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Lilydale P. H. and A. Society ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

[Lilydale P. H. and A. Society .\l).;OtRNEI) ANN t.L . 1l]E:lIN(. .t the adjourned annual meeting iof the alhove i Til lusd ay.e'eiiitg. in the fhi"I'h'l,ite Hall. " L'. Blair (Irresie.tiii) in the helair, there were treseiit. - lessrs, iue. Bi ,(hilne. I'. .il1hgy. w -iniltsi, u. Jgrrey. ,J'm t. ('. \\V. and \ '. T. ill. Itoll. Pecttit. and .1. I)escliatuI ( c.rt :t rev.) 'Thle bhliee shlcet, which tw"s of' a s itisfit t r. nit tr.. shi wig a ue (it hahluce ofi L.1 Ills lid. wtas re i, tiand aoilto ata thie 1i 'iotat cl. lug. At the i?ist. lteetilg Bhr A. l)e.-cha'i l also hnlinuti.ed ihat. ow in. to thie ]probbiliity ot l ihs heini ,st'ay front the district during the tinte it was niecess?5li to work up the ,hi?u. he vouI (ih unI ble to t et icep the ptositiont of se'retarl. The election l" th1e other ulli'e Iear('rl. tiok ph ti in 'u I J sd y. ;anh ter sult(t it- f,,ll '"n :- I''.' e((iliul- rit i. I Bla.itv. \iie-lires'idtnt ls. -- .e i.rs \ . (;. .\l'.\isuer. \V. l-ne. T'I. B. ...

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LILYDALE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

LILYDALE POLICE COURT. 'ritlV, A\ll"u st -J1th. oef'n-r Di. R. IH. (Cole. I. \?I. and d.\ sis Simpson,. larrison an?ld oinget .1's. '. .1. 'rT'o d v. If. 'lKa.y. claim lfor 0I. 10.?s I0 .1hila ce ? lute.for sle of clt?fr by dflcfnhlant otn bIxhnllf of claimant. lir 1luilih a?lpp'ad?lc for •".oml lainant i n? d Mr I). IltraiysIhi" for tlrfetlutiln . After cxilihining (lie 1Ils (f the ,;Ils(-l. \r It lill called the compl lain ail . .1. I.. T'od who deposed thait. he a rrinegd with defendant to cut I stack of hauy a.id sell for him and Collect the tunney. Witness gave ,de felditlaut: about 5is worth "of iags. The. ,lrrangcnl lt w'ts na'lde at the "rd of ha'rch lost. Subsequentl.v ,ir 31'Ka~y said he had sent £:: to vitnless, he hletter being posted at Ithe Lilvdille r'i 'las stl'tiinl. con aii:ing three .?:10 notes and tihree ri notes, \\'il.ntss loaned defendant 1:5 also. C.r.w's-rxint n'- -.\k d flend:nl. after cutting the ehitll t ( col 'et, the money for him. Witness allowed hint ...

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CHURCH SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

' iii .lrI LiI I u ii 't Xi'tr Il I ll at `. .II,,, LI~ilv I L" r ii ýuull 1)11 1(1 C iw i : ii ilrj a ti I rI I' I i Iii111 'hlie 1.i1;I1;Ile 1,11 I lXIII CtiII l'tit iI the aIII jn ýIILI r iIc. JI is liu I 11 Ilmt I XXIIIc g i ri largHI t(III:lL(L of Iric jil1- 11111 l~llLIOILI r 'tic lite LhIII(J LI I ii uceasioII-.

