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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 15 January 1915
DJOURTS OE PETTY. SESSIONS, Healesville.-Everyr Thursday, at 10 a.m. Lilydale.-Every FIriday, at p.30 e;.m. Wearburton;-.every Saturday, att &.30 6.m. Clerk of Courts.-Mr T. B. Wade. Police lraggistratcs.-Dr. R. H. Cole and Mr H. Morrison. District Justices.-. FB. Lithgow, Coldstream] RI. IH Hlenty, WVopga Park > Mr and Dr. A. B. Syme, Lilydale* J. Rougret, 3andin; J. Wallace, Seville 11. M . Bridger, Croydong C. Bath, Yrara Glen; N. Ellis, Dixonas Creek WY. Privett and W. Jolliffife, Healesville? H. Ewart, Hoddle's Creeki J. Lithgow and E. A. Story, yVarburtonr J. H. Thomp son, lI.A., Silvany A. G. Buller, West Warburton, Jas. Hunter, Bee nakil T. W. Simpson, We. A. Whar ingtona' A'. E. T. Payne Lilydale; Richard B. Kelly, CrOoydon' David Blair, Elazeldene,
SEVILLE v. WOORI YALLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 15 January 1915
SEVILLE v, WOORI YALIOCDK. The above match was commenced on Saturday last. Scores: Woori Yallock. A'. These, lbw, b L. head :.. '43 B. 'Alsop, b E. Read .., -. . 7 . Doutlije, b Le Page :... 5 W. Staff, c Payne, b f. head 55 L. Teede, o Hand, l C. Wallace 86 A. Ockwell, aot out ...... 29 C. Yelland, n Duck, U L. Read ;0 F. ea4, c Le Page, b Payne... 17 HI. Ewa-t, not out..: ~.. ,S 5 Sundries.,. as ..s ... 23 Total for 7 wickets ... 223 Bowling.-E. Read, 2 for 31; Le Page, 1 for 41; Duck, 0 for 20; C. Wallace, 1 for 17; Payne, 1 for 39; N. Wallace, O for 11; L. erad, 2 for 24; Baker, . for 25.
CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association WANDIN v. LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 15 January 1915
* CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association WANDIN v. LILYDALE. This match was commenced on the Lilydale ground on Saturday last. R. Morton was unfortunate in getting a severe blow on the eye from a rising ball, which is still troubling him. Sdores: Lilydalo. A. Deschamp, h A. Overton ... 8 Fenton, c, b A. Overton ... 11 Morton, lbw, b A. Overton ... 2 Bell, c, b T. Russell ... ... 16 Noden, 1) G. Russell .. ... 6 S. Goode, fI, b T. Russell ... 28 G. Milne, c, b T. Russell ... 16 Hutton, c, b T. Russell ... 1 F. Deschamp, c, b T. Russell 9 Eales, not out ... .. , 20 Jerranms, b W. Russell... Sundries... ;... :. .. 1 Tot l - . ... :... .. 1 Bowling.-G. Russell, 1 for 26; A. Ovetton, 3 for 35; T. Russell, 5 for 29; W. Russell, 1 for 1. Wandin. T. Russell, lbw, b Bell... ... 8 E. Overton, not out ... ... 92 Sundries.. .. Total for 1 wicket *..13.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 15 January 1915
1uiblio Notioes Dancing and Physical Culture Classes. CROYDON MECHIANICS! INSTI - TUTE. Children, from 4 to 6 p.m. Six pence per lesson . Adults-Dancing Class 7.45 to 0.45 p.m. 12s 6d per term of 12 lessons. Terms: In advance. MISS LAWRENCE and MISS KIRK wvill open classes aa above a The English, Scottish and Australian Bank LIMITED. A BRANCH of this BANK is now OPEN DAILY at RINGWOOD with an AGENCY at CROY DONOyOen TUESDAYS and FRDY,10 till 12. When EVERY KIND of BANK ING BUSINESS may be fransacted. P. T. YOUNGI *Manager Workers Compensation Act, 1914. Compulsory Insurance. STATE ACCIDENT INSURANCE OFFICE Issues Policies which are Guaran teed by the Government of Victoria. Full partlculars, Forms and Rates can be obtained on. application to the State Savings Bank, Lilydale. C, S. GUTHRIE, Manager. GRAZERS WANTED 800 ACRES. Splendid Grass. Well Fenced. Good Shelter.. Every Chre taken, but no respon sibility 'SgUNNYDALE,u WARBURTON. ME~S-= J. MHLNE & SON IAAIM STREET1 LXIDYDA...
