite a nuImber of ev ents are arranged, and the outlook, which a while ago was rather dull, is now exceptionally bright, and visitors who are spending the holi days here will doubtless carry away a very favorable impression of our little town. Oddfellows' Ball .-On F'riday ev ening the Oddfellows held a. plain and fancy dress ball, and . though the ball was by no means crowded, those present, spent a very enjoy ablo evening. Thle trophies for best fancy costumes were awarded to Miss Florrie Allan as "Night,'" and Mr J. Hlickey as "His Satanic Ma, jest...

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PUBLIC OPINION AND THE WAR. AN APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

PUBLIC OPINION AND THE WAR. :1N AIPPEA L. The following passage is repro duced from the Icading article in 'T'ihe Times" of Sat urd y. Novet er 21. 191.1:--"We direct special attention to the important appe:,l we pudlish to-day from the Central Committee for -ntional I'atriotic Oranienatiton. Thlie Colitt?t 1111tn dcrta.kes the task of explaining the reasonlls for the war to our O\w1 eople .a.nd of laying before neuttral countries a clear statement of the. British ca se. Thie appeal is-backed by tilmePrime illinister, Lord Rose bery. il' 11talfour, and others, and its objects are so urgent and im. perative thalt we trust a generous response will be made.'" The following letter appeared in all the most important newspapers of the United Kingdom on Satmor vurday, 21st November, 1911: Sir.-At, this time of grave a.t, iolnal crisis, we trust tlhat you will permit iis to invite tile co-operation of all your readers' in the important woxrk whichl has beenI initiated by lthe.Central Conlmi...

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YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

YARRA GLEN. (Fromu Our Own C:Orespondent.) 'The lo\vong 4Hl1 .IB. Battalion of tenior b(adets held a ten d:ays' oCcaalmpmnt at Ya'ra (Ilen. Abtiot 20:) cadets were accomnlmdaledl ill a large imarqurne and i i spaeious hnll. placed at, their disposal by the Y:irra Glci Hlorlictiltlural Socilvy. On \Ved nesday even ig Ithe resiaents were trea.ted to a111 ollen-air conlcert. ind oit 'l hluln dac v he I (': ) was oI)penI for visilors. anld sports tmcclinig was held. A v'lm a i tInI . 2I.' yc rs of age. knowti as Charles Smil h. an ii Inigrant. who was emiployed ua aI dairy farm at Yeoring. was drowmned in the Yarra on Sunday last whilstI bIatliniii with companionls.

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THIEVES AT MOOROOLBARK [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

THIEVES AT MOOROOLBARKI Ernest A. Hadfield, a resident of Mooroolbark, reported to the Lilydale police,that his house had been broken into on Sunday, and an attempt been Inade to poison him.. SHadfield has an orchard, and on Sunday had several visitors. He left his home to see them off by the train, and on returning discovered that his house latl been entered ai0d ihat " t4 in gold, a gold watch, acd 'securities for several'hundred pounds were missing from a trunk, in which e had left the,,, T- also stated tahe `r?ieyelid 'ai ttetupfed to 'oiol ~ 1 by putt'ing a drug in is sugar. He nlixgd hiin, ei\f a (elol dtrinl(, and in?unediatcly afterwards was seized with severe abdominal pains. Hle is now out (,f danger, Detective Piggott .was sent froml Melbourne to assist the Lilydale police to trace the of fenders.