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SILVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

S L VAN. (Iront our ow ii Cot~rceputd ell L. iiiianu 4l alertinku of tile It.e ii oll \Xediliesdla\ i st 11:15 well atl:it1 ccedlilga tliy'Jil''iit. Alr .Ja". Iitui herred to fliepr-n "' ,i i a on c. i-i" lin lttllliifill 111111e Iii Fedra p( o i l itl( slt lieil, _I that 'Iir 'CilX~t 11 ii - ilia iliiliti to l~ ti-et liv- Condii t the occtittict'I I,.\ lIti,-l~s III grivt' n111 wtitli tie Lierll lrogl:Illtile if filu 110Ž1' andi IeiiiljtiiL'il with Ii I Iii jitiiol~o~t-. 'Tle st: 'ikcrse WerIe inter spiersed ttithi son1g. itt hits -aNul iiid dIrti I. Eale10 I 'flie ferri r Ii r Xea it~ aI-f "I nk elri- uin . - in w ih ialiiiut-l Itecn- ioiuel Mr ":~ Xli'u raI liii 1Ž10 -Il ii.*l ofi tell-1.. 11(1 'II lit' (r flint-il, 'iii ii lilt Xi It'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

There Is but~-. *ONE Schnapps.. . WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS SCHUTZE & CO., Pure Woollen - UNDERWEAR Manufacturers. Ladies, Gentlemen's and Children's Combinations, Singlets and Drawers, etc., made to measure. Price Lists and Samples on application. BLOCK ARCADE, Melbourne. 282 Collins-street. Take Lift 1 MS "o HORSMAN'S Guaranteed by Us for One Season. Model A.A.A. 50/ Ardsley . . 21/ Ce taur . . 42/ Knickerb'ker 21/ Int.rco1'goato, 32/0 Berkeley. 18/0 LoI A.1- 7 37/6 Newprrir '4 - Varsity . . .' 35/ Clermont 17/6 Brighton . . 27/6 Cleveland . 12/6 Cli?ttax ... . 5/ Tether . . 10/6 PROSSER'S Phenonienon . 45/ Favorite ... 25/ Club . . . 30/ Challenge . 18/6 Association .. 25/ Unique . . 12/6 DAVIS Risley Davis . 42/ The Davis . 21/ Beginners' Racquets, 6/6, and 8/6.. Sla zenger's Ayres's, and Spalding's Rac quets in Great Variety. PRESSES- - 4-Screw, Patent 4/ 4-Screw plain 3/ 4- ,, Quickfit 3/6 2-Screw . . 2/6 NETS Tanned, 7/6, 8/6, and 10/6; Tanned, Canvas bound, 12/6; Steam Tarred...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

"E. A. ATHERTONE (JentfnrCash e Store, .iOiiI able Je e SBEST GOODS and O THlE LOWi 1'RICE . are what count. One Order Will Convince You. First-class Yakt Ihn DRAPERY OLOTHING BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY CROCKERY GROCERIES Orders DQltvorod all over the 'D lt~et, Don't forget the AddreIs: - E. A. ATHERTON YARRA GLEN AGENT IOR The National ?Oattle Food of all kinds. London and Lancashire Fire Insur ance Co. Age, Argus, Lilydale Express and aill woeokly ipaers. CAN SUPP" 1INYTHING. f,-' 111 ti'' thosad nn o?,:1?'LItEE The gretest aill you toi give; your newspa i per is your1 pJi INT ING. If you do not fee1 able to rui dvertiseoents, you can give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, bilhieads, envelopes, and al bust ncss printing to execute. The news uchper main wants it, and it helps inn. to pay his printers for setting up the thousand and one FREE 1fOTICES he gives your toon; but don't give it to the printer or job printing office that can give you no such return, and is spending ...

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KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

KITCHEN GARDEN. In small gardens it is not advisable to inmake large plantings and sowings of any kind of vegetaules, but smal ler. quant. ses will be louihd much more advantageous , as often there is nluc?il more grown tlhan can be consumed, and the consequence is that the sur plus is wasted' It is surprising t" 0otantity it Stc that can be oýitained out or - llpiece of ground,,and is a "gon ig to observe that when one lot of veetaules are well through, another of tle same kind should be put in, and in this way a succession is always at hand, and better results are obtained than it the whole of the area is put out -u large quantities. A proper observance should be main tacied as to rotationi, as it is not ad visable that root crops ifollow in places where the same description of vege tables has been previously growing. The scarlet' intermediate carrot 'is one of the best to grow for main crop, Seed may be, sown in drills about 12 inches apart, and when the seedlings are well throug...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIII. "IF SHE BE NOT FAIR TO ME." [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