COLDSTREAM v. LILYDALE ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 15 January 1915
dCOLDSTREAM v. LDL awfERS.. The aliove match was boommeaced at Coldstream on Saturday last. Scores: Lilydale Rovers. Hodges, li Town... 1 rzicu-, , pvuGsesi a. w vadn 9 Stevens, li WV. Madden 2..t L. 9 A'. Sebire, b Town t., i..., 8 Wardell, lh W. Madden :... -... 0 'Morris, c D). 'Madden, 1I iW. 'Midden ... ..... , '3 4 Allen, 1I :w. Madden . 0 Herry, 1I WY. Madden ... c.. 8 A. H. Sebire, b Town .. c.. 10 Arnott, b Town :... L. e.. 2 Beavis, not out .... .. .. 3 Sundries... to -- ** 2 Total '... . 47 Bowling.-W. Madden, 3 for 22; Town, 4 for 23. Coldetreams. N.. Williams, 0 Morris, I 'Allen 0 J. Donleavy, 1I Holter :,. i... 4 W. Town, 1I A. Sebire... :... 18 C. Fisken, O 'Arnott, bA. Sebiro 30 WV. 'Madden, not out ... .60 C. Madden, Ti A. Sebir -. 0 D. 'Madden, sot out :.. :... 49 Sundries.. . . , r2-.. 6 'dtbl for 5 wickets r.. 167 Bowling.-Allen, 1 for 12, Hol for, for 28; As Sebire, 3 for s8. Whei; 'cdoing liusinesa ~vit'tflu uadC- I vartiser, pleoLso flay thati you Bawl Ihis Ei...
(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 15 January 1915
(To the Editor.> Sir,-On reading your reference to an attack on an elderly lady ati Wonga Park on Sunday night, 3rd January, and being eye witnes ses, in justice to the man men tioned, we beg po deny tbhe ~ccuracy of the incident as reported in your paper. The facts are thjat during a rather heated argument on poul ry matters, tie lady struck tWe child of tlio man mentioned with her Aumbrella, whereupon the man took her by the shoulders to her son (who was waiting to take her home) and told him to take his mother home. I think in fairness to the man mentioned this letter should he published.-Yours, etc., 7. and J. SJYV YOUNG.
WONGA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 15 January 1915
WONGA PARL Mr Sweetlaad, of the "Age': of fice, favored the residents ofWonga Park, on Thursday evening, 7th!inst*., with his well-known lantern lec ture, "How a Great Newspaper is Produiced.'Z The lecture, whiich was very interesting and instructive, was much enjoyed by those pres clii, and the local school was Well filled for the occasion. The com mittee wish to specially thank Mfr Oowper for his kindness in pro viding and operating the lantern. The lecture was given to raisefunnds to purchase a Union Jack for the State school, and as a. result n nice sum wns obtained, which will enable the Scliool Committee to purchase *one. Great .nRdignation was felt by those present (and others) that the local hall could not be obtained for the entertainment, .on account of the caretaker having to go to town on business on hthj particular day. Surely the Hall Committee could make arrangements that, when the caretaker has to go away on business, the public could lire the hall when they re quire...
NEW I.O.R. LODGE. OPENED AT YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 15 January 1915
NEW LO.R. 'OPENED. 'AT'i YAREC GLEN. lThe opening of a branchbi of Who I.O.. Lodge hat Yarra Glen ras carried out with marked success oni Wednesday evening, :0th inst. Bro, Stafford, D.O.R., conducted the meeting, and put the newly elected offlcers througs their duties; after the usual lodge proceedings were put through, asocial evening wa~s held in the Victoria [lull, when all interested in the cause, inolu ding many Healesville friends, at tentively listened to ddresses gi von by Bro. Stafford, D.C.R., Bro. J. lRougeii, M.L.A., and Pro. Clark, oE Henlesville. Messrs Jenkins brothers rendered valuable assist ance to the social evening by .teir sihging, and the Glen folks tle eagerly looking forward to their return on some future ocatson1 ]3ro. Clark was also loudly applauded when ho sang 1Work, Boys, Work.' Miss Herbert acted as acoompaujis in her usual satisfactory ainner. Supper was then provided by lady friends, after whichl a few hours' dancing brought tt very tnjoyable ovening...
APOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 15 January 1915
APOLOGY. [We gladly publish this explanation, and unhesitatingly express our deep re gret at Its publication, which occur red during the absence of the Editor on holidays, and without his know ledge, .For this regrettable inadvert ence we extend the fullest apologies to Mr Read, and are profoundly sorry that the statements contained in our correspondent's letter should have been obtruded into our columns. We also thank Messrs Young for supply ing the correction in Mr Read's inte rests, which we insert with pleasure as affording the exact facts of the re grettable incident*-ED- R. a C. C.I
FINANCE, DISTRESS, AND TAXATION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 15 January 1915
FINANGE, DISTRESS, 'AND TAXA. TION. (To the Editor.) Sir,-In the short space of a few months with a new Government we are informed that with over a mil lion pounds ~deficit on the last finan cial year it is necessary that fur ther taxation, must be imposed up on the people's earnings, viz., the thae on income, the tax on land, the probate luties, and much more to come, such as railway freights, pas senger fares; each, one and all, is to be yaised enormously. (Commerce snd manufactures are suffering dreadfully, immense numbers of the working classes are destitute of em ployment, and nothing is spoken of but universal suffering. And yet the people have now to dig deeper into their pockets than ever for the treasury coffers. No apology what ever is made to the people by the Government-none whatever. 'Are they to, then, remain ignorant of the cause of this behaviour ? Sure ly not. These causes have been pery imperfectly explained even in the Parliamentary benches, among the members, man...
OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 15 January 1915
OUR LEHTER BOX --~---OO-- Without necessarily indorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communi cations bearing on topics of publio interest, which may be intelligent .ly and briefly expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.
WONGA PARK HALL. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
WONGA PARK HALL'. (To bhe Editor.) ' ' of 16th Ja.nuary from thle Wonga Park School Committec's secretary. It imentioiis one incdividultil for the tiall. 'This is ot l.i. I iildertsland tJh-ti. Ill' oldi pionceres who built the hall built it for ev\eryuo in tlihe district who cared to make thelm .sclves sociable and provided they adhered to the rules a.nd regulations, which is the only right at.l propeo thling to do. Iistea:(1 ol nlinkiiin rema:rks about tihi carelaker,. whiy doesn't she make her complailnts to t;here is , genLtleman wiho Ihppeons l:o be serviing on 11 School Csom. inittea as well is thie Haill Con init:lc. who should know the rnles andl regulations for the letting o(l the hill. Why ldoesn'it he defejnd l:he ca.retaker.. and not allow the'se .omai'ks to l. pil lished in'iiist ]'as fellow olhicer! I I the hall hinp plenedl to ie let, and a miisla?p oc curlrled and the caretaker weas ab sut. all the recslonsibilitv would h2 put on to him for not. being at his ,ost. Th...
FINANCE, DISTRESS, AND TAXATION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
FINA:NCE, DISTRESS, 'AND TAXA TION. (To the Editor.) The position is such: that the S Australian debt will rapidly become unmanageable for constant renewal. The Ministers and Parliamentary Inombers purposely keep this tre mendous debt always away from the eyes of the people. They would be only too pleased if the people knew eothing about ,it. And for what reasons? For reasons known only toon well to themselves. and we Snao only very much at the begin mning of the trouble. 'The mor 'chants will sooner or later be left, iwithout buyers, a.nd the'y s1ill Ibj . iouud to the clay of payment b\ hcceptancc. Credit will begin to suffer (it is doing so ilre:lyd). .aL ,. then many of the smaller mcrchlants will have oheii' bills refused. This will operate seriously against, the I larger ones. The banks will from necessity have the balancce of their customers withdrawn; they will lose, a. tlv from .nead and parItly from fear, many sums that tWhy holU at interest; their ability to accwommo date...
OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
OUR LETTER BOX . . oo ----- ,Without necessarily indorsing the opinions of bur correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communi cations bearing on topics of public interest, which may be intelligent ly and briefly expressed and free from personalities, on c-ndition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.
COMMONWEALTH BANK. PROGRESS DEMONSTRATED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
COMMONWEALTH BANK, I'IIO(;RESS DEMONSTRIIATED, Average assets of the Comllon. wealth Bank of V'ictoria for tlh? quarter ended :31st December total,' £2.131.886, and liabilities '£2,438, 832. Included inL the assets nru coined metals, £137,248; Australian notes, £82118 ; G overnmelnt, nd tunici .al kecaritips, £970,921 notes a·nd bills of other banks, £160(Q03,;-. Ibaelhices due, £584.1 2J; Ihills dis: ((tult td. loians t :latl advances 1 due, C200.911. Liabilities include bills i circul tio.l C(232;. doposits not bIu:ril intlerest, £783.0(32 doposits bI:ring interest. £186.797: savings bk d(pl sils, 01,1462,109. I.iahilit.ies in thr. De)cemtl'er qtlar ler. 1913, wver £1.3:17.217, an.d ns* siet £1?.115.5t;. An inletresling item is Ite a t itl'lt IttYfst'd in lG oyer'V . mel. n gal G ld m i lla. secu'rjlje?, Vhic(:Iy hlts been inure?tstd hby Il (11h$;l, showing the exItent Io, which the bank fllts lpr?lg'lsed in oceintno.l d:Ot int. uitunteipal ttn (Grovernmnttma int c.prise.,
CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
CROYDON. (From Our Own Correspond?ut.) . Such dust. storms as were exper ienced in Croydon oi T'uesda~y morn ing should show the need of street protection by the planting of trees. Certainly thcse alrready planted are, ton the whole, failures ; the very few that have found a congenial aioil or a tree lover are mere ex ceptions. The business premises of the main street must suffer terribly, on 'such days of northerly winds, and the owners should rise up and urge for tree planting on proper lines. One tihing is certa'in--thr removal of the trees between Hew isih road and Taylor's store (where the :oad is certainly too narrow) will not improve matters. The wid ening of the roadway and proper tree-planting should effect an im. provemelu t. The powers that be have inspect ed the various sites suggested as tihe proper ones for the standpipo to be erected. Let. us hope beforo long ti, see a whole crop of pipes along the street. Better still, we shall hope for a, properly constit uted Water...