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WOORI YALLOCK [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

WOORI YALLOCK (Fronm. Our Own Corrospondent.) A comblined csamp, iuider the as piccs of the Young Mlen's Christian Assoeia,tion, was held in this die trict during the Christmaa n.ad Now Yeair holidiys on the Inropelrty of Messr's 'Aleese Bros. Those /, c'namp comprised boys of the junior departmentl under ir A. A. Way. Boys' V\'ork l Secretary and th YV.M.C.A. llth Melbnirne 'Troop ! oy/ " Scouits; under Scoutina,,'ter Ioblt. Wayv. The site selected was ,d mirtably siltuated on the Woori3:,l . hck Crek on nice undiulaltin . ground, very wisely chosen by thi canp leaders, as the subIelI;lcil. un seasonable weathler proved. The a.d vance guard. under thle ca.pable sup ervision of Mlr \. Hunter. proved tihemselves highly efficient in the work of tent. pitching, as somne 18. tortls and- a large mtl'quee were made read\y in onle day for habits. A Inlarge nultmber of boys arrived im. camp on Christmas Eve. and throughout the holidays the aver !age number inl atlIendllance wa~s albolutl 80...

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ON H.M.A.S. ENCOUNTER. EXCITING EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

ON H.M.A.S. ENCOUNTER. EXCITING 'EXJ'ERIENCES. (Uy t. 'Warburton Boy.) ''here was no talk of war when, about, the middlc of .Tune, the En-, counter arrived at Bundaberg (Q.) (flter a cruise to New Guinea. After arintiug ship and having a gen rald clean-up, we were looking for w,1,d1 to a, rest for a while. Whaiu we least expected it, the order canoe to heave up the anchor, and to our surprise, every man possible was sent below. We stcamled out of Ilhtndaberg at 20 knots. Of: course, we all wondered -where we were going to, and all sorts of rumors were about the ship. Somide said that a ship) was on fire, othierm that a ship Ih.ad turned turtle. 'Hlow, cver, the next morning, after pray ors. the skipper told all of us that , wireless inesange had colme TIrough sa.slin'g that war had broken ou?1 between Austria. and Servia. aId th.at. England and Germanvy might be in it before long. lHe then said we were going back to Sydney to prepare for wasr conditions. Weear rived in Sydn1ev early...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

BOWLS. The first round of the Singles Handicap must be completed by IIth inst., or matches forfeited. It has been decided by the com mittee to strictly adhere to this rule in all this season's tourna ments. The first round for the cham pionship of the club is as follows: Stallworthy v Short, Menzies v Matthews, Phillips v'Loive, Wil son v Duiinan. Byes: Morton, Scott, Eeles, Morey. To be com pleted by January 33rd or for feited. The Pairs Handicap draw for first round is as follows: Matthews and Guthrie, two behind scratch, v Duncan and Pettit, receive 12; Morey and Menzies, 1o behind scratch, v Phillips and Cathcart, receive 2: Robertson and Gilson, receive 12, v Eeles and Lowe, receive 10. Byes: Stallworthy and Middleton, 7, Wilson :and Wilson Jun., 2 behind scratch, Scoft and Morton, 8 ;behind scratch; $hort1and. Milne ricej} e 3, Stevenrs aid'Poyner receive10o, - 4;.;ohnt hv Tan. 23 'or forfeited. The clib jo jrngys tq 1elbollrne tonjorro1td piay the rekyrn match with North Fitz...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

W. MORGAN 8Z CO., 520-6 Swanston-street, Melbourne. Telephono 1006. Manufacturcrs of Tents, Tarpaulins, Rick Covers, Flags, etc. Also, all of the above can he hIqd on hire. Ver andah and Window Blinds a Speci alty. lnporters of Canvas, Duck, Twine, Bunting, etc. Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOLS GIN PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. M AG NIE R" Pure French Grape, ?* BRA ND Y ca?.c SThe Original douse of STEWART, Edinburgh SIFounded 1779.g A STRAIGHT TIP ".DRINK STEWAhTS ! " W his P you have tried 'numbers of rem edie(r for your com plaint and failed to get any benefit, DON'T GIVE UP HOPE, there is sUtil my system to try; and It has proved itself in 40 years' experlenoe lI treat ing every disease. - Where Ignorant.e Il a'Cria.e, just published. You "Nswe effordu.6b without it. Pric. Id. Medicine seot post free. wrapped secuelp is plain wrappt. \ t' " \\ *% i LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALIN...