THE - MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIII. "IF SHE BE NOT FAIR TO ME." And where was Ida Hamilton? The Hon. Cia Deverel would have given half his fortune to fina out, Captain Val .,.i for ;`^; f vortsios Miss Era an ten years of her' Lewhich, as she was past sixty, would have left her but a short time to enjoy her niece's society. Lady Effrida Mountjoy was much. shocked; but there is always some con solation in finding that another's loss means our own gain, and she acknow ledged to herself that the girl who had vanished from the scene so sudden ly had been her most dangerous rival. Now there was no one to stand be tween her and Cis Deverel, and before I the winter came. she hoped to-go in and win. Miss Brabazon went back to her house in Halkin street more shrivelled than ever in outward appearance, more cantankerous and irritable than ever in temper. She was a.continual blister. to Parkinson's mind, and that patient maid, deprived of the only enlivening element in her life, began to wonde...

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TREATMENT OF HEIFERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

TREATMENT OF HEIFERS. A rather illogical suggestion has been made that if a heifer is to grow into a good dairy cow she must be kept in poor condition. She certainly should not be kept too fat, but a good thriving condition throughout the growing period is what is required to produce a good sizable, healthy cow. lho best ago for serving is about 21 monthls, so that the first calves are dropped at 21 years. hlt:s age may vary slightly, as large, strong heifers may be served a little earlier, and more time given to the backward ones. In-calf hoifers should not be turned into a field with other unknown ant reals, nor should colts be allowed to run with them. During the first gestatiin period the food requires to be nutritious and bulky. Good hay, and a few roots and a pound or two of linseed cake or, oats are good. It does not matter much whether the heifer is allowed to calvo indoors or outside, but one or the other should be decided on ten days or so before calving, as it is unwise t...

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BOOKS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

oo i OOhKý 4\ I F I). Ileitdiui uiu.u 'r is Wnn~tcd for the \\ilI :iydiný liaiviug' hooks uoiil Wvit i21. . I: .. ytoe I ijethilo. hle I.ilvd:i!a 1 tllt 1110iut.ihiii I~si-tiug tile Ihel t. e's I~agc :Ile cnllielt lanrcek ýltiliil rII uuIIl t;. tili Luicl.

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AN EASY TEST FOR DIRTY MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

AN EASY TEST FOR DIRTY MILK. It needs no argument to prove that milk contamiziated with stable filth is no more lit for food than other foods exposed under the same conditions. Dirty milk is not only objectionable becauso of any visible dirt but be cause of the invisib!o bactoria whicth accompany it and threaten the health of the consumor, especially infants. ]I is claimed by one who has made in vestigations, that 5,000,000 babies in the civilised wiorld dieo every year, and that about .1,000,000 of them could be saved by the use of clean milk. Dirty milk that has been carefully strained through a layer of absorbent cotton may not alshow sediment on the bottom of the bottle, but that is not a final test for its quality. Most of the banotoria were washed through the fil ter and these bacteria, finding the milk favorable to growth, increased greatly in numbers. The following test will indicate the presence of stable filth in both the vis ible and invisiblo states: l Cleanse a test tub...

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OFF TO THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

OF1l' 'I) 'TI Ii; WA Ii. 'Iwo I.ilydal yIunig fellow's, 3hls srs A. Ii. \\illi:it s and (. .Nden. have vyluntll reer and lee ne?lept edt for servie: with the Victorian section of tihe Aust:aliin Itml:erial .ltxpediti,'arsy Force. and hlcre gone itl?t e('tib i it ?i 'ilro idin tlows'. 'Ilite for.m'ir (better known as ".? iler") Ihats beien on the stall o1 the "IEx press' for the last three y ,.lrs. \lt I. (oodte. of I.ilyldaIle. has alIso gone in(a tif unlp it liadiit.adois. hn 'ii g vtlt iulltcere l 111(1I h ieit Ct opteh hr loal ruleance totlh. f ir (nde is t le l aulttr young fellw,:. a good sport , . i1(1 15 ] ii nt 1( 6 li ?utt astta ilerftmler at coldcrt. so cialef etc. ' he tbes, wishes ot 1 at large o irde of friends wili acecou paty Hllphi Another local resident to leave for the war is Mr Le Watt, s.n of Mr J, M. Watt, statiotimaster at Lilydale, who left last. night to join the camp at Broadmeadows. Len's walking tours should render him eminently fitted for soldiering. IANI...