VICTORIAN SCHOOL GIRLS. CUT, CART, SELL WOOD, AND SKIN RABBITS FOR THE EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
VICTORIAN SCHOOL GIRLS. CUT, CART, SELL WOOD, AND SKIN .BIABBITS FOR THE EMPIRE. At a fuarewell fmunction to a largo number of the State sch:ool tea chors whro hail- volunlbccred for tho filsl Expeditiona-ry Force, Mr Frank !!ate., M.A., I.S.O., Director of Edu cation, in wishing hie men good bye and good luck, hoped that they would return competent? "to teach German with a Berlin accent.' .To show the excellent patriotic work' done by the sclhool children for tlhe fuiture comfort and welfare of thl W1ry men hli :was addressinir. 'on (Mr Tate) quoted two notable in stances-the Oxley Flat boys, who sold frogs pt 2s Gd per dozen to the University for experimental pur poscs, not to tickle the palates of at bnavoe French allies; and the \Wangaratta school lads, wilo cart ed firewood. The Director ga~ve tho illustrations, and the audience chierl ed them as examples of patriotio work hard to excel. The "RIoseduale Courier,'" l,owev~er, idscribes an effort which: all will anrcc easily "top...
Shire of Upper Yarra. STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
Shire of Upper Yarra. STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30; .1914. BEECEIPTS. TOTAL. EAST. OENTRAL. WEST. TRUST. STo Balance at Audit. Sept. 30, 1913 S.ates Current ... ::, Rates Overpaid . , . ates Arrers ,, ates Interest i... . .:. R ptes Extira , Ra.tes Sanitary .... ,, Mates Sanitary, Ovelrpaid ,, IRates Interest C. overnment Gilantl... Government Endowmnien..'. - ,, Licences Equivalent ,, Licences. Slaughtering ,... , Pound Fees . , Dog Fees Contractors' Deposits ... '.;,Wire Netting Instalments and Interest ... ... ... ,, Miscellaneous Receipts ... ,, Law Costs . ... S.,Interest on Loans... Land Sales . SGrazing Fees. Wuarliurton Reserve ,, Queen's M?lemorial I.D. Hospilta A, Adjustment of Rlidings... e, Victorian Rahvilayvs 'Refund ,, Country Roads Board ... ,, Overpaid Rates Balance Overdraft Coloninl Bank ... L838 10 11 Unpres. Cheques... 257 16 9 L1069 7 "8 SLess Cash in Hand 35. 9 8 TOTALS. ... .. EXPENDIT URI'E.. :., , '[- ? ,_ . _ 87 11...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 22 January 1915
The signal slhops workmeon ht Now port ;intend holding a big picnic at Lilydale eruly in llarch. MIr W. Rothque las removed his cabs, horses, etc., to the Lilydale lHotel Stables, where he will carry on business in future. MAiss Moroney, as per announce ment, resumes tuition in Lilydale on Monday next, and at Yarra Glen on the following Friday. The 'complete balance sheet and financial statement of the Upper Yarra Shire for the year ending 30th September, 1914, is advertised in this issue, anmd will be found on l)ige 3. A meeting of the Lilydale Pro glres Association will be held in the Library, Athenaeum Hall, ta por adverti8sement, on Monday ewven ing 'next, 25th inst., when a good attendance is desired. In this issue tenders are invited by 'the Upper Yarra Shire, return able ion 1st February, for two con tacts-forming and metalling on Woodspoint road ý!ind cartage of metal on Iloddles' Creek road. At the examination of the Lon don College of Music, -held at the residence of 1)I J...