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FANCY DRESS BALL AT SEVILLE. A BRILLIANT SPECTACLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

FANCY DRESS BALL AT SEVILLE., A BRILLIANT SPECTACLE, Our friends at Seville are never backward at lholidaiy times in th'eir endeavors to entert.ain their visitors and make enjoyment for the whole of the :iunhsibitants of their pretty little township, and, to prove this, on New Year's IEve the Patriotic Assembly, who been runnllllling fortlnightly dances in aid of tie I'ariotic 1iunmd. fa'rly excelled them selves in the manner with which t4hey gave a. p1lain and fancy dress ball. The visitors from the metro polis were most, effusive in their praises of the way in which they were catered for in music, refresh ments. and goodly company. The fine new Mcclhanics' Hall wa.s beautifully decorated with 'fligs of the Allies, Japanese lanterns, nud garlands. The cffect was most clharimming, as, combined withx tihe gay dresses and fancy costumes of the ladies and gentlemen. inter spersed with those in the more som br plain revening dress, quite a f:airyv uicture was nl.de. W\ithout being invid...

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NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

NEW INVENTIONS. UUMMUN W\VALiTil .A''ENL'TS. Applicitions for grant of letters pat ent, which have been lodged in the !ollowinlg names, have been acceptoed by the Cominissioner:- Messrs G. G.L Turri and Co., pat cunt attorneys No. 1, of Australia, or the I?ialto, 4t99 Collhns Street,. Mel bourne, have prepared this report from tile olhclul records: Joints for 'iles.--low simple it is to make money by m\veitons is shown by the lollowing successful notion. To join two timbers ther is driven over the bottom a sleeve which has a contral diaphragm. A dowel pin is driven through this cen tre. The upper pile is now driven down on the pin, and the sleeve se cured by bolts. Mr. 1W. A. McDear nid, Florida, U.S.A. Water Cooled oate.-A sale hais sides with iesilan IKept moist, and through wncll air passes to cool the foud. Th'e invention is a successItul one, ana is due to the ingeouty of iMr. A. S. Ilawling, of N.S.W. During Concrete Pipes.-A sirumple idea is im this case offective. A shield o...

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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

CROYDON. (From Our Own Correspondent.) We're begiinning to know ca.ch other again. The many strange faces are disappearing, getting back to "the daily round, the common task,' The coaches and motors have been kept busy, and the boarding houses have presented quite a lively ap peara:ice. ,The local Red Cross *Committeo are still in recess, but expect to be inl full swing in less than a fortnight. Further changes are being made at the local railway station. S1r Lance Pratt has been promoted to the rank of booking clerk at Men toan, and IMr Snell, of Werribed, has assumed the' duties of porter. Cricketing and tennis were the chief forms of sport during the holi day week, althoWgh there werenum erous picnic parties to the differ ent beauty spots. Th - dance on New Year's Evo was well patronised, and the usual cannonade was heard as 1915 was ushered in (?) Had it not been for the conduct of one or two persons-let ils as sume not wholly 'respofisible for their actionis-we imig!lt have had...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which, however simple it may be, will save labor, or expense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient. or promote pleasure-r-edIee waste. People who handle things in every day use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capitali..ts of to-morrow. lRead the splen:lid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa touenting in the chief countries,-then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious :rtend has produced a clever invention ;,ut hliml on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. T'lownend, an editor, says oi the "'nventors' Guide," "1 am re commending it strongly to friends. Ilest of the kind I ,.ave seen. It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive telling him where le can obtain the "In ventors' Guide." 3. For yourself obtain this book, which to...