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DEVELOPING THE DAIRY HEIFER [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

DEVELOPING THE DAIRY HEIFER More and more, tnoughtful dairy men are coming to realise that in ord t er to have profitable herds they must raise an ddevelop their own cows. Men who have good cows are not anxious Sto part with them, and the dairyman Swho depends upon the purchase of - mature cows to keep up his herd is" forced to pay someone a handsome pro fit for raising them, or else be con tent with the culls of other herds. Even when he pays the high price, lie is no~ certain that the cows hlie buys will prove a prolitable investment. HOME REARING SIt will be tound much cheaper and Smore certain for the average daiiry - man to raise his own cows than to pay Ssomeone a proflir for raising hem for - him. It is a fact that the best pro ducing herds in the country have been bred and raised by the men who own - them. 1 T'he heifer calves raised should be I those from the best cows, and at least t one-sixth as many heifers should be raised as there are cows in the herd. SIt is estimated...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (By "Ambrosmne.") Of all their household tasks, women seem to have the most dread of dlsh washing. "I do not mind the coax ing," we often hear them say, "buts i simply cannot stand to Wash the dishes arter I am through eating." Luxe many other ills irom which we suirer in this troublesome worlo of ours, "' us thinking makes them so." Mr. Douloy would probably tell us that bhaie speare never had to wasn the ,is-es, and anyhnow he dldn't say that asou. hs particular form of tiouole. uit tor all that it's the getting at it that is the hardest part. W?th proper pre paration and plenty of soap and hot water, thnese is no need of such unholy 'aread of this famdiar duty. In the first place, when you dish the food for the table, fill each pot anu pan half full of hot water and le ithem stand on the back of (he stove or range untal you are ready to attend to them. In clearing the table after the moea wvipe 'le plates ant platters with a piece of sofut paper-old newspaper w...

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MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER. 0' rem our apec-aT Corresponcrenot. No le.m of conmmendation can be too :..a agel t ;o apply to the re spoa . :,.. h s heon to the various lo? c...e?,s to lmeet the dire emergen cies fored upon t.s by the aggression *of tihe German w..r-l.rd. The magni. ficent roll-t.p of volunteers for the ex peditionary force; the firmness of those in control of the affairs of Aus tralia in providifig against panic, and unemploym'ent-and ctistress; the liberal response to the patriotic fund, and the atmunerous nmovemnents devised ýo help in the groat camlpaignl of Empire defenec -all are evidences of elements-that it is good to have brought out. 'I he varicus wolmens' uIndoriakings are not tihe le.:st important. Women of all classes are coming forward to help in the work that is essentially .wo men's work-that of providing for the comlort of tile troops, and for tihe care of the wounded. No: o..ly are bridge and crolquot parties to be neglected In order that their devotees may en...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

'Ihurnsday next, ratepuyers art re minded is polling day. In the Lilly dule shire. the hours of polliting are frontm 8 at.m. toll i p.m.n, and the polling 11laces are advertised in thii issue. The lhours of polling for the Upper Xram " hire are Irom 8 a.m, tilt 5 p lu, also. Mr G. A. 3Maxwell will " ddress the electors at 1c'ale-sville on 27th inst.. at 8 o'clock. * * * t. We have to h id a copy O f Bpt s srs 1'. 11. lrunning Ltd's" 11,l list of spraiy pumitps 1spray compemuili. andt other orchirdc requisites. The list does not codntain aill the liar thie firm cattlog :but is a ctll:l.,ioi of the best and most. popul ir nt ,'ns It might interest readers I i kIno that nne win be obtainIed post Ire on applicatton. In l iew of thie wat'r. the currnt number of "Life.'= which coutain, a sumunarv of t lie events leading up Io it. by li)r itchliet t. will Ii ' of speciat interest. This and iuany ar tieles ..stories. etc.. nmake the I'" ular umgizi ine excepltionally inlter esting aid inatt...

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BY-PRODUCT OF MAIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

BY-PRODUCT OF MAIZE. "Much atte?tion," an American journal reports, "hais recently been paid to a by-product of maize that promises an interesting future. This product is known as maize oil. When refined it, becomes a golden yellow fluid with a specific gravity of about 9.920. Maize oil has been refined for some tilme, and in the lower eastern Euro pean coui:tries, where animal fats are religiously prohibted, it is in demand as a food accessory. The yield of oil from thie maize grain is about 8 per cent. The genirm of this cerealcoin sists of a piotem, zein, which con tain, fromi 22 to 50 per cent. ofoil, according tp the varety of the grain 'How many the . farmer take ad vantage of this by-product ? It would be as imipracticable for him to attenmpt its manufacture, which requires the separation of the oil from the kernel oy hydraulic lpressure, as it would be for hunm to make starch, glucose and other derivatives from maize. The farmer will find his advantage in the enhaniced value...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

Municipal Notices,. - UPPER YARRA SHIRE WEST RIDING TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE WEST RIDING I desire to announce that I am again seeking RE-ELECTION, and respectfully solicit your, Vote and Interest. If elected, I will do all in my power in the best interests of the Riding, and the Shire generally. Polling Day, August 23rd. WM. McILROY. Shiro of Lillydale. TENDERS Tenders addressed to the Pre sident, of the Shire are invited for the undermentioned work, to be carried out under the provis ions of the Country Roads Act, 191'2.. No. 56-14. 85 cubic yards scr eenings Warburton and Monbulk roads. Tenders must be lodged at the Shire Hall, Lilydale, not later than 10 a.m. on Monday 24thinst. SpecifiCations may be seen at the Shire Hall Lilydale, and at the office of the Country Roads Board, Titles Office, Melbourne. Deposit, 5 per cent on amount of tender,. HAIMILTON SINCL]_R. TShire Sccretarv. Shire Hall, Lilydale, Aug. 12. Shire of Lillydalo * Tendei's addressed to the Presi dent of-the Shi...

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SCRATCHINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

SCRATCHINGS. The large 5000 egg incubatt ..,ado to the order of the South Australian Government, is to be installed at the Paratield Poultry Station about the end of Juno. The test recently has been a severe ono, as it was housed in an iron shed, where no reliable regu larity of temperature could be guaran teed. Some 400 eggs, which were sent by rail, were tried. Of these, about 50 were infertile, and some were bro ken during the test, whilst the hatch resulted in 220 fine, healthy chickens putting in an appearance, which is considered by the poultry expert to be satisfactory when tlhe conditions governing the test are taken into ac count. Give your fowls all the exorcise you can. Free range is the best exercise for the breedeors. Do not forget to advertiso if you haove good stock for sale. This is the time people buy. Do not forget a little charcoal; it helps to keep the birds in good health. When you are buying birds, just tell the poultrvyman the exact birds you require, and 'whl...

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MELBA TO GIVE CONCERT AT LILYDALE. IN AID OF OUR SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 21 August 1914

MELBA TO GIVE CONCERT AT LILYDALE IN AUl) h1" (Dull I O 1.l)l 'll'. Madame Melba has generously offered to g ve a concert in the Athenaeum Hall about the third week in September, the whole of the amount received from the sale of tickets to be devoted 1o the Lily dale District Patriotic Fund. Every thing in connection with the working of the concert is to be done gratuitously. A committee is being formed to carry out the arrangements. The box plan will be in the hands of Mr A. Stallwor thy, Main atreet, and the date of the opening of the booking will be announ ced in our next issue. Madame Melba has already announc ed her intention of taking four seats at £5 each, Mr C. J. Mitchell and others have also. notified their intentions of taking tickets at £2 10s each. Madame Melba hopes that those who can afford to do so will take seats at from one to two guineas and upwards. The minim um prices have been fixed at 10s 6d for reserved chairs, and a limited number of unreserved seats at 5s.<...

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