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ORANGE BLOSSOMS. LYDSTER—MITCHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

ORANGE BLOSSOMS. ]YIT D iE -- ITCIIELL. (On Saturdriy, 26tih )ecember. Blearuty Fa!ln. Wandin. was the scene of i. brilliant wedding, when Iluhy, fourth ldau.ghte cr tof 111 and hiMrs J. .1,. 1litchell. was married to lieury. youngest son of ilr and Mrs Thios. I.ldster. 'The ofliciating clergyman was the I1ev. Mr (Gil der. The bride was Ieauit ifutlli gowned in white merve silk. trim imed with ela borate lace, arn-d car ri-cd a houquet, of white roses anid nasparaigus fern. The bridesinmaide were Miss Pearl 1litchell, whlo wore white silk crepe, and M\liss E'ileen .Smythel (Kew). gowned in white voile trihnmed with lace. Both car. Vied bIouquets of pale pink carna tions and tasparagus fern (the gift of Mir Poulter, of carnation fame). and looked perfectly lovely. T'he best. ian was h:\Ir Thos. Lydster, and the groomsman Mr J. 31. MIit chell After thec ceremonlly ani adjourln mernt was made to thle o]d factory, which had been beautifully decor ated with ilags, etc., by friends of the...

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WONGA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

WONGA PARK. (From Our Own Correspondent.) 'his .dislrit'it h11:1 its fair shal e of visitoris at, ('hrisltma, but very little outdoor pleasure could hr. in dulg'd in on amoutlt of the ra ill. Ilow\\eer, pkle'Inty If a tnlsellt \\tl' fount indl(ootrs Ito oc'ctll.V tlhe Limg. of visitors. Very heavv rIin fell I ,r:' II Chrisltl1n l,s Ev. 1 I Ilointls beitui rI' gistered uI? till I o'clock n (hrist tiu;s Dla'. O( Christmas niug'ht h' points fell in aquarter of an hour. Ureatl damage was done in nuiny oi, rds. the soI il being v' washted a.ttI' Iy rol olllthe tlrees, and.lll ill s llome Ilcase deposited many chains away. Mr Bkishouut's lroprrt sullered most. between LO,5 and 1,100 worth of damage being done, larns over M[owed. and ill one or LtVo cses burst. A cowardlyl. brutial attack was imade on an ellerly la11 here last Munday night by a. fiuitgrower r:m1 ed. I llead. 'lc The lady wtas ion a iricdlytt visit. land the part' were conversinlg Oi local(1 lltt crl. lwhe without warnilli'...

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THE LILYDALE SHOW. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

THlE LII YD ux IIi \lJ, To the Editor. Io lls yea. fi5 we Irive I tl(lO; 1 1)0 a(liJ nu 1hi ucli to tI le beaiut} of( Ljtilvdtt. LVIIIti II IIII V",/V "Illar tol lilik ;usiil to :,IIC(C" 'I I~u~i) III I III Lxg, . yI cn vie t"s couldl Ib." t \ an g o ett d-.O10~ 1.4 -A

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SHOOTING FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

SHOOTING FATALITY. At about 7.30 p.m. on lst Jan tiary a fatal shooting accident oc curred at Silvan, a boy named Geo. IWilliam Newman, aged 13 years, who was spending the holidays at his brothler's farm at "Ferndale," being shot by another boy named Rupert Taylor. It appears that de ceased and three companions, nau ed 'Rupert Taylor, :Clifford Cumming n.nd Leslie Sessions, had been shoot ing at a brick which had been placed on a stump by one of the boys. Tiring of this amusement, the gun was laid on the ground loaded lin one barrel. The boys then started wrestling, and Tay lor picked up the gun, which ex ploded, the charge lodging in de ceased's right side in the region of the kidneys. Dr. Short, of Lily dale, was summoned by telephone, but on his arrival life was extinct. A magisterial inquiry was held on the 2nd inst., when *Ir T. E. H-arrison, J.P., recorded a verdict of accidental death.

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXXII. A FINISHED COQUETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

--- THE MASTER PASSION. CHAI'.'lE XXXII. * A FI'TNISHED UUQUlI'I'E. L?dy J-liltord was sitting in her bou doir, in the worst temper she had been in in all her lite. lire husband, who was the most long suffering of all bene diets, had seen her name in" Veracity as figurming amongst. the motley crowd gatlheted on the lawn at Honeycomb Lodge, and had given her a lecture on lho virtue of truth, as well as of social proprietles. Silo had: felt particularly ill-used in this -case, because she had taken the trouble to give him an elaborate des cription of an opera she had not seen, with appropriate remarks thrown in as to Patti's exquisite singing, and a cer tain dress of orange-colored velvet. in which she was said to look divine. Lord 1Hilford had scolded her first, and laughed at her afterwards, and it there was one tlhng she hated more than another, it was to be turned into ridicule. To be scolded simply meant that she had been naughlty, and as he tokl her selft gain and again, mice-je...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

SE,. A. SCentral Cash Store YARRA GLEN, . A GREETING ? To Our Cu tov:.:-rl ank Friends. We ar here tostay. We aro ohere to ,mek'- a succeus. We like- the ccuntry and the people. We I ko Our Busi. ness, and strive to increase it by all honouraule means. THE BEST GOO)S and THE LOWE P?lUCES are what count. One Order Wil' Convince You. Flr t-ilass Valht In DRAPERY OLOTHItG BOO`S & SHOES IRONMONGERY - - CROCKERY SGROOGERIEF Orders Delivered all over the District. Don't forget the Address: E. A. ATHERTON 'IARRA GLEN i AGENT FOR The' National Cattle Food of all kinds. .- London and Lancashire Fire Insur ( ance Co. Age, Argue, Lilydale Express and .I all weekly papers. CAN SUPPLY ANYTHING. HIELP YOUR NEWSPlAP'ER. Th-- Te gtteat aid you can gi'o your newspaper is your.JOB 'lRINT ING. If you do not feel ablo to run advertisements, you can give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billliheads, envelopes, and all busi ness printing to execute. Tie news paper man \wantls it, and it helps h...

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AFTER THE VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

AFTER THE VICTORY. (By , Maurice Maeterlinck.) At these moments of tragedly none should be allowed to speak who can not shoulder a rille-for the written word seemslll so laonstrously useless, so overwhelningly trivial, in front of all this mighty drama that shall for a long time, it may be for ever, free iankind fromn the scourge of war; the one scourge asmong all that cannot be ex cused, that cannllot be explained, since alone among all its issues entire front the hands of mann. But it is while this scourge is upon us, %lwhile we have our being in its very cnctre, that we shall do well to bal ance the guilt of those who have eont imitted this inexpiable crime. It is now that Nwe are in the thick of the horror, undergoing it, feeling it, that we have the energy, the clear-sightedness, need ed to judge it; front the depths of the most fearful injustice justice is best perceived. When the hour shall have comie for settling accounts-and it will cot long delaly--we shall have forgotten ...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 8 January 1915

FOR WOMEN tly "Anmbrosine.") A. trelnch soldier claius 's?Ur oLU Ii~ thle i're"c?h lied gross nurses, thue lisgl ost decorati.oI thait Irallce can bestow, tile Cross of the Legion of Honor. It appears, lrom an article in the "MLorn illg Post' that :;,s ooll as bthe G?r manrs entered Cambrai, the wounded Frenchl soldiers land a bad time of it, as the German soldiers seized every silllmg for teiiiseles. "'Buit,' col tinuied the narrator, "one of the Roed Cross Nurses stuck by us heroically. She stole lood Iroin the enemy, some tilles5 lour, soulietllu es rice, sollletllnes haricot beanus-enough to keep us alive. But that was not the only thing she did. Silo knew that all ot us would much ratlher be shot than be left as prisoners in the enemliy's hands, though nearly all of us had inmilies. Besides, she was a patriot, and said, 'If only you can get away, you .will be able to go on fighting against the Germlans, and that is so much gain for France !' So she set to work, and at last succ...